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SECTION 0
PRESENTATION
This manual covers the entire range of DR400 aircraft except for the DR400/500 and
DR400 RP.
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features of the DR400/200R.
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- Description of Maintenance
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- Installation torque for spark plugs
and lead nuts
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- SB95 & AD F-1982-145 taken
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- Updating of sections 01 and 05
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circuit hoses.
Special tools, reference of
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- Updating of sections 6
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pulley support tube)
- Updating of sections 12
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SUMMARY



Section, Title § Wording

1 GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS 1.1 DESCRIPTION
1.2 AVAILABLE MODELS
1.3 DIMENSIONS

2 MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE

3 MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS, 3.1 MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS
INSPECTIONS AND REPAIRS 3.2 WEIGHING AND CENTRING
3.3 TORQUING (screwed components)
3.4 CONTROL SURFACE BALANCING
3.5 REPAIRS
3.6 PROTECTION
3.7 SPECIAL TOOLS
3.8 TECHNICAL CARE PRODUCTS

4 AIRFRAME 4.1 INTRODUCTION
4.2 FUSELAGE
4.3 FIREWALL
4.4 CANOPIES
4.5 WINGS
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5 POWER-PLANT 5.1 ENGINE COMPRESSION - VERIFICATION
5.2 ENGINE AND ACCESSORIES - REMOVAL
(S/N < 2212)
5.3 ENGINE - SWIVELLING (S/N > 2212)
5.4 ENGINE AND ACCESSORIES - REMOVAL
(S/N 2212 and later)
5.5 CARBURETTOR
5.6 FUEL SYSTEM - ENGINE COMPARTMENT
5.7 ENGINE OIL SYSTEM
5.8 ENGINE AIR INTAKE
5.9 IGNITION
5.10 ENGINE CONTROLS
5.11 ENGINE SUPERVISION
5.12 EXHAUST
5.13 ENGINE MOUNT, ENGINE SHOCK MOUNTS
5.14 STARTER
5.15 ALTERNATOR
5.16 PROPELLERS
5.17 ENGINE BAFFLES
5.18 ENGINE STORAGE
5.19 OPERATING DEFECTS

6 FLIGHT CONTROLS AND 6.1 GENERAL, DESCRIPTION
CONTROL SURFACES 6.2 STABILATOR CONTROL
6.3 STABILATOR
6.4 STABILATOR TRIM
6.5 RUDDER BARS (Pre-1988 aircraft)
6.6 RUDDER BARS (Post-1988 aircraft)
6.7 RUDDER
6.8 AILERON CONTROL
6.9 AILERONS
6.10 FLAP CONTROL
6.11 FLAPS
6.12 OPTIONS

7 LANDING GEAR 7.1 DESCRIPTION
7.2 NOSE LANDING GEAR
7.3 MAIN LANDING GEAR
7.4 WHEELS
7.5 FLUID AND HYDRAULIC LANDING GEAR - FILLING
7.6 FAULT-FINDING
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8 BRAKING SYSTEM 8.1 DRUM BRAKES - MAIN WHEEL ASSEMBLY
8.2 DISC BRAKES - MAIN WHEEL ASSEMBLY
8.3 BRAKE UNIT - PRE-1988 AIRCRAFT
8.4 BRAKE UNIT - 1988-1989 VERSION
8.5 BRAKE UNIT - 1989-1992 VERSION
8.6 BRAKE UNIT - POST-1992
8.7 MASTER CYLINDER AND PARKING BRAKE
VALVE SEALS - REPLACEMENT
8.8 BRAKE SYSTEM - DRAINING / BLEEDING
8.9 BRAKE FLUID RESERVOIR
8.10 FAULT-FINDING

9 FUEL SYSTEM 9.1 DESCRIPTION, GENERAL POINTS
9.2 110 LITRE MAIN FUEL TANK
9.3 WING TANK (S/N < 2137 & 2145, 2146)
9.4 WING TANK (S/N ≥ 2137 except 2145, 2146)
9.5 AUXILIARY FUEL TANKS
9.6 FUEL GAUGE
9.7 FUEL LEVEL SENDER ADJUSTMENT
9.8 FINGER SCREENS, FILTERS AND DRAINS
9.9 FUEL SELECTOR VALVES AND CONTROL
9.10 ELECTRICAL PRIMER PUMP
9.11 FUEL LINES, CONNECTIONS
9.12 TANK CAP
9-13 FAULT FINDING

10 INSTRUMENTS 10.1 GENERAL POINTS
10.2 PITOT-STATIC SYSTEM
10.3 VACUUM SYSTEM
10.4 TACHOMETER
10.5 FUEL PRESSURE INDICATOR
10.6 WESTACH OIL TEMPERATURE INDICATOR

11 INSTRUMENT PANEL, CONSOLE 11.1 GLARESHIELD
11.2 GLOVE COMPARTMENT
11.3 INSTRUMENT PANEL
11.4 CENTRE CONSOLE
11.5 FACIA PANEL

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12 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM 12.1 WET ELECTROLYTE BATTERY
12.2 DRY BATTERIES (GEL)
12.3 BATTERY AND STARTER RELAY
12.4 REGULATOR AND OVERVOLTAGE RELAY
12.5 LANDING AND TAXI LIGHTS
12.6 GENERAL POINTS - WIRING
12.7 WIRING DIAGRAMS

13 HEATING AND VENTILATION 13.1 HEATING: DESCRIPTION - OPERATION
13.2 VENTILATION
13.3 HEATING SYSTEM MAINTENANCE

14 SEATS - PANELLING 14.1 FRONT SEATS
14.2 REAR SEATS
14.3 SEAT BELTS
14.4 SIDE PANELLING
14.5 CARPETS

15 OPTIONS - ACCESSORIES 15.1 NAVIGATION LIGHTS - ANTI-COLLISION LIGHTS
15.2 RADIO-NAVIGATION SETS
15.3 AUXILIARY FUEL TANKS
15.4 BAGGAGE COMPARTMENT DOOR
15.5 ROLL STABILISER
15.6 RUDDER TRIM
15.7 SILENCERS - EXHAUST FLUTES
15.8 TOW HOOK (DR400/180R & DR400/200R)
15.9 ADJUSTABLE REAR VIEW MIRROR
15.10 FIXED REAR VIEW MIRRORS
15.11 CABLE WINDER (MAAG Type RPM 01/88)
15.12 GROUND POWER SOCKET (NATO type)
15.13 S-TEC 20/30 AUTOPILOT

16 DR400/200R 16.1 GENERAL POINTS - PRESENTATION
16.2 ENGINE
16.3 PROPELLER
16.4 ENGINE AIR INTAKE
16.5 ENGINE CONTROLS
16.6 ENGINE COWL FLAP
16.7 EXHAUST AND SILENCER
16.8 FUEL SYSTEM
16.9 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
16.10 HEATING - VENTILATION
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AIRCRAFT
LYCOMING
ENGINE
TYPE
NORMAL
RATED
POWER
CARBURAT.
setting
DISPLACEMENT
COMPR.
RATIO
FIRING
ORDER
DR400/100 O-235 L2A
118 HP
2800 RPM
MA3 PA
10.51.42
10.52.20
3769 cm
3
233.3 cu.in
8.5 :1 1-3-2-4
DR400/2+2
O-235 H2C
or C2C
108 HP
2600 RPM
MA3 PA
10.50.50
3769 cm
3
233.3 cu.in
6.75:1 1-3-2-4
DR400/120
O-235 L2A
or K2A or
K2B
118 HP
2800 RPM
MA3 PA
10.51.42
10.52.20
3769 cm
3
233.3 cu.in
8.5 :1 1-3-2-4
DR400/120A
O-235 L2A
or K2A or
K2B
118 HP
2800 RPM
MA3 PA
10.51.42
10.52.20
3769 cm
3
233.3 cu.in
8.5 :1 1-3-2-4
DR400/120D
O-235 L2A
or K2A or
K2B
118 HP
2800 RPM
MA3 PA
10.51.42
10.52.20
3769 cm
3
233.3 cu.in
8.5 :1 1-3-2-4
DR400/125
O-235 F2B
or J2A
125 HP
2800 RPM
MA3 PA
10.51.26
3769 cm
3
233.3 cu.in
9.7:1 1-3-2-4
DR400/140 O-320 E2A
150 HP
2700 RPM
MA4SPA
10.50.09
5240 cm
3
320 cu.in
7.0:1 1-3-2-4
DR400/140B O-320 D2A
160 HP
2700 RPM
MA4SPA
10.49.10
10.51.35
10.52.17
5240 cm
3
320 cu.in
7.0:1 1-3-2-4
DR400/160 O-320 D2A
160 HP
2700 RPM
MA4SPA
10.49.10
10.51.35
10.52.17
5240 cm
3
320 cu.in
8.5:1 1-3-2-4
DR400/160D O-320 D2A
160 HP
2700 RPM
MA4SPA
10.49.10
10.51.35
10.52.17
5240 cm
3
320 cu.in
8.5:1 1-3-2-4
DR400/180
O-360 A3A
or A1A or
A1P
180 HP
2700 RPM
MA4S
10.38.78
5900 cm
3
361 cu.in
8.5:1 1-3-2-4
DR400/180S O-360 A3A
180 HP
2700 RPM
MA4S
10.38.78
5900 cm
3
361 cu.in
8.5:1 1-3-2-4
DR400/180R
O-360 A3A
or A1P
180 HP
2700 RPM
MA4S
10.38.78
5900 cm
3
361 cu.in
8.5:1 1-3-2-4
DR400/200R
IO-360
A1B6
200 HP
2700 RPM
INJECTION
RSA-5AD1
5900 cm
3
361 cu.in
8.7:1 1-3-2-4
DR400/NGL O-360 A3A
180 HP
2700 RPM
MA4S
10.38.78
5900 cm
3
361 cu.in
8.5:1 1-3-2-4

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MAGNETOS *** FUEL
AIRCRAFT
LYCOMING
ENGINE
TYPE LEFT RIGHT
SPARK
OCCURS
OCTANE
MINI
TOTAL
QUANTITY
UNUSABLE
FUEL QTY
DR400/100 O-235 L2A
S4LN-21
or 4372
S4LN-20
or 4370
20°BTC 100/100LL MAIN: 110 L 10 L **
DR400/2+2
O-235 H2C
or C2C
4251
or 4371
4250 25°BTC 80/87
MAIN: 110 L
Option : 50 L
10 L **
DR400/120
O-235 L2A
or K2A or
K2B
S4LN-21
or 4372
S4LN-20
or 4370
20°BTC 100/100LL
MAIN: 110 L
Option : 50 L
10 L **
DR400/120A
O-235 L2A
or K2A or
K2B
S4LN-21
or 4372
S4LN-20
or 4370
20°BTC 100/100LL
MAIN: 110 L
Option : 50 L
10 L **
DR400/120D
O-235 L2A
or K2A or
K2B
S4LN-21
or 4372
S4LN-20
or 4370
20°BTC 100/100LL
MAIN: 110 L
Option : 50 L
10 L **
DR400/125
O-235 F2B
or J2A
S4LN-1227
or 4373
S4LN-1209
or 4370
25°BTC 100/100LL
MAIN: 110 L
Option : 50 L
10 L **
DR400/140 O-320 E2A
S4LN-21
or 4373
S4LN-20
or 4370
25°BTC 80/87
MAIN: 110 L
Option : 50 L
10 L **
DR400/140B O-320 D2A
S4LN-21
or 4373
S4LN-20
or 4370
25°BTC
91/96 or
100/130
MAIN: 110 L
Option : 50 L
10 L **
DR400/160 O-320 D2A
S4LN-21
or 4373
S4LN-20
or 4370
25°BTC
91/96 or
100/130
MAIN: 110 L
WING : 2x40 L
Option : 50 L
10 L **
2x1L
DR400/160D O-320 D2A
S4LN-21
or 4373
S4LN-20
or 4370
25°BTC
91/96 or
100/130
MAIN: 110 L
WING : 2x40 L
Option : 50 L
10 L **
2x1L
DR400/180
O-360 A3A
or A1A or
A1P
S4LN-21
or 4373
S4LN-20
or 4370
25°BTC
91/96 or
100/130
MAIN: 110 L
WING : 2x40 L
Option : 50 L
10 L **
2x1L
DR400/180S O-360 A3A
S4LN-21
or 4373
S4LN-20
or 4370
25°BTC
91/96 or
100/130
MAIN: 110 L
WING : 2x40 L
Option : 50 L
10 L **
2x1L
DR400/180R
O-360 A3A
or A1P
S4LN-21
or 4373
S4LN-20
or 4370
25°BTC
91/96 or
100/130
MAIN: 110 L
Option : 50 L
10 L
DR400/200R
IO-360
A1B6
S4LN-1227
or 4372
or 4373
S4LN-1209
or 4370
20°BTC * 100/130
MAIN: 110 L
Option : 50 L
1 L
DR400/NGL O-360 A3A
S4LN-21
or 4373
S4LN-20
or 4370
25°BTC
91/96 or
100/130
MAIN: 110 L
WING : 2x40 L
Option : 50 L
10 L **
2x1L
* NOTE : depends on the engine serial number
** NOTE : aircraft serial number 2212 and up: unusable fuel quantity of the main tank: 1 litre
*** NOTE : Magnetos SLICK or BENDIX might be fitted

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ENGINE OIL
AIRCRAFT
LYCOMING
ENGINE
TYPE
OIL SUMP
CAPACITY
MINI SAFE
QUANTITY
CONSUMP.
Litres/h
MAXIMUM
PRESSURE
MINIMUM
PRESSURE
MAXIMUM
TEMP.
DR400/100 O-235 L2A
5,7 litres
6 Qts
1,9 litres
2 Qts
0,29 l/h
75% rated
6,2 BAR
90 PSI
4,13 BAR
60 PSI
118 °C
245 °F
DR400/2+2
O-235 H2C
or C2C
5,7 litres
6 Qts
1,9 litres
2 Qts
0,28 l/h
75% rated
6,2 BAR
90 PSI
4,13 BAR
60 PSI
118 °C
245 °F
DR400/120
O-235 L2A
or K2A or
K2B
5,7 litres
6 Qts
1,9 litres
2 Qts
0,28 l/h
75% rated
6,2 BAR
90 PSI
4,13 BAR
60 PSI
118 °C
245 °F
DR400/120A
O-235 L2A
or K2A or
K2B
5,7 litres
6 Qts
1,9 litres
2 Qts
0,28 l/h
75% rated
6,2 BAR
90 PSI
4,13 BAR
60 PSI
118 °C
245 °F
DR400/120D
O-235 L2A
or K2A or
K2B
5,7 litres
6 Qts
1,9 litres
2 Qts
0,28 l/h
75% rated
6,2 BAR
90 PSI
4,13 BAR
60 PSI
118 °C
245 °F
DR400/125
O-235 F2B
or J2A
5,7 litres
6 Qts
1,9 litres
2 Qts
0,28 l/h
75% rated
6,2 BAR
90 PSI
4,13 BAR
60 PSI
118 °C
245 °F
DR400/140 O-320 E2A
7,6 litres
8 Qts
1,9 litres
2 Qts
0,35 l/h
75% rated
6,2 BAR
90 PSI
4,13 BAR
60 PSI
118 °C
245 °F
DR400/140B O-320 D2A
7,6 litres
8 Qts
1,9 litres
2 Qts
0,35 l/h
75% rated
6,2 BAR
90 PSI
4,13 BAR
60 PSI
118 °C
245 °F
DR400/160 O-320 D2A
7,6 litres
8 Qts
1,9 litres
2 Qts
0,35 l/h
75% rated
6,2 BAR
90 PSI
4,13 BAR
60 PSI
118 °C
245 °F
DR400/160D O-320 D2A
7,6 litres
8 Qts
1,9 litres
2 Qts
0,35 l/h
75% rated
6,2 BAR
90 PSI
4,13 BAR
60 PSI
118 °C
245 °F
DR400/180
O-360 A3A
or A1A or
A1P
7,6 litres
8 Qts
1,9 litres
2 Qts
0,42 l/h
75% rated
6,55 BAR
95 PSI
3,8 BAR
55 PSI
118 °C
245 °F
DR400/180S O-360 A3A
7,6 litres
8 Qts
1,9 litres
2 Qts
0,42 l/h
75% rated
6,55 BAR
95 PSI
3,8 BAR
55 PSI
118 °C
245 °F
DR400/180R
O-360 A3A
or A1P
7,6 litres
8 Qts
1,9 litres
2 Qts
0,42 l/h
75% rated
6,55 BAR
95 PSI
3,8 BAR
55 PSI
118 °C
245 °F
DR400/200R
IO-360
A1B6
7,6 litres
8 Qts
1,9 litres
2 Qts
0,48 l/h
75% rated
6,55 BAR
95 PSI
3,8 BAR
55 PSI
118 °C
245 °F
DR400/NGL O-360 A3A
7,6 litres
8 Qts
1,9 litres
2 Qts
0,42 l/h
75% rated
6,55 BAR
95 PSI
3,8 BAR
55 PSI
118 °C
245 °F

TABLEAU 1.3 – DR400 CHARACTERISTICS (ALL MODELS) (continued).

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SECTION 2
MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
The maintenance programme is covered by a separate document entitled:

"AIRWORTHINESS LIMITATIONS & MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE"
(document no. 1001586 GB)



The Maintenance Schedule is made up of six headings:

Section 1 GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
Section 2 TIME BETWEEN INSPECTIONS
Section 3 COMPONENTS AND EQUIPMENTS MAINTENANCE, USE AND
STORAGE PRACTICES
Section 4 SPECIAL MAINTENANCE INSPECTIONS
Section 5 CONTROL FLIGHT
Section 6 MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS TABLE





























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3.3 - TORQUING (screwed components)
3.3.1 - Tightening on wood
When at least one of the components to be assembled is made of wood (frequently
the case on the DR400) assembly screws, bolts and nuts shall be torqued in
accordance with the rules of the art.
Reminder:
Wood varies in volume with atmospheric conditions (especially moisture).
CAUTION
Repeated tightening on wood causes non-negligible deformation of the support and the nut may
damage the last thread of the bolt.
CHECK NO SUCH DAMAGE OCCURS (engine mount attachment, landing gear attachment, nose
gear bracket, etc.). ADD A WASHER UNDER THE NUT WHERE NECESSARY.
3.3.2 - Tightening on metal components
General rule (values shown for self-locking nuts)
STANDARD TORQUE VALUES FOR STEEL NUTS AND BOLTS*
NOMINAL LUBRICATED UNLUBRICATED
DIMENSION m.daN in.lbs m.daN in.lbs

dia. 5 mm 0.3 26 0.5 44
dia. 6 mm 0.5 44 0.9 80
dia. 8 mm 1.2 106 2.0 177
dia. 10 mm 2.5 220 4.0 354
* Tolerance: 0, +15%
3.3.3 - Special torque settings
Propellers: refer exclusively to the manufacturer's manual or the indications on the
propeller placard.
Engine shock mount bolts: 5 - 5.7 m.daN (450 - 500 in.lbs).
Installation torque for spark plugs: 420 lbf.in (35 lbf.ft) ≈ 4,75 daN.m (see Lycoming
SI 1042).
Installation torque for lead nuts (see Lycoming SI 1042):
- nut 5/8 - 24 : 80-90 lbf.in ≈ 0,9 - 1,0 daN.m
- nut 3/4 - 20 : 110-120 lbf.in ≈ 1,24 - 1,36 daN.m
Tightening clamps for very low pressure circuit hoses (fuel circuit before pumps) and
connections of air ducts for cabin air (warm and cold) and for air heat exchanger
(cooling of oil): 5 N.m or 0.5 daN.m (44.25 lbf.in or 3.69 lbf.ft), tolerance 0, +15% for
hoses in good condition.
3.4 - CONTROL SURFACE BALANCING
Any repair work on the ailerons or stabilator must be carried out with stringent
observance of the balancing requirements defined in fig. 3.2. Balance shall
therefore be checked after such operations.
This operation is performed with the control surface disconnected and set on
friction-free axes (e.g. knife edge support).
No weight may be added to or removed from these components without written
consent from the manufacturer.
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3.6 - PROTECTION
All components are protected when new (varnish, paint, cadmium-plating,
electrolytic plating, etc.).
This protection may disappear over time or with wear possibly entailing serious
deterioration of the airframe (wood rot, metal corrosion, etc.).
It is therefore important to remedy matters as soon as possible.
Electrochemically protected components (cadmium or electrolytic plating, etc.) must
be renewed.
3.7 - SPECIAL TOOLS
Drawing (1)

- Aileron test template ..........................................
- Stabilator adjustment template...........................
- Anti-balance tab adjustment template................ 96-18-02
- Rudder adjustment template..............................
- Flap adjustment template...................................
- Shimmy damper test sleeve.................................. 96-18-01
- Valve core extractor (Schrader 30456-01)
- Swivel mount pin protector .................................... 96-18-00
- Vacuum regulator valve wrench............................ 96-18-03
These tools can be ordered from C.E.A.P.R. “Parts department”.
(1) Drawings are available on C.E.A.P.R. website.
3.8 - TECHNICAL CARE PRODUCTS
See table 3.1 on the next page.
There may be equivalent products to those listed (e.g. other brands) but the
manufacturer's approval must be obtained before use.

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4.4.2.2 - Rivet fastening
- Drill out the rivets (diameter 3.2 mm) all around the edge.
- Pull off the old Plexiglas taking care to cut the adhesive beads as you work.
Take care not to unstick the panelling.
- Take the opportunity to change the weatherstrips at the same time.
- Before fitting the new Plexiglas check the canopy frame thoroughly.
- Scrape off any adhesive, bonding compound or sealant and renew the protection
if necessary (zinc chromate).
- Lay on the Plexiglas with the weatherstrip (if any) held in place (adhesive tape)
and mark it out for trimming (narrow adhesive tape). Final fitting is to be done
with the canopy closed.
Have suitably sized washers ready for fitting between the Plexiglas and the
frame (when riveting) so the mating surfaces can be aligned.
- The Plexiglas must be trimmed around the wooden dome (ahead of the
instrument panel) to leave a constant 5 mm clearance (except for the sides
which must be well clear of the guides fixed to the front of the fuselage).
- Drill the Plexiglas by transparency (3.2 mm diameter pilot hole - final hole in
Plexiglas only: diameter 6 mm).
- Rivet (with packing washers as required), coating the rivet with polyurethane
sealant so the assembly is watertight.
- Apply a bead of black silicone sealant around the inner edges and smooth out
(damp cloth and finger).
- Refit the cover strip, handles, etc. making sure the seals are watertight
(polyurethane sealant or equivalent).
- Repaint.
REMINDER: Drill at high speed using a slow helix bit with a ground tip. See fig. 4.2.

NOTE: Remove the old rivets and other debris from the canopy anchor stud
compartments so they cannot interfere with the canopy jettison system.
4.4.2.3 - Screw fastening
Same procedure as for rivets except:
- Use new screws and seals (see spares catalogue).
- Final hole in Plexiglas: 8 mm diameter (be sure to use a drill bit with a ground
tip).
NOTE: Sealing washers may be replaced by polyurethane sealant applied in
sufficient quantity when fitting the screw to ensure a watertight seal.
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4.4.2.4 - Adhesive bonding
This process is used for polyesters domes, plexiglas REAR side panels and the doors of
baggage compartment of planes after 1988. It was extended to all canopy transparent
sheet and polyesters fastening processes since 1993 (serial no. 2212 and later).
At the beginning, the bonding of canopy has been made by means of compound
SIKAFLEX 260 or BETASEAL HV3 product.
The BETASEAL HV3 product, totally disappeared from the market, has been replaced by
the BETAMATE 7120.
Compounds BETAMATE 7120 or SIKAFLEX 260 can be used for the bonding of the
plexiglas of canopy by applying the respective instructions (see appendices below).

Limitations of use.
For the record:
¾Plexis glued with BETASEAL HV3 can be replaced and reglued with BETAMATE
7120. If this bonding is performed on the residues of cut joint (normal procedure), a
reactivating product 4000 or 4001 of the same manufacturer must be used.
¾Plexis glued with the SIKAFLEX 260 can be replaced and reglued with the
SIKAFLEX 260, provided that the remaining residues are not granular and perfectly
adhering to supports. Should the opposite occur, it is necessary to eliminate
mechanically any trace of the previous product.
¾Reglueing with a product of different brand from that of origin is unknown
and therefore unacceptable.
¾Consult the Individual Register of Control (RIC Registre Individuel de Contrôle) to
possibly identify the type of glue used in production.
¾When the identification of the glue of origin is not possible, it is necessary to totally
clean the area to be glued.

General

a) Removal of the former plexiglas:
The used compound can only be removed mechanically. Cut the joint on its whole width
and all around by means of sharp blades (there are electric or pneumatic sharp devices).

NOTE: there might be locally washers to assure the thickness of the joint.

Cut away any remaining adhesive. However, it is not necessary to clean to bare support;
a thin layer of adhesive may remain.

CAUTION
Where the adhesive is applied directly to the fabric-covered wood (rear side panels,
plastic dome) special care must be taken not to damage the support.

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b) Trimming the new plexiglas:
Hold the new sheet in place and trim around it roughly so it can be clamped in its final
position and marked out (narrow adhesive tape) for final cutting.

c) Preparation of surfaces:
See instructions specific to each compound (see appendix below).

d) Application of the compound bead:
Put down in a continuous and uniform way a preferably triangular bead (preparation of the
extremity of the syringe) of following dimension (mm):

e) Fitting of the element to be glued:
Guide and position so as to avoid any sliding.
Put in contact and press on the bead in such a way that it flows under pressure.
The pressed bead can be maxi 3 mm thick as long as the width of bonding is minimum
10 mm.
In the case of bonding of big length with products having very different coefficients of
expansion: the thickness of the bead will preferably have to be at least 1 mm.

