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OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL

DHC-l - CHIPMUNK

]{)REWORD

This Manual is pub;lished and issued for the guidance of all concerned with the operation and maintenance of the de Havilland ItChipmunk", Model DHC-la
Amendment's wi11 be distributed,

when issued, to all persons whose names appear on the company list as holders of copies of this ManuaL

THE DE HAVILLAND AIRCRAFT OF CANADA LIMITED
Postal Station IILl! Toronto Canada

Cable - uMOTH" TORONTO

L. 55 54 11 12 15 14 15 16 .. SIGNATURE DATE 1\ AoLQ NO. 50 ~- . 1 2 n <. 35 36 37 - 58 59 40 41 42 43 17 18 19 20 44 45 46 47 21 22 • 25 24 48 49 25 I .. NO. 26 27 28 SIGNATURE DATE H\J~/ f!" I'~ I~ l{ r" :3 4 5 6 29 30 31 32 I 7 8 9 10 .AMENDMENTS A.

1 Chipmunk cn1pmunk Chipmunk Chipmunk = = Tethering.5 5 . ~acking 7. 2 3~3 3 ... 1 3.1 8 o2 8...ruu 13 l b ~ I· ...ercarriage Alain Undercarriage ChipIllUIlk ~ Chipmunk ~ = T.1 Chipmunk Chipmunk layout = DHC-lB Dimensions 6 .ailWheel fdgg:ing Diagram Chipmunk Chipmunk Chipmunk lio1 = Lubrication Wiring Diagr..• No~ LIST OF PLATES ENCLOSED Title Chipmunk Ohipmunk Chipmunk Chipmunk Chipmunk ~ = 101 1~2 103 3... Chipmunk Chipmunk ~ ~ 3.3 10. Slinging.4 on Wheels on Skis on Floats = Cockpit Canopy Cockpit layout Brake Sy stem R1ap System Cockpit Standard.d.1 Fuel System Oil System ~ Main. U:o. 1 7o2 8.

cHIParuNK Chapter 11 1 .gand If Data Ground Crew 6 Instructions for 7 .Description 4 .Power Dni t 15 .Uncrating and Assembling II 11 II 15 .Introduction 2 .Radio and Electrical 14 .Leading and Description Particulars of Cockpit Controls Data and EquipDent 11 :3 .Brake System 10 .Controls and Rigging 1/ 11 II 11 .Fuel and Oil System 11 8 .Loadin.• OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL DHC--l.PilotUs II Notes and Operating C" G 0 5 .Lubrication 12 .Undercarriage 9 .Export Shipment .Maintel!l8l'lce Schedule • .

• 1.etlts.major sections lDoltedtogetl:j. panal.a1 uadercaxriagso It accommodates two in tandem arrangement With duplicate controls and instrumentsa.structuro which serves ass crash pylon to the occupants in the event of overturning" The balance of the eanGlpY9 which is fitted with breakout panels. "Z" section stringers which dist.fu this man:ual rsf'eren..teaeh po.egory at 1930 Ib .ce will be mad.1) category de Havilland at 1930 1b" Gipsy (11) eategoI'Y' at 1930 Ib" G.tP-neo el) DBe-lE-2 Llcensoo.e skin~ 'Jh.nd Gipsy (i) category at 1930 Ib de.Major 10 en. acrobatie a11=up weight arid.SHavilland Gipsy pitch All Versions may be equipped wi tJl a wood or metal fixed p1'o])el1e1'o 'lbe all-metal stressed skin fuselage consists of two .and fltted.e jointv which p-rovideB a means otdisassembling the fuselage for repairs or Nplaoem.BG acrobatic: all...P. pressed -formers and a series ofmodifioo.. The cookpit enclosure inclUdes a fixed plexiglas windscreen on a.tioo.1 ~ CHAPTER 1 m'lRaDUCTION and.nsed in the AGRoBD aarGDatic ell-up weight and fitted mth'. fitt·ed..neo b) DHO-1A.j or 1e engine 0 0 (:1.e forward or the front instrument..' ana " located beneath the front coclqrit seato '!'his frame transmits the spar loads aeross the tu~elagec.ctions" 'IlLe forward seeticn which contains the coclcpits comprises four main Longerona .ribute the loads over th.. '!he wing leading edge attaebment point is jOined to a similar built-up fram. slides rearward to olear both coekpltso carried protect .lA-l Licensed in the A... weigbt and :fitted with the up !k.arsteel ..huJ.with the Maj or 10 ec.· the (1) eat. de Havilla.sttlon .Ha:1:illand Gipsy 0 . DESCRIPrICN - The BHC=l Chipmunk 1 s an -ail-metal single engined IOW-wing monoplane With fixedl3onven. Bo ~~rob-atic all""up weiglit....lB""l Licensed in the ADR . The main Wing at taebmen t fit-tings aresuIJPorted by a built ~uplT(J' shap ed belt 1'1.er" 'DJ.inthe AoR"B..e firewall ferms the front of'this section" The engine mounting is attached to the :forward ends of the Longerona .gine e) DBC.Re.jo-r 10 engi.~ is reinforced by a lap strip rive-ted to t'ront and rear'se.tjJ. wi th the Iil.e to the various versions of the Chipmunk which are classltiedas tollows: Q a) DBO.2 Lice.

the rudder post a.ent point'~ aN loea-ted at the top and bottom of the main spar and on a short l'i1:rllIIlIY.. '!he win g root a'ttachm.SJlar fitted near the leading eige" "file uader-carriage legs are attached to special nose ribsp inboard of which are the fuel tank compartments" The ribs aft of the main spu' are attached to the "1)" nose and are fabriC covered exeept for a wa~Jay area adjaoent to the fuselage.4 Tail AssemblY The tail unit consists o"f a tallplane built as a single unit.e ac ceas to the attachment pOints. and a fabric covered rear seet. tailplane 1. and completes the lines of the rear fuselage" 'Ihe wings' are C'SIlt11aver structures :1. adjustable on the ground is fitted to the starboard aileron as requiredo The Wings are fitted with detachable pressed metal tipso Wing fillets fair eaca wing into tbe fuselage and when rerwved provid. Flaps and ailerons are fabric covered metal structures~ 'ilia ailerons are internally mass-balanced A me-tal trailing edge tab.. with divided aerodynamie~nd mas8-bal~c~ elevators having coupled torque tubes and a single eontrol leverp a single fin and an aerodynamicand mass-balanced rUdder . .ne'orporating an a1. modified "Zit section stringers and a etressed skin 0 I 'l'Opl3l A transverse tube is built into the rear fuselage through or bar may.be passed to faoilitate handling the maohine ...102 ll)1selaga (cant 'd ) '!he top s\lI"f'ace of the rail s on which the canopy slides as levelling pads both li:mgitud1nally and transversely .ion Which supports the flaps and ailerons on a false spar "1)" 0 'fb. can be used The rear fuselage 1s a straight tapered conical section.3 falrs in the junction of the rudder. the skin of' which is single curvature throughouto It is a semi-monGcoque structure conSisting of pressed formers....e ''DI! nose eoml. brake lines and electrical services" 0 j 1.1sts of the single 1Ila'in spaJ:'p nose ribs and the l~ading--etlge skhrwhi ell is reinforced with spanwiae stringe-rs.khead of this section is strengthened to take the front attachment.l~metal nose box bearng Which -arri"€3s fli:ght and landing Loada .pd the tailwheel strut fittings A detachable and elevators Wings tailcone . Which a tailplane The rear buJ. which is metal skinned and rubber ccvered .

which is the rear spar 01' the fin1 is bolted to the rear face of the aft bulkhead to provide addj. An all~metal. tab J which is adjustable in flight 9 is provided on the starboard elevator" The fin9 \\Thieh is attached to the ruaal.to 0 The ta1lwheel assembly is attached to the rear :tuselage bulkhead and to fittings on the front spar of the tailplane" It consists of a tlattenoo.iok type control bar are fitted in each cockpito The control by GonI1. tubular steel yoke~ a tully eastoring fork 1'1. one to each -nIl nose and a ~a~toring taiJJ'iheel o.A .worrain Wlderearriaga unt t s.he Clentre canopy rail forming a dorsal "fin" The rudder post. by the .a. L"l 104 Tail Assembll (cont~d) The tailplane is an a11~metal cantilever structure with front and rear flanged spare" The front· spar is bolted to the rear bulkhead of the fuselage9 and two braGkets fixed to the rear spar are connected by struts to the bottom of the bulkhead" The elevators each compr-t se a metal siJar to whi. sts of a Goodyear u wheel and brake assembly.ch a preformed leading edge.:rTj. '!he hydraulic brakes are differ= entia11y cont. yoks" all.g gear Qonsists of' t.erC'a. and.me tal llie rudder is of similar construction to the elevators and is fi tted. horn balance and ribs are riVeted" The elevator is fabric covered. is an cantilever stru Cit.tted with a friction damper and shock st. 1mU.ecting rods and cables :run. Parking brakes: are applied by means of a brake lever In each ('lookpi.!lli.n.it!l All tmderunits are ftxedo The matn (6.er movements are trans. lateral and directional on the movable ~ontrol surfaces.Lumnand pivoted rudd.tted pulleys Either control flying" 0 controls consisting of a ST.tional stiffening for the attachment of' tailplane struts and the tailwheel. a single cantilever leg eorraat.baor'ber.. '!he land.ning over column is readily detaehable for passenger trim Ls obtained tabs Longitudinal.ns the compression rubber shock 6..genit consi.rolled from the rudder bar-.d. with a trailing edge tab which may be adjusted on the ground" 105 attached carriage Landing Ge§£.. ()OO=6)un.age at two points. ure " 'lh errant fitting is made ae MS st b Le by the removal of a fillet at the base of the _fin" Thlsf111et is carried forward to meet t.in.1"11to Standard flying co.

the latter being required on only the Maj or 1. service i. Vol" 1. Filler necks and fUel eont.0 installation 0 la8 ~21~Sfste~ on 'Ihe fuel Bupply is -actuated from either cockpit by a lever the control box.8 to the Requirements of tl1e Air Registration Board (Great Britain) as specified in BoCoAoR. and by !'EllD.ent.ov·aJ_ the wing root of fill.106 Flling and E:J. The power unit which is at-tached to the front fuselage by four b 01t s p eompr i ses engine and mounting 9 prop elle I" ~ fi repro of bulkhead ~ oil tankand eaoleT system~ cowling and accessorieso Air intake scoops on the engine cowli.lrovide factors adequate to the exigencies of primary training~ certain eomponents have strengths well in excess of the Requi Tamant s • .ce supplied by Venturi tubeS with the Gipsy Major 10 installation. Section D.ngs provide air for the c~rbUretter9 oil cooler and generator cooler.L port side rod s .S3£.psy Major 10 a 24 volt eJ..e: provided.etso The engine controls are fitted of the fuselage.llation a battery-operated. 1" 9 !:2W. and by a vacuum pump When the Gipsy Major 10 i.s installed" Wi th the Gi. Motions are transmitted in each cockpit on the by means of puaa-pul.airframe strength 1.gine Controls (cont9d) Aecees to the flying control cables in . by two 12 VOlt1 batterieS in series and an engine-driven generato:!'" Ch Gipsy :Major le insta.:etrtrica1.10 The minimum. equipment" 1. electrical system may be fitted as spee ial.the "fuselage is obtained by means of detachable panels on the control DOX located centrally on the cockpit floor ~ an.. Services All types are equipped -wi th a vacuum aerv:i..s gauges are located on the inboard ifing upper surra-Ge~ easily visible from the cockpits.. zippered openings in the fabric on the lower side of the wing.d by rEllloval of the tallconeo In the wings the aileron controls are accessible by means of band holes and.39 Issue 30 To ).

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3 Perforrri~nce General Data Maximum true level speed at Sea Level Marunum t·rue level speed at 5 ~000 ft.2 psf 13. Economical True Cruising Speed (2100 rpm) at Sea Level Economical T. 5 in.CHAPTER 2 ~ LEADING PARTIClJIARS 2.-1524 m.46 mo Wing Span Length ft.2 Weights Weight Empty - See Chapter 5 Sse Chapter 5 Type lA~l" Disposable Load ~ Maximum gross weight Wing Loading Power Loading 1930 lb. 25 Metric 10.. 1524 m.Flaps Down 30° Engl~ 140 mph 134 mph 124 mph 121 mph Metric 225 215 km/hr km/hr 200 194 km/hr knl/hr 52 mph 44 mph 83 kmjh:r 70 kmjpr .9 kg/CV) 2. Stalling Speed Indicated _. (815 kg) (55 kg/m) (6.2 2. ft.'72 m.5 pq. Height Wing Area Undercarriage Wheel Track '7 172.1 kg/CV) me 0 lB-2 0 1930 Lb (875 kg) 11.Flaps Up Stalling Speed Indicated .rue Cruising Speed (2100 rpm) at 5000 ft.s English 34 ft. .8 Ib/bhp 1102 psf 13 3 Ib/bhp (55 kg/m) (5.03 roo 2.1 Dimension.fta 16. 4 in.

4 6.(cont'd) Take-off to clear 50 ft. 430 mo· Maximum. Stil.30 m/ sec. 5200 Ceiling at Economical air per gallon at crui.57 3.With. ..No Brakes air 155 yd. Still air ~..24 SeC~ Landing Distance over 50 ft. 466 yds. Wi.No .:. m. 30~48 17.9 hrs. 4.Brakes Landing mo) 6. Brakes .Time (15~24 m. 17 seco 284 17 (15.~200 fto 19~400 ft" Cruising 3...th Brakes . rn .i4 roo roo 650 ft/min. . Rate of Climb .sing 5900 mo 3.9 bra. 780 Do Power (25 Imp~ Galo) Range~ still Air miles 19.s.te Enduranee Ceili.24 mo ydso 570 mo 141 run~ still . 5g000 ft.at Service Absolu.Distance . 485 mi. 109000 ~ 15.) English Metric 290 yds 265 m.ng f't •. 410 fto/mino m/ se e .at ..at Sea Level 900 .87 km/litre 6 4 gph 0 Air kilometers Cruising per litre at cruising consumption 29 11tres! br • 136 319 Maximum indicated Flap Speed 85 mph km/br knV'h:r Maximum indicated Diving Speed (Vne) 200 mph .l air .ft/min.

EJ__evator Trirruning Tab Control The control wheel is on the port side and rotates in the correct sensei Le. instruments.s are operated by a hand lever The different ial a oti on is cont 1"0 Ll. addition to flight and engine p. link ar-rangement-.2 A nbreak~outn of the canopy" Instrument panel is provided for in the roof to assist aircraft. This is on early side 3. compass" tachometer.l .ed by The flap lever is located Three settings are provided.or-.ease is provided in opening the canopy at higb speeds. The lock is operated by two handles which are accessible from either inside or outside the aircraft· and located in the roof of the canopy. the wheel forwardo . Additional 303 A locking :3. altimeter. Ground adjustment is provi. Column is prov i dad in d up Ii cat e • column" at andard type of re mov Le j Oy-8 tick ab pin is provided at the base of the Rudder pedals RUbber covered pedals are mounted on a rudder bar with a parallel.5 co ckpi to Brakes (Plate 303) on the port side of each t he rudder pedal S 0 The o rake.A. a nose-down change in trim is produced by pushing the top of .L.ded to accommodate pilots of various leg lengths 0 3. A flap with an emergency re). turn and bank Lndi cat or-.e 301) The one piece canopy slides on three rails and can be locked in anyone of several positions.Chapter DESCRIPTION OF COCKPIT 3EQJJIPMEN"T CONTROIS and 3. An oil temperature gauge is provided on the front panel only.Lacar'da.1 Canopy (Plat. 307 on the starboard side of the c oekpi t . each cant ains the follmving standard. oil pressure gauge . on the starboard each cockpit Panel (Plate 302) The_duplicate instrument panels are shock mounted and in. airspeed mdt cat.4 Control A items listed in Chapter 5 may be installed as required.

