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MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST

BOEING 737
600/800
This Minimum Equipment List (MEL) is established by AIR ALGERIE Flight
Operations Department for B737-600/800 Aircrafts based on Boeing Master
Minimum Equipment List (MMEL).

AIR ALGERIE,
Direction des Oprations Ariennes
Aroport HOUARI BOUMEDIENE
Dar El Beida
Alger,
SITA: ALGOOAH
Tel & Fax : +213 21 50 93 11
E-mail : @airalgerie.
ATTN : Technical Documentation Service (DOA)
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

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Highlights of Change
Log of Temporary Revisions
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-- List of Effective Pages VI thru VII
-- Definitions VIII thru XII
-- Preamble XIII thru XIV
21 Air Conditioning 1 thru 19a
22 Auto Flight 1 thru 8
23 Communications 1 thru 11b
24 Electrical Power 1 thru 3
25 Equipment/Furnishings 1 thru 13a
26 Fire Protection 1 thru 7
27 Flight Controls 1 thru 6
28 Fuel 1 thru 10
29 Hydraulic Power 1 thru 3
30 Ice and Rain Protection 1 thru 7
31 Indicating/Recording Systems 1 thru 4
32 Landing Gear 1 thru 5
33 Lights 1 thru 8
34 Navigation 1 thru 16a
35 Oxygen 1 thru 2a
36 Pneumatic 1 thru 2a
38 Water/Waste 1,2
46 Information Systems 1
47 Inert Gas System 1
49 Airborne Auxiliary Power 1,2
52 Doors 1 thru 9a
73 Engine Fuel & Control 1,2
74 Ignition 1
75 Bleed Air 1
77 Engine Indicating 1,2
78 Engine Exhaust 1
79 Engine Oil 1
80 Engine Starting 1
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O N 47a 06/03/2005 All

N C 05/10/2005 All

NO 47b 10/11/2005 All


47c 04/01/2006 All
48 07/07/2006 All
49 06/10/2006 All
49a 01/02/2007 All
50 12/04/2007 All

I Thru V, 23-6, 33-3, 34-10, 34-11, 34-


50a 03/05/2007
12, 34-17, 34-18, 52-6
51 09/07/2007 I Thru V, 24-1, 34-5, 34-16
51a 18/07/2007 I Thru V, 24-1.
51b 21/09/2007 I Thru V, 25-4, 27-4, 27-5
51c 18/02/2008 I Thru V, 33-8, 33-9, 34-17
52 29/04/2008 All
I.II.VII.IX.X.ATA
53 01/08/2009 21.22.23.24.25.26.27.28.29.30.31.32.33
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I, II, VII, IX, X, 21-1 thru 21-6,
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21.25.26.33.34.47.52)
PI,PII,PIII,PIV,PV,PVI,PVII,PVIII,PIX,PX
PXI,PXII,P25-03,P25-10,P26-04,P26-
54a 12/05/2010
05,P26-11,P28-08,P28-09,P34-09,P34-
21,P49-02,P73-02.
21-1 thru 14a,
23-1 thru 23-10b,
25-1 thru 25-12a,
26-1 thru 26-7,
27-1 thru 27-8,
28-1 thru 28-17,
55 22/04/2011 31-1 thru 31-4,
32-1 thru 32-5,
33-1 thru 33-8,
34-1 thru 34-16a,
41-1,
78-1,
80-1
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O N 21-1 thru 21-19a

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23-1 thru 10b

O N 25-1 thru 13a

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28-1 thru 10
30-1 thru 30-7
32-1 thru 32-5
55a 13/02/2012 33-1 thru 33-8
34-1 thru 16a
38-2
46-1
47-1
49-1 thru 49-2
52-1 thru 52-9a
21-1 thru 21-19a
22-1 thru 22-8
23-1 thru 10b
24-1 thru 24-3
25-1 thru 13a
27-1 thru 27-6
28-1 thru 10
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19/11/2012 30-1 thru 30-7
31-1 thru 31-4
33-1 thru 33-8
34-1 thru 16a
35-1 thru 35-2a
46-1
52-1 thru 52-9a
21-1 thru 21-19a
22-1 thru 22-8
23-1 thru 11b
25-1 thru 13a
28-1 thru 10
30-1 thru 30-7
57 29/09/2014 31-1 thru 31-4
32-1 thru 32-5
33-1 thru 33-8
34-1 thru 16a
36-1 thru 36-2a
46-1
52-1 thru 52-9a
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Cabin Rate of Climb Indicator
4,6,7,8, Cabin Altitude Indicator
21- AIR CONDITIONING Revised wording
17 Cabin Differential Pressure Indicator
Pack Temperature Control Valves (-800)
22- AUTO FLIGHT - DAH not concerned
High Frequency (HF) system Operation procedure
23- COMMUNICATION 6, 7
Flight Deck Headsets Earphones Updated provision
24- ELECTRI. POWER - DAH not concerned

25- EQUIPMENT 5,5a,5b Non-Essential Equipment & Furnishings Item revised

26-FIRE PROTECTION - DAH not concerned


Auto Speed Brake System
27- FLIGHT CONTROL 2,3 SFP added
Flap Load Limiter System
28- FUEL - DAH not concerned

29- HYDRAULICS - DAH not concerned


30- ICE AND RAIN
5 Electrically Heated Windshields Added separate refief
PROTECTION
31- INDICATING
1 Flight Data Recorder System (FDR) Revised item numbering
RECORDING SYS
32- LANDING GEAR - DAH not concerned
Lower Cargo Compartment Light System
33- LIGHTS 3,4 Items revised
Landing Lights
34- NAVIGATION 6 ATC Transponders Items revised

35- OXYGEN - DAH not concerned

36- PNEUMATIC - DAH not concerned

46- Information Syst. - DAH not concerned

49- AIR AUX. POWER 1 APU Bleed Air Valve naming change

52- DOORS 5 Main Cabin Cargo Door Revised wording

73- ENGINE FUEL - DAH not concerned

74- ENGINE IGNITION - DAH not concerned

77- ENGINE INDICAT - DAH not concerned

78-ENGINE EXHAUST - DAH not concerned

79-ENGINE OIL 1 Oil Filter Bypass Warning Systems Revised item


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Definitions

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1. System Definitions.
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System numbers are based on the Air Transport Association (ATA) Specification and

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items are numbered sequentially.

N C a."Item" (Column 1) means the equipment, system, component, or function listed in


NO the "Item" column.
b. "Rectification interval" (Column 2) see definitions number 21.
c."Number Installed" (Column 3) is the number (quantity) of items normally installed
in the aircraft. This number represents the aircraft configuration considered in
developing this MEL. Should the number be a variable (e.g., passenger cabin items)
a number is not required and the -symbol is used.
d."Number Required for Dispatch" (Column 4) is the minimum number (quantity) of
items required for operation provided the conditions specified in Column 5 are met.
e. "Remarks or Exceptions" (Column 5) in this column includes a statement either
prohibiting or permitting operation with a specific number of items inoperative,
provisions (conditions and limitations) for such operation, and appropriate notes.
f. A vertical bar (change bar) in the margin indicates a change, addition or deletion
in the adjacent text for the current revision of that page only. The change bar is
dropped at the next revision of the MEL.
2. "Airplane Flight Manual" (AFM) is the document required for type certification and
approved by the responsible FAA Aircraft Certification Office. The FAA approved AFM
for the specific aircraft is listed on the applicable Type Certificate Data Sheet.
3. Each inoperative item must be placarded to inform and remind the crewmembers
and maintenance personnel of the equipment condition.

NOTE: To the extent practical, placards should be located adjacent to the control or
indicator for the item affected; however, unless otherwise specified, placard wording
and location will be determined by the operator of this manual.
5. "" symbol in Column 3 and/or Column 4 indicates a variable number (quantity) of
the item installed.
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6. "Deleted" in the remarks column after a sequence item indicates that the item was
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previously listed but is now required to be operative if installed in the aircraft.

O7.N"ER" refers to extended range operations of a two-engine airplane (ETOPS) which has
N C a type design approval for ER operations (ETOPS) and complies with the provisions of
NO Advisory Circular 120-42A.
8. "Flight Day" means a 24 hour period (from midnight to midnight) either Universal
Coordinated Time (UCT) or local time, as established by the operator, during which at least
one flight is initiated for the affected aircraft.
9. "Icing Conditions" means an atmospheric environment that may cause ice to form on the
aircraft (structural) or in the engine(s) (induction).
10. Alphabetical symbol in Column 5 indicates a proviso (condition or limitation) that must
be complied with for operation with the listed item inoperative.
11. "Inoperative" means a system and/or component malfunction to the extent that it does
not accomplish its intended purpose and/or is not consistently functioning normally within
its approved operating limit(s) or tolerance(s).
12. "Notes:" in Column 5 provides additional information for crewmember or maintenance
consideration. Notes are used to identify applicable material which is intended to assist
with compliance, but do not relieve the operator of the responsibility for compliance with all
applicable requirements. Notes are not a part of the provisos.
13. Inoperative components of an inoperative system:
Inoperative items which are components of a system which is inoperative are usually
considered components directly associated with and having no other function than to
support that system. (Warning/caution systems associated with the inoperative system
must be operative unless relief is specifically authorized per the MEL).
14. "(m)" symbol indicate a requirement for a specific maintenance procedure which must
be accomplished prior to operation with the listed item inoperative. Normally these
procedures are accomplished by maintenance personnel according to the AMM (Aircraft
Maintenance Procedures); however, other personnel may be qualified and authorized to
perform certain functions. Procedures requiring specialized knowledge or skill, or requiring
the use of tools or test equipment should be accomplished by maintenance personnel. The
satisfactory accomplishment of all maintenance procedures, regardless of who performs
them, is the responsibility of AIR ALGERIE. Appropriate procedures are required to be
published as part of the Operations Manual.
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15. "(o)" symbol indicate a requirement for a specific operations procedure which must
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be accomplished in planning for and/or operating with the listed item inoperative.
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Normally these procedures are accomplished by the flight crew; however, other
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personnel may be qualified and authorized to perform certain functions. The satisfactory
accomplishment of all procedures, regardless of who performs them, is the
NO responsibility of AIR ALGERIE. Appropriate procedures are required to be published as
a part of the Operations Manual.
16. "Deactivated" and "Secured" means that the specified component must be put into
an acceptable condition for safe flight.
17. "Visual Flight Rules" (VFR) is as defined in Regulations. This precludes a pilot from
filing an Instrument Flight Rules (IFR) flight plan.
18. "Visual Meteorological Conditions" (VMC) means the atmospheric environment is
such that would allow a flight to proceed under the visual flight rules applicable to the
flight. This does not preclude operating under Instrument Flight Rules.
19. "Visible Moisture" means an atmospheric environment containing water in any form
that can be seen in natural or artificial light; for example, clouds, fog, rain, sleet, hail, or
snow.
20. "Passenger Convenience Items" means those items related to passenger
convenience, comfort or entertainment such as, but not limited to, galley equipment,
movie equipment, ashtrays, stereo equipment, overhead reading lamps, etc.
21. Repair Intervals: All users of an MEL approved must effect repairs of inoperative
systems or components, deferred in accordance with the MEL, at or prior to the repair
times established by the following letter designators:
Category A: Items in this category shall be repaired within the time interval
specified in the remarks column of this approved MEL.
Category B: Items in this category shall be repaired within three (3) consecutive
calendar days (72 hours), excluding the day the malfunction was recorded in the
aircraft maintenance record/logbook. For example, if it were recorded at 10 a.m. on
January 26th, the three day interval would begin at midnight the 26th and end at
midnight the 29th.
Category C: Items in this category shall be repaired within ten (10) consecutive
calendar days (240 hours), excluding the day the malfunction was recorded in the
aircraft maintenance record/logbook. For example, if it were recorded at 10 a.m. on
January 26th, the 10 day interval would begin at midnight the 26th and end at
midnight February 5th.
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E E E Definitions
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O L D: Items in this category shall be repaired within one hundred and twenty
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N C inserted adjacent to Column 2.
NO 22. Electronic fault alerting system General New generation aircraft display system fault
indications to the flight crew by use of computerized display systems. Each aircraft
manufacturer has incorporated individual design philosophies in determining the data that
would be represented. The following is a definition specific to BOEING manufacturer in
order to help determine the level of messages affecting the aircraft's dispatch status.
BOEING airplanes equipped with Engine Indicating and Crew Alerting Systems (EICAS),
provide different priority levels of system messages (WARNING, CAUTION, ADVISORY,
STATUS and MAINTENANCE). Any messages that affect airplane dispatch status will be
displayed at a STATUS message level or higher. The absence of an EICAS STATUS or
higher level (WARNING, CAUTION, ADVISORY) indicates that the system/component is
operating within its approved operating limits or tolerances.
System conditions that result only in a maintenance level message, i.e. no correlation with a
higher level EICAS message, do not affect dispatch and do not require action other than as
addressed within an operators standard maintenance program.
23. "Administrative control item" means an item listed by the operator in the MEL for
tracking and informational purposes. It may be added to the MEL by approval of the
Principal Operations Inspector provided no relief is granted, or provided conditions and
limitations are contained in an approved document (i.e. Structural Repair Manual,
airworthiness directive, etc.). If relief other than that granted by an approved document is
sought for an administrative control item, a request must be submitted to the Administrator.
24. "Excess Items" means those items that have been installed that are redundant to the
requirements of Regulation.
25. "Day of Discovery" is the calendar day an equipment/instrument malfunction was
recorded in the aircraft maintenance log and or record. This day is excluded from the
calendar days or flight days specified in the MEL for the repair of an inoperative item of
equipment. This provision is applicable to all MEL items, i.e., categories "A, B, C, and D".
26. Considered Inoperative, as used in the provisos means that item must be treated for
dispatch, taxi and flight purposes as though it were inoperative. The item shall not be used
or operated until the original deferred item is repaired. Additional actions include:
documenting the item on the dispatch release (if applicable), placarding, and complying with
all remarks, exceptions, and related MEL provisions, including any (M) and (O) procedures
and observing the repair category.
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27. Is not used in the provisos, remarks or exceptions for an MEL item may specify
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that another item relieved in the MEL is not used. In such cases, crewmembers
should not activate, actuate, or otherwise utilize that component or system under normal
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operations. It is not necessary for the operators to accomplish the (M) procedures
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associated with the item. However, operational requirements must be complied with,
NO and an additional placard must be affixed, to the extent practical, adjacent to the control
or indicator for the item that is not used to inform crewmembers that a component or
system is not to be used under normal operations.
28. Nonessential equipment and furnishings (NEF) are those items installed on the
aircraft as part of the original certification, supplemental type certificate, or engineering
order that have no effect on the safe operation of flight and would not be required by the
applicable certification rules or operational rules. They are those items that if
inoperative, damaged or missing have no effect on the aircrafts ability to be operated
safely under all operational conditions. These nonessential items may be installed in
areas including, but not limited to, the passenger compartment, flight deck area, service
areas, cargo areas, crew rest areas, lavatories, and galley areas. NEF items are not
items already identified in the MEL or CDL of the applicable aircraft. They do not include
items that are functionally required to meet the certification rule or for compliance with
any operational rule. NEF process shall not provide for deferral of items within
serviceable limits identified in the manufactures maintenance manual or AIR ALGERIE
approved maintenance program such as wear limits, fuel/hydraulic leak rates, oil
consumption, etc.
29. Aircraft effectivity is mentioned on the bottom rectangular frame of each page.
30. Procedures non-existing in the DDG are established in the MEL, on the following
page of the item concerned.
31. CM1: Crew Member One (Captain)
32. CM2: Crew Member Two (First Officer)
33. SCCM: Supervisor Cabin Crew Member
34. CC: Cabin Crew.
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Preamble

P EE is applicable for authorized certificate holders operating under


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ROAviation Regulations: Regulations require that all equipment installed on an
CONational
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aircraft
N C operative. However, the Rules also permit the publication of a Minimum Equipment List
NO (MEL) where compliance with certain equipment requirements is not necessary in the
interests of safety under all operating conditions. Experience has shown that with the
various levels of redundancy designed into aircraft, operation of every system or installed
component may not be necessary when the remaining operative equipment can provide an
acceptable level of safety.
A Minimum Equipment List (MEL) is developed by AIR ALGERIE to improve aircraft
utilization and thereby provide more convenient and economic air transportation for the
public. MMEL is the basis for development of this MEL which takes into consideration the
operator's particular aircraft equipment configuration and operational conditions. Operator
MEL, for administrative control, may include items not contained in the MMEL; however,
relief for administrative control items must be approved by the Administrator. An operator's
MEL may differ in format from the MMEL, but cannot be less restrictive than the MMEL.
The individual operator's MEL, when approved and authorized, permits operation of the
aircraft with inoperative equipment.
Equipment not required by the operation being conducted and equipment in excess
of regulations requirements are included in the MEL with appropriate conditions and
limitations. The MEL must not deviate from the Aircraft Flight Manual Limitations,
Emergency Procedures or with Airworthiness Directives. It is important to remember that
all equipment related to the airworthiness and the operating regulations of the aircraft not
listed on the MEL must be operative.
Suitable conditions and limitations in the form of placards, maintenance procedures,
crew operating procedures and other restrictions as necessary are specified in the MEL to
ensure that an acceptable level of safety is maintained.
The MEL is intended to permit operation with inoperative items of equipment for a
period of time until repairs can be accomplished. It is important that repairs be
accomplished at the earliest opportunity. In order to maintain an acceptable level of safety
and reliability the MEL establishes limitations on the duration of and conditions for
operation with inoperative equipment. The MEL provides for release of the aircraft for flight
with inoperative equipment. When an item of equipment is discovered to be inoperative, it
is reported by making an entry in the Aircraft Maintenance Record/Logbook as prescribed
by regulations. The item is then either repaired or may be deferred per the MEL or other
approved means acceptable to the Administrator prior to further operation. MEL conditions
and limitations do not relieve the operator from determining that the aircraft is in condition
for safe operation with items of equipment inoperative.
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When these requirements are met, an Airworthiness Release, Aircraft Maintenance

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ensure that an acceptable level of safety is maintained. When operating with multiple

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inoperative items, the interrelationships between those items and the effect on aircraft
N operation and crew workload will be considered.
BASIC AREA NAVIGATION (B-RNAV)
B-RNAV requires an aircraft to meet a horizontal track keeping accuracy of 5 NM or
better from its planned position for 95% of its flight time RNP 5. This MEL includes
equipment necessary for this operation. Any deficiency will require notification of
navigation equipment degradation to ATC prior to dispatch.
WHEN USING THE MEL, COMPLIANCE WITH THE STATED INTENT OF THE
PREAMBLE, DEFINITIONS, AND THE CONDITIONS AND LIMITATIONS SPECIFIED IN
THE MEL IS REQUIRED.
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NUMBERS 3. NUMBER INSTALLED
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1. Air Conditioning Packs

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Configuration (All
Models)
a) (-600/-800) Without C 2 1 (o) One may be inoperative provided flight
PATS Auxiliary Fuel altitude remains at or below FL250.
Tanks
b) Reserved
c) Reserved
d) Reserved

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Models) (Cont')
e) Reserved
f) (-600/ -800) C 2 0 (o) (m) Both may be inoperative provided:
a) Flight is conducted in an
unpressurized configuration,
b) Recirculation fan(s) operates
normally,
c) Both E/E equipment cooling exhaust
fans operate normally,
d) Ensure lower cargo compartments
remain empty or is verified to contain
only empty cargo handling
equipment, ballast (ballast may be
loaded in ULDs), and/or Fly Away
Kits.
Note: For the Fly Away Kits refer to note
de service lot de bord, Manex Part B
Chapter 7.

g) Reserved

2) Reserved
3) Reserved
4) Reserved
5) Reserved

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2. Pack Air Flow/Shut-off C 2 0 (o)(m) May be inoperative deactivated Closed.

NO 1) High Flow Mode C 2 0


(-600/-800)
2) APU High Flow Mode C 2 0

3. Pack Trip Warning C 2 0 (o) (m) May be inoperative provided associated


Systems pack is not used.
4. Reserved

5. Pack Ram Air Systems C 2 0 (o)(m) May be inoperative in FLIGHT OPEN


position provided:
a) Operations are not conducted on
runways covered with slush, or
on gravel runways, and
b) Associated pack is not operated
during takeoff or landing on wet
runways or runways with
standing water.
1) Reserved

6. Reserved

7. RAM DOOR FULL C 2 0


OPEN Indicating Lights
8. Air Mix Valves (-600) C 2 0 (o)(m) May be inoperative provided associated
pack is not used.
9. Air Mix Valve Position C 2 0
Indicators (-600)

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Indicator

2) Digital Control System C 1 0 May be inoperative provided AUTO and


ALTN control modes operate normally.
a) Reserved
b) (-600/-800 prior to C 1 0 (o) (m) May be inoperative provided :
incorporation of a) Flight is conducted in an
Boeing Service unpressurized configuration,
Bulletins 737-26- b) Outflow valve is positioned to 25%
1121 and 737-26- open position, and
1122, and either 737- c) Recirculation fan(s) operates
21-1135, or 737-21- normally.
1163 or their
production equivalent
7T-VJM/JN)

c) (-600/-800 upon to C 1 0 (o) (m) May be inoperative provided :


incorporation of a) Flight is conducted in an
Boeing Service unpressurized configuration,
Bulletins 737-26- b) Ensure lower cargo compartments
1121 and 737-26- remain empty, or is verified to
1122, and either 737- contain only empty cargo handling
21-1135, or 737-21- equipment, ballast (ballast may be
1163 or their loaded in ULDs), and/or Fly Away
production Kits.
equivalents 7T- c) Outflow valve is positioned to 25%
VJJ/JK/JL/JO/JP/ open position, and
JQ/JR/JS/JT/JU/KA/ d) Recirculation fan(s) operates
KB/KC/KD/KE/KF/KG normally.
/KH/KI/KJ/KK/KL/KM/ Note: For the Fly Away Kits refer to note
KN/KO/KP/KQ/KR) de service lot de bord, Manex Part B
Chapter 7.

d) Reserved

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MSL.
1) High Altitude Warning C 1 0 May be inoperative provided procedures
System do not require its use.
Note: Provided cabin altitude light
operate normally
2) CABIN ALTITUDE Light

a) Reserved

b) Reserved

c) (-600/-800 upon C 2 1 (O) May be inoperative provided


incorporation of associated TAKEOFF CONFIG
Boeing Service warning light operates normally and
Bulletins 737- flight crew performs a briefing on cabin
31A1332, or altitude warning indications and
production equivalent procedures before engine start for the
7T-VKD/KE/KF/ first flight of the day or following any
KG/KH/KI/KJ/KK/ change of either flight crew member.
KL/KM/KN/KO/KP/
KQ/KR)
12. Cabin Altitude Indicator
1) Reserved

2) Digital Control System C 1 0 May be inoperative provided:


a) Cabin differential pressure
indicator operates normally, and
b) A chart is provided to crew to
convert differential pressure to
cabin altitude.
a) Reserved

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12. CabinNAltitude Indicator
2)C O Control System
N (Contd)
Digital

N O
b) (-600/-800 prior to C 1 0 (o) (m) May be inoperative provided :
incorporation of Boeing a) Flight is conducted in an
Service Bulletins 737- unpressurized configuration,
26-1121 and 737-26- b) Outflow valve is positioned to 25%
1122, and either 737- open position, and
21-1135, or 737-21- c) Recirculation fan(s) operates
1163 or their production normally.
equivalent 7T-VJM/JN)

c) (-600/-800 upon C 1 0 (o) (m) May be inoperative provided :


incorporation of Boeing a) Flight is conducted in an
Service Bulletins 737- unpressurized configuration,
26-1121 and 737-26- b) Ensure lower cargo compartments
1122, and either 737- remain empty, or is verified to
21-1135, or 737-21- contain only empty cargo handling
1163 or their equipment, ballast (ballast may be
production equivalent loaded in ULDs), and/or Fly Away
7T-VJJ/JK/JL/JO/JP/ Kits.
JQ/JR/JS/JT/JU/KA/KB c) Outflow valve is positioned to 25%
/KC/KD/KE/KF/KG/KH/ open position, and
KI/KJ/KK/KL/KM/KN/ d) Recirculation fan(s) operates
KO/KP/KQ/KR) normally.
Note: For the Fly Away Kits refer to note
de service lot de bord, Manex Part B
Chapter 7.

d) Reserved

13. Cabin Differential


Pressure Indicator
1) Reserved
2) Digital Control System C 1 0 May be inoperative provided:
a) Cabin altitude indicator operates
normally, and
b) A chart is provided to crew to
convert cabin altitude to differential
pressure.