Note: adhesives of polyurethane type such as Betamate 7120 or Sikaflex 260 are
incompatible with silicone type adhesives or silicone type compound throughout curing.
Wait approximately 48 hours before using such products (smoothed fillets).

f) Protecting against delamination:
Fit a screw at each corner of the Plexiglas.

g) Paint finish:
It is essential to widely paint over the bonded areas.

h) Protection:
If the bonding concerns a transparent, an anti-UV protection must be applied to all the
glued zone.

i) Record in the maintenance documents the glue used when replacing the canopy.

8 to 10
8 to 10
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Appendix 1

APPLICATION OF BETAMATE 7120 COMPOUND

The information of the technical cards of these products is applicable.

INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE AND SAFETY
Refer to the safety cards published by the manufacturer for each of the products.

ASSOCIATED PRODUCTS
The compound is necessarily used with a primer after cleaning grease off.
The grease remover is the BETACLEAN 3900. It is possible to use isopropylique alcohol.
The primer is BETAPRIME 5402 or 5404 for the following supports:
¾gelcoat side of polyester
¾fiber side of polyester
¾aluminium with acrylic-polyurethane painting
¾aluminium with phosphating primer
¾steels with acrylic - polyurethane painting
¾steel with phosphating primer
¾Altuglas and plexiglas

PREPARATION OF SURFACES
Maskings of zones to be protected.
Slight abrasive paper sandind of surfaces to be glued with Adhesive Tape Brite medium
grain (any type of support).
Degreasing.
Minimum drying 5 minutes in ambient temperature.
Application of the primary on the surface with a paintbrush in the thinner possible single
layer (do not paint again).
Minimum drying approximately 30 seconds in ambient temperature following technical
index card. The film must be perfectly dry.

Particular case: on fabric-covered wood: bonding directly on the fabric so that the
compound crosses this one, thus not painted fabric. For the record, the adhesive
resistance on this substratum is weak and has to be the object of a particular study.
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Appendix 2

MASTIC - GLUE SIKAFLEX 260 APPLICATION

The information of the technical index card of this product is applicable.

HYGIENE AND SAFETY(SECURITY)
Refer to the safety cards published by the manufacturer for each of the products.

ASSOCIATED PRODUCTS
The mastic sticks is necessarily used with a primer after cleaning grease off (except on
fabric-covered wood)
The grease remover is the SIKA 205, possibility of using isopropylique alcohol.
The primer is SIKA 209 for the following supports:
¾aluminium with acrylic - polyurethane painting
¾aluminium with phosphating primer
¾steels with acrylic - polyurethane painting
¾steel with phosphating primer
¾Altuglas and plexiglas
The primer is SIKA 210T for the following supports:
¾gel coat side of polyester
¾fiber side of polyester

PREPARATION OF SURFACES
Masking of zones to be protected;
Slight abrasive paper sandind of surfaces to be glued with Adhesive Tape Brite medium
grain (any type of support).
Degreasing
Minimum drying 10 minutes in ambient temperature.
Application of the primary on the surface with a paintbrush in the thinner possible single
layer (do not paint again).
Minimum drying 30 minutes in ambient temperature

Particular case: on fabric-covered wood: bonding directly on the fabric so that the
compound crosses this one, thus not painted fabric. For the record, the adhesive
resistance on this substratum is weak and has to be the object of a particular study.
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5.7 - ENGINE OIL SYSTEM
5.7.1 - Oil change
- The oil is changed with the engine warm.
- Whenever the oil is changed, the strainer (screen) must be examined and
cleaned. It is located in the sump at the rear of the engine and fastened by four
screws. Renew the flat seal whenever it is removed.
- Authorized oils are listed on Textron Lycoming SI 1014.
Refer to the latest edition.
Reminder: required oil quantity
O-235 engine 6 Qts = 5.7 litres
O-320 engine 8 Qts = 7.6 litres
O-360 engine 8 Qts = 7.6 litres
IO-360 engine 8 Qts = 7.6 litres
5.7.2 - Oil cooler
5.7.2.1 - Maintenance, verification
- Check the cooler support brackets are in good condition and properly fixed.
- Make sure there are no leaks from the connectors. The fittings have taper
threads and must be moderately tight (max. 3 m.daN) as the internal thread is
made of aluminium.
If removed apply anti-seize compound systematically (cf. care products) to
prevent binding.
- Remove the plastic (or metal) diffuser from above the cooler. Clean and inspect
the cooling fins.
- Check that the grill on the baffle is clean.
5.7.2.2 - Oil cooler - replacement
No repairs to the oil cooler are authorized.
The cooler must be replaced if a leak is detected.
5.7.3 - Oil pressure
- The pressure sender is located:
S/N < 2212: right hand side, fastened to the firewall;
S/N ≥ 2212: right hand side, fastened to a side tube on the engine mount.
- The oil line that supplies the sender must be clean for it to work properly. In case
of malfunction, perform a careful cleaning of the oil hose and connectors,
including the restricted fitting and make sure to bleed any air from the line when
refitting.
5.7.4 - Oil temperature
The oil temperature sensor is located on the sump containing the strainer on the
accessory housing at the back of the engine.
See the electrical wiring diagram for connections.

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5.8.4 - Intake assembly type C
5.8.4.1 - Air filter
The air filter is the "mesh and fabric" ring type located under the carburettor and
can be reached by removing the circular cover under the air intake box.
Clean thoroughly and check the general condition of the fabric in particular.
5.8.4.2 - Carburettor air intake box
Check the condition of the flap and bearings. Make sure there are no cracks in the
box and that the safety diaphragm (rubber) is flexible.
5.8.5 - Intake assembly type D
5.8.5.1 - Air filter
The air filter has an elliptic shape and is of the car type.

The first version of the air filter (P/N 56.23.02.000) which was not reversible has
been replaced in 2011 with filter (P/N 56.23.02.200) opened on both ends in order
to suppress any risk of back-to-front installation.
When installing the second version of the filter (P/N 56.23.02.200), the securing
plate (new plate with no hole) was to be replaced as well (refer to SB 100703).
5.8.5.2 - Carburettor air intake box
- Make a special check that the carburettor heat flap is in good condition. Remove
it to examine concealed areas, especially the areas adjacent to the welds.
- Check for cracks and flaking paint.
- Condition of bearings and pins.
5.8.6 - Intake assembly type E
5.8.6.1 - Air filter
The air filter is of the accordion fold "mesh and fabric" type.

The first version of the air filter (P/N 56.28.10.000) which was not reversible has
been replaced in 2011 with filter (P/N 56.28.10.200) with mesh on both sides in
order to suppress any risk of back-to-front installation.
5.8.6.2 - Carburettor air intake box
- Make a special check that the carburettor heat flap is in good condition. Remove
it to examine concealed areas, especially the areas adjacent to the welds.
- Check for cracks and flaking paint.
- Condition of bearings and pins.
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5.8.7 - Intake assembly type F
5.8.7.1 - Air filter
The air filter is located in a recess in the lower cover and is a paper filter on a cell
type support. Clean with a compressed air line only and replace in accordance with
the maintenance schedule.
5.8.7.2 - Intake conduit
- This is a rubber gaiter fastened to the rear of the filter housing. Check it is in
good condition and that the metal trim inside is fitted to retain its shape.
5.8.7.3 - Carburettor air intake box
- Make a special check that the carburettor heat flap is in good condition. Remove
it to examine concealed areas, especially the areas adjacent to the welds.
- Check for cracks and flaking paint.
- Condition of bearings and pins.
5.8.8 - Intake assembly types G & H
5.8.8.1 - Air filter
The air filter is made of open cell foam which comes in two grades (regular and
severe fouling).
The filter may be cleaned with a compressed air line, and possibly with fuel. It must
be replaced at least every 100 hours in accordance with the maintenance schedule.
5.8.8.2 - Conduit from air filter to air intake box
- The conduit is made of flameproof reinforced plastic: it may only be repaired with
flameproof resin.
5.8.8.3 - Carburettor air intake box
- The box is fastened under the carburettor with a thick aluminium shim and a flat
washer on either side: see § 5.3.3.
- It can be removed by taking off the bottom cover.
- The closure flap can be removed for inspection or replacement: it is held on its
pivots by two countersunk screws (head at felt side), washers and nuts.
NOTE: the screw heads are in contact with the flap (the felt is cut clear). The torque
value must be 0.4 - 0.5 m.daN.
- The felt is slightly larger than the flap and overlaps at the top by 3-4 mm
providing an airtight seal in the "carburettor heat" position.
Make regular checks (every 100 hours) that the overlap cannot be folded inside
the box when worn.
- The four bottom corners of the box are deliberately left open to prevent any fuel
accumulating whatever the attitude of the aircraft: make sure the openings are
not fouled.
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5.8.9 - Intake assembly type J
5.8.9.1 - Air filter
The air filter is made of open cell foam which comes in two grades (regular and
severe fouling).
The filter may be cleaned with a compressed air line, and possibly with gasoline. It
must be replaced at least every 100 hours in accordance with the maintenance
schedule.
5.8.9.2 - Conduit from air filter to air intake box
- The conduit is made of flameproof reinforced plastic: it may only be repaired with
flameproof resin.
5.8.9.3 - Carburettor air intake box
- The box is fastened to the carburettor: see § 5.3.3.
- It can be removed by taking off the bottom cover.
- The closure flap can be removed for inspection or replacement: it is held on its
pivots by two countersunk screws (head at felt side), washers and nuts.
NOTE: the screw heads are in contact with the flap (the felt is cut clear). The torque
value must be 0.4-0.5 m.daN.
- The felt is slightly larger than the flap and overlaps at the top by 3-4 mm
providing an airtight seal in the "carburettor heat" position.
Make regular checks (every 100 hours) that the overlap cannot be folded inside
the box when worn.
- The four bottom corners of the box are deliberately left open to prevent any fuel
accumulating whatever the attitude of the aircraft: make sure the openings are
not fouled.
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5.9.1.4 - Spark plugs - fitting
Before fitting the spark plugs make sure that the cylinder head thread is clean and
undamaged.
a) Apply anti-seize compound to the spark plug threads, fit the gasket over the
thread and insert the spark plug. Screw by hand as far as possible to ensure
the threads are correctly engaged.
Installation torque for spark plugs: 420 lbf.in (35 lbf.ft) ≈ 4,75 daN.m (see
Lycoming SI 1042).

b) Insert the ignition lead ends carefully. Tighten the end nuts.
Installation torque for lead nuts (see Lycoming SI 1042):
- nut 5/8 - 24 : 80-90 lbf.in ≈ 0,9 - 1,0 daN.m
- nut 3/4 - 20 : 110-120 lbf.in ≈ 1,24 - 1,36 daN.m
5.9.2 - Ignition leads
When replacing the ignition harness refer to the diagram on the preceding page for
correct connection. Mark the position of the clamps and fastenings so the cables
can be fixed to the same places as before.
5.9.2.1 - Harnesses - removal
a) Detach the clamps fastening the various leads of the harness to the engine and
accessories. Remove the grommets isolating the harness from the baffle
passage points.
b) Unscrew the screw caps of the ignition leads on the spark plugs. Disconnect
the ignition leads. Take care not to damage the contact springs that penetrate
the spark plug connector wells.
c) Fit insulator caps to the free end of each ignition lead (insulator and spring).
d) Remove the rear protective cover from the magneto block noting its position.
e) Remove the ignition harnesses.
5.9.2.2 - Ignition harnesses - Refitting
NOTE: For standard connection: The cylinder number matches the number on the
hexagonal end nut of the ignition cable. The number on the nut is followed by T
(top) for the upper spark plugs and B (bottom) for the lower spark plugs.
a) Route each harness so each end corresponds to the relevant spark plug (see
fig. 5.5).
b) Refit the magneto block cover in position (noted when removed).
c) Fit the ignition lead clamps and insert the grommets into the engine baffles.
d) Reconnect the harness leads to the spark plugs.
Installation torque for lead nuts (see Lycoming SI 1042):
- nut 5/8 - 24 : 80-90 lbf.in ≈ 0,9 - 1,0 daN.m
- nut 3/4 - 20 : 110-120 lbf.in ≈ 1,24 - 1,36 daN.m
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5.11 - ENGINE SUPERVISION
5.11.1 - Tachometer
Periodically check that the tachometer cable end is correctly fastened (screw fitting)
to the rear of the engine and that it is correctly routed and clipped.
5.11.2 - Low fuel pressure alarm
The pressure switch is factory set at 0.080 bars. Below this value the instrument
panel warning light comes on.
No adjustment: if it does not work, check the electrical connections and replace if
necessary.
5.11.3 - Low oil pressure alarm
The pressure switch is set to trigger when pressure falls below 1.0 bar.
No adjustment: if it does not work, check the electrical connections, perform a
careful cleaning of the oil hose and connectors, including the restricted fitting and
replace if necessary.
5.12 - EXHAUST
5.12.1 - Two-in-one exhaust manifolds (All types S/N ≥ 2212)
- Check all the manifolds for any cracking especially at the fastening clamps, heat
exchanger shrouds and component welds.
- Check the clamps are held in position and airtight.
- Replace clamp screws at the slightest sign of weakening or serious corrosion.
- The clamps on the exhaust manifold must not be blocked. They must allow ± 2
cm sideways deflection of the end of the manifold.
NOTE: Some cracks may be repaired by welding. Consult the manufacturer.
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5.17 - ENGINE BAFFLES
5.17.1 - Maintenance, repair
- Check all the baffles are in good condition: cracks, wear, deformation.
- Make sure that the passage ways for ducts, ignition cables and fluid lines are in
perfect condition and that the rubber grommets are correctly fitted.
- Repairs: Any cracks can be repaired by adding a strengthener locally in
accordance with the rules of the art outside the air space above the cylinders.
The strengthener must not be more than 12 cm
2
.
5.17.2 - Baffles - removal (S/N ≥ 2212)
All attachments may be removed to take off the baffles. Mark the screws and
brackets before removal.
5.17.3 - Side baffles- removal (S/N > 2212)
The gap between the baffles and engine is filled with sealant. To prevent the
sealant adhering to the rocker cover coat the rocker cover with a thin film of grease
(vaseline) when refitting before making the sealant bead.
5.17.4 - Lycoming O-360 A1P engine particularity (S/N ≥ 2207)
Engine baffles depend on the engine model: O-360 A3A or O-360 A1P.
When replacing the engine, make sure to install the appropriate baffles.


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6.5.5. - Rudder cables - removal
a) Cut the safety wire and unscrew the rudder cable turnbuckle barrels at the
rudder lever.
b) Slacken the stabilator cables.
c) Attach a sufficiently long string to the end of the cables so the new cable can be
routed easily through the airframe.
d) Remove the centre console and the tunnel between the front and rear seats.
e) Remove the cable guides from the seat boxes.
f) Through the fuselage inspection hatch, remove the shaft from the pulley block
behind the fuel tank. Note the position of the cables on the pulleys so they can
be fitted in their proper places.
g) Disconnect the cable terminals from the rudder bars and remove the cables
through the front. Untie the string and leave it in place for refitting.
6.5.6 - Rudder cables - inspection
Check condition of the cables and replace if defective: worn, bent, elementary
strand broken. Fit new cables complying with the specified definition.
6.5.7 - Rudder cables - refitting
a) Draw the cables into position with the string left in place on removal.
b) Fix the ends of the cables to the rudder bars.
c) Refit the cable guides and the pulley block.
CAUTION
THE RUDDER CABLES CROSS OVER BETWEEN THE FRONT AND REAR
SEATS.

Note: It must be noted that these cables must slide smoothly, with a slight friction,
in their guide. If this is not the cae, check the components of the hole system, the
alignment of pulleyv support brackets and cable tensioning. in case of particular
anomaly, contact the manufacturer.
d) Adjust the control surface with the appropriate tools.
e) Safety the cable turnbuckles and refit the tunnel and centre console.
f) Check the deflection and that the rudder is working properly.
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6.8.6 - Push rod

Inside each wing, the aileron control crosswheel (pulleys item 1) are attached on a push rod
(item 2).
Caution, the right hand and left hand push rods (item 2) are symetrical at rear spar support
bracket level (item 3).
Since February 2008, each push rod assembly is marked with a letter D for Right Hand
(Droite) or G for Left Hand (Gauche) located close to the pulley fixation holes.
Before any removal, clearly identify the position of the push rod assy at fixation level on the
wing rear spar.
6.8.7 - Aileron control - adjustment
NOTE: The neutral position of the aileron trailing edge is not in line with the trailing
edge of the flaps.
a) Place the adjustment template (cf. tools) on the wing upper surface parallel to
the centre line of the aircraft inserting the graduated section between the flap
and the aileron.
b) Make sure that aileron deflection corresponds to fig. 6.1.
c) Adjust the aileron cables to the tension shown in § 6.1.3, setting the control
stick to neutral and making sure that the ailerons are in the neutral position too
(template).
d) Adjust the tension of the interlocking cable making sure that the ailerons remain
strictly in the neutral position. If necessary, adjust the aileron cables.
e) Check aileron deflection again and safety the turnbuckles.

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FIG. 6.10 - RUDDER - STABILATOR CABLE GUIDE ARRANGEMENT

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7.4.1.4 - Nose wheel - refitting
a) Fit the inner tube inside the tyre with the marks aligned (red or yellow mark on
inner tube opposite red mark on tyre). However, if the inner tube is unmarked
position the valve on the opposite side to the red tyre mark.
b) Fit the tyre and inner tube assembly onto the inboard wheel rim to which the
studs are attached. Match up the outboard wheel rim inserting the valve into
the hole provided.
c) Fasten the washers and nuts onto the bolts and tighten them (torque value:
1.5-2 m.daN) taking care NOT TO NIP the inner tube. Inflate the tyres.

DR400/120, DR400/100,
DR400/2+2,
DR400/120D,
DR400/125
DR400/140, DR400/140B,
DR400/160, DR400/160D,
DR400/180, DR400/180S,
DR400/180R
DR400/200R
DR400/500
DR400/NGL
Nose
wheel
1.6 bar 1.8 bar 1.8 bar 2.0 bar

Nota: Inflating wheels means the removal of fairings which allow cleaning them
from mud.
d) Paint a red mark on the wheel perimeter and extend it onto the tyre wall. This
mark is used to check for creep between tyre and wheel with use.
e) Lubricate.
f) Slide the complete wheel onto the axis. Position the wheel fairing bracket (8)
and fix it in place with the bolts (9), washers and nuts.
7.4.2 - Main wheel with disc brakes (fig. 7.5)
Limit of wear: see § 8.2.1.
NOTE: There are two versions of wheel rims and disc brakes. Version A: older model; Version N:
new model. Only wheel rim removal is different (studs or bolts).
7.4.2.1 - Main wheel - removal
a) Jack up the aircraft so the wheels are completely clear of the ground. Release
the brakes.
b) Remove the wheel fairing.
c) Remove the two screws (15) and washers fixing the outer caliper jaw (13) and
remove it.
d) Remove the wheel fairing brackets (8) by extracting the two bolts (9), washers
and nuts.
e) Slide the wheel and disc brake (5 or 1) assembly off the axle.
7.4.2.2 - Main wheel - dismantling
a) Deflate the inner tube completely.
b) Remove the four nuts and washers fixed to the bolts and which hold the two
wheel rims (3 & 4) and (6 & 7) together. Remove the tyre and inner tube.
c) Remove the six countersunk screws and the corresponding washers and nuts
holding the brake disc (1) on the wheel rim (4) (Version A).
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7.4.2.3 - Main wheel - verification (disc brake)
a) Check all the components for wear, cracks and any faults (see maintenance
schedule).
b) Check the assembly bolts or studs for weaknesses or sundry faults.
c) Examine the tyre for cuts, faults or poor internal condition.
d) Check the condition of the valve and the inner tube for friction or wear.
e) Check that the brake disc is in good condition, flat and correctly fixed to the
wheel rim.
f) Check the bearings and journals.
7.4.2.3 - Main wheel - refitting (disc brake)
a) Fit the inner tube into the tyre, matching up the marks (red or yellow mark on
inner tube opposite red mark on tyre) and add talc. If there is no mark on the
inner tube, position the valve on the opposite side to the red tyre mark.
b) Fit the brake disc onto the inboard wheel rim and fasten it with the six
countersunk screws, washers and nuts (Version A). On Version N the brake
disc is assembled at the same time as the two wheel rims.
c) Fit the tyre and inner tube assembly onto the inboard wheel rim. Fit the
outboard wheel rim, inserting the valve into the hole provided.
d) Fit the washers, nuts and bolts (studs) and tighten (torque value 1.5-2 m.daN)
taking care NOT TO NIP the inner tube. Inflate.


DR400/120, DR400/100,
DR400/2+2,
DR400/120D, DR400/125
DR400/140, DR400/140B,
DR400/160, DR400/160D,
DR400/180, DR400/180S,
DR400/180R
DR400/200R
DR400/500
DR400/
NGL
Main
wheels
1.8 bar 2.0 bar 2.0 bar 3.0 bar

e) Paint a red mark on the wheel perimeter and extend it onto the tyre wall. This
mark is used to check for creep between tyre and wheel with use.
f) Lubricate the bearings if not sealed and the journals taking care not to get
grease on the brake disc or pads.
g) Slide the complete wheel onto the axle. Put on the wheel fairing bracket and fix
it.
h) Replace the outer caliper jaw and fix it with the two screws.
7.4.3 - Main wheel with drum brakes (fig. 7.6)
7.4.3.1 - Main wheel - removal (drum brake)
a) Jack up the aircraft so the wheels are completely clear of the ground. Release
the brakes.
b) Remove the wheel fairing.
c) Remove the wheel fairing bracket (1) by removing the tapered pin (2) secured
by the split pin (3).
d) Slide the complete wheel off the axle.
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7.4.3.2 - Main wheel - dismantling (drum brake)
a) Deflate the inner tube completely.
b) Remove the four nuts and washers fastened to the studs (6) holding the
inboard (5) and outboard (9) wheel rims together. Separate the two parts.
7.4.3.3 - Main wheel - verification
a) Check all the components for wear, cracks and any faults.
b) Check the assembly studs (6) for weaknesses or faults.
c) Examine the tyre for cuts, faults or poor internal condition.
d) Check the condition of the valve and the inner tube (wear).
e) Check the brake drum for wear (ring in inboard wheel rim (5)).
f) Check the bearings (4) and journals.
7.4.3.4 - Main wheel - refitting (drum brake)
a) Fit the inner tube into the tyre, matching up the marks (red or yellow mark on
inner tube opposite red mark on tyre) and add talc. If there is no mark on the
inner tube, position the valve on the opposite side to the red tyre mark.
b) Fit the tyre and inner tube assembly onto the inboard wheel rim (5). Fit the
outboard wheel rim (9), inserting the valve into the hole provided.
c) Fit the washers (7) and nuts (8) onto the studs (6) and tighten them taking care
NOT TO NIP the inner tube. Inflate.


DR400/120, DR400/100,
DR400/2+2,
DR400/120D, DR400/125
DR400/140, DR400/140B,
DR400/160, DR400/160D,
DR400/180, DR400/180S,
DR400/180R
DR400/200R
DR400/500
DR400/
NGL
Main
wheels
1.8 bar 2.0 bar 2.0 bar 3.0 bar
d) Paint a red mark on the wheel perimeter and extend it onto the tyre wall. This
mark is used to check for creep between tyre and wheel with use.
e) Lubricate the bearings (4) and journals taking care not to get grease on the
brake shoes (10) or the brake drum (internal part of wheel rim (5)).
f) Slide the complete wheel onto the axle. Put on the wheel fairing bracket (1) and
fix it with the tapered pin (2) which is secured by the split pin (3).

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7.5 - FLUID AND HYDRAULIC LANDING GEAR - FILLING
(APR landing gear only)
7.5.1 - General points - precautions
- The level of fluid in the shock absorber also determines the volume of air and is
therefore decisive for optimum energy absorption.
- It is compulsory to fill the shock absorbers with the aircraft jacked up and the
wheels completely clear of the ground.
7.5.2 - Procedure
a) With no stress on the strut: deflate the shock absorber by depressing the valve,
then remove the valve core (tool).
b) Connect a flexible fluid line onto the valve tube and fill the shock absorber
completely with the recommended hydraulic fluid.
Drain any fluid from the flexible line (and reconnect).
c) Depress the strut (which expels the excess fluid) by the following amounts:
Nose gear shock absorber: 110 mm (approximately 1.15 litres remaining)
Main gear shock absorbers: 130 mm (approximately 0.6 litres remaining).
d) Drain any fluid from the flexible line and extend the oleo-strut fully: the quantity
of air is therefore the volume displaced by the oleo-strut stroke whose value
features in (c) above.
e) Refit the valve core with the appropriate tool. Inflate the shock absorber as
described in § 7.5.3.
7.5.3 - Inflating
DR400/120,
DR400/100,
DR400/2+2,
DR400/120D,
DR400/125
DR400/140, DR400/140B,
DR400/160, DR400/160D,
DR400/180, DR400/180S,
DR400/180R
DR400/200R
DR400/500
DR400/
NGL
Nose landing
gear
4.0 bar 5.0 bar 6.5 bar 5.5 bar
Main landing
gear
6.0 bar 6.0 bar 10.0 bar 6.5 bar
- Inflate with no stress on the struts (aircraft jacked up).
- If the valve core has been removed, make sure the seal is airtight with a leak
detector product (or soapy water).
- Screw the valve cap on FINGER TIGHT ONLY - THE VALVE CAP MUST BE
FITTED.
7.6 - FAULT-FINDING
See table 7.1
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9.10 - ELECTRICAL PRIMER PUMP (fig. 9.5)
9.10.1 - Maintenance, general points
- Unscrew the pump base (bayonet) after snipping the safety wire and clean the
filter cartridge mesh (and decanting bowl for aircraft < 1988).
- The pump must be changed if it fails or there are doubts about its operation. It
cannot be repaired under any circumstances.
9.10.2 - Electrical pump - removal
a) Close the fuel valve and drain the part of the system between the valve and the
mechanical fuel pump via the fuel strainer drain valve.
b) Remove the fuel system inspection cover.
c) Disconnect the electrical leads to the anti-interference unit after noting their
position and remove the screw fastening the unit to the side of the recess.
d) Disconnect the two banjo unions from the electric pump.
e) Remove the two bolts fastening the electric fuel pump to the recess side
(captive nut on other side) and remove the pump.
9.10.3 - Electrical pump - installation
a) Position the pump in the recess under the fuselage and fix it with the two bolts.
b) Reconnect the two banjo unions to the electrical fuel pump inlet and outlet.
c) Fix the anti-interference unit to the side of the recess and reconnect the
electrical wires to the unit in the positions marked when removing.
d) Open the selector valve to make sure there are no leaks.
e) Refit the fuel system inspection cover and test the engine by running the
electric fuel pump and the fuel system in general.
9.11 - FUEL LINES, CONNECTIONS
Fitting with flared rigid pipe
Whenever removed, as a minimum, the pipe flares are to be examined very
carefully for any deformation or cracks which would affect mechanical soundness.
Fitting with biconcial olive (see fig. 9.6)
- These must be moderately tight (depending on design diameter).
- If deformed or leaking, the complete pipe must be changed as the olive is
crimped and cannot be removed.
Fittings with flat washers
Renew the flat washers each time they are removed.
Fittings with O-rings
Make sure the O-ring bearing surfaces are free from impurities, scratches and
deformations.
REMINDER: The O-rings used are all of appropriate quality for their purpose. USE
AVIONS ROBIN LISTED O-RINGS ONLY.