10 Safety An adjustable or nQ.l 3. electrical intercommunication microphone.12 Fire Extinguisher A hand operated Pyrena extinguisher of one pint capacity is mounted on a quick release bracket on the front seat diaphragm. Control Locks Control locka Harness Bordenp Sutton are provided as lJpec1al order equipment. Standard equipment includes a map case .11 Luggage Compartment A compartment in the rear fuselage is accessible _fro. 3.16 Intercommunication Systems 'I'he. as specifledp may be inS'tialled fuselage. may be removed to provide access to 'the rear fuselage or to the below the floor level in the front cookpit.allation has a 24~volt system with master cant rol panels in PO©tPiti and provision for cockpit and navigation larnps~ landing light and radio..8 Seats The bucket type tandem seats accommodate seat pack panachnt es .9 . 3.L" type harness I a attached to each seato 3.uded in each quadrant 0 There are two s et s of magneto swit che s ~ one on the front instrument panei or on the front fuselage deck~ the other on the port side of the fuselage deek between the two cockpits 0 3014 Carburetter Heatln~ Warmi sheltered air is supplied to the carburetter by an automatically controlled shutter at engine speeds below 1850 rpmo 3.m the .15 A typical the front Electrical Aircraft Equipment may be equipped with an electrical system as required.13 Engine Controls controls are on a quadrant friction damper is Throttle and altitude of each cockpit An adjustable 0 on the port side incJ. 3. On the starboard systemi for carbon or magnetic side of the .L. The seats structure 3.r ear cockpit and provides space for small items of baggage ora battery if the latter is supplied.A. inat. A tray for small items of baggage 1s also provided in the front cockpit. 3.

3.• A.18 Heating and Venttlation An exhaust muff type heater can be installed if required. . wHh an non-off" cockpit controL Ventilation is provided by controllable scoops in the windscreen and canopy.17 Day-Night Two-Stage Equipment Two-stage equipment for day-night flying training can be provtded to meet special order reqUirements.L e 1 3.

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4. Set elevator trim to "Nose Up". IN This of course is after the carburet. Pull propeller cleanly through the compression stroke until the engine starts. but instead of swinging. The slow running jet. h).102 Electric Switch OFF. j ).. Alternatively.~ which is a restriction in the small tube screwed in the lower end of holder ~ can be cleared by blowing through it 0 . Carburetter Slow Running Jet Choked ~ This can be cleared by following directions given belowo Remove slow running jet holder from carburetter. Open throttle 1/2 inch.PILOT 0 S NOTES . ..i)" Open the throttle vrida l11)oBack up the engine by hand at least six complete rotatione of the crankshaft.the propeller~ the electric starting switch on the left hand electrical panel in the cockpit ia operatedo When an engine starter is f1tted9 no SOCKING is required. g}. then after a partial turn to the right be pushed "home" 0 0 Pos sf ble Causes of Failure to st art 0 a}:. 0 1'0 401.. c) . select port or starboard tank. 1') BTJCK p only after fuel has ceased to run from collector IN box. Swl t che a OFF.AND OPERATING DATA. 1. 1. by turning over the engine by hand at least three "pull=throughs" of the propeller Rotation is anticlockwise viewed from cockpit. If the engine fails to fire 9 probably due to excess floodinga: b 0 0 0 a)" Chock the wheels or put handbrake hard on.CHAPTER 4 . :tv) Repeat at art ing pro cedur e t'rom "t''' above 0 0 0 startingQ " The same instructions apply as with hand starting. This holder has a hexagon head and screws down on top cover of float chamber.1 40101 Ground Handling. d). starting Engine. Only one s at of swl tche a need be moved to th e OFF pos i tioll in order to break the ignition c ireui t" e) Pull c arburetter !loader control s which is located on the port side of the engine.. Ground at art ing 1s bes t ace ampli shed by using an ext ern al 24 voI t supply plugged into a receptacle on the port side of the fuselage just aft of the engine cowling The plug must just enter the holes.ter has been flooded with the hand control. and operate the fuel pump hand levers unt 11 fuel runs out of the collector box at the bottom of the firewall.. Set all awl tches ON i). Move the fuel cock control lever fully forward to the ON position.

OWing to the surface leakage of electric! t.al. wi th SBW~g maohine or other a imilar type at thin 011. initial lIl8.spherso In this case the rocker should be removed.1 If the engine haa been standing in a dmnp atmosphere.ropof' more than 50 rpm Wa..1s 1s generally caused by S"I'iTelling of the bush ow1ngto damp atmo.. throttle tully and oheck rpm wh1chshould be i*' appro%d.tely 600 . be. the engine i8 to be ~ at 950 900 rpn in order that the all m..-When the propeller is turned over slol'llyp there should be an aUdible click from the impulse mechanism on the starboard magneto" 'J3le most frequentaa. .echanism becomes rusty" This can be cured by squirting out with kerosenie· and re-oiling with thin 011.1.2) Running Up a) Check elevator trim tab NOSi UP and hold the control Oblurm fully back.park plugs and the d1stributors of the magnetos betore a start can. b) Open throttle to 1S00 rpll1 and.mate17 1925(.Qd 4. Observe otl pressure which shoUld be between 30 and 40 pst '(20 and 30 kg/cm2] when coldo If the all pressure gaUge does not show thi s read ing the engine is to be stopped and tbe reason inve.ay be :Vlarmed up to give a free ei.2 Subject to sat1sfact-ory oil pressure having been obtained. Cheok otl pressureol d) If' a d.rculat10n~ Contlnu6I until the 011 temperature reaches a min1mW'll 300e (aSCz)" ot <= Check oll pressure: Nom...010201 :mn~~~ st&rt.oggle m. 40045 psl !3. '1600 rpm. Should this not effect a cure D magnetoshotllcl 'be removed and impulse starter di&>< mantled to find cause of failure" d) Contact Breaker Rocker Stuckc~ 'lli.gneto cheo'k II throttle back to.arter Not Workin6 Properly.1' the s. it may be neoessary to wipe the insulators 0.2. and the bush should be rubbed down carefully with'!a fine grade of amery clothe Oil very lightly on replacement.s indioated on the.00 fr'Om_coldl>'" To be run elawly at first g app~ re'lfolutions. Minimum "" 30 psi (20 kg/<=..v which takes plaoe under these conditions" :..use of trouble Wi th this part is that the t... .(cont'd) b) Water in Carb'uretter: . 'check each magneto t1ll'll" Dl"op should not exeeEJd 50 :rpm on either magnetoo c) Open.made.. 4.. and check magnetos a second time before tully throttling back. atter the return spring is disconnected.0 kgjem2).stlg-sitedo (See Chapter 12051)1).rima.Remove main and power jets carburet ter through by turning gaso~ine tap "lli e JI and flush 0) Impulse st.

sense of direction and traveL d}. Note The quantity of tuel which can be carried in each tank when the B ser ies aircraft· is operated with a cz ew of b'IU ~ l]lay be limited in order to not exceed the gross wei. alo. b '). the value is approximately 10 IQGo in each tank.1'u 11 military equipment. e)~ Climb when a speed of 80 mph (130 km/hx) is indicated. Flight control column fully back . when hath cockpits occupied.Brakes.'1y e) Check all flying controls for fieedom of movement. forexam. . b ) ~ Cheek that hand fir e ext ingu isher ~ in front eo ckpi t ~ is fastened down pr opel. Check full travel on elevator trimD al.ple. Keap straight in! t i ally by coarse use of the rudder and then gentle use8B speed increases. Set slightly tail heavy for Bolo flying from front cockpit.L4 Cockpit Check • a}o Ensure that sliding canopy is functioning properly. 0 Q 0 4. F = Flaps D B .Tr1nnning Tab ~ Elevato!' . The tail can be raised into the flying att. = Fully UP for 15° position if taking off froms very short strip) ~ lfully OFF 0 Check List T . TakeOO{)ff. open the throttle slowly to the fully forvlaru posi tlon.1. There is a tendency to swing to starbOard if the thxottle is opened too quickly. Cheek that hand brake lever fUnctions properly" f)" Check flap lever fa r piI'Oper fUnctioning ~ g). particularly over rough Handling ~ before Take-=Off.5 Taxiing.llUlly ON. = Both sets in ON position.o Check fuel contents. d). Set hand brake lever approximately four notches from front to obtain proper control on wheel brakes" More tension may be required for taxi ing in high wi nds 0 Taxi with ground. . The precise value is stencilled on the wing at the filler opening and will depend on the equipment provided • With .set to neutral G = Gas S ~ 8witches.1tude by a slight forward pressure on the control colwnn. approved for the -fully acrobatic category.ght.4. Raiss flaps ~ if used ~ and adjust elevator trim.

5 Perf ermanc e Position Error GorreotiDn 2 mph (3 kph) At 140 mph (225 kph) lAS = subtract At 120 mph (193 kph) lAS ~ add At 100 mph (161 kph) lAS ~.erp ioeo the aircraft is stalled with engine off by moving the control column fully back and applying full rudder~ in the direction it is desired to spin the aircraft 0 The aircraft spins in a normal manner" The first turn is very slow~ the rate of turn then increases for the next two turns~ after Which the speed of rotation diminishes and becomes constant. and also provides the meat cemrer-t.uite normal.Climbing • A speed Qf 80 mph (130 km/hr) US gives the maximum rate CDf climb ~ at sea Leve'I . The s talilng s pe eds (engi ae of f) IAS are ~ Flaps down 300 ~ 44 mph ('70 'lan/hr) Flaps up =52 mph (85 km/hr) This is for an all~up weight of 1930 lb. 6 mph (101qJh)o ? mph (ll kph}. With flaps fully extended the stall is more positive.er=revsll at speeds above 200 mph lAS even when the throttle is fully closedo At no time in any dive should a maximum rpm of 2550 be exceededo Spinning Entry into a practice spin may be achieved in the :normal IDanE.2. The control column must be moved fully back in order to demoastz-at. add At 80 mph (129 kph) lAS ~ add At 60 mph ( 97 kph) IAS ~ add §. There is a slight tendency for a wing to drop during the stalL 40208 Diving Although the aircraft is stressed to withstand higher diving speeds ~ the engine "o'.. (875 kg).tallin5 3 mph (5 kph ] 0 o 0 mph.e the nose drop at the point of stall.aul e climbing attitude of the aer0 plane.d be carri ed out at full throttle 0 General Flying The c0ntr~ls are all light and provide good manceuvrabt Lf ty in the air. In both cases recovery is q. . The stall with flaps up is very gentle. Climb ing shoul. 4.

In this respect the charcacter1stics of the Chipmunk are similar to those of a modern service aircraft with a moderately high wing Lo adIng .. o cockpit) It should be noted that with eogo forward~ there 1s a tendency at the stall to develop a tight spiral dive which is sometimes mistaken for a 13pin. it may be neeeaaary to apply oppos i te aileron as the stall is r-eached.9(contd) For the first three turns the attitude of the aircraft is fairly steep.2. During a spin the altimeter does not give a true indication of height above the ground due to a time lag in the instrument reading. Experiences of this kind with a spiral dive must not be permitted to mislead a student into assuming that spins may be conductEd with impunity at low altitude. Under these circ:umstances~ a prompt recovery may be effected with considerably less loss of heippt than in a true spin.4. .urna ... Acrobatics The following indicated air speeds are recommended: Roll Loop Half = = roll off the top of a loop 120 mph to 130 mph 130 mph to 140 mph .. from then on it assumes an attitude of about 45° to the verticaL The initial dive after recovery is quite steepo Providing posit ive recovery action is taken (full oppoaf te rudder) ~ then control column moved steadily forward un~the spinning stops) ~ full recovery may be effected in a maxtmura of l~l/2 t.140 mph to 150mph Elevator trim should be left at neutral for all acrobatic manoeuvres. regardless of the previous number of turns. During practice~ full rudder in the direction of the spin and control column fully back should be maintained until the recovery is commenced. The sliding canopy should be kept fully closed while carrying out acrobatic practice.. and the pilot should exercise judgement in the altitude at which the spin is initiatedo handling If entry is slow with cog forward (flying solo in the front and the control column fully oack. The pilot should not be misled by the low wing loading and docile qualities of the Chipmunk: into assuming that the rate of descent -will be leisurely during a spin and recovery.

0 . b} Sm tich i gut tioD "OFF" e ) Immediately open throttle wide. If during climb or-altitude tests the engine should show any signs of power loss due to -vapour formationp descending to an altitude below 109000 fto will enable the fuel system to resume normal operation" Flight tests have not indicated any tendency toward power 108S above 10pOOO fto from this cause" This note is inc.ble to fly for extended periods at heights greater than 10~000 rt . The recommended With no flaps the approach angle is long and flat~ whereas full :flaps provide a fairly steep gliding angle 9 giving an excellent view of ~he runway.luded in order to comply with British Civil Airworthiness Requirements" . 4 2 012 0 "Balked Landi ng The aircraft.l also eliminate r-unnmg-on due to prs=ignitiono In bot weather~ due to the possibility of vapour forming in the fuel section lineD it is not advisa. Lowering of full flaps produces a slight nose heavy tendency which can easily be corrected by means of the tail trim. This sequence of swi tehing off will remove any tendency to backfire and wil. approach speed is 70 mph lAS for all conditions.Approach and LandiES.3 Switching Off When switChing off the engine after runningp procedure must be adhered to: a} Idle at approximately the following 800 rpm for at least 30 seconds under normal circ'lUlistances at least one minute when operating or under extremely hot summer conditions. 4. If the aircraft has been trimmed for the glide with full flapsD it will then need retrimming as soon as the throttle is fully openedo The flaps may be raised with 11 ttle loss of height. will climb away easily with the flaps fully extended.

20 sec o limit ) Cooling .Maximum Cylinder Temperature for and emergency (5 minute 11mt) take-off (465'7 ) Maximum Cylinder Temperature for climbing and emergency cru.Hg. sing (60 minute UIl'.i t) Cylinder Temperature for Maximum cruising (41000F) Maximum Temperature emergency Minimum Temperature / {5 minute for take~off limit} and = grPC (1950F) ( 85°F) for opening up (cold) ~ 300C Maximum Temperature for climbing and emergency crui.) 2550 rpm (5 miDollmit) 49 51 2100 rpm 2050 rpm weak mixture Maximum for diving 2550 rpm (.in".ing for 2400 rpm (Full throttle) 2400 rpm (5 minQlimitj 2400 rpm (5 min 11m1t ) 0 2400 rpm (Full throttle) 2400 rpm (60 min olim! t ) 2550 rpm (5 minolim1t) 2300 rpm (-1051noHgo) 2:300 rpm (=400 .sing (60 minute limit) • Maximum Temperature for cruising = (175°F) (160?F) 30 psi (2 kg/cm2) Minimum Pressure in Flight Normal Pressure .Engine Limitations Maximum Speeds elld Fuel Consumption Limits Fuel Consumption Upper Limit lG/hr Li tresjhr 11025 51 Condition Maximum for Major 10 Major 19=3 take·-of'f Maximum for climbing Maximum for emergency Maximum for cruising Maximum cruis.