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13. N T
O
Cabin Differential

NC
Pressure Indicator

NO 2) Digital Control System


(Contd)
a) Reserved
b) (-600/-800 prior to C 1 0 (o)(m) May be inoperative provided:
incorporation of a) Flight is conducted in an
Boeing Service unpressurized configuration,
Bulletins 737-26- b) Outflow valve is positioned to 25%
1121 and 737-26- open position, and
1122, and either 737- c) Recirculation fan(s) operates
21-1135, or 737-21- normally.
1163 or their
production equivalent
7T-VJM/JN)

c) (-600/-800 upon C 1 0 (o)(m) May be inoperative provided :


incorporation of a) Flight is conducted in unpressurized
Boeing Service configuration,
Bulletins 737-26- b) Ensure lower cargo compartments
1121 and 737-26- remain empty, or is verified to
1122, and either 737- contain only empty cargo handling
21-1135, or 737-21- equipment, ballast (ballast may be
1163 or their loaded in ULDs), and/or Fly Away
production equivalent Kits.
7T-VJJ/JK/JL/JO/JP/ c) Outflow valve is positioned to 25%
JQ/JR/JS/JT/JU/KA/ open position, and
KB/KC/KD/KE/KF/KG d) Recirculation fan(s) operates
/KH/KI/KJ/KK/KL/KM/ normally.
KN/KO/KP/KQ/KR) Note: For the Fly Away Kits refer to note
de service lot de bord, Manex Part B
Chapter 7.

d) Reserved

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14. CabinNPressure Control
C O
O N1) Reserved
System
N 2) Reserved
3) Digital Control System C 2 1 (o) (m) One may be inoperative provided:
Automatic Modes a) Manual mode operates normally,
b) Inoperative controller is
deactivated.

a) Reserved
b) (-600/-800 prior to C 2 0 (o) (m) May be inoperative for unpressurized
incorporation of flight provided:
Boeing Service a) Outflow valve is deactivated in
Bulletins 737-26- 25% open position or removed,
1121 and 737-26- b) Recirculation fan(s) operates
1122, and either 737- normally,
21-1135, or 737-21- c) Extended overwater flight is
1163 or their prohibited.
production equivalent
7T-VJM/JN)

c) (-600/-800 upon C 2 0 (o) (m) May be inoperative for unpressurized


incorporation of flight provided:
Boeing Service a) Ensure lower cargo compartments
Bulletins 737-26- remain empty, or is verified to
1121 and 737-26- contain only empty cargo handling
1122, and either 737- equipment, ballast (ballast may be
21-1135, or 737-21- loaded in ULDs), and/or Fly Away
1163 or their Kits.
production equivalent b) Outflow valve is deactivated in 25%
7T-VJJ/JK/JL/JO/JP/ open position or removed,
JQ/JR/JS/JT/JU/KA/ c) Recirculation fan(s) operates
KB/KC/KD/KE/KF/KG normally.
/KH/KI/KJ/KK/KL/KM/ d) Extended overwater flight is
KN/KO/KP/KQ/KR) prohibited.
Note: For the Fly Away Kits refer to note
de service lot de bord, Manex Part B
Chapter 7.

d) Reserved
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14. N
T
C OCabin Pressure Control
N System (Contd)
NO 4) Digital Control System
Manual Modes
a) Reserved
b) (-600/-800 all C 1 0 (o)(m) May be inoperative for unpressurized
passenger flight provided:
configuration prior to a) Outflow valve deactivated to 25%
incorporation of open position,
Boeing Service b) Recirculation fan(s) operates
Bulletins 737-26- normally, and
1121 and 737-26- c) Extended overwater flight is
1122, and either 737- prohibited.
21-1135, or 737-21-
1163 or their
production equivalent
7T-VJM/JN)

c) (-600/-800 all C 1 0 (o) (m) May be inoperative for unpressurized


passenger flight provided :
configuration upon a) Ensure lower cargo compartments
incorporation of remain empty, or is verified to
Boeing Service contain only empty cargo handling
Bulletins 737-26- equipment, ballast (ballast may be
1121 and 737-26- loaded in ULDs), and/or Fly Away
1122, and either 737- Kits.
21-1135, or 737-21- b) Outflow valve is deactivated in 25%
1163 or their open position or removed,
production equivalent c) Recirculation fan(s) operates
7T-VJJ/JK/JL/JO/JP/ normally.
JQ/JR/JS/JT/JU/KA/ d) Extended overwater flight is
KB/KC/KD/KE/KF/KG prohibited.
/KH/KI/KJ/KK/KL/KM/ Note: For the Fly Away Kits refer to note
KN/KO/KP/KQ/KR) de service lot de bord, Manex Part B
Chapter 7.

d) Reserved

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O N
C
15. Main Outflow Valve
N1) Reserved
N O
2) Digital Control System
Outflow Valve
Automatic Mode
Actuators
a) Reserved
b) (-600/-800) C 2 1 One may be inoperative provided
manual mode actuator operates
normally.
c) (-600/-800 prior to C 2 0 (o) (m) May be inoperative for unpressurized
incorporation of flight provided:
Boeing Service a) Outflow valve is deactivated in
Bulletins 737-26- 25% open position or removed,
1121 and 737-26- b) Recirculation fan(s) operate
1122, and either 737- normally, and
21-1135, or 737-21- c) Extended overwater flight is
1163 or their prohibited.
production equivalent
7T-VJM/JN)

d) (-600/-800 upon C 2 0 (o) (m) May be inoperative for unpressurized


incorporation of flight provided :
Boeing Service a) Ensure lower cargo compartments
Bulletins 737-26- remain empty, or is verified to
1121 and 737-26- contain only empty cargo handling
1122, and either 737- equipment, ballast (ballast may be
21-1135, or 737-21- loaded in ULDs), and/or Fly Away
1163 or their Kits.
production equivalent b) Outflow valve is deactivated in 25%
7T-VJJ/JK/JL/JO/JP/ open position or removed,
JQ/JR/JS/JT/JU/KA/ c) Recirculation fan(s) operates
KB/KC/KD/KE/KF/KG normally.
/KH/KI/KJ/KK/KL/KM/ d) Extended overwater flight is
KN/KO/KP/KQ/KR) prohibited.
Note: For the Fly Away Kits refer to note
de service lot de bord, Manex Part B
Chapter 7.

e) Reserved

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N T
C O
15. Main Outflow Valve
N
NO
(Contd)
3) Digital Control System
Outflow Valve Manual
Mode Actuator
a) Reserved

b) (-600/-800 prior to C 1 0 (o)(m) May be inoperative for unpressurized


incorporation of flight provided:
Boeing Service a) Outflow valve deactivated to 25%
Bulletins 737-26- open position or removed,
1121 and 737-26- b) Recirculation fan(s) operate
1122, and either 737- normally, and
21-1135, or 737-21- c) Extended overwater flight is
1163 or their prohibited.
production equivalent
7T-VJM/JN)

c) (-600/-800 upon C 1 0 (o) (m) May be inoperative for unpressurized


incorporation of flight provided :
Boeing Service a) Ensure lower cargo compartments
Bulletins 737-26- remain empty, or is verified to
1121 and 737-26- contain only empty cargo handling
1122, and either 737- equipment, ballast (ballast may be
21-1135, or 737-21- loaded in ULDs), and/or Fly Away
1163 or their Kits.
production equivalent b) Outflow valve is deactivated in 25%
7T-VJJ/JK/JL/JO/JP/ open position or removed,
JQ/JR/JS/JT/JU/KA/ c) Recirculation fan(s) operates
KB/KC/KD/KE/KF/KG normally.
/KH/KI/KJ/KK/KL/KM/ d) Extended overwater flight is
KN/KO/KP/KQ/KR)) prohibited.
Note: For the Fly Away Kits refer to note
de service lot de bord, Manex Part B
Chapter 7.

d) Reserved

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O N Relief Valves
C
16. Pressure
N
NO 1) Reserved
2) Digital Control System C 2 1 (m) One may be inoperative closed for
pressurized flight.
a) Reserved
b) (-600/-800 prior to C 2 0 (o) (m) May be inoperative provided:
incorporation of a) Flight is conducted in an
Boeing Service unpressurized configuration,
Bulletins 737-26- b) Outflow valve is positioned to 25%
1121 and 737-26- open position, and
1122, and either 737- c) Recirculation fan(s) operate
21-1135, or 737-21- normally,
1163 or their
production equivalent
7T-VJM/JN)

c) (-600/-800 upon C 2 0 (o) (m) May be inoperative provided :


incorporation of a) Flight is conducted in unpressurized
Boeing Service configuration,
Bulletins 737-26- b) Ensure lower cargo compartments
1121 and 737-26- remain empty, or is verified to
1122, and either 737- contain only empty cargo handling
21-1135, or 737-21- equipment, ballast (ballast may be
1163 or their loaded in ULDs), and/or Fly Away
production equivalent Kits.
7T-VJJ/JK/JL/JO/JP/ c) Outflow valve is positioned to 25%
JQ/JR/JS/JT/JU/KA/ open position, and
KB/KC/KD/KE/KF/KG d) Recirculation fan(s) operates
/KH/KI/KJ/KK/KL/KM/ normally.
KN/KO/KP/KQ/KR) Note: For the Fly Away Kits refer to note
de service lot de bord, Manex Part B
Chapter 7.

d) Reserved

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N T
C O
17. Temperature Indicators
N
NO 1) Supply Duct (-600) C 1 0 May be inoperative provided both duct
overheat warning systems operate
normally.
2) Supply Duct (-800) C 3 0 May be inoperative provided associated
ZONE TEMP light operates normally.
3) Pass Cabin C 1 0

4) Pack (-800) C 2 0
18. Duct Overheat Warning
Lights
1) DUCT OVERHEAT C 2 0 May be inoperative provided supply duct
(-600) temperature indicators operate normally
2) ZONE TEMP (-800) C 3 0 May be inoperative provided associated
supply duct temperature indicator
operates normally.
19. Passenger Cabin
Temperature Control
Systems
1) Automatic/ Manual C 2 1
Controls (-600)
C 2 1 (o) May be inoperative provided right pack
is not used.
2) FWD/AFT
a) (-800) C 2 0 (o) May be dispatched with faults indicated
by ZONE TEMP Light(s) during Master
Caution recall provided associated
temperature control system is checked to
operate normally before each takeoff.
b) (-800 ) C 2 0 (o) (m) May be inoperative provided Trim Air
Pressure Regulating and Shutoff Valve
remains CLOSED.
C 2 0 (o) (m) May be inoperative provided associated
Trim Air Modulating Valve is deactivated
CLOSED.
c) Reserved

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O NTemperature
N C
20. Cabin Incorporated into item 21-17 Revision

NO21. Flight Deck


Indicator 34a.

Temperature Control
Systems
1) Automatic / Manual C 2 1
Controls (-600)
C 2 0 (o) May be inoperative provided left pack is
not used.
2) Primary/Back-up Modes
a) (-800) C 2 1 (o) One may be inoperative provided
remaining temperature control is verified
to operate normally.
b) (-800) C 2 0 (o) (m) May be inoperative provided Trim Air
Pressure Regulating and Shutoff Valve
remains CLOSED.
C 2 0 (o) (m) May be inoperative provided associated
Trim Air Modulating Valve is deactivated
CLOSED.
c) Reserved
22. Reserved

23. Reserved

24. Gasper Fan (-600) D 1 0

25. Water Separator Anti- C 2 0 (o) (m) May be inoperative provided associated
Icing Systems (-600) pack is not used.

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C21- T
NPreconditioned Air
O
26. Ground C 1 0 May be inoperative closed.

N C Connection Check
NO Valve
1) Reserved

2) Digital Control System


a) Reserved
b) (-600/-800 prior to C 1 0 (o)(m) May be inoperative provided:
incorporation of a) Flight is conducted in an
Boeing Service unpressurized configuration,
Bulletins 737-26- b) Outflow valve is positioned to 25%
1121 and 737-26- open position, and
1122, and either 737- c) Recirculation fan(s) operates
21-1135, or 737-21- normally.
1163 or their
production equivalent
7T-VJM/JN)

c) (-600/-800 upon C 1 0 (o)(m) May be inoperative provided :


incorporation of a) Flight is conducted in
Boeing Service unpressurized configuration,
Bulletins 737-26- b) Ensure lower cargo compartments
1121 and 737-26- remain empty, or is verified to
1122, and either 737- contain only empty cargo handling
21-1135, or 737-21- equipment, ballast (ballast may be
1163 or their loaded in ULDs), and/or Fly Away
production equivalent Kits.
7T-VJJ/JK/JL/JO/JP/ c) Outflow valve is positioned to 25%
JQ/JR/JS/JT/JU/KA/ open position, and
KB/KC/KD/KE/KF/KG d) Recirculation fan(s) operates
/KH/KI/KJ/KK/KL/KM/ normally.
KN/KO/KP/KQ/KR) Note: For the Fly Away Kits refer to
note de service lot de bord, Manex
Part B, Chapter 7.

d) Reserved

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O N
27. Electrical/Electronic

N CBlowers Cooling
Equipment

NO 1) Reserved
2) Reserved
3) CDS B 4 3 (m) One fan may be inoperative provided:
a) All remaining fans are verified to
operate normally, and
b) Both low flow detectors are verified
to operate normally.
28. Reserved
29. Reserved
30. Reserved
31. Recirculation Fan(s)
1) Reserved
2) Reserved
3) (-600) C 1 0 May be inoperative provided:
a) Left pack is operating when OAT is
above 100 degrees F (38 degrees
C),
b) Flight is conducted pressurized, and
c) Both packs operate normally.
4) (-800) C 2 1 Left fan may be inoperative provided left
pack is operating when OAT is above
100 degrees F (38 degrees C).
C 2 1 Right fan may be inoperative provided:
a) Left pack is operating when OAT is
above 100 degrees F (38degrees C),
and
b) Flight is conducted pressurized.
C 2 0 May be inoperative provided:
a) OAT remains below 100 degrees F
(38 degrees C), and
b) Flight is conducted pressurized.
a) Reserved
b) Reserved
5) Rerseved
32. Pack Temperature C 4 2 (o) One system (primary or standby) on
Control System(s) each pack may be inoperative provided
(Electronic Pack/ remaining system on associated pack is
Zone Controller)(-800) checked to operate normally.

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N T
O
N C 33. Pack Temperature C 2 0 (o) May be inoperative closed provided
NO Control Valves (-800) associated Standby Pack Temperature
Control Valve(s) is verified to operate
normally.
C 2 0 (o)(m) May be inoperative provided:
a) Associated Temperature Control
Valve is deactivated closed, and
b) Associated Standby Pack
Temperature Control Valve(s) is
verified to operate normally.
C 2 0 (o)(m) May be inoperative provided associated
pack is not used.
34. Standby Pack C 2 0 (o) May be inoperative provided associated
Temperature Control Pack Temperature Control Valve(s) is
Valves (-800) checked to operate normally.
C 2 0 (o) (m) May be inoperative provided associated
pack is not used.
35. Trim Air Pressure
Regulating and
Shutoff Valve
1) (-800) C 1 0 (m) May be inoperative secured closed.
2) Reserved
36. Trim Air Modulating
Valves
1) (-800) C 3 0 (m) May be inoperative closed.
C 3 0 (o) May be inoperative in any position
provided Trim Air Pressure Regulating
and Shutoff Valve remains closed.
2) Reserved
37. Reserved
38. Outflow Valve C 1 0 (o) (m) May be inoperative provided valve is
Position Indicator verified to be operating normally.
39. Trim Air Check
Valves
1) (-800) C 2 1 (m) One may be inoperative provided
associated valve is deactivated closed.

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O N
40. Equipment Cooling

N C
Automatic Flow

NO Overboard Exhaust
Control Valve/

Valve
1) Reserved
2) Digital Control System
a) Reserved
b) (-600/-800 prior to C 1 0 (o) (m) May be inoperative in open position
incorporation of provided:
Boeing Service a) Flight is conducted in an
Bulletins 737-26- unpressurized configuration,
1121 and 737-26- b) Outflow valve is positioned to 25%
1122, and either 737- open position, and
21-1135, or 737-21- c) Recirculation fan(s) operate normally
1163 or their
production equivalent
7T-VJM/JN)

c) (-600/-800 upon C 1 0 (o) (m) May be inoperative in open position


incorporation of provided :
Boeing Service a) Flight is conducted in unpressurized
Bulletins 737-26- configuration,
1121 and 737-26- b) Ensure lower cargo compartments
1122, and either 737- remain empty, or is verified to
21-1135, or 737-21- contain only empty cargo handling
1163 or their equipment, ballast (ballast may be
production equivalent loaded in ULDs), and/or Fly Away
7T-VJJ/JK/JL/JO/JP/ Kits.
JQ/JR/JS/JT/JU/KA/ c) Outflow valve is positioned to 25%
KB/KC/KD/KE/KF/KG open position, and
/KH/KI/KJ/KK/KL/KM/ d) Recirculation fan(s) operates
KN/KO/KP/KQ/KR) normally.
Note: For the Fly Away Kits refer to note
de service lot de bord, Manex Part B
Chapter 7.

d) Reserved
e) (-600/-800) C 1 0 (o) (m) May be inoperative provided:
a) Actuator is verified to be in smoke
position, and
b) Both packs operate normally.
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41. N T Area Heater
O Systems
Door
C
N 1) Reserved
NO 2) Entry Door Area and D 4 0 (m) May be inoperative deactivated.
Overwing Emergency
Exit Hatch Area Heater
Systems
3) Reserved
4) Reserved
42. Equipment Cooling B 2 1 (o) (m) One may be inoperative provided
Low Flow Detector associated fans (supply or exhaust) are
Systems verified to operate normally.

43. Equipment Cooling Air C 1 0 (m) Equipment Cooling System may be


Filter operated with filter removed.

44. Fan Bypass Check C 2 0 May be inoperative open/missing


Valves provided airport ambient temperature
remains below 80 degrees F
(27 degrees C)
C 2 0 May be inoperative open/missing for an
associated inoperative pack.
D 2 1 One may be inoperative open/missing
provided pack associated with remaining
fan bypass check valve operates
normally.
45. Reserved
46. Reserved
47. Reserved
48. Reserved
49. Return Air Grille C 3 2 (m) One may be broken or missing provided:
a) Broken or missing grille is located
within a designated area as defined
by Boeing, and
b) Grille is removed and replaced
with a blanking plate.
50. Flight Deck Foot and C 4 0 May be inoperative provided flight deck
shoulder Heater temperature is acceptable to flight crew.
System
51. Reserved
52. Reserved
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Minimum Equipment List

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ITEM

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5. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS
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CO CONDITIONING
TRHeater
21- AIR
41. DoorN
O
Area
C
Systems
N1) Reserved
O
N 2) Entry Door Area and D 4 0 (m) May be inoperative deactivated.
Overwing Emergency
Exit Hatch Area Heater
Systems
3) Reserved
4) Reserved
42. Equipment Cooling B 2 1 (o) (m) One may be inoperative provided
Low Flow Detector associated fans (supply or exhaust) are
Systems verified to operate normally.
43. Equipment Cooling Air C 1 0 (m) Equipment Cooling System may be
Filter operated with filter removed.
44. Fan Bypass Check C 2 0 May be inoperative open/missing
Valves provided airport ambient temperature
remains below 80 degrees F
(27 degrees C).
C 2 0 May be inoperative open/missing for an
associated inoperative pack.
D 2 1 One may be inoperative open/missing
provided pack associated with remaining
fan bypass check valve operates
normally.
45. Reserved
46. Reserved
47. Reserved
48. Reserved
49. Return Air Grille C 2 1 (m) One may be broken or missing provided:
a) Broken or missing grille is located
within a designated area as defined
by Boeing, and
b) Grille is removed and replaced
with a blanking plate.
50. Flight Deck Foot and C 4 0 May be inoperative provided flight deck
shoulder Heater temperature is acceptable to flight crew.
System
51. Pack Supply air D 2 0 (m) May be inoperative provided associated
Cleaner System air cleaner purge valve is deactivated
closed.
52. Reserved
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C22-
N T FLIGHT
AUTO
O
C 1. Autopilot Systems
O N C 2 1 Maybe inoperative provided approach
N minimums do not require its use.
B 2 0 May be inoperative provided:
a) Approach minimums do not
require their use,
b) Enroute operations do not require
autopilot use, and
c) Number of flight segments and
segment duration is acceptable to
flight crew.
Note 1:
Operators should make every effort to
repair to autopilot early in repair interval,
as provided by this relief statement, in
consideration of such factors as
weather, traffic density, and effect of
other inoperative systems.
Note 2:
Any mode which functions normally may
be used. If CWS is inoperative, do not
use other modes (pitch or roll).
Note 3:
CAT 2 & 3A approaches require both
A/P to be operative in APP mode. Only
one (01) A/P is required for CAT 1
approaches.
Note 4:
One (01) autopilot and/or flight director
is required for PRNAV operations (pilot
flying).

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22-CAUTONTFLIGHT
O
N1.C
O (Contd)
Autopilot Systems
N
1) Control Wheel C 2 1 One may be inoperative provided:
Autopilot Disconnect a) Autopilot is not used below 1500
Switches feet AGL, and,
b) Approach minimums do not require
use of the autopilot.
B 2 0 May be inoperative provided autopilot is
not used.
Note:
CAT 2 & 3A approaches require both
A/P Disconnect switches to be
operative. Only one (01) is required for
CAT 1 approaches.

2) Autopilot Disengage C 1 0
Bar

2. Autopilot Disengaged
Warning System
1) Lights C 2 1 One may be inoperative when autopilot
is used in any axis.
B 2 0 (o) May be inoperative provided autopilots
are not used.
Note:
CAT 2 & 3A approaches require A/P
Disengage lights to be operative. Only
one (01) light is required for CAT 1
approaches
2) Aural Warning C 1 0 May be inoperative provided approach
minimums do not require its use.
Note:
CAT 1, 2 & 3A approaches require the
A/P aural warning to be operative.

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C22-
N T FLIGHT
AUTO
O
C 3. Yaw Damper
O N
N 1) Reserved
2) (-600/-800) C 1 0 (o) May be inoperative provided yaw
damper switch remains OFF.
3) Yaw Damper C 1 0
Indicator

4. Autothrottle System C 1 0 May be inoperative provided approach


minimums do not require its use.

5. Mach Trim Systems C 1 0 (m) (o) May be inoperative provided:


a) AFM limitations are observed, and
b) Mach trim actuator is verified to be
in null/uncommanded elevator
position.
1) (-600/-800) C 2 1 (m) One may be inoperative deactivated
provided:
a) Remaining Mach trim system is
verified to operate normally, and
b) Mach trim fail light operates
normally.

6. Reserved

7. Reserved
8. Autothrottle C 2 1 One may be inoperative when
Disengage Lights autothrottle is used provided approach
minimums do not require their use.

C 2 0 May be inoperative provided autothrottle


is not used.

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22-CAUTONTFLIGHT
O
N9.C
O System (-600/-800)
Speed Trim Fail Light C 1 0 (m) May be inoperative provided speed trim
N system is verified to operate normally.

10. Speed Trim System C 2 1 (m) One may be inoperative deactivated


(-600/-800) provided:
a) Remaining speed trim system is
verified to operate normally, and
b) Speed trim fail light operates
normally.

11. STAB OUT OF TRIM B 1 0 (o) May be inoperative provided autopilots


Light are not used.

12. Reserved
13. Reserved
14. Mode Control Panel
Selectors (-600/-800)
1) V/S Selector C 1 0 May be inoperative provided procedures
(DOWN, UP) do not require its use.
Note: CWS function operate normally
and must be used
2) Bank Angle C 1 0
Selector (10, 15,
20, 25, 30)

15. Mode Control Panel


Switches/Paddles
(-600/-800)
1) A/P CWS Engage C 2 0
Switches
2) A/P CMD Engage C 2 1 Maybe inoperative provided approach
Switches minimums do not require its use.
B 2 0 (o) May be inoperative provided autopilots
are not used.
Note :
No RVSM operations permitted.

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C AUTO
22-
N TR FLIGHT
C O15. Mode Control Panel
N
NO
Switches/Paddles
(-600/-800) (Contd)
3) Autothrottle Arm C 1 0 May be inoperative provided approach
Switch minimums do not require autothrottle
use.
Note:
The autothrottle system is not required
for CAT 1, 2 & 3A approaches.
4) A/T SPEED Switch C 1 0 May be inoperative provided approach
minimums do not require autothrottle
use.
Note:
The autothrottle system is not required
for CAT 1, 2 & 3A approaches.
5) F/D Switches C 2 0 May be inoperative provided approach
minimums do not require flight director
use.
Note 1:
CAT 2 & 3A approaches require both
F/D switches to be operative. For CAT 1
approaches, only the F/D on the pilot
flying side is required.
Note 2:
One autopilot and/or flight director is
required for P-RNAV operations (pilot
flying).
6) IAS/MACH Change C 1 0
Over Switch
7) APP Switch C 1 0 May be inoperative provided approach
minimums do not require autopilot or
flight director use.
Note:
CAT 2 & 3A approaches require both A/P
to be operative in APP mode. Only one
(01) is required for CAT 1 approaches.
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22-C OP FLIGHT
ROL
NT
AUTO
O
CMode Control Panel
N15.
NO Switches/Paddles
(-600/-800) (Contd)
8) EPR/N1, LNAV, C 10 0 May be inoperative provided Enroute
VNAV, LVL operations do not require their use.
CHG,V/S, HDG Note1:
SEL, ALT HOLD, LNAV mode is required for P-RNAV
and VOR/LOC operations.
Switches
Note2:
One (01) altitude alert system is
required to be operative for RVSM
operations (A/P with ALT HOLD).
9) SPD INTV, PDC C 3 0
and ALT INTV
Switches
16. Mode Control Panel
Windows
1) Vertical Speed C 1 0 May be inoperative provided procedures
(VERT SPEED) do not require its use.
Note: VERT SPPED indication on PFD
Must operate.
2) (EFIS/PFD/ND)
(-600/-800)
a) Airspeed C 1 0 May be inoperative and associated
(IAS/MACH) selector used provided selected airspeed
indications operate normally.
b) Heading C 1 0 May be inoperative and associated
(HEADING) selector used provided selected heading
indications operate normally.
c) Reserved

d) Vertical Speed C 1 0 May be inoperative and associated


(VERT SPEED) selector used provided selected vertical
(-600/-800) speed indications operate normally.
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C AUTO
22-
N TR FLIGHT
C O16. Mode Control Panel
N
NO
Windows (Contd)
2) (EFIS/PFD/ND)
(-600/-800) (Contd)
e) Altitude C 1 0 May be inoperative and associated
(ALTITUDE) selector used provided selected altitude
(-600/-800) indications operate normally.
f) Course C 2 0 May be inoperative and associated
(COURSE) selector used provided selected course
indications operate normally.
g) Window Lighting B 1 0 May be inoperative provided:
a) Selected airspeed indications
operate normally,
b) Selected heading indications
operate normally,
c) Selected vertical speed indications
operate normally,
d) Selected altitude indications
operate normally, and
e) Selected course indications operate
normally.
17. Takeoff/Go-Around C 2 1 One may be inoperative provided appro-
(TO/GA) Switches ach minimums do not require its use.
C 2 0 May be inoperative provided:
a) Both thrust levers are operated
manually for takeoff, and
b) Autopilot and Flight Director are not
used below Minimum Descent
Altitude or 500 feet, whichever is
higher.
Note 1:
Flight director go-around and windshear
guidance are not available with both
TO/GA switches inoperative.
Note 2:
CAT 2 & 3A approaches require both
TO/GA switches to be operative. For
CAT 1 approaches, only one (01) TO/GA
switch is needed to be operative.

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22-C OP FLIGHT
ROL
NT
AUTO
O
CMode Control Panel
N18.
NO Switch Lights
1) Autopilot Engage
Switch Lights
a) CWS C 2 0
b) CMD C 2 1
B 2 0 (o) May be inoperative provided autopilots
are not used.
2) Mode Selector C 8 0
Switch Lights
3) A/T ARM Switch C 1 0
Light

19. Thrust Mode C 1 0 May be inoperative provided thrust mode


Annunciator/Thrust limits are observed.
Mode Display (-600/-
800)
20. Automatic Landing
System
1) Fail Passive C 1 0 May be inoperative provided approach
minimums do not require its use.
Note :
CAT 2 & 3A approaches require the
Automatic Landing System to be
operative.
2) Reserved

3) Reserved

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C23-
N T
COMMUNICATIONS
C O1. Flight Deck Speaker

NON System

1) Reserved
2) Airplanes with B 2 0 May be inoperative provided :
Remote Electronics a) Headset or headphones associated
Unit with inoperative speaker(s) are
installed and operate normally, and
b) TCAS audio is considered inoperative,
c) TAWS (GPWS) advisory callouts are
considered inoperative.
d) Altitude Alert Tone is considered
inoperative

C 2 0 (M) (O) May be inoperative provided :


a) Procedures do not require its use, and
b) Headset or headphones associated
with inoperative speaker(s) are
installed and operate normally, and
c) Aural alert voices, TCAS, GPWS,
Altitude Alert, are verified to operate
normally.

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23-C T
ON
COMMUNICATIONS
2.CPassenger Address

NON System
1) Passenger B 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided :
Configuration a) Following procedures are used:
Before takeoff and normal procedure:
The CM1 will instruct the cabin
attendants to make a direct voice
communication with all passengers in
each cabin. All preflight announcements
will be completed prior to takeoff and the
flight crew will be notified. The powered
megaphone may be used for making
these announcements.
Before takeoff and emergency procedure:
The CM1 will notify the SCCM and he,
in turn, will notify each cabin attendant to
make a direct voice communication with
all passengers in each cabin. The
powered megaphone may be used for
making these announcements.
b) Flight attendant alerting system
(audio and visual) operates
normally.
NOTE: Any station function(s) that
operate normally may be used.

a) Lavatory C 2 0 (O) May be inoperative provided alternate


Speakers procedures are established and used.
OPEARTIONS (O):
the CC must assure that any occupant of
the lavatory will be informed about
announcement after leaving the lavatory.