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9.12 - TANK CAP



Figure 9.7


The tank cap assembly (P/N 52.11.34.030) consists of 4 parts:
1. The cap
2. The handle
3. The handle securing screw
4. The gasket

The handle is glued on the cap. The cap is drilled (air vent hole).


Figure 9.8

The assembly is done as follows:
o Install the handle on the cap by means of the screw.
o Slightly tighten the screw so as to allow modifying the position of the handle.
o Do not put the gasket in place.
o Set the cap on the tank filler neck (closed position).
o Direct the handle in flight direction, the bigger part of the handle towards the front
of the airplane.
o Mark the handle outline on the cap using a scribe.
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o Remove the cap from the tank.
o Prepare the area to be glued.
o Protect the cap with adhesive tape; leave the glue area free.
o Dry clean the area to be glued.
o Glue the handle on the cap with Epoxy adhesive and tighten the securing screw.
o Remove the protecting tape.
o Drill the air vent hole per following scheme: diameter 2.5 mm located at 20 mm
from the axis.

Figure 9.9
o Proceed to finishing (cleaning, painting…) then insert the gasket.

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9.13 - FAULT FINDING


FAULT CAUSE REMEDY
FUEL FAILS TO REACH
ENGINE
Obstruction in system
Electrical or mechanical fuel
pump failure
Selector valve not properly
open
Bleed and clean fuel system.
Check and replace if
necessary.
Check valve and valve
control.
FUEL GAUGE NOT
WORKING
Break in gauge electrical
circuit
Gauge indicator out of order
Float pierced and full of fuel
Circuit breaker tripped
Incorrect ground connection
Float or float arm detached
from sender unit
Check entire circuit and
repair.
Replace indicator
Renew float.
Check circuit and reset.
Check ground connection.
Check sender. Repair or
renew.
GAUGE WRONGLY
SHOWS TANK IS FULL
Sender conductor shorted to
ground
Check gauge sender electrical
circuit. Repair or renew.
NO FUEL PRESSURE
INDICATION
Valve out of order

Tank empty
Electrical or mechanical pump
defective
Defective pressure indicator
Check and replace if
necessary.
Check and fill.
Check each pump carefully.

Replace pressure indicator.
FUEL PRESSURE LOW
OR JERKY
Obstruction in circuit ahead of
pump
Electrical or mechanical pump
defective
Pump power supply failure
Check fuel system.

Check and renew if
necessary.
Check electric circuit and
repair.
UNIDENTIFIED LEAK Fuel pipe damaged or wrongly
fitted
Locate leak and repair.
LEAK FROM VALVE Damaged seals Send valve to repair centre.

TABLE 9.2 - FUEL SYSTEM FAULT FINDING
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10.6 - WESTACH OIL TEMPERATURE INDICATOR.

In 2008, Magneti Marelli oil temperature indicators have been replaced by Westach oil
temperature indicators 2C9-2 or 2A9-2 (DET 040301). To make sure of the good aging of
these last ones, a follow-up of the evolution of their response curve is to be made at
intervals.

10.6.1 - General

The indicator verification periodicity is defined in the maintenance programme.
The follow-up consists in measuring the resistance which induces a definite movement of
the needle on the indicator then comparing it with the "reference" initial value.
The "reference" values are the values of resistance made by Apex Industries before the
installation of the indicator on the plane. They are supplied on the placard stuck on the
indicator.
When the difference between the measured values and the "references" values is greater
than ± 10 %, the indicator is considered as out of order.

10.6.2 - Mesurement

ALIMENTATION ou BATTERIE
POWER SUPPLY or BATTERIE
10 V < U < 15 V
+
-
Résistance multitour
Multitour potentiometer
2000 ohms
Indicateur temperature huile
Oil temperature indicator
WESTACH 2C9-2
WESTACH 2A9-2
2
5
4

Installation diagram

SRemove indicator from airplane (pay attention to the spacer located under RH
lower screw).
SConnect the equipments. The power supply may be replaced with a battery. The
variable resistor must be adjustable from 0 to 2000 ohms at least (example:
Radiospare multitour potentiometre P/N. 5222996).
SCheck with multimetre that power supply voltage is between 10 and 15 VDC.
SAdjust the variable resistor in order to have 140°F displayed on the indicator.
SDisconnect the resistor. Measure the value of resistance with multimètre. Log in the
table of results.
SRepeat measurement of the resistance for each of the following indications: 180,
200, 220 and 240 °F, then log in the table of results.
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Table “of results” (example)
Temp.
displayed
(°F)
Resistance measured (ohms)
“reference”
meter
reading
“reference”
+ 10%
“reference”
- 10%
Meter
reading
2
Meter
reading
3
Meter
reading
4
Meter
reading
...
140
180
200
220
240
Date and
flight hours


SCheck resistance values at each check interval are within the range:
Reference - 10% ≤ Meter reading ≤ Reference + 10%

SWhen the values are not within the range “reference ± 10%”, replace the oil
temperature indicator.

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12.6 - GENERAL POINTS - WIRING
12.6.1
The onboard electrical system is powered by the alternator with a direct current
supply. As the aircraft is made of wood, the ground is routed either by dedicated
cables or by shielded cables. A battery is included in the circuit to power the starter
and store energy in case of alternator failure. The battery and alternator power the
bus bar which supplies all the electrical equipment, except for the starter which
draws energy directly from the battery via the starter relay.
The system can be cut either by the manual battery cut-out or by a battery relay
operated by a switch on the instrument panel.
12.6.2 - Reminders
- All the circuits are protected by fuses or circuit breakers or by circuit breaker-
rocker switches, rated for the specific circuits.
- Cable cross-sections (gauges) are specific to each circuit and obviously cannot
be changed.
IMPORTANT: It is worth reiterating that the electrical cables must be fixed properly
to the structural components so that no strands can flap loose (vibrations cause
wear) or interfere with moving components (throttle, etc.).
- The electrical cables are usually numbered (except very short cables where
there is no chance of confusion). See the wiring diagram.
12.7 - WIRING DIAGRAMS
Refer to the wiring diagrams appended to this section.
- Diagram # 62.18.20 is applicable for DR400/160 & 180
S/N 2259, 2277, 2279 to 2282 inclusive, 2285, 2290 to 2292 inclusive and later
models.
- Diagram # 62.18.21 is applicable for DR400/120, 140B & 180R
S/N 2257, 2266, 2270 to 2275 inclusive, 2283, 2284, 2286, 2288, 2289 and later
models.
For earlier modes, refer to the wiring diagrams provided with the aircraft
documentation.
NOTE: Aircraft with S/N earlier than those above but built after 1988 may be
repaired with these diagrams except for the wiring of the fuel pressure
measurement system.
- Diagram # 62.18.16 shows the optional electrical rudder trim circuit and is also
applicable for the DR400/200R.
- Diagram # 62.18.15 is applicable for DR400/200R manufactured since October
2006 (refer to section 16).
- Diagrams # 62.18.28ind... are applicable for DR400/120, DR400/140B &
DR400/180R manufactured since October 2006 (sn 2608, 2610 inclusive and
later). Refer to diagram for serial numbers concerned.
- Diagrams # 62.18.29ind... are applicable for DR400/160 and DR400/180
manufactured since October 2006. Refer to each diagram for serial numbers
concerned.
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ITEM LIST FOR DRAWING 62-18-28-ind3 AND 62-18-29-IND3


Ite
m
French designation English designation
1 DEMARREUR STARTER
2 ALTERNATEUR ALTERNATOR
3 BATTERIE BATTERY
4 RELAIS BATTERIE BATTERY RELAY
5 RELAIS DEMARREUR STARTER RELAY
6 SONDE TEMPERATURE D'HUILE OIL TEMPERATURE PROBE
7 TRANSMETTEUR PRESSION D'HUILE OIL PRESSURE SENDER
8 TRANSMETTEUR PRESSION D'ESSENCE FUEL PRESSURE SENDER
9 MANOCONTACT PRESSION D'ESSENCE FUEL PRESSURE SWITCH
10 FILTRE MAGNETOS MAGNETO FILTER
11 MAGNETOS MAGNETOS
12 CONNECTEUR CLOISON 3 BROCHES BULKHEAD CONNECTOR 3 PINS
13 CONNECTEUR CLOISON 12 BROCHES BULKHEAD CONNECTOR 12 PINS
14 CONNECTEUR CLOISON 4 BROCHES BULKHEAD CONNECTOR 4 PINS
15 CONNECTEUR CLOISON 1 BROCHES BULKHEAD CONNECTOR 1 PINS
16 CONNECTEUR CLOISON 2 BROCHES BULKHEAD CONNECTOR 2 PINS
17 CONNECTEUR CLOISON 3 BROCHES BULKHEAD CONNECTOR 3 PINS
18 CONNECTEUR CLOISON 4 BROCHES BULKHEAD CONNECTOR 4 PINS
19 CONNECTEUR CLOISON 6 BROCHES BULKHEAD CONNECTOR 6 PINS
20 CONNECTEUR CLOISON 8 BROCHES BULKHEAD CONNECTOR 8 PINS
21 CONNECTEUR CLOISON 12 BROCHES BULKHEAD CONNECTOR 12 PINS
22 FEUX NAVIGATION ARRIERE TAIL NAVIGATION LIGHT
23 ECLAIRAGE CABINE CABIN LIGHTS
24 CENTRALE ANTI-COLLISION ANTI-COLLISION POWER SUPPLY
25 LAMPE ANTI-COLLISION STROBE LIGHT
26 PHARES LANDING AND TAXI LIGHTS
27 REGULATEUR DE TENSION VOLTAGE REGULATOR
28 BOUTON DEMARREUR STARTER PUSH-BUTTON
29 DETECTEUR DE DECROCHAGE STALL WARNING SWITCH
30 FEU NAV DROIT RIGHT NAVIGATION LIGHT
31 FEU NAV GAUCHE LEFT NAVIGATION LIGHT
32 BREAKERS CIRCUIT-BREAKERS
33 FUSIBLES FUSES
34 INTERRUPTEURS DISJONCTEURS CIRCUIT-BREAKERS
35 SELECTEUR MAGNETOS MAGNETO SELECTOR SWITCH
36 LAMPE ECLAIRAGE VISIERE ANTIGLARE LIGHTS
37 CENTRALE ECLAIRAGE LIGHTING ASSEMBLY
38 INTERRUPTEUR RADIO RADIO SWITCH
39 POMPE ESSENCE FUEL PUMP
40 JAUGEUR ESSENCE FUEL GAUGE
41 AVERTISSEUR SONORE DECROCHAGE STALL WARNING BUZZER
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22 FEUX NAV ARRIERE
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29 DETECTEUR DE DECROCHAGE
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1 DEMARREUR
2 ALTERNATEUR
3 BATTERIE
4 RELAI BATTERIE
5 RELAI DEMARREUR
6 SONDE TEMPERATURE D'HUILE
7 TRANSMETTEUR PRESSION D'HUILE
8 TRANSMETTEUR PRESSION D'ESSENCE
9 MANOCONTACT PRESSION D'ESSENCE
10 FILTRE MAGNETOS
11 MAGNETOS
12 CONNECTEUR CLOISON 3 BROCHES
13 CONNECTEUR CLOISON 12 BROCHES
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15 CONNECTEUR CLOISON 1 BROCHES
16 CONNECTEUR CLOISON 2 BROCHES
17 CONNECTEUR CLOISON 3 BROCHES
18 CONNECTEUR CLOISON 4 BROCHES
19 CONNECTEUR CLOISON 6 BROCHES
20 CONNECTEUR CLOISON 8 BROCHES
21 CONNECTEUR CLOISON 12 BROCHES
22 FEUX NAV ARRIERE
23 ECLAIRAGE CABINE
24 CENTRALE ANTI-COLLISION
25 LAMPE ANTI-COLLISION
26 PHARES
27 REGULATEUR DE TENSION
28 BOUTON DEMARREUR
29 DETECTEUR DE DECROCHAGE
30 FEU NAV DROIT (BLEU)
31 FEU NAV GAUCHE (ROUGE)
BREAKER 2,5A
BREAKER 7,5A
BREAKER 40A
BREAKER 60A
FUSIBLE 1A
FUSIBLE 3A
INTERRUPTEUR DISJONCTEUR 4A NOIR
INTERRUPTEUR DISJONCTEUR 6A ROUGE
INTERRUPTEUR DISJONCTEUR 8A BLANC
INTERRUPTEUR DISJONCTEUR 8A NOIR
INTERRUPTEUR DISJONCTEUR 10A NOIR
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35 SELECTEUR MAGNETOS
36 LAMPE ECLAIRAGE VISIERE
37 CENTRALE ECLAIRAGE
38 INTERRUPTEUR RADIO
39 POMPE ESSENCE
40 JAUGEUR ESSENCE
41 AVERTISSEUR SONORE DECROCHAGE
42 CONTACTEUR FIN DE COURSE VOLETS
43 BORNIER
44 INDICATEUR PRESSION ESSENCE
45 INDICATEUR PRESSION HUILE
46 VOLTMETRE
47 INDICATEUR NIVEAU ESSENCE
48 INDICATEUR TEMPERATURE HUILE
49 VOYANT D'ALERTE
50 RELAI MAGNETO (option helice bois)
51 PITOT CHAUFFANT (OPTION)
52 JAUGE RESERVOIR SUPPL. (OPTION)
53 KIT TEMPERATURE EXTERIEURE
54 INDICATEUR ESSENCE SUPPL. (OPTION)
55 INDICATEUR ESSENCE GAUCHE (OPTION)
56 INDICATEUR ESSENCE DROIT (OPTION)
57 JAUGE RESERVOIR GAUCHE
58 JAUGE RESERVOIR DROIT
59 PLATINE SWITCHES SELECTION ESSENCE
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Amendment 8 dtd July 01, 2008
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15.13 - AUTOPILOT SYSTEM 20/30
15.13.1 - General

AUTOPILOT
MASTER SWITCH
S-TEC
SYSTEM 20
Absolute
Pressure
Transducer
Auto Pilot
Disconnect
Switch
ALT
ON/OFF
Pitch computer
module
Roll Servo
Pitch Servo
SYSTEME 30
Option
Audio
Warning
Device
HSI (option) Directional Gyro
Remote Altitude
Engage / Disengage
switch
VOR/LOC/glideslop
e
Indicator
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The S-TEC system 30 is a two axis automatic pilot (AP) that uses the tilted gyroscope of
the turn coordinator as sensor of roll and rate of turn. For pitch control, it bases itself on
data of the built-in accelerometer of the pitch computer and a pressure transducer. The
turn coordinator incorporates an anomaly detector (electric power supply, speed of
rotation of the gyroscope).

Heading track mode can be installed in option, as well as the elevator electric trim.

The S-TEC system 20 is similar to system 30, apart from the pitch control system.

1. Turn coordinator, mode and display selector

2. Annunciator panel

3. RDY green light
Comes on when AP can be engaged. If the AP disconnects, the light flashes with a
five-second audible beeping tone.

4. AP switch-off and mode select knob

With each push on this knob, any one of the four modes is engaged sequentially, from
left to right, starting with the ST mode (stabilizer) and finishing with the HI TRK mode
(tracking of a route with a high gain).
AP is disconnected by pressing and holding the push mode select knob for more than
2 seconds.
2
3
4 6
7
8
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13
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In ST mode, when turned left or right, it sends a proportional turn command to the AP
up to a standard turn rate.

5. Engage/disengage button for Altitude hold

This button (on the stick) is used to engage/disengage the altitude hold.
The ALT blue light comes on when ALT mode is engaged.

6. HD heading tracking mode
Used to select a heading by means of the heading bug of the directional gyro.

7. TRK(Not connected on this airplane)
Tracking of a VOR or GPS navigation route, in Lo gain (low) or Hi gain (high)
according to the expected response. Use Lo in cruise, Hi in cruise for a more precise
tracking and in GPS mode.

8. TRIM UP (*) light
Comes on to indicate the aircraft requires UP trim.

9. TRIM DN (*) light
Comes on to indicate the aircraft requires DOWN trim.

10. ALT (*) blue light
Comes on when Altitude mode is engaged.

11. Red flag window
Indicates that voltage is not adequate.

12. AP ON/OFF switch, located on the instrument panel.

13. AP ON/OFF switch, located on the stick.

(*) System 30 only
15.13.2 - Pitch servo-motor
The servo-motor is fixed to metal brackets behind the baggage compartment just
above the fuselage inspection hatch and acts on the "nose-down" cable.
The capstan is on the right hand side of the aircraft centre line and a guide keeps
the nose-down cable clear of the capstan.
15.13.3 - Roll servo-motor
The servo-motor is fixed to brackets on the rear of the wing spar and can be
reached via a rectangular cover on the wing lower surface to the left of the L/H
main landing gear. A guide keeps the aileron cable clear of the capstan.
15.13.4 - Pitch and roll servo-motor - checks
- Check the cable clips are properly tight while making sure the main cables are
not damaged.
- Make sure the servo-motor is properly fastened to its bracket and that the
retaining strengtheners are sound.
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st
, 2008 page 15 - 23

15.13.5 - Trim servo-motor (optional)
- The servo-motor is fixed to a vertical bracket ahead of the fuselage inspection
hatch.
- The trim control unit drive is actuated by two drive pins located in the coupling
socket between the servo motor and unit. The servo-motor may be removed by
simply extracting the four screws holding it to the bracket.
- It is advisable to grease the mesh unit regularly (by removing the plugs) with the
grease recommended in Section 3.
15.13.6 - Adjustment of the friction of the clutch system
- Make sure the thin cable is properly rolled on the capstan and is taut.
- Check the cable clips do not restrict the full deflection of the flight control they
are attached to.
- The capstan is driven by a friction clutch system allowing the pilot to override the
automatic pilot. This friction is adjusted with spring washers, the number of which
defines the strain and is rated according to the table below:

Number of
spring
washers
Number of
separating
washers
Slippage torque
Servo type
(tension
washer p/n
1253-1)
(shim washer
p/n 1205-S5-00)
daN.m Inch.lb Ft.lb
Pitch
0107-P4
2 1 0.46 ± 0.01 40 ± 1 3.33
Roll
0105-R2
2 1 0.50 ± 0.01 43 ± 1 3.62
Stabilator
trim (*)
0105-T3
2 1 0.34 ± 0.01 30 ± 1 2.42

(*) as necessary.


15.13.7 - Ground test and in-flight test

Operational ground and in-flight tests, described in this chapter,are issued from S-TEC
bulletin no. 700 and Apex Aircraft procedures.

These tests are performed before return to flight and during acceptance flight.

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1.1. Ground tests

1. Master switch on
2. AP switching on (breaker switched on, AP master switch "ON")
Check of the self-test of the roll computer
All lights illuminates, alert tone beeps, then all lamps extinguish one after the other.

During self-test, the pitch computer will be on (stiff stick).

At the end of self-test:
- all lamps extinguish,
- none of the servos are actuated. Stick free
- no alert tone
- green RDY light illuminates (gyro of turn coordinator is operating)

3. ST Mode
After the RDY light illuminates, press and release the select knob of the roll computer.
"ST" lamp illuminates, clutch of the servo is operating.
Rotate turn knob left or right, the roll servo is actuated and the stick moves respectively.

4. HDG Mode
After ST mode, press once more on the select knob of the roll computer to engage the
heading mode ; HDG lamp illuminates (ST lamp is off).
The clutch of the servo stays operating.
Rotate heading bug left or right to observe the stick moving respectively.

5. NAV Mode
After HDG mode, press once more on the select knob of the roll computer to engage the
NAV TRK LO mode ; lamp illuminates (HDG lamp is off).
The clutch of the servo stays operating.
Using the NAV401 test bench connected to the AP, make the VOR indicator needle vary
left and right from the zero position and observe the stick moves respectively showing
servo operates properly.
Do the same test with TRK HI mode (High gain)
To do so, press again on the select knob of the roll computer.

6. Ajustment of roll control in NAV mode
Set VOR indicator to zero: if stick moves, servo actuated, it is possible to stop the servo
for a VOR zero indication, by means of the 3-turn potentiometer located under the
fastening screw on right hand down position of the roll computer.

7. Altitude hold mode
Press blue button on pilot stick to engage altitude mode. Blue "ALT" indicator light
illuminates.
The clutch of the pitch servo in actuated (stiff stick).
If stick is pushed for more than one second, the alert tone will beep and the Trim Up light
illuminates.
Do the same in pulling the stick to check the Trim dn annunciates.
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Disconnect the Altitude hold mode by pressing once more on the ALT button on the pilot
stick: the blue ALT light extinguishes.

Set the test bench to adjust the depression for 1000 feet altitude. Permit the altitude to
stabilize, the stick must not move.
Slightly increase altitude, stick must move forward.
Slightly decrease altitude, stick must move aft.

Press on AP disconnect button to disconnect AP.
The clutches of the servos are no longer actuated.
All lights extinguish and green RDY light goes on.
Computers are supplied but do not control the servos.

To switch off completely the AP, switch AP master switch to the OFF position.

1.2. Flight test

Test of AP at holding point, before lining up.

Level flight, calm atmosphere.

Select "ST" mode with control knob of roll computer. Do a standard rate turn.
Come back to level flight.
Set the heading bug to center on the directional gyro and engage "HD" mode.

Set a desired heading on VOR indicator and set the heading bug for same heading.
Engage NAV (TRK LO) mode and permit the airplane to settle on that heading.
Check and adjust if necessary, the "roll center" (behind instrument screw, down right hand
position of roll computer) to fly with the needle centered on the Nav indicator.

Engage HDG mode and observe the heading bug is well centered within +/- 3°.

Check of tracking.
Select a desired heading and check that interception is done at 45°angle.

Check of altitude holding.
Engage "ALT" mode when reaching the desired altitude.
Check altitude displayed after tracking.

Check of AP mode disconnect.
Observe AP disconnects (servo no longer operating), Green RDY light illuminates after
pressing the on/off switch on the stick.



