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SHAHEEN AIR INTERNATIONAL

DAILY CHECK
B737-400

*A/C REGISTRATION:

*STATION/FLIGHT NO:

*DATE/TIME:

FH/FC:

1. (*) To be filled by Engineer

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1A Cockpit:

a) Check instrument & all panels for cleanliness, condition & security of
installation.

b) Check cockpit interior, flooring pedestal; upholstery, cover windows /


windshields for cleanliness.

c) Check crew seat, belts & shoulder harness for condition.

d) Check windows & windshields for cracks delamination & hot spots,
Check sliding window for general condition & operation.

e) Check following onboard documents for validity;

1-Certificate of Registration(C of R). 2-Certificate of Airworthiness (C of


A). 3-Insurance, 4-Weight Schedule. 5-Radio License. 6-Emergency
Equipment Chart. 7-Technical Log Book 8-Noise Certificate. 9-Radio
Installation certificate. 10- AOC. 11-Certificate of MR.12- Certificate of
Maintenance Release.

f) Check MEL Status

Note Down APU Flight Hours (if guage is installed in cockpit)


1B
Hours: _____________

Passenger water sysytem draining

This is task is applicable whenever the aircraft & its water system
remain dormant (without use) for a period of 3 days, the water sytem
must be drained of stagnant standing water and filled with fresh
1C protable water to prevent bacterial and biomass growth within the
water system. The drinking of three day old aircraft stagnant water
without first purging the water system can result in gastrointestinal
illness.

Refer AMM procedure 38-11-00/301 for draining

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Tire Pressure Check:


2 Check nose and main landing gear tires for proper inflation.
Measure tire pressure & record the findings in the table:
Nose wheel Main Wheel
L/H R/H L/H R/H L/H R/H

Procedure:
Tools/Equipment:
Reference Description

SPL-1527 Inflator - Tire


(Part #: F70199-24, Supplier: 81205)
(Opt Part #: F70199-1, Supplier: 81205)

STD-1132 Gauge - Tire Pressure, 0-300 PSIG (0-2069 KPA)

A. Consumable Materials:

(1) Dry Nitrogen - Commercial grade (99.5 percent pure nitrogen), from a regulated pressure source

(2) Air Source - clean dry with a maximum moisture content that corresponds to an atmospheric dew point of -20
degrees F (-29degrees C),from a regulated pressure source.

B. Check on the Tire Pressure:

(1) Make sure the tires are cool before you measure the tire pressure.

NOTE: Let the tires cool for a minimum of two hours after the airplane has landed.
(a) If the main landing gear tires and nose gear tires are too hot to check the tire pressure, and there is not enough
time to allow the tires to cool before the airplane is dispatched, do the Main Landing Gear and Nose Gear HOT
Tire Pressure Check.

CAUTION: Use a calibrated gage with an approved size dial to do a check on the tire pressure, incorrect inflation
from incorrect pressure values can cause damage to the tire.

(2) Do a check on the tire pressure with an accurate 0-300 psig (0-2069 kpa) tire pressure gauge, STD 1132.
(a) Let the tires cool for a minimum of two hours after a flight before doing the tire pressure check.

(3) Compare the measured pressure to the pressure found in the main and nose gear tire pressure limit
charts (Figure 1).

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(4) Do these steps for tires which have tire pressures below the necessary pressure:

(a) If the measured tire pressure is below the necessary pressure by no more than 5%, inflate the tire to
the necessary pressure.
(b) If the measured tire pressure is between 5% - 10% below the necessary tire pressure, do these steps

(1) Inflate the tire to the necessary pressure.

(2) Do a check of the tire pressure again after 24 hours.

CAUTION: Tires that require frequent refills to maintain the nominal service pressure are likely to have a tread
loss or carcass rupture if they are left in service too long. These tires should be removed from service as soon
as possible.