Consequently. . a manually operated flap was provided in the roof of the hood on early production aeroplanes. .. Emergency Exi't in the Air At speeds in excess of 120 mph (193 kph) it is difficult to open the canopy by nonnal. It was subsequently found that the canopy will open easily at high speeds when a cockpit ventilator is in the open position or a knock-out panel is removed. the emergency flap has been omitted from current production.6 .4. methods. To assist the canopy rearwards in an emergency.

conditions and is not considered here. in pounds and the moment arms ia 11\ches . + Load Momenta the position loading may be considered are as follows2 As shown in the accompanying example.91) Aft Limit The c.si on is determined t1 from th e following express 1Q:A: (Tare weight x Tare MOlUent 'fare Weight . = Tare Moment distance Total Weight .Arm) + (Weights of Loads x their Moment . lies within the spe~ified limits of ccgo travel.g. If the e. Tbe.CHAPTER 5 LOADING AND C. while loads behd ad the vertical line have positive Iloment arms. DATA (See Plate Noo 5~1) 5. DatUIB~ This point has been arbitrarily selected and lies 42.ce~tre of ~rEl. .gg~ng pcst td on.11 O~72 inches ahead of da.go above or below the horizontal datull line is of minor importance under normal. Weight a:ad Balance Certificate.1 'General .o The approved limits of travel of the for the aircraft Forward Limit 8.0 inches aft of the engine firewall.. The c .. co€. the Locatd on bel. in this weightc Before att_enpt1ng to calculate the cogo position at: a loaded . vertical line through the datu point its .g e po.tUlll (-0072) fuel . even When the l~d.g 0.Ulollentar:m is taken as negative. If the load is forward of a. .g.. as shown in Plate Noo Sol. are wholly or partially expended.ArlIs) f Total Weights of Loads . the aircraft satisfactory for safe flight.fore or aft of the datum point. for the eapty weight and a list of items of equipllent which are included...e 1lU5t always be within this range.~i (e ~g:) of the aero~lane ~s deterrline11 ty with the a.ircraft an tae n... G.91 inches ahead of datwn (-8. The position of the c. the calculation gives of thee"g. and e· aircraft.ng found by taking moments about a fixed point called the e. reference should be made to Part D of the. The Loads are measured..

) Fuel (1 Imp.in. Empty Oil (1/2 J.143 +6.g.L.inwheel_sor ma±nwheel jacking' points.mp.) 180 190 190 1.M.143 +6.860 and oil.1) and both centre of gravity positions are within the permissible limi.970 990 -2.l 5.l.A. Mechanical or electrical scales with a capacity in excess of 1000 pounds ~re satisfactory for the measurement of the load at each of the ma.'! Moment Arm IngJles . Item Weight Pounds .1 Typical. and items aft have positive moment arms. Weiwt Pound.) 82 .24 -7.31 Gal.6 . Weight. Ib.75 +32.0.015 the as at the end of a flight.2 Method of Wei~ To determine the centre of gravity pOSition.277 23 - 6.Loading Example A sample loading calculation is shown below.194 -2. For the tailwheel measurement.277 4 .1.chute aft Gross following With minimumfuel would app1y~ . 5.6. an accurate small scale with a capacity of about 250 pounds is necessary. . Gal..ts.in.0.70 -.evel laterally and longi tudinally.6 2.7 . Empty Oil Fuel 1.ntroduce a considerable error in the estimated e.194 -5.106 (2-1/2 Imp . location. 1. smcea small error in the weight reading at the tail rlll i.9. Note that items forward of the datum.970 176 -44 -ll.Mome~tArm Moment Inches.7 (25 Imp. the above loading is satisfactory for flight. Weight.) -44 -1l. the _aircraft must be weighed with the tops of the canopy rails l. Gal. Pilot and parachute forward Pilot and par8. have negative moment arms.24 -7..668 Since the maximum gross weight is less than 1930 pounds (Chapter 1.1.men~ 1b. I t is import/ant that the· canopy be closed after levelling the aircraft and before weighing.75 +32. Gal.177 Pilot Pilot Gross and parachute forward 190 _12Q ~d parachute aft 1.

0 14 Specification PROP~5.5 1 Main undercarriage.l 5. rubber 2S. metal No. Engine Mounts.CHIPMlJNK ationality-and N Ma~k~ _ ____ The undermentdoned i tams are included in the ~~lb.l) 3 7 •.A. screened (Included in.!' tubes and brake units. 2 blade fixed pi:tch wood~ -55 -90. Item 2) Propeller ~ de Rarll1and. complete with carba. spark plugs. tare figure The tare of moment is Quantity I telll Ib.reiiter~ magneto..in.2ea. 5 -90. Mounts. 1 fixed Propell er . complete with carburetter.O. corlindsr cooling daflebtors. . magneto.]Iairey. dual fuel pump and -67·5 screened ignition 1 set Ignition harness. tires.30 Major 10-3. (Included 1 set 1 Harness . 315 -68.2 ~ Aircraft and Balance C/flrtificate Registration Type .de Rav:Uland Gipsy Major lC. -16.1 1 Engine . Engine rubber- pi tich. 2 blade ~ 28.-1002~ Issue 12. :Weight Pound~ Moment A:rm Inches Includeg 1 Engine .-.0 A6666lX2 or 94J.L.3A/X1L 2 2. less wheels.5 -55 I gnitieD Harness .de Havilland Gipsy 3..DHC-l . cylinder cooling deflectors· t spark plugs I dual fuel pumps and unscreened ignition harness.unscreened in Item. painted on the outside of the aircraft.

tire tube .U.5 1 or 2 Instrument Panel 1 Tachomete~ .5 6.Pioneer 1821-2A .7 + 19. Size .7 1 or 2 Tachometer .7 1 or 2: Airspeed Indicator .19.5 0.A.2!: 1 or 2 Compass.Goodyear.9 ea. Size 2.8 1.14 or + 19.K ollsman 218-011-600 1 or 2 Tachometer .14 or + 19.14 or .Part "All (cont' d) Weight ~ 5.2! 6A/282 + 19.50-4 and +186.5 + 19.2 Quantity 1 1 Weight and Balance Certificate ~ Tail undercarriage.I6D or W 1 or 2 Compass.6 3·5 . Model No.14 or + 19.14 or with compensation and mounting . tire and tube Main wheel.7 + 18 I I.7 .3-A3 I or 2 .Gauge 0.16 or 1. . tube and brake unit .S .Q! £!: .8 0.Pioneer 2010-3A.9 0.9 MomentArm Inches Included +178·5 16.1 0.9l: .7 .14 or 0.Firestone.7 .Pioneer 1828-2A 1 or 2 Compass.Pioneer 22A02-2EI-1-Al 0.L.Pioneer 18AOl-lE-Al .7 AW 2-3/4 .7 . tire.l 5.00-6 I Tailwhee1 .14 or .14 or -14 + 19. .7 + 19.o taco . less wheel.Pioneer l4\Ol-6EI-1-A3 or Airspeed Indicator 1 or 2 Airspeed Indicator . PD-l27.

tor.14 or S. Sperry + 19.7 + 19.L.5 1.14 or I or 2 Oil Pressure Gauge .7 + .7 .1718-lA-Al 1 or 2 Turn and Bank Indicator Pioneer 1700 .4 1.5 1.0 4..£r 1.S .Kollsman Mk.4 + 19.Kollsman .7 + 19.7 5.S.Gauge 0.14 or + 19.w.7 + 19.Pioneer 1 528-2E-B 1 or 2 Oil Pressure MomentArm I nches I neluded 0.Kollsman 0.UK or 14JiD 1 or 2 Turn and Bank Lndt.14 or .Pioneer 17AOI-lEl-1-Al EI 1 or 2 Turn and Bank Indicator Pioneer .0 .14 or 1 or 2 0il Temperatute G'.A.7 .Pioneer 2.14 or .Item .8 + 19.Pioneer 15A03-lEI-I-A1 .14 or . XIV A (fAA/3 or 6A/685) 1 or 2 Altimeter .201 1 or 2 Artificial AN-5736-1 1 or 2 Directional AN-5735-1 Horizon.14 or -14 .5 0.ge U.7 + 19.5 1. lB* (6A/942) 1 Pitot .lA-Cl 1 Oil Temperature Gauge Pioneer 24A05-lEI-I-Bl .es.Static 373 D Head .14 or + 19.4AOl-lEl-1-Al or 1 or 2 Oil Pressure Gauge .Q!: 0.7 + 19.2 Quanti'§y Weight and Balance Certificate .l 5.2 + 19. Sperry Gyro.O .5 + 19.2 .7 .14 or + 19.14 or 1 or 2 Rate of Climb.2! I or 2 Altimeter . Pioneer 1610-lB-Cl or 1 or 2 Rate of Climb Indicator Mk.4 AW-1-7/S .£r 1. Gauge AW 1-7/8 .6 1.7 .7 .7 .Part "A" (cant' d) Weigkt Pounds 1 or 2 Altimeter .14 or .3 0.U.14 or .2I Gauge .

0 .4 4. QL type» front Pilot! s Safety Harness .4 0.O instrum.0 connections J.3 for and cables and connecting . Pyrene ~ 1 pint Canopy with break.0 1 1 1 Aluminumtv_.0 RPMDrive 1.31.5 .0 Front rudder bar bar tube .10.5 for + rod 1 1 9. QL Wpe jj rear o + 1. + 28.10.5 LO 1.2W'eight and H Balance Certificate .10.0 8..8 2.L.7 4.0 1 1 1 Front control column Rear ~ontrol column Hand fire extinguisher.enta 1 Pilotu s Safet.5 1 + 37.0 Rear rudder + 3.0 .-out Map Case panels + 2).0 4..0 5.6 .1 3.Part Weight Pounds IIA" (conti d) Moment Arm Quantity Item roohes Included 1 or 2 Venturi 1 j Sperry 640600 1.0 ea. .22.l 5.biJlg instruments Brake controls Brake levers 2.A.7 .y Harness.20 0.0 1 1 26.37.0 1 1 Rudder bar connecting Miscellaneous + 5.5 1.

Grimes .Rotax NavilJ8. . Navigation Light (Tail) .39 .45 Vacuumrelief 1 or 2 Battery .4 0.5 28 ea.A2064 - 7 +208 . Bend.l 5.53 .5 1 0·5 .5 2 .Willard _. Rotax B1804 Set wiring for generator Voltage regulator F .45 + 10 .Grimes . of removable equipment.H. Quantity 1 1 1 1 ).45 Type 4.2 (conti d) PART "B" The undermentioned items.5 valve 0. 23.47 .4 Rotax Eclipse Socket 8.47 .L.Exide 8i's-9F + 54 + 54 1 or 2 Battery .A.5 ea. AW-12-25 1 17 ea. Item Electric starter.i:x: Weight Pounds MomentArm Inches Included 18 18 .in. comprise the total weight of lb. at the weights shown against each item.5 ea.Exide 6AC7-1 1 or 2 Battery .45 397/5 Fuel Filter.tion Lights (Wing Tip) .43 .0406 1 1 1 1 1 set 1 n. excluding radio apparatus and radio parts.27 Battery Mount Wiring for battery Generator. Solenoid Hand starter. Type C-lA 1.2 .+ 54 7 + 10 .Model E.55 1 1 1 1 Ground starter Generator Cooling Duct Vacmum pump 3.S '3 4.5 0.+ 54 1. Rotax Eclipse Type 756-5 Electric starter. The moment is lb.

b and mount 1. Electrical panel and switches Panel LH Panal RH light . 24 volt operated Set wii"ing for electric intercommunication set Instrument flying hood First First Aid Mounting Ai.8 +4 7.5 1.20 1 1 1 1 Electric Intercommunication installation.A.0 0.5 2.dKi't.8 6. dry cell operated Electric Intercommunication installation. Grimes G3200or G300l Starter switch. Rotax H-260l wi th 350 Watt 2-fi.1 5.0 + 8: 1 or 2 Landing Lamp.2 2 4.0 0.L.1 0. PoUnds Inches Included 1 0.2 Quantity 1 1 1 Weight and_Balance Certificate Item Wiring for wing tip lights Wiring for tail Cockpit lighting Electrical Electrical. Grimes ST-250 and wiring 1 1 or 8.5 + 28 + 00 + 10 1. Leach 5058 .0 2.Part "Bn (cont' d) Weight Moment Arm .9 0.5 7.4 +8 + 8 Landing Lamp.8 1.14 + 1 4 1 + 54 .2 1 +120 2 + . Spencer Klixon C6363-3-S tler~amIDer Master swltch s Cu 8701 DPST Master switch relay.lament buJ.5 1 1 3.0 0 . 1 1 1 + 26 + 26 1 1 Ballast in tailcone~ as necessary (no""Ge amount) Landing Lamp.7 5.

Outler-Hammer 8200 Filament Switch. Spencer Klixon.33 - Wind Driven Generator. Landfng Light.2 Quantity 1 Weight and. Landing Light.1 0.ches Ltm!! Circuit Breaker Switch.L .0 - .Part Weight Pounds II Bn (conti d) MomentArm In. Navigation Lights.2 +4 D-6751-1-20 1 1 Luggage 0·5 16. . Cutler-Hammer 8210 Circuit Breaker. Balance Certifica te .18 . Champion W1520 22 14 1 set 1 Blind Flying Screens Tail Pipe for Heater 4.0 .2 + + + 1 I 4 4 1 0. tray Included 0.1 + 4 4 ~ 0.0 7. Spencer Klixon c-6363~1-10 tanding light switch.1 0.r • A.1 5. Spencer Klixon. D-6751-1-5 Circuit Breaker.

of removable radio apparatus and radio parts.l 5.2 (cantU d) The undermentioned items.-9 Radio General Electric AS-l-C and Mount includingg 1.0 f"· . comprise the total weight of lb.0 24·0 1 Receiver 'l'ransmi tter Power Supply 6. Weight Poundfl IiCh~s + 52 + 52 + 30 + 52 Moment Ann or Included 1 1 1 1 1 Murphy Radio Mount for Radio Set wiring for Radio S.0 10.0 1.22 1 + 14· . The moment is lb.T.A.L. in. at the weights shown against each item.R.

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it muat be maintained scrupulously clean. the proprietary material "Klad Polish" (See references at end of Chapter) can be applied by hand with a raga sponge or mechanically operated toolo The sponge can be used repeatedly i rags should be Changed as often as they become dirty. abrasive compounds must not be used points are indicated in Plate 6.101 6.10 606. cloth when it starts to dry" One ope. areas behind the exhaust staoks. The engine and engine installation should be cleaned at least as often as every major inspection to remove accumulated oil and other 50110 Gleaning agents containing in any eire umat.. Then as the powder Is wiped offa ths Wax spreads and produces a hard co~tingo 6 6. The engine should be grounded and all elec= trical accessories masked to prevent their saturation with wate:ro 0 0 .ratIon may be saved by sprayiDg nad.2 For cleaning tue eng me .6~4 Parking i) iii) 11 ) Lock all main flight controls (Chapter 3)0 Tether aircraft and chock wheels.1 The exterior may be cleaned with a recognized proprietary aircraft cleaning compoundD and if performed frequentlYe only polish1ngw1ll be required" For example. The exterior fuselage should be cleaned approximately once every day or at least every three days of servlae.ancaa . a number of proprietary compounds are suitable These can be dissolved in a petroleum base solvent· and applied as a spray or mopped on the surface~ allowed to remain for 10-15 minutes. battery compartment and the like should be cleaned daily. The landing gear~ flap cut-outs. Rubbing should be continued in application until polish turns black and surfaoe feels smooth and free from dragg The polish 1s then allowed to dryo The dry pOWder 1s then easily whisked off with clean alotbs 0 0 6 0.f' . Merely spread a thin coat and rub lightly with a clean. Fit enginel! propellerp windscreen and pitot-head cov er a ..60102 It 1s desirable to apply wax to the polished surface in order to avoid oxidation and to reduce the required frequency of polishingo "Klsd Wax" 9 for example» may be applied with a soft clotho Use sparingly and do not rub in. and then hosed down With water 01' blo\vu oft with compressed airp followed by wiping with a clean rag. Wax on the gray powder left aftel' the polish dries. A wing cover is advantageous under winter cond1tlonso Jack1ng and Slinging Jacking and slinging Cleaning the Aircraft If the potential life of the airframe is to be aChieved.

Grease and oil may be removed with a soft cloth saturated with kerosene.6. benzine. etc o corp. I R. sponge or chamois may be used. Toronto p Canada New Jersey.6 3 The windshield and canopy should be cleaned with mild soap and water e A clean grit-free soft cloth. car bon t e trachl or id e s fire ext ingui sh er flu ids or La eq uer thinner So 0 0 CHAPTER 6 PUBLICATIONS Item Gleaning Manufacturer R. Catalogue entitled "Aviation Chemicals" also Mort Gooch Maintenance Manual !II Polish .Ho11ingsh.:. white gasal ine or hexane Do not us e aviat ion or ethyl gasoline i acetone.M.MoHollingshead Camden ~ Canadian and REFERENCES Reference Corp. j Agent Compounds.srl 1130 Bay Street.