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ITEM LIST FOR DRAWING 62-18-15-ind3 "Schéma électrique général DR400/200R"

Item French designation English designation
1 DEMARREUR STARTER
2 ALTERNATEUR ALTERNATOR
3 BATTERIE BATTERY
4 RELAIS BATTERIE BATTERY RELAY
5 RELAIS DEMARREUR STARTER RELAY
6 SONDE TEMPERATURE D'HUILE OIL TEMPERATURE PROBE
7 TRANSMETTEUR PRESSION D'HUILE OIL PRESSURE SENDER
9 MANOCONTACT PRESSION D'ESSENCE FUEL PRESSURE SWITCH
10 FILTRE MAGNETOS MAGNETO FILTER
11 MAGNETOS MAGNETOS
12 CONNECTEUR CLOISON 3 BROCHES BULKHEAD CONNECTOR 3 PINS
13 CONNECTEUR CLOISON 12 BROCHES BULKHEAD CONNECTOR 12 PINS
14 CONNECTEUR CLOISON 4 BROCHES BULKHEAD CONNECTOR 4 PINS
15 CONNECTEUR CLOISON 1 BROCHES BULKHEAD CONNECTOR 1 PINS
16 CONNECTEUR CLOISON 2 BROCHES BULKHEAD CONNECTOR 2 PINS
17 CONNECTEUR CLOISON 3 BROCHES BULKHEAD CONNECTOR 3 PINS
18 CONNECTEUR CLOISON 4 BROCHES BULKHEAD CONNECTOR 4 PINS
19 CONNECTEUR CLOISON 6 BROCHES BULKHEAD CONNECTOR 6 PINS
20 CONNECTEUR CLOISON 8 BROCHES BULKHEAD CONNECTOR 8 PINS
21 CONNECTEUR CLOISON 12 BROCHES BULKHEAD CONNECTOR 12 PINS
22 FEUX NAVIGATION ARRIERE TAIL NAVIGATION LIGHT
23 ECLAIRAGE CABINE CABIN LIGHTS
24 CENTRALE ANTI-COLLISION ANTI-COLLISION POWER SUPPLY
25 LAMPE ANTI-COLLISION STROBE LIGHT
26 PHARES LANDING AND TAXI LIGHTS
27 REGULATEUR DE TENSION VOLTAGE REGULATOR
28 HAUT-PARLEUR LOUD SPEAKER
29 DETECTEUR DE DECROCHAGE STALL WARNING SWITCH
30 FEU NAV DROIT RIGHT NAVIGATION LIGHT
31 FEU NAV GAUCHE LEFT NAVIGATION LIGHT
32 BREAKERS CIRCUIT-BREAKERS
34 INTERRUPTEURS DISJONCTEURS CIRCUIT-BREAKERS
35 SELECTEUR MAGNETOS MAGNETO SELECTOR SWITCH
36 ECLAIRAGE VISIERE ANTIGLARE LIGHTS
37 CENTRALE ECLAIRAGE LIGHTING ASSEMBLY
39 POMPE ESSENCE FUEL PUMP
40 JAUGEUR ESSENCE FUEL GAUGE
41 AVERTISSEUR SONORE DECROCHAGE STALL WARNING BUZZER
42 CONTACTEUR FIN DE COURSE VOLETS FLAP EXTENDED SWITCH
43 BORNIER CONNECTING STRIP
45 INDICATEUR DE PRESSION D'HUILE OIL PRESSURE INDICATOR
46 VOLTMETRE VOLTMETER
47 INDICATEUR DE NIVEAU D'ESSENCE FUEL LEVEL INDICATOR

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Amendment 3 dtd December 14th, 2006
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MAINTENANCE MANUAL

ROBIN DR400

SECTION 0 PRESENTATION
This manual covers the entire range of DR400 aircraft except for the DR400/500 and DR400 RP. It is divided into 16 sections for easy reference. The table of contents on the following pages will guide users straight to the relevant paragraph. Section 16 deals with the special features of the DR400/200R. This document has been produced in good faith to be both thorough and accurate. It is intended for use by specialist personnel in approved workshops. It is first and foremost an aid to maitaining aircraft in an airworthy condition. To improve maintenance and so increase flight safety users are invited to send any comments or suggestions to: C.E.A.P.R. 1, route de Troyes - 21121 Darois - FRANCE Tél: +33 (0)3 80 25 22 Fax: +33 (0)3 80 35 25 25
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2011 th April 19 .July 1995 . 2007 February 16th. 2011 July 1995 th July 27 . 2008 July 1995 July 1995 July 1995 th May 16 . 2011 July 1995 July 2006 July 1995 th April 19 . 2011 July 1995 July 1995 October 2006 July 1995 July 1995 th April 19 . 2011 th April 19 . 2007 July 2006 July 1995 st July 01 . 2008 Pages 6-23 to 6-26 6-27 6-28 7-1 to 7-12 7-13 7-14 7-15 7-16 7-17 7-18 7-19 to 7-20 8-1 to 8-18 9-1 to 9-20 9-21 to 9-24 10-1 to 10-6 10-7 to 10-8 11-1 to 11-2 12-1 to 12-13 12-14 12-15 to 12-21 12-22 to 12-23 12-23a 12-24 12-24a 13-1 to 13-2 14-1 to 14-2 15-1 to 15-19 15-20 to 15-22 15-23 15-24 & 15-26 16-1 to 16-23 16-24 to 16-25 Amdt 1 1 1 1 1 10 7 8 3 8 5 8 4 8 4 3 Date July 1995 July 2006 July 1995 July 1995 July 2006 July 1995 July 2006 July 1995 July 2006 July 2006 July 1995 July 1995 July 1995 th April 19 . 2011 July 1995 th July 27 . 2011 July 1995 th May 17 . 2008 th May 16 . 2008 July 1995 th December 14 . 2011 February 16th.2 Amendment 10 dtd April 19 . 2006 st July 01 . 2007 July 1995 th December 14 . 2011 st June 1 . 2011 July 1995 February 16th. 2007 st July 01 . 2008 st June 1 . 2008 July 1995 February 16th.MAINTENANCE MANUAL ROBIN DR400 LIST OF PAGES Pages First page 0-1 0-2 0-3 0-4 0-5 0-6 to 0-10 1-1 to 1-5 1-6 to 1-8 2-1 to 2-2 3-1 to 3-2 3-3 3-4 to 3-5 3-6 3-5 to 3-8 4-1 to 4-5 4-6/a to 4-6/e 4-7 to 4-12 5-1 to 5-11 5-12 5-13 to 5-16 5-17 to 5-19 5-20 to 5-21 5-22 5-23 to 5-26 5-27 5-28 to 5-42 5-43 5-44 to 5-50 6-1 to 6-15 6-16 6-17 to 6-21 6-22 Amdt 10 9 10 5 9 10 10 6 1 8 9 2 10 9 1 10 6 1 8 Date th April 19 . 2011 th April 19 . 2006 page 0 . 2011 th 3rd edition . 2008 July 1995 July 1995 st July 01 . 2007 July 1995 July 1995 July 2006 July 1995 st July 01 . 2007 st July 01 .

Updating of fig.Updating (following DET040703) of § 4.213.List of amendments .213. The technical content of the original French version of this December th document is 14 . 2007 th 0-2 0-3 12-24 The technical content of the original French version of this st June 01 .4.SB95 & AD F-1982-145 taken into account . 3rd edition .21J. 2-2 3-3.213.Updating of section 24 (DET070203 "Correction of Electrical diagram 62-18-29"). EASA. 12-24 and 16-25 0-2 0-3 0-8 15-20 New pages: 15-21 to 15-26 4 5 . EASA. Electrical wiring diagrams inserted.2. The technical content of the original French version of this October document is 2006 approved under the authority of DOA nr. document is 2007 approved under the authority of DOA nr. EASA. 2007 st page 0 .July 1995 Amendment 5 dtd June 01 .List of pages .List of pages .10 . 7-15. 01 2-1.Updating of Summary .21J. The technical content of the original French version of this document is approved under the authority of DOA nr.MAINTENANCE MANUAL ROBIN DR400 LIST OF AMENDMENTS Amdt n° Description of the amendment Pages amended Date Approval 1 2 .1st page .213. 6.List of pages .3 . 3 . EASA. 5-22 6-16 6-27 7-13.List of amendments .21J. 7-17 & 7-18 0-2 0-3 p 4-6 suppressed p 4-6/a to 4-6/e inserted July 2006 The technical content of the original French version of this document is approved under the authority of DOA nr.Installation torque for spark plugs and lead nuts .Description of Maintenance Schedule . 2006 approved under the authority of DOA nr.Updating of section 12 (following DET060602R1 "Instruments and cabin light).21J.213.Aircraft concerned .Updating of section 15 (DET020304 "Autopilot S-TECH30: extended to other models of DR400").Oleo-strut and wheel inflation values . Adhesive bonding 0-2 0-3 1st.4. . EASA.1st page . 0-1 0-2 0-3 12-14 12-22 16-24 Inserted pages: 12-23.List of amendments .Update of Manufacturer address .List of pages .List of amendments .List of amendments .21J. May 16 .List of pages .

03. document is 2008 approved under the authority of DOA nr.Updating of sections 12 (DET070306 DR400 .1st page . .List of amendments (Cont’d) .1st page .1st page .213.List of amendments (Cont’d) .21J.MAINTENANCE MANUAL ROBIN DR400 LIST OF AMENDMENTS (cont’d) Amdt n° Description of the amendment Pages amended Date Approval 6 .List of pages .List of pages . .2011 9 0-2 0-4 3-6 .1st page . 0-2 0-4 3-3 The technical content of the original French version of this document is approved under the authority of DOA nr. 2008 st 8 6-22 12-14 12-23a 12-24a 15-23 DET 100703 Major change approval EASA nr.Updating of sections 6 (DET060102 DR400 .Updating of sections (SB 100703 5-17 to 5-19 Powerplant – Air intake – Air filter) February 16th. .List of pages . EASA.213.10034051 Dtd 02.213. 2007 th The technical content of the original French version of this document is approved under the authority of DOA nr. EASA.List of amendments (Cont’d) 0-2 0-4 1-6 to 1-8 5-43 July 27 . . 2011 page 0 .July 1995 . Special tools.Update of pulley support tube) .21J. reference of drawings.Updating of sections 3: Torque setting of tightening clamps for very low pressure circuit hoses.JPC Aviation regulator). 7 0-2 0-4 0-7 10-7 and 10-8 The technical content of the original French version of this th May 17 . 3-6 July 01 .List of pages . 2011 th 3rd edition .List of amendments (Cont’d) .Summary .21J.DC generation . Insertion of electrical diagrams. EASA.4 Amendment 9 dtd February 16 .Updating of sections 01 and 05 (DET020206) Lycoming engine O-360 A1P taken into account for DR400/180 and DR400/180R.Updating of sections 10 (DET040301) DR400 Instruments Magneti Marelli.Updating of sections 15: manufacturer’s name .

Updating of section 9 (insertion of “Tank cap”) 0-2 0-5.Summary . 5-27 9-21 to 9-24 April 19 .04. 0-10 5-12.MAINTENANCE MANUAL LIST OF AMENDMENTS (cont’d) ROBIN DR400 Amdt n° Description of the amendment Pages amended Date Approval 10 .1st page .July 1995 Amendment 10 dtd April 19 .Updating of section 5 (SB031104) . 0-6 0-7. 2011 th page 0 .2011 3rd edition . 2011 th DET 031104 Major change approval EASA nr.List of pages .List of amendments (Cont’d) .10034673 Dtd 19.5 .

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3 3.3 DESCRIPTION AVAILABLE MODELS DIMENSIONS 2 MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE 3 MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS.2 3.MAINTENANCE MANUAL ROBIN DR400 SUMMARY Section.8 MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS WEIGHING AND CENTRING TORQUING (screwed components) CONTROL SURFACE BALANCING REPAIRS PROTECTION SPECIAL TOOLS TECHNICAL CARE PRODUCTS 4 AIRFRAME 4.2 4.1 3.5 3. 2011 th page 0 .4 4. INSPECTIONS AND REPAIRS 3.6 3.1 1.3 4. Title § Wording 1 GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS 1.July 1995 Amendment 10 dtd April 19 .5 INTRODUCTION FUSELAGE FIREWALL CANOPIES WINGS 3rd edition .7 .7 3.4 3.2 1.1 4.

7 6.1 5.3 5.2 7. DESCRIPTION STABILATOR CONTROL STABILATOR STABILATOR TRIM RUDDER BARS (Pre-1988 aircraft) RUDDER BARS (Post-1988 aircraft) RUDDER AILERON CONTROL AILERONS FLAP CONTROL FLAPS OPTIONS 7 LANDING GEAR 7.MAINTENANCE MANUAL 5 POWER-PLANT 5.8 Amendment 10 dtd April 19 .9 5.13 5.VERIFICATION ENGINE AND ACCESSORIES .10 6.5 7.REMOVAL (S/N < 2212) ENGINE .6 5.6 DESCRIPTION NOSE LANDING GEAR MAIN LANDING GEAR WHEELS FLUID AND HYDRAULIC LANDING GEAR .1 7.17 5.July 1995 .8 6.9 6.14 5.5 6.7 5.15 5. 2011 th 3rd edition . ENGINE SHOCK MOUNTS STARTER ALTERNATOR PROPELLERS ENGINE BAFFLES ENGINE STORAGE OPERATING DEFECTS 6 FLIGHT CONTROLS AND CONTROL SURFACES 6.ENGINE COMPARTMENT ENGINE OIL SYSTEM ENGINE AIR INTAKE IGNITION ENGINE CONTROLS ENGINE SUPERVISION EXHAUST ENGINE MOUNT.11 6.3 6.16 5.18 5.SWIVELLING (S/N > 2212) ENGINE AND ACCESSORIES .6 6.19 ROBIN DR400 ENGINE COMPRESSION .REMOVAL (S/N 2212 and later) CARBURETTOR FUEL SYSTEM .3 7.8 5.1 6.5 5.2 6.12 5.11 5.4 5.FILLING FAULT-FINDING page 0 .12 GENERAL.4 6.2 5.10 5.4 7.

5 9.1 8. 2011 th page 0 .1989-1992 VERSION BRAKE UNIT .3 11.10 9.2 11.8 8.POST-1992 MASTER CYLINDER AND PARKING BRAKE VALVE SEALS .5 10. CONNECTIONS TANK CAP FAULT FINDING 10 INSTRUMENTS 10.11 9.MAIN WHEEL ASSEMBLY BRAKE UNIT .9 9.9 .4 11.REPLACEMENT BRAKE SYSTEM .1 9.2 10.MAINTENANCE MANUAL ROBIN DR400 8 BRAKING SYSTEM 8.5 8.1 10.6 GENERAL POINTS PITOT-STATIC SYSTEM VACUUM SYSTEM TACHOMETER FUEL PRESSURE INDICATOR WESTACH OIL TEMPERATURE INDICATOR 11 INSTRUMENT PANEL.8 9.MAIN WHEEL ASSEMBLY DISC BRAKES . CONSOLE 11.7 9.4 10. 2146) WING TANK (S/N ≥ 2137 except 2145. GENERAL POINTS 110 LITRE MAIN FUEL TANK WING TANK (S/N < 2137 & 2145.2 8.4 8.3 9.7 8.5 GLARESHIELD GLOVE COMPARTMENT INSTRUMENT PANEL CENTRE CONSOLE FACIA PANEL 3rd edition .12 9-13 DESCRIPTION.2 9. 2146) AUXILIARY FUEL TANKS FUEL GAUGE FUEL LEVEL SENDER ADJUSTMENT FINGER SCREENS.1 11.1988-1989 VERSION BRAKE UNIT .9 8.10 DRUM BRAKES .4 9.PRE-1988 AIRCRAFT BRAKE UNIT .July 1995 Amendment 10 dtd April 19 .DRAINING / BLEEDING BRAKE FLUID RESERVOIR FAULT-FINDING 9 FUEL SYSTEM 9.6 8.3 10.3 8.6 9. FILTERS AND DRAINS FUEL SELECTOR VALVES AND CONTROL ELECTRICAL PRIMER PUMP FUEL LINES.

10 Amendment 10 dtd April 19 .PANELLING 14.4 14.8 16.1 14.13 16 DR400/200R 16.9 15.4 15.9 16.3 16.2 16.5 16. 2011 th 3rd edition .12 15.4 16.5 12.1 15.10 15.3 14 SEATS .2 14.7 13 HEATING AND VENTILATION 13.2 15.2 13.2 12.5 15 OPTIONS .OPERATION VENTILATION HEATING SYSTEM MAINTENANCE FRONT SEATS REAR SEATS SEAT BELTS SIDE PANELLING CARPETS NAVIGATION LIGHTS .1 12.11 15.3 15.6 15.EXHAUST FLUTES TOW HOOK (DR400/180R & DR400/200R) ADJUSTABLE REAR VIEW MIRROR FIXED REAR VIEW MIRRORS CABLE WINDER (MAAG Type RPM 01/88) GROUND POWER SOCKET (NATO type) S-TEC 20/30 AUTOPILOT GENERAL POINTS .5 15.VENTILATION page 0 .PRESENTATION ENGINE PROPELLER ENGINE AIR INTAKE ENGINE CONTROLS ENGINE COWL FLAP EXHAUST AND SILENCER FUEL SYSTEM ELECTRICAL SYSTEM HEATING .MAINTENANCE MANUAL 12 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM 12.1 16.1 13.3 12.6 12.ACCESSORIES 15.ANTI-COLLISION LIGHTS RADIO-NAVIGATION SETS AUXILIARY FUEL TANKS BAGGAGE COMPARTMENT DOOR ROLL STABILISER RUDDER TRIM SILENCERS .8 15.7 15.7 16.4 12.3 14.July 1995 .10 WET ELECTROLYTE BATTERY DRY BATTERIES (GEL) BATTERY AND STARTER RELAY ROBIN DR400 REGULATOR AND OVERVOLTAGE RELAY LANDING AND TAXI LIGHTS GENERAL POINTS .WIRING WIRING DIAGRAMS HEATING: DESCRIPTION .6 16.

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09 MA4SPA 160 HP 10.10 2700 RPM 10.in 3 8.in 5240 cm 320 cu.26 150 HP MA4SPA 2700 RPM 10.6 Amendment 6 dtd July 27 .10 2700 RPM 10.38.in 3769 cm3 233.0:1 1-3-2-4 5240 cm 320 cu.in 5900 cm3 361 cu.in 3769 cm3 233.3 cu.51.52.in 5900 cm3 361 cu.July 1995 .42 2800 RPM 10.52.50.38.51.20 125 HP MA3 PA 2800 RPM 10.78 INJECTION RSA-5AD1 MA4S 10.3 cu.17 MA4SPA 160 HP 10.35 10.in 8.20 MA3 PA 118 HP 10.49.50 MA3 PA 118 HP 10.in 5900 cm3 361 cu.3 cu.in 3769 cm3 233.5 :1 1-3-2-4 1-3-2-4 1-3-2-4 8.35 10.17 180 HP MA4S 2700 RPM 10.75:1 8.in 5240 cm3 320 cu.20 MA3 PA 118 HP 10.10 2700 RPM 10.51.52.20 108 HP MA3 PA 2600 RPM 10.52.35 10.38.in 3 8.49.MAINTENANCE MANUAL ROBIN DR400 AIRCRAFT LYCOMING ENGINE TYPE NORMAL RATED POWER CARBURAT.1 – DR400 CHARACTERISTICS (ALL MODELS) page 1 .5 :1 9. setting DISPLACEMENT COMPR.49.38. 2007 th 3rd Edition .78 MA4S 10.3 cu.5:1 8.in 3 8.7:1 8.42 2800 RPM 10.in 3769 cm3 233.51.5:1 8.5:1 8.3 cu.50.52.52.in 3769 cm3 233.78 3769 cm3 233.5 :1 6.3 cu.5:1 1-3-2-4 1-3-2-4 1-3-2-4 1-3-2-4 1-3-2-4 TABLEAU 1.51.42 2800 RPM 10.42 2800 RPM 10.5:1 1-3-2-4 5240 cm 320 cu. RATIO FIRING ORDER DR400/100 DR400/2+2 DR400/120 O-235 L2A O-235 H2C or C2C O-235 L2A or K2A or K2B O-235 L2A or K2A or K2B O-235 L2A or K2A or K2B O-235 F2B or J2A O-320 E2A DR400/120A DR400/120D DR400/125 DR400/140 DR400/140B O-320 D2A DR400/160 O-320 D2A DR400/160D O-320 D2A O-360 A3A or A1A or A1P O-360 A3A O-360 A3A or A1P IO-360 A1B6 O-360 A3A MA3 PA 118 HP 10.7:1 7.5:1 1-3-2-4 DR400/180 DR400/180S DR400/180R DR400/200R DR400/NGL 5900 cm3 361 cu.51.51.5 :1 1-3-2-4 8.0:1 1-3-2-4 1-3-2-4 1-3-2-4 7.78 180 HP 2700 RPM 180 HP 2700 RPM 200 HP 2700 RPM 180 HP 2700 RPM MA4S 10.52.in 5900 cm3 361 cu.51.17 MA4SPA 160 HP 10.

7 .MAINTENANCE MANUAL ROBIN DR400 AIRCRAFT LYCOMING ENGINE TYPE MAGNETOS *** LEFT RIGHT SPARK OCCURS OCTANE MINI FUEL TOTAL QUANTITY UNUSABLE FUEL QTY DR400/100 DR400/2+2 DR400/120 O-235 L2A O-235 H2C or C2C O-235 L2A or K2A or K2B O-235 L2A or K2A or K2B O-235 L2A or K2A or K2B O-235 F2B or J2A O-320 E2A O-320 D2A O-320 D2A S4LN-21 or 4372 4251 or 4371 S4LN-21 or 4372 S4LN-21 or 4372 S4LN-21 or 4372 S4LN-1227 or 4373 S4LN-21 or 4373 S4LN-21 or 4373 S4LN-21 or 4373 S4LN-21 or 4373 S4LN-21 or 4373 S4LN-21 or 4373 S4LN-21 or 4373 S4LN-1227 or 4372 or 4373 S4LN-21 or 4373 S4LN-20 or 4370 4250 S4LN-20 or 4370 S4LN-20 or 4370 S4LN-20 or 4370 S4LN-1209 or 4370 S4LN-20 or 4370 S4LN-20 or 4370 S4LN-20 or 4370 S4LN-20 or 4370 S4LN-20 or 4370 S4LN-20 or 4370 S4LN-20 or 4370 S4LN-1209 or 4370 S4LN-20 or 4370 20° BTC 25° BTC 20° BTC 100/100LL 80/87 100/100LL MAIN: 110 L MAIN: 110 L Option : 50 L MAIN: 110 L Option : 50 L MAIN: 110 L Option : 50 L MAIN: 110 L Option : 50 L MAIN: 110 L Option : 50 L MAIN: 110 L Option : 50 L MAIN: 110 L Option : 50 L MAIN: 110 L WING : 2x40 L Option : 50 L MAIN: 110 L WING : 2x40 L Option : 50 L MAIN: 110 L WING : 2x40 L Option : 50 L MAIN: 110 L WING : 2x40 L Option : 50 L MAIN: 110 L Option : 50 L MAIN: 110 L Option : 50 L MAIN: 110 L WING : 2x40 L Option : 50 L 10 L ** 10 L ** 10 L ** DR400/120A 20° BTC 100/100LL 10 L ** DR400/120D DR400/125 DR400/140 DR400/140B DR400/160 20° BTC 25° BTC 25° BTC 25° BTC 25° BTC 100/100LL 100/100LL 80/87 91/96 or 100/130 91/96 or 100/130 91/96 or 100/130 91/96 or 100/130 91/96 or 100/130 91/96 or 100/130 100/130 91/96 or 100/130 10 L ** 10 L ** 10 L ** 10 L ** 10 L ** 2x1L 10 L ** 2x1L 10 L ** 2x1L 10 L ** 2x1L 10 L 1L 10 L ** 2x1L DR400/160D O-320 D2A O-360 A3A or A1A or A1P O-360 A3A O-360 A3A or A1P IO-360 A1B6 O-360 A3A 25° BTC DR400/180 25° BTC DR400/180S DR400/180R DR400/200R 25° BTC 25° BTC 20° BTC * DR400/NGL 25° BTC * NOTE : depends on the engine serial number ** NOTE : aircraft serial number 2212 and up: unusable fuel quantity of the main tank: 1 litre *** NOTE : Magnetos SLICK or BENDIX might be fitted TABLEAU 1.July 1995 Amendment 6 dtd July 27 .2 – DR400 CHARACTERISTICS (ALL MODELS) (continued) 3rd Edition . 2007 th page 1 .

9 litres 2 Qts 1.13 BAR 60 PSI 4. 2007 th 3rd Edition .7 litres 6 Qts 5.13 BAR 60 PSI 4.2 BAR 90 PSI 6.13 BAR 60 PSI 4.2 BAR 90 PSI 6.55 BAR 95 PSI 6.2 BAR 90 PSI 6.55 BAR 95 PSI 6.9 litres 2 Qts 1.6 litres 8 Qts 7.8 Amendment 6 dtd July 27 .9 litres 2 Qts 1.2 BAR 90 PSI 6. Litres/h MAXIMUM PRESSURE MINIMUM PRESSURE MAXIMUM TEMP.6 litres 8 Qts 7.2 BAR 90 PSI 6.28 l/h 75% rated 0.9 litres 2 Qts 1.2 BAR 90 PSI 6.6 litres 8 Qts 7.42 l/h 75% rated 0.8 BAR 55 PSI 118 °C 245 °F 118 °C 245 °F 118 °C 245 °F 118 °C 245 °F 118 °C 245 °F 118 °C 245 °F 118 °C 245 °F 118 °C 245 °F 118 °C 245 °F 118 °C 245 °F 118 °C 245 °F 118 °C 245 °F 118 °C 245 °F 118 °C 245 °F 118 °C 245 °F DR400/120A DR400/120D DR400/125 DR400/140 DR400/140B DR400/160 DR400/160D DR400/180 DR400/180S DR400/180R DR400/200R DR400/NGL TABLEAU 1.2 BAR 90 PSI 6.42 l/h 75% rated 0.28 l/h 75% rated 0.55 BAR 95 PSI 4.9 litres 2 Qts 1.7 litres 6 Qts 5.9 litres 2 Qts 1.9 litres 2 Qts 1.July 1995 .7 litres 6 Qts 5.8 BAR 55 PSI 3.2 BAR 90 PSI 6.35 l/h 75% rated 0.9 litres 2 Qts 1.42 l/h 75% rated 0.2 BAR 90 PSI 6.13 BAR 60 PSI 4. page 1 .13 BAR 60 PSI 4.9 litres 2 Qts 1.8 BAR 55 PSI 3.42 l/h 75% rated 6. DR400/100 DR400/2+2 DR400/120 O-235 L2A O-235 H2C or C2C O-235 L2A or K2A or K2B O-235 L2A or K2A or K2B O-235 L2A or K2A or K2B O-235 F2B or J2A O-320 E2A O-320 D2A O-320 D2A O-320 D2A O-360 A3A or A1A or A1P O-360 A3A O-360 A3A or A1P IO-360 A1B6 O-360 A3A 5.35 l/h 75% rated 0.MAINTENANCE MANUAL ROBIN DR400 AIRCRAFT LYCOMING ENGINE TYPE ENGINE OIL OIL SUMP CAPACITY MINI SAFE QUANTITY CONSUMP.9 litres 2 Qts 1.9 litres 2 Qts 1.55 BAR 95 PSI 6.8 BAR 55 PSI 3.9 litres 2 Qts 1.28 l/h 75% rated 0.8 BAR 55 PSI 3.2 BAR 90 PSI 6.48 l/h 75% rated 0.9 litres 2 Qts 1.13 BAR 60 PSI 4.3 – DR400 CHARACTERISTICS (ALL MODELS) (continued).6 litres 8 Qts 7.6 litres 8 Qts 7.13 BAR 60 PSI 3.6 litres 8 Qts 1.7 litres 6 Qts 7.7 litres 6 Qts 5.13 BAR 60 PSI 4.9 litres 2 Qts 0.13 BAR 60 PSI 4.29 l/h 75% rated 0.9 litres 2 Qts 1.6 litres 8 Qts 7.13 BAR 60 PSI 4.7 litres 6 Qts 5.35 l/h 75% rated 0.28 l/h 75% rated 0.6 litres 8 Qts 7.28 l/h 75% rated 0.6 litres 8 Qts 7.55 BAR 95 PSI 6.35 l/h 75% rated 0.