3) If the tire pressure is more than 5% below the necessary pressure again, replace the tire.

a) Send the wheel and tire assembly for an inspection to find the cause for the low pressure.
b) Mark the reason for the tire removal on the tire to aid the inspectors when they examine the tire.
c) If the measured pressure is between 10% - 20% below the necessary tire pressure, do these steps

1) Replace the tire and wheel assembly.

2) Send the wheel and tire assembly for an inspection to find the cause for the low tire pressure.

3) Mark the reason for the tire removal on the tire to aid the inspectors when they examine the tire.
d) If the measured tire pressure is more than 20% below the necessary tire pressure, do these steps:

1) Replace the tire and wheel assembly.

2) Send the wheel and tire assembly for an inspection to find the cause for the low tire pressure.

3) Mark the reason for the tire removal on the tire to aid the inspectors when they examine the tire.

4) If the wheel and tire assembly has turned with the airplane weight on it after the pressure had
decreased,replace the wheel and tire assembly installed on the opposite side of that axle.

5) Mark on the tire that it was on the same axle with a wheel and tire assembly that was replaced because of
low tire pressure.

6) Send the tire for inspection for damage.

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C. Inflate the Tire (Initial Fill)

WARNING: you must initially inflate the tire with nitrogen. if the tire was initially inflated with air, the gases (in a
tire that has become too hot) could have an explosive mixture with the oxygen (in the air that was put in the tire).
a tire explosion can cause damage to the airplane and/or injury to persons

1) Install the tire inflator, SPL-1527 (refer to the instructions on the tool).

WARNING: use a regulated pressure source to service the tires. an unregulated pressure source can cause
injuries to persons and damage to the equipment.

(2) Inflate the tire with nitrogen to the pressure shown in Figure 1.

(3) Remove the tire inflation tool.


(a) Fill the Tire Again

(1) Install the tire inflation tool (refer to the instructions on the tool).

NOTE: If you find that the oxygen content will be more than 5% by volume (in the steps that follow where you fill
the tire with air), deflate the tire to one atmosphere and do the initial fill procedure.

WARNING: use a regulated pressure source to service the tires. an unregulated pressure source can cause
injuries to persons and damage to the equipment.

(2) Fill (top-off) the tire with nitrogen.

NOTE: Air can be used when nitrogen is not available if the oxygen content in the tire will not be more than 5% by
volume. To make sure the oxygen content will not be more than 5%, use one of the procedures that follow.

(a)Procedure 1

Make a record of each time you fill the tire with air.

NOTE: If the tire has lowest loaded tire pressure of the lowest weight airplane, the sum of all the air pressures
that were added to the tire must not be more than 16 psi.

EXAMPLE: You can add one 6 psi and one time 10 psi of air before the tire must be deflated and inflated with
nitrogen.
(b) Procedure 2:
Make a record of each time you fill the tire with air.

NOTE: If you know the loaded inflation pressure of the tire, the sum of all the air pressures added to the tire must
not be more than the maximum given in Figure 2.

3) Remove the tire inflation tool.

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Figure 1

A/C Registration MTOW


AP-BJN, AP-BJU, AP-BJQ, AP-BJV, AP-BJP, AP-BJO, 143,500 lbs
AP-BKO, AP-BKF

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Figure 2 NOTE: ONLY APPLICABLE TO AP-BJR AND AP-BJT

APPLICABILITY: A/C Registration MTOW


AP-BJR, AP-BJT 150,000 lbs

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Figure 3

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External Check of the Airplane.

Check nose and main landing gear tires, wheels and brakes for obvious
damage.
Visually check condition of nose & main landing gear viewing
windows.Clean as required.

Check the nose and main landing gear tires for the following conditions.

Extent and pattern of normal thread wear.


Cuts in treads and sidewalls.
Cracks or tears in tread.
Openings of any splices in tread or side walls.
Presence of any bulges or blisters.
3 Indication or chaffing between tire and wheel.
Significant spillage of hydraulic fluid onto tire surface.

Check fuselage access/service panels, cabin windows, hatches,


navigation/communication antennas and radome from ground level for
obvious damage and security. Verify that cargo door latches are fully
engaged. In particular, double check the aft cargo doors on aircraft AP-
BKO, to verify that latches are fully engaged. Masts and drains for fluid
leakage.