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. Both systems are manually operated by interc_onnected levers wh:lch project from the control box in front of each control co Lnmn . Each tank contains a sump and drain p.s are filled independently and cannot drain into one another.2 Servicing It 1s recommended that fuel having a rating not inferior to 80 oct ene . A ball check valve is incorporated in the vent assembly to seal the vent when the aircraft is invertedo The complete fuel system is shown diagraromatiGally on Plate alternative methods of contzro. Caution: Do not use alcohol blended fueL Alcohol is a solvent of the material from which the "Pliocelfl fuel eells are made.L Lever . In the ©urrent production aircraft the control 1e"1.'61'8 perate a sslee:tor val· . and t'uel leaving the tanks passes through non-return valves to a co~n "T" junctiolJ.1 DeBcr! pt ion 7..FOEL AND OIL SYSTEM Fuel System lPlate 701.Gallons (6~ I1tres). Each cell has a capacity ot 13-1/2 Imperial. an "on=off" cock is operated by the pilot's ccnt.L.Lug .. 701 with 0 701. The maximum whieh may be carried in Series -2 aircraft with two orewD and full military equipment is limited to a value stencilled on the aircraft. Each cell has a filler cap and a float type~ mechanically operated fuel contents gauge~ flush mounted on the uppal" surface of the willgo The gauges show in large white figures the tank contents when the aircraft Is in flying pOSition and in smaller green figure's the contents in the "tail downtr attitude" The cel1.zo.1) Fuel is contained in two "'Pliocel" synthetic rubber fuel cells located in the "Df' nose at the wing r-oot .. .'EoL. The fuel cells are thus distended to prevent any possibility of co Ll apse . and not having more than 4 coco T. the latter projecting below the lower surface of the wing for accessibility The fuel tank vent orifices are located on the upper surfaces of the wingso These ensure that the fuel oells are always pressurized to the extent of the dynamic pressure on the orifice created py the airspeed of the machf ne .. ~ which allows fuel to be o e drawn from the selected tank to the engine~driven DHoAC fuel PumpsD Type A-IO-lAo Alternati vely 9 on early models fuel may be drawn from the tanks simultaneouslyo In the latter case . per gallon be uaed .g than via the cock to the pumps on the engine" In eitther system an additional -ruel filter~ Type C~IA may be installed in the pipe line to the dual pUIl1PSo No .

To drain the fuel in. plug and . It is drained by opening the drain valve in i.l i sh this" A fuel fllterg if installedp will be mounted on the :port engine bearer. For oleaning or replacement. It must be wire locked.lug . d) Remove the four AS 1885/5B (4 BA) bolt.ng Thi 8 valve rot atas left hand to open and right hand to close. One gasket is fitted to each face of the banjo. f) Remove the eight AGS 249/22 (4RA) countersunk head screws surrounding the wing opening for the cover plate.sk~t& This plug 1s located illllllediately outboard of the wing root fillet and just fon. to check this by hlowing through the vent air intake In the event of damage to the Pliaeel fuel e al. The wing nut must be wire locked on reassembly of the '~~ito 0 The fuel flow through the fuel system should of at least 19 Imperial Gallons (86 litres) per hour. Ig) Remove the cover mounting plater part number 01912p wide gasket . by using the Pli. Aircraft Coo or ·the Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.t these pof nt s .nt to each sump (when a fuel saleettor valve is fitted) or the DHSo36/12 coupling to each non-return valve (when the system employs an lIon~offt!cock). the pipe lines it is necessary to disoonnect the Hose Al516 at the banjo joi. It is It is possible orificeo be at the rate important that the fuel 061. from the fuel cell sumPD part number 01849 This is done by removing the AGS 1135/C banjo bolt and the two DRS 55/4 gaskets. is available either tram the de Havilland. . number 01911~ and nar-row gasket p part number 01909 These will be left loose by operation "til 0 0 To remove Plioael flexible Fuel Cell from wings: a) Drain fuel cell by rerooving the AGS 566/B drain DRS 55/2 gasketo b) Remove wing root fillet.erd of the apar . If it is not desired to drain the fuel cell completely I it should only be necessary to allow a small quantity (about 2 or 3 fluid ounces) of fluid to drain out before replacing the plug The plug must be wire locked using 18 SWGlooking wire. AGS 566/B (1/4 BSP)!l witb DBC 55/2 aluminum gi3. Wing fillets must be removed to accomp.Dismantling Procedure c) Remove the special banjo fitting part number 01850.ocsl Field Repair Kit which.s which secur-e the sump to the bottom skin of the wingo e) Remove the fuel t~nk filler opening cover plats.1 vent assembly be clear. repairs can be made. part. This allows the ce. by removing the six AS 1885/5B (4BA) button head bolts. slacken off the wing nut and clamp and remove the lower cBst. 0 Only the fuel cells can be drained 8.L.ing.ll to partially collapse into the tank bay.(oont~d) The fuel cell sump is drained by removing the wire locked p. part number 01913.ts lower c asi.

and the gasket9 part number 01914i by removing the tive AGS 247/ 17 (2 BA)cheeae head bolts and three AGS247/15 (2BA) oheese head bolts The shorter bolts are for the three holea adJa .t p1.. new rod assembly 1s inst8. wa:r...] (cont 'd) h) In ord. 113 retained by eleven AGS 245/22 (4 BA) round head screws with AGS16o/B waaherso The Parker Kalan screws se"" curing the control column sock to this panel should also be 8.w 0 Rl"ANT Do not disturb the length ot this rod assembly...mbly 9 part number 01907 p and l"emove this assembly together with gasket~ part number 019060 k} Remove the SCrews replaced temporarily 1n operation "h"o 1) Remove the four AOS 249/22 (4 BA) cOUDteraunk head screws re-s tain1ng the fuel tank vent a1r intake to the upper surface at the wingo support the vent body from inside the tuel cell during this operation tak~g care to remove and retain the check ball from the vent body and the two gasketss part num .od ot the front controlcolWl1D" This panel i part Dumber 01282p. In the event that a..11eda it must be adjusted so . tiOD "1'''0 i) Remove the tu e 1 gaug e ~ Ge ne ral El act ric number 57697-3.n and SP4/D6 pin~ .stem.er to support the iil1er opening sump to assist further disassembly 9 replace temporarily the screws removed.n. b) Remove the 'Portion of the control box cover immediately tor.. a :fmilar approved seal illS eampound 0 - NOTE 0 ...y wi th Parker "Seal ..) To remOTe tuel"" (iOCk ·8:·s6:~bly r. 0 j) Remove the eleven AGS247/22 (4 BA) cheese head bolts and AGS162/B spring wBshers~ Bnd the four AGS249/22 (4 BA) countersunk head bolts which retain t-he fUler Deck and cap asse. c) Disconneot the rod assembly~ part number 019599 tram the fuel cock lever arm by removing the AGS166/2 spli. n] PUsh the fuel cell drain sump up into the tank bay until it1s well clear ot the root ribo 0) Withdraw the fuel cell s part number 01920 (lett hand) and part Dumper 01930 (right hand) complete with drain sump~ vent body and tiller opening sump. bel' 03203~· which are leeated between the vent body andwin8 skin and between the wing skin and air intake m} Unfasten the four dome fasteners holding the fuel cell to Q cent to the filler neck.701. . In opera . \1be" or 8.... Drain comple·te fuel ~sy. removed 0 . through the tiller assembly the root bt the tank bay~ wing openingo On reas sem:blyg ell 0 ontact '1 ns surta eesot ga sket s 9 etc and all screw threads should be coated th1D1.

! when the Cioakp1t levers Bra Remove the six AGS 605/00 (Jubilee type) 'olips at the fuel cooke The two clips.jor 10 or Major 10 HandbookG and a suet-Len f'ilt·er are are described in detail Servioing Engine oil r.2 An A\.'I7'tnumber 01894/2.0 litres) o.5 lUres) air space~ is mounted on the forward face of the firewalL tlooling air is scooped in on the port side cowling.1 gallon (4.iller cap and dip~stic". away from cock and remove the fuel c oek aasemb.A Ko eh+sr dral n cock 9 part number K 16 258 ~ is fi t ted und er port side of the tank. duoted around the oil tank and exhausted through a Louvr-e on the starboard st de .!to~Klean pressure oil filter in the engine.tions stated: Q Condition Tropical Arotic Temperate Winter Vi8cositv 120 100 80 60 .2.e 7.2.may be used. 7.2) The oil t ank .E.onforming with Oanadian Goverrun:ent Purchasing Standards Committee Specifications 3=GP'= :Serie3~ British D.2472 or .(cont'd) 0) (oontid) that the fuel in the d) HOff~ positioDo cock is fully of. of 2-2/3 Imper~al Gallons (12. These components Gipsy Ma.D. part number 018909 ~omplete with two pipe assel1lblies~ part number 01888. e.AN~O=8(Reference .cketp part Dumbex' 01883~ and.Iy . This aock is spring loaded open or closed and does not require wire locking 0 e inoorporated in the 7.1 01~ System Desoription (Plat.il capaoity p plus . The following grades Brs recommended under the condl. Aocessto through a quick release starboard side G the combined f.csnt to the fuel cock secure the cock to the mounting bra.kis gaIned panel in the oil tank Gaoling shroud at the the .dja.Chapter IIp pera 110305) . should be removed last 0 e) the SHde the hose couplingf!~ pa.2 7.

These are located on the aft face of the firewall in the cross Support channel 1) The 011 tank. Remove this cove. by removing the S400/BAl (L. part number' 05010 1) Remove ti\e six AGS 245/21 (4 BA) round head screws. at the oil t.ee type) clips at that point. at the oil 0 tank by removing one of the AGS 605/1 (Jubilee type) clips at this point" d) Disconnect the oil tank vent~ part number 0601.AGS605/0 (Jubile.ank by removing one of the .2.3 D. at the oil tank by removing ODe of the two AGS 605/1 (JubH.. by removing the lower pair at li6y/cs (2 BA) slotted nuts with AGS 166/3 spli<w pins and AGS 160/c washers. c) Disconnect the oil inlet pipeg part nlllliber1107. par-~ number 017165 by removing one of the two \GS 605/00 (Jubilee type) clips at the drain box and undoing the u. number 01099~ at the drain box (beluw the oil tank) and at the first joint forward 01' the drain box~ by remoying one of'two AGS 605/1 (Jubilee type) cl:ps at each pointp and remove the pipe. remove lower engine cowling panel. with AGS 160/1'3 waBhers~whieb retain the inlet and shroud assembly (port side) to the firewall. AGS 160/B washer and 6Al/IE bolt~ and remove the oil cooler inlet and shrOUd assembly~ part number 0522.ism~tling Procedure a) Drain oil tank.7.e type) clip. part number 0550p can now be withdrawn dOWll= ward and forward and removed from the aircrafto 0 .r. k) Slacken off the 011 tank mounting cablesg ]art number 0563. t) Remove the Indue+ ton drain p i pe . e} Disconnect the crankcase lower b!"Elsther pips» part.s at this point . BA) stop nut . b) Disconnect the oil return pipe~ part nwnber 01108.nion nut at the induction manifold on the engine g) Remove tha ruel pump lovrer drain pipei part number 02841~ by removing one of the two AGS 605/00 (Jubilee type) clips at 0 the drain box and also at the first joint forward of the drain boxo h) Unfastfn the two sai"ety pi ns ~ part numb ar H20387 ~ and wi th~ draw the two hinge pins9 part number 0519~ from the piano hinges at the top and bottom of the oil tank oooler cover. j) Detach the bracket from the DES 31/39 clip on the engine bearer .

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0 The Otaco tailwheel 0 is fitted with a 2050-4 tire and tubeo an installa- 8 1040 The undercarriage has been designed to accommodate tion of ski So Alternati ve1y a float chasei a may be fit tedo Maintenance • 80201 Tire pressures should be maintained at 20 to 22 psi (104 to 2) for the main wheel s and 35 psi (205 kg/ cm2) f or the t 8. The Goodyear single disc hy.UNDEROARRIAGE De. 0 units and 801 2 Each main wheel 1s supported by a single cantilever leg which contains the shock strut. Eaoh undercarriage leg is retained in a wing housing by a single nut. 1.smaintained in alignment by a hinged torque link. The strut which contains compreSSion rubbers or an oleo shock absorbing unit is attached to a hinged fitting on the ta1lplane front spero The ta11whael landing loads are thus taken into the fuselage through the main ta.101 The landing gear consists of two main undercarriage a fully castoring tail wheel.techments The tallwheel torkg at welded steel tube~ rotates in a bushed cylinder which forms the aft end of the tailwheel yoke. The shock absorbing medium is rubber.:~'()n parking or for can be obtained by meanEJ of a brake lever in each cockpit.')Unultaneous operai.scription (Plates 8. This fitting bas been en-gineered to withstand all possible twisting loads with an ample reserve. The wheel i. The flattened tubular steel yoke is attached to the aft face of the fuselage rear bulkhead by a horizontally hinged mounting..draulic brakes are differentially A light metal falring is attached to each leg by two AGS (Jubilee type) clips and can be readily removed. The top edge of the outer cylinder 1s serrated and engages with a mating part in t:le wing housing.1~ 802~ 8 3) 0 8. The wing housing 1s a built-up unit which spreads the undercarriage loads through the wing tiD"nose structureo The wheel a are standard Goo dy e ar type and are l' i tte d with 6000-6 tires and tubeso 80103 The tailwheel is mounted on a levered auspenat on .11 controlled running-up from the rudder bar. _. . A series of rubber blocks are compr-essed by the landing loads and the rebound is absorbed by similar blocks at the bottom end of the stroke.11= L 5 kg/ cm wheeL 80202 The main shock absorber struts re~uire very little servioingo Tecalemit grease fittings are provided where necessaryo Lubrication instructions are given in Chapter 110 .llplane at.

shrinkage washer and draws the 4 fork bearing plate more tightly against the lower bu... 1'his will restore the leg to its nQrmal lengtho The maximum number of extra rubbers that can be added is twoo When two additional rubbers and spacers have been inserted~ making a total of 30 compression rubbers per leg.. The tail cone must be removed in order to ga1n access to the t.. 3 2 follows: 0 0 0 0 Three versions of tallwhee1 shock strut are in service as 8 '2 3 1 Shock strut ~ part number 01440 iil('. Sorew in pIug and compres 8 e tl'U t d) Loosen 'plug and fully compress strut ~o allow excess fluid .203.ngo Oare should be exercised so as not to flatten this spring washer.ailwheel strut assembly.04 2 Wear in the tailwhee1 castor1ng action can be compensated for by tightening the A16YjJS (3/8 BSF) slotted nut at the top of t..8ton extended~ fHl w1'th fluid ".Specif1cati~n AN=VV~366 or DTD=5850 The filling p!ocedure is as follows: a} With casing epd up and pi...hrougb. the next sequenoe requires the complete replacement of all compr-s-aaf rubbers and also all rebound on rubber8~ part number 014790 This w~ll require 28 compression rubbers and 3 rebound rubbers per lego The complete cycle can then be repeatedo 0 8. number 03915.Tl indication that the rubbers should be replacedo 8~203o3 Shock strutp part.plug ~ole.on rubbers in time lose reslliencyo This can be compensated for by the addition of an ext·ra compression rubber when the apace in the cylinder becomes sufficiento In order to determine when this is required~ the measurement between the centres of the upper and lower torque link bolts should be checked periodicallyo This dimens10n should be approximately 900 inches with the aircraft sitting on its wheels at about its normal all~up weight less crewo When this dimenslon is reduced to 8 0 inchesp one additional compression rubber~ part number Ol433~ together with spacer~ part number Ol415~ should be mser-ted. pression rubbers or spacers" If these can be turned by hand it Ls 8.ake any trapped airo out c) ..shi.The compreeat.orpora t ing six compressi on rubbers ~ part number 01 01?:3~ one compression rubber ~ part number '03905~ and two rebound rubbers~ part number 01434 0 8...::ib. . This unit uses hydrattl1c fluid to. This nut bears on a DEB 33 Mk ..to flow:. part number OL433f one compression rubberp part number 03905D and one rebound rubber to part number 0+4340 The rubber blocks in the shock strut may in t. e) "Replace plug tightly o f) (Insert valve body) and inflate to 200 psi e p 8 .DU t plug hole.ime lose some of their resiliency and require replacemento This condf tn on can be determined by taking the weight off the tallwheel and attempting to rotate the com .he fork housing.2 Shock strutf part number 03907~ inoorporating seven compression rubbers. bj .