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C23-
N T
COMMUNICATIONS
O
C 2. Passenger Address
O N
N System (Contd)
1) Passenger
Configuration
(Contd)
b) Cabin Speakers C 27 14 May be inoperative provided
inoperative speakers are not adjacent
to each other.
2) Reserved
3. Communication D 3 2 May be inoperative provided it is not
Systems (VHF) powered by Standby Bus and is not
required for emergency procedures.
1) VHF Comm Control C 3 2 One side of VHF Comm Control panel
Panels tuning function may be inoperative
provided:
a) Associated transceiver can be
tuned from opposite side of control
panel, and
b) Associated transceiver operates
normally.
a) Active Frequency C 3 0
Light
b) Frequency C 3 1 May be inoperative provided
Transfer Switch associated VHF active frequency can
be selected.
D 3 2 May be inoperative provided
associated VHF radio is considered
inoperative.
c) Frequency C 3 2
Selector Knob
d) Frequency C 6 2
Indication

2) Reserved

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23- C ON
COMMUNICATIONS

NON2. Passenger Address


System (Contd)

1) Passenger
Configuration
(Contd)
b) Cabin Speakers C 19 10 May be inoperative provided
inoperative speakers are not adjacent
to each other.
2) Reserved

3. Communication D 3 2 May be inoperative provided it is not


Systems (VHF) powered by Standby Bus and is not
required for emergency procedures.
1) VHF Comm Control C 3 2 One side of VHF Comm Control panel
Panels tuning function may be inoperative
provided:
a) Associated transceiver can be
tuned from opposite side of control
panel, and
b) Associated transceiver operates
normally.
a) Active Frequency C 3 0
Light
b) Frequency C 3 1 May be inoperative provided
Transfer Switch associated VHF active frequency can
be selected.
D 3 2 May be inoperative provided
associated VHF radio is considered
inoperative.
c) Frequency C 3 2
Selector Knob
d) Frequency C 6 2
Indication
2) Reserved

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C23-
N T
COMMUNICATIONS
O
C Interphone System
4. Crewmember
O N
N 1) Passenger
Configuration
a) Flight Deck to B 2 1 (o) May be inoperative provided:
Cabin, Cabin to a) Flight deck to cabin and cabin to flight
Flight Deck deck interphone functions operate
Functions normally on at least fifty percent of
cabin handsets, and
b) Flight attendants affected may use PA
to communicate as necessary,
c) Flight deck door keypad is verified to
operate normally, and
d) Flight deck door automatic looking
system is verified to operate normally.
NOTE: Any station function(s) that
operate normally may be used.
b) Cabin to Cabin B 2 1 (O) May be inoperative provided:
Function a) Cabin to cabin interphone functions
operate normally on at least fifty
percent of cabin handsets, and
b) Flight attendants affected may use PA
to communicate as necessary.
c) Direct voice communication between
the affected flight attendant stations is
used.
NOTE: Any station function(s) that operate
normally may be used.
c) Flight Deck to
Ground Function
(Includes CALL
functions)
(1) Reserved
(2) All Other C 1 0 (O) Flight deck to ground/ground to flight deck
Aircraft/ interphone function may be inoperative
Operations provided:
a) Alternate procedures are established
and used,
b) Nose gear service interphone jack
operates normally.
OPEARTIONS (O):
Communicate verbally or use hand signals.

2) Reserved
3) Reserved
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23-C NT
COMMUNICATIONS
O
N5.C
O Inter-Cabin Phone
Cabin Attendant(s) Deleted prior to Revision 27, relief
N System
incorporated into Item 23-4.

6. Selective Call System C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided alternate


(SELCAL) procedures are established and used.
OPERATIONS (O):
Flight crew must remain in permanent
listening to the HF Frequency in use.
D 1 0 May be inoperative provided
procedures do not require its use.
Note: May be inoperative provided
sufficient VHF coverage is available
along the planned route
1) Channels C 5 0 (O) May be inoperative provided alternate
procedures are established and used.
OPERATIONS (O):
Flight crew monitors appropriate radio
frequency.
D 5 0 May be inoperative provided
procedures do not require its use.
7. Flight Interphone
System
1) Flight Deck Intercom Deleted by Revision 33. Relief
incorporated into Item 25-11.
2) Flight Deck to Deleted by Revision 45, relief
Ground incorporated into Item 23-4.
8. Forward Observers Deleted revision 33
Audio Selector Panel relief incorporated into Item 25-11.
9. ACARS System D 1 0 May be inoperative provided
procedures do not require its use.
NOTE: Any portion of system that
operates normally may be used.
1) ACARS Printer D 1 0
2) FMC Interface D 1 0 May be inoperative provided
Function procedures do not require its use.
NOTE: Any portion of system that
operates normally may be used.

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C23-
N T
COMMUNICATIONS
O
C10. Cockpit Voice
O N
N Recorder System (CVR)
1) Aircraft without A 1 0 May be inoperative provided:
Recorder a) Flight Data Recorder (FDR) operates
Independent Power normally, and
Supply (RIPS) b) Repairs are made within three flight
days.
2) Reserved
11. High Frequency (HF) D 2 0 May be inoperative provided operations do
Communication System not require its use.
C 2 1 (O) One may be inoperative while conducting
operations that require two LRCS provided:
a) Aircraft SATVOICE system operates
normally,
b) SATVOICE services are available as
a LRCS over the intended route of
flight,
c) The ICAO flight plan is updated
(as required) to notify ATC of the
communications equipment status of
the aircraft, and
d) Ensure that VHF coverage is available
over the intended route of flight,
if not, ensure that SATCOM or
DATALINK is available and request
from the OCC that this condition be
informed to the involved ATCs along
the route and that any communication
from an ATC facility has to be routed
to the aircraft though the OCC.
12. Emergency Locator
Transmitter (ELT)
1) Survival Type ELTs D 2 1 Any in excess of One (01) may be
inoperative or missing.
2) Fixed ELTs A 1 0 (M) May be inoperative provided:
a) System is deactivated, and
b) Repairs are made within 90 days
13. Flight Crew Audio A 2 1 Either Captains or First Officers audio
Selector/Control control panel may be inoperative provided:
Panels a) Optional AUDIO transfer switch is
installed and operates normally,
b) Primary observers audio control panel
is located on aft electronics panel and
operates normally, and
c) Repairs are made within two flight days.
1) Reserved
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23-C NTDeck Headsets
COMMUNICATIONS
14. O
CHeadphones and
Flight
O N
N Boom Micrphones

1) Headset Boom A 3 0 May be inoperative provided:


Microphones a) Associated hand microphone is
installed and operates normally,
and
b) Repairs are made within three flight
days.
D 3 1 Any in excess of One (01) may be
inoperative or missing.
2) Headset/ C 3 1 Either Captains or First Officers
Headphones headset /headphones may be
inoperative provided associated flight
deck speaker operates normally.
3) Reserved
15. Pre-recorded C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided alternate
Passenger procedures are established and used.
Announcement OPERATIONS (O):
System The PIC will notify the CC to use the
PA system to make the necessary
announcements. If the PA system is
inoperative refer to MEL item 23-2,
operations procedure.
Note: Pre-recorded passenger
Announcement System is installed on:
7TV-KA/KB/KC
16. Push-To-Talk (PTT)
Switches
1) Control Wheel PTT C 2 1 (M) One may be inoperative provided:
Switches a) Associated audio selector panel
PTT switch operates normally, and
b) Affected switch is either verified
failed open or is deactivated.
2) Flight Crew Audio C 2 1 (M) One may be inoperative provided:
Selector Panel PTT a) Associated Control Wheel PTT
Switches switch operates normally, and
b) Affected switch is verified failed
open.
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C23-
N T
COMMUNICATIONS
O
C 16. Push-To-Talk (PTT)
O N
N Switches (Contd)
3) Glareshield Panel C 2 0 (M) May be inoperative provided affected
PTT Switch(es) switch is either verified failed open or
(Contd) is deactivated.
D 2 0 (M) May be inoperative provided:
a) Affected switch is either verified
failed open or is deactivated, and
b) Procedures do not require its use.
4) Reserved
17. Flight Deck Hand C 2 0 May be inoperative or missing
Microphones provided associated boom microphone
operates normally.
D 2 0 Any in excess of those required for
each person on flight deck duty may
be inoperative or missing.
18. Satellite C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided alternate
Communication procedures are established and used.
System (SATCOM) OPERATIONS (O):
May be inoperative provided sufficient
VHF coverage is available along the
planned route.
D 1 0 May be inoperative provided
procedures do not require its use.
Note: Provided Sufficient VHF
coverage is available along the
planned route.
19. Alerting System
(Audio/Visual)
1) Passenger
Configuration
a) Flight Deck Call Visual B 1 0 May be inoperative provided flight deck
Alerting System audio alerting system operates normally.
NOTE: Flight deck audio alerting
system must always be
operative.
(Continued)

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O RO
23-C NT System
COMMUNICATIONS
19. O
C(Audio/Visual) (Contd)
Alerting
O N
N 1) Passenger
Configuration (Contd)
b) Flight Attendant Visual B 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided:
Alerting System a) PA system operates normally,
b) If affected visual alerting system is
used for lavatory smoke detector
alerting, an alternate lavatory
smoke detector alert (visual or
audio) is installed and operates
normally, and
c) The public address system may be
used to contact cabin
crew members if neccessary.
NOTE 1: Passenger to Attendant Call
System is considered Non-
Essential Equipment and
Furnishing (NEF) item.
NOTE 2: Any visual alerting system
function(s) that operates
normally may be used.
c) Flight Attendant Audio B 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided:
Alerting System a) PA system operates normally,
b) If affected visual alerting system is
used for lavatory smoke detector
alerting, an alternate lavatory
smoke detector alert (visual or
audio) is installed and operates
normally, and
c) Flight attendants affected may use
public address to communicate as
necessary.
NOTE 1: Passenger to Attendant Call
System is considered Non-
Essential Equipment and
Furnishing (NEF) item.
NOTE 2: Any audio alerting system
function(s) that operates
normally may be used.
d) Reserved
2) Reserved
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O RO
C23-
N T
COMMUNICATIONS
O
C 20. Handset Systems
O N
N
1) Passenger
Configuration

a) Reserved

b) Cabin B 2 1 (O) One handset may be inoperative


provided:
Prior to flight, the pilot in
command should brief cabin crew
members on the way of
communications to be used.
Communication normally
conducted using the flight deck
handset can be conducted using
the headset/boom microphone or
using the hand microphone and
headset or flight deck speakers.

2) Reserved

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O RO
23-C NT
COMMUNICATIONS
O
CReserved
O N21.
N
22. Reserved

23. Reserved

24. Reserved

25. Reserved

26. Reserved

27. Reserved

28. Reserved

DAH ALL except 7T-VKG/KH/KI/KJ/KK/KL/KM/KN/KO/KP/KQ/KR


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O RO
C23-
N T
COMMUNICATIONS
C O21. Electronic Visual A 1 0 (o) May be inoperative and components

NON Surveillance
Systems (All
may be missing provided:
a) Alternate procedures are established
Installed Systems) and used, see ATA23 P11b. And,
b) Repairs are made within three flight
days.
NOTE: Any portion of the system which
operates normally may be used.

C 1 0 (o) May be inoperative and components


may be missing provided:
a) The flight deck door viewing port is
installed and operates normally, and
b) Alternate procedures are
established and used. See ATA23
P11b
NOTE: Any portion of the system which
operates normally may be used.

D 1 0 May be inoperative and components


may be missing provided procedures
do not require its use.
1) Reserved

22. Reserved

23. Reserved

24. Reserved

25. Reserved

26. Reserved

27. Reserved

28. Reserved

B737-800 7T-VKG/KH/KI/KJ/KK/KL/KM/KN/KO/KP/KQ/KR
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ITEM 21:
IE (O)
OPERATIONS
P L EE
Access toO
C O must be requested through the crewmember interphone system using
Rdeck
T
the flight
N
C O
a previously established password. Refer to Manex Part A 8.3.12

N
NO
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C24- T RO
O ELECTRICAL POWER
O N
N C systems
1. Engine Driven Generator

NO 1) Reserved

2) (-600/-800) B 2 1 (o) (m) May be inoperative provided APU


generator operates normally and is used
throughout flight.
3) Reserved

4) Reserved

2. APU Generator System C 1 0 May be inoperative.

3. Engine Driven Generator


LOW OIL
PRESSURE/DRIVE
Lights
1) Reserved

2) (-600/-800) C 2 0 DRIVE lights and associated generator


low oil pressure switches may be
inoperative.
4. Reserved

5. Reserved

6. Reserved

7. Frequency Meter C 1 0

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24-C O RO POWER
T
ELECTRICAL
O N
N CVolts Indication
8. AC B 1 0 (o) May be inoperative except in the STBY

NO
PWR position provided Standby Power
Test is accomplished.
1) Reserved

9. AC Ammeters C 3 0 May be inoperative provided associated


generator off bus lights operate normally.
10. Reserved

11. External Power System C 1 0 NOTE: Any portion of system which


operates normally may be used.
1) DC Receptacle D 1 0

12. GEN OFF BUS Lights C 2 1 One may be inoperative provided


associated generator AC ammeter
operates normally.
13. Reserved

14. BAT DISCHARGE Light C 1 0

15. TR UNIT Light C 1 0

16. ELEC Light

1) Reserved

2) (-600/-800) C 1 0 (o) May be inoperative OFF provided:


a) Standby Power Test is
accomplished once each flight
day, and
b) Battery Charger is verified to
operate normally.

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ITEM

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5. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C24- T RO
O ELECTRICAL POWER
O N
N C17. DC Ammeter Indication B 1 0 (o) May be inoperative provided:
NO a) BAT position operates normally,
b) Standby Power Test is
accomplished, and
c) Procedures do not require its use.

18. DC Volts Indication B 1 0 (o) May be inoperative except in STBY PWR


position provided Standby Power Test is
accomplished.

19. APU GEN OFF BUS C 1 0 May be inoperative provided:


Light a) APU frequency meter operates
normally, and
b) APU ammeter operates normally.

20. Reserved

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5. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C25- T RO
O EQUIPMENT AND
O N
FURNISHINGS
N C 1. Megaphones
NO
D 2 1 One may be inoperative or missing
provided:
a) Inoperative megaphone is removed
from passenger cabin, and
b) Associated placard is removed or
obscured, and
c) Required distribution is maintained.
2. Crewmember Shoulder Deleted Revision 33, relief incorporated
Harness (flight deck) into Item 25-11.
3. Flight Attendant Seat
Assembly (Dual
Position)
1) Required Flight B 6 4 (o)(m) One seat assembly (dual position) may
Attendant Seats be inoperative provided:
a) Affected seat assembly is not
occupied,
b) Flight attendant(s) displaced by
inoperative seat(s) occupies either
an adjacent flight attendant seat
or passenger seat which is most
accessible to inoperative seat(s),
so as to most effectively perform
assign duties,
a) One cabin crew may be displaced
to a passenger seat which must
be close to or closer than the
nearest seated passenger to the
inoperative seat. Cabin crew must
be able to reach the assigned
emergency exit in essentially the
same time as from normal situation
c) Folding type seat stows
automatically or is secured in
retracted position, and
d) Passenger seat assigned to flight
attendant is placarded FOR
FLIGHT ATTENDANT USE
ONLY.
NOTE 1: An automatic folding seat that
will not stow automatically is
considered inoperative.
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O RO AND
CFURNISHINGS
25- EQUIPMENT
O NT
1.CMegaphones
N
D 2 1 One may be inoperative or missing

NO
provided:
a) Inoperative megaphone is removed
from passenger cabin, and
b) Associated placard is removed or
obscured, and
c) Required distribution is maintained.
2. Crewmember Deleted Revision 33, relief incorporated
Shoulder Harness into Item 25-11.
3. Flight Attendant Seat
Assembly (Dual
Position)
1) Required Flight 4 4 Both seats assemblies (dual position)
Attendant Seats must be operative.

B737-600
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C25- T RO
O EQUIPMENT AND
O N
FURNISHINGS
N C 3. Flight Attendant Seat
NO Assembly (Single or
Dual Position) (Contd)
1) Required Flight Note2: A seat position with an
Attendant Seats inoperative or missing restraint
system is considered inoperative
Note 3: DAH, when operating with
inoperative seats, will consider
locations and combinations of
seats to ensure that proximity to
exits and distribution
requirements of
applicable regulation are met.
Note 4: If one side of a dual seat
assembly is inoperative and a
flight attendant is displace to
adjacent seat, adjacent seat
must operate normally.
2) Excess Flight Attendant C 3 0 (m) May be inoperative provided:
Seats a) Affected seat position or seat
assembly is not occupied, and
b) Folding type seat stows
automatically or is secured in
retracted position.

NOTE 1: An automatic folding seat that


will not stow automatically is
considered inoperative.
NOTE 2: A seat position with an
inoperative or missing restraint
system is considered
inoperative.

3) Reserved
4) Rserved

B737-800
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O RO AND
CFURNISHINGS
25- EQUIPMENT
O NT
N C
NO Assembly (Single or
3. Flight Attendant Seat

Dual Position) (Contd)

2) Excess Flight Attendant C 2 0 (m) May be inoperative provided:


Seats a) Affected seat position or seat
assembly is not occupied, and
b) Folding type seat stows
automatically or is secured in
retracted position.

NOTE 1: An automatic folding seat that


will not stow automatically is
considered inoperative.
NOTE 2: A seat position with an
inoperative or missing restraint
system is considered
inoperative.

3) Reserved

4) Reserved

B737-600
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4. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
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5. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C25- T RO
O EQUIPMENT AND
O N
FURNISHINGS
NC
NO
4. Cabin Window Shades D 75 0 May be inoperative in a compartment
used for cargo provided AFM Limitations
are observed.
NOTE: Passenger Cabin Window
Shades in compartments
configured for passengers only
are considered Nonessential
Equipment Furnishings (NEF).

5. Cargo Compartment A 2 1 (m) May be inoperative or missing provided:


Restraint Components a) Acceptable cargo loading limits
from Weight and Balance
Document are observed, and
b) Repairs are made prior to the
completion of the next heavy
maintenance visit.

C 2 0 May be inoperative or missing provided


associated cargo compartment remains
empty.
C 2 0 May be inoperative or missing provided
pallet with inoperative lock(s) is
removed.
1) Reserved

2) Reserved

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4. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
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25-C O RO AND
NT
EQUIPMENT
O
FURNISHINGS
C
N
NO
4. Cabin Window Shades D 48 0 May be inoperative in a compartment
used for cargo provided AFM Limitations
are observed.
NOTE: Passenger Cabin Window
Shades in compartments
configured for passengers only
are considered Nonessential
Equipment Furnishings (NEF).

5. Cargo Compartment A 2 0 (m) May be inoperative or missing provided:


Restraint Components a) Acceptable cargo loading limits
from Weight and Balance
Document are observed, and
b) Repairs are made prior to the
completion of the next heavy
maintenance visit.

C 2 0 May be inoperative or missing provided


associated cargo compartment remains
empty.
C 2 0 May be inoperative or missing provided
pallet with inoperative lock(s) is
removed.
1) Reserved

2) Reserved

B737-600
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4. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
E EE
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5. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C25- T RO
O EQUIPMENT AND
O N
FURNISHINGS
N C6. Passenger Seat(s)
NO
D 144 - May be inoperative provided:
a) Seat does not block an
Emergency Exit,
b) Seat does not restrict any
passenger from access to the
main aircraft aisle, and
c) Affected seat(s) is blocked and
placarded DO NOT OCCUPY.
NOTE 1: A seat with an inoperative seat
belt is considered inoperative.
NOTE 2: Inoperative seat(s) does not
affect required number of
Flight Attendants.
NOTE 3: Affected seat(s) may include
seat(s) behind and/or adjacent
outboard seats.
1) Recline Mechanism D 144 - (m) May be inoperative and seat occupied
provided seat is secured in up-right
position.
D 144 - May be inoperative and seat occupied
provided seat back is immovable in full
upright position.
2) Arm Rests
a) Arm Rests with D 160 - (m) May be inoperative or missing and seat
recline mechanism occupied provided:
a) Arm rest does not block an
Emergency Exit,
b) Arm rest does not restrict any
passenger from access to main
aircraft aisle, and
c) If armrest is missing, seat is
secured in full upright position.
b) Arm Rests without D 36 - May be inoperative or missing and seat
recline mechanism occupied provided:
a) Arm rest does not block an
Emergency Exit, and
b) Arm rest does not restrict any
passenger from access to main
aircraft aisle.
(Continued)

B737-800 7T-VJO/JP/KA/KB/KC
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4. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
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O RO AND
CFURNISHINGS
25- EQUIPMENT
O NT
N C
NO
6. Passenger Seat(s) D 148 - May be inoperative provided:
a) Seat does not block an
Emergency Exit,
b) Seat does not restrict any
passenger from access to the
main aircraft aisle, and
c) Affected seat(s) is blocked and
placarded DO NOT OCCUPY.
NOTE 1: A seat with an inoperative seat
belt is considered inoperative.
NOTE 2: Inoperative seat(s) does not
affect required number of
Flight Attendants.
NOTE 3: Affected seat(s) may include
seat(s) behind and/or adjacent
outboard seats.
1) Recline Mechanism D 148 - (m) May be inoperative and seat occupied
provided seat is secured in up-right
position.
D 148 - May be inoperative and seat occupied
provided seat back is immovable in full
upright position.
2) Arm Rests
a) Arm Rests with D 186 - (m) May be inoperative or missing and seat
recline mechanism occupied provided:
a) Arm rest does not block an
Emergency Exit,
b) Arm rest does not restrict any
passenger from access to main
aircraft aisle, and
c) If armrest is missing, seat is
secured in full upright position.
b) Arm Rests without D 14 - May be inoperative or missing and seat
recline mechanism occupied provided:
a) Arm rest does not block an
Emergency Exit, and
b) Arm rest does not restrict any
passenger from access to main
aircraft aisle.
(Continued)

B737-800 7T-VKD/KE/KF/KG/KH/KI/KJ/KK/KL/KM/KN/KO/KP/KQ/KR
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4. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
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P I L
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C25- T RO
O EQUIPMENT AND
O N
FURNISHINGS
N C 6 Passenger Seat(s)
NO
D 162 - May be inoperative provided:
a) Seat does not block an
Emergency Exit,
b) Seat does not restrict any
passenger from access to the
main aircraft aisle, and
c) Affected seat(s) is blocked and
placarded DO NOT OCCUPY.
NOTE 1: A seat with an inoperative seat
belt is considered inoperative.
NOTE 2: Inoperative seat(s) does not
affect required number of
Flight Attendants.
NOTE 3: Affected seat(s) may include
seat(s) behind and/or adjacent
outboard seats.
1) Recline Mechanism D 162 - (m) May be inoperative and seat occupied
provided seat is secured in up-right
position.
D 162 - May be inoperative and seat occupied
provided seat back is immovable in full
upright position.
2) Arm Rests
a) Arm Rests with D 184 - (m) May be inoperative or missing and seat
recline mechanism occupied provided:
a) Arm rest does not block an
Emergency Exit,
b) Arm rest does not restrict any
passenger from access to main
aircraft aisle, and
c) If armrest is missing, seat is
secured in full upright position.
b) Arm Rests without D 32 - May be inoperative or missing and seat
recline mechanism occupied provided:
a) Arm rest does not block an
Emergency Exit, and
b) Arm rest does not restrict any
passenger from access to main
aircraft aisle.
(Continued)

B737-800 7T-VJJ/JK/JL/JM/JN
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4. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
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O RO AND
CFURNISHINGS
25- EQUIPMENT
O NT
N C
NO
6. Passenger Seat(s) D 101 - May be inoperative provided:
a) Seat does not block an
Emergency Exit,
b) Seat does not restrict any
passenger from access to the
main aircraft aisle, and
c) Affected seat(s) is blocked and
placarded DO NOT OCCUPY.
NOTE 1: A seat with an inoperative seat
belt is considered inoperative.
NOTE 2: Inoperative seat(s) does not
affect required number of
Flight Attendants.
NOTE 3: Affected seat(s) may include
seat(s) behind and/or adjacent
outboard seats.
1) Recline Mechanism D 101 - (m) May be inoperative and seat occupied
provided seat is secured in up-right
position.
D 101 - May be inoperative and seat occupied
provided seat back is immovable in full
upright position.
2) Arm Rests
a) Arm Rests with D 113 - (m) May be inoperative or missing and seat
recline mechanism occupied provided:
a) Arm rest does not block an
Emergency Exit,
b) Arm rest does not restrict any
passenger from access to main
aircraft aisle, and
c) If armrest is missing, seat is
secured in full upright position.
b) Arm Rests without D 25 - May be inoperative or missing and seat
recline mechanism occupied provided:
a) Arm rest does not block an
Emergency Exit, and
b) Arm rest does not restrict any
passenger from access to main
aircraft aisle.
(Continued)

B737-600
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4. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
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ITEM

P I L
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C25- T RO
O EQUIPMENT AND
O N
FURNISHINGS
N C6. Passenger Seat(s)
NO (Contd)
3) Underseat Baggage C 52 - (o) May be inoperative provided:
Restraining Bars a) Baggage is not stowed under
seat with inoperative restraining
bar,
b) Associated seat is placarded DO
NOT STOW BAGGAGE UNDER
THIS SEAT, and
c) The following procedure is used
to alert Cabin Crew of inoperative
restraining bar: Prior to all
takeoffs and landings, Cabin
Crew will verify that baggage is
not stowed under seats with
broken restraining bars.

4) Electrical/ Electronic DELETED REV 49


Systems/ Components

5) Reserved

7. Second Observer Seat Moved to Item 25-11 prior to Revision 30

8. Flight Deck Door Lock Moved to Item 52-8 prior to Revision 30.
Solenoid

9. Fasten Seat Belts While C 52 - One or more signs or placards may be


Seated Signs or illegible or missing provided a legible
Placards sign or placard is visible from each
occupied passenger seat.

10. Non-Essential - 0 May be inoperative, damaged, or


Equipment & missing.
Furnishings (NEF) Note: Exterior lavatory door ash trays
are not considered NEF items.

B737-800 7T-VJO/JP/KA/KB/KC/KD/KE/KF/KG/KH/KI/KJ/KK/KL/KM/KN/KO/KP/KQ/KR
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4. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
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ITEM

P I L
5. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

O RO AND
CFURNISHINGS
25- EQUIPMENT
O NT
N C
NO (Contd)
6 Passenger Seat(s)

3) Underseat Baggage C 54 - (o) May be inoperative provided:


Restraining Bars a) Baggage is not stowed under
seat with inoperative restraining
bar,
b) Associated seat is placarded DO
NOT STOW BAGGAGE UNDER
THIS SEAT, and
c) The following procedure is used
to alert Cabin Crew of inoperative
restraining bar: Prior to all
takeoffs and landings, Cabin
Crew will verify that baggage is
not stowed under seats with
broken restraining bars.
4) Electrical/ Electronic DELETED REV 49
Systems/ Components

5) Reserved

7. Second Observer Seat Moved to Item 25-11 prior to Revision 30

8. Flight Deck Door Lock Moved to Item 52-8 prior to Revision 30.
Solenoid

9. Fasten Seat Belts While C 54 - One or more signs or placards may be


Seated Signs or illegible or missing provided a legible
Placards sign or placard is visible from each
occupied passenger seat.