MAINTENANCE MANUAL ROBIN DR400 SECTION 2 MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE The maintenance programme is covered by a separate document entitled: "AIRWORTHINESS LIMITATIONS & MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE" (document no.July 1995 Amendment July 2006 page 2 .1 . 1001586 GB) The Maintenance Schedule is made up of six headings: Section 1 Section 2 Section 3 Section 4 Section 5 Section 6 GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS TIME BETWEEN INSPECTIONS COMPONENTS AND EQUIPMENTS MAINTENANCE. USE AND STORAGE PRACTICES SPECIAL MAINTENANCE INSPECTIONS CONTROL FLIGHT MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS TABLE 3rd Edition .

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3.24 : 80-90 lbf. ADD A WASHER UNDER THE NUT WHERE NECESSARY. Engine shock mount bolts: 5 . knife edge support). Reminder: Wood varies in volume with atmospheric conditions (especially moisture).in (35 lbf.5 26 44 106 220 * Tolerance: 0.1.Tightening on metal components General rule (values shown for self-locking nuts) STANDARD TORQUE VALUES FOR STEEL NUTS AND BOLTS* NOMINAL LUBRICATED UNLUBRICATED DIMENSION m.5 daN. CAUTION Repeated tightening on wood causes non-negligible deformation of the support and the nut may damage the last thread of the bolt.m or 0.5 0.0 daN.3 0.m .9 . 5 mm dia. +15% 0.CONTROL SURFACE BALANCING Any repair work on the ailerons or stabilator must be carried out with stringent observance of the balancing requirements defined in fig. 8 mm dia.500 in. bolts and nuts shall be torqued in accordance with the rules of the art.m (44.5.3 .MAINTENANCE MANUAL 3. 10 mm 0.25 lbf.9 2.3.3. etc.5 1.1 .Special torque settings Propellers: refer exclusively to the manufacturer's manual or the indications on the propeller placard.g. +15% for hoses in good condition.36 daN. Balance shall therefore be checked after such operations.lbs dia. 2008 st page 3 .daN in.7 m.2.0 4.0 44 80 177 354 3.3 .3. Installation torque for lead nuts (see Lycoming SI 1042): .in ≈ 0.m Tightening clamps for very low pressure circuit hoses (fuel circuit before pumps) and connections of air ducts for cabin air (warm and cold) and for air heat exchanger (cooling of oil): 5 N. Installation torque for spark plugs: 420 lbf. CHECK NO SUCH DAMAGE OCCURS (engine mount attachment. landing gear attachment. This operation is performed with the control surface disconnected and set on friction-free axes (e. 6 mm dia.Tightening on wood ROBIN DR400 When at least one of the components to be assembled is made of wood (frequently the case on the DR400) assembly screws.TORQUING (screwed components) 3. 3.daN (450 .4 .in ≈ 1. No weight may be added to or removed from these components without written consent from the manufacturer.2 2. tolerance 0.ft) ≈ 4.lbs m.3 .m (see Lycoming SI 1042).July 1995 Amendment 8 dtd July 01 .in or 3. 3rd edition . nose gear bracket.24 .nut 3/4 . 3.lbs).ft).daN in.20 : 110-120 lbf.nut 5/8 .).69 lbf.1.75 daN.2 .

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..... 96-18-02 Rudder adjustment template ....6 ... metal corrosion......................7 ...TECHNICAL CARE PRODUCTS See table 3...........E........ etc....... website..July 1995 ............. “Parts department”...)........ Electrochemically protected components (cadmium or electrolytic plating..R... 2011 th 3rd edition ... 96-18-01 Valve core extractor (Schrader 30456-01) Swivel mount pin protector ....................P........PROTECTION All components are protected when new (varnish...6 Amendment 9 dtd February 16 .......A.) must be renewed....... Stabilator adjustment template.... cadmium-plating.... page 3 .. Flap adjustment template. Shimmy damper test sleeve .8 .....................1 on the next page. electrolytic plating...P............. other brands) but the manufacturer's approval must be obtained before use............... paint..... There may be equivalent products to those listed (e.... 96-18-00 Vacuum regulator valve wrench ..... etc..... This protection may disappear over time or with wear possibly entailing serious deterioration of the airframe (wood rot..g..A.....MAINTENANCE MANUAL ROBIN DR400 3...... Anti-balance tab adjustment template. etc..).. (1) Drawings are available on C. It is therefore important to remedy matters as soon as possible..SPECIAL TOOLS Drawing (1) Aileron test template .......R........ 3.....E....... 96-18-03 These tools can be ordered from C.. 3..........

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coating the rivet with polyurethane sealant so the assembly is watertight.Screw fastening Same procedure as for rivets except: .5 . etc. .2 . REMINDER: Drill at high speed using a slow helix bit with a ground tip.Lay on the Plexiglas with the weatherstrip (if any) held in place (adhesive tape) and mark it out for trimming (narrow adhesive tape).Use new screws and seals (see spares catalogue). See fig.Rivet (with packing washers as required).Rivet fastening .Refit the cover strip.Final hole in Plexiglas: 8 mm diameter (be sure to use a drill bit with a ground tip). making sure the seals are watertight (polyurethane sealant or equivalent).Before fitting the new Plexiglas check the canopy frame thoroughly.July 1995 page 4 . . Have suitably sized washers ready for fitting between the Plexiglas and the frame (when riveting) so the mating surfaces can be aligned.Scrape off any adhesive. NOTE: Sealing washers may be replaced by polyurethane sealant applied in sufficient quantity when fitting the screw to ensure a watertight seal. .2 mm diameter pilot hole .The Plexiglas must be trimmed around the wooden dome (ahead of the instrument panel) to leave a constant 5 mm clearance (except for the sides which must be well clear of the guides fixed to the front of the fuselage). handles. 4.2. Take care not to unstick the panelling. NOTE: Remove the old rivets and other debris from the canopy anchor stud compartments so they cannot interfere with the canopy jettison system.2 mm) all around the edge. 4.Take the opportunity to change the weatherstrips at the same time.MAINTENANCE MANUAL ROBIN DR400 4.4.final hole in Plexiglas only: diameter 6 mm). .3 .Apply a bead of black silicone sealant around the inner edges and smooth out (damp cloth and finger).Pull off the old Plexiglas taking care to cut the adhesive beads as you work.Repaint.Drill the Plexiglas by transparency (3. 3rd edition .2. .2. .4. . bonding compound or sealant and renew the protection if necessary (zinc chromate). . . Final fitting is to be done with the canopy closed. .Drill out the rivets (diameter 3. . .

it is not necessary to clean to bare support. However. a reactivating product 4000 or 4001 of the same manufacturer must be used. plexiglas REAR side panels and the doors of baggage compartment of planes after 1988.October 2006 3rd edition . totally disappeared from the market. provided that the remaining residues are not granular and perfectly adhering to supports. CAUTION Where the adhesive is applied directly to the fabric-covered wood (rear side panels. ¾ When the identification of the glue of origin is not possible. ¾ Plexis glued with the SIKAFLEX 260 can be replaced and reglued with the SIKAFLEX 260. 2212 and later). page 4 .Adhesive bonding This process is used for polyesters domes. The BETASEAL HV3 product. General a) Removal of the former plexiglas: The used compound can only be removed mechanically.MAINTENANCE MANUAL ROBIN DR400 4. Cut away any remaining adhesive. Compounds BETAMATE 7120 or SIKAFLEX 260 can be used for the bonding of the plexiglas of canopy by applying the respective instructions (see appendices below).4. At the beginning. NOTE: there might be locally washers to assure the thickness of the joint. plastic dome) special care must be taken not to damage the support. it is necessary to totally clean the area to be glued. Should the opposite occur. has been replaced by the BETAMATE 7120. ¾ Reglueing with a product of different brand from that of origin is unknown and therefore unacceptable. For the record: ¾ Plexis glued with BETASEAL HV3 can be replaced and reglued with BETAMATE 7120. a thin layer of adhesive may remain.2.4 . it is necessary to eliminate mechanically any trace of the previous product. It was extended to all canopy transparent sheet and polyesters fastening processes since 1993 (serial no. the bonding of canopy has been made by means of compound SIKAFLEX 260 or BETASEAL HV3 product.July 1995 . Limitations of use. Cut the joint on its whole width and all around by means of sharp blades (there are electric or pneumatic sharp devices). ¾ Consult the Individual Register of Control (RIC Registre Individuel de Contrôle) to possibly identify the type of glue used in production.6/a Amendment 2 . If this bonding is performed on the residues of cut joint (normal procedure).

MAINTENANCE MANUAL ROBIN DR400 b) Trimming the new plexiglas: Hold the new sheet in place and trim around it roughly so it can be clamped in its final position and marked out (narrow adhesive tape) for final cutting. The pressed bead can be maxi 3 mm thick as long as the width of bonding is minimum 10 mm. In the case of bonding of big length with products having very different coefficients of expansion: the thickness of the bead will preferably have to be at least 1 mm. f) Protecting against delamination: Fit a screw at each corner of the Plexiglas. Wait approximately 48 hours before using such products (smoothed fillets). Note: adhesives of polyurethane type such as Betamate 7120 or Sikaflex 260 are incompatible with silicone type adhesives or silicone type compound throughout curing. 3rd edition . c) Preparation of surfaces: See instructions specific to each compound (see appendix below). h) Protection: If the bonding concerns a transparent. Put in contact and press on the bead in such a way that it flows under pressure. an anti-UV protection must be applied to all the glued zone.6/b . i) Record in the maintenance documents the glue used when replacing the canopy.October 2006 page 4 .July 1995 Amendment 2 . g) Paint finish: It is essential to widely paint over the bonded areas. d) Application of the compound bead: Put down in a continuous and uniform way a preferably triangular bead (preparation of the extremity of the syringe) of following dimension (mm): 8 to 10 8 to 10 e) Fitting of the element to be glued: Guide and position so as to avoid any sliding.

July 1995 .October 2006 3rd edition .MAINTENANCE MANUAL ROBIN DR400 Appendix 1 APPLICATION OF BETAMATE 7120 COMPOUND The information of the technical cards of these products is applicable. The film must be perfectly dry. For the record. the adhesive resistance on this substratum is weak and has to be the object of a particular study. thus not painted fabric.polyurethane painting ¾ steel with phosphating primer ¾ Altuglas and plexiglas PREPARATION OF SURFACES Maskings of zones to be protected. Minimum drying approximately 30 seconds in ambient temperature following technical index card. Minimum drying 5 minutes in ambient temperature. Degreasing.6/c Amendment 2 . Slight abrasive paper sandind of surfaces to be glued with Adhesive Tape Brite medium grain (any type of support). ASSOCIATED PRODUCTS The compound is necessarily used with a primer after cleaning grease off. INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE AND SAFETY Refer to the safety cards published by the manufacturer for each of the products. Application of the primary on the surface with a paintbrush in the thinner possible single layer (do not paint again). page 4 . The grease remover is the BETACLEAN 3900. The primer is BETAPRIME 5402 or 5404 for the following supports: ¾ gelcoat side of polyester ¾ fiber side of polyester ¾ aluminium with acrylic-polyurethane painting ¾ aluminium with phosphating primer ¾ steels with acrylic . Particular case: on fabric-covered wood: bonding directly on the fabric so that the compound crosses this one. It is possible to use isopropylique alcohol.

the adhesive resistance on this substratum is weak and has to be the object of a particular study. ASSOCIATED PRODUCTS The mastic sticks is necessarily used with a primer after cleaning grease off (except on fabric-covered wood) The grease remover is the SIKA 205.polyurethane painting ¾ steel with phosphating primer ¾ Altuglas and plexiglas The primer is SIKA 210T for the following supports: ¾ gel coat side of polyester ¾ fiber side of polyester PREPARATION OF SURFACES Masking of zones to be protected.6/d . thus not painted fabric.GLUE SIKAFLEX 260 APPLICATION The information of the technical index card of this product is applicable. 3rd edition . The primer is SIKA 209 for the following supports: ¾ aluminium with acrylic . HYGIENE AND SAFETY(SECURITY) Refer to the safety cards published by the manufacturer for each of the products. possibility of using isopropylique alcohol. Slight abrasive paper sandind of surfaces to be glued with Adhesive Tape Brite medium grain (any type of support).MAINTENANCE MANUAL ROBIN DR400 Appendix 2 MASTIC . Degreasing Minimum drying 10 minutes in ambient temperature. For the record. Application of the primary on the surface with a paintbrush in the thinner possible single layer (do not paint again).polyurethane painting ¾ aluminium with phosphating primer ¾ steels with acrylic .July 1995 Amendment 2 .October 2006 page 4 . Minimum drying 30 minutes in ambient temperature Particular case: on fabric-covered wood: bonding directly on the fabric so that the compound crosses this one.

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It is located in the sump at the rear of the engine and fastened by four screws.Check the cooler support brackets are in good condition and properly fixed. verification .Maintenance.1 . . . 5. Clean and inspect the cooling fins. fastened to a side tube on the engine mount.4 .The oil is changed with the engine warm.The oil line that supplies the sender must be clean for it to work properly.Whenever the oil is changed.7.Authorized oils are listed on Textron Lycoming SI 1014.1 .ENGINE OIL SYSTEM 5.The pressure sender is located: S/N < 2212: right hand side.2. 5. The fittings have taper threads and must be moderately tight (max.2 .7. Renew the flat seal whenever it is removed. .6 litres 8 Qts = 7.3 .Oil cooler 5.2.Make sure there are no leaks from the connectors.Oil pressure . 2011 th 3rd edition .6 litres 8 Qts = 7.replacement No repairs to the oil cooler are authorized. If removed apply anti-seize compound systematically (cf.7 litres 8 Qts = 7. 6 Qts = 5. .12 Amendement 10 dtd April 19 .Remove the plastic (or metal) diffuser from above the cooler. Refer to the latest edition.7. fastened to the firewall. .Oil change ROBIN DR400 .7. perform a careful cleaning of the oil hose and connectors. the strainer (screen) must be examined and cleaned. S/N ≥ 2212: right hand side. including the restricted fitting and make sure to bleed any air from the line when refitting.7. See the electrical wiring diagram for connections. . 3 m. In case of malfunction.Oil cooler .Check that the grill on the baffle is clean.July 1995 . 5.daN) as the internal thread is made of aluminium.2 .MAINTENANCE MANUAL 5. The cooler must be replaced if a leak is detected.7 . care products) to prevent binding.Oil temperature The oil temperature sensor is located on the sump containing the strainer on the accessory housing at the back of the engine. Reminder: required oil quantity O-235 engine O-320 engine O-360 engine IO-360 engine 5.6 litres page 5 .7.

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8.200).10.8. 2011 th page 5 . . especially the areas adjacent to the welds.Condition of bearings and pins.8.8.28.Check for cracks and flaking paint.000) which was not reversible has been replaced in 2011 with filter (P/N 56.Check for cracks and flaking paint.2 .4. Remove it to examine concealed areas.8.4 . especially the areas adjacent to the welds. Make sure there are no cracks in the box and that the safety diaphragm (rubber) is flexible.Intake assembly type E 5.Carburettor air intake box Check the condition of the flap and bearings.1 .000) which was not reversible has been replaced in 2011 with filter (P/N 56.4.8.1 .10. 5.Carburettor air intake box .Condition of bearings and pins. The first version of the air filter (P/N 56.6 .Intake assembly type C 5. Remove it to examine concealed areas.1 .02.Air filter The air filter is the "mesh and fabric" ring type located under the carburettor and can be reached by removing the circular cover under the air intake box.8.2 . 5. When installing the second version of the filter (P/N 56. Clean thoroughly and check the general condition of the fabric in particular.8. 5.Air filter The air filter has an elliptic shape and is of the car type.6.Make a special check that the carburettor heat flap is in good condition. 5.28. the securing plate (new plate with no hole) was to be replaced as well (refer to SB 100703). .23.02.5.Air filter The air filter is of the accordion fold "mesh and fabric" type.Intake assembly type D 5.200) opened on both ends in order to suppress any risk of back-to-front installation.8. 5.2 . . 3rd edition .200) with mesh on both sides in order to suppress any risk of back-to-front installation.6.23. .02.23.Carburettor air intake box .5 .July 1995 Amendment 9 dtd February 16 .MAINTENANCE MANUAL ROBIN DR400 5.17 .Make a special check that the carburettor heat flap is in good condition.5. The first version of the air filter (P/N 56.

8.8. NOTE: the screw heads are in contact with the flap (the felt is cut clear).7. .7 .The four bottom corners of the box are deliberately left open to prevent any fuel accumulating whatever the attitude of the aircraft: make sure the openings are not fouled. 5. The torque value must be 0. . washers and nuts.The conduit is made of flameproof reinforced plastic: it may only be repaired with flameproof resin.7. It must be replaced at least every 100 hours in accordance with the maintenance schedule. 5.Carburettor air intake box .Air filter The air filter is made of open cell foam which comes in two grades (regular and severe fouling). .Intake assembly type F 5.2 . .The closure flap can be removed for inspection or replacement: it is held on its pivots by two countersunk screws (head at felt side). Remove it to examine concealed areas. Clean with a compressed air line only and replace in accordance with the maintenance schedule.3 .8. Check it is in good condition and that the metal trim inside is fitted to retain its shape. The filter may be cleaned with a compressed air line. 5.This is a rubber gaiter fastened to the rear of the filter housing.8. 2011 th 3rd edition .The felt is slightly larger than the flap and overlaps at the top by 3-4 mm providing an airtight seal in the "carburettor heat" position.1 .1 . 5.7.3.8.8.Carburettor air intake box . . 5. . page 5 . and possibly with fuel.Make a special check that the carburettor heat flap is in good condition.18 Amendment 9 dtd February 16 .8.Intake conduit .Air filter ROBIN DR400 The air filter is located in a recess in the lower cover and is a paper filter on a cell type support.8.2 .Intake assembly types G & H 5.It can be removed by taking off the bottom cover.3 .daN.Conduit from air filter to air intake box .MAINTENANCE MANUAL 5. Make regular checks (every 100 hours) that the overlap cannot be folded inside the box when worn.8.The box is fastened under the carburettor with a thick aluminium shim and a flat washer on either side: see § 5.Condition of bearings and pins.July 1995 .8. especially the areas adjacent to the welds.8 .Check for cracks and flaking paint.4 .3.5 m.0.8.

1 . .It can be removed by taking off the bottom cover.3 .The felt is slightly larger than the flap and overlaps at the top by 3-4 mm providing an airtight seal in the "carburettor heat" position.19 . 3rd edition .Conduit from air filter to air intake box .MAINTENANCE MANUAL 5.9.3.Intake assembly type J 5. and possibly with gasoline. 2011 th page 5 .July 1995 Amendment 9 dtd February 16 . . washers and nuts.daN. 5. The filter may be cleaned with a compressed air line.The conduit is made of flameproof reinforced plastic: it may only be repaired with flameproof resin. It must be replaced at least every 100 hours in accordance with the maintenance schedule.The box is fastened to the carburettor: see § 5.The four bottom corners of the box are deliberately left open to prevent any fuel accumulating whatever the attitude of the aircraft: make sure the openings are not fouled.8.8.9.Air filter ROBIN DR400 The air filter is made of open cell foam which comes in two grades (regular and severe fouling).8. NOTE: the screw heads are in contact with the flap (the felt is cut clear).The closure flap can be removed for inspection or replacement: it is held on its pivots by two countersunk screws (head at felt side).8. The torque value must be 0.4-0. Make regular checks (every 100 hours) that the overlap cannot be folded inside the box when worn.9.3. .Carburettor air intake box .5 m. .2 . 5.9 .

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1. 5.July 1995 .1 .1. Remove the grommets isolating the harness from the baffle passage points.1.Harnesses . d) Reconnect the harness leads to the spark plugs.in ≈ 0.MAINTENANCE MANUAL ROBIN DR400 5.5).9.in ≈ 0.fitting Before fitting the spark plugs make sure that the cylinder head thread is clean and undamaged. a) Route each harness so each end corresponds to the relevant spark plug (see fig.Spark plugs .m page 5 .nut 3/4 . fit the gasket over the thread and insert the spark plug. Installation torque for lead nuts (see Lycoming SI 1042): .20 : 110-120 lbf.Ignition harnesses . Disconnect the ignition leads.Ignition leads When replacing the ignition harness refer to the diagram on the preceding page for correct connection.nut 5/8 .22 Amendment July 2006 3rd edition .36 daN.9 .24 .9.2. Tighten the end nuts.m .75 daN. Screw by hand as far as possible to ensure the threads are correctly engaged. Installation torque for spark plugs: 420 lbf. Take care not to damage the contact springs that penetrate the spark plug connector wells. b) Insert the ignition lead ends carefully. e) Remove the ignition harnesses.in ≈ 1. Mark the position of the clamps and fastenings so the cables can be fixed to the same places as before.24 : 80-90 lbf.m .24 . Installation torque for lead nuts (see Lycoming SI 1042): .2 . 5.9.0 daN.Refitting NOTE: For standard connection: The cylinder number matches the number on the hexagonal end nut of the ignition cable.9 .nut 3/4 .2.in ≈ 1.nut 5/8 .1.m (see Lycoming SI 1042).2 . The number on the nut is followed by T (top) for the upper spark plugs and B (bottom) for the lower spark plugs. d) Remove the rear protective cover from the magneto block noting its position.9.20 : 110-120 lbf. 5. b) Refit the magneto block cover in position (noted when removed). c) Fit insulator caps to the free end of each ignition lead (insulator and spring).removal a) Detach the clamps fastening the various leads of the harness to the engine and accessories. b) Unscrew the screw caps of the ignition leads on the spark plugs.36 daN.in (35 lbf.0 daN.m 5.4 .ft) ≈ 4. a) Apply anti-seize compound to the spark plug threads.24 : 80-90 lbf. c) Fit the ignition lead clamps and insert the grommets into the engine baffles.1.

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1 . .080 bars.27 .2 . including the restricted fitting and replace if necessary. .3 .12.July 1995 Amendment 10 dtd April 19 .1 .11. No adjustment: if it does not work.Replace clamp screws at the slightest sign of weakening or serious corrosion. No adjustment: if it does not work.11.The clamps on the exhaust manifold must not be blocked.12 . 5. check the electrical connections and replace if necessary.Low oil pressure alarm The pressure switch is set to trigger when pressure falls below 1.EXHAUST 5.11 . Consult the manufacturer. NOTE: Some cracks may be repaired by welding. 3rd edition .0 bar.11. Below this value the instrument panel warning light comes on.Two-in-one exhaust manifolds (All types S/N ≥ 2212) . perform a careful cleaning of the oil hose and connectors.Low fuel pressure alarm The pressure switch is factory set at 0. check the electrical connections.MAINTENANCE MANUAL ROBIN DR400 5. heat exchanger shrouds and component welds.Check the clamps are held in position and airtight. 5. .Tachometer Periodically check that the tachometer cable end is correctly fastened (screw fitting) to the rear of the engine and that it is correctly routed and clipped. They must allow ± 2 cm sideways deflection of the end of the manifold.Check all the manifolds for any cracking especially at the fastening clamps.ENGINE SUPERVISION 5. 2011 th page 5 . 5.

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deformation.17.4 .Make sure that the passage ways for ducts. 5.removal (S/N > 2212) The gap between the baffles and engine is filled with sealant.43 .July 1995 Amendment 6 dtd July 27 . When replacing the engine.17.3 . ignition cables and fluid lines are in perfect condition and that the rubber grommets are correctly fitted. . . 5. repair .1 .Lycoming O-360 A1P engine particularity (S/N ≥ 2207) Engine baffles depend on the engine model: O-360 A3A or O-360 A1P. make sure to install the appropriate baffles.17. 3rd edition .17.Check all the baffles are in good condition: cracks.2 .Repairs: Any cracks can be repaired by adding a strengthener locally in accordance with the rules of the art outside the air space above the cylinders. Mark the screws and brackets before removal.Maintenance.Side baffles.ENGINE BAFFLES 5.Baffles .17 . 2007 th page 5 . 5. The strengthener must not be more than 12 cm2.MAINTENANCE MANUAL ROBIN DR400 5. wear. To prevent the sealant adhering to the rocker cover coat the rocker cover with a thin film of grease (vaseline) when refitting before making the sealant bead.removal (S/N ≥ 2212) All attachments may be removed to take off the baffles.

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Rudder cables .Rudder cables .July 1995 . If this is not the cae. g) Disconnect the cable terminals from the rudder bars and remove the cables through the front. e) Safety the cable turnbuckles and refit the tunnel and centre console.inspection Check condition of the cables and replace if defective: worn.MAINTENANCE MANUAL ROBIN DR400 6. c) Attach a sufficiently long string to the end of the cables so the new cable can be routed easily through the airframe. check the components of the hole system.removal a) Cut the safety wire and unscrew the rudder cable turnbuckle barrels at the rudder lever. 6. with a slight friction. d) Remove the centre console and the tunnel between the front and rear seats. f) Check the deflection and that the rudder is working properly. 6. bent.7 . b) Slacken the stabilator cables.refitting a) Draw the cables into position with the string left in place on removal.5. the alignment of pulleyv support brackets and cable tensioning. page 6 .16 Amendment July 2006 3rd edition . Note the position of the cables on the pulleys so they can be fitted in their proper places.Rudder cables . in case of particular anomaly. Fit new cables complying with the specified definition. e) Remove the cable guides from the seat boxes.5. f) Through the fuselage inspection hatch. d) Adjust the control surface with the appropriate tools. elementary strand broken. b) Fix the ends of the cables to the rudder bars. contact the manufacturer. c) Refit the cable guides and the pulley block. . in their guide.5. Note: It must be noted that these cables must slide smoothly. CAUTION THE RUDDER CABLES CROSS OVER BETWEEN THE FRONT AND REAR SEATS. remove the shaft from the pulley block behind the fuel tank.5.6 . Untie the string and leave it in place for refitting.