70 ino Ibo lrifIate tihe tnbe with sufficient pressure to force the beads into the taper of the rime Defiate tube so the beads wUI sett. Remove tube from t t re . Fitting b) a) Sprinkle tire talc .~ tnt':. 0 b) Remove wheel .Le Lnto place on the whe e. c l To provide even wear mark side'oIl"d. Place deflated t ube :l!l tire and ~nf1at8 oJ d) e) f} g) sufficiently to fill casing" I Replace outer half of wbeel~ putting valve stem through hole in wheeL Note: If used tire is be i ng replaced ~ it should be reversed from previous position" Replace .Dismantling 8 3. To remove axle and jack pad: a) Trestle alrcraft. Reinflate to proper pressure and fit valve cijPo 0 a} Jack up aircraft using Jack pads provided at.1 0 Procedure l~in Undercarriage To change a tire Unit 8.r . the inboard end of each stub axle. Tire to ~'fueel. b) Remove hub coveT plate by rsmoving the three retaining c) Remove the AGS156/31 a ph t pin and spec! al axle number 01467" d) Release brake disc by bending down clips" e} Slide wheel uffax~eo screws. :Noteo 'rube must be deflated bercre wneel is spli to b) Remove nuts from bolts holding wheel sec t Ions together.2tO casing.3 101 0 i a) Remove valve fitt~ngs and completely deflate tube.l . nut ~ pa:rt To remove brake unit~ a) Remove wheelo b) Slip brake disc from between fr~ctioD padsQ c) Disconnect brake line at bottom fittingo d) Remove four 22E (l/4 BSF) elastic stop nuts (or Aerotight EAl)~ washers AGS 160 D and 6Alj6E (1/4 BSF) bolts.:' half of wheel p fit nuts to whee1 bolts Note~ Use a torque wrench value of 50 .ll with chalk so tire may be z-evar-sed when replaced" r) d) Loosen beads of tire from wheel flm1geo e} Force tire iron well under wheel rim and pry wheel section freeo Remove other sect-acn i n aamo manne.

he bot tom ('1' the faiJ:'ing ratai.ves at.M!4BA stop nuts joining the r8ar edges of the fairingo b 1 Remove the slx AC'S 245/2} (4BA) machine screws at "(.A.1 l. wheelo '!'his dis·t..l of the cover plate o The complete uIldercal'riagt.. This :"equil'S'S appl'o:x:imai..cJ Remove spacer tube~ part number Ol466 u d) Remove AGS167/59 taper pin" from the undercarriage leg bottom fit tingo e .J-.:..<>6mblin.g make sure t..) slotted nut two AGS J 601E washers ~ 2Al5/10G {5/16 BSF J high tensile bo..nipg the rib p part number 02'797 c) Remove the two AGI:J.akan to ensure that each jack pad is reassembled 80 that the flat 1." b) Remove undercarriage lag fairing" c) Disconnect brake line top sur-race leg houef.ove und e:r carr:' age aJ Remove the five AGS 245/21 (4BA) machine 3creW3 and 22'l"'. eentz-e j oint by removing 9 . part number OJ416 t Q hrake line at the lower fitting" torque 11 nk hal. al Trestle aircraft.8 approximately parallel t c the ground when the Z. age be redUfJ6d by removing the wheel firsta To dismantle main undercarriage leg for :replacement compreSSion and rebound rubboZ's~ a) Remove complete undercarriage ':"eg from a. i.s axle Fean after assembling" 1 ee f ai ring ~ and To rSlJl.ircl-afto of b} Di aecnnect. e) Remove the . upper f1ttingu part number 01496p located on the of the wing direct.1 Axle ~ part number OJ. 605/:3 I..ance may d) Remove the cover platep at.lear-anee beneat-h "t" ".ls6 type) c lips which secure the fMring to the under-cer-r-i age le. c) Separate the AGS 166/3A 8 pl i t :pin 0 ill By/as (5/16 Em!.lr CT 6.ely 10 inches c.ng .ag can now be wi bhdr-awn dOl!'mlllard from the hcust ng.GS 166/12 sp.e i.lotted nut and JIGS :"60/H Washar expos<ea by the remova.Li t piD9 A16YjL3 ("1/16 BSF) iI. be t.l and b ush.n a tail " down positicn o The taper jack pado pin must be r~3placed \1!hen!·em.4 and j ac k pad 9 part number 01429 ~ 68 can now be withdrawn from the bottom fittingQ The brake unit does not have to be remove-do Ncrl'E~ The jack pacts ~ when drilled ~ ar-e not interchangeable port and sUITboard and care must.he fore and aft alignment is c orr-e at .ly above the under-carr1.g Note~ When replacing the fa1!'in.b:'. D Q To remove cOIlpletB undercarriage leg.

s.legp the 42E (3/8 BSF) at.l/29N (1/2 BSF) axle bolt a BSF) slotted To remove tail wheel fork: b) a) Trestle tail of aircraft~ Remove rudder fairingo 0) Remove tail coneo . rmmedf a- hJ Remove the two plugs9 part number 01475.G8 605 /4"[ (Jubilee type) clip located tely above the torque link upper hinge fitting". 0 Tail Undercarnage Um t ~ To r-emove tailwheel a) Trestle tail of aircrafto b) Remove the AGS 784/12 aplH pin9 Al6Y/NS (1/2 nut and 6A.age Le g .107 (conVd) d) Remove plug end. f) Remove the 42E (3/8 BSF) step nut ""'~C!!l the top end of the guide rcd.. the top end of the guide nod should be tightened until a dimension of 110 70 inches plus or minus 0 10 inch is obtained between the centres of the upper and lower torque link bolt.AGS clipo These plugs axe tapped for B 4 DA screw to assist withdrawalc i) llliow thE> leg to extend itself loading is expended~ gradually until the initial j) Piston assembly with the compression rubbers can now be vli thdrawn from th. 0 e ) Compress the leg slightly in a suitable fixture in order to take the initial l''Clu:i.cp nut at. Important~.ng off the rebound rubber-s..l. can be reached by a socket wrench of t he spark pI ug type wi th an extension hand Le . te on as sembl.y .803. liYhell reas sembling t. Contacting surfaces of sliding metal parts shouJd be lightly greased on assembly. positioned under this . part number 01476~ from the top end of the under-cez-rf. 'I'he other pins visible around the top of the leg are used to hold the top piston in the cylinder and no attempt should be made to remove these at this stage. part number 014110 This guide rod projects up into the top piston tube and the nut.he unt'le:renrriage .e cylinder assembly" The rebound rubbers will remain loose in the top pistono Additional compression rubbers may be added as detailed under I"'!Serviclng"" Note~ Lubricate the rubbers and syacers with powdered gr aph. 'rhis plug end is retained by means of a 3/8 inch diameter pin~ part number 01418 This pin is identified by a shallow drilled hole in the end. g) Remove the J.

aining t.a.. e) Remove the AGS 24?/lO (2 BA) cheese head machine screw from the top of the friction washer~ _part number 01438~ and remove this frict~on washero f) Tailwheel forkp par-t number 01430p can now be withdrawn frem the housingo To remove ta~lwheel a) b) c) d) assemblyo Trestle 1.lt :p1n~ 1716Y/rs (3/8 BSF) slot. ~ J:'art number 039220 Th:w will permi t the rebound rubbers to be replaced" Th.urns 16 SWG lOI}king wire a.e ret. e) Disconnect the t. Di sconnec t the to]) shock strut atcachment from t.scorme et upper end of t.split pi n.Lti.s is secured with three t. Al6Y/as (5/16 BSF) slotted nut .J.AGS 160t.Allow the shock strut to ext er d gradu.a. part number 03918" TW.8.!!: washer and 6Al/60G (5J~5 BSF) belto shock strut fer replacement of rubbers ~ To remove e'1r'l dIsmantle a) Trestle b) tail Remove rudder of arr-cr-arb.tly un til the lni tial loading is expendedo The tube assembly can now be withdrawn from "the sloUed tuba j 1 Unscrew retal n· ng disc.ted nut and 6Al/SJ t3/8 B'3F) bcl c .ailwheel YCk5 from the fitting on the rear face of the aft bulkhead by removing the AGS 784/3A split ptn .he Lm tial loading off the rebound rubber-so h) RemoYB the EBl (1/4 ESF) AeroUght stop nut and SA1/9E (1/4 BSF J bolt ret.!'ut by removing the AGO'l84/3A Spl.lning disc must 0 oJ Ramove tail conso be loc. g} GODlI)reSSthe sho ek str.ked in position on reassembly by means of staking.d) Remove the iillS 784/3]" s pH t pin g A16Y /JS (3/8 nut and DHS33 Mko4 shrinkage washer from the BSF) slatte top of the d fork housang . .he fi t'ting on the under-at de of the tailplane front spar by removing the AG-S160/E washer and 611. fair'ingo d) Disconnect lower end of' shock st.t each snd .he shock sb rut at taHplane fitting by removing the AGS '784/311.il of aircraft" Remove rud1eT' fall'ing" Remove t. Al6'Y/as (5/16 BSF) slotted nut~ AG3 160jE washer and SAl/lOG (5/16 BSF) bolto f) Remove ·1.11e leather boo t .he flan~ed ali de p part number014280 i) .ail cone. .ly in a stu ta bia f 1xture in order to take t.5/16 BSF] bo./IOG (.ut slight. e) Dr.

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' master cylinder and reservoir for each wheel~ a single hydraulic line from each master cylinder and the brake unit itself mounted on each wheel hub.<= CHAPTEI~ 9 '" SYSTEM BRAKE 9. conneotion . These reservoirs should be kept filled with hydraulic fluid. These are Goodyear "Single d i.3) Hydraulic brakes are fitted to the main undercarriage wheels of the Chi pmunk. Servicin~ 921 No adjustments to the brake disc are necessary during the life of the lining.202. The clamping act ion provides the necessary wheel b ra kmg . Pressure Bleeding .1 Description (Plate 3. be bled by· means of a bleeder plug located wi thin the wing fillet ~ immediat..ely behf. Bleeding the Brakes in ineffective Air In the hydrauliC system results This requires bleeding of the hydraulic brake systemo Each hydraulic brake line can. \'fhen the brakes are applied 9 hydraulic pressure forces a friction pad against the face of a floating annular disc keyed t o. The hand brake lever is set "half on" for differential action and 'full on" for parking 0 The hydraulic brake system consists o.1'_' revolving wlth~ lte wheel. This annular disc is backed up by a s ecc nd fixed friction pad . A cable linkage is used between the rudder pedals and the master cylinders and is ar-ranged to transmit differential or simultaneous action referred to above. An approved mineral bas e hydraulic fluid ~ to Spec if ica ti on AN= VV·O-36 6B~ DTD-585 or 3~GP~26-1947~ is to be used. l. While the Iuake s can be applied s Lmul caneous... cookpit control box.Iy for park ing 9 1 t Ls not desirable to leave the brakes so applied for long periods because of the pressure established in the hydraulic brake system.nd the spar and also by a bleeder screw on the inboard face of the brake housingo In order to bleed the brake chamber effectivelyp the cylinder head into which this bleeder screw is tapped must be located so that the bleeder screw is in the highest pos ition.s o " type and are operated simultaneously fOr parking by means of a brake lever in eacb cockpit1 or differentially for ground manoeuvring by the rudder bar.l1l1E of the a) Connect tank or pump to the bleeder brake. Access to the hydraulic brake master cylinders and reservoirs is gained by removing the forward top panel from the rront.Pressure Tank or Hydraulic Pt. action. 0 0 9.

!lit-hout.ank . apply the brake pedal rap id ly and force !l uid.1 (conVd) Connect a hOB e to the na s t er Clfl ind er reser-vo i.ne fingers wiil accomplish such closing.9.vly to brake nOFF" pos Lb i ou . 'fhlS dral'iS new fluid into the system :f'C'. ug and insert free end into a glass jar. Pine hiI1. This will r equir e a few min:uteSo 'Nhen the fluid starts to flow from the bleeder hos e .ac Le • The b I seder hole in i.r fill er pl.2. Nhile fluid is flowing restrict bleeder hose as described above before allowing brake pedal to return slO'. Perroit system to fill by gravity f'rom the supply t. till' ough the has e tnt 0 the rae ept.e eder has e w'ith t. Place the free end of the hose in a clean glass receptacle. Air Pre ssure b) a) Remove the b) e) d) e) top bleeder a cre\.g the bl.he brake must be cl 08 ed dur iug the r et.ur-n of the brake pedal to "OFF" pas it ion./ from the brake and ins ert in its place a standard b. System is then properly bled and hose should be removed.d is completely void of air bubbles. Then allow pedal to return slowly to full nOFF" position.2. . Release finger pressure on bleeder hose and push brake pedal on rapidly a~ain. e) Remove tank or pump conneetd cn. c) Apply pr eas ure and run fluid through the system until the fl uf.. replace bleeder screw and tighten.m the supply tank. Gravity Bleeding ~ .leeder hose. Repeat this operation until no more air bubbles come from bleeder hose.d r epLace f iller plug in res ervoir. d) Remove bleeder hose an.