Check that the fueling station door is secured


Check that flame assestor pressure relief valve pottet is flush

Tail Skid Crushable Cartridge Decal

Procedure:
A. General
(1) The following paragraph provides a definition to be used during a
scheduled maintenance task.
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B.Inspection
(2) Do the Visual Check.
A visual check is an observation to determine that an item is fulfilling its
intended purpose. Does not require quantitative tolerances. This is a
failure finding task.

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Visually check left and right main landing gear brake assembly
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wear pin for minimum Extension.

Procedure :

Tools/Equipment:

Reference Title

AMM 24-22-00 P/B 201 MANUAL CONTROL - MAINTENANCE PRACTICES (APPLY POWER)
AMM 29-15-00 P/B 201 HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS A, B, AND STANDBY - MAINTENANCE PRACTICES
AMM 32-00-01 P/B 201 GROUND LOCK ASSEMBLIES - MAINTENANCE PRACTICES

1. Prepare to Do a Check on the Main Gear Brake

A. Prepare for the Brake Check

(1)Make sure the landing gear is down and locked and that you install the ground locks on the landing gear
(AMM PAGEBLOCK 32-00-01/201).
(2) Put chocks at the wheels and release the parking brake.
(3) Supply electrical power to the airplane (AMM PAGEBLOCK 24-22-00/201).
(4) Pressurize hydraulic systems A and B (AMM PAGEBLOCK 29-15-00/201).

2. Wear Check of the Brake Unit with the Wheel Installed

A. Procedure

(1) Set the parking brake and do a check for a worn brake unit.

NOTE: Each brake has two brake wear indicator pins.

(a) If the two wear indicator pins are missing, you must replace the brake prior to the next flight.

(b) If one wear indicator pin is missing, the brake can stay in service if the remaining wear pin operation is
satisfactory.

CAUTION: Do not let the brake unit wear until the reline indicator pin is below the surface, damage to equipment
can occur.

(a)If an indicator pin is flush with or below the surface of the bushing as shown in (Figure 1), you must replace the
brake.

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Figure 1

Figure 2

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INLET AND LPT TURBINE BLADES

Visually check the exposed areas of the left engine last stage turbine
blades for cracks, condition and security of installation. Check inlet cowl,
nose dome and visible fan blades for obvious damage. Check thrust
reverser, vortex generator, exhaust tail plug and exhaust case struts for
obvious damage. Check for open latches and blow out panels and for
6 signs of fluid leakage.

Visually check the exposed areas of the right engine last stage turbine
blade for cracks, condition and security of installation. Check inlet cowl,
nose dome and visible fan blades for obvious damage. Check thrust
reverser, vortex generator, exhaust tail plug and exhaust case struts for
obvious damage. Check for open latches and blow out panels and for
signs of fluid leakage.

Procedure:

1. Detailed Visual Inspection

A. General

(1) The following paragraph provides a definition to be used during a scheduled maintenance task.

B. Inspection

(1) Do the Detailed Visual inspection. A Detail Visual inspection is an intensive examination of a specific item,
installation to detect irregularity. Available lighting is normally supplemented with a direct source of good lighting at an
intensity deemed appropriate. Inspection aids such as mirrors, magnifying lenses, etc. may be necessary. Surface
cleaning and elaborate access procedures may be required.

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Engine Oil

Top off engine oil on No.1 engine after 5 minutes from the engine shut
down, but not greater than 30 minutes then record consumption.

7 Top off engine oil on No.2 engine after 5 minutes from the engine shut
down, but not greater than 30 minutes then record consumption.

Oil Consumption Data

Sector Airtime Engine #1 Engine #2

Total Oil Filled


A/C Flying Time HRS MTS

Oil Consumption
us Qts/HR

NOTE: Normal oil consumption is less than 0.4 U.S. quarts/hour or 0.1 U.S. gallons/hour (0.38liters/hour).
Ref: MM 71-00-00-842-054-C00 Intimate QC for the following Observations.