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6.8.6 - Push rod

Inside each wing, the aileron control crosswheel (pulleys item 1) are attached on a push rod (item 2). Caution, the right hand and left hand push rods (item 2) are symetrical at rear spar support bracket level (item 3). Since February 2008, each push rod assembly is marked with a letter D for Right Hand (Droite) or G for Left Hand (Gauche) located close to the pulley fixation holes. Before any removal, clearly identify the position of the push rod assy at fixation level on the wing rear spar.

6.8.7 - Aileron control - adjustment NOTE: The neutral position of the aileron trailing edge is not in line with the trailing edge of the flaps. a) Place the adjustment template (cf. tools) on the wing upper surface parallel to the centre line of the aircraft inserting the graduated section between the flap and the aileron. b) Make sure that aileron deflection corresponds to fig. 6.1. c) Adjust the aileron cables to the tension shown in § 6.1.3, setting the control stick to neutral and making sure that the ailerons are in the neutral position too (template). d) Adjust the tension of the interlocking cable making sure that the ailerons remain strictly in the neutral position. If necessary, adjust the aileron cables. e) Check aileron deflection again and safety the turnbuckles.

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7.4.1.4 - Nose wheel - refitting a) Fit the inner tube inside the tyre with the marks aligned (red or yellow mark on inner tube opposite red mark on tyre). However, if the inner tube is unmarked position the valve on the opposite side to the red tyre mark. b) Fit the tyre and inner tube assembly onto the inboard wheel rim to which the studs are attached. Match up the outboard wheel rim inserting the valve into the hole provided. c) Fasten the washers and nuts onto the bolts and tighten them (torque value: 1.5-2 m.daN) taking care NOT TO NIP the inner tube. Inflate the tyres.
DR400/120, DR400/100, DR400/140, DR400/140B, DR400/2+2, DR400/160, DR400/160D, DR400/120D, DR400/180, DR400/180S, DR400/125 DR400/180R Nose wheel 1.6 bar 1.8 bar DR400/200R DR400/NGL DR400/500 1.8 bar 2.0 bar

Nota: Inflating wheels means the removal of fairings which allow cleaning them from mud. d) Paint a red mark on the wheel perimeter and extend it onto the tyre wall. This mark is used to check for creep between tyre and wheel with use. e) Lubricate. f) Slide the complete wheel onto the axis. Position the wheel fairing bracket (8) and fix it in place with the bolts (9), washers and nuts. 7.4.2 - Main wheel with disc brakes (fig. 7.5) Limit of wear: see § 8.2.1.
NOTE: There are two versions of wheel rims and disc brakes. Version A: older model; Version N: new model. Only wheel rim removal is different (studs or bolts).

7.4.2.1 - Main wheel - removal a) Jack up the aircraft so the wheels are completely clear of the ground. Release the brakes. b) Remove the wheel fairing. c) Remove the two screws (15) and washers fixing the outer caliper jaw (13) and remove it. d) Remove the wheel fairing brackets (8) by extracting the two bolts (9), washers and nuts. e) Slide the wheel and disc brake (5 or 1) assembly off the axle. 7.4.2.2 - Main wheel - dismantling a) Deflate the inner tube completely. b) Remove the four nuts and washers fixed to the bolts and which hold the two wheel rims (3 & 4) and (6 & 7) together. Remove the tyre and inner tube. c) Remove the six countersunk screws and the corresponding washers and nuts holding the brake disc (1) on the wheel rim (4) (Version A).

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a) Check all the components for wear, cracks and any faults (see maintenance schedule). b) Check the assembly bolts or studs for weaknesses or sundry faults. c) Examine the tyre for cuts, faults or poor internal condition. d) Check the condition of the valve and the inner tube for friction or wear. e) Check that the brake disc is in good condition, flat and correctly fixed to the wheel rim. f) Check the bearings and journals. 7.4.2.3 - Main wheel - refitting (disc brake) a) Fit the inner tube into the tyre, matching up the marks (red or yellow mark on inner tube opposite red mark on tyre) and add talc. If there is no mark on the inner tube, position the valve on the opposite side to the red tyre mark. b) Fit the brake disc onto the inboard wheel rim and fasten it with the six countersunk screws, washers and nuts (Version A). On Version N the brake disc is assembled at the same time as the two wheel rims. c) Fit the tyre and inner tube assembly onto the inboard wheel rim. Fit the outboard wheel rim, inserting the valve into the hole provided. d) Fit the washers, nuts and bolts (studs) and tighten (torque value 1.5-2 m.daN) taking care NOT TO NIP the inner tube. Inflate.
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e) Paint a red mark on the wheel perimeter and extend it onto the tyre wall. This mark is used to check for creep between tyre and wheel with use. f) Lubricate the bearings if not sealed and the journals taking care not to get grease on the brake disc or pads. g) Slide the complete wheel onto the axle. Put on the wheel fairing bracket and fix it. h) Replace the outer caliper jaw and fix it with the two screws. 7.4.3 - Main wheel with drum brakes (fig. 7.6) 7.4.3.1 - Main wheel - removal (drum brake) a) Jack up the aircraft so the wheels are completely clear of the ground. Release the brakes. b) Remove the wheel fairing. c) Remove the wheel fairing bracket (1) by removing the tapered pin (2) secured by the split pin (3). d) Slide the complete wheel off the axle.

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DR400/125 Main wheels 1. Inflate. DR400/160. Put on the wheel fairing bracket (1) and fix it with the tapered pin (2) which is secured by the split pin (3). 7.0 bar DR400/200R DR400/ DR400/500 NGL 2. 7. DR400/120.0 bar 3.Main wheel . DR400/180. This mark is used to check for creep between tyre and wheel with use. DR400/2+2. DR400/180R 2.MAINTENANCE MANUAL ROBIN DR400 7. e) Check the brake drum for wear (ring in inboard wheel rim (5)). inserting the valve into the hole provided. b) Fit the tyre and inner tube assembly onto the inboard wheel rim (5). cracks and any faults.4 .4.3. Fit the outboard wheel rim (9).July 1995 Amendment July 2006 page 7 . DR400/100. b) Remove the four nuts and washers fastened to the studs (6) holding the inboard (5) and outboard (9) wheel rims together.Main wheel .0 bar d) Paint a red mark on the wheel perimeter and extend it onto the tyre wall.4. c) Examine the tyre for cuts.dismantling (drum brake) a) Deflate the inner tube completely.8 bar DR400/140.17 . faults or poor internal condition. f) Slide the complete wheel onto the axle. matching up the marks (red or yellow mark on inner tube opposite red mark on tyre) and add talc. c) Fit the washers (7) and nuts (8) onto the studs (6) and tighten them taking care NOT TO NIP the inner tube. b) Check the assembly studs (6) for weaknesses or faults. DR400/120D. f) Check the bearings (4) and journals.2 . 3rd edition . position the valve on the opposite side to the red tyre mark.Main wheel .4.3. Separate the two parts. DR400/180S. If there is no mark on the inner tube.3.verification a) Check all the components for wear. e) Lubricate the bearings (4) and journals taking care not to get grease on the brake shoes (10) or the brake drum (internal part of wheel rim (5)). d) Check the condition of the valve and the inner tube (wear).3 .refitting (drum brake) a) Fit the inner tube into the tyre. DR400/160D. DR400/140B.

7. 7.5 .2 .5.5 bar 6.It is compulsory to fill the shock absorbers with the aircraft jacked up and the wheels completely clear of the ground.FLUID AND HYDRAULIC LANDING GEAR . Inflate the shock absorber as described in § 7.5 bar 10.General points .Screw the valve cap on FINGER TIGHT ONLY . 7.6 .If the valve core has been removed.6 litres remaining). d) Drain any fluid from the flexible line and extend the oleo-strut fully: the quantity of air is therefore the volume displaced by the oleo-strut stroke whose value features in (c) above. DR400/160D. Drain any fluid from the flexible line (and reconnect). c) Depress the strut (which expels the excess fluid) by the following amounts: Nose gear shock absorber: 110 mm (approximately 1.FAULT-FINDING See table 7.MAINTENANCE MANUAL ROBIN DR400 7. make sure the seal is airtight with a leak detector product (or soapy water).0 bar 6. DR400/180.0 bar 5.Procedure a) With no stress on the strut: deflate the shock absorber by depressing the valve.0 bar DR400/140.0 bar DR400/200R DR400/ DR400/500 NGL 6. .THE VALVE CAP MUST BE FITTED.5. DR400/180S. DR400/160.1 page 7 . . .5. b) Connect a flexible fluid line onto the valve tube and fill the shock absorber completely with the recommended hydraulic fluid.15 litres remaining) Main gear shock absorbers: 130 mm (approximately 0.Inflating DR400/120. then remove the valve core (tool).0 bar 6.Inflate with no stress on the struts (aircraft jacked up). DR400/100.3 .FILLING (APR landing gear only) 7.July 1995 . DR400/140B.precautions .3. e) Refit the valve core with the appropriate tool. DR400/120D.5 bar .5.18 Amendment July 2006 3rd edition . DR400/125 Nose landing gear Main landing gear 4. DR400/2+2. DR400/180R 5.The level of fluid in the shock absorber also determines the volume of air and is therefore decisive for optimum energy absorption.1 .

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Electrical pump .MAINTENANCE MANUAL ROBIN DR400 9.11 . 2011 th page 9 . 9. c) Disconnect the electrical leads to the anti-interference unit after noting their position and remove the screw fastening the unit to the side of the recess.21 . as a minimum.6) . Fittings with flat washers Renew the flat washers each time they are removed. 9. 9.removal a) Close the fuel valve and drain the part of the system between the valve and the mechanical fuel pump via the fuel strainer drain valve. CONNECTIONS Fitting with flared rigid pipe Whenever removed. 9.10. 9. .installation a) Position the pump in the recess under the fuselage and fix it with the two bolts. b) Reconnect the two banjo unions to the electrical fuel pump inlet and outlet.5) 9. . d) Disconnect the two banjo unions from the electric pump.1 .July 1995 Amendment 10 dtd April 19 . scratches and deformations. the complete pipe must be changed as the olive is crimped and cannot be removed. Fitting with biconcial olive (see fig. e) Remove the two bolts fastening the electric fuel pump to the recess side (captive nut on other side) and remove the pump. 3rd edition .2 .Maintenance.10 .10.The pump must be changed if it fails or there are doubts about its operation. e) Refit the fuel system inspection cover and test the engine by running the electric fuel pump and the fuel system in general.If deformed or leaking.FUEL LINES. the pipe flares are to be examined very carefully for any deformation or cracks which would affect mechanical soundness. general points .3 .These must be moderately tight (depending on design diameter). b) Remove the fuel system inspection cover.Unscrew the pump base (bayonet) after snipping the safety wire and clean the filter cartridge mesh (and decanting bowl for aircraft < 1988).Electrical pump . USE AVIONS ROBIN LISTED O-RINGS ONLY.10. REMINDER: The O-rings used are all of appropriate quality for their purpose. d) Open the selector valve to make sure there are no leaks. Fittings with O-rings Make sure the O-ring bearing surfaces are free from impurities.ELECTRICAL PRIMER PUMP (fig. It cannot be repaired under any circumstances. c) Fix the anti-interference unit to the side of the recess and reconnect the electrical wires to the unit in the positions marked when removing.

o Do not put the gasket in place. 2011 th 3rd edition . The handle 3. The gasket The handle is glued on the cap. o Mark the handle outline on the cap using a scribe.22 Amendment 10 dtd April 19 .8 The assembly is done as follows: o Install the handle on the cap by means of the screw. o Set the cap on the tank filler neck (closed position). The handle securing screw 4.030) consists of 4 parts: 1.34. page 9 .MAINTENANCE MANUAL ROBIN DR400 9. o Slightly tighten the screw so as to allow modifying the position of the handle.TANK CAP Figure 9. o Direct the handle in flight direction.7 The tank cap assembly (P/N 52. Figure 9. the bigger part of the handle towards the front of the airplane. The cap 2.12 . The cap is drilled (air vent hole).July 1995 .11.

leave the glue area free.July 1995 Amendment 10 dtd April 19 . Remove the protecting tape. Protect the cap with adhesive tape. Prepare the area to be glued.9 o Proceed to finishing (cleaning.23 . 3rd edition .5 mm located at 20 mm from the axis.MAINTENANCE MANUAL ROBIN DR400 o o o o o o o Remove the cap from the tank. Figure 9. 2011 th page 9 . Drill the air vent hole per following scheme: diameter 2. Dry clean the area to be glued. painting…) then insert the gasket. Glue the handle on the cap with Epoxy adhesive and tighten the securing screw.

FUEL SYSTEM FAULT FINDING page 9 .July 1995 . Replace indicator Renew float. Check valve and valve control. Check and fill. Pump power supply failure UNIDENTIFIED LEAK LEAK FROM VALVE Check electric circuit and repair. fitted Damaged seals Send valve to repair centre. Repair or renew. FUEL PRESSURE LOW Obstruction in circuit ahead of Check fuel system. Check sender. Check circuit and reset. Repair or renew. Check and replace if necessary. Check and replace if necessary.2 . Check gauge sender electrical circuit. Check ground connection. FUEL FAILS TO REACH Obstruction in system ENGINE Electrical or mechanical fuel pump failure Selector valve not properly open FUEL GAUGE NOT WORKING Break in gauge electrical circuit Gauge indicator out of order Float pierced and full of fuel Circuit breaker tripped Incorrect ground connection Float or float arm detached from sender unit GAUGE WRONGLY SHOWS TANK IS FULL NO FUEL PRESSURE INDICATION Sender conductor shorted to ground Valve out of order Tank empty Electrical or mechanical pump Check each pump carefully. OR JERKY pump Electrical or mechanical pump Check and renew if defective necessary. TABLE 9. Check entire circuit and repair. 2011 th 3rd edition .FAULT FINDING FAULT CAUSE REMEDY Bleed and clean fuel system. defective Defective pressure indicator Replace pressure indicator.24 Amendment 10 dtd April 19 .MAINTENANCE MANUAL ROBIN DR400 9. Fuel pipe damaged or wrongly Locate leak and repair.13 .

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Measure the value of resistance with multimètre. Repeat measurement of the resistance for each of the following indications: 180. 10.6.WESTACH OIL TEMPERATURE INDICATOR. When the difference between the measured values and the "references" values is greater than ± 10 %. Check with multimetre that power supply voltage is between 10 and 15 VDC. then log in the table of results. They are supplied on the placard stuck on the indicator. S S S S 3rd edition . the indicator is considered as out of order. 200.6.2 . 220 and 240 °F. 2008 th page 10 .July 1995 Amendment 7 dtd May 17 .General The indicator verification periodicity is defined in the maintenance programme.1 . 10.7 . The "reference" values are the values of resistance made by Apex Industries before the installation of the indicator on the plane. The variable resistor must be adjustable from 0 to 2000 ohms at least (example: Radiospare multitour potentiometre P/N. a follow-up of the evolution of their response curve is to be made at intervals. To make sure of the good aging of these last ones. ROBIN DR400 In 2008.MAINTENANCE MANUAL 10. The power supply may be replaced with a battery. Log in the table of results.6 .Mesurement Indicateur temperature huile Oil temperature indicator WESTACH 2C9-2 WESTACH 2A9-2 4 2 5 Résistance multitour Multitour potentiometer 2000 ohms + 10 V < U < 15 V ALIMENTATION ou BATTERIE POWER SUPPLY or BATTERIE Installation diagram S S Remove indicator from airplane (pay attention to the spacer located under RH lower screw). Connect the equipments. Magneti Marelli oil temperature indicators have been replaced by Westach oil temperature indicators 2C9-2 or 2A9-2 (DET 040301). 5222996). Adjust the variable resistor in order to have 140°F displayed on the indicator. Disconnect the resistor. The follow-up consists in measuring the resistance which induces a definite movement of the needle on the indicator then comparing it with the "reference" initial value.

MAINTENANCE MANUAL ROBIN DR400 Table “of results” (example) Temp.10% ≤ Meter reading ≤ Reference + 10% When the values are not within the range temperature indicator.. “reference ± 10%”.July 1995 . Resistance measured (ohms) displayed (°F) “reference” “reference” “reference” Meter Meter meter + 10% . 2008 th 3rd edition . replace the oil page 10 .8 Amendment 7 dtd May 17 .10% reading reading reading 2 3 140 180 200 220 240 Date and flight hours S S Meter reading 4 Meter reading . Check resistance values at each check interval are within the range: Reference ..

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page 12 .WIRING 12.18.). refer to the wiring diagrams provided with the aircraft documentation. .Diagram # 62.15 is applicable for DR400/200R manufactured since October 2006 (refer to section 16). 2266...21 is applicable for DR400/120. See the wiring diagram.29ind.28ind.GENERAL POINTS .Reminders .6. . 2284. As the aircraft is made of wood. . NOTE: Aircraft with S/N earlier than those above but built after 1988 may be repaired with these diagrams except for the wiring of the fuel pressure measurement system. 2286. 12.2 . 12. the ground is routed either by dedicated cables or by shielded cables. Refer to diagram for serial numbers concerned. 2289 and later models.16 shows the optional electrical rudder trim circuit and is also applicable for the DR400/200R..20 is applicable for DR400/160 & 180 S/N 2259. . are applicable for DR400/160 and DR400/180 manufactured since October 2006. A battery is included in the circuit to power the starter and store energy in case of alternator failure. 2610 inclusive and later).1 The onboard electrical system is powered by the alternator with a direct current supply. IMPORTANT: It is worth reiterating that the electrical cables must be fixed properly to the structural components so that no strands can flap loose (vibrations cause wear) or interfere with moving components (throttle. 2290 to 2292 inclusive and later models. 2285.18.14 Amendment 8 dtd July 01 .18.18.Diagram # 62.18.6. 2008 st 3rd edition . . rated for the specific circuits. 2283. The system can be cut either by the manual battery cut-out or by a battery relay operated by a switch on the instrument panel. .July 1995 . The battery and alternator power the bus bar which supplies all the electrical equipment.7 .Diagram # 62. are applicable for DR400/120. 140B & 180R S/N 2257.WIRING DIAGRAMS Refer to the wiring diagrams appended to this section. .Diagram # 62. 2277.MAINTENANCE MANUAL ROBIN DR400 12.Cable cross-sections (gauges) are specific to each circuit and obviously cannot be changed. except for the starter which draws energy directly from the battery via the starter relay. Refer to each diagram for serial numbers concerned.. etc. For earlier modes. 2288.Diagrams # 62.All the circuits are protected by fuses or circuit breakers or by circuit breakerrocker switches.18. DR400/140B & DR400/180R manufactured since October 2006 (sn 2608. 2279 to 2282 inclusive. .6 .Diagrams # 62.The electrical cables are usually numbered (except very short cables where there is no chance of confusion). 2270 to 2275 inclusive.

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July 1995 .22 Amendment 3 dtd December 14 . 2006 th 3rd edition .MAINTENANCE MANUAL ROBIN DR400 ITEM LIST FOR DRAWING 62-18-28-ind3 AND 62-18-29-IND3 Ite m 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 French designation DEMARREUR ALTERNATEUR BATTERIE RELAIS BATTERIE RELAIS DEMARREUR SONDE TEMPERATURE D'HUILE TRANSMETTEUR PRESSION D'HUILE TRANSMETTEUR PRESSION D'ESSENCE MANOCONTACT PRESSION D'ESSENCE FILTRE MAGNETOS MAGNETOS CONNECTEUR CLOISON 3 BROCHES CONNECTEUR CLOISON 12 BROCHES CONNECTEUR CLOISON 4 BROCHES CONNECTEUR CLOISON 1 BROCHES CONNECTEUR CLOISON 2 BROCHES CONNECTEUR CLOISON 3 BROCHES CONNECTEUR CLOISON 4 BROCHES CONNECTEUR CLOISON 6 BROCHES CONNECTEUR CLOISON 8 BROCHES CONNECTEUR CLOISON 12 BROCHES FEUX NAVIGATION ARRIERE ECLAIRAGE CABINE CENTRALE ANTI-COLLISION LAMPE ANTI-COLLISION PHARES REGULATEUR DE TENSION BOUTON DEMARREUR DETECTEUR DE DECROCHAGE FEU NAV DROIT FEU NAV GAUCHE BREAKERS FUSIBLES INTERRUPTEURS DISJONCTEURS SELECTEUR MAGNETOS LAMPE ECLAIRAGE VISIERE CENTRALE ECLAIRAGE INTERRUPTEUR RADIO POMPE ESSENCE JAUGEUR ESSENCE AVERTISSEUR SONORE DECROCHAGE CONTACTEUR FIN DE COURSE VOLETS BORNIER English designation STARTER ALTERNATOR BATTERY BATTERY RELAY STARTER RELAY OIL TEMPERATURE PROBE OIL PRESSURE SENDER FUEL PRESSURE SENDER FUEL PRESSURE SWITCH MAGNETO FILTER MAGNETOS BULKHEAD CONNECTOR 3 PINS BULKHEAD CONNECTOR 12 PINS BULKHEAD CONNECTOR 4 PINS BULKHEAD CONNECTOR 1 PINS BULKHEAD CONNECTOR 2 PINS BULKHEAD CONNECTOR 3 PINS BULKHEAD CONNECTOR 4 PINS BULKHEAD CONNECTOR 6 PINS BULKHEAD CONNECTOR 8 PINS BULKHEAD CONNECTOR 12 PINS TAIL NAVIGATION LIGHT CABIN LIGHTS ANTI-COLLISION POWER SUPPLY STROBE LIGHT LANDING AND TAXI LIGHTS VOLTAGE REGULATOR STARTER PUSH-BUTTON STALL WARNING SWITCH RIGHT NAVIGATION LIGHT LEFT NAVIGATION LIGHT CIRCUIT-BREAKERS FUSES CIRCUIT-BREAKERS MAGNETO SELECTOR SWITCH ANTIGLARE LIGHTS LIGHTING ASSEMBLY RADIO SWITCH FUEL PUMP FUEL GAUGE STALL WARNING BUZZER FLAP EXTENDED SWITCH CONNECTING STRIP page 12 .