60 Ibo 5 ~ 8 Lb . removable A hand lever on. Recommended cable Aileron Elevator Rudder tensions are: through zippered = Elevator trim tab (Bottom Cable) per Gable 55 lb.u'!:'nbuGkles that rudder 60 are in naut.bar . 02011). the __starboard side of the flaps" The control movements are transmitted and by cables running over jlulleysc 0 1001.adjustment of metal trailing edge tab~. The adjustable aileron and rudder control stops are located in the control box.ed trimming wheel in each cockpit Directional and lateral trim are obtained by ground . rear seat and adjust 'G.~ CHAFfER 10 ~ CONTROIS AND RIGGING (Plate 'Flying Noo 1001) Layout .Plate Noo 302) with a control stick Stick and pedals are each cockpit operates by connecting rods Controls (See CDckpit The flying controls are conventional and rudder pedals in each aockpi t . There is an additional external inspection panel in the fuselage belly behind the rear seat.~ not in a heated hangar-. mO'lBIl1t\ntsand general rigging data are ao. These should be cheeked periodically. Ensure that rudder control arms do not touch clamp (Part No.o ensur-e that the tensions are correct in outdoor temperatures. patches Cable runs in the wing may be inspected in the fabric UJ1del"surface of the wing. The elevator control stops are on the elevator bellcrank support bracket~ located on the aftmost fuselage bulkhead.:ral positiono Cable tension should be . Control .1 Longitudinal trim is obtained by meana of an elevator tab which is adjusted in flight by a hsnd-oper-at.r.surface given in Plate 1001.!' on the rudder and ailerons respectively. Under fNinter conditions care should be taken t. 60 lb. 0 Access to the flying controls in the fuselage is obtained by removing the seats and the control box covers.a Rudder To adjust 1) 2) the rigging of the rudder: Look the rudder to fin with rudder pedals Remove 80 lbo • 3) per cablso Remove clamp and e:xamine rudder travel (Plate 1001)0 Adjust travel to correct limits with stops on front rudder.

ssembly of the aircraft. When either handwheel is rotated in a nose down dlre~tlong the tr 1m tab trail i ng edge should r1se d J ." It' at some later inspection it is found that full elevator travel is not obtained ~ the elevator 9 control rod9 layshaft and rear bulkhead should be examined for distortioIL" b) Remove :r:ear seat (or cover pl.100102 (Cont'd) ~• fin post flanges when the rudder pedals are moved to full travel pas ition against either stoPa 4) Lock turnbuckles with . and are not adjustable" These stops are fitted and elevator travel checked on final 6. plate aileron in the .5 AUerons To adjust a' the rigging of the ailerons: Locate each aileron in the neutral pos ition wi th boarel (Par't No 00011) Set aileron 6 procket to ral pos ition (Plate No. Wire lock the rod adjusted positiono 0 0 incldenae the neut . or 9..!uivalent" Elevator of the elevator: travel (Plate No" 1001)0 Elevator stops are on the elevator layshaft support bracket on the rear fuselage bulkhead..le trim tab: turnbuckles on the inter-cockp1 t tab eontrol cables unt 11 the two handwhee Ls have their indexing marks in the same relative post tions Cable tension should be 0 5 to 8 lb.22 G" soft iron locking wire. 1001) by applying rigging (Part No. Bottom cable tension Should be 60 Ibo c) Check elevator travel.t the control column clears the front edge of the seat by 0 125 inches mrnfmum.ur nbuekfes with 2ZGQ soft iron locking wire or equivalent 0 0 1001.ate on rear fuselage belly) and with the elevator against the up travel s top . adjust the turn-buckles so tha.roar fuselage circui t unt 11 D wi th the tab neutral ~ (flush with elevator tra i11ng edge) D the indexing nark on the rear oockpit handwheel is at the neutral positiQn" Cable tension should be 5 . 8 lbo c) Ensur s that trim tab travels in the correct s ens e.. d) Lock turnbuckles with 22 Go soft iron locking wire or eq ui val ent 'ro adjust the rigging a) Exandne elevator 0 0 100104 Elevator Trim Tab TO adjust the a) Ad jus t the rigging of tl.LOck t. b) Remove rear aeat .. Adjust turnbuckles in the . 02012) and ad jus t ing the length of the push rod at the aileron end .

pull and adjusted to give the engiIlS contral in the engine handbook e Control §:grface Movements eto 0 " travels noted 10.. dimension IIAil is measured from the most aft point of the bottom rudder rib (i. Rudder: Drawing 0043) MCMs.looktunot1ons proper11o . In both cases.No . Cable tension should be 55 Ibo • a) Removeaontrol column lock and adjust the a1leron stopa j located on the main rocks. 0043.5 (Oont 'd) b ] With the control column.90 B(DEGREE§l 00413) + 0. larger area than earlier rudders to Drawing No. b) AdjUBt the turnbu. located inside the wins root tairing on each sHea to take up cable slaCk" Do not ten. The latter were fitted to aircraft NO.63 27 +2 ~O . pus h.62 inclusive.3. e) MOve the flap control handle to tb... pound forae is applied at the aileron trailing.64 25. held in the neutral pos 1t1on by control lock (Part NOo"01900) 9 adjust the turnbuckles adjacent to each control chain so that the ailerons have no droop when approximately a 'a..8 1 .l + 1.haft between the rear rudder pedalS 9 to gi vethe alleron:travel shown on Plate .e "tlaps down" pos1t1onp anlialijust ..1001 . edge In' an upward direction.3 10. e. 10.1 Current production ai..1" Check for correct sense of movement" d) Lock turnbuckles with 22 Go soft iron laok1ngw1re or equivalent FlapS 0 (Plata 304) aables must be slack when "the blind lever· is in the "flapS up"poeltiong to ensure that the flap up.Uon the cableso The 1002 Engine Oontro}s 110 da 9 and may be inspected The engine oont. which has a greater chord and.:.ve the co.rrect f lap down travel (Plate No 1001) d) LoOk the push rcds and turnbuckleso 0 0 To adjust the r1gg1ng at' the .rcraft Lncor'por-abe rudder to Drawing No. 00413..flaps ~ a) Fully retract the flaps -and set the flap control handle in the "flaps up!fpos itlou.rols aree Oml ent tonal.okles on the flap aetuat1ng cabkes . that portion parallel to the fuselage axis).l 9.~ flap push rode at the flap end to gi..

Current production aircraft incorporate elevators to Drawings No.7 ~ 004$-9 00416-·7 10.62 inclusive. Elevator Drawing C(INS~ 10.25 to 0.6 11.4"t 0. A t points 11 Ell and IIFII values of 0. 10.6 1 .6 5.5 t J.4 inches on later production aircraft.7 + - ± 1.7 11.5 29 .4 1.4i1.ti'ace~.2 Earlier aircraf~. s 00416-7.lld adjacent parts of the aircraft are shown on P late No.0 ± 0. which have a greater chord and larger area than the earlier type.2 !:: 1. . Current production incorporates a narrower tailcone which provides at point !tEil a clearance of 0.10 inches were specified for early production models.7 Contro.8 D(INS) 4.1 Su.plearan~ Minimum clearances between movable surfaces 6.1.5 0.2. were fitted with elevators to Drawing No. The minimum clearance at point lip has been Lncr-eased to 0.3.6! 0.45 inches.7 QLqMS·1 26. • . NO. s 0048-9.10.

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Lll lL1.a swl vel ~ grease nipple 120B 120B lL1010 I1. ILl) Note: See alt erna t ive spec i"f1cat ions under Item 11.LS Battery Taihrheel cont aet.dercarriage joint = pin 2 grease nipples cylinder = and sprockets 30R or 7D 30H or 7D 30B: or 7D 30R or 7D JOR or 7D 30H or 7D DTD=577 DTD=577 DTD=577 DTD=577 Petroleum DTD-577 DrD=577 Jelly Main undercarriage g~ease nipple .. Grease: DTIl-57? 1101. So = Dellcranks ~ pivot points = fork ends in flying controls = rudder pedal assemblies .ras = engine tachometers ll.I. --torwhich tbere are no spsaifie requ1rements~ may be lubricated sparingly with oil or greaset . &naIl moving l'arts'that may tend to stick or squeak.1.. ~rts Re~uirlng Peri~dic Lubrication Parice Lubricant Oil to specification JIN~0-6A.= CHAPl'ER II LUBRICATION = (Plate No.4 30R or 7D DTDb577 .12 Tailwheel hub .'.106 Aileron control chain Flexible drl. 11. . Engine oil to Specifi= cation DED=2472 corrosion resistance is preferred) (The latter for a/o may be used if necessary.2 Elevator trim tab hinge TaUwheel y'oke = 2 grease nipples scissors = 11. 01''7 nays/I2D hours/at overhaul..hand brake lever = ~~gine cowling fasteners and hinges = canopy let_hese 3=GP~J35~1947 or 3=GP-13~1947 maxtmnm l!owever.grease nipple Mainwheel hub 120B 120B DTD=5B8 DTD=577 Main and tail ski axles .103 11. Periods~ 30 hours nol lLl. 3.Illi-o=6A Main un.

204 B-44.3 Bowden cable for trim tab 11.3 See engine and accessory manufacturers~ handbooks for lubrication of engine~ starter.. if necessary.3. generatorv magneto9 landing lamp.Jelly 11.2472 C/O = when inlet temperature between zooe and =10 C DED-2472 = when average daytime temperature below n/o -ro?c ( If 14°F) DED=2472 AlO 11. 2.Repack DTD-577 DTD-577 Bowden Graphite Wax or Castrolease Brake Cable Lubricant or .2 Engine oil ~ when inlet temperature over 700e (158°F) DED.]. A light application of paraffin wax will be sufficient. NOTE Oilite bearings.Petroleum .3 MiscelIaneous Anti=seize grease for dressing spark-plug threads DTD=392 11. clean and relubricate to directions in Dilite Catalogue 1. Examine bearings and.. The lubricant would attract foreign matter with the resul tant tendency to cause malfunctioning and inpreas~ wear. Do not lubricate the cockpit canopy tracks. p 11.11.2 Parts Requiring Lubrication at Time of Overhaul Lubricant Control cable pulleys Ball bearings .2. Do not lubricate Cuntrol cables or fairleads. gyro instruments v etco Hydraulic fluid for brakes (Chapter 9) .

3 m~:a.rnat 1·!f9 S SPECIFICA'l'ION Easo Aviation AN~O~8 Grade 1120 3~GP=120~194 7 DED=2472 BID AN=C=8 Grade 1100 3=GP~lOO~194 7 DED=2472 A/O AN~O-8 Grade 1080 DE!}"2472 C/O Aero Shell Texaco BaAo Aviation 011 120 Aviation E'ngine Oil 120 White Ro.d=l Grease 5 High Taillpo B=Aero Grease Strona HtoL Low DTD~577 AN=G=_3A 3=GP~681=1947 Grease .GP=26-.4 Compound Grease 67 Tempo I3~Aero Amber DT~392 .AN=C=147 DTD=585 ft:N=VV=0=366B r. 100 Oil 100 Engine Oil 80 Avoil 100 3~GP~80=1947 DTD~588 AN~G-5A 80 80 Oil 80 Avoil 80 High Tempo Grease Low Tempo Grease Anti Serize CompoUIl.·"· aU Instru= oil .11. fluid AN=o=bA .1947 AN=G=4 Grade AA Special 3=GP-13~194 7 or 3=GP=335=1947 8 Univis J 43 Fluid 4 Hydraulic oil AA B=Aero Hydroflo utility Grease Instru= ltt6nt Grease 3.se Oil 120 on 120 AVail 120 en 011 100 on Oil Engine 100 oi.e 110305 Spec iUca t10n Al te.

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of vibration" The engi a) b) De 120103 c. 10 2 The engine mount is a conventional welded steel tube frame I!!tructure attached to the front fuselage at fo1. engine developing 136/142 BBP at sea Leve l .e intereect the firewaJ. wood or meta..~ 9 direct drive 9 rotating in a counter=c1ockwise (left hand) direotiQllo The wooden -pr0peller is to de Havilland Draw1ng Noo CPo3298=18~ diameter 78~8 inchee~ blade angle 18° at 0 75 He The Fairey metal propeller has a diameter ofS ito 9 in. The tractor prope lier hi fixed pi t eh . four stroke p poppet val ve~ in~line ~ air cooled ~ inverte d . normally af!p1rated.side open upward$ prGviding provided to support the are secured when closed two en each panelo panels are llinged at the top centre line and full access to the enginso Sta.r) 1s powered with a· single de Havilland Gipsy Major 10 or Major lO~3 four cylinder.owling i i!!i formed in four removable panel a: Nose section Bottom panel c) d) containing the cooling air inlet" which is slotted for the exhaust manifeld and may contain a scoop for generator c@oling aiI'D Starboard side panel containing the carburetter air intake 8CGOp and the oil cooler air exhaust duct" Port side panel contains the oil GooIer air intake s eoop and may have openingl!lfor carbure et er flQQder control and fuel pump prj.ng panels end the fuselagEh of a stainless of the Air The fQrward end of the fuselage con15ists steel firewall Gomplying with all the requirements Regi stratI en BGaI'd €If Great Bri tain" Fuel and 011 Specifioatiens and 702D20P respeotivelyo are given in Chapters 7.U' pOints where the longeron.CHAPrER 12 ~ POV!IEl? UNIT 1201 120101 ~sc:ription The standard Ohipmunk OOC=l (Chapter r.. the open positio!lo These panels by means of hand €bperated spring loaded fastellers9 apace The engine cooling air is exhausted by way of an annular formed betwee:n the rear of the cowLl.Le in...102 0 . and a pit.L The engine is attached to the mourrt with four coni cal rubber shear mcunt s which permit freedom of movement ald 1'educe the transmhsiolil. full throttle 2400 rpm.ruing levero v The two .h of 5 34 reet . 0 0 12..c.y struts are cGwling pane.

.0 pints ll01 litres) per hour at economical cruising power.LoGo spark plugsg Type VI2 or Vol2-2 are fittedo 12 3 2 0 0 In addition to the above the ]fJajor 10=3 may be e quapped with a generator (Rotax B1804) ~ a vacuum pump (Pleasey B3 or B3X) and air compressor (Heywood SHSj2) or hydrauliC! pump (LGckheed Mko V or VI L ..2 Engine Performance Power Output ~For limitations see Chapter 4050 Oondition Full Throttle take~off Maximum contlnuo'I. or defective_ pressure gauge.pe.An automatic carouretter a. 136/142 138 49 cruising Reconnnended economical cruising power 2300 3750 fto {1140 m} 120 1900/2100 SoL.4 Qperating Procedure = Starting th~__§ngine See Chapter 40L4 Maintenance 12 5 1 0 0 and Repair of Engln~ Lew Oil ~esBure may be due to any of the following causesg -the cure for which 1s obvious.ir intake cGntrol a s coupled with the throttle linkage tn such a manner as to provide protected 120303 warm air from w thin the cowling for the carburetter at throttle settings corresponding to approximately 1850 rpm or lasso Above this speedp free outside cold air is used" 12. InsUfficient oil in t ank . air leaks in suction Pipes p suction or pressure ElI' scavenge oil filter choked.r.'75 85 0 2400 s.3 120301 Accessories and Equipment The Major 10 and Major lO~3 are equipped with dual fuel pumpsp dual oil scavenge pumpSg screened or unBcreensd ignition harness and a 12 or 24 volt direct craF~ing electric or hand startero K.12. 0 76/100 29 all consumption will range from 4 5 pint~ (2055 litrea) per hour at full throttle to 2.W cruising Maximum weak mixture Altitude BliP Fuel Consumption l~Hr Litres/hr 51 10. 12. stuck release valve~ choked pressure gauge pi. .

o 12. If the brass sheathing becomes loosened the prQpeller should be removed and repaired. allvwable difference between the track ef the two blade tips is 3/32 inaho The two drainage holes in each tip sheath must be kept clear at all timeso 120702 . 120703 The track of the blade tips sheuld also.701 Maintenance and 120601 12. At each 30 hour inspection the spinner liQSe should be removed and the propeller hub bolts checked fQr tightnesso This is particularly necessarv in the case af ne. A spinner fairing is attached to the propeller hub to'blend the spinner nose into the lines of the engine cowling.of too heavy a grade a Correot grades for different condi tions are qUGted abeve.602 Repair of_Wooden Propeller If a wooden propeller is supplied it should be inspected daily for damage to the blades~ complete adheSion of the fabric cever-tng and the security of the brass sheathing.7 12. If the f'abr'Lc is broken it may be repaired by means €If a doped on patch provldil'lgthe woed beneath the fabric is undamaged.Ll. nuts shQuld be evenly tightened to avoid throwing the propeller out of line but not over=tightened to crush the wood of t~e hub. be checked at this timeo The maximum. The propeller 1s bolted to the hub flanges by 8 b@lts which also compress the propeller between the front and rear hub flangeso The spinner is retained Gn the mounting stud by means of a washerp slotted nut and split pin. Loose fabric can be de ped down using a clear dope.gr any length of time and a heavy grade of 011 1s in use~ preheating the 011 1s an advantage under extreme c0ndltlenso It may be advisable to red~ce ventilation of the crankcase and all tank in order to k-eep the oil at a reas. Should the necessity of flying without spinner nose ariseg it is impGrtant to first remove the long stud which may otherwise break off in fllght.Qnable temperature 0 120502 For detailed instructions on the maintenanoe and repair of the engine and accessGriesp reference should be made to the Gipsy lC or Major 10 Engine Handbmok~ issued as a separate publicationa 1206 Propeller and Spinner The propeller hub is keyed to the crankshaft and retained by a hub nut which also contains the spinner mounting stud. Ii' the eng.er-s The .• Unsatisfaotory lubrioation in extremely cold weather due to using oil .1 pzo pe.ine has been standing out in the cold f.