(a) Oil consumption that shows a gradually increasing trend.


(b) Oil consumption that shows a sudden step increase.
(c) Oil consumption that is more than 0.8 U.S. quarts/hour or 0.2 U.S. gallons/hour (0.76 liters/hour).

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ENGINE COWLING

8 Check engine cowling, inlet cowls, nose domes and visible fan blades for
obvious damage. Check access panels and blowout panels for condition and
security. Also check for open latches and obvious signs of fuel and hydraulic
leaks.

CARGO FIRE/SMOKE DETECTION

Operationally check the Cargo Compartment Fire/Smoke Detection System.


(Press to Test Check from Flight Deck).

Procedure:

Reference Title
AMM 26-16-00 Cargo Compartment Smoke Detection - Operational Test

1. Operational Test

9 A. Do the operational test.

(1) Push and hold the TEST switch on the Cargo Fire Control panel.
(a) Make sure the FWD EXT and AFT EXT lights come on.

(2) Release the TEST switch.

(3) Do the Cargo Compartment Smoke Detection - Operational Test.

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10 Operationally check of standby power system.


Procedure:

NOTE: Perform this task with a fully charged battery. Do not do with any other check item. If power is necessary for
other maintenance tasks use ground or APU.
Reference Title

AMM 24-21-00 AC GENERATION SYSTEM


AMM 24-22-00 P/B 201 MANUAL CONTROL - MAINTENANCE PRACTICES (APPLY POWER)
AMM 24-31-00 DC GENERATION SYSTEM
AMM 49-11-00 P/B 201 APU POWER PLANT - MAINTENANCE PRACTICES
AMM 49-21-00 P/B 201 APU ENGINE - MAINTENANCE PRACTICES

1.Standby Power System - Operational Test - (1 mechanic)

A. General

(1)This test uses a deactuators between the ground safety sensor and its target to put the airplane in the air mode.
This makes sure the battery will automatically supply power to the standby buses if the ac buses have no power.
(2)To get accurate results from this test, the ac generation system (AMM SUBJECT 24-21-00) and the dc generation
system (AMM SUBJECT 24-31-00) must operate correctly.

B.Equipment

(1) Deactuator bars for the proximity sensors:


(a) Material: 5052, 6061, 7076, or 2024 aluminum or sheet copper.
(b) Size: For rectangular sensors - 1.5 x 0.75 x 0.05 inches. For round sensors - 1.0 x 1.0 x 0.05 inches.

C.Procedure

(1) Open this access panel:

Number Name/Location
1103 Forward Access Door

(2) Make sure that the circuit breakers for the dc and standby power systems are closed.
(a) The circuit breakers on the J9 panel
(b) The circuit breakers on the P6-4 panel
(c) The circuit breakers on the P6-5 panel
(d) The circuit breakers on the P6-6 panel.

(3) Supply external or APU generator power (AMM PAGEBLOCK 24-22-00/201).

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4) Do the Operational Test.
(a) Turn the dc meters switch on the P5-13 panel to TR3.
(1) Make sure that the dc voltmeter shows 26 ± 4 volts.
(b) Push the POSITION light switch on the P5 overhead panel to the ON BATT or STEADY position

NOTE: The POSITION light switch is located on the lower right of the P5 panel.
(c) Make sure that the dc ammeter indication increases approximately 5 amperes.
(d) Push the POSITION switch to the OFF position.
(e) Make sure that the dc ammeter indication decreases approximately 5 amperes (returns to its original value).
(f) Turn the dc meters switch to BAT BUS.
1) Make sure that the dc voltmeter shows approximately the same voltage as for the TR3 position ( ± 0.5volt).

(g) Push the STANDBY POWER switch to OFF.


(1) Make sure that the STANDBY POWER OFF light comes on.
(2) Turn the ac meters switch on the P5-13 panel to STBY PWR.
(a) Make sure that the ac voltmeter shows no voltage.
(3) Turn the dc meters switch to STBY PWR.
(a) Make sure that the dc voltmeter shows 0-5 volts.