5A BREAKER 40A BREAKER 60A FUSIBLE 1A FUSIBLE 3A INTERRUPTEUR DISJONCTEUR 4A NOIR INTERRUPTEUR DISJONCTEUR 6A ROUGE INTERRUPTEUR DISJONCTEUR 8A BLANC INTERRUPTEUR DISJONCTEUR 8A NOIR INTERRUPTEUR DISJONCTEUR 10A NOIR SELECTEUR MAGNETOS LAMPE ECLAIRAGE VISIERE CENTRAALE ECLAIRAGE INTERRUPTEUR RADIO POMPE ESSENCE JAUGEUR ESSENCE AVERTISSEUR SONORE DECROCHAGE CONTACTEUR FIN DE COURSE VOLETS BORNIER PRISE RADIO 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 55 G22 7 1 2 3 4 P ESSENCE 6 5 MASSE N°1 22G18 16 G22 18 G22 19 G22 5 G22 32 G22 38 G22 63 G22 64 G22 65 G22 30 G22 MASSE N°3 14 G12 43 G16 44 G16 41 G16 42 G16 42 G16 42 G16 40 G16 64 G22 14 G12 14 G12 14 G12 14 G12 35 G22 33 G22 31 G22 69 G22 51 G22 24 G22 68 G22 2 G22 3 G22 12 G8 7 G22 6 G22 23 G22 24 G22 10 G8 4 SONDE de DECROCHAGE OPTION CROCHET 16 1 2 Pr.5A + 55 - + 47 - + 46 - 49 BARRETTE DE VOYANTS 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1 2 11 PRISE Ca 6A 8A 6A 28 2 G22 3 G22 15 21 21 60A BAT 21 G12 1 2 Pr. NAV. Aucune Système ATA : APEX AIRCRAFT 1 route de Troyes 21121 DAROIS Référence : Echelle : Sans Format : Masse : A1 Tolérences non spécifiées : Aucune Pièces symétrique : Aucune Désignation : 62-18-28-IND3 Page 1/1 DR400/120/140B/180R SCHEMA ELECTRIQUE GENERAL B A 1 Ce plan est la propriété d’APEX AIRCRAFT et ne peut être communiqué ou reproduit sans autorisation I H G F E D C . Ecl 54 G22 67 G18 14 G12 54 G22 14 G12 4 G18 0 G22 16 28 G22 29 G22 30 G22 69 G22 2 1 Pr. . PANNE (VERT) SORTIE EXCIT. . . . 1 PITOT C.July 1995 Amendment 3 dtd December 14th. . . . . 42 G18 43 G16 44 G16 40 G16 6 G D 11 F1 BATT. . OPTION BOITIER ANTICOL A B C A B C 26 1 2 31 Voilure gauche 1 P O N M L K J - + FEUX DE QUEUE FEUX NAV DROIT BLEU 53 SONDE TEMP. . . 2006 page 12-23 FLASH 25 CE PLAN VALABLE A PARTIR DE L'AVION N°2608 Rev 2 51 NOIR ROUGE ROUGE 3 16 Description de l’évolution CIRCUIT ECLAIRAGE CABINE 05/10/2006 Date Dessinateur GDO Vérificateur PMO DET 060602R1 Dossier 24 17 17 Documents associés : .Aucune . .Spécification soudure . .Spécifications de marquage .ise H 17 MASSE N°2 PRESSION D'HUILE CHARGEPRESSION ESSENCE 1A 1A 3A 1 2 3 1 2 1 2 Pr. EXT. VIRAGE 7 ABC FUSIBLES ECLAIRAGE A B C Pr. S 21 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Prise F ELT (OPTION) 19 1 2 3 4 5 6 Prise E G18 G18 CROCHET (OPTION) Prise D 18 1 2 3 4 30 29 PLAN 61-40-01 REGULATEUR DE TENSION MASSE N°3 MASSE N°2 3 10 8 7 9 DETECTEUR DE PANNE 50 CPF 12 1 2 3 Pr. NOIR BLANC TRESSE BLEU F.Aucune . BLEU Ciel NOIR BLANC ROUGE 3rd Edition .Spécification matière . . JAUGEUR PRINCIPAL 22 42 switch VOLETS Prises radio 40 DESIGNATION DEMARREUR ALTERNATEUR BATTERIE RELAI BATTERIE RELAI DEMARREUR SONDE TEMPERATURE D'HUILE TRANSMETTEUR PRESSION D'HUILE TRANSMETTEUR PRESSION D'ESSENCE MANOCONTACT PRESSION D'ESSENCE FILTRE MAGNETOS MAGNETOS CONNECTEUR CLOISON 3 BROCHES CONNECTEUR CLOISON 12 BROCHES CONNECTEUR CLOISON 4 BROCHES Amphenol Aerospace 3102A-22 CONNECTEUR CLOISON 1 BROCHES CONNECTEUR CLOISON 2 BROCHES CONNECTEUR CLOISON 3 BROCHES CONNECTEUR CLOISON 4 BROCHES CONNECTEUR CLOISON 6 BROCHES CONNECTEUR CLOISON 8 BROCHES CONNECTEUR CLOISON 12 BROCHES FEUX NAV ARRIERE ECLAIRAGE CABINE CENTRALE ANTI-COLLISION LAMPE ANTI-COLLISION PHARES REGULATEUR DE TENSION BOUTON DEMARREUR DETECTEUR DE DECROCHAGE FEU NAV DROIT (BLEU) FEU NAV GAUCHE (ROUGE) BREAKER 2. 8A PITOT 8A BOUTON DE DEMARREUR BALISE DE DETRESSE (option) 38 34 JAUGE ESS P Avertisseur de décrochage VOLMETRE OPTION 41 40A AVIONIQUE 40A BUS 7. . . S RESERVOIR SUPPLEM.ise M 27 POMPE 39 ESS. OPTION 3 20 b c a 52 17 23 Eclairage H. .5A 2. .5A BREAKER 7.5A 2. . .P. DM 28 G22 10 G20 17 G18 16 52 G22 68 G22 Prise Q 11 12 5 6 1 2 3 4 7 8 9 10 MASSE N°1 1 2 Pr. . . V OPTION COMPTEUR D'HEURE PLAN : 62-18-23 16 N° FIL GAUGE 43 REP 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 Prise T MASSE N°2 33 54 G22 68 G22 13 G12 DEMARREUR INDICATEUR VOYANTS SERVITUDES P HUILE VOLETS ANTICOL 4A PHARE 10A PHARE 10A F.5A 2. . . 3 RELAIS BATTERIE 4 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Prise R ALT 2 FEUX NAV ROUGE GAUCHE + G2 2 F2 PHARES MASSE MOTEUR 5 RELAIS DEM.1001653-A . (BLEU) +REGULATEUR (ROUGE) Prise A 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 15 G22 16 G22 17 G18 18 G22 20 G22 22 G18 1 G18 5 G22 6 G22 7 G22 14 Prise G 1 2 3 4 12 G8 10 G8 11 G8 MASSE N°2 35 MASSE N°3 52 G22 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 19 1 2 3 4 5 6 Prise B MASSE (NOIR) 1 2 16 Pr.Spécification traitement de surface . . L 20 G22 15 G22 29 G22 MASSE N°2 5 16 60A CHARGE 32 PITOT - OPTION + + + ESSENCE 6 - T° HUILE 14 G12 - DEMARREUR 52 G22 ALIMENTATION 44 48 45 PRESSION ESSENCE 16 33 MASSE N°1 10 G20 102 G20 102 G20 42 G18 23 G22 33 G22 35 G22 38 G22 31 G22 32 G22 41 G20 63 G22 42 G18 51 G22 67 G18 65 G22 2 G22 1 G18 4 G18 3 G22 MASSE N°1 MASSE N°1 option hélice bois 4 13 L GRD R VOYANT CHARGE (BLANC) +DETEC. . .P O N M L K J I H G F E D C B A 8 21 36 MASSE N°1 71 G20 8 MASSE N°2 MASSE N°3 FUSIBLES RADIO 73 G18 74 G18 75 G18 76 G18 77 G18 78 G18 79 G18 54 G22 MASSE N°1 MASSE BANDEAU SUPERIEUR 72 G18 CENTRALE ECLAIRAGE 51 G22 82 G22 81 G22 54 G22 0 G20 37 PRISE G BROCHE 3 71 G18 11 G8 72 G20 73 G20 74 G20 75 G20 76 G20 77 G20 78 G20 79 G20 80 G20 81 G20 82 G20 14 G12 13 G12 80 G22 19 M F QABED PRISE BROCHES 8 11 5 6 4 SKHTP PRISE BROCHES 2 5 3 4 2 R Fa Cb PRISE BROCHES 6 6 2 REPERAGE FIL 51 G22 82 G22 81 G22 54 G22 80 G22 6 0 G20 5 PRISE X 4 3 2 1 OPTION OPTION IND. I 20 G22 20 G22 18 Pr. . . . DEM.

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MASSE N°3 MASSE N°2 REGULATEUR DE TENSION DETECTEUR DE PANNE 3 42 G18 43 G16 44 G16 40 G16 RELAIS BATTERIE BATT. . .ise H 17 MASSE N°2 PRESSION D'HUILE CHARGEPRESSION ESSENCE Prise T 54 G22 68 G22 52 G22 14 G12 DEMARREUR INDICATEUR VOYANTS SERVITUDES ESSENCE ANTICOL 4A PHARE 10A PHARE 10A F. . S 21 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Prise F ELT (OPTION) 1 2 3 4 5 6 Prise E G18 G18 Prise D 18 1 2 3 4 CROCHET (OPTION) 30 29 12 CPF 50 1 2 3 PLAN 61-18-27 Pr.Spécification matière . VIRAGE 7 ABC FUSIBLES ECLAIRAGE 1 2 1 2 A B C 19 G22 1 2 3 4 29 G22 18 MASSE N°2 Pr. . .Spécification traitement de surface . (BLEU) 1 2 3 4 5 6 Prise B VOYANT CHARGE (BLANC) +REGULATEUR (ROUGE) +DETEC. EXT.5A 2. OPTION BOITIER ANTICOL A B C A B C 26 1 2 31 Voilure gauche 1 P O N M L K J - + FEUX DE QUEUE FEUX NAV DROIT BLEU 53 SONDE TEMP. . 2 51 NOIR ROUGE FLASH 25 CE PLAN VALABLE : AVION > N°2615 4 Rev REGULATEUR DE TENSION Description de l’évolution 25/07/2007 Date GDO Dessinateur PMO Vérificateur DET 070306 Dossier 16 24 17 17 Documents associés : . . PANNE (VERT) MASSE (NOIR) 19 1 2 16 Pr. 8A PITOT 8A - BOUTON DE DEMARREUR BALISE DE DETRESSE (option) 38 34 JAUGE ESS P 40A AVIONIQUE VOLMETRE OPTION 41 Avertisseur de décrochage 40A BUS 7. .P O N M L K J I H G F E D C B A 8 21 36 MASSE N°1 MASSE N°2 MASSE N°3 8 71 G18 MASSE BANDEAU SUPERIEUR 72 G18 73 G18 74 G18 75 G18 76 G18 77 G18 78 G18 79 G18 54 G22 MASSE N°1 71 G20 CENTRALE ECLAIRAGE 51 G22 82 G22 81 G22 54 G22 0 G20 37 FUSIBLES RADIO PRISE G BROCHE 3 11 G8 72 G20 73 G20 80 G22 QABED PRISE BROCHES 8 11 5 6 4 SKHTP PRISE BROCHES 2 5 3 4 2 R Fa Cb PRISE BROCHES 6 6 2 19 M F 74 G20 75 G20 76 G20 77 G20 78 G20 79 G20 80 G20 81 G20 6 0 G20 5 54 G22 PRISE X 4 3 2 51 G22 82 G22 81 G22 1 80 G22 REPERAGE FIL OPTION OPTION IND. Aucune APEX AIRCRAFT 1 route de Troyes 21121 DAROIS Système ATA : Echelle : Sans Format : Masse : A1 Tolérences non spécifiées : Aucune Pièces symétrique : Aucune Référence : Désignation : 1 62-18-28-IND4 Page 1/1 DR400/120/140B/180R SCHEMA ELECTRIQUE GENERAL B A Ce plan est la propriété d’APEX AIRCRAFT et ne peut être communiqué ou reproduit sans autorisation I H G F E D C . DM 28 G22 10 G20 17 G18 16 52 G22 68 G22 14 G12 Prise Q 11 12 5 6 1 2 3 4 7 8 9 10 MASSE N°1 16 60A CHARGE 32 16 28 G22 29 G22 30 G22 69 G22 OPTION + + + VOLETS 6 - - ALIMENTATION 44 13 G12 48 45 PRESSION ESSENCE 82 G20 14 G12 13 G12 1A 1A 3A A B C Pr. 5 RELAIS DEM. . . OPTION 20 b c a 17 52 Issue 3 .July 1995 Amendment 8 dtd July 01.5A BREAKER 40A BREAKER 60A FUSIBLE 1A FUSIBLE 3A INTERRUPTEUR DISJONCTEUR 4A NOIR INTERRUPTEUR DISJONCTEUR 6A ROUGE INTERRUPTEUR DISJONCTEUR 8A BLANC INTERRUPTEUR DISJONCTEUR 8A NOIR INTERRUPTEUR DISJONCTEUR 10A NOIR SELECTEUR MAGNETOS LAMPE ECLAIRAGE VISIERE CENTRAALE ECLAIRAGE INTERRUPTEUR RADIO POMPE ESSENCE JAUGEUR ESSENCE AVERTISSEUR SONORE DECROCHAGE CONTACTEUR FIN DE COURSE VOLETS BORNIER PRISE RADIO 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 55 G22 7 DEMARREUR P ESSENCE T° HUILE P HUILE 6 PITOT 5 MASSE N°1 22G18 16 G22 18 G22 19 G22 5 G22 32 G22 38 G22 63 G22 64 G22 65 G22 30 G22 MASSE N°3 43 G16 44 G16 41 G16 42 G16 42 G16 42 G16 40 G16 64 G22 14 G12 14 G12 14 G12 14 G12 35 G22 33 G22 31 G22 69 G22 51 G22 24 G22 68 G22 2 G22 3 G22 12 G8 7 G22 6 G22 23 G22 24 G22 10 G8 4 42 switch VOLETS Prises radio SONDE de DECROCHAGE 3 OPTION CROCHET 16 1 2 Pr. . .5A 2. NAV.Aucune . . 2008 Page 12-23a NOIR BLANC ROUGE TRESSE BLEU F.ise M 8 7 10 6 9 27 POMPE 39 ESS. . I Pr. .1001653-A .Spécification soudure . BLEU Ciel NOIR BLANC ROUGE 23 Eclairage H. 22 40 JAUGEUR PRINCIPAL 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 DESIGNATION DEMARREUR ALTERNATEUR BATTERIE RELAI BATTERIE RELAI DEMARREUR SONDE TEMPERATURE D'HUILE TRANSMETTEUR PRESSION D'HUILE TRANSMETTEUR PRESSION D'ESSENCE MANOCONTACT PRESSION D'ESSENCE FILTRE MAGNETOS MAGNETOS CONNECTEUR CLOISON 3 BROCHES CONNECTEUR CLOISON 12 BROCHES CONNECTEUR CLOISON 4 BROCHES Amphenol Aerospace 3102A-22 CONNECTEUR CLOISON 1 BROCHES CONNECTEUR CLOISON 2 BROCHES CONNECTEUR CLOISON 3 BROCHES CONNECTEUR CLOISON 4 BROCHES CONNECTEUR CLOISON 6 BROCHES CONNECTEUR CLOISON 8 BROCHES CONNECTEUR CLOISON 12 BROCHES FEUX NAV ARRIERE ECLAIRAGE CABINE CENTRALE ANTI-COLLISION LAMPE ANTI-COLLISION PHARES REGULATEUR DE TENSION BOUTON DEMARREUR DETECTEUR DE DECROCHAGE FEU NAV DROIT (BLEU) FEU NAV GAUCHE (ROUGE) BREAKER 2. . . . 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JAUGEUR PRINCIPAL 22 40 DESIGNATION DEMARREUR ALTERNATEUR BATTERIE RELAI BATTERIE RELAI DEMARREUR SONDE TEMPERATURE D'HUILE TRANSMETTEUR PRESSION D'HUILE TRANSMETTEUR PRESSION D'ESSENCE MANOCONTACT PRESSION D'ESSENCE FILTRE MAGNETOS MAGNETOS CONNECTEUR CLOISON 3 BROCHES CONNECTEUR CLOISON 12 BROCHES CONNECTEUR CLOISON 4 BROCHES Amphenol Aerospace 3102A-22 CONNECTEUR CLOISON 1 BROCHES CONNECTEUR CLOISON 2 BROCHES CONNECTEUR CLOISON 3 BROCHES CONNECTEUR CLOISON 4 BROCHES CONNECTEUR CLOISON 6 BROCHES CONNECTEUR CLOISON 8 BROCHES CONNECTEUR CLOISON 12 BROCHES FEUX NAV ARRIERE ECLAIRAGE CABINE CENTRALE ANTI-COLLISION LAMPE ANTI-COLLISION PHARES REGUALTEUR DE TENSION BOUTON DEMARREUR DETECTEUR DE DECROCHAGE FEU NAV DROIT (BLEU) FEU NAV GAUCHE (ROUGE) BREAKER 2. DEM. . Ecl 67 G18 14 G12 14 G12 54 G22 54 G22 4 G18 0 G22 MASSE N°1 22G18 28 G22 29 G22 30 G22 43 G16 44 G16 41 G16 42 G16 42 G16 42 G16 40 G16 64 G22 14 G12 14 G12 14 G12 14 G12 69 G22 20 G22 15 G22 33 G22 29 G22 36 G22 35 G22 34 G22 31 G22 69 G22 51 G22 24 G22 14G12 16 G22 18 G22 19 G22 5 G22 32 G22 38 G22 63 G22 64 G22 65 G22 MASSE N°1 10 G20 102 G20 102 G20 42 G18 23 G22 24 G22 33 G22 35 G22 38 G22 31 G22 32 G22 41 G20 63 G22 42 G18 51 G22 67 G18 65 G22 1 G18 4 G18 23 G22 2 G22 3 G22 52 G22 30 G22 MASSE N°2 MASSE N°3 3 4 5 19 1 2 Prise Y 6 16 2 1 Pr.P O N M L K J I H G F E D C B A 8 21 36 MASSE N°1 MASSE N°2 MASSE N°3 8 55 G22 PRISE RADIO 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 PRISE G BROCHE 3 71 G18 19 FUSIBLES RADIO 11 G8 MASSE BANDEAU SUPERIEUR 73 G18 74 G18 75 G18 76 G18 77 G18 78 G18 79 G18 54 G22 MASSE N°1 CENTRALE ECLAIRAGE 51 G22 82 G22 81 G22 54 G22 0 G20 37 6 5 4 3 2 1 PRISE WA 72 G18 71 G20 72 G20 73 G20 74 G20 75 G20 76 G20 77 G20 78 G20 79 G20 80 G20 81 G20 82 G20 14 G12 13 G12 80 G22 19 M F QABED PRISE BROCHES 8 11 5 6 4 SKHTP PRISE BROCHES 2 5 3 4 2 R Fa Cb PRISE BROCHES 6 6 2 REPERAGE FIL 51 G22 82 G22 81 G22 54 G22 80 G22 6 0 G20 5 PRISE X 4 3 2 1 OPTION OPTION IND. I 18 54 G22 68 G22 52 G22 14 G12 Pr. PANNE (VERT) SORTIE EXCIT. 8A PITOT 8A BOUTON DE DEMARREUR BALISE DE DETRESSE (option) 38 34 JAUGE ESS G JAUGE ESS D JAUGE ESS P 60A BAT 40A AVIONIQUE 40A BUS 7. . . . EXT. . 3 RELAIS BATTERIE 4 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Prise R JAUGEUR DROIT MASSE N°3 ALT 2 FEUX NAV ROUGE GAUCHE + G2 2 F2 PHARES MASSE MOTEUR 5 RELAIS DEM.5A 2.Spécifications de marquage . VIRAGE 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Prise WB 7 ABC FUSIBLES ECLAIRAGE A B C 20 G22 20 G22 1 2 3 4 Prise T MASSE N°2 33 MASSE N°2 Pr.1001653-A .P. . . 1 PITOT C. . DM 28 G22 10 G20 17 G18 16 52 G22 68 G22 14 G12 Prise Q 11 12 5 6 1 2 3 4 7 8 9 10 MASSE N°1 1 2 Pr. . . 42 G18 43 G16 44 G16 40 G16 6 G D 11 F1 BATT. .5A BREAKER 7.Spécification matière . . S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 21 Prise F CROCHET (OPTION) ELT (OPTION) 19 1 2 3 4 5 6 Prise E MASSE N°1 35 MASSE N°3 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 G18 G18 Prise D 18 1 2 3 4 30 29 PLAN 61-40-01 REGULATEUR DE TENSION MASSE N°3 MASSE N°2 36 G22 45 G22 34 G22 37 G22 3 10 8 7 9 DETECTEUR DE PANNE 50 CPF 12 1 2 3 Pr. Aucune Système ATA : APEX AIRCRAFT 1 route de Troyes 21121 DAROIS Référence : Echelle : Sans Format : Masse : A1 Tolérance non spécifiées : Aucune Pièces symétrique : Aucune Désignation : 62-18-29-IND4 Page 1/1 DR400/160/180 SCHEMA ELECTRIQUE GENERAL B A 1 Ce plan est la propriété d’APEX AIRCRAFT et ne peut être communiqué ou reproduit sans autorisation I H G F E D C . . .Spécification soudure .Aucune . BLEU Ciel NOIR BLANC ROUGE ROUGE FLASH 25 CE PLAN VALABLE A PARTIR DE L'AVION N°2610 Rev 4 16 Description de l’évolution CORRECTION CIRCUIT JAUGEUR DROIT 09/02/2007 Date Dessinateur GDO PMO Vérificateur DET 070203 Dossier 24 17 17 Documents associés : .Aucune . T° HUILE 6 5 2 G22 3 G22 12 G8 10 G8 4 42 switch VOLETS Prises radio 16 1 2 Pr. . S RESERVOIR SUPPLEM.July 1995 Amendment 5 dtd June 01st. OPTION 23 Eclairage H. .Spécification traitement de surface . . BOITIER ANTICOL JAUGEUR GAUCHE MASSE N°1 A B C A B C 26 1 2 31 Voilure gauche 1 P O N M L K J - + FEUX DE QUEUE Avertisseur de décrochage 41 53 SONDE TEMP. .ise M 27 POMPE 39 ESS. . . . 2007 Page 12-24 2 51 NOIR ROUGE NOIR BLANC TRESSE BLEU F.5A + 55 - + 47 - + 56 49 21 1 2 3 4 5 6 Prise K 60 G22 38 G22 45 G22 37 G22 - BARRETTE DE VOYANTS 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1 2 11 PRISE Ca 6A 8A 6A 28 2 G22 3 G22 15 21 21 G12 1 2 Pr. OPTION 3 20 b c a 52 17 57 58 3rd Edition .ise H 17 PRESSION D'HUILE CHARGEPRESSION ESSENCE 1A 1A 3A 1 2 3 1 2 1 2 Pr. .5A 2. . V OPTION COMPTEUR D'HEURE PLAN : 62-18-23 16 N° FIL GAUGE 43 REP 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 20 54 13 G12 DEMARREUR INDICATEUR VOYANTS SERVITUDES P HUILE VOLETS ANTICOL 4A PHARE 10A PHARE 10A F.5A BREAKER 40A BREAKER 60A FUSIBLE 1A FUSIBLE 3A INTERRUPTEUR DISJONCTEUR 4A NOIR INTERRUPTEUR DISJONCTEUR 6A ROUGE INTERRUPTEUR DISJONCTEUR 8A BLANC INTERRUPTEUR DISJONCTEUR 8A NOIR INTERRUPTEUR DISJONCTEUR 10A NOIR SELECTEUR MAGNETOS LAMPE ECLAIRAGE VISIERE CENTRALE ECLAIRAGE INTERRUPTEUR RADIO POMPE ESSENCE JAUGEUR ESSENCE AVERTISSEUR SONORE DECROCHAGE CONTACTEUR FIN DE COURSE VOLETS BORNIER 7 DEMARREUR P ESSENCE VOLMETRE ESS SUPL. . . . NAV. (BLEU) +REGULATEUR (ROUGE) Prise A 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 15 G22 16 G22 17 G18 18 G22 20 G22 22 G18 1 G18 5 G22 6 G22 7 G22 14 Prise G 1 2 3 4 12 G8 10 G8 11 G8 MASSE N°2 19 1 2 3 4 5 6 Prise B MASSE (NOIR) 1 2 16 Pr. .