8.ns and .Ld be etched and thoroughly inspected for "racks and 0ther flaws Blades with bends in excess of this amount are classified as 'fserlous1y damaged" 0 12.8 12.ns and AGS 748/B (2BA) slotted nuts retaining the crankshaft front aut locking plate and remove the locking platsp Part NoD 1900~39/1.nufacturer er an authorized repair agency. Minor surface dentsg searsg nicksp etc.desbent in face alignment may be coLd straightened if the bend does net exceed values ranging from 180 at the tip to OQ at the root.801 Maintenance and. Three of these washers are fitted under each nut.af Metal PrGlpeller Where applicable the procedure described above for the wooden propeller shoufd be followedo A sex'iously damaged aluminum alillY propeller should be repaired only by the ma. C 1 Remove the crankshaft front nut fitting assembly p Part NG 05810 d) Remove propellerp complete W1th hub .Repairs should be carried Gut cmly by an approved propeller repair erganizat10n Q To remove spinner noseg a) Remeve 800/SPI (1/16) split p1np 800/SNl (6MM) slatted nutg 800/PW4 washer and spinner washerg Part Noo 0583 b) Spinner Rose~ Part Noo 0584D can new be removedo Te b) 0 a) Remove the spinner Dose. Bla. cl 12. from. After straightening~ the afrected portion af the blade aheu. the c ranksharb . Part No . 1900=39/1 Remove the pr9peller hub nuts locking plateg Part N0a 1900=40/1. RemGve the eight propeller hub nutss Part Neo 2100-15/3D twenty=four shrinkage washer-a. Remove the propeller hub front platsp Part NoD 1900~35/2o Remove the eieht AGS245=13 (2BA) r-ound head screws and AGS 160/0 washers which secure the spinnel' fairing to the spinner attachment plate and reillQVe the spinner fairing~ Part Noo 05850 Remove the pro:peller~ Part. 1900=16/2. remeve propeller without hub: 0) d) e) f) g) Remove the f'onr AGS'784j2B apli t pf. do not constitute serious damage and may be removed by f. NoD CJ?D32g8~18D 0 To remove the propeller complete with hubg a) Remove the spinner nosev b) Remove the four AGS 784/2B split pd. Repair.2 0 (12" 80l) .ield personnel.AGS748/B (2BA) slotted nuts retaining the crankshaft front nut locking plate and remove the locking platep Part No.

It is not permissible to peen down the edges of any defect. If the required depression exceeds 0. while the waste oil is piped to the collector box. scratches ~ nicks and the like should be removed to form a shallow saucer shaped depression. With the exception of cracks it is not necessary to completely remove the defect. . 00 sandpaper. Raised edges should be carefully rounded and smoothly finished with No.3 Scratches Imd suspected cracks should be given a local etch and examined with a magnifying glass.12 8. The metal around minor dents. 0 When the removal of defecus on the tip necessitates shortening a blade. 12. Oil Separator has been fitted to the exhaust side of the pump.4 inches in width.9 Oil Separator On Major 10 installations which incorporate a vacuum pump. 1. a Pesco Exhaust air from the separator is discharged into the air stream. cuts 9 scars.1 inches in depth.e . the opposite blade should be treated in ·the same fashion and the propeller balance checked. 0.0 inches in lengthp the propeller should be rendered unserviceable.

"6l'll. to "t"M r1.. 'Ihe receptacle is designed so that a partial turn.ed by a momentary aontaet e1rtim:l.ovable !lover panel on the decking behind the rear seato The electl."iealllower supply is controlled by a solenoid swi teh which 1s r€IIlotely €lperated' bY' a "Master SWitch" en the Left hand el..es a pair of' 12 vol.e left hand eleotrical paneL By' pressing the button ''Push for Volts" on the volt~eter~ the system voltage is indicated.o the ba.y e 13.ectr1cal panel in the front Colllkpito 0 1303 Generator In :Major 10 installationsp an engine -d:r1 van generator supplies power to the batteries and electrical equi:pment-o The output is e ontrolled by an a utOIIE..t 'bFeaker sw1teh on the porl. and charge rate is indicated on a volt=ammeter on th.t ba tteries connect ed in seri es to provide 24 v 01t s wi th 'a capae 1ty of' 15 or 24 ampere hours Access "t. light in an adjustable momt on the pert side of the eoeJc:pito ':!he intaustty is oontrolled by a rheostat on the instrument· 118nela r:Iheclrcu1t!S are protected by a oircui t breaker mounted on the right hand eleetrieal. tie voltage regulator of' the vibrating reed 'tYIS.. Lo1 1301 Introduction in Chipmunkaireraf't Radio and electrical equipment' is installed to customerVs requirements. (h the same panel is a generat.A .igbts The instruments are illuminated by a.5 Thestarter Starter Instrument l. before eonlOaot 1s made with the extern.ght 1s required baf'ere the plug can be fully insertedo ~is ensures that -the airClraft 'battery is disconnected from the starter ~1x'ClU:U.tteries is provided -by a 'l. panel in the front cwckJ_)i to .alsupp]. electrical panelo A ground starting plug for external 24cvolt supply is located on the llort side of' the fuselage just aft of' the eng1-ueccrfilding..cal systam inc1ud.Qr C!ircuit breaker whioh trips to the CFF pGs1tlon 'When thsmaximum (17 amperes) generator current is ezseeded. (Sea P~ate 13 1) 8 '!he usual e1ectrl. 1304 is a dir-eetIMranking type unit aperat. This breaker may also be used as a generator on-er r switch .

2 In aiNraft be effected by a1ther operated amplifleI'6 -w:i.thout a battery p int~n'b..io~phone8 lIlaY be cormeebed to the olltlet.t panel" n:te latter are for use by the ooeupantwho is not flyirlg the ai.tted aft of the rear seat" 'Blt:l:i unit is automatically turned on or off by the b-atter.iCF>telephone traD. d1.ep.s on the right hand 13(18..aphragm" C()ntrol is provided at a panel on the right side 01' each ~oGkp1to rrhese control panels :function independently of -eaoh othaI"o 1Ja well as providing headphone Volume cont ro L. each panel contains a miorophone transfer switeh for selecting intercommun1= cation amplifier or rad. elect.fiedo .tch tlttedg consequently no chanee of inadvertentlY ~~aving the Driit onp aausing the batteries to run doom" The onit is available f'or use with either carbon or magnetic mimrophonas as specd.t panels" Early series ai~ratt -were equi:pped with hand=held microphones :incorporating "press=toc>talk" swUches" There iEi no "(N=OFF" swi. 'Use wi th e it her carD on or :magneti e microphone s as speeifiedo 0 13 8. directly on the front face of tile tmit" Headphones end m. This unit isavailabl e tor.11l'1tehas on the control @olmnns 01" instrtll11eD.alk" switch is provided on the top of each control column as well' as at the lower right corner 01' each instrmn.lmitent lights" HOFF" will turn oft the filament but leave the lamp extendEld" JtIN~ will tu:r:n off the lamp and also retract the unit" Eareh circuit is protected by a u:push.y '!JIaster" SI1ITit~h" 'lhe amplifier is proteoted by a 2 ampere -fuse mounted. beo:oms acti-ve only by preSsing one of the '!pr9ss=to=talk" E.eock:pit CQmnrunioation my a Gosport tube 0r a selt=contained dry battery The master urri. on t.1ngn and taileone" 'lliey are controlled by a sw1tah m_ountedon the right hand electrical panel" Iand~P.s provided on the right side of' each seat.1306 lights Navigation Li@ts· The navigat'ion lights mtHmted on the wing tips oircuit 13 .>t.? breaker comprise sta. to reset" tYPe circuit eleotrical 1308 breaker panelo Iatere~ication mounted with the selector switclae.1 In aircraft amply-ing a 24:0voU.he sta-rboaxd s:tde of the re~ eOQk:plt with a aub=station :in the front cockpit on the starboard side" Volumecontrol is possible onlW at ~he master unit but affe~ts both outlets" The unit is normally oft and.aeal syste:m~ and interc:ommun1cation amplifier may be f:1.sm1ssiGn (11' roadio is fitted)" A ltpresa=to<.t is mountoo..dard navigation or "rmI.rcraft.g Lights en e er two retra ctable 11ght s may be fitted to the mderE:lid 01" e port and/er starboard wings" 'Ihree Gondi tiona may be selected for each uni t: "mit j) 'll'OFFw g am "aJ'fti" _Sele¢ting tlOJ'f1l extends -the lamp ~ and just before its fully extended posit1on~the t:i.n...D.

i tis d esi gned fOr use with magnetic microphones" 13. voice signa:lo Wired for' carbon rnic:rophone~ the transmitter has a power output of 12 watts and.05 Be" An alternative frequen. .k aircraft a light weight {l..roem G i ty 9 Hert s . The transmitter=reeeiver Ullit is mounted in the rear fuselage and access is provided through an opening in the baek or the rear seat.c(9' may be fi ted as rsquirea. 'Ihe set. is nol.al~antrol1.dmurpby" .s London Noll.rpby VHF AirGraf't" TransmitteJ:'= Receiver LA=24 VFJr vm standa:r:d Telephone. transmission is aCGo~plished by pressing the switch on t. cl"fstal -control.ha hand-held microphone and speakingo Reception Gomes back upon release of the micro= phone sw1tcho The radio circuit is proteGted by a 2 ampere Slo-Blow tuse on the power supply in the rear f'uselagso Transmitting and receiving is possible on any one spot frequency between ll. ':Cheenuenna is a standard.• -J Radio 150 901 For air=to=air and air=to~ground communication an srR=9 VEF transceiver ma. Manual 'llI/125 'ilie Mu..y be provided" '!his set has a -transmitting power 01' approximately 3.dicfonelf may be supplied" It has two receiving bands cover1ng 200 to 420 KC and 550 to 1500 XC" A range "filter :Ls incorporated tor attenuating the 1020 CYClla beam.. eorer-ed by a removable pane'l..S to 124 me" Transmitter output power is approximately 1/4 watt.hannel selector sWitch is mounted in the front cockpit" A selection of4 pre=determineid..) :Murphy VHF transceiver ia fitted.ed on 31.lackground noise 'When no incCfilling signal is being recei ved e Audio output is obtainable from the outlets on the right side of the seat diaphragms. D Ellglando & Cable's Ltd" 9 Mu:rpby Radio Limited ~ Wel-wyn ~ Ga.iD.ght weight {12 6 Ibo 1 General Electric "Ra.ui t that suppresses the received l.es a squelch Cl1rc. The output volume is pre=set to a desired level and no adj ustmen t sin flight are n eces sary " 'I'hi S 1..II'!. signal g to ass:Lst in J..3 For operation on l1F~ a lj..9.6=1/2 rs... England" Gable = Ra.l00. or by a quickly removable rear s-eat" To operate the unitD an on~off=c."mal1y GlI:'Yst. The set tnco rperat. frequencies may be made between 115 to 145 mc. 1/4 wave whip type am is mounted on top of' the :fuselage just forward of the fin. in the EF band" 0 PUBLICATIONS STR=9 Technical. The instaliation including the antenna system is similar to that of the S'IR=9o The set is controlled by a remote control unit mounted on the right hand side of the front seat diaphragm" Headset volume is automatically regulated with no external controls With the te Clil"~m'F" swi teh on t he ramo te e ontrol unit II QN« .·eading the super= imposed. is designed for use with carbon mierophones" 0 0 13..9 2 In some Cihipm"1.5 watts.

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3 Cllomo 1143 kgo . 0 Width Height Length Volume Gross Weight.202. 1.ght Two Aircraft in Two Cases 2p29 ma 7.CRAFTER 14 - EXPORT SHIPMENT .1 One I~. Included in the crate are all necessary drawings.ireraftin One Case nimensions of Case Wi(ll1A. ApprOximate 14.Lol .ng transit by thorough inhibiting and crating. Dimensions of Case English ?y Metric 1 s 65 m.975 ma 7 04 m~ j 9 DimenSions of Case tlidth English 7! 6" 5q 9" 231 1" Height Length Volume Gross weight.2 .01 IDo 23 949 cUofto 4150 lb. Dimensions As an aid in estimating shipping costs~ the following mate crase dimensions and weights are given: 14. Height Length Volume Gross Wej..fully removed.ed against damag:a and corrosion durf. Instructions for unpacking and reassembly of the aircraft are given in this chapter of the Manual.68 m .A.2. and instructions regarding the cleaning or draining of inhibited parts should be followed scrupulously. and a packing list for checking contents. 2929 ID.. 5j11l ID.atnfng 2 fuselages l' 2 enginesg 2 sets of undercarriage units and miscellaneous components 0 0 2 tailplanes small ' Metric 2929 m. fairings and miscellaneous small components. 9 27 cuomo l882 kgo Case No 1 ~ cont. agent 81' paints ~ oils or greases may cause damage to moving parts un.2 993 cUQft" 4379 Lb 0 28~1 1982 kgo cuomo Case No. Approximate 5q 5" 61! 16~ g" 682 cu.containing 4 wing panels. In certain cases the inhihi:Ung.Lass care._ approxi- English 5V 6" 7 6" Q Metric l?.UNCRATING AND ASSEMBLING General Each aircraft is pr-ot ect.ft 2520 lbo 19..

14. then take away sides and remove smaller items. (To be installed after tailplane and before tailcone) . Installation Drawings 00411 and 004. 14. Replace Bolt Washer 004-2 Nut Split Pin AGS 160 E Al6YGS AGS 7$43A leg to tailplane front spar fitting.1) • Remove protective waterproof paper or covering from metal surfaces and inspect parts for signs of corrosion. replace Bolt Wa. 007 or 0071. Tai1wheel yoke to fin rear spar. replace 0609 or 05178 AGS 160 H Al6YNS AGS 166 12 . brake line. Front spar attachment.5 TIjngsy tire inflation 002 or 00210 Trestle wings in position.sher Slotted Nut Split Pin Bolt Washer Slotted Nut Split Pin AGS 10 J AGS 160F A16YJS AGS 166 3 Main spar top attachment. 01460&61. Replace Washer Slotted Nut Split Pin Cover Plate AGS 160 H A1.6YLS AGS 166 12 01496 Connect hydraulic AGS 605 3. Remove the boards from both ends of the crate and from the roof. when required. Sling or trestle fuselage and remove era te floor. Sheets I & . Wipe protective oil or grease film from all bright metal parts and check for corrosion.2. 10 . Replace leg fairings 0279&t9 and Clips ~ail Wheel A§s~mbly. P lace fuselage in flyin g po s ition (P la te No.4 Undercarriage {See also Chaptel'_§l Installation Drawing 006 ~ain Wh~e1§. 6Al 10 G AGS 160 E Tai1whee1 Replace compression Bolt Washer Nut Split Pin A16YGS AGS 784 JA ~ 14.3 Uncratingthe Aircrafj. All sheet metal parts should then be polished and/or waxed according to the methods outlined in Chapter 6.

m. Sheets Drawing No.GS 160 H Slotted Nut Al6YNS Pin AGS 166 12 SF 4 .ppllaable. brake system. replace Bolt Spacer GAl 70 and 'IE Nut 03743 Al6YGS :and 02576 and ES Spl1 t PJ.a.ric wiring at wing root junctlon stripo hydrauliahrake lines at wing root.6 Sorews panelso O~2~SS2590 (EBA) cover with tape and dope as a.taasembly to rib with Washers AGS 160 B Bolts GAt lS Check 11nGs for leaks. 166 2 Oonnect Oonnect Oonnect Oonnect ReplacE! p1tat=sta:tl.s-J. 1 & 2.eroablee ··e to control horn .e .ns in Chapter 10 and Plate Nc. fill reservoirs and bleed...n AGS 166 3 . Attach fin PGstto fuselage rear bulkheado At top of b'UlIche ad ~ replace Washers Nuts Bolts Nuts Washers Eol ts AGS 160 a CA 1 6.B.add. in aceoedance with instructions in Chapter 9. lOol~ Wire-lock all fittings where applioable.'e- 14 . port wingo on Attaoh br..54 piu Oonnect aileron oables at wing rootp replace p~n Split Wasber AGS 160 C AOa.Al 20 At bottom 01" bulkhead~l"eplaoe AGS 160 0 OA 1 Attach Un leading edge to fuselagsp rePlace Bolts liashere 6Al lO OA 1 Nuts AGS 160 a Oonneotrudd. (aontid) 5 Main spar bottom attaehment~ replace bolt Washer Split 0611 or 05179 A.. aJld Noo 0700 GAl 10.Qke.. Check 'brakeso iJonnect fuel line banjQ fitting at wing rooto So~ew8 01069 inspeotlon 14. 004. Jl!S1885. Check rigging of ailerons ~ flaps n underoarriage and wlage too lnstruct1o.1""n {4HA) :Fin and RUddeE . Q042& 0(}43~ Installation 004ll .o Replace Wing root fillets 01120 & 30 flap oable turnbuokles at wine rooto pi tot and static lines at 'wing tooto elect.