(h) Push the STANDBY POWER switch to AUTO.


(1) Make sure these indications occur:
a) The STANDBY PWR OFF light goes off
b) The dc voltmeter shows 26 ± 4 volts
c) The ac voltmeter shows 115 ± 5 volt
d) The frequency meter shows 400 ± 5 Hz

(i) Push the GRD PWR switch or the APU GEN No. 1 and No. 2 switches to OFF.
1) Make sure that the STANDBY PWR OFF light comes on.
2) Turn the dc meters switch to these positions and look for the correct voltages on the dc voltmeter:
a) TR3 - 0 volts
b) BAT - 24 ±4 volts
c) BAT BUS - approximately the same as for the BAT position (± 0.5 volts)
d) STBY PWR - 0 volts
3) Turn the AC meters switch to INV.
4) Make sure that the ac voltmeter shows no voltage.

(j) Open the forward access door near the nose landing gear.

WARNING: MAKE SURE THAT PERSONS AND EQUIPMENT ARE CLEAR OF THE LEADING EDGE SLATS
BEFORE YOU PUT THE AIRPLANE IN THE AIR MODE.THE LEADING EDGE SLATS CAN EXTEND
AUTOMATICALLY WHEN YOU PUT THE AIRPLANE IN THE AIR MODE. THIS CAN CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONS
AND DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT.

(k) Put a deactuator between the ground safety sensor, S105 and its target.

NOTE: S105 is located near the right main landing gear.

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(l) Make sure the GROUND SENSING test light on the front panel of the E11 landing gear logic shelf comes on.
1) In the flight deck, make sure these indications occur.
a) The STANDBY PWR OFF light goes off.
b) The dc voltmeter shows 24 ± 4 volts
c) The ac voltmeter shows 115 ± 5 volts
d) The frequency meter shows 400 ± 5 Hz.

(m) Remove the deactuator between the ground safety sensor, S105 and its target.
1) Make sure that the STANDBY POWER OFF light comes on.
(n) Close the forward access door.
(o) Push the STANDBY POWER switch to BAT.
1) Make sure that the STANDBY PWR OFF light goes off.
2) Turn the ac meters switch to INV.
3) Make sure that the dc voltmeter shows 24 ± 4 volts.

(p) Put the STANDBY POWER switch to OFF.


1) Make sure the STANDBY PWR OFF light is ON.

CAUTION: MAKE SURE TO SHUTDOWN THE APU BEFORE YOU SET THE BAT SWITCH TO THE OFF
POSITION.DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT CAN OCCUR.

(q) If the APU is used as the power source, Shut down the APU
(AMM PAGEBLOCK 49-11-00/201 or AMM PAGEBLOCK 49-21-00/201).

(R) Put the BAT switch to OFF.


1) Make sure electrical power is removed from the airplane.
a) Make sure the STANDBY PWR OFF light is OFF.

(S) Put the STANDBY PWR switch to OFF.


1) Make sure the STANDBY PWR OFF light remains OFF.
2) Make sure electrical power is removed from the airplane.

(T) Put the BAT switch to ON.


1) Make sure the STANDBY PWR OFF light is ON.

D. Put the System Back to its Usual Condition.


(1) Push the STANDBY POWER switch to AUTO.
(2) Push the GRD PWR switch or the APU GEN No. 1 and No. 2 switches to ON.
(3) Make sure that the battery is fully charged.
(4) Turn the dc meters switch to TR1.
(5) Remove electrical power if it is not necessary (AMM PAGEBLOCK 24-22-00/201).
(6) Close this access panel:

Number Name/Location
1103 Forward Access Door

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EMERGENCY EQUIPMENT
11 Check all the Emergency Equipment for condition Quantity & validation.
Refer Emergency Equipment Chart Installed in Aircraft.
Procedure:
Check that all installation / fixtures / brackets etc require to secure the emergency equipment to their proper location
are installed.
• Fire extinguisher
• Smoke goggle
• Fire gloves
• First aid kit
• Crash Axe
• Portable O2 bottle
• Life vest
• Emergency flash lights
• Megaphones
• ELT
• Demo kit
• O2 panel release pin
• Escape ropes
• Escape light
• Protective Breathing Equipment (PBE)
• Ensure the serviceability, check security of seal and .Also check life i.e. 10 years from date of manufacture.
• Inspect through “Clear access door” provided on the PBE container ensure that.
• PBE unit (Pouch) is installed inside the container.
• Verify the condition of “Vacuum Seal”.
INTERIOR & EXTERIOR LIGHTS MECH AME
12 Check all the interior & exterior lights for proper operation.

Procedure:
Check the following light for proper working and operation
a) Position Lights
b) Anti-Collision Lights
c) Landing Lights (Inboard and Outboard)
d) Runway Turnoff Lights
e) Taxi Lights
f) Logo Lights
g) Emergency Lights
h) Exit signs and markings
i) Ceiling mounted
j) PSU mounted and window- reveal lights.
k) Wheel well gear inspection lights.
l) Cargo Compartment light

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RADIO

OPS Check of PA, Service interphone and flight interphone for satisfactory
13 performance.

Check all headphones, headsets and microphones for Presence, condition


and proper stowage.
CABIN
Carry out inspection of self illuminating Strip on Cabin Floor for condition &
proper installation
Check crew oxygen pressure & replace bottle if found low.

FWD & AFT Galleys:


1) Cleanliness & general condition.
2) Galley service door.
3) Check operation of galley ovens, tray inserts, boilers, refrigerator & hot cup.
4) Electrical outlets, control switch & lights, flush motor & timer.

FWD & AFT Lavatories:


1) Cleanliness & general condition.
2) Operate toilet-check for unusual noise.
14 3) Check lavatory fire ext. indicaor & Ext. discharge tips.
4) Lavatory paper & line waste receptacle enclosures access door, proper
operation, fit sealing & latching to ensure containment of possible trash fires.

Passenger cabin:
1) Cleanliness & general condition.
2) Carpets.
3) Seats.
4) Belts.
5) Passenger Servcie units.
6) Sidewall & ceiling panels.
7) overhead stowage compartments
8) Main & Nose gear viewing windows
9) Window & shades

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OPERATIONALLY CHECK THE AURAL WARNING MODULE.
ACCOMPLISHED TO COMPLY WITH ALTERNATE MEANS OF
15 COMPLIANCE WITH AD 88-22-09.
NOTE: THIS TASK IS ONLY APPLICABLE ON AP-BJU, AP-BJO & AP-
BKF.
Procedure:.

Reference Title
AMM 24-22-00 P/B 201 MANUAL CONTROL - MAINTENANCE PRACTICES (APPLY POWER)
1. Aural Warning Module Operational Test
A. General
(1) This test is a quick check of the takeoff warning horn. The test does not do a check of all the devices which make
noise in the aural warning devices box.
B. Procedure
(1) Supply electrical power (AMM PAGEBLOCK 24-22-00/201).
(2) Make sure these circuit breakers are closed:
(a) On the load control center - right panel, P6:
1) AURAL WARN
2) LANDING GR LEVER LATCH
3) LANDING GEAR LIGHTS
(3) Do one of these steps
(a) Make sure the flap control lever is outside of the takeoff range.
(b) Make sure the speed brake handle is not in the down detent position.
(c) Make sure the stabilizer is out of the green band range.
(d) Make sure the leading edge flaps are not extended.
(e) Make sure the parking brake is set.
(4) Move the thrust levers to the takeoff position.
(a) Make sure you hear the warning horn.SB 737-31A1325
(b) Make sure the „„Red‟‟ TAKEOFF WARNING light on the P2-2 panel is ON.
(5) Move the thrust levers to the idle position.
(a) Make sure the warning horn stops. (SB 737-31A1325)
(b) Make sure the „„Red‟‟ TAKEOFF WARNING light on the P2-2 panel is OFF.
(6) Make sure the following circuit breaker is open.
(a) On the load control center - right panel, P6.
1) AURAL WARN
(7) Make sure the following circuit breaker is closed.
(a) On the load control center - right panel, P6
(1) LANDING GR LATCH & PRESSURE WARNING
(8) Move the thrust levers to the takeoff position.
(a) Make sure the warning horn does not sound.(SB 737-31A1325)
(b) Make sure the „„Red‟‟ TAKEOFF WARNING light on the P2-2 panel is ON.
(9) Move the thrust levers to the idle position.
(10) Make sure the following circuit breaker is closed:
(a) On the load center - right panel, P6:
1) AURAL WARN
(11) Put the airplane back into normal configuration.
(12) Remove electrical power if it is not necessary (AMM PAGEBLOCK 24-22-00/201).