10. Non-Essential - 0 May be inoperative, damaged, or


Equipment & missing.
Furnishings (NEF) Note: Exterior lavatory door ash trays
are not considered NEF items.

B737-800 7T-VJJ/JK/JL/JM/JN
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4. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
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C25- T RO
O EQUIPMENT AND
O N
FURNISHINGS
N C6. Passenger Seat(s)
NO (Contd)
3) Underseat Baggage C 37 - (o) May be inoperative provided:
Restraining Bars a) Baggage is not stowed under
seat with inoperative restraining
bar,
b) Associated seat is placarded DO
NOT STOW BAGGAGE UNDER
THIS SEAT, and
c) The following procedure is used
to alert Cabin Crew of inoperative
restraining bar: Prior to all
takeoffs and landings, Cabin
Crew will verify that baggage is
not stowed under seats with
broken restraining bars.

4) Electrical/ Electronic DELETED REV 49


Systems/ Components

5) Reserved

7. Second Observer Seat Moved to Item 25-11 prior to Revision 30

8. Flight Deck Door Lock Moved to Item 52-8 prior to Revision 30.
Solenoid

9. Fasten Seat Belts While C 37 - One or more signs or placards may be


Seated Signs or illegible or missing provided a legible
Placards sign or placard is visible from each
occupied passenger seat.

10. Non-Essential - 0 May be inoperative, damaged, or


Equipment & missing.
Furnishings (NEF) Note: Exterior lavatory door ash trays
are not considered NEF items.

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NO11. Observer Seat(s)
1) Primary Observers A 1 0 May be inoperative provided:
Seat (Including a) A passenger seat in passenger
Associated Equipment) cabin is made available to a
DACM inspector for performance
of official duties, and
b) Repairs are made within two flight
days.
A 1 0 May be inoperative provided:
a) Second observers seat is
available to a DACM inspector for
performance of official duties, and
b) Repairs are made within two flight
days
A 1 0 May be inoperative provided :
a) Required minimum safety
equipment (safety belt and
oxygen) is available,
b) Seat is acceptable to a DACM
inspector for performance of
official duties, and
c) Repairs are made within two
flight days.
NOTE 1: These provisos are intended to
provide for occupancy of above
seats by a DACM inspector
when minimum safety
equipment (oxygen and safety
belt) is functional and inspector
determines conditions to be
acceptable.
NOTE 2: The Pilot-in-Command will
determine if minimum safety
equipment is functional for
other persons authorized to
occupy any observer seat(s).
(Continued)

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NO 11. Observer Seat(s)
(Contd)
2) Second Observers D 1 0 NOTE: The Pilot-in-Command will
Seat (Including determine if minimum safety
Associated Equipment) equipment is functional for other
persons authorized to occupy
any observer seat(s).
3) Crotch Straps C 1 0

4) Reserved

12. Emergency Flashlight


Holders/ Flashlights
1) Cabin C 6 4 May be inoperative or missing provided
crewmember assigned to affected
position has a flashlight of equivalent
characteristics readily available.
2) Flight Deck C 2 1 May be inoperative or missing provided
crewmember assigned to affected
position has a flashlight of equivalent
characteristics readily available.

13. Emergency Evacuation C 1 0 (o) May be inoperative provided alternate


Signal System procedures are established and used.
OPERATIONS (O):
Make use of the P.A. and/or
Cabin/Service Interphone systems. Prior
to flight the pilot in command should
brief cabin crew members on the
emergency procedures that will be used.

14. Reserved

15. Reserved

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N C
NO11. Observer Seat(s)
(Contd)
2) Second Observers D 1 0 NOTE: The Pilot-in-Command will
Seat (Including determine if minimum safety
Associated Equipment) equipment is functional for other
persons authorized to occupy
any observer seat(s).
3) Crotch Straps C 1 0

4) Reserved

12. Emergency Flashlight


Holders/ Flashlights
1) Cabin C 4 3 May be inoperative or missing provided
crewmember assigned to affected
position has a flashlight of equivalent
characteristics readily available.
2) Flight Deck C 2 1 May be inoperative or missing provided
crewmember assigned to affected
position has a flashlight of equivalent
characteristics readily available.

13. Emergency Evacuation C 1 0 (o) May be inoperative provided alternate


Signal System procedures are established and used.
OPERATIONS (O):
Make use of the P.A. and/or
Cabin/Service Interphone systems. Prior
to flight the pilot in command should
brief cabin crew members on the
emergency procedures that will be used.

14. Reserved

15. Reserved

B737-600
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NO 16. Lower Cargo
Compartment Lining
C - - (o)(m) May be damaged or missing. Ensure
associated compartment remains empty,
Panels and Floor or is verified to contain only empty cargo
Panels handling equipment, ballast (ballast may
be loaded in ULDs), and/or Fly Away
Kits.
Note: For the Fly Away Kits refer to note
de service lot de bord, Manex part B
Chapter 7.

17. Emergency Medical


Equipment
1) First Aid Kit (FAK) A 3 2 (o) Only one required first aid kit may be
and/or Associated incomplete, missing or inoperative
Equipment provided:
a) FAK is resealed in a manner that
will identify it as a unit that can not be
mistaken for a fully serviceable unit,
and
b) Repairs or replacements are made
within 1 flight.

2) Reserved

3) Augmented Emergency DELETED REVISION 46.


Medical Kit
4) Reserved

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NO16. Lower Cargo
Compartment Lining
C - - (o)(m) May be damaged or missing. Ensure
associated compartment remains empty,
Panels and Floor Panels or is verified to contain only empty cargo
handling equipment, ballast (ballast may
be loaded in ULDs), and/or Fly Away
Kits.
Note: For the Fly Away Kits refer to note
de service lot de bord, Manex part B
Chapter 7.

17. Emergency Medical


Equipment
1) First Aid Kit (FAK) and/or A 2 1 (o) Only one required first aid kit may be
Associated Equipment incomplete, missing or inoperative
provided:
a) FAK is resealed in a manner that
will identify it as a unit that can not be
mistaken for a fully serviceable unit,
and
b) Repairs or replacements are made
within 1 flight.

2) Reserved

3) Augmented Emergency DELETED REVISION 46.


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4) Reserved

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NC
NO 18. Flotation Equipment (Life D
jackets) (Crew and
192 168 One lifejacket per person on board must
be available when flying over water at a
Passengers) distance of more than 50 NM from the
shore, or when taking off or landing at an
aerodrome where the take off or
approach path is so disposed over water
that, in the event of a mishap, there
would be a likelihood of ditching.
19. Reserved

20. Exterior Lavatory Door


Ashtrays
1) Reserved

2) Airplanes With Only One A 1 0 May be missing provided it is replaced


Exterior Lavatory Door within 3 calendar days.
Ashtray Installed

B737-800 7T-VJJ/JK/JL/JM/JN
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N C
NO18. Flotation Equipment (Life
jackets) (Crew and
D 174 150 One lifejacket per person on board must
be available when flying over water at a
Passengers) distance of more than 50 NM from the
shore, or when taking off or landing at an
aerodrome where the take off or
approach path is so disposed over water
that, in the event of a mishap, there
would be a likelihood of ditching.
19. Reserved

20. Exterior Lavatory Door


Ashtrays
1) Reserved

2) Airplanes With Only One A 1 0 May be missing provided it is replaced


Exterior Lavatory Door within 3 calendar days.
Ashtray Installed

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5. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

O NT
EQUIPMENT AND
N C FURNISHINGS
NO
18. Flotation Equipment (Life D 178 154 One lifejacket per person on board must
jackets) (Crew and be available when flying over water at a
Passengers) distance of more than 50 NM from the
shore, or when taking off or landing at an
aerodrome where the take off or
approach path is so disposed over water
that, in the event of a mishap, there
would be a likelihood of ditching.
19. Reserved

20. Exterior Lavatory Door


Ashtrays
1) Reserved

2) Airplanes With Only One A 1 0 May be missing provided it is replaced


Exterior Lavatory Door within 3 calendar days.
Ashtray Installed

B737-800 7T-VKD/KE/KF/KG/KH/KI/KJ/KK/KL/KM/KN/KO/KP/KQ/KR
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EQUIPMENT AND
C O
FURNISHINGS
O N
N 18. Flotation Equipment (Life D 129 106 One lifejacket per person on board must
jackets) (Crew and be available when flying over water at a
Passengers) distance of more than 50 NM from the
shore, or when taking off or landing at an
aerodrome where the take off or
approach path is so disposed over water
that, in the event of a mishap, there
would be a likelihood of ditching.
19. Reserved

20. Exterior Lavatory Door


Ashtrays
1) Reserved

2) Airplanes With Only One A 1 0 May be missing provided it is replaced


Exterior Lavatory Door within 3 calendar days.
Ashtray Installed

B737-600
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O NT
EQUIPMENT AND
N C FURNISHINGS
NO
21. Flight Crew Seats

1) Recline Mechanism A 2 0 (m) May be inoperative provided:


a) Seat is secured in a position
acceptable to affected
crewmember, and
b) Repairs are made within two flight
days

2) Vertical Adjustment A 2 0 (m) May be inoperative provided:


a) Seat is secured in a position
acceptable to affected
crewmember, and
b) Repairs are made within two flight
days

3) Armrests B 4 0 (m) May be inoperative in up position or


removed provided seat is acceptable to
the affected crewmember.

4) Lumbar/Thigh Supports C 4 0 May be inoperative provided seat is


acceptable to the affected crewmember.

5) Headrests C 2 0 May be inoperative provided seat is


acceptable to the affected crewmember.

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EQUIPMENT AND
C O
FURNISHINGS
O N
N 22. Galley/Lavatory Waste
Receptacle Access
Doors/ Covers
1) Galley Waste C 4 0 (o)(m) May be inoperative provided:
Receptacle Access a) Associated container is empty,
Doors/ Covers b) Container access is secured to
prevent waste introduction into
compartment, and
c) Ensure that sufficient
galley/lavatory waste receptacles
are available to accommodate all
waste that may be generated
during flight.

2) Lavatory Waste C 3 0 (o)(m) May be inoperative provided:


Receptacle Access a) Associated container is empty,
Doors/ Covers b) Container access is secured to
prevent waste introduction into
compartment, and
c) Lavatory is used only by
crewmembers, and
d) Associated lavatory entrance
door is locked closed and
placarded:
INOPERATIVEDO NOT ENTER
NOTE: These provisions are not
intended to prohibit lavatory use
or inspection by crewmembers.
23. Reserved

B737-800
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O EQUIPMENT AND
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FURNISHINGS
N C22. Galley/Lavatory Waste
NO Receptacle Access
Doors/ Covers
1) Galley Waste C 3 0 (o)(m) May be inoperative provided:
Receptacle Access a) Associated container is empty,
Doors/ Covers b) Container access is secured to
prevent waste introduction into
compartment, and
c) Ensure that sufficient
galley/lavatory waste receptacles
are available to accommodate all
waste that may be generated
during flight.

2) Lavatory Waste C 2 0 (o)(m) May be inoperative provided:


Receptacle Access a) Associated container is empty,
Doors/ Covers b) Container access is secured to
prevent waste introduction into
compartment, and
c) Lavatory is used only by
crewmembers, and
d) Associated lavatory entrance
door is locked closed and
placarded:
INOPERATIVEDO NOT ENTER
NOTE: These provisions are not
intended to prohibit lavatory use
or inspection by crewmembers.
23. Reserved

B737-600
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O NT
N C
24. Storage Bin(s)/Cabin, C - - (m) May be inoperative provided:

NO Storage
Galley and Lavatory a) Procedures are established to secure
the affected bin, compartment or
Compartments/Closets closet in the closed position, See
ATA25 P13a.
b) Affected bin, compartment or closet is
prominently placarded DO NOT USE,
c) Any emergency equipment located in
affected bin, compartment, or closet is
considered inoperative, and
d) Affected bin, compartment or closet is
not used for storage of any item(s)
except for those permanently affixed.
NOTE: For overhead bins, If no partitions
are installed, the entire overhead
bin is considered inoperative.
C - - (o)(m) May be inoperative provided:
a) For non-retractable doors, affected
door is removed,
b) For retractable doors, affected door is
removed or secured in the retracted
(fully open) position,
c) Affected bin, compartment or closet is
not used for storage or any items
except those permanently affixed,
d) Affected bin, compartment or closet is
prominently placarded DO NOT USE,
e) Alert crew members and passengers
of inoperative bins, compartments or
closets, and
f) Passengers are briefed that affected
bin, compartment or closet is not
used.
NOTE 1: For overhead bins if no
partitions are installed, entire overhead
bin is considered inoperative.
NOTE 2: Any emergency equipment
located in the affected bin, compartment
or closet (permanently affixed) is
available for use.
(Continued)

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NO 24. Storage Bin(s)/Cabin,
Galley and Lavatory
Storage
Compartments/Closets
(Contd)
1) Reserved

2) Storage Compartment D 2 0 (m) May be inoperative in the unlocked


Key Locks position, provided doors can be secured
by other means. See ATA25 P13a.
25. Reserved

26. Reserved

27. Reserved

28. Reserved

29. Secondary Door Barrier C 1 0 (o) May be inoperative provided:


(Flight Deck Security) a) Barrier remains in retracted position,
and,
b) Electrical lock functions normally.

30. Reserved

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PLACARD
P IE LEE
CO TROINOPERATIVE - DO NOT USE FOR STORAGE
COMPARTMENT

O N (M)
C
MAINTENANCE
N
O the affected bin, compartment or closet in closed position by using an appropriate
N adhesive tape. See AMM 25-00-00 Pages 907/908 Task 25-00-00-040-804.
Secure
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1.O
N
N C Extinguisher Discharge
Engine and APU Fire C 3 0

NO Lights
2. Engine Overheat and
Fire Detection Systems
1) Reserved
2) Dual Loop C 4 2 (o) One loop (A or B) per engine may be
inoperative.
3. Portable Fire D 5 4 (m) May be inoperative or missing provided:
Extinguishers a) The inoperative fire extinguisher is
tagged inoperative, removed from the
installed location, and placed out of sight
so it can not be mistaken for a functional
unit, and
b) Required distribution is maintained,
and
c) One is needed in the cockpit

4. Wheel Well Fire C 1 0 (m) May be inoperative provided brake


Detection System temperature monitoring system (BTMS)
operates normally.

C 1 0 (o)(m) May be inoperative provided brakes are


inspected and are cool to touch before
engine start.
NOTE: In case of engine failure after V1,
performance is prime
consideration, and landing gear
should be retracted normally
until performance penalty with
gear down is not a problem.
Pilots must consider possibility of
ice accumulation on gear
associated with delayed raising
of landing gear or lowering
landing gear during winter
operations.

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CO PROTECTION
O N
C
5. Reserved
N
NO 6. APU Fire Shutoff System C 1 0 (o) May be inoperative provided APU is not
used.
7. APU Fire Extinguisher C 1 0 (o) May be inoperative provided APU is not
System used.
8. APU Fire Detection
System
1) Single and Dual Loop C 1 0 (o) May be inoperative provided APU is not
used.
2) APU DET INOP Light C 1 0 (o) May be inoperative extinguished
provided:
a) APU fire detection system operates
normally, and
b) A fire warning test is performed
before each APU start.
3) Dual Loop C 2 1 (o) One loop (A or B) may be inoperative.

4) External Warning C 1 0 May be inoperative for ground operation


Horn/Warning Light provided flight deck APU Overheat/Fire
Protection Panel is continuously
monitored.
9. Engine/APU Fire C 3 0 (m) May be inoperative provided:
Extinguisher Test a) Failure is verified to be in squib test
System (EXT TEST) circuit, and
(Squib Test) b) Squib circuit is verified to operate
normally once each flight day.

1) APU Fire Extinguisher C 2 1 (o) May be inoperative provided remaining


Squib Test Circuit (EXT APU Squib test circuit is verified to
TEST) operate normally once each flight day.

2) APU Squib Light C 1 0 (o) May be inoperative provided APU is not


used.

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O N
NC
10. Fire Warning Bell

NO 1) Bell Cutout Switch C 1 0 May be inoperative provided:


(Overheat/Fire a) Bell cutout function of both Master
Protection Panel) Fire Warning lights operates
normally, and
b) Fire Warning Bell operates
normally.
2) Bell Cutout Function of C 2 1 May be inoperative provided:
Master Fire Warning a) Bell cutout function switch operates
Light normally, and
b) Fire Warning Bell operates
normally.
11. Master Fire Warning Deleted prior to Revision 27.
Lights
12. Wing-Body Overheat C 1 0 (o) May be inoperative provided:
Detector System (Left) a) Right pack and engine bleed is
used for pressurization only,
b) Use of APU is prohibited except for
engine start,
c) Isolation valve and left engine
bleed valve remain closed for all
operations except engine start, and
d) Airplane is not operated in known
or forecast icing conditions.
13. Wing-Body Overheat C 1 0 (o) May be inoperative provided:
Detector System (Right) a) Left pack and left engine or APU
bleed air is used for pressurization
only,
b) Isolation valve and right engine
bleed valve remain closed for all
operations except engine start, and
c) Airplane is not operated in known
or forecast icing conditions.

14. Reserved

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O N Fire
C
15. Lavatory
N
NO 1) Passenger configuration
Extinguisher Systems
C 3 0 For each lavatory, lavatory fire
extinguisher system may be inoperative
provided associated lavatory smoke
detection system operates normally.
C 3 0 (o) (m) For each lavatory, lavatory fire
extinguisher system may be inoperative
provided:
a) Lavatory waste receptacle is
empty,
b) Associated lavatory door is locked
closed and placarded:
INOPERATIVE - DO NOT
ENTER, and
c) Lavatory is used only by
crewmembers.
NOTE: These provisions are not
intended to prohibit lavatory use
or inspection by crewmembers.
2) Reserved
16. Lavatory Smoke
Detection System
1) Passenger configuration C 3 1 (o) (m) For each lavatory, lavatory smoke
detection system may be inoperative
provided:
a) Lavatory waste receptacle is
empty,
b) Associated lavatory door is locked
closed and placarded:
INOPERATIVE DO NOT
ENTER, and
c) Lavatory is used only by
crewmembers.
NOTE: These provisions are not
intended to prohibit lavatory use
or inspection by crewmembers.

2) Reserved
(Continued)
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N T PROTECTION
FIRE
O
C15. Lavatory Fire
O N
N Extinguisher Systems
1) Passenger configuration C 2 0 For each lavatory, lavatory fire
extinguisher system may be inoperative
provided associated lavatory smoke
detection system operates normally.
C 2 0 (o) (m) For each lavatory, lavatory fire
extinguisher system may be inoperative
provided:
a) Lavatory waste receptacle is
empty,
b) Associated lavatory door is
locked closed and placarded:
INOPERATIVE - DO NOT
ENTER, and
c) Lavatory is used only by
crewmembers.
NOTE: These provisions are not
intended to prohibit lavatory use
or inspection by crewmembers.
2) Reserved
16. Lavatory Smoke
Detection System
1) Passenger configuration C 2 1 (o) (m) For each lavatory, lavatory smoke
detection system may be inoperative
provided:
a) Lavatory waste receptacle is
empty,
b) Associated lavatory door is locked
closed and placarded:
INOPERATIVE DO NOT
ENTER, and
c) Lavatory is used only by
crewmembers.
NOTE: These provisions are not
intended to prohibit lavatory use
or inspection by crewmembers.

2) Reserved
(Continued)
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26-C T
FIRENPROTECTION
C O
O N
16. Lavatory Smoke
N Detection System
(Contd)
3) Lavatory Smoke C 3 0 (m) May be inoperative provided associated
Detector SELF TEST lavatory smoke detector is verified to
Switch operate normally.
4) Lavatory Smoke C 3 0 (m) May be inoperative provided each
Detector TEST Switch lavatory smoke detector is verified to
on Flight Attendants operate normally.
Panel
17. Reserved
18. Wing-Body Overheat
Test System
1) Flight Deck Test C 1 0 (m) May be inoperative provided system
Feature integrity is verified by an acceptable
procedure once each flight day (refer to
AMM TASK 26-00-00-040-807).
19. Lower Cargo C 2 0 (o) Ensure associated compartment remains
Compartment Fire empty, or is verified to contain only
Detection/ Suppression empty cargo handling equipment, ballast
Systems (ballast may be loaded in ULDs), and/or
Fly Away Kits.
Note1: For the Fly Away Kits refer to
note de service lot de bord, Manex Part
B, Chapter 7.
Note2: Class E cargo compartments
require only installation of smoke or fire
detection systems (not suppression).
1) Fwd/Aft Detection
Loops
a) Boeing installed C 4 2 (o) One loop (A or B) in each compartment
system may be inoperative provided opposite
loop is checked to operate normally.
b) Reserved

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4. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
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5. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

O FIRE
C26- T RO
PROTECTION
O N
N C16. Lavatory Smoke

NO
Detection System
(Contd)
3) Lavatory Smoke C 3 0 (m) May be inoperative provided associated
Detector SELF TEST lavatory smoke detector is verified to
Switch operate normally.
4) Lavatory Smoke C 2 0 (m) May be inoperative provided each
Detector TEST Switch lavatory smoke detector is verified to
on Flight Attendants operate normally.
Panel
17. Reserved
18. Wing-Body Overheat
Test System
1) Flight Deck Test C 1 0 (m) May be inoperative provided system
Feature integrity is verified by an acceptable
procedure once each flight day (refer to
AMM TASK 26-00-00-040-807).
19. Lower Cargo C 2 0 (o) Ensure associated compartment remains
Compartment Fire empty, or is verified to contain only
Detection/ Suppression empty cargo handling equipment, ballast
Systems (ballast may be loaded in ULDs), and/or
Fly Away Kits.
Note1: For the Fly Away Kits refer to
note de service lot de bord, Manex Part
B, Chapter 7.
Note2: Class E cargo compartments
require only installation of smoke or fire
detection systems (not suppression).

1) Fwd/Aft Detection
Loops
a) Boeing installed C 4 2 (o) One loop (A or B) in each compartment
system may be inoperative provided opposite
loop is checked to operate normally.
b) Reserved

(Continued)

B737-600
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4. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
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5. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

CO PROTECTION
26- FIRE
T RO
O N
19. Lower Cargo

N C
Compartment Fire

NO Systems (All models)


Detection/ Suppression

(Contd)
2) Extinguisher Bottles
a) Reserved
b) No.2 (Boeing C 1 0 (o) (m) May be inoperative with cargo carried in
installed system Only) compartment.
c) Reserved
d) Reserved
3) Reserved
4) DISCH Light(s)
a) (Boeing installed C 1 0 (m) May be inoperative provided associated
system Only) extinguisher bottle(s) is verified to have
an adequate charge once each flight day
b) Reserved
5) Extinguisher Bottle C 2 0 (m) May be inoperative provided associated
Pressure Switch extinguisher bottle(s) is verified to have
(Boeing installed an adequate charge once each flight
system Only) day.
6) EXT Lights (FWD and C 2 0 (m) May be inoperative:
AFT) (Boeing installed a) Failure is verified to be in squib
system Only) light circuit, and
b) Squib circuit is verified to operate
normally once each flight day.
7) Reserved

8) Reserved

9) Reserved

10) Reserved

11) Reserved

12) Reserved
13) DETECTOR FAULT C 1 0 (o) May be inoperative provided the cargo
Light (Boeing Installed fire TEST switch is used to check for
System Only) faults in the cargo fire detection and
suppression system before each flight.
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4. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
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5. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

O FIRE
C26- T RO
PROTECTION
O N
N C20. Reserved
NO 21. Cabin Configuration C 2 0 (m) May be inoperative provided:
Test Panel a) EE Bay Mode Selector Switch is
CARGO/PASSENGER verified to be in appropriate position
for intended airplane configuration
before each departure, and
b) Passenger Oxygen Shutoff Valve is
verified to be in appropriate position
for intended airplane configuration
before each departure.

22. Reserved

23. Reserved

24. Reserved

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4. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
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5. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

O FLIGHT
C27- T RO CONTROLS
O N
NC
1. Reserved

NO 2. Takeoff Warning
Horn system
Deleted prior to Revision 27.

3. Reserved
4. Leading Edge Flap/ Slat
Position Light Systems
C 2 1 Aft overhead panel LE Devices
Annunciator panel may be inoperative
1) Reserved

2) Reserved

3) Reserved

4) Reserved

5) Reserved

6) Leading Edge Slat C 8 7 (o)(m) Indication lights on forward panel, and in


Indications (-600) addition, indication lights for one leading
edge slat, except for slats 4 and 5, on
overhead annunciator panel may be
inoperative provided:
a) Normal operation is verified by
flight crew before each takeoff and
landing,
b) Maximum speed is limited to 300
KIAS at/below FL 200 or .65 Mach
above FL 200,
c) All remaining indications on
overhead annunciator panel
operate normally, and
d) Stall warning operation of both
systems is verified to operate
normally.

(Continued)

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4. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
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27-C O RCONTROLSO
T
FLIGHT
O N Edge Flap/ Slat
C
4. Leading
N
NO (Contd)
Position Light Systems

7) Leading Edge Slat C 8 7 (o)(m) Indication lights on forward panel, and in


Indications (-800) addition, indication lights for one leading
edge slat, except for slats 3, 4, 5 and 6,
on overhead annunciator panel may be
inoperative provided:
a) Normal operation is verified by
flight crew before each takeoff and
landing,
b) Maximum speed is limited to 300
KIAS at/below FL 200 or .65 Mach
above FL 200,
c) All remaining indications on
overhead annunciator panel
operate normally, and
d) Stall warning operation of both
systems is verified to operate
normally.
8) Reserved
5. Reserved
6. Mach Trim System Moved to Item 22-5 prior to Revision 27.
7. Auto Speed Brake
System
1) All Models except -800 C 1 0 (o)(m) May be inoperative provided:
with Short Field a) System is deactivated, and
Performance (SFP) b) Operations are conducted in
Option accordance with AFM, and
c) For models with Blendend Winglet
with Speed Brake Load Alleviation,
Spreed Brake Load Alleviation
System is considered inoperative.
2) -800 SFP Aircraft C 1 0 (o)(m) May be inoperative provided:
equipped 7T- a) System is deactivated, and
VKK/KL/KM/KN/KO/KP/ b) Appropriate performance
KQ/KR adjustments are applied.
3) Reserved

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4. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
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5. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

O FLIGHT
C27- T RO CONTROLS
O N
N C8. Flap Load Limiter System
NO 1) Reserved
2) Reserved
3) (-600) C 1 0 May be inoperative provided :
a) Flaps are not extended beyond
Flaps 30 at gross weights above
93,830 lbs. (42,560 kg), and
b) Flaps are not extended beyond
Flaps 15 at gross weights above
105,040 lbs. (47,645 kg).
4) Reserved
5) (-800) without Short C 1 0 May be inoperative provided:
Field Performance a) Flaps are not extended beyond
(SFP) Option Flaps 30 at gross weights above
93,995 lbs. (42,635 kg), and
b) Flaps are not extended beyond
Flaps 15 at gross weights above
104,875 lbs. (47,570 kg).
6) (-800) with Short Field C 1 0 May be inoperative provided:
Performance (SFP) a) Flaps are not extended beyond
Option Aircraft Flaps 30 at gross weights above
equipped 7T- 95,800 lbs. (43,454 kg), and
VKK/KL/KM/KN/KO/KP/ b) Flaps are not extended beyond
KQ/KR Flaps 15 at gross weights above
105,000 lbs. (47,627 kg).
c) Flaps are not extended beyond
Flaps 10 at gross weights above
135,800 lb (61,597 kg).
7) Reserved
8) Reserved
9. Control Wheel Trim B 2 1 One may be inoperative on non-flying
Switch Systems pilots side provided stabilizer trim
system operates normally on flying pilots
side.
10. FEEL DIFF PRESS B 1 0 (m) May be inoperative provided:
Light System a) Elevator feel system is verified to
operate normally, and
b) Verification is repeated each flight
day.