NOIR BLANC Issue 3 . CPF 50 12 1 2 3 PLAN 61-18-27 Pr.P O N M L K J I H G F E D C B A 8 21 36 MASSE N°1 MASSE N°2 MASSE N°3 PRISE RADIO 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 71 G18 MASSE BANDEAU SUPERIEUR 51 G22 0 G20 75 G18 76 G18 77 G18 78 G18 79 G18 54 G22 MASSE N°1 82 G22 81 G22 54 G22 80 G22 74 G18 CENTRALE ECLAIRAGE 37 FUSIBLES RADIO 73 G18 6 5 4 3 2 1 PRISE WA 72 G18 71 G20 72 G20 73 G20 74 G20 75 G20 76 G20 77 G20 78 G20 79 G20 80 G20 81 G20 82 G20 14 G12 13 G12 PRISE G BROCHE 3 19 11 G8 QABED PRISE BROCHES 8 11 5 6 4 SKHTP PRISE BROCHES 2 5 3 4 2 R Fa Cb PRISE BROCHES 6 6 2 REPERAGE FIL 19 M F 6 0 G20 PRISE X 5 4 3 2 51 G22 82 G22 81 G22 54 G22 1 80 G22 OPTION OPTION IND. . . 1 PITOT C. PANNE (VERT) MASSE (NOIR) 1 2 16 Pr. EXT. BLEU Ciel NOIR BLANC ROUGE ROUGE FLASH 25 CE PLAN VALABLE : AVION > N°2615 5 Rev REGULATEUR DE TENSION Description de l’évolution 25/07/2007 Date GDO Dessinateur PMO Vérificateur DET 070306 Dossier 16 24 17 17 Documents associés : . (OPTION) INDICATEUR ESSENCE GAUCHE (OPTION) INDICATEUR ESSENCE DROIT (OPTION) JAUGE RESERVOIR GAUCHE JAUGE RESERVOIR DROIT PLATINE SWITCHES SELECTION ESSENCE 8 55 G22 7 DEMARREUR P ESSENCE VOLMETRE ESS SUPL. . OPTION 57 58 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 DESIGNATION DEMARREUR ALTERNATEUR BATTERIE RELAI BATTERIE RELAI DEMARREUR SONDE TEMPERATURE D'HUILE TRANSMETTEUR PRESSION D'HUILE TRANSMETTEUR PRESSION D'ESSENCE MANOCONTACT PRESSION D'ESSENCE FILTRE MAGNETOS MAGNETOS CONNECTEUR CLOISON 3 BROCHES CONNECTEUR CLOISON 12 BROCHES CONNECTEUR CLOISON 4 BROCHES Amphenol Aerospace 3102A-22 CONNECTEUR CLOISON 1 BROCHES CONNECTEUR CLOISON 2 BROCHES CONNECTEUR CLOISON 3 BROCHES CONNECTEUR CLOISON 4 BROCHES CONNECTEUR CLOISON 6 BROCHES CONNECTEUR CLOISON 8 BROCHES CONNECTEUR CLOISON 12 BROCHES FEUX NAV ARRIERE ECLAIRAGE CABINE CENTRALE ANTI-COLLISION LAMPE ANTI-COLLISION PHARES REGULATEUR DE TENSION BOUTON DEMARREUR DETECTEUR DE DECROCHAGE FEU NAV DROIT (BLEU) FEU NAV GAUCHE (ROUGE) BREAKER 2.Spécifications de marquage . .5A BREAKER 40A BREAKER 60A FUSIBLE 1A FUSIBLE 3A INTERRUPTEUR DISJONCTEUR 4A NOIR INTERRUPTEUR DISJONCTEUR 6A ROUGE INTERRUPTEUR DISJONCTEUR 8A BLANC INTERRUPTEUR DISJONCTEUR 8A NOIR INTERRUPTEUR DISJONCTEUR 10A NOIR SELECTEUR MAGNETOS LAMPE ECLAIRAGE VISIERE CENTRALE ECLAIRAGE INTERRUPTEUR RADIO POMPE ESSENCE JAUGEUR ESSENCE AVERTISSEUR SONORE DECROCHAGE CONTACTEUR FIN DE COURSE VOLETS BORNIER INDICATEUR PRESSION ESSENCE INDICATEUR PRESSION HUILE VOLTMETRE INDICATEUR NIVEAU ESSENCE INDICATEUR TEMPERATURE HUILE VOYANT D'ALERTE RELAI MAGNETO (option helice bois) PITOT CHAUFFANT (OPTION) JAUGE RESERVOIR SUPPL. . DEM. .ise H 17 PRESSION D'HUILE CHARGEPRESSION ESSENCE 1A 1A 3A OPTION COMPTEUR D'HEURE PLAN : 62-18-23 16 N° FIL GAUGE 43 REP 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 A B C 59 21 G12 1 2 Pr. . . . .5A 2. S RESERVOIR 20 b c a 17 52 SUPPLEM. DM 28 G22 10 G20 17 G18 16 52 G22 68 G22 14 G12 Prise Q 11 12 5 6 1 2 3 4 7 8 9 10 MASSE N°1 MASSE N°2 5 16 60A CHARGE 32 1 2 Pr. . .5A BREAKER 7. . 8A PITOT 8A BOUTON DE DEMARREUR BALISE DE DETRESSE (option) 38 34 JAUGE ESS G JAUGE ESS D JAUGE ESS P 60A BAT 40A AVIONIQUE 40A BUS 7. OPTION BOITIER ANTICOL A B C A B C 26 1 2 31 Voilure gauche 1 P O N M L K J - + 22 29 40 JAUGEUR PRINCIPAL 42 switch VOLETS Prises radio 16 1 2 Pr.Spécification soudure . Ecl 67 G18 14 G12 14 G12 54 G22 54 G22 4 G18 0 G22 MASSE N°1 22G18 MASSE N°3 3 4 5 19 1 2 Prise Y 6 28 G22 29 G22 30 G22 69 G22 14G12 16 2 1 Pr. V A B C 19 G22 1 2 3 4 29 G22 18 MASSE N°2 Prise T 33 MASSE N°2 54 G22 68 G22 52 G22 14 G12 20 54 13 G12 DEMARREUR INDICATEUR VOYANTS SERVITUDES P HUILE VOLETS ANTICOL 4A PHARE 10A PHARE 10A F.5A 2. T° HUILE 6 5 43 G16 44 G16 41 G16 42 G16 42 G16 42 G16 40 G16 64 G22 51 G22 14 G12 14 G12 14 G12 14 G12 MASSE N°1 10 G20 102 G20 102 G20 42 G18 23 G22 24 G22 33 G22 35 G22 38 G22 31 G22 32 G22 41 G20 63 G22 42 G18 51 G22 67 G18 65 G22 1 G18 4 G18 23 G22 2 G22 3 G22 52 G22 4 FEUX DE QUEUE 3 23 Eclairage H.July 1995 Amendment 8 dtd July 01. Aucune APEX AIRCRAFT 1 route de Troyes 21121 DAROIS Système ATA : Echelle : Sans Format : Masse : A1 Tolérance non spécifiées : Aucune Pièces symétrique : Aucune Référence : Désignation : 1 62-18-29-IND5 Page 1/1 DR400/160/180 SCHEMA ELECTRIQUE GENERAL B A Ce plan est la propriété d’APEX AIRCRAFT et ne peut être communiqué ou reproduit sans autorisation I H G F E D C .Spécification traitement de surface .ise M 8 7 10 6 9 27 POMPE 39 ESS. . . 2008 Page 12 .24a 2 51 NOIR ROUGE TRESSE BLEU F. .Aucune . . . S 19 21 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Prise F CROCHET (OPTION) ELT (OPTION) 1 2 3 4 5 6 Prise E MASSE N°1 35 MASSE N°3 G18 G18 18 30 Prise D 1 2 3 4 Avertisseur de décrochage 41 53 SONDE TEMP. . NAV. . . . . L 20 G22 15 G22 33 G22 29 G22 33 19 36 G22 35 G22 34 G22 31 G22 69 G22 24 G22 7 G22 6 G22 16 G22 18 G22 19 G22 5 G22 32 G22 38 G22 63 G22 64 G22 65 G22 30 G22 2 G22 3 G22 12 G8 10 G8 34 option hélice bois MASSE N°1 MASSE N°2 4 13 L GRD R Prise A 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 15 G22 16 G22 17 G18 18 G22 20 G22 22 G18 1 G18 5 G22 6 G22 7 G22 14 Prise G 1 2 3 4 12 G8 10 G8 11 G8 19 SORTIE EXCIT. .Spécification matière .P. . (BLEU) 1 2 3 4 5 6 Prise B VOYANT CHARGE (BLANC) +REGULATEUR (ROUGE) +DETEC.1001653-A . (OPTION) KIT TEMPERATURE EXTERIEURE INDICATEUR ESSENCE SUPPL. MASSE N°3 MASSE N°2 REGULATEUR DE TENSION DETECTEUR DE PANNE 36 G22 45 G22 34 G22 37 G22 3 42 G18 43 G16 44 G16 40 G16 G D 11 3 BATT. .5A 2. VIRAGE 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Prise WB 7 ABC FUSIBLES ECLAIRAGE 1 2 1 2 Pr. I Pr. . .Aucune . RELAIS BATTERIE 4 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Prise R JAUGEUR DROIT MASSE N°3 ALT 2 F1 F2 JAUGEUR GAUCHE MASSE N°1 + G2 FEUX NAV ROUGE GAUCHE PHARES 2 MASSE MOTEUR 5 RELAIS DEM.5A + 55 - + 47 - + 56 49 21 1 2 3 4 5 6 Prise K 60 G22 38 G22 45 G22 37 G22 MASSE N°2 - BARRETTE DE VOYANTS 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1 2 11 PRISE Ca 6A 8A 6A 28 2 G22 3 G22 15 21 PITOT - - SÉLECTEUR ESSENCE OPTION + + + + + - ESSENCE 6 - - ALIMENTATION 44 48 45 46 PRESSION ESSENCE 16 Pr. . .

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July 1995 .20 Amendment 4 dtd May 16 .1 .MAINTENANCE MANUAL ROBIN DR400 15.13.13 .General Audio Warning Device S-TEC SYSTEM 20 AUTOPILOT MASTER SWITCH Roll Servo Directional Gyro HSI (option) ALT ON/OFF Remote Altitude Engage / Disengage switch Auto Pilot Disconnect Switch VOR/LOC/glideslop e Indicator Pitch computer module Pitch Servo Absolute Pressure Transducer SYSTEME 30 Option page 15 . 2007 th 3rd edition .AUTOPILOT SYSTEM 20/30 15.

it bases itself on data of the built-in accelerometer of the pitch computer and a pressure transducer. speed of rotation of the gyroscope). from left to right. If the AP disconnects. AP is disconnected by pressing and holding the push mode select knob for more than 2 seconds. The turn coordinator incorporates an anomaly detector (electric power supply.July 1995 Amendment 4 dtd May 16 .MAINTENANCE MANUAL ROBIN DR400 The S-TEC system 30 is a two axis automatic pilot (AP) that uses the tilted gyroscope of the turn coordinator as sensor of roll and rate of turn. For pitch control. Turn coordinator. Annunciator panel 3. mode and display selector 2.21 . 3rd edition . as well as the elevator electric trim. the light flashes with a five-second audible beeping tone. AP switch-off and mode select knob With each push on this knob. apart from the pitch control system. starting with the ST mode (stabilizer) and finishing with the HI TRK mode (tracking of a route with a high gain). 1 4 10 6 7 14 13 13 5 (option) 8 3 9 11 2 AP OFF 12 1. 4. The S-TEC system 20 is similar to system 30. any one of the four modes is engaged sequentially. RDY green light Comes on when AP can be engaged. Heading track mode can be installed in option. 2007 th page 15 .

TRIM DN (*) light Comes on to indicate the aircraft requires DOWN trim. 7. 5. in Lo gain (low) or Hi gain (high) according to the expected response. page 15 . 12.4 .Pitch and roll servo-motor . 9.2 . (*) System 30 only 15. 15. Hi in cruise for a more precise tracking and in GPS mode.3 . ALT (*) blue light Comes on when Altitude mode is engaged. HD heading tracking mode Used to select a heading by means of the heading bug of the directional gyro. 11.July 1995 .22 Amendment 4 dtd May 16 .Check the cable clips are properly tight while making sure the main cables are not damaged. located on the stick.13.MAINTENANCE MANUAL ROBIN DR400 In ST mode. The ALT blue light comes on when ALT mode is engaged.Pitch servo-motor The servo-motor is fixed to metal brackets behind the baggage compartment just above the fuselage inspection hatch and acts on the "nose-down" cable.13. Engage/disengage button for Altitude hold This button (on the stick) is used to engage/disengage the altitude hold. AP ON/OFF switch.Roll servo-motor The servo-motor is fixed to brackets on the rear of the wing spar and can be reached via a rectangular cover on the wing lower surface to the left of the L/H main landing gear. TRK(Not connected on this airplane) Tracking of a VOR or GPS navigation route. The capstan is on the right hand side of the aircraft centre line and a guide keeps the nose-down cable clear of the capstan. A guide keeps the aileron cable clear of the capstan. TRIM UP (*) light Comes on to indicate the aircraft requires UP trim.13. 2007 th 3rd edition . Use Lo in cruise. Red flag window Indicates that voltage is not adequate. 8. when turned left or right. AP ON/OFF switch. 10. 15. 13.checks . it sends a proportional turn command to the AP up to a standard turn rate. located on the instrument panel. . 6.Make sure the servo-motor is properly fastened to its bracket and that the retaining strengtheners are sound.

are issued from S-TEC bulletin no. .Check the cable clips do not restrict the full deflection of the flight control they are attached to.23 .13. 3rd edition .62 2.13. 2008 st page 15 . described in this chapter.5 . 15. the number of which defines the strain and is rated according to the table below: Number of spring washers (tension washer p/n 1253-1) 2 2 2 Number of separating washers (shim washer p/n 1205-S5-00) 1 1 1 daN.Ground test and in-flight test Operational ground and in-flight tests. . 700 and Apex Aircraft procedures.7 . 15.50 ± 0.Trim servo-motor (optional) .lb 3.The capstan is driven by a friction clutch system allowing the pilot to override the automatic pilot. This friction is adjusted with spring washers.33 3. These tests are performed before return to flight and during acceptance flight.Adjustment of the friction of the clutch system .42 Pitch 0107-P4 Roll 0105-R2 Stabilator trim (*) 0105-T3 (*) as necessary.lb 40 ± 1 43 ± 1 30 ± 1 Ft.MAINTENANCE MANUAL ROBIN DR400 15.The servo-motor is fixed to a vertical bracket ahead of the fuselage inspection hatch.01 Slippage torque Servo type Inch.It is advisable to grease the mesh unit regularly (by removing the plugs) with the grease recommended in Section 3.July 1995 Amendment 8 dtd July 01 .34 ± 0. .46 ± 0.01 0.6 .01 0.m 0.Make sure the thin cable is properly rolled on the capstan and is taut. .13.The trim control unit drive is actuated by two drive pins located in the coupling socket between the servo motor and unit. The servo-motor may be removed by simply extracting the four screws holding it to the bracket.

Rotate turn knob left or right. Stick free . The clutch of the servo stays operating. then all lamps extinguish one after the other.green RDY light illuminates (gyro of turn coordinator is operating) 3. by means of the 3-turn potentiometer located under the fastening screw on right hand down position of the roll computer. Using the NAV401 test bench connected to the AP. NAV Mode After HDG mode. "ST" lamp illuminates. Ajustment of roll control in NAV mode Set VOR indicator to zero: if stick moves. AP switching on (breaker switched on. lamp illuminates (HDG lamp is off). HDG lamp illuminates (ST lamp is off). Altitude hold mode Press blue button on pilot stick to engage altitude mode. At the end of self-test: . 6. make the VOR indicator needle vary left and right from the zero position and observe the stick moves respectively showing servo operates properly. press again on the select knob of the roll computer. alert tone beeps. 7.none of the servos are actuated. The clutch of the servo stays operating. The clutch of the pitch servo in actuated (stiff stick). Master switch on 2. page 15 . HDG Mode After ST mode. servo actuated. 4.all lamps extinguish. Do the same test with TRK HI mode (High gain) To do so.24 Amendment 4 dtd May 16 .MAINTENANCE MANUAL ROBIN DR400 1. Rotate heading bug left or right to observe the stick moving respectively. ST Mode After the RDY light illuminates. the pitch computer will be on (stiff stick). it is possible to stop the servo for a VOR zero indication. press once more on the select knob of the roll computer to engage the NAV TRK LO mode . clutch of the servo is operating. AP master switch "ON") Check of the self-test of the roll computer All lights illuminates. the roll servo is actuated and the stick moves respectively. press once more on the select knob of the roll computer to engage the heading mode .July 1995 . During self-test. 2007 th 3rd edition . Blue "ALT" indicator light illuminates. If stick is pushed for more than one second. the alert tone will beep and the Trim Up light illuminates.no alert tone . Ground tests 1. press and release the select knob of the roll computer. Do the same in pulling the stick to check the Trim dn annunciates.1. 5. .

Come back to level flight. The clutches of the servos are no longer actuated. Press on AP disconnect button to disconnect AP. 2007 th page 15 . Check of tracking. 3rd edition . Check of AP mode disconnect. before lining up. Check altitude displayed after tracking. Slightly increase altitude.25 . 1.2. Do a standard rate turn. All lights extinguish and green RDY light goes on.MAINTENANCE MANUAL ROBIN DR400 Disconnect the Altitude hold mode by pressing once more on the ALT button on the pilot stick: the blue ALT light extinguishes. Set the test bench to adjust the depression for 1000 feet altitude. Engage HDG mode and observe the heading bug is well centered within +/. Set a desired heading on VOR indicator and set the heading bug for same heading. stick must move aft. calm atmosphere. Green RDY light illuminates after pressing the on/off switch on the stick. Flight test Test of AP at holding point. Set the heading bug to center on the directional gyro and engage "HD" mode.July 1995 Amendment 4 dtd May 16 . the "roll center" (behind instrument screw. Select a desired heading and check that interception is done at 45°angle. To switch off completely the AP. Slightly decrease altitude. switch AP master switch to the OFF position. Observe AP disconnects (servo no longer operating).3°. Engage NAV (TRK LO) mode and permit the airplane to settle on that heading. Check of altitude holding. Permit the altitude to stabilize. the stick must not move. Level flight. Computers are supplied but do not control the servos. down right hand position of roll computer) to fly with the needle centered on the Nav indicator. stick must move forward. Engage "ALT" mode when reaching the desired altitude. Check and adjust if necessary. Select "ST" mode with control knob of roll computer.

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24 Amendment 3 dtd 14 December.July 1995 . 2006 th 3rd edition .MAINTENANCE MANUAL ROBIN DR400 ITEM LIST FOR DRAWING 62-18-15-ind3 "Schéma électrique général DR400/200R" Item 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 34 35 36 37 39 40 41 42 43 45 46 47 French designation DEMARREUR ALTERNATEUR BATTERIE RELAIS BATTERIE RELAIS DEMARREUR SONDE TEMPERATURE D'HUILE TRANSMETTEUR PRESSION D'HUILE MANOCONTACT PRESSION D'ESSENCE FILTRE MAGNETOS MAGNETOS CONNECTEUR CLOISON 3 BROCHES CONNECTEUR CLOISON 12 BROCHES CONNECTEUR CLOISON 4 BROCHES CONNECTEUR CLOISON 1 BROCHES CONNECTEUR CLOISON 2 BROCHES CONNECTEUR CLOISON 3 BROCHES CONNECTEUR CLOISON 4 BROCHES CONNECTEUR CLOISON 6 BROCHES CONNECTEUR CLOISON 8 BROCHES CONNECTEUR CLOISON 12 BROCHES FEUX NAVIGATION ARRIERE ECLAIRAGE CABINE CENTRALE ANTI-COLLISION LAMPE ANTI-COLLISION PHARES REGULATEUR DE TENSION HAUT-PARLEUR DETECTEUR DE DECROCHAGE FEU NAV DROIT FEU NAV GAUCHE BREAKERS INTERRUPTEURS DISJONCTEURS SELECTEUR MAGNETOS ECLAIRAGE VISIERE CENTRALE ECLAIRAGE POMPE ESSENCE JAUGEUR ESSENCE AVERTISSEUR SONORE DECROCHAGE CONTACTEUR FIN DE COURSE VOLETS BORNIER INDICATEUR DE PRESSION D'HUILE VOLTMETRE INDICATEUR DE NIVEAU D'ESSENCE English designation STARTER ALTERNATOR BATTERY BATTERY RELAY STARTER RELAY OIL TEMPERATURE PROBE OIL PRESSURE SENDER FUEL PRESSURE SWITCH MAGNETO FILTER MAGNETOS BULKHEAD CONNECTOR 3 PINS BULKHEAD CONNECTOR 12 PINS BULKHEAD CONNECTOR 4 PINS BULKHEAD CONNECTOR 1 PINS BULKHEAD CONNECTOR 2 PINS BULKHEAD CONNECTOR 3 PINS BULKHEAD CONNECTOR 4 PINS BULKHEAD CONNECTOR 6 PINS BULKHEAD CONNECTOR 8 PINS BULKHEAD CONNECTOR 12 PINS TAIL NAVIGATION LIGHT CABIN LIGHTS ANTI-COLLISION POWER SUPPLY STROBE LIGHT LANDING AND TAXI LIGHTS VOLTAGE REGULATOR LOUD SPEAKER STALL WARNING SWITCH RIGHT NAVIGATION LIGHT LEFT NAVIGATION LIGHT CIRCUIT-BREAKERS CIRCUIT-BREAKERS MAGNETO SELECTOR SWITCH ANTIGLARE LIGHTS LIGHTING ASSEMBLY FUEL PUMP FUEL GAUGE STALL WARNING BUZZER FLAP EXTENDED SWITCH CONNECTING STRIP OIL PRESSURE INDICATOR VOLTMETER FUEL LEVEL INDICATOR page 16 .

. 6A ROUGE INTERRUPTEUR-DISJ. . . (BLEU) Prise A 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Prise G 1 2 3 4 19 1 2 3 4 5 6 Prise B POMPE 39 ESS. 4 NOIR BLANC TRESSE BLEU F.P O N M L K J I H G F E D C B A 8 36 MASSE N°1 MASSE N°2 MASSE N°3 8 55 G22 MASSE BANDEAU SUPERIEUR CENTRALE ECLAIRAGE 51 G22 82 G22 81 G22 54 G22 0 G20 37 92 G18 PRISE G BROCHE 3 96 G18 VOLET CAPOT PLAN 62 18 17 TRIM PLAN 62 18 16 ENROULEUR DE CÂBLE OPTION PLAN 62 18 18 11 G8 80 G22 19 M F 137 G16 QABED PRISE BROCHES 8 11 5 6 4 SKHTP PRISE BROCHES 2 5 3 4 2 R Fa Cb PRISE BROCHES 6 6 2 80 G22 51 G22 82 G22 81 G22 6 0 G20 5 54 G22 PRISE X 4 3 2 1 OPTION OPTION IND. . . .P.Aucune . BLEU Ciel NOIR ROUGE NOIR BLANC ROUGE 3rd Edition .Spécification soudure . . OPTION 23 Eclairage H. 8A PITOT 8A BAT JAUGE ESS P Avertisseur de décrochage VOLMETRE A B C OPTION 34 15 2 G22 3 G22 41 + 55 32 MASSE N°2 7. .Spécification matière . .1001653-A . .Spécifications de marquage . 16 1 2 Pr.5A BREAKER 20A BREAKER 70A INTERRUPTEUR-DISJ. V PRESSION ESSENCE 6 5 4 G18 4 - 63 G22 MASSE N°1 MASSE N°1 18 G22 17 G18 38 G22 52 G22 35 G22 33 G22 22 G18 10 G2 0 G22 6 10 G D 2 11 ALT 2 F1 F2 MASSE MOTEUR + - 62 JAUGEUR PRINCIPAL + DEM.5A 70A 70A 2A 2A 1A 1A 2A 3A - + 47 - + 46 - 49 21 BARRETTE DE VOYANTS 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1 2 11 PRISE Ca 6A 8A 21 21 G12 6A OPTION PITOT + + VOLETS 6 - T° HUILE - ALIMENTATION DEMARREUR 48 PRESSION D'HUILE CHARGEPRESSION ESSENCE OPTION COMPTEUR D'HEURE PLAN : 62-18-23 N° FIL GAUGE 5 Prise Q 5 6 1 2 3 4 7 8 9 10 11 12 MASSE N°1 MASSE N°1 22G18 28 G22 29 G22 30 G22 69 G22 80 G22 81 G22 82 G22 16 G22 18 G22 19 G22 5 G22 32 G22 38 G22 63 G22 64 G22 65 G22 67 G18 52 G22 68 G22 14 G12 43 G16 44 G16 41 G16 42 G16 42 G16 42 G16 40 G16 64 G22 14 G12 14 G12 14 G12 29 G22 35 G22 33 G22 31 G22 69 G22 51 G22 82 G22 81 G22 14 G12 80 G22 24 G22 14 G12 68 G22 2 G22 3 G22 12 G8 7 G22 6 G22 23 G22 24 G22 MASSE N°1 30 G22 10 G8 MASSE N°3 REP 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 42 G18 43 G16 44 G16 MASSE N°1 1 2 16 4 35 L GRD R VOYANT CHARGE (BLANC) MASSE (NOIR) 16 G22 1 G18 5 G22 FEUX DE QUEUE Bat 6 G22 7 G22 12 G8 Pr. . . ROUGE 3 16 Description de l’évolution CIRCUIT ECLAIRAGE CABINE 05/10/2006 Date Dessinateur GDO Vérificateur PMO DET 060602R1 Dossier 24 17 17 Documents associés : . 8A NOIR INTERRUPTEUR-DISJ. 10A NOIR SELECTEUR MAGNETOS ECLAIRAGE VISIERE CENTRALE ECLAIRAGE POMPE A ESSENCE JAUGEUR ESSENCE AVERTISSEUR DECROCHAGE CONTACTEUR FIN DE COURSE VOLETS BORNIER INDICATEUR DE PRESSION D'HUILE VOLTMETRE INDICATEUR DE NIVEAU D'ESSENCE 7 Pr. .5A 19 G22 Prise T 29 G22 MASSE N°2 54 G22 40A AVIONIQUE 1 2 3 4 2A 20A Pr. OPTION CPF 12 1 2 3 Pr. . S b c a 31 17 28 Voilure gauche 52 RESERVOIR SUPPLEM. . . . . 40 32 70A BOITIER ANTICOL A B C A B C 1 2 MASSE MOTEUR RELAIS BATTERIE G2 1 P O N M L K J 67 G18 3 53 SONDE TEMP. . 2006 page 16-25 FLASH 25 CE PLAN VALABLE A PARTIR DE L'AVION N°2608 Rev 2 5 RELAIS DEM. . 8A BLANC INTERRUPTEUR-DISJ.Aucune . NAV. Aucune Système ATA : APEX AIRCRAFT 1 route de Troyes 21121 DAROIS Référence : Echelle : Sans Format : Masse : A1 Tolérences non spécifiées : Aucune Pièces symétrique : Aucune Désignation : 62-18-15-IND3 Page 1/1 DR400/200R SCHEMA ELECTRIQUE GENERAL B A 1 Ce plan est la propriété d’APEX AIRCRAFT et ne peut être communiqué ou reproduit sans autorisation I H G F E D C . . I 1 2 3 38 16 45 ESSENCE P HUILE ABC COMMADE D'ECLAIRAGE DEMARREUR ANTICOL 4A CHARGE VOYANTS BALISE DE DETRESSE (option) INDICATEUR SERVITUDES PHARE 10A PHARE 10A F. . EXT.ise H 17 MASSE N°2 Pr. VIRAGE 7 ECLAIRAGE INSTRUMENTS 18 54 G22 OPTION RADIO 134 G16 REPERAGE FIL 16 43 1 2 1 2 7. . . . PANNE (VERT) SORTIE EXCIT. 4A NOIR INTERRUPTEUR-DISJ.July 1995 Amendment 3 dtd December 14th. . . 13 14 40 G16 MASSE N°2 MASSE N°3 MASSE N°3 42 G18 28 G18 51 G22 31 G22 32 G22 42 G18 63 G22 17 G18 12 G8 41 G20 65 G22 1 G18 4 G18 23 G22 34 + 1 2 3 4 5 6 Prise Fa 41 G20 0 G20 1 2 3 4 5 6 Prise Fb 51 G22 18 30 Prise D 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 FEUX NAV DROIT BLEU FEUX NAV ROUGE GAUCHE PHARES 20 27 19 22 PLAN 61-40-01 REGULATEUR DE TENSION 3 8 DETECTEUR DE PANNE 1 2 3 4 5 6 Prise E1 1 2 3 4 Prise E2 G18 G18 switch VOLETS Prises radio 42 29 SONDE de DECROCHAGE REMORQUAGE TEMOIN CÄBLE PITOT C. .5A 7. . S Rel +REGULATEUR (ROUGE) +DETEC. 1 3 BATT.ise M 7 9 26 51 35 36 37 39 40 41 42 43 45 46 47 DESIGNATION DEMAREUR ALTERNATEUR BATTERIE RELAI BATTERIE RELAI DEMARREUR SONDE TEMPERATURE D'HUILE TRANSMETTEUR PRESSION D'HUILE MANOCONTACT PRESSION ESSENCE FILTRE MAGNETOS MAGNETOS CONNECTEUR CLOISON 3 BROCHES CONNECTEUR CLOISON 12 BROCHES CONNECTEUR CLOISON 4 BROCHES CONNECTEUR CLOISON 1 BROCHES CONNECTEUR CLOISON 2 BROCHES CONNECTEUR CLOISON 3 BROCHES CONNECTEUR CLOISON 4 BROCHES CONNECTEUR CLOISON 6 BROCHES CONNECTEUR CLOISON 8 BROCHES CONNECTEUR CLOISON 12 BROCHES FEUX NAV ARRIERE LAMPE ECLAIRAGE CABINE CENTRALE ANTI-COLLISION LAMPE ANTI-COLLISION PHARES REGULATEUR DE TENSION HAUT-PARLEUR DETECTEUR DE DECROCHAGE FEUX NAV DROIT (BLEU) FEUX NAV GAUCHE (ROUGE) BREAKER 1A BREAKER 2A BREAKER 3A BREAKER 7. .Spécification traitement de surface .

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