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CARD NO.
SHAHEEN AIR A/C REG STA DATE
DY - 12
Boeing 737-400 ISSUE No. REV
Maintenance Task Card 01 19-SEP-2016

SIGN OFF
ITEM TITLE : DAILY CHECK
MECH AME

MLG SHOCK STRUT - LEFT


16 MLG SHOCK STRUT - RIGHT
NOSE LANDING GEAR SHOCK STRUT
Clean exposed surface of left main landing gear strut piston with a cloth moistened with MIL-H-5606
hydraulic fluid and wipe with dry cloth. Check X-dimension extension on strut piston to verify that
piston is not flat.

1. Main Landing Gear Shock Strut Servicing (Right/Left)


A. General
(1) This procedure is a scheduled maintenance task.
B. Procedure
(1) Clean exposed surface of main landing gear strut piston with a cloth moistened with
MIL-H-5606 hydraulic fluid and wipe with dry cloth. Check X-dimension extension on
strut piston to verify that piston is not flat.
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1. Nose Landing Gear Shock Strut Servicing
A. General
(1) This procedure is a scheduled maintenance task.
B. Procedure
(1) Clean exposed surface of noselanding gear strut piston with a cloth moistened with
MIL-H-5606 hydraulic fluid and wipe with dry cloth. Check X-dimension extension on
strut piston to verify that piston is not flat.
Fuel Tank Sumping MECH AME
Drain sumps for fuel tank 1,2 and center wing, drain APU fuel line
17
shroud for the removal of the water from the fuel tanks as per AMM
12-11-01.
NOTE: Before you sump the tank, a quantity of time is necessary for the separation of water from fuel. The
time rate to isolate the fuel from the water is 1 hour for each foot of fuel depth.

- Look at each fuel sample for water, for ice, or for contamination. Water in the fuel usually shows as a layer
below the fuel or as small bubbles in the fuel. The ice crystals usually show as cloudiness or a haziness in the
fuel. Fuel with no water, ice or contamination is clear and bright. You can easily see material through it.

NOTE: Jet-A fuel can have different colors. It can have a range of colors from yellow (straw) colors to no color.
The words "clear and bright" do not refer to the color of fuel. Yellow fuel or fuel that has no color can be "clear
and bright" as specified above.

- You may put one or two drops of food coloring into the transparent container, before you drain fuel samples
from each sump valve into it. This will help you find water in the fuel, since the water will have color.
-Drain the tank sumps sufficiently to make sure you remove water or other contamination from the system.

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CARD NO.
SHAHEEN AIR A/C REG STA DATE
DY - 13
Boeing 737-400 ISSUE No. REV
Maintenance Task Card 01 19-SEP-2016

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CARD NO.
SHAHEEN AIR A/C REG STA DATE
DY - 14
Boeing 737-400 ISSUE No. REV
Maintenance Task Card 01 19-SEP-2016

CERTIFICATE OF RELEASE TO SERVICE

Certifies that the work specified except as otherwise specified was carried out in accordance with EASA / ANO 145
and in respect to that work the aircraft/aircraft component is considered ready for release to service.

SIGNATURE:

AME LICENSE / APPROVAL:

DATE:

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