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4. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
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5. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

CO TRCONTROLS
27- FLIGHT O
O N
N C Slat Fail Light
11. Auto C 1 0 (m) May be inoperative provided:
NO System a) Auto slat systems are verified to
operate normally, and
b) Verification is repeated every two
flight days.

12. Auto Slat Systems C 2 1 (o) One system may be inoperative


provided:
a) Remaining auto slat system is
checked to operate normally, and
b) Auto slat fail light operates
normally.
13. Stall Warning Systems

1) (-600 without Blended C 2 1 (m) One may be inoperative provided


Winglet) remaining system is verified to operate
normally before each departure.
2) (-800 with Blended C 2 1 (m) One may be inoperative provided
Winglet without remaining system is verified to operate
Speedbrake Load normally before each departure.
Alleviation System
3) Reserved

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4. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
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ITEM

P I L
5. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

O FLIGHT
C27- T RO CONTROLS
O N
N C14. Rudder Trim Indicator
NO 1) (-600/-800) C 1 0 (o) May be inoperative provided:
a) Control Surface Position Indicating
System is installed and operates
normally,
b) Rudder trim actuator is checked to
operate normally, and
c) Rudder trim is checked to be
centered before each departure.
2) (All models, upon C 1 0 (o) May be inoperative provided:
incorporation of Boeing a) Rudder trim actuator is checked to
Service Bulletin 737-27- operate normally, and
1252, 737-27-1253, or b) Rudder trim is checked centered
737-27-1255, or before each departure.
production equivalent
DAH ALL)

15. Reserved

16. SPEED BRAKE/ SPEED


BRAKES EXTENDED
Light
1) Reserved

2) (-600/-800) C 1 0 (m) May be inoperative provided


speedbrakes are verified to operate
normally.
17. Wheel to Rudder C 1 0
Interconnect System
(WTRIS) (-600/-800)

18. Control Surface C 1 0


Position Indicating
System

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4. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
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5. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

CO TRCONTROLS
27- FLIGHT O
O N
N C
19. Reserved
NO
20. Reserved

21. STBY RUD ON light C 1 0 (o)(m) May be inoperative provided:


(Boeing SB 737-27A- a) Rudder is verified to operate
1279, 737-27-1252R3, normally on hydraulic systems A
737-27-1253R3, 737-27- and B independently,
1255R3 or production b) Standby hydraulic pump is verified
equivalent incorporated to operate normally, and
DAH ALL) c) Rudder force fight monitor is
deactivated

22. Reserved

DAH ALL
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4. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
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ITEM

P I L
5. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

O FUEL
C28- T RO
O N
N C1. Fuel Boost Pumps (Main
NO Tanks)

1) Reserved

2) Reserved

3) (-600/-800)

a) Aft Pumps C 2 1 (o) (m) One may be inoperative provided :


a) Both main tank forward pumps
operate normally,
b) At start of takeoff, fuel quantity in
associated tank is not less the
7,500 lbs (3,402 kg.), and
c) A minimum fuel quantity of 2,500
lbs. (1,134 kg.) is maintained in
associated tank, and
d) Boost pump is deactivated.
b) Forward Pumps C 2 1 (o) (m) One may be inoperative provided:
a) Both main tank aft pumps operate
normally,
b) At start of takeoff, fuel quantity in
associated tank is not less than
4,800 lbs (2,177 kg.), and
c) A minimum fuel quantity of 1,800
lbs. (817 kg.) is maintained in
associated tank, and
d) Boost pump is deactivated.

2. Fuel Boost Pumps C 2 1 (m) May be inoperative provided


(Center Tank) a) Tank remains empty, and
b) Boost pump is deactivated.

(Continued)

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4. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
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CO TRO
28- FUEL
2. FuelO
N
N C Boost Pumps C 2 1 (o) (m) May be inoperative with center tank

NO
(Center Tank) (Contd) fueled provided:
a) Fuel quantity remaining in main
wing tanks is adequate to reach a
suitable airport if remaining center
pump fails at any time,
b) Zero fuel weight calculations are
adjusted by weight of center tank
fuel,
c) Effect on airplane balance, in event
fuel cannot be used is accounted
for,
d) LOW PRESSURE light of operating
center fuel tank pump operates
normally, and
e) Center tank quantity indication
operates normally, and
f) Boost pump is deactivated.
C 2 0 (m) May be inoperative provided:
a) Center tank quantity indication
operates normally, and
b) Center tank remains empty, or zero
fuel weight calculations are adjusted
by weight of center tank fuel, and
c) Boost pump is deactivated.
NOTE: AFM limitations for fuel loading
must be observed.
1) Reserved

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4. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
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ITEM

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5. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

O FUEL
C28- T RO
O N
N C Pressure Warning Light
3. Fuel Boost Pump Low

NO Systems
1) Main Tank Pump Low C 4 3 (o) (m) May be inoperative provided:
Pressure Warning Light a) Associated fuel pump is not used,
Systems and
b) MASTER CAUTION lights and
FUEL system annunciator light are
verified to operate normally.

a) Main Tank Pump C 4 3 May be inoperative provided:


Lights a) Both pumps in associated tank
operate normally.
b) Associated tank quantity indicator
operates normally.

C 4 3 May be inoperative for an associated


inoperative pump.
2) Center Tank Pump Low C 2 1 (o)(m) May be inoperative provided:
Pressure Warning Light a) Associated fuel pump is not used.
Systems b) MASTER CAUTION lights and
FUEL system annunciator light are
verified to operate normally.

C 2 0 May be inoperative provided:


a) Center tank fuel is not required for
flight,
b) Center tank fuel boost pumps are
turned off, and
c) Center tank remains empty, or
zero fuel weight calculations are
adjusted by weight of center tank
fuel.
a) Center Tank Pump C 2 0 (o)(m) May be inoperative provided:
Lights a) Center Tank Fuel Quantity
Indicator operates normally, and
b) MASTER CAUTION lights and
FUEL system annunciator light are
verified to operate normally.

DAH ALL
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NUMBERS 3. NUMBER INSTALLED
4. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
E EE
ITEM

P I L
5. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

CO TRO
28- FUEL
4. APUO
N
N C Fuel Valve C 1 0 (o)(m) May be inoperative provided:

NO
a) APU is not used, and
b) Valve is deactivated closed.

5. Crossfeed VALVE OPEN C 1 0 (m) May be inoperative provided:


Light a) Crossfeed valve is verified to
operate normally,
b) Fuel quantity indication for both
main tanks operates normally.

6. Flight Deck Fuel C 2 1 (o)(m) One may be inoperative provided:


Quantity Indicators a) All boost pumps in associated
(Main Tanks) tank operate normally,
b) Fuel flow meters operate
normally,
c) Center tank indicator operates
normally,
d) Flight crew periodically computes
fuel remaining, or checks fuel
remaining against a pre-computed
fuel burn chart, and
e) Fuel quantity in associated main
tank is verified by DDG
procedure.
7. Flight Deck Fuel
Quantity Indicator
(Center Tank)
1) (-600/-800) C 1 0 May be inoperative provided:
a) One center tank boost pump
operates normally, and
b) Center tank remains empty.
2) Reserved

3) Reserved

4) (-600/-800/ with Boeing C 1 0 (m) May be inoperative provided:


Service Bulletin 737- a) Both center tank boost pumps
28A1206 or production operate normally, and
equivalent installed) b) Fuel quantity in center tank is verified
(DAH ALL except 7T- by DDG procedure.
VJR)

DAH ALL
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NUMBERS 3. NUMBER INSTALLED
4. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
E EE
ITEM

P I L
5. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

O FUEL
C28- T RO
O N Temperature
N C Indicator
8. Fuel C 1 0 May be inoperative provided Total Air

NO
Temperature or Ram Air Temperature is
substituted as an indication of fuel
temperature.
9. Fuel Quantity Totalizer C 1 0
10. Pressure Fueling C 1 0 (m) May be inoperative provided alternate
System procedures are established and used.
See ATA28 P5a.

1) Fueling Manifold Check C 3 0 (m) May be inoperative provided associated


Valves Fuelling Shutoff Valve is verified to
operate normally.
2) Fueling Shutoff Valves C 3 0 (m) May be inoperative closed provided:
a) Associated Fueling Manifold Check
Valve operates normally, and
b) Alternate procedures are established
and used. See ATA28 P5a.
3) Refuel Panel Fueling C 1 0 May be inoperative provided refuel panel
Power Control Switch indicator test switch operates normally in
AUX FUELING POWER CONTROL
position or FUEL DOOR SWITCH
BYPASS position as applicable.
11. Fueling Bay Fuel Cap D 1 0

12. Refueling Control Panel C 3 0 (m) May be inoperative provided fuel quantity
Quantity Indicators is verified by DDG procedure.
13. Manually Operated De- Deleted prior to Revision 27.
fueling Valve

14. Reserved

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ITEM 10:
PLACARD
PIE
As appropriate L EE
C O RO
O NT (M)
MAINTENANCE
N
For C
pressure fuelling system inoperative, individual components of the
O
N system which operate normally can be used to develop refuelling
procedure.
For fuelling manifold check valve inoperative, verify that the fuelling shutoff
valve(s)
operates normally:
1. During refuelling, observe that the valve position light
illuminates/extinguishes normally when opening/closing the
associated fuelling shutoff valve.
2. After refuelling nozzle is disconnected, visually check for fuel leakage.
For fuelling shutoff valve(s) or float switch(es) inoperative:
1. Verify that fuel load for the associated tank does not exceed the tank
capacity.
2. Manually open fuel shutoff valve(s).
CAUTION: OVERFILL PROTECTION IS INOPERATIVE. THE PRESSURE
FUELING SYSTEM WILL NOT STOP THE REFUEL
OPERATION AT A SET FUEL QUANTITY. STOP THE
FUELING SOURCE AT THE DESIRED QUANTITY FOR THE
ASSOCIATED TANK.
3. Refuel the associated tank, stopping the fuelling source at the
desired fuel quantity.
4. Manually close the fuel shutoff valve(s).
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P IE ITEM
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O RO
C28-
5. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

N T
FUEL
O
C15. Reserved
O N
N

16. Fuel Measuring C 16 0 (m) May be inoperative or broken/missing


Sticks/Dripsticks provided fuel quantity is available on the
affected tank indicators.

17. Fuel Scavenge System C 1 0 May be inoperative with fuel scavenge


shutoff valve closed.

C 1 0 (o) May be inoperative with fuel scavenge


shutoff valve open provided No. 1 Main
Fuel Tank forward boost pump remains
off.
C 1 0 May be inoperative with fuel scavenge
shutoff valve open provided center tank
remains empty.

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NUMBERS 3. NUMBER INSTALLED
4. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
E EE
ITEM

P I L
5. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

CO TRO
28- FUEL
O N
C
18. Reserved
N
NO
19. Reserved

20. Reserved

21. Fuel Quantity Test


Switches
1) Digital System C 1 0
2) Reserved

22. FUEL/SPAR VALVE


CLOSED Lights
1) Reserved
2) SPAR VALVE CLOSED C 2 0 (m) May be inoperative provided:
Lights a) Associated valve is verified to
operate normally, and
b) Crossfeed VALVE OPEN light
operates normally.

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NUMBERS 3. NUMBER INSTALLED
4. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
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5. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

O FUEL
C28- RO
23. N T
O
Reserved

N C24. Refuel Panel Fueling Incorporated as a sub-item in 28-10 Rev


NO
Power Control Switch 47a.
25. Center Tank Fuel
Boost Pump
Automatic Shut Off
System (Service
Bulletin 737-28A1206,
or Equivalent Installed)
(DAH ALL except 7T-
VJR)
1) All models C 2 0 May be inoperative provided associated
center tank fuel boost pump is
considered inoperative
C 2 0 May be inoperative provided center tank
remains empty
2) Reserved
3) -600/-800 C 2 0 May be inoperative with center tank
fueled provided:
a. Both center tank fuel boost pump Low
Pressure Warning Light Systems operate
normally,
b. Center tank fuel quantity indication
operates normally,
c. Center tank fuel boost pumps must
not be ON unless personnel are
available in the flight deck to monitor low
pressure lights,
d. For ground operations, center tank
fuel boost pump switches must not be
positioned to ON unless the center tank
fuel quantity exceeds 1,000 pounds
(453 kg), except when defueling or
transferring fuel,
e. Center tank fuel boost pumps are OFF
for takeoff if center tank fuel is less than
5,000 pounds (2,300 kg) with airplane
readied for initial taxi,
(Continued)

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4. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

IE LEE
ITEM
5. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS
P
CO T
28- FUEL ROFuel
O NPump
25. Center Tank f. Both center tank fuel boost pumps are

N C
Boost selected OFF when center tank fuel

NO System (Service
Automatic Shut Off quantity reaches 1,000 pounds (453 kg)
of fuel during climb and cruise,
Bulletin 737-28A1206, g. Both center tank fuel boost pumps are
or Equivalent Installed) selected OFF when center tank fuel
(DAH ALL except 7T- quantity reaches 3,000 pounds (1,400
VJR) kg) of fuel during descent and landing,
(Contd) h. Both center tank fuel boost pumps are
positioned OFF at first indication of fuel
pump low pressure
i. Center tank fuel boost pumps may be
positioned ON when established in
cruise flight if the center tank contains
more than 1000 lbs (453 Kg) or fuel,
j. If the main tanks are not full, the zero
fuel gross weight of the airplane plus the
weight of center tank fuel may exceed
the maximum zero fuel weight by up to
5,000 pounds (2,300kg) for takeoff, climb
and cruise and up to 3,000 pounds
(1,400 kg) for descent and landing,
provided that the effects of balance
(CG) have been considered, and
k. Defueling with passengers on board is
prohibited.

26. Fuel Shutoff Valve D 1 0 (m) May be inoperative deactivated.


Battery and Charger

100. Reserved

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O FUEL
C28- T RO
O N
NC
101. Reserved

NO 102. Reserved

103. Reserved

104. Reserved

105. Reserved

106. Reserved

107. Reserved

108. Reserved

109. Reserved

110. Reserved

111. Reserved

112. Reserved

113. Reserved

114. Reserved

115. Reserved

116. Reserved

117. Reserved

118. Reserved

119. Reserved

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C29- T RO
O HYDRAULICS
O N
NC
1. Reserved

NO 2. System B Pumps

1) Reserved

2) Engine Driven Hydraulic C 1 0


Pump Depressurization
Function (-600/-800)
3. System Pressure
Indications (A and B)

1) Reserved

2) (-600/-800) C 2 1 (o) One may be inoperative provided:


a) System pressure is checked
before each departure, and
b) All hydraulic low pressure lights
operate normally.
4. System A Pump Low C 2 1 (o) One may be inoperative provided output
Pressure Indication of associated pump is checked before
Systems each departure.
5. System B Pump Low C 2 1 (o) One may be inoperative provided output
Pressure Indication of associated pump is checked before
Systems each departure.
6. Hydraulic Brake Moved to item 32-13, Revision 33.
Pressure Indicator
7. System A and B
Overheat Lights
1) Reserved

2) Reserved

3) (-600/-800) C 2 0 May be inoperative provided associated


Low Pressure light operates normally.

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29-C O RO
T
HYDRAULICS
O N
C
8. Reserved
N
NO9. Hydraulic Quantity Low C 1 0 (m) May be inoperative provided quantity is
Level Light System verified adequate before each departure.
(Standby System)
10. System A Pumps

1) Engine Driven Hydraulic C 1 0


Pump Depressurization
Function
11. System A Quantity
Indication System
(Flight Deck)
1) Reserved

2) (-600/-800) C 1 0 (m) May be inoperative provided:


a) Quantity is verified adequate before
each departure,
b) System pressure indication operates
normally, and
c) Pump low pressure lights operate
normally.
12. Standby System Low C 1 0 (m) May be inoperative provided:
Pressure Light a) Standby system low quantity light
operates normally,
b) Output of standby pump is verified
before each departure, and
c) Both System B pumps operate
normally.
13. Hydraulic Reservoir C 3 1 (m) May be inoperative provided reservoir
Pressurization System can be pressurized.
Sources

14. System A Overheat Incorporated into Item 29-7, in Revision 39.


Lights

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C29- T RO
O HYDRAULICS
O N
NC
15. System B Quantity C 1 0 (m) May be inoperative provided:

NO
Indication system a) Quantity is verified adequate before
(Flight Deck) each departure,
b) System pressure indication operates
normally, and
c) Pump low pressure lights operate
normally.
16. Hydraulic Reservoir Air C 1 0
Pressure Indicator
(Wheel Well)

17. Hydraulic Reservoir C 2 0


Quantity Indicator
(Wheel Well)

18. Hydraulic Reservoir Fill C 1 0


System (Wheel Well)

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O ICERAND
C30- O RAIN
N T
O PROTECTION
N C1. Wing Anti-Ice Valves
NO
C 2 0 (o)(m) May be inoperative closed provided
airplane is not operated in known or
forecast icing conditions
1) Reserved

2) (-600/-800) C 2 1 (o)(m) One may be inoperative open provided:


a) Except for engine start,
associated manifold is
depressurized when outside air
temperature is above 50 degrees
F (10 degrees C),
b) Associated engine bleed thrust
limits are followed when manifold
is pressurized, and
c) Air conditioning and
pressurization requirements are
followed when one manifold is
depressurized.
2. Wing Anti-Ice Valve C 2 0 (m) May be inoperative provided valve is
Position Lights verified to operate normally before
operating in known or forecast icing
conditions.
3. Engine and Nose Cowl
Anti-Ice Valves
1) Reserved

2) Reserved

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30-C
P O
O ANDRRAIN
T
ICE
O N
PROTECTION
N C
NO Anti-Ice Valves (Contd)
3. Engine and Nose Cowl

3) (-600/-800) C 2 1 (m) One may be inoperative closed provided


airplane is not operated in known or
forecast icing conditions.
C 2 1 (o)(m) One may be inoperative locked open
provided:
(a) Associated High Stage Valve is
considered inoperative,
(b) Ambient temperature is below
100 degrees F (38 degrees C),
(c) A minimum of 60% N1 is
maintained on associated engine
during flight in icing conditions,
(d) Appropriate performance
adjustments are applied.

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O ICERAND
C30- O RAIN
N T
O PROTECTION
N C4. Engine and Nose Cowl
NO Anti-Ice Valve Position
Lights or TAI Indications

1) Reserved

2) Reserved

3) (-600/-800) C 4 2 One valve position indication (either


COWL VALVE OPEN light or TAI
indication) for each engine may be
inoperative provided other valve position
indication for that engine operates
normally.
4) Reserved

5. Pitot/Static Probe
Heaters
1) Reserved

2) (-600/-800)

a) Left/Right Pitot B 2 1 One may be inoperative for day VMC


Heaters provided:
a) Aux Pitot heater operates
normally,
b) Airplane is not operated in visible
moisture, and
c) Airplane is not operated in known
or forecast icing conditions.
b) Aux Pitot Heater B 1 0 May be inoperative provided:
(Right Lower Probe) a) Both Left and Right Pitot heaters
operate normally, and
b) Airplane is not operated in known
or forecast icing conditions.

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P
O ANDRRAIN O
CPROTECTION
30- ICE
T
O N
N C
NO Heaters (Elevator and
6. Vertical Stabilizer Pitot B 2 1 One may be inoperative provided
airplane is not operated in known or
Rudder Feel Systems) forecast icing conditions.

7. Total Air Temperature C 1 0 May be inoperative provided airplane is


Probe Heater not operated in known or forecast icing
conditions.
C 1 0 (o) May be inoperative provided an alternate
temperature indicator system is installed
and operating normally (i.e., Ram Air or
Static Air Temperature).

8. Angle of Attack Sensor C 2 0 May be inoperative provided airplane is


Heater(s)/ Stall Warning not operated in known or forecast icing
System Sensor conditions.
Heater(s)/Alpha Vane
Heater(s)

9. Pitot, Pitot/Static and


Temperature Probe
Heater Lights
1) Reserved

2) Amber (Heater Off)


Lights
a) Pitot and Pitot/ Static B 5 0 (m) May be inoperative provided:
a) Associated heater function is
verified to operate normally, and
b) Airplane is not operated in known
or forecast icing conditions.
b) Temperature C 1 0 (m) May be inoperative provided associated
heater function is verified to operate
normally before each departure.

C 1 0 May be inoperative provided associated


heater is inoperative.

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O ICERAND
C30- O RAIN
N T
O PROTECTION
N C10. Wing Anti-Ice Duct
NO Overheat System
1) Reserved

11. Electrically Heated


Windshields

1) Reserved

2) No.1 Window C 2 1 One may be inoperative provided:


a) Airplane is not operated in known
or forecast icing conditions,
b) Both No.2 window heaters operate
normally,
c) Windshield de-fog system operates
normally, and
d) Airspeed is limited to 250 KIAS
below 10,000 feet MSL.

3) No. 2 Window C 2 1
One may be inoperative provided:
a) Both No. 1 window heaters
operate normally,
b) Windshield de-fog system
operates normally, and
c) Airspeed is limited to 250 KIAS
below 10,000 feet MSL.

4) No. 4 or No. 5 Window C 4 0 No. 4 and No. 5 window heat may be


inoperative provided airspeed is limited
to 250 KIAS below 10,000 feet MSL.

5) No. 3 Window Heat D 2 0


System(s)

12. De-Fog System C 1 0

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P O
O ANDRRAIN
CPROTECTION
30- ICE
T
O N
N C
NO System(s)
13. Windshield Wiper C 2 0 May be inoperative provided airplane is
not operated in precipitation within
5 statute miles of airport of takeoff or
intended landing.
1) Park Function C 2 0 May be inoperative for all flight
conditions provided blade(s) can be
positioned in a location that will not
obstruct forward vision.
2) Intermittent Speed D 2 0
Function (-600/-800)
3) Low Speed Function C 2 0 May be inoperative provided associated
high speed function operates normally.

4) High Speed Function C 2 1 One may be inoperative provided


associated low speed function operates
normally.
C 2 0 May be inoperative provided both low
speed functions operate normally and
rain intensity is less than moderate.
DELETED REVISION 53

14. Reserved

15. Windshield Perimeter C 2 0


Heater(s)
16. Reserved

17. COWL ANTI-ICE Lights C 2 1 One may be inoperative provided


airplane is not operated in known or
forecast icing conditions.
C 2 1 (o)(m) One may be inoperative provided
associated Cowl anti-ice valve is locked
open

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4. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
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O ICERAND
C30- O RAIN
N T
O PROTECTION
N C18. Alpha Vane Heater
NO
C 2 0 (m) May be inoperative provided associated
Light Systems heater function is verified to operate
normally before each departure.
C 2 0 May be inoperative provided associated
heater is considered inoperative.
19. Drain Mast Heaters C 2 0 (m) May be inoperative provided water
supply to associated components is
secured off.
20. Ice Detection System D 1 0

21. Control Stand Wing C 2 0 (o) May be inoperative closed.


Anti-Ice Switches
C 2 0 (o) May be inoperative open.

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C31- T RO
O INDICATING /
O N
RECORDING SYSTEMS
N C1. Clocks
NO
C 2 1 One may be inoperative at either pilot or
copilot station.
1) Automatic UTC Update C 2 0 (o) May be inoperative provided manual
Function mode is set and operates normally.
2. Flight Data Recorder
System (FDR)
1) DAH A 1 0 May be inoperative provided:
a)Cockpit Voice Recorder (CVR)
operates normally,
b)Airplane is not dispatched from an
airport where repair can be made
unless;
1) FDR failure occurs after
pushback but prior to takeoff, or
2) FDR repair was attempted but
was not successful.
c) In those cases where repair is
attempted but not successful,
aircraft may be dispatched on a
flight or series of flights until next
designated airport where repair
must be accomplished prior to
dispatch, and
d) Repairs are made within three
flight days.

a) FDR Recording A - - Up to three(3) recording parameters may


Parameters be inoperative provided:
required by a) Cockpit Voice Recorder (CVR)
Regulation operates normally, and
b) Repairs are made within 20
calendar days

b) FDR Recording A - - May be inoperative provided repairs are


Parameters not made prior to completion of next heavy
required by maintenance visit.
Regulation
2) Reserved
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C O RO /
31- INDICATING
O
RECORDINGNT SYSTEMS
N C
NO Limit (EPRL) System
3. Engine Pressure Ratio Moved to MEL Item 34-41

4. Reserved

5. Cockpit Voice Recorder Moved to MEL Item 23-10.


(CVR) System
6. Reserved

7. Aircraft Condition D 1 0
Monitoring System
(ACMS)
1) Reserved

8. Common Display Note: CAT 2 & 3A approaches require 2


System (CDS) DEU to be operative (without source
transfer). Only one is required for CAT 1
approaches.
1) Display Units (DU)

a) Lower DU C 1 0 (o) May be inoperative provided:


a) All remaining DUs operate
normally, and
b) It is checked that engine display
can be switched to an alternate
DU.
b) Inboard DU A 2 1 (o) For EFIS/MAP configuration, one may be
inoperative provided:
a) It is checked that engine display
can be switched to an alternate
DU,
b) All navigation must be based on
ILS/VOR/DME, and
c) Repairs are made within one flight
day.
(Continued)

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C31- T RO
O INDICATING /
O N
RECORDING SYSTEMS
N C8. Common Display
NO System (CDS) (Contd)

2) CDS MAINT
Annunciation
a) PFD/ND B 2 0 May be dispatched with faults indicated
by CDS MAINT annunciation provided
CDS Operational Program Software
(OPS) P/N31111-HNP-01A-05 or later, is
installed.

b) EFIS/MAP A 2 0 May be dispatched with faults indicated


by CDS MAINT annunciation provided:
a) Captains Inboard DU operates
normally,
b) CDS Operational Program
Software (OPS) P/N31111-HNP-
01A-05 or later, is installed, and
c) Repairs are made within one flight
day.