01617 Attach tailplan.AGS 7843A tting. etc. 070. tail plene to instructions Check rigging of fin.IO)..7 Tailplane and Eleva t. see Engine Handbook.§1" and Spinner and Spinner Assembly Drawings No.ro'l. Sheets 1 & 2 and No.or-. elevator in Chapter 10 and PIe.s 00411. . Tighten . trim tab and .s 00.9 See Propeller Chapter 1. 10.s for instruments. Interior . Check all cont. fuselage Attach wiring for bulkhead and install tail navigation light to connector tailcone 0046J 03893 or 00412. etc. centre rudder fairing side fin fairings 01722&3. Bowden inner cables through f1 tting on fin spar and slide into slot in nuts. te No.ab cables 6A. greases and gel bags .e struts Washer Nut Split Pin AGB160 D Al6YES AGS784 3A Attach elevator connecting rod to laysbaft~ Replace Bolt Washer Nut Split Pin trim t. Attach tailplane front spar to bulkhead Replace Bolt Washer Nut Split Pin to bottom bulkheadfi Replace Bolt tieD 01618 AGS 160 D Al6YES .1. Check radio. and restoration to running order.C1E¥Pl grease off exposed bright metal parts. Slide Bowden inner cable ends ·in slots in fuselage cable end fittings and lock by pulling Bowden cable end fittings through enlarged holes at bottom of slots.52. Installa Drawings No. ease and correct sense of operation (Chap.Les. 0053 and 14. Propel1.10 Fuselage.8 silica Engine For instructions regarding removal of inhibiting oils.-0041.7. Insert. 0048 and 0049.14. 14. 14. end section rudder fairing on rear Install front fin 03762-1. fairing 01721. front rudder failing 03761. 03762 and 03686 and Screws used are AS1885-lC for tailconeand AS1885-lB for fairings. rudder~ elevator.l 7E AGS 160 D Al6YEs AGS 78L~ JA Gonnectelevator to Bowden cab.. 004.2.1ock nuts on Bowden outer cable ends against slotted nuts in fin spar fitting.

Exterior - Clean and polish.
14.11Mis cell aneous Batteries - Check acid level and specific remove excess grease from terIDinals
D

gravity

p

recharge

if necessary

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CHAPTF..R 15 -

MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE

1501

Introduction

The Ma.intenanee Sehedule is designed to keep the engine and airfr81l8 in a satisfactory ana effiaient rnechBnieal and structural coneiti on and it is largely det ermin ad therefore by Ute 10 cal eondi ti ons under which the aircraft is housed and operatea, and by the duration of flights and the power whlieh is generally useGl~ It comprises routine attentions and periodical examinations to cheek adjustments~ the progress of wear and tear, and deteriorationc No schedule can be !Aore than an estimat.eof the requirements, and must be Dl.odifi·ed and adjusted as experience dictates The following detail of routine ebecks aud inspections eonstitutes a maintenanee schedule whi~h will aeet first requirements and serve as a basis froll which~ for eB€'h partlcular case the most efficient schedule ean be cOlJ.piledo
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j

Special

Inspections

The following are special checks~ wl!:licheed be done only on n the oCBasions indicated.
After the f~rst flight (when engine bas been newly

installed)

Engine lnspeet cowl fastenings and then remove 00wJ.ingso Inspeet all ins tallation joints and fastenings ~ Examine oil am:] fuel linEts and joints for leakage Cffieckcontrols for adJustment and securi ty at adjustm:en t point-s Examine engine thoroughly 1 externally,} for oil Leakagas , blowing joints and misfitted partso Check high tension cables andelectrieal connections for lUldue tightness and slackness) and flexible drives for sharp bends and Slippert.o .h:nsurethata.ll pipes are supper-bed ef'-feetively against v~brationo Check that the propeller is tight on the engine shafto
0

0

Airframe Examine all external

Remove fiarings and open inspection panels and examine wing and tail root fittings, control rod joints)' control Born conn e eti ons Exalline undercarriage - wing joint for looseness.
c

turnbuckles", eteo

surfaces, contrel hinges,

eable ends,

150202 Inspection procedure nosing airsraft over, etoo

in case of damage to propeller

due to

15.2.2.1

When tip

Qf propeller

receives minor damage:

.~e

-a) REOOove damaged
b) Examine engine
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hub flange for distortion~ fracture of holes Method an.d permissible distort OD~ Attach a dlal 1ndicator to the crankcase by means of a suitable bracket under two crankcase bolts or by means of a "Cn Clamp~ Remove spar kmg plugs to facili Gate t urumg the er-ankshat't; and check fc. r error on the rear face ot the propeller hub flange ~ approximately 1/211 In from the extreme edgeo
or elongation
D

the vicinity of rz-act.ure c} Check propeller

propeller and engine cowling. bearer arms and cr-ankcase externally in of bearer arm attachment fOT indications

Di.stc)!·t'lon up to Distortion up to

o

(j:"O"

total
C~~ be

reading

Is

permissible.

oOGOI!

straightnessc f) Examine key and keyway and shaft ~ particularly at rear end of keyvlfay~ for cr-aeks , employing a glass of 6 X Magnificat1.on and electric torcho g} Remove front cover~ examine for cracksp reassemble with correct nip~ and centralise with centralising gauge , h) Check magneto timing after asoertaining that contact

If distorted beyond. 0020" or if cr-acked or rz-act.ured , hub will be rejected. 1 J Remove prope Ll.ex hub fro,m shart and check nose of shaft for tJ:'uth~ iVi th dial indicato!' in POSl tron as deseri bed abeve , ··1-.'eel\.: should be made on the small end of the taper • .f'ermissible out of truth 0004!! total reading tLeo ~ 0002" eccentricity)o e) Remove bolts from propeller hub alid check for necking and

hub Blld carefully

rectified by removing truing in cent.re lathso

the

pOints are set to standard gapso

Airframe Examine throughout for wr1nkled or scraped skin surfaces and replace surfaces or components as nece eeary
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Check rigging t.o Chapter laD If any part of aircraft is out of riggingi that par-t plus the nr.m fuselage must be examtned caJ:'efully· for permanent buckl.e or dlst.ortioTI a
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When propeller receives major

damage:

Engine

e) Remove crankcase

top cover,

b) Visually Lnapect, bearing caps , bearing hous fngs , and webs with special attention to the front bearing houSingo Provided no irregularities are apparent thts may be considered adeguate~ otherwise further dismantling must be resorted to as necessary to facilitate the closer inspection of any unusual or doubtful features
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c) After reassemblingp the usual groWld running tests must, be carried out aatisfactor~ly~ before passing for flighto
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Airframe

As for

a) above ,

. Reference t. axles and all bolts and pins.rop.I'uments are re.:::ording as the engine is Empty the engine drain box.e on. check maximum r-pm . oil rpm d.he impulse mechant SID) ~ and compress i on of each cylinder by rotating engine by nand . ~npty the fuel filter draino Turn handf. Wlt_h the ignition off p check the functioning of the impulse starter (t. If' any signs of strains are apparent i components affected should be replaced.o items not installed in an aircraft may be. alr intake flap and mixture control valve. Note what. Examine the tailwhael structure and attachment pOints for damage. Examine the wing "D" nose skin for signs of 'Permanent buckles. Examine shock absorber leg units. loose parts or connectionso Check propeller for damaged blades spinner is secur6" Check cowling for security" or looseness and ensure pressure and single magneto .s the amount recorded by the fuel contents gauge.After a Bad Landing Airframe Examine engine mount and mount pickups at firewall" Examine wheels and tires.he fuel tank as necessary and not. Ensure that the fuel and oil filler caps are properly Ensur-e that all cowling panels are secur-e. Airframe Brief ext8rn8~ exaTIllnation~ se cured .her e should be an audible click from t. the inst.ean preasure ~amine Engine started and run-uDo oil filter of oil about or fuel one revol u~ leaksp tiona engine installation for signs Run eng ine .3 Periodic Checks The following are periodic ohecks which must be carried out at regul ar inter val s I alth ough e xper i e nc e may permi t or l' e q.Vash out and oil lightly the impulse startero Test the controls to ensure 'that they work freely and give full movement.ui re di f f ere nt time intervals from those outlined. ignored for tloLt aircraft o Between Flights: ~llgine Replenish the fuel and oil tanks as necessary. 15. and inflationo including tires for cuts~ bruises Daily Inspection Replenish the oil tank as necessary 811d secure the dip-sticko Replenish t. to the th:rottle~ advance and retard mecnanr sm. Aut o-Kl.

particularly on the suction side of the pressure pump.be oil system for damage and leaks. the unions and pips Hnes of the fuel and priming system for damage and leaks.'nsure t. Clean out the fuel filt.iono See Chapter 6 e) En~ine Inspect the nose cowls atz-scocps ~ and cowling panal.ynthetic rtrbber washers 0 Check t. c) Carry out 30 hour lubrication listed in Chapter 110 d) Clean ad rf r ame and engine and take protective measures against corr-oei.cn and deteriorat.aone of components exposed by the removal of all cowlings D falrings and ms pect. Ensure that the oil system vent pipes aI'S clear.t tac hment pof.y Exanune pilots'l harnesses for security and weara Examine control mechanisms for frayed cabl.t. Loo se pins 9 etc Ensure 'that all primary controls D flaps and trim tab controls have full freedom of movement and operate in correct sense a Clean windscreen 0 n 0 Aft.ers and caps and renewp if necessaryv the s.pmen+ and controls I the exhaust and cabin heating systems 9 and met ai. Drain the fuel bank sumps" l<.hat the ruel vent pipes are secure and unobstructed. • .he pipe lines and unions of t.er each 30 hours flying~ or each seven days: a) Lnspectn on by l! ceased ground engineer ~ including examination of airframe ~ engine 9 propeller p Ln st rument s . electrical e quf.Lat.on covers b) Garry out. and cabxn heat systems ~ induction systemv and firewall for craoks. Re~ move the oil suction and scavenge filters and cleano Inspect the cylinder head joints for leal{age andp sary ~ tighten. the cylinder holding down nuts. daily inspection progr-am. Check tires for cuts and bruis~BQ Examine anti-rattle clips on brake discs for breakaeso Examine tail structures ~ rear fuselage skin and wing leading edge for permanent wrinkles indicating abnormal flying s br-eaaea .s for damage and security Examine exhaust.r for content·s and se our-I t. particularly ne ar 8. Examne ba. as neces- Remove the rocker arm covers Refill rocker covers and check tappe~ level clearances 0 to indicated and replace.r-eases .Fuselage Examine all externa 1 8urf ace s for indi ea ti ons 0 f darnag e p fabric for holes or crackso llicam1ne main and under-earr-i age and fuselage attachments for sa gns of abnormal landing e t.ng acido ml Check canopy for securityo Examine fire extinguishe.Gt-ary box for spilled or Leaki.n ts 0 0 0 0 Inspe ~t..e s .

linea.of 50% 'Ninter grade lubricating oil and 507b paraffin shoul.« b e used" ReznoVi8the sparking plugs9 01e3.on and CllSU1'S that the t. . Ensure that the contact breaker rocker arms are free and the conta.urn the engine backwar-ds until the holes in t.gear hub bolts for equal 'wrench torque at 83 Tire pres sure s = marn 2 alb u p tai 1 wheel .3 4 0 airspeed ind. Check the gaps between the contact breaker points~ which should be o012u :: . Place one drop of light oil 'on the wick. Check engine mount welded strllcture for cracks.eura tv .he ilillsr 81·i outer casangs of t.l!:xamine the engine bearer arms fer seeur-i ty and ensure that the rubber mounting blocks are in good condition. brake r eeer-vo i r-s and add fluid if necessary. Lubricate all jointso 0 Run 6Ilf::\ine ~ check maximum rpm.119 aod adjust gaps to "012" ~ 0015" 0 Examine the throttle control cables for corrosi.001". drain the lubx'icating system and refill with clean on Examine all rubber connect. idling rpm and smoot-h operation througl1out power range 0 f) Airfrrune Check landing i neh pounda c Check hydraulic . Lubricate the impulse starters~ first making sure that the swt t ehes are off ~ then t. Check the settings and adjust as neceasary. 'Ni th engine hot . Remove the powar and high speed j eta carburetter and flush the carburetter the fuel pump priming levers" from the base of the through by operating lfusure ttw. dents and other damage.t the low tension and high tension connections to the magnetos and distributors are s eoirre .icator After each 60 Hours Flyine aJ Repeat b) Engine ~1e 30 hour schedule.urnbuckles are securely locked Inspect the controls for exceaat ve wear and se.on or fraying~ .ct points clean.lons in the oil system for deterioration" .he impulse starter are in line.Lubricate the spindle of' the carburetter air intake flap..~ oil _pressure and rnagneto oper-at r on . A mixbur.tUsa check for terrs::. Examine Lnat rutnent e . blowout 15.35 lb.

Examine for loose connect i. valve springs for fractures and the valve ends Ensure that· the induction nect• . J.pe f. each 120 hours flyin_g 15 3D5 0 After in exhaust.x:amine the for wear. Inspect the flexible fuel and oil pipes for kinking and damage and ensure that no chafing Is occurring between the pipe packing and the supporting c.ons~ cr-acked or broken insulation OJ" housing. e) Check operation of compass and swing if n eces sar-y. Check the security and external condition of the fuel pumps. c ) If cabin heater is provided~ remove and Lns pec't heater tube Q .::k shroud cables for Clean the voltage regulator contact surfaces with a dry wear ~ sei zed pul Leys . d) Check vacuum relief valve for cleanliness of inlet gauze . 0 c)~.e.eks on the magneto end plates for cleanliness. When ref1tting~ ensure that the keyways are properly sngaged . Remove the contact breakersp smooth the _pc-intsas nece saar-y and examine the earthing brushes and the ua. lubricate as necessary. clotho Polish contacts if necessarv.heck flying control cable tensiono Ghe.langs nuts and rubber con- Remove dl_stributorE~ clean and check r. a) Hepeat the 60 hour achedul. manifold for cracks ~ distortion or ourutng.he operation of the fuel cock. and finally ~ adjust the gaDS Inspect all low tension and high tension cab1es and ensure that the harness is secure and in good conditiono 0 Examine the starter and generator housings and mountings for signs of cracks or failureo Remove generator cover and inspect interior ror 011 and particles of brush or ccpper-. b) Remove the tailwheel fork assembly from yoke~ and examine the spindle and washers for wear Check main and tailwheel shock struts for signs of sccz-mg.r:mdi t Lon of the high tens~on pickup brush. Clean starter and generator brushes and ensure they fit properly Examine the commutators s-ud clean if n ece seez-y.r Check t.ions are tighto pt.l i pa. E:. control clearances and clearances between surfaces and adjacent structuxes.

rap...n and contact" e) Inspect the flexible fuel and oil pipes for deterioration" Drain the fuel and oU tanks and examine them thoroughly for any defects and corrosion" .After each 240 hours flying a) Repeat the 120 hour schedule" b) Remove and clean the Aut o-Kl.ean filter and clean cas 1ng.Les for insulatio. Check the low tension igni tion cab. c) Examine the rubber Joints of the induction system for deteriorationo Inspect the flame t. • . d} Examine the magneto vernier coU])lings for deterioration and oil soakage" Clean the magneto high tension pickuP slip rings and the flange mouldtngs .

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