9. Remote Light Sensor C 1 0 May be inoperative provided all manual


System display brightness controls operate
normally.
10. Speed Reference C 1 0 May be inoperative provided speeds can
Selector be set using CDU.

11. Reserved

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C O RO /
31- INDICATING
O
RECORDINGNT SYSTEMS
N C
NO
12. Reserved

13. Reserved

14. TAKEOFF CONFIG


Light

1) Reserved

2) Reserved

3) -600/-800 (upon C 2 1 (o) May be inoperative provided the


incorporation of Boeing associated CABIN ALTITUDE warning
Service Bulletin 737- light operates normally and flight crew
31A1332, or production performs a briefing on cabin altitude
equivalent 7T-VKD/KE/ warning indications and procedures
KF/KG/KH/KI/KJ/KK/KL before engine start for the first flight of
/KM/KN/KO/KP/KQ/KR) the day or following any change of either
flight crew member.

15. Reserved

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O LANDING
C32- T RO GEAR
1.O N
NC
Reserved

NO 2. Antiskid System

1) Reserved

2) (-600/-800) C 1 0 (o) (m) May be inoperative provided:


a) Associated Antiskid channel(s) is
deactivated, and
b) Operations are conducted in
compliance with AFM.
3. Parking Brake Valve C 1 0 (o) (m) May be inoperative closed provided:
a) Antiskid system is deactivated, and
b) Operations are conducted in
compliance with AFM inoperative
decrements.
4. Parking Brake Light

1) Reserved

2) Motor Operated Parking C 1 0 (m) May be inoperative provided parking


Brake Valve installed brake shutoff valve is verified to operate
normally.
3) Reserved

5. Reserved

6. Reserved

7. Automatic Brake System C 1 0 (m) May be inoperative provided system is


deactivated and secured.

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CO TROGEAR
32- LANDING
O NPedal Nose
C Steering System
8. Rudder
N
NO 1) Rotary Actuator
Wheel
C 1 0 (o) (m) May be inoperative deactivated in the
(-600/-800) disengage position provided:
a) Operation of associated systems
are not affected, and
b) All takeoffs and landings are
made by pilot with access to an
operating tiller.
9. Reserved

10. Alternate Antiskid C 2 0 (m) May be inoperative provided manual


Valves braking capability of alternate brake
system is verified on associated wheels.

11. Brake Temperature C 1 0 (o) May be inoperative provided AFM


Monitor System Maximum Quick Turnaround Weight
limitations are observed.
D 1 0 (o) May be inoperative provided:
a) AFM Maximum Quick Turnaround
Weight limitations are observed,
and
b) Procedures are not based on its
use.
12. Nose Wheel Steering C 1 0 (m) May be inoperative provided:
Switch a) Nose wheel steering is powered
by Hydraulic System A, and
b) Landing gear transfer valve is
verified to operate normally.

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O LANDING
C32- T RO GEAR
O N
N C13. Hydraulic Brake

NO
Pressure Indication
system
1) Reserved

2) (-600/-800)

a) Wheel Well Brake C 1 0 May be inoperative provided Flight deck


Accumulator Gauge brake pressure indicator operates
normally.
b) Flight Deck HYD C 1 0 (m) May be inoperative provided brake
BRAKE PRESS accumulator charge is verified normal
Indicator systems once each flight day.
14. Gear Retraction C 1 0 (o) May be inoperative provided:
Braking System a) After takeoff, landing gear
remains extended for two minutes
before retraction, and
b) Takeoff performance is based on
Landing Gear Extended.
15. Landing Gear Selector C 1 0 (o)(m) May be inoperative provided it is
Valve Bypass Module deactivated in normal position.

16. Landing Gear Actuation B 1 0 (o)(m) May be inoperative provided:


System a) Inoperative components are
secured by an accepted
procedure,
b) Landing gear are secured in
down position, and
c) Airplane is dispatched in
accordance with AFM Gear
Extended Appendix.

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CO TROGEAR
32- LANDING
O N Switch
C
17. Proximity
N
O
Electronics Unit (PSEU)
N System and
Supplemental Proximity
Sensor Electronics Unit

1) PSEU Fault C 1 0 (m) May be dispatched with faults indicated


by PSEU light provided PSEU is
checked for faults before each departure.

C 1 0 May be dispatched with faults indicated


by PSEU light provided PSEU light can
be extinguished. See ATA 32 page 4a.

2) PSEU Light C 1 0 (m) May be inoperative provided PSEU is


checked for faults before each departure.
3) Reserved

18. Landing Gear Alternate B 1 0 (o)(m) May be inoperative provided:


Extension System a) Inoperative Components are
secured by associated DDG
procedure, and
b) Landing gear are secured in
down position, and
c) Airplane is dispatched in
accordance with AFM Gear
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P O to the PSEU through the forward access door.
C-OGainTR access
O N for the PSEU Part Number (P/N) on the identification plate of the PSEU:
N C
- Check
NO a) If PSEU P/N: 285A1600-4 is installed, PSEU light can be extinguished by
pressing Master Caution Light.
b) If PSEU P/N: 285A1600-5 or later is installed, PSEU light can be extinguished
by setting the parking brake or shutting down both engines.
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32-C NT GEAR
LANDING
O
C Landing Gear
N
O Uplock Springs
19. Main B 4 3 (o)(m) One spring on one main gear Uplock
N mechanism may be missing provided
landing gear lever remains in UP position
for duration of flight until gear extension
is required.

20. Landing Gear Frangible C 2 0 (m) May be broken or missing provided fitting
Fitting is replaced with a hydraulic cap
assembly.

21. Flap Landing Warning C 1 0 (m) Switch contacts normally in use may be
Switch, S138 inoperative provided:
a) S138 switch is rewired using an
alternate set of contacts, and
b) PSEU BITE is used to verify
normal operation of S138 switch.

22. Reserved

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1.O
N
N C Deck/Flight
Cockpit/Flight C 4 2 Individual lights may be inoperative

NO
provided :
Compartment and a) Remaining Lighting System lights
Instrument Lighting are sufficient to clearly illuminate
System all required instruments, controls
and other devices for which it is
provided,
b) Remaining Lighting System lights
are positioned so that direct rays
are shielded from flight
crewmembers eyes and,
c) Lighting configuration and
intensity is acceptable to the flight
crew.
Note 1: Individual button/switch lights
and/or annunciation/indications
are excluded from this relief.
Note 2: Unaided operation (without
NVGs) may be permitted with
inoperative NVG supplemental
lights; cracked or missing filters.
2. Cabin Interior
Illumination
1) Reserved

2) Passenger and Combi C - - Individual lights may be inoperative


Configurations With provided:
Photoluminescent a) Sufficient lighting remains for
Emergency Escape cabin attendants/cargo couriers to
Path Marking Systems perform their duties, and
b) Remaining lighting is sufficient to
charge Photoluminescent
Emergency Escape Path Marking
System.

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O N
N C
3. Passenger Lighted

NO Notice System
Information Signs and

1) NO SMOKING C 57 - (m) May be inoperative provided:


/FASTEN SEAT a) Associated passenger seat or
BELT/RETURN TO lavatory is not occupied from which a
SEAT Signs passenger lighted information sign is
not readily legible is not occupied,
and
b) Associated seat or lavatory is blocked
and placarded - DO NOT OCCUPY.
NOTE: These conditions are not
intended to prohibit lavatory use
or inspections by crewmembers.
C 57 - (o) May be inoperative and associated
passenger
seat or lavatory may be occupied
provided:
a) PA system operates normally, and
b) PA system is used to notify
passengers and cabin crew when
associated sign(s) are placed on or
off.
2) Reserved
3) Aural Tone System C 1 0
4) Flight Deck Automatic C 1 0 (o) May be inoperative provided:
Function a) Manual control function operates
normally, and
b) The following procedures are
established and used: The captain
must determine and give the cabin
crew adequate instructions when the
cabin crew must notify the
passengers when seat belts must be
fastened, smoking is prohibited, and
when passengers should return to
their seats from the lavatory.

B737-800 7T-VJJ/JK/JL/JM/JN
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O LIGHTS
C33- T RO
O N
N C Information Signs and
3. Passenger Lighted

NO Notice System
1) NO SMOKING C 55 - (m) May be inoperative provided:
/FASTEN SEAT a) Associated passenger seat or
BELT/RETURN TO lavatory is not occupied from which a
SEAT Signs passenger lighted information sign is
not readily legible is not occupied,
and
b) Associated seat or lavatory is blocked
and placarded - DO NOT OCCUPY.
NOTE: These conditions are not
intended to prohibit lavatory use
or inspections by crewmembers.
C 55 - (o) May be inoperative and associated
passenger seat or lavatory may be
occupied provided:
a) PA system operates normally, and
b) PA system is used to notify
passengers and cabin crew when
associated sign(s) are placed on or
off.
2) Reserved
3) Aural Tone System C 1 0

4) Flight Deck Automatic C 1 0 (o) May be inoperative provided:


Function a) Manual control function operates
normally, and
b) The following procedures are
established and used: The captain
must determine and give the cabin
crew adequate instructions when the
cabin crew must notify the
passengers when seat belts must be
fastened, smoking is prohibited, and
when passengers should return to
their seats from the lavatory.

B737-800 7T-VJO/JP/KA/KB/KC/KD/KE/KF/KG/KH/KI/KJ/KK/KL/KM/KN/KO/KP/KQ/KR
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T
LIGHTS
O N
N C
3. Passenger Lighted

NO Notice System
Information Signs and

1) NO SMOKING C 39 - (m) May be inoperative provided:


/FASTEN SEAT a) Associated passenger seat or
BELT/RETURN TO lavatory from which a passenger
SEAT Signs lighted information sign is not readily
legible is not occupied, and
b) Associated seat or lavatory is blocked
and placarded - DO NOT OCCUPY.
NOTE: These conditions are not
intended to prohibit lavatory use
or inspections by crewmembers.
C 39 - (o) May be inoperative and associated
passenger
seat or lavatory may be occupied
provided:
a) PA system operates normally, and
b) PA system is used to notify
passengers and cabin crew when
associated sign(s) are placed on or
off.
2) Reserved
3) Aural Tone System C 1 0

4) Flight Deck Automatic C 1 0 (o) May be inoperative provided:


Function a) Manual control function operates
normally, and
b) The following procedures are
established and used: The captain
must determine and give the cabin
crew adequate instructions when the
cabin crew must notify the
passengers when seat belts must be
fastened, smoking is prohibited, and
when passengers should return to
their seats from the lavatory.

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O LIGHTS
C33- T RO
O N
N C Compartment Light
4. Lower Cargo C 2 0

NO Systems (Fwd/Aft)
1) Reserved
2) Light Lens (-800 prior to C 18 - May be broken/missing provided
incorporation of Boeing associated light bulb is removed.
Service Bulletins 737-
26-1121 and 737-26-
1122, and either 737-
21-1135 or 737-21-
1163 or their production
equivalents 7T-
VJM/JN/)
3) Light Lens (-800 upon C 18 - Any number from aft lower cargo
incorporation of Boeing compartment and one from forward
Service Bulletins 737- lower cargo compartment may be
26-1121 and 737-26- broken/missing provided associated light
1122, and either 737- bulb is removed.
21-1135 or 737-21-
1163 or their production
equivalents 7T-VJJ/JK/
JL/JO/JP/KA/KB/KC/KD
/KE/KF/KG/KH/KI/KJ/KK
/KL/KM/KN/KO/KP/KQ/
5. High Intensity or Strobe
Lights System
1) All Models C 1 0
2) Reserved
6. Anti-Collision Beacons C 2 0 May be inoperative for night operations
provided wing tip and tail strobe lights
are installed and operate normally.
C 2 0 May be inoperative for day operations.
1) Blended Winglet
a) Reserved
b) (-800 with Light Deleted Revision 45 a. Incorporated into
Fence) Item 33-6.
c) Reserved
d) Reserved
2) Reserved

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33- LIGHTS
O NCargo
N C
4. Lower C 2 0

NO Systems (Fwd/Aft)
Compartment Light

1) Reserved
2) Reserved

3) Light Lens (-600 upon C 11 - Any number from aft lower cargo
incorporation of Boeing compartment and one from forward
Service Bulletins 737- lower cargo compartment may be
26-1121 and 737-26- broken/missing provided associated light
1122, and either 737- bulb is removed.
21-1135 or 737-21-
1163 or their production
equivalents 7T-
VJQ/JR/JS/JT/JU)

5. High Intensity or Strobe


Lights System
1) All Models C 1 0
2) Reserved

6. Reserved

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O LIGHTS
C33- T RO
O N
NC
7. Wing Illumination Lights C 2 0 (o) May be inoperative provided ground

NO
deicing procedures do not require their
use.
1) Reserved

8. Landing Lights
1) With Retractable C 4 2 One may be inoperative on each side
Landing Lights provided one of the two operating lights
is in fixed position.
C 4 0 May be inoperative for day operations.
a) Retractable Light C 2 0 (o) (m) May be inoperative provided:
Extend/Retract a) Light is in extended position,
Motors b) Light illuminates normally, and
c) Appropriate performance
adjustments are applied.
C 2 0 (o) May be inoperative provided:
a) Associated light is considered
inoperative, and
b) Appropriate performance
adjustments are applied when
associated light is not in the fully
retracted position.

b) Pulse Light System D 1 0

2) Reserved

9. Taxi Light
1) Nose Gear Taxi Light C 1 0
2) Reserved

10. Runway Turn Off Lights C 2 0

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33- LIGHTS
O N
C
11.Wing
N
Tip Position Lights C 4 0 May be inoperative for day Operations.

NO
DELETED revision 55. (One or both
white wing tip position lights may be
inoperative for night operations provided
wing tip strobe lights are installed and
operate normally).

1) Light Bulbs/ Lamps C 8 4 Any except following minimum may be


(Without Blended inoperative for night operations:
Winglet, Blended a) One stationary red wing tip bulb,
Winglet with Dual Glass b) One stationary green wing tip bulb,
Lens) and
c) One stationary white tail light bulb
at each wing tip position.

2) Reserved

12. Door Locked Light C 1 0 May be inoperative provided locking


(Flight Deck to Cabin) function operates normally.

13. Reserved

14. Exterior Emergency B 1 0 May be inoperative for day operations


Lighting System

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O LIGHTS
C33- T RO
O N
N C15. Interior Emergency Exit
NO Lighting System
1) Reserved

2) Emergency Aisle Lights C - - Light assemblies installed above aisle


may be inoperative provided no two
adjacent (opposite side) light assemblies
are inoperative.

3) Reserved

4) Flight Deck Exit Light C 1 0 May be inoperative for day operations.

16. System annunciator C - - (o) One light may be inoperative for an


Lights, Left and Right operating system. See ATA33 P6a
(Pilots Light Shield) OPERATION I.
C - - May be inoperative for an associated
inoperative system.

17. Flight deck Master C - - (o) May be inoperative provided intended


Lights Test and function of associated light(s) is verified
Individual Lights once each flight day. See ATA33 P6a
Press-to-Test Features OPERATION II

18. Wheel Well Lights

1) Dome Lights C 3 0

2) Inspection Flood Lights

a) Reserved

b) (-600/-800) D 2 0

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ITEM 16:
OPERATIONS I (O):

P IE LEE
CO TRO
1. Check that associated system indicator light(s) on associated panel is operating
normally.

2. ON
IfCthe MASTER CAUTION light illuminates with none of the annunciator lights
O N illuminated, it can be assumed that the system with the placard LIGHT INOP is
N affected.

3. Just prior to descent, check the associated panel for any light indications
associated with the inoperative system annunciator light(s).

ITEM 17:
OPERATIONS II (O):

1. If master test feature fails to illuminate a light(s), press the affected light(s) and
confirm push-to-test feature causes the bulb(s) to illuminate.

2. If individual push-to-test feature also fails to illuminate a light(s), perform an


appropriate operational or system test and verify the affected light illuminated as
intended.
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C33-
5. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

N T
LIGHTS
C O
N
O 19. Floor Proximity
N Emergency Escape
Path Marking System
1) Reserved

2) Photoluminescent C - - Photoluminescent elements: Less than


Lighting System 10% of any 48-inch (1,22m) length can
be missing, stained or damaged.
(M) Flush Track Cover: Less than 10% of
any 48-inch (1,22m) length can be
stained, cracked or damaged. Missing or
damaged edge flanges acceptable
provided inner elements remain secure.
Note1: The inoperative overhead ceiling
lights cannot exceed more than 10
percent of the total quantity of ceiling
lights AND no more than two adjacent
lamps in the longitudinal or lateral
direction can be inoperative.
Note2: All sidewall mounted Exit
assemblies are required.
Tha sidewall mounted Exit Lights is
considered inoperative if more than 50%
of the bulbs are inoperative.
Sidewall mounted Exit Lights are located
near the airplane exits.

3) Reserved

20. LOGO Light System D 1 0

21. Reserved

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33- LIGHTS
O N
N C
22. Reserved
NO 23. Master Dim System B 1 0 Dim function may be inoperative
provided:
a) TEST and BRT functions operate
normally,
b) Except during light test, switch is
placed in BRT, and
c) Light intensity is acceptable to
flight crew.
24. Reserved

25. Service Area Light C 29 0


Systems (Nose,
Electrical Equipment,
Air Conditioning, Aft
Accessory, APU,
Tailcone Compartments
and Fueling Panel)
D 29 0 May be inoperative for day operations.

26. Reserved

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C34- T RO
O NAVIGATION
O N
N C Indications
1. Mach/Airspeed

NO 1) Mach Indications C 2 1 One may be inoperative provided one


Mach/Airspeed warning and Mach trim
system operates normally.
a) Reserved

b) (-600/-800) C 2 0 May be inoperative provided:


a) Airplane remains at or below FL
280, and
b) Airspeed remains at or below 320
KIAS.
2) Reserved

3) Reserved

4) Reserved

5) Reserved

6) Reserved

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34- NAVIGATION
O N
C
2. Mach/Airspeed
N Systems
Warning

N O
1) Maximum Operating C 2 1 One may be inoperative provided clacker
Speed Indication warning system operates normally and is
independent from Mach Indicator.
2) Clacker

a) Reserved

b) (-600/-800) C 2 1

B 2 0 Systems may be inoperative provided:


a) Both Mach indicators operate
normally,
b) 330 KIAS/.76 Mach airspeed
limitations are observed, and
c) If overspeed warning occurs earlier
than scheduled during flight, speed
must remain below point at which the
warning occurs.
B 2 0 Systems may be inoperative provided:
a) Both Mach indicators operate
normally,
b) 330 KIAS/.76 Mach airspeed
limitations are observed, and
c) If overspeed warning occurs
below .76 Mach,system must be
deactivated by pulling the associated
circuit breaker and observe speed
limits.

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O NAVIGATION
O N
NC
3. Altimeter Vibrators

NO 1) Servo-Pneumatic C 2 1 One may be inoperative provided


associated air data computer operates
normally.
2) Pneumatic C 2 1 One may be inoperative provided VMC
exists at departure and arrival airports.
3) Pneumatic C 1 0 May be inoperative provided VMC exists
(With Electric/ at departure and arrival airports.
Electronic Altimeter)
4) One Pneumatic and one C 2 1 Servo-Pneumatic may be inoperative
Servo-Pneumatic provided associated air data computer
operates normally.
C 2 1 Pneumatic may be inoperative provided
VMC exists at departure and arrival
airports.
5) Standby Altimeter C 1 0 May be inoperative provided VMC exists
Vibrator (With Electric/ at departure and arrival airports.
Electronic Altimeter)
4. Static Air Temperature D 1 0
Indication
5. Total Air Temperature C 1 0 May be inoperative provided an alternate
Indication air temperature indication (e.g. PDCS,
FMCS, RAT, SAT) operates normally.
6. Altitude Director Delete prior to revision 27.
Indicators (ADI)
7. Standby Horizon
Indicator
1) Standby Attitude B 1 0 May be inoperative provided:
Indicator a) Operations are conducted in Day
VMC only, and
b) Operations are not conducted into
known or forecast Over-The-Top
conditions.
2) ILS Indication D 1 0

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34- NAVIGATION
O N
C
8. Angle of Attack
NIndications
C 2 0 NOTE: Aircraft on which Angle of Attack

N O Indications are installed are: 7T-


VKD/KE/KF/KG/KH/KI/KJ
9. Reserved

10. Reserved

11. Non-Stabilized B 1 0 (o) May be inoperative provided any


Magnetic Compass combination of three gyro or INS (IRU)
stabilized compass systems are
operative.
B 1 0 (o) May be inoperative provided:
a) Any combination of two gyro or
INS (IRU) stabilized compass
systems are operative, and
b) Airplane is operated with dual
independent navigation capability
and under positive radar control
by ATC on the enroute portion of
flight.
C 1 0 (o) May be inoperative for flights that are
entirely within areas of magnetic
unreliability provided two stabilized
directional gyro systems are installed,
operative, and used in conjunction with
free gyro navigation techniques.
12. Flight Director Systems C 2 0 May be inoperative provided approach
minimums do not require its use.
13. Distance Measuring D 2 1 One may be inoperative provided:
Equipment Systems a) One ADF, two VORs or
alternative approved navigational
equipment are operative, and
b) Operational procedures do not
require their use.
14. Marker Beacon C 1 0 May be inoperative provided approach
Receiver System minimums do not require its use.

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C34- T RO
O NAVIGATION
O N
N C15. Weather Radar

NO
1) Weather radar with B 1 0 (o) May be inoperative provided:
Windshear Detection a) The aircraft is not dispatched in
and Avoidance System IFR or at night VFR in areas
(Predictive) installed. where weather reports indicate
thunderstorms or other potentially
hazardous weather conditions
that can be detected by weather
radar or may be expected to exist
along the route or if the airspace
requires its use
b) Alternate procedures are
established and used, see ATA34
P5a.
C 1 0 (o) May be inoperative provided:
a) Takeoffs and landings are not
conducted in known or forecast
windshear conditions.
b) Alternate procedures are
established and used, see ATA34
P5a.
c) Windshear Warning and Guidance
System (Reactive) operates
normally.

2) Reserved
3) Reserved
4) Reserved
5) Stabilization Function C 1 0 (m) May be inoperative provided:
a) Manual tilt control operates
normally, and
b) Antenna is verified to scan in a
horizontal plane with tilt at zero
degrees.
16. Radio Compass D 2 1 One may be inoperative provided one
Systems (ADF) DME and one VOR are operative and
operational procedures are not based
upon ADF signals only.

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ITEM 15:
PIE (O) L EE
RO
OPERATIONS
CO Tawareness
1.
N
Increase of airplane configuration, altitude and flight path.
Oincludes use of all airplane systems available (Autopilot, Autoland,
N C
This

N2.O
ILS, FMCS).
Review of Minimum Enroute Altitudes (MEA) and altitude call-outs.
3. Review following procedures:
The windshear warning and guidance system consists of the Windshear
Mode of the Ground Proximity Warning System, Go-Around Switches and
Flight Director System: Faults in any of these systems may affect the
operation of the windshear warning and guidance system.
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O RO
C34-
5. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

N T
NAVIGATION
O
C17. VHF Navigation
O N Systems (VOR/ILS)
N 1) Reserved
2) Reserved
3) (-600/ -800)
a) VOR System D 2 1 Any in excess of one (01), and not powered
by a Standby Bus, may be inoperative
provided:
1) ADF system is operative, and
2) ADF coverage is assured, and
3) Associated DME is operative.
For B-RNAV, ATC must be informed prior to
dispatch.
b) ILS System D 2 1 Any in excess one (01), and not powered by
a Standby Bus, may be inoperative provided
approach minimums do not require its use.
Note: Both ILS receivers (with valid
indication) need to be operative for CAT 2
& 3A approaches. For a CAT 1 approach,
only the ILS (with indication) on the PF side
needs to be operative.
c) Auto tune Function DELETED MMEL Rev 52.
18. ATC Transponders and B 2 0 May be inoperative provided:
Automatic Altitude a) Operations do not require its use,
Reporting System and
b) Prior to flight, approval is obtained
from ATC facilities having jurisdiction
over planned route of flight.
D 2 1 One must be operative.

1) Elementary and A 8 0 May be inoperative provided:


Enhanced downlink a) Operations do not require its use, and
Aircraft Reportable b) Repairs are made prior to completion of
Parameters next heavy maintenance visit.

2) ADS-B Squitter C 2 0 (o) May be inoperative provided alternate


Transmissions procedures are established and used.
(Aircraft equipped: 7TV- OPERATIONS (O):
KA/KB/KC/KD/KE/KF/ Permission is obtained from Air Navigation
KG/KH/KI/KJ/KK) Service Provider(s) when it is required for
the intended route.
NOTE: Any ADS-B Out function that
operates normally may be used.
D 2 0 May be inoperative provided enroute
operations do not require its use.
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O N
C
19. Reserved
N
NO
20. Radio Altimeter
Systems
1) Receiver/ Transmitters Note: CAT 2 & 3A approaches require
both Radio Altimeters to be operative.
For a CAT 1 approach only one RA is
required.
a) Reserved
b) Reserved
c) (-600/-800) C 2 1 (o) (m) May be inoperative deactivated provided:
a) Approach minimums or operating
procedures do not require its use,
b) Associated autopilot is not used
for approach and landing, and
c) Autothrottle is not used for
approach and landing, and
d) Associated Flight director is not
used for approach and landing.

2) Indications C 2 0 (o) (m) May be inoperative provided:


a) Associated receiver/transmitter is
verified to operate normally, and
b) Approach minimums or operating
procedures do not require its use.

21. Reserved

22. Reserved

23. True Airspeed C 2 0


Indication

24. Reserved

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NUMBERS 3. NUMBER INSTALLED
4. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
E EE
ITEM

P I L
5. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C34- T RO
O NAVIGATION
O N
N C25. Altitude Alerting A 1 0 (o) May be inoperative provided:

NO
System a) Autopilot with altitude hold, and
altitude capture operates normally,
b) Enroute operation, i.e. RVSM, do not
require its use,
c) Airplane does not depart from a
designated airport where repair or
replacement can be made, and
d) Repairs are made within 3 flight
days.

1) Aural Alert C 2 0 May be inoperative provided:


a) Visual alert operates normally, and
b) Auto-pilot with altitude hold and
altitude capture operates normally.
2) Visual Alert C 2 0 May be inoperative provided:
a) Aural alert operates normally, and
b) Auto-pilot with altitude hold and
altitude capture operates normally.
26. Terrain Awareness and
Warning System (TAWS)
1) Ground Proximity A 1 0 (o) May be inoperative provided:
Warning System a) Alternate procedures are established
(GPWS) and used, see ATA34 P9a. And,
b) Repairs and made within two flight
days

a) Modes 1 thru 4 A 4 0 (o) May be inoperative provided:


a) Alternate procedures are established
and used, see ATA34 P9a. And,
b) Repairs and made within two flight
days

b) Test Mode A 1 0 (o) May be inoperative provided:


a) GPWS is considered inoperative,
b) Repairs and made within two flight
days

(Continued)

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NUMBERS 3. NUMBER INSTALLED
4. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
E EE
ITEM

P I L
5. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

CO TRO
34- NAVIGATION
O N Awareness and
C
26. Terrain
N
NO (TAWS) (Contd)
Warning System

1) Ground Proximity
Warning System
(GPWS) (Contd)
c) Glideslope C 2 1
Deviation(s)
(Mode 5)
B 2 0
d) Advisory Callouts B 1 0 (o) May be inoperative provided alternate
procedures are established and used.
See ATA34 P9a.

e) Windshear Warning B 1 0 (o) May be inoperative provided alternate


and Flight Guidance procedures are established and used.
Mode (Reactive) See ATA34 P9a.
Note: DAH alternate procedures should
include reviewing windshear avoidance
and windshear recovery procedures.
C 1 0 (o) May be inoperative provided:
a) Alternate procedures are established
and used, see ATA34 P9a. And,
b) Windshear Detection and Avoidance
System (Predective) operates
normaly.

2) Terrain System B 1 0 (o) May be inoperative provided alternate


Forward Looking procedures are established and used.
Terrain Avoidance OPERATIONS (O):
(FLTA) and Premature Crew uses charts to review Minimum En-
Descent Alert (PDA) route Altitudes.
Functions

3) Terrain Displays B 1 0
a) Reserved
4) Runway Awareness and C 1 0
Advisory System (RAAS)

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ITEM 26:
OPERATIONSE(O)
P IE LE
1. T ROawareness of airplane configuration, altitude and flight path.
COIncrease
O N includes use of all airplane systems available (Autopilot, Autoland,
This
N C ILS, FMCS).
NO
2. Review of Minimum Enroute Altitudes (MEA) and altitude call-outs.
3. Review procedures QRH MAN.1.4/5
4. Review the following procedures:
The windshear warning and guidance system consists of the Windshear
Mode of the Ground Proximity Warning System, Go-Around Switches and
Flight Director System: Faults in any of these systems may affect the
operation of the windshear warning and guidance system.
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P IEITEM LEE 4. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

O RO 5. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

34-C NT
NAVIGATION
C O
O N
27. Reserved
N 28. Reserved
29. Reserved
30. Reserved
31. Speed Cursor Remote C 1 0
Drive
32. Instrument Transfer C 1 0 (o) May be inoperative provided:
Switching System a) Associated instruments operate
normally from isolated sources,
and
b) Inoperative switches are not
moved during flight.
33. Reserved

34. Standby Altimeter Moved to Item 34-3 prior to Revision 30


Vibrator
35. Inertial Reference B 2 1 (o) One may be inoperative provided:
Systems (IRS) a) Remaining IRS operates
normally and is used for both
Attitude Indications and Both
HSIs,
b) Flight is Restricted to day VMC,
c) Standby Magnetic Compass
operates normally,
d) Standby Horizon Indicator or
ISFD attitude display operates
normally,
e) Both Vertical Speed Indications
are switched to remaining IRS,
if required, and
f) Autopilots (any mode) are not
used.
1) IRS Data Display C 1 0 May be inoperative provided one
(Aft Overhead Panel) FMCS CDU operates normally.
2) Reserved

3) IRS Ground Crew Call C 1 0


Horn

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NUMBERS 3. NUMBER INSTALLED
4. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
E EE
ITEM

P I L
5. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C34- T RO
O NAVIGATION
O N
N C36. Flight Management

NO
Computer System
(FMCS)
1) Reserved
2) (-600/-800)
a) FMC Alert Lights C 2 1 One may be inoperative provided FMC is
not used for autopilot guidance during
approach.
C 2 0 May be inoperative provided FMC is not
used for autopilot guidance.
b) Computer C 2 1 One may be inoperative for B-RNAV
area operations, and ATC must be
informed prior to dispatch.
(1) Reserved
(2) -600/-800 C 2 0 May be inoperative provided:
a) IRS display unit (on aft overhead
panel) operates normally, and
b) Speed Reference Selector
operates normally.
Note: One FMC is required for the
operation on BRNAV routes. For PRNAV
both FMCs are required for dispatch
c) CDU/MCDU C 2 1 May be inoperative provided enroute
procedures do not require its use.
C 2 0 May be inoperative provided:
a) IRS display unit (on aft overhead
panel) operates normally, and
b) Unit is not required to meet
navigation requirements.
Note: One CDU is required for the
operation on BRNAV routes. For PRNAV
both CDUs are required for dispatch

(Continued)

DAH ALL
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1. SYSTEM AND SEQUENCE 2. RECTIFICATION INTERVAL


NUMBERS 3. NUMBER INSTALLED
4. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
E EE
ITEM

P I L
5. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

CO TRO
34- NAVIGATION
O NManagement
C
36. Flight
N
NO (FMCS) (Contd)
Computer System

2) (-600/-800) (Contd)
d) Alternate Navigation
Control Display Unit
(ANCDU)
(1) Reserved
(2) Reserved
e) Navigation C 2 0 (o) May be out of currency provided:
Databases a) Current aeronautical charts are
used to verify navigation fixes
prior to dispatch,
b) Procedures are established and
used to verify status and suitability
of navigation facilities used to
define route of flight, see ATA34
P12a OPERATIONS I. And,
c) Approach navigation radios are
manually tuned and identified.
C 2 1 Must be current for P-RNAV (RNP)
approach and terminal (arrival/departure)
operations
f) Reserved
3) Reserved
4) Reserved
37. Windshear Warning B 1 0 (o) May be inoperative provided alternate
and Flight Guidance procedures included in OPERATIONS II
System (Reactive) (see ATA34 P12a) are used.

C 1 0 (o) May be inoperative provided:


a) Alternate procedures included in
OPERATIONS II (see ATA34 P12a)
are used, and
b) Windshear Detection and Avoidance
System (Predictive) operates normally

38. Pitch Limit Indication C 2 0


(PLI)
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ITEM 36:
IE LEI E(O):
OPERATIONS
P
C O Rwith
Dispatch O inoperative or expired Navigational Database:
1. O NT flight plan into FMCS (waypoints, etc.) using standard FMCS
Enter
N C procedures.
NO 2. Cross check FMCS waypoints using current flight crew navigation charts.
3. Manually tune and identify approach navigation radios.

ITEM 37:
OPERATIONS II (O):
1. The windshear warning and guidance system consists of the
Windshear Mode of the Ground Proximity Warning System, Go-Around
Switches and Flight Director System: Faults in any of these systems
may affect the operation of the windshear warning and guidance
system.
2. Increase awareness of airplane configuration, altitude and flight path.
This includes use of all airplane systems available (autopilot, autoland,
ILS, FMCS).
3. Review Minimum Enroute Altitudes (MEAs), MORA, MSA and altitude
call-outs.
4. Review applicable Supplementary Procedures, FCOM1 and windshear
avoidance & recovery procedures in QRH (Manoeuvers).
5. Crew should ask for ATC and/or pilot reports of windshear when expected.
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NUMBERS

IEITEM LEE
3. NUMBER INSTALLED

P
4. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

C O RO 5. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

O NT
34- NAVIGATION
N C
NO 39. EFIS Speed Tape DELETED REVISION 50. MOVED TO
34-1 SUBITEM.
40. Traffic Collision and B 1 0 (m) May be inoperative provided:
Avoidance System a) System is deactivated and
(TCAS) secured, and
b) Enroute or approach procedures
do not require its use.
C 1 0 (m) May be inoperative provided:
a) Not required by overflied contries
regulations,
b) System is deactivated and
secured, and
c) Enroute or approach procedures
do not require its use.
1) Combined Traffic Alert C 2 1 May be inoperative on non-flying pilot
(TA) and Resolution side provided:
Advisory (RA) Dual a) TA and RA visual display is
Display operative on flying pilot side, and
b) TA and RA audio function is
operative on flying pilot side.

2) Resolution Advisory C 2 1 May be inoperative on non-flying pilot


(RA) Display System(s) side.
C 2 0 (o) May be inoperative provided:
a) Traffic Alert (TA) visual display
and audio functions are operative,
b) TA only mode is selected by crew,
and
c) Enroute or approach procedures
do not require its use.
3) Traffic Alert (TA) C 2 0 (o) May be inoperative provided:
Display System(s) a) RA visual display and audio
functions are operative, and
b) Enroute or approach procedures
do not require its use.
4) Audio Functions B 1 0 May be inoperative provided enroute or
approach procedures do not require use
of TCAS.
5) Reserved

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1. SYSTEM AND SEQUENCE 2. RECTIFICATION INTERVAL


NUMBERS 3. NUMBER INSTALLED
4. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
E EE
ITEM

P I L
5. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C34- T RO
O NAVIGATION
O N
N C41. Reserved

NO 42. Radio Magnetic Indicators


(RMI)

1) Reserved

2) Reserved

3) (-600/-800)

a) EFIS/Map C 3 1 Two may be inoperative provided


Captains RMI or Standby RMI operates
normally.
b) PFD/ND C 1 0 Standby RMI may be inoperative
provided Captains Inboard DU is
connected to Standby Power.
43. Radio Height Alert D 2 0

44. Reserved

45. Global Positioning C 2 0 (o) May be inoperative provided alternate


System (GPS) procedures are established and used.
OPERATIONS (O):
In order to conduct polar operations, the
HDG REF switch must be installed, and
one FMC, one CDU, and GPS-L must be
operational for dispatch
Note: One DME or GPS is required for
the operation over BRNAV routes. For
PRNAV any combination of two sensors
(DME/GPS) is required.

46. Reserved

47. ILS Beam Deviation C 2 0 May be inoperative provided approach


Lights minimums do not require their use.

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NUMBERS 3. NUMBER INSTALLED
4. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
E EE
ITEM

P I L
5. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

CO TRO
34- NAVIGATION
O N
N C
48. EFIS Control Panel
O
N 1) Reserved
2) Reserved

3) Decision Height/Mins C 2 0 May be inoperative provided approach


Selector procedures do not require its use.
4) Map Switches
a) POS C 2 1

b) STA C 2 1

c) ARPT C 2 1

d) DATA C 2 1

e) WPT C 2 1

49. Right IRS DC Power B 1 0 (o) May be inoperative provided:


Supply System a) Remaining IRS Mode Selector
Unit lights are not illuminated, and
b) Autopilot dual channel mode is
not used during approach.

50. ILS System Deleted in Revision 37, relief


incorporated into Item34-17.
51. Reserved

52. Reserved

53. Reserved

DAH ALL
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NUMBERS 3. NUMBER INSTALLED
4. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
E EE
ITEM

P I L
5. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS
O
O NAVIGATION
C34-
54. N TR Standby
OSystems
Integrated

N C
NO
1) Integrated Standby Flight
Display (ISFD)
a) Attitude Display B 1 0 May be inoperative provided:
a) Operations are conducted in Day
VMC only, and
b) Operations are not conducted into
known or forecast Over-The-Top
conditions.
b) ILS Indication D 1 0
c) Heading Display C 1 0
d) Reserved
e) Dedicated Battery C 1 0

2) Reserved

3) Reserved

55. Vertical Situation D 1 0 May be inoperative provided procedures


Display (VSD) System do not require its use.
Note: AIR ALGERIE procedures are not
based on the use of this system.

56. Reserved

57. Reserved

B737-800 7T-VKD/KE/KF/KG/KH/KI/KJ/KK/KL/KM/KN/KO/KP/KQ/KR
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NUMBERS 3. NUMBER INSTALLED
4. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
E EE
ITEM

P I L
5. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

CO TRStandby
34- NAVIGATION O
O N
54. Integrated

N C
Systems

NO1) Reserved
2) Reserved

3) Reserved

55. Reserved
56. Reserved

57. Reserved

DAH ALL except VKD/KE/KF/KG/KH/KI/KJ/KK/KL/KM/KN/KO/KP/KQ/KR


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1. SYSTEM AND SEQUENCE 2. RECTIFICATION INTERVAL


NUMBERS 3. NUMBER INSTALLED
4. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
E EE
ITEM

P I L
5. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

O OXYGEN
C35- T RO
O N
NC
1. Crew Oxygen System Deleted prior to Revision 27.

NO
2. Passenger Service Units B 54 - (m) May be inoperative provided:
(PSUs) a) Associated seats are blocked and
placarded to prevent occupancy,
and
b) Units operate normally for all
usable lavatory and flight
attendant locations.
1) Automatic Presentation C 1 0 (o) (m) May be inoperative provided:
a) Alternate deployment system is
verified to operate normally, and
b) Airplane remains at or below FL
300.
2) Door Latches B 54 - (m) Automatic opening feature of door
latch(es) may be inoperative unlatched,
and taped closed provided:
a) PSU oxygen system operates
normally,
b) Flight remains at or below FL
250, and
c) Passenger(s) occupying seat(s)
with the inoperative door latch(es)
are briefed on oxygen mask
procedure.
3. Oxygen Pressure
Indicators
1) Flight Deck Crew C 1 0 (m) May be inoperative check external crew
Oxygen Indicator oxygen cylindre pressure indicator prior
to each take-off and verify that oxygen
supply is above minimum requirements
for dispatch.
2) Reserved

3) Reserved

4) Reserved

5) Overpressure C 1 0 (o) May be damaged or missing.


Discharge Indication
Disk
B737-800 7T-VJJ/JK/JL/JM/JN
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1. SYSTEM AND SEQUENCE 2. RECTIFICATION INTERVAL


NUMBERS 3. NUMBER INSTALLED
4. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
E EE
ITEM

P I L
5. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

CO TRO
35- OXYGEN
O N
N C
1. Crew Oxygen System Deleted prior to Revision 27.

NO (PSUs)
2. Passenger Service Units B 52 - (m) May be inoperative provided:
a) Associated seats are blocked and
placarded to prevent occupancy,
and
b) Units operate normally for all
usable lavatory and flight
attendant locations.
1) Automatic Presentation C 1 0 (o) (m) May be inoperative provided:
a) Alternate deployment system is
verified to operate normally, and
b) Airplane remains at or below FL
300.
2) Door Latches B 52 - (m) Automatic opening feature of door
latch(es) may be inoperative unlatched,
and taped closed provided:
a) PSU oxygen system operates
normally,
b) Flight remains at or below FL 250,
and
c) Passenger(s) occupying seat(s)
with the inoperative door latch(es)
are briefed on oxygen mask
procedure.
3. Oxygen Pressure
Indicators
1) Flight Deck Crew C 1 0 (m) May be inoperative check external crew
Oxygen Indicator oxygen cylindre pressure indicator prior
to each take-off and verify that oxygen
supply is above minimum requirements
for dispatch.
2) Reserved

3) Reserved

4) Reserved

5) Overpressure C 1 0 (o) May be damaged or missing.


Discharge Indication
Disk

B737-800 7T-VJO/JP/KA/KB/KC/KD/KE/KF/KG/KH/KI/KJ/KK/KL/KM/KN/KO/KP/KQ/KR
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1. SYSTEM AND SEQUENCE 2. RECTIFICATION INTERVAL


NUMBERS 3. NUMBER INSTALLED
4. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
E EE
ITEM

P I L
5. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

O OXYGEN
C35- T RO
O N
NC
1. Crew Oxygen System Deleted prior to Revision 27.

NO
2. Passenger Service Units B 37 - (m) May be inoperative provided:
(PSUs) a) Associated seats are blocked and
placarded to prevent occupancy,
and
b) Units operate normally for all
usable lavatory and flight
attendant locations.
1) Automatic Presentation C 1 0 (o) (m) May be inoperative provided:
a) Alternate deployment system is
verified to operate normally, and
b) Airplane remains at or below FL
300.
2) Door Latches B 37 - (m) Automatic opening feature of door
latch(es) may be inoperative unlatched,
and taped closed provided:
a) PSU oxygen system operates
normally,
b) Flight remains at or below FL 250,
and
c) Passenger(s) occupying seat(s)
with the inoperative door latch(es)
are briefed on oxygen mask
procedure.
3. Oxygen Pressure
Indicators
1) Flight Deck Crew C 1 0 (m) May be inoperative check external crew
Oxygen Indicator oxygen cylindre pressure indicator prior
to each take-off and verify that oxygen
supply is above minimum requirements
for dispatch.
2) Reserved

3) Reserved

4) Reserved

5) Overpressure C 1 0 (o) May be damaged or missing.


Discharge Indication
Disk
B737-600
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NUMBERS 3. NUMBER INSTALLED
4. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
E EE
ITEM

P I L
5. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

35-C O RO
T
OXYGEN
O N
N C
4. Portable Oxygen D 6 5 (m) May be unserviceable or missing

NO and Mask)
Dispensing Units (Bottle provided:
a) Required distribution of serviceable
bottles is maintained throughout
aircraft, and
b) Bottles not properly serviced are
replaced, serviced, or removed at
next available maintenance facility.

5. Passenger Oxygen B 1 0 (o) (m) May be inoperative provided:


System a) Flight is not conducted where
minimum enroute altitude is above
14,000 feet MSL,
b) Both air conditioning packs operate
normally,
c) Remaining components of
pressurization system operate
normally,
d) Airplane remains at or below FL
250,
e) Portable oxygen units are provided
for 10% of passengers, and
f) Passengers are appropriately
briefed.
C 1 0 May be inoperative for all-cargo
configuration
B 1 0 May be inoperative provided flight is
conducted at or below 10,000 feet MSL.

6. PBE Smoke Hoods 4 4 Note: One is required in the cockpit.

7. External Service Panel, C 1 0 (m) May be inoperative provided leak-tight


Oxygen Fill Station integrity of oxygen supply system is not
affected.

DAH ALL except 7T-VKD/KE/KF/KG/KH/KI/KJ/KK/KL/KM/KN/KO/KP/KQ/KR


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NUMBERS 3. NUMBER INSTALLED
4. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
E EE
ITEM

P I L
5. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

O OXYGEN
C35- T RO
O N
N C Dispensing Units (Bottle
4. Portable Oxygen D 6 5 (m) May be unserviceable or missing

NO
provided:
and Mask) a) Required distribution of serviceable
bottles is maintained throughout
aircraft, and
b) Bottles not properly serviced are
replaced, serviced, or removed at
next available maintenance facility.

5. Passenger Oxygen B 1 0 (o) (m) May be inoperative provided:


System a) Flight is not conducted where
minimum enroute altitude is above
14,000 feet MSL,
b) Both air conditioning packs operate
normally,
c) Remaining components of
pressurization system operate
normally,
d) Airplane remains at or below FL
250,
e) Portable oxygen units are provided
for 10% of passengers, and
f) Passengers are appropriately
briefed.
C 1 0 May be inoperative for all-cargo
configuration
B 1 0 May be inoperative provided flight is
conducted at or below 10,000 feet MSL.
6. PBE Smoke Hoods D 5 4 May be inoperative or removed provided
location placarding is removed or
obscured.
Note: One is required in the cockpit.

7. External Service Panel, C 1 0 (m) May be inoperative provided leak-tight


Oxygen Fill Station integrity of oxygen supply system is not
affected.

B737-800 7T-VKD/KE/KF/KG/KH/KI/KJ/KK/KL/KM/KN/KO/KP/KQ/KR
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NUMBERS 3. NUMBER INSTALLED
4. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
E EE
ITEM

P I L
5. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C36- T RO
O PNEUMATICS
O N
N C Shutoff Valve
1. Manifold Isolation

NO 1) Reserved

2) Reserved

3) (-600/-800) C 1 0 (m) May be inoperative provided:


a) Valve remains closed except for
engine start, and
b) Airplane is not operated in known
or forecast icing conditions.

2. Ground Pneumatic C 1 0 (o) (m) May be inoperative open provided:


Connector Check Valve a) Right pneumatic manifold
remains depressurized after
starting right engine,
b) Airplane is not operated in known
or forecast icing conditions, and
c) Altitude remains at or below
FL 250.
C 1 0 May be inoperative closed.

3. Precooler Control Valves

1) Reserved

2) (-600/-800) C 2 0 (o) May be inoperative in any position


provided:
a) Associated engine bleed shutoff
valve remains closed, and
b) Airplane is not operated in known
or forecast icing conditions.
C 2 0 (o)(m) May be inoperative in full open provided:
a) Airplane is not operated in known
or forecast icing conditions, and
b) Appropriate performance
adjustments are applied.

DAH ALL
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NUMBERS 3. NUMBER INSTALLED

P IEITEM LEE 4. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

O RO 5. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

36-C NT
PNEUMATICS
C O
O N
4. Pneumatic Pressure C 2 0 (o) May be inoperative provided alternate
N Indication Systems procedures are established and used.
See ATA36 P2a.
5. Engine Bleed Air Shutoff
Valves (PRSOV)
1) Reserved

2) (-600/-800) C 2 0 (o) (m) May be inoperative provided:


a) Valve is secured closed before
engine start, and
b) Airplane is not operated in known or
forecast icing conditions.

6. Dual Bleed Light System C 1 0 (o) May be inoperative provided:


a) APU bleed air is not used in flight,
and
b) APU bleed valve is closed before
each departure.
7. Reserved

8. Engine Bleed Trip Off C 2 0 (o) May be inoperative provided:


Lights a) Associated engine bleed is not
used except for engine start, and
b) Airplane is not operated in known
or forecast icing conditions.

9. High Stage Valves C 2 1 (m) One may be inoperative locked closed


provided a minimum of 60% N1 is
maintained on associated engine during
flight in icing conditions.

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ITEM E
P
4:
I L EE
CO TRO
OPERATIONS (O)
N starts with the START VALVE OPEN light and the associated
ForOengine
N C
Pneumatic Pressure Indication System inoperative, the APU must be used
NO for engine starts. The Flight Crew should monitor the APU EGT. There will
be a pronounced drop in APU EGT at starter cutout.
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O WATER
C38- T RO / WASTE
O N
NC
1. Potable Water Systems C 1 - (m) Individual components may be

NO
inoperative provided:
a) Associated components are
deactivated or isolated, and
b) Associated system components
are verified not to have leaks.
NOTE: Any portion of system which
operates normally may be used.

C 1 - (m) May be inoperative provided:


a) System is drained, and
b) Procedures are established to
ensure that system is not serviced. See
ATA38 P2.

2. Lavatory Waste Systems C 2 1 (m) Individual components may be


(Including Wheelchair inoperative provided:
Accessible Lavatories) a) Associated components are
deactivated or isolated, and
b) Associated system components
are verified not to have leaks.
NOTE: Any portion of system which
operates normally may be used.

C 2 1 (m) Associated lavatory system(s) may be


inoperative provided:
a) Associated components are
deactivated or isolated to prevent
leaks,
b) Pilot-in-Command will determine if
flight duration is acceptable with a
forward lavatory unusable, and
c) Associated lavatory door(s) is
secured closed and placarded
INOPERATIVE DO NOT
ENTER
NOTE: These provisions are not
intended to prohibit inspections
by crewmembers.

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ITEM 38:

IE
PLACARD
P L EE
- ForO
R
C inoperativeOor isolated components, as appropriate - INOP - DO NOT USE.
deactivated
- For
N T potable water system, Water Service Panel - POTABLE WATER SYS
C
INOPO- DO NOT FILL
ON
N MAINTENANCE (M)
For an inoperative potable water system:
A. Drain potable water system.
B Ensure the potable water system is not serviced;
See AMM 12-14-01 Pages 301/302 Task 12-14-01-600-801.
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P I L
5. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C46- T RO
O INFORMATION
O N
SYSTEMS
NC
NO 1. Reserved

2. Reserved

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O INERT
C47- T ROGAS
O N
SYSTEM
N C1. Nitrogen Generation
NO System (NGS) (All
Models)

1) All Models (upon A 1 0 (m) May be inoperative.


incorporation of Boeing a) NGS shutoff valve is deactivated
Service bulletin 737- closed, and
47-1002, 737-47-1003, b) Repairs are made within ten flight
or production days.
equivalent 7T-
VKD/KE/KF/KG/KH/
KI/KJ/KK)

a) Nitrogen C 1 0
Generation
Degraded

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E EE
ITEM

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5. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C49- T RO
O AIRBORNE
O N
AUXILIARY POWER
N C1. Auxiliary Power Unit
NO
C 1 0 May be inoperative provided:
(APU) a) Procedures do not require its use,
and
b) Perform a visual inspection of the
tail cone area and the adjacent
control surfaces to confirm that
there is no evidence of heat
damage or de-lamination
2. APU Annunciator LOW C 2 0 May be inoperative provided APU Auto
OIL PRESSURE and Shutdown System operates normally.
OVER SPEED Lights

3. Reserved

4. APU Annunciator LOW C 1 0 (m) May be inoperative and APU used


OIL QUANTITY/MAINT provided oil quantity is checked once
Light each flight day.
5. APU EGT Indicator

1) Reserved

2) Model AS 131-9B C 1 0

6. APU Inlet Door C 1 0 (o) May be inoperative open.

C 1 0 (o) May be inoperative in any other position


if APU is not used.
7. APU Bleed Air Valve C 1 0 (m) May be inoperative closed.
NOTE: APU may be used to provide
electrical power

C 1 0 (o) May be inoperative provided:


a) APU bleed air check valve
operates normally, and
b) APU is not operated.
8. APU DC Fuel Boost D 1 0
Pump

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49-C O RO
NT POWER
AIRBORNE
O
AUXILIARY
C
N
NO System
9. APU Surge Control

1) Reserved

2) Surge Control Valve C 1 0 May be inoperative in open position


(Model AS 131-9B) provided APU bleed air is not used.
NOTE: APU may be used to provide
electrical power.
10. Reserved

11. Reserved

12. APU Annunciator HIGH C 1 0


OIL TEMP/ FAULT Light
13. Reserved

14. Reserved

15. Start Power Unit C 1 0 (m) May be inoperative provided procedures


do not require use of APU.
1) AC/DC Start Systems C 2 1

16. Start Converter Unit C 1 0 (m) May be inoperative provided procedures


do not require use of APU.

1) Voltage Regulator C 1 0 May be inoperative provided APU


Function generator is not used for electrical
power.
NOTE: APU may be used as a
pneumatic source.

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O DOORS
C52- T RO
O N
NC
1. Reserved

NO 2. Reserved

3. Door Warning Light


System
1) Entry/Service/Cargo/ C 4 0 (m) May be inoperative provided associated
Equipment door is verified closed and locked before
each departure.
Note: if two or more entry/service door
warning lights are inoperative due to
failed door sensors, overwing exit flight
lock system and mid exit flight lock
system will not function properly. Refer
to MEL item 52-15

2) Overwing C 4 0 (m) May be inoperative provided:


a) Associated door is verified closed
and latched before each
departure, and
b) Associated flight lock is verified to
operate normally.
3) Reserved

4) Reserved

4. Reserved

B737-800
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CO TRO
52- DOORS
O N
C
1. Reserved
N
NO2. Reserved
3. Door Warning Light
System
1) Entry/Service/Cargo/ C 2 0 (m) May be inoperative provided associated
Equipment door is verified closed and locked before
each departure.
Note: if two or more entry/service door
warning lights are inoperative due to
failed door sensors, overwing exit flight
lock system and mid exit flight lock
system will not function properly. Refer
to MEL item 52-15

2) Overwing C 2 0 (m) May be inoperative provided:


a) Associated door is verified closed
and latched before each
departure, and
b) Associated flight lock is verified to
operate normally.
3) Reserved

4) Reserved

4. Reserved

B737-600
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O DOORS
C52- RO
T
N Main Cabin Door
O
5. Left

NC
Pressure Stop Fittings

NO 1) Forward Entry Door B 18 17 (o)(m) One per door may be broken or missing
provided:
a) There are no visible defects on other
fittings for associated door,
b) Pressure differential does not
exceed 6.0 psi, and
c) Analog cabin pressure control
system standby control mode
operates normally and STBY is used
B 18 17 (o)(m) One per door may be broken or missing
provided:
a) There are no visible defects on other
fittings for associated door,
b) Pressure differential does not
exceed 6.0 psi, and
c) Digital cabin pressure control system
AUTO or ALTN control mode
operates normally, and
d) Alternate procedures are established
and used, see ATA52 P2a.
2) Aft Door Without B 12 11 (o)(m) One per door may be broken or missing
Airstairs provided:
a) There are no visible defects on other
fittings for associated door,
b) Pressure differential does not exceed
3.4 psi, and
c) Analog cabin pressure control
system standby control mode
operates normally and STBY is used
B 12 11 (o)(m) One per door may be broken or missing
provided:
a) There are no visible defects on other
fittings for associated door,
b) Pressure differential does not exceed
3.4 psi, and
c) Digital cabin pressure control system
AUTO or ALTN control mode
operates normally, and
d) Alternate procedures are established
and used, see ATA52 P2a
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ITEM5:

E
main entry Idoor E Eleft side of the airplane. A door pressure stop consists of two
NOTE: This item provides dispatch relief for only the forward main entry door and aft
matingO P L
on the
Oor both
R
stop fittings, one being attached to the door and the other attached to the
C Either T location stop fittings may be broken or missing at a single door
N
fuselage.
O
pressure
C
stop

ON
PLACARD
NPressure Control Panel (P5) - DO NOT EXCEED 6.0 or 3.4 PSI PRESSURE
DIFFERENTIAL

MAINTENANCE (M)
Visually inspect remaining fittings for possible defects on affected door(s), body
frames and sills (if installed).

OPERATIONS (O)
NOTE: Do not exceed the maximum pressure differential (6.0 or 3.4 psi). The
following altitude restrictions will allow a cabin altitude of 8,000 feet to be
maintained.
For maximum pressure differential of 6.0 psi, limit flight altitude to 27,000 feet or
lower.
For maximum pressure differential of 3.4 psi, limit flight altitude to 17,000 feet or
lower.
1. For Digital Cabin Pressure Control system:
A. Select a landing altitude of 8,000 ft. MSL on the cabin pressure control
panel. Cabin altitude will ascend to slightly less than 8,000 ft. during climb
to cruise altitude.
NOTE: Actual landing airport altitude may be selected if flight altitude is
limited to; (1) 13,000 feet for 6.0 psi differential, (2) 7,000 feet for 3.4
psi differential.
B. Monitor differential pressure indicator during climb to ensure maximum
pressure differential of 6.0 psi or 3.4 psi is not exceeded.
2. Select actual landing airport altitude after initiating descent. If required to hold
during descent, it may be necessary to increase the landing altitude in
accordance with the appropriate Differential Pressure Schedule.
3. Lower cabin altitudes may be obtained by appropriate selection of flight altitude
and cabin/landing altitude in accordance with the appropriate Differential Pressure
Schedule
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O RO
C52-
5. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

N T
DOORS
C O
N
O 6. Lower Cargo Doors
N Pressure Stop Fittings
1) (All Models) A 24 22 (m) Any one may be broken or missing on
each door or frame provided:
a) No defects are visible on other
fittings for associated door,
b) Cabin pressure controller AUTO
mode operates normally,
c) Adjacent stop fittings are
inspected within 25 flights, and
d) Not more than 50 flights are
made before completion of
repairs or replacements.
2) Reserved
3) (-600/-800 prior to C 24 20 (o) (m) Two may be broken or missing on each
incorporation of Boeing door or frame provided airplane is
Service Bulletin 737-26- operated in an unpressurized
1121 and 737-26-1122 configuration only.
and either 737-21-1135
or 737-21-1163, or
production equivalent
7T-VJM, 7T-VJN)

4) (-600/-800 all C 24 20 (o) (m) Two may be broken or missing on each


passenger configuration door or frame provided:
upon incorporation of a) Flight is conducted in unpressurized
Boeing Service configuration,
Bulletins 737-26-1121 b) Ensure lower cargo compartments
and 737-26-1122, and remain empty, or is verified to
either 737-21-1135, or contain only empty cargo handling
737-21-1163 or their equipment, ballast (ballast may be
production equivalent loaded in ULDs), and/or Fly Away
7T-VJJ/JK/JL/JO/JP/ Kits.
JQ/JR/JS/JT/JU/KA/KB/ Note: For the Fly Away Kits refer to note
KC/KD/KE/KF/KG/KH/ de service lot de bord, Manex Part B
KI/KJ/KK/KL/KM/KN/KO Chapter 7.
/KP/KQ/KR)

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E EE
ITEM

P I L
5. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

CO TRO
52- DOORS
O N
N C
7. Entry/Service Door Hold- C 4 0 May be inoperative for all-cargo
N O Open Latch Assemblies operations.
1) Latch Release Lever C 4 0

8. Flight Deck Door Lock C 1 0 (m) May be inoperative provided:


system a) Door lock solenoid is deactivated
in locked position, and
b) Door is verified to lock and unlock
manually.
C 1 0 May be inoperative provided
supplemental flight deck door security
device is installed and operates normally.
D 1 0 May be inoperative provided all-cargo
operations are being conducted.
9. Lower Cargo Doors Door C 2 0 (m) May be inoperative provided a safety
Balance Mechanism hold open device is used when door is in
open position.

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O RO
C52-
5. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

N T
DOORS
C O
N
O 10. Main Cabin Cargo Door
N (Pemco Aeroplex, Inc.)
1) Latch Pin, Latch Base A 8 7 (o) (m) One may be broken or missing from
and Lower Jamb Latch main cargo door provided:
Fitting a) A visual check is made before
departure to ensure no defects are
visible on other latch bases, pins or
lower jamb latch fittings,
b) Latch pin and latch base of
damaged latch does not interfere
with continuous safety operation of
remaining latches and pins,
c) Flight is conducted in an
unpressurized configuration,
d) Ensure main and lower lobe cargo
compartments remain empty, or
are verified to contain only empty
cargo handling equipment, ballast
(ballast may be loaded in ULDs),
and/or Fly Away Kits
e) Repairs are made within two flight
days.
Note: For the Fly Away Kits refer to note
de service lot de bord, Manex Part B
Chapter 7.
2) Hydraulic Cylinder B 2 1 (m) One may be inoperative provided
Latching Mechanism remaining latch cylinder is operative
through gear box.
C 2 0 (m) May be inoperative provided door may
be latched and unlatched manually.
3) Hydraulic System B 1 0 (m) May be inoperative provided door may
Control Valve be locked and unlocked manually.
4) Lifting Actuator B 2 0 (m) May be inoperative provided door is
Assembly verified latched and locked.
5) Double Piloted Check B 1 0 (m) May be inoperative provided door may
Valve be locked and unlocked manually.
(Continued)

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4. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
E EE
ITEM

P I L
5. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

CO TRO
52- DOORS
O N
N C Cabin Cargo Door
10. Main
NO (Pemco Aeroplex, Inc.)
(Contd)
6) Lock, Lock Mount and A 2 1 (o) (m) One may be inoperative provided:
Locking Fittings a) No defects are visible on
remaining lock or lock mount of
associated door, and
b) Repairs are made within two flight
days.
7) Sequence Valves B 2 0 (m) May be inoperative provided door is
verified latched and locked.
8) Priority Valve B 1 0 (m) May be inoperative provided door is
verified latched and locked.
9) Hydraulic Lock C 2 0 (m) May be inoperative provided door can
Actuators be unlocked and unlatched manually.
11. Reserves

12. Reserved

13. Reserves

14. Lower Cargo Doors C 2 0 (m) May be inoperative provided Door


Hold Open Mechanism / Balance Mechanism operates normally.
Device
C 2 0 May be inoperative provided cargo
compartment remains empty.

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5. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

O DOORS
C52- T RO
O N
N C15. Flight Lock System
NO 1) Overwing Exit C 4 0 (o)(m) May be inoperative provided:
a) Each affect exit is verified to be
capable of being unlatched and
opened before each departure, and
b) A person employed by operator is
designated to remain seated in
passenger seat nearest affected exit
when cabin differential pressure is
less than 4.0 psi.
2) Reserved
16. Reserved
17. Boeing/C&D Aerospace C 1 0 (o)(m) May be inoperative provided:
Enhanced Flight Deck a) Automatic locking system is
Security Door deactivated,
Automatic Locking b) Door dead bolt operates normally
System and is used to lock door,
c) Alternate procedures are
established and used for locking
and unlocking the door using the
dead bolt, see ATA52 P8a & 8b.
1) Flight Deck Access C 1 0 (o)(m) May be inoperative provided:
Panel System (Keypad, a) Keypad is deactivated, and
Door Chime) b) Interphone system operates
normally and will be used to make
entry request.
a) LEDs C 3 0 (o) May be inoperative provided alternate
procedures are established and used.
OPERATIONS (O):
Intercom system is used as necessary to
enable access to Flight deck.
b) Door Bell Mode C 1 0 (o) May be inoperative provided alternate
procedures are established and used.
OPERATIONS (O):
Intercom system is used as necessary to
enable access to Flight deck.
c) Switch Guard C 1 0 May be inoperative or missing provided
flight deck door LOCK FAIL light
operates normally.
(Continued)
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4. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
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ITEM

P I L
5. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

CO TRO
52- DOORS
O N
N C Lock System
15. Flight
NO 1) Overwing Exit C 2 0 (o)(m) May be inoperative provided:
a) Each affect exit is verified to be
capable of being unlatched and
opened before each departure, and
b) A person employed by operator is
designated to remain seated in
passenger seat nearest affected exit
when cabin differential pressure is
less than 4.0 psi.
2) Reserved
16. Reserved
17. Boeing/C&D Aerospace C 1 0 (o)(m) May be inoperative provided:
Enhanced Flight Deck a) Automatic locking system is
Security Door deactivated,
Automatic Locking b) Door dead bolt operates normally
System and is used to lock door,
c) Alternate procedures are
established and used for locking
and unlocking the door using the
dead bolt, see ATA52 P8a & 8b.
1) Flight Deck Access C 1 0 (o)(m) May be inoperative provided:
Panel System (Keypad, a) Keypad is deactivated, and
Door Chime) b) Interphone system operates
normally and will be used to make
entry request
a) LEDs C 3 0 (o) May be inoperative provided alternate
procedures are established and used.
OPERATIONS (O):
Intercom system is used as necessary to
enable access to Flight deck.
b) Door Bell Mode C 1 0 (o) May be inoperative provided alternate
procedures are established and used.
OPERATIONS (O):
Intercom system is used as necessary to
enable access to Flight deck.
c) Switch Guard C 1 0 May be inoperative or missing provided
flight deck door LOCK FAIL light
operates normally.
(Continued)
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L EE 4. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

O RO
C52-
5. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

N T
DOORS
C O
N
O 17. Boeing/C&D Aerospace
N Enhanced Flight Deck
Security Door
Automatic Locking
System (Contd)
2) Flight Deck Door LOCK C 1 0 (m) May be inoperative provided automatic
FAIL Light lock controls are verified to operate
normally.
3) Flight Deck Door AUTO C 1 0 (m) May be inoperative provided:
UNLK Light a) Automatic lock controls are verified
to operate normally, and
b) Door chime operates normally.
4) Fight Deck Door Lock C 1 0 (o)(m) May be inoperative provided:
Control Selector a) Keypad is deactivated,
b) Automatic lock is verified to
operate normally, and
c) Flight deck door is opened by
flight crew member. following and
entry request by Cabin Crew
5) Flight Deck Door Item moved to 52-20, Revision 46.
Pressure Relief Panels
18. Boeing/C&D Aerospace C 1 0 May be inoperative provided automatic
Enhanced Flight Deck lock controls operate normally.
Security Door Dead
Bolt
19. Reserved
20. Flight Deck Door
Pressure Relief Panels
1) Reserved

2) Boeing/C&D Aerospace A 2 0 May be inoperative provided:


Enhanced Flight Deck a) Panels are in latched position,
Security Door and
b) Repairs are made within two flight
days.

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ITEM 17:
PLACARD

IE LEE
As appropriate
P
O RO
MAINTENANCE (M):
1. ForC T the automatic locking system:
N
deactivating
O Flight Deck Access System switch OFF (guard extended).
C
A. Position
N LOCK FAIL light will remain illuminated when the Flight Deck Access
N O
NOTE:
System switch is in the OFF position (guard extended).
2. For deactivating the keypad:
A. Open the circuit breaker for the flight deck door lock.
B. Remove the keypad.
C. Disconnect the electrical connector from the keypad.
D. Install the keypad.
E. Close the circuit breaker for the flight deck door lock.
NOTE: When flight deck door is closed with the flight deck not occupied, make sure the Flight
Deck Access System switch is in the OFF position (guard extended).
3. For verifying automatic lock controls are operating normally
A. With the flight deck door open, supply electrical power on the airplane
B. Position Flight Deck Access System switch NORM (guard closed).
C. Position the Flight Deck Door Lock selector AUTO.
D. Verify the electric strike is in the locked position (solenoid pin in the electric strike will be
extended up such that you cannot rotate the strike).
E. Enter keypad access code and verify the door chime sounds.
F. Position the Flight Deck Door Lock selector DENY.
G. Before the DENY time delay has expired, enter the keypad access code and verify the
door chime does not sound.
H. Position and hold Flight Deck Door Lock selector UNLKD.
I. Verify the electric strike is in the unlocked position (solenoid pin in the electric strike will
retract down such that you can rotate the strike).
J. Position the Flight Deck Door Lock selector AUTO.
K. Verify the electric strike is in the locked position (solenoid pin in the electric strike will be
extended up such that you cannot rotate the strike).
4. For verifying automatic lock is operating normally:
A. With the flight deck door open, supply electrical power on the airplane
B. Position Flight Deck Access System switch NORM (guard closed).
C. Verify the electric strike is in the locked position (solenoid pin in the
electric strike will be extended up such that you cannot rotate the strike).
D. Position Flight Deck Access System switch OFF (guard extended).
E. Verify the electric strike is in the unlocked position (solenoid pin in the electric strike will
retract down such that you can rotate the strike).
F. Position Flight Deck Access System switch NORM (guard closed).
G. Verify the electric strike is in the locked position (solenoid pin in the
electric strike will be extended up such that you cannot rotate the strike).
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ITEM 17:

IE LEE
OPERATIONS (O):
P
Alternate
T RO for locking and unlocking the door using the deadbolt.
CO procedure
O N
1. C
N
General

NO A. For flights with minimum flight deck crew complement the flight deck door remains
unlocked until the Cabin Crew is released by the flight deck crew.
B. Except when there is 3 or more flight deck occupants, one Cabin Crew Member will then
enter the flight deck and close the door by means of the dead bolt and will remain on the
flight deck for the duration of the flight.
C. When another Cabin Crew Member requests to enter the flight deck, normal
communication procedures are used and a pilot orders the Cabin Crew Member (or
additional flight deck occupant) remaining on flight deck to open the door unlocking the dead
bolt.
D. For flights with minimum flight deck crew complement the Cabin Crew Member will
remain on the flight deck until the call "Cabin crew please be seated" or GEAR DOWN (as
appropriate), when they will unlock the door using the Chime Module switch and return to
their normal jumpseat for landing.

2. Unpowered 28V DC Bus 2 Procedures


If the 28V DC Bus 2 is unpowered, set the Chime Module switch to the OFF position.
WARNING: IF THE 28V DC BUS 2 BECOMES UNPOWERED, THE COCKPIT
DOOR WILL UNLOCK , THE KEY PAD LIGHTS WILL GO OFF, DOOR
AURAL WARNING AND LOCK FAIL AND AUTO UNLK LIGHTS WILL NOT
OPERATE. IN THIS CASE PROCEED AS DESCRIBED IN GENERAL
ABOVE
NOTE: If the keypad has been deactivated, make sure the Flight Deck Access System
switch is in the OFF position (guard extended) when flight deck door is closed and the flight
deck not occupied
B737-NG MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST 52 P9

Minimum Equipment List


DOORS REV 58 10/10/15

1. SYSTEM AND SEQUENCE 2. RECTIFICATION INTERVAL


NUMBERS 3. NUMBER INSTALLED

P IEITEM LEE 4. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

O RO 5. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

52-C NT
DOORS
C O
N
O21. Reserved
N
22. Flight Deck Door Hold D 1 0
Open Device (e.g. Door
Stop, Foot Plunger,
etc.)

23. Flight Deck Door A 1 0 (o) May be inoperative provided:


Viewing Port a) Alternate procedures are
established and used. See Manex
Part A 8.3.12.1.1
b) Repairs are made within three
flight days.
1) Reserved

24. Main Cabin Cargo Door


Vent Door
1) Reserved

DAH ALL except 7TV-KG/KH/KI/KJ/KK/KL/KM/KN/KO/KP/KQ/KR


B737-NG MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST 52 P 9a

Minimum Equipment List


DOORS REV 58 10/10/15

1. SYSTEM AND SEQUENCE 2. RECTIFICATION INTERVAL


NUMBERS 3. NUMBER INSTALLED

P IE ITEM
L EE 4. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

O RO
C52-
5. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

N T
DOORS
C O
N
O 21. Reserved
N
22. Flight Deck Door Hold D 1 0
Open Device (e.g. Door
Stop, Foot Plunger,
etc.)

23. Flight Deck Door A 1 0 (o) May be inoperative provided:


Viewing Port a) Alternate procedures are
established and used. See Manex
Part A, 8.3.12.1.1
b) Repairs are made within three
flight days.

C 1 0 (o) May be inoperative provided:


a) An electronic flight deck door
visual surveillance system is
installed and operates normally,
and
b) Before departure, the flight crew
will brief cabin crew that the
viewing port is inoperative
c) Request for access to the cockpit
is made using the interphone.
When authorising access via the
interphone, request the cabin
crew to ensure that no
unauthorised persons are near
the cockpit door prior to access

1) Reserved

24. Main Cabin Cargo Door


Vent Door
1) Reserved

B737-800 7TV-KG/KH/KI/KJ/KK/KL/KM/KN/KO/KP/KQ/KR
B737-NG MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST 73 P1

ENGINE FUEL & CONTROL REV 58 10/10/15


Minimum Equipment List

1. SYSTEM AND SEQUENCE 2. RECTIFICATION INTERVAL


NUMBERS 3. NUMBER INSTALLED
4. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
E EE
ITEM

P I L
5. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

O ENGINE
C73- T RO FUEL &
O N
CONTROL
N C1. Reserved
NO
2. Reserved

3. Reserved

4. Fuel Filter Differential


Pressure Warning
Systems

1) Reserved

2) (-600/-800) C 2 1 (m) May be inoperative provided malfunction


is verified to be in warning system.
5. Fuel Flow Indication C 2 1 One may be inoperative provided:
Systems a) N1, N2 for associated engine
operate normally, and
b) Both main tank fuel quantity
indicators operate normally.
6. Fuel Used Indicators C 2 0

7. Reserved

8. Reserved

9. Reserved

10. Fuel Control ENG C 2 0 (m) May be inoperative provided associated


VALVE CLOSED valve is verified to operate normally.
Indicating System

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B737-NG MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST 73 P2

ENGINE FUEL & CONTROL REV 58 10/10/15


Minimum Equipment List

1. SYSTEM AND SEQUENCE 2. RECTIFICATION INTERVAL


NUMBERS 3. NUMBER INSTALLED
4. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
E EE
ITEM

P I L
5. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

73-C O RFUEL O &


T
ENGINE
O N
CONTROL
N C
NO Control (EEC)
11. Electronic Engine

1) Normal (ON) Mode C 2 0 (o) May be inoperative provided:


a) Both engines are operated in
ALTERNATE mode,
b) Strut/Wing leading edge
over-braided wire bundle are
installed production (PRR
38239-3), and
c) Applicable AFM performance
adjustments are applied.

12. Electronic Engine A 4 3 (m) May be inoperative deactivated provided


Control (EEC) Alternate repairs are made in accordance with the
Power Supply System times established in Boeing
Maintenance Planning Data document,
D626A001, Section 1, Items 73-020-01
and 73-020-02. (Do not exceed 150
hours total)

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B737-NG MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST 74 P1

ENGINE IGNITION REV 58 10/10/15


Minimum Equipment List

1. SYSTEM AND SEQUENCE 2. RECTIFICATION INTERVAL


NUMBERS 3. NUMBER INSTALLED
4. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
E EE
ITEM

P I L
5. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

O ENGINE
C74- T RO IGNITION
O N
NC
1. Ignition Systems

NO 1) Reserved

2) (-600/-800)

a) Left Ignition Systems B 2 1 One may be inoperative provided:


a) Ignition Select Switch remains in
BOTH position, and
b) Right ignition systems operate
normally.

C 2 0 (o) May be inoperative provided:


a) Ignition Select Switch remains in
BOTH position, and
b) Associated engine right ignition
system operates normally.

b) Right Ignition Systems B 2 1 (o)(m) One may be inoperative provided:


a) Ignition Select Switch remains in
BOTH position,
b) Left ignition systems operate
normally, and
c) Associated engine left igniter is
connected to AC Standby Bus by
an acceptable configuration.

C 2 0 (o)(m) May be inoperative provided:


a) Ignition Select Switch remains in
BOTH position, and
b) Associated engine left ignition
systems operate normally, and
c) Associated engine left igniter is
connected to AC Standby Bus by
an acceptable configuration.

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B737-NG MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST 75 P1

BLEED AIR REV 52 29/04/08


Minimum Equipment List

1. SYSTEM AND SEQUENCE 2. RECTIFICATION INTERVAL


NUMBERS 3. NUMBER INSTALLED
4. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
E EE
ITEM

P I L
5. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

O BLEED
C75- T RO AIR
O N
NC
1. Reserved

NO 2. Reserved

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B737-NG MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST 77 P1

ENGINE INDICATING REV 58 10/10/15


Minimum Equipment List

1. SYSTEM AND SEQUENCE 2. RECTIFICATION INTERVAL


NUMBERS 3. NUMBER INSTALLED
4. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
E EE
ITEM

P I L
5. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

O ENGINE
C77- T RO
O N
INDICATING
N C1. Reserved
NO
2. N1 Tachometers

1) Reserved

2) (-600/-800)

a) Digital Counters B 2 0 (o) Except for EIS/CDS equipped airplanes,


may be inoperative provided autothrottle
is used for takeoff thrust setting
NOTE: An indicator with an operating
pointer is considered to operate
normally

b) Reference N1 Bugs C 2 1

c) Manual Set C 2 0
Indication
3) Reserved

3. N2 Tachometers

1) Reserved

2) Reserved

3) Digital Counters C 2 0 May be inoperative except for EIS/CDS


equipped airplanes.
NOTE: An indicator with an operating
pointer is considered to operate
normally.
4) Reserved

4. Fuel Flow Meters Moved to Item 73-5 prior to Revision 30.

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B737-NG MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST 77 P2

ENGINE INDICATING REV 58 10/10/15


Minimum Equipment List

1. SYSTEM AND SEQUENCE 2. RECTIFICATION INTERVAL


NUMBERS 3. NUMBER INSTALLED
4. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
E EE
ITEM

P I L
5. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

O RO
CINDICATING
77- ENGINE
O NT
N C
NO Systems
5. Vibration Indicating

1) Reserved

2) (-600/-800) C 2 1

6. EGT Indications

1) Digital Counters C 2 0 May be inoperative except for EIS/CDS


equipped airplanes.
2) Reserved

7. EPR Computer Moved to Item 34-41 in Revision 30.

8. Fuel Used Indicators Moved to Item 73-6 prior to Revision 30.

9. Abnormal Start C 2 0
Indication Systems

10. Reserved

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B737-NG MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST 78 P1

ENGINE EXHAUST REV 58 10/10/15


Minimum Equipment List

1. SYSTEM AND SEQUENCE 2. RECTIFICATION INTERVAL


NUMBERS 3. NUMBER INSTALLED
4. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
E EE
ITEM

P I L
5. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

O ENGINE
C78- T RO EXHAUST
O N
N C Systems
1. Thrust Reverser

NO 1) Reserved

2) Reserved

3) (-600/-800) C 2 1 (o)(m) One may be inoperative provided:


a) Thrust reverser is locked in
forward thrust position, and
b) Appropriate performance
adjustments are applied.

2. Reserved

3. Thrust Reverser In Deleted in Revision 30.


Transit Lights

4. Reserved

5. Reserved

6. Reserved

7. REVERSER Lights (Aft C 2 1 (m) One may be inoperative provided


Overhead Panel) associated reverser is locked in closed
(forward thrust) position.

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B737-NG MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST 79 P1

ENGINE OIL REV 58 10/10/15


Minimum Equipment List

1. SYSTEM AND SEQUENCE 2. RECTIFICATION INTERVAL


NUMBERS 3. NUMBER INSTALLED
4. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
E EE
ITEM

P I L
5. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

O ENGINE
C79- T RO OIL
O N
N C System
1. Oil Quantity Indication B 2 1 (m) One may be inoperative provided:

NO
a) Oil tank is filled to maximum
recommended capacity at each
refueling,
b) There is no evidence of above
normal oil consumption or
leakage, and
c) Associated low oil pressure
warning system operates
normally.
1) Reserved

2. Oil Filter Bypass


Warning Systems

1) -600/-800 C 2 1 (m) One may be inoperative provided:


a) Malfunction is in warning system,
and
b) Oil filter is inspected for presence
of contaminants one each flight
day.
2) -600/-800 C 2 1 (m) One may be inoperative provided:
a) Malfunction is in warning system,
b) Magnetic Chip Detector is inspected
for presence of contaminants,
c) Oil supply filter pop-out indicator is
not extended, and
d) Oil filter is inspected for presence of
contaminants within one flight day
and repeated once each flight day
thereafter.
3. Oil Temperature Deleted prior to Revision 27.
Indications
4. Oil Low Pressure B 2 0 May be inoperative provided associated
Warning Systems oil quantity indication operates normally.

5. Oil Pressure Indications Deleted prior to Revision 27.

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B737-NG MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST 80 P1

STARTING REV 58 10/10/15


Minimum Equipment List

1. SYSTEM AND SEQUENCE 2. RECTIFICATION INTERVAL


NUMBERS 3. NUMBER INSTALLED
4. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
E EE
ITEM

P I L
5. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C80- T RO
O STARTING
O N
N C Indications
1. Starter Valve Open

NO 1) Reserved

2) (-600/-800) C 2 1 (o) One may be inoperative provided it is


checked after engine start that
associated valve is closed.
2. Engine Starter Auto
Cutout
1) Reserved

2) Reserved

3) (-600/-800) C 2 0 May be inoperative provided flight crew


manually selects Start Switch OFF or
AUTO at 55% N2.

3. Starter Valves

1) Reserved

2) Reserved

3) (-600/-800) C 2 1 (o)(m) One may be inoperative provided:


a) Associated start valve indication
operates normally, and
b) Manual override start procedures
are used.

4. Reserved

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