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UH--1H/V and EH--1H/X Aircraft Preventive Maintenance Daily Inspection Checklist

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3. or conditions of disaster which necessitate flight to evacuate aircraft or personnel. e.Fault Information of DA Form 2408-131/2408-13-1-E (Aircraft Inspection and Maintenance Record) until such time as the inspection is complete. Specific tolerances. a. When unusual local conditions of environment.C9 1. This manual may contain inspection requirements applicable to specific equipment not installed on your aircraft. operational emergencies are conditions of combat. Since safety may be jeopardized when inspections are delayed to meet emergency requirements. a Circled Red “X” status symbol. commanders will assure that the aircraft status symbol reverts to a Red “X” and that delayed inspections are accomplished immediately upon termination of the actual emergency. The inspections prescribed by this manual will be performed at specific periods by Aviation Unit Maintenance (AVUM) activities with assistance of Aviation Intermediate Maintenance (AVIM) and Depot Maintenance activities when required. It is the commander’s responsibility to determine (on TM 55-1520-210-PMD an individual aircraft basis) when inspection intervals may be exceeded. mission. are encountered. b. 2. Inspection requirements are arranged.. adjustment. d. nor does it contain instructions for troubleshooting to find causes for malfunctioning. Those requirements should be disregarded. according to the manner in which they will be performed. It does not contain instructions for repair. For this purpose. as nearly as possible. can be found in the applicable maintenance manuals. periods of inactivity etc. experience of flight crew and maintenance personnel. A 1-1/2 inch space between each area of inspection is being provided to allow insertion of additional inspection items as required by local command inspection procedures. at his discretion. 2 . or other means of rectifying conditions. date. Compliance with the provisions outlined herein is required in order to assure that proper servicing has been accomplished and latent defects are discovered and corrected before malfunctioning or serious trouble results. General Information. DA Form 2408-13-1/2408-13-1-E will be used to record all deficiencies or shortcomings discovered during the inspection. Use of the alphabetical index in the applicable manual will facilitate locating the required information. etc. Maintenance Activities. system. utilization. The inspection intervals designated herein will not be exceeded except in actual operational emergencies as explained herein. This manual contains complete requirements for daily inspection for UH-1H/V aircraft. and fault/remarks must be entered in Part I . When aircraft are operated beyond the normal inspection due-time because of such emergency situations. limits. Inspection Requirements. c. The requirements are divided into groups under area headings. the maintenance officer will. The inspection requirements contained herein are stated in such a manner as to establish what conditions are desired/undesired. increase the scope and/or frequency of maintenance or inspection as necessary to insure safe flight..

The inspection consists of visual examination and operational checks to determine that the aircraft can safely and efficiently perform the assigned mission.C 10 4. Special Instructions. If you find any mistakes or if you know of a way to improve the procedures. Redstone Arsenal. 5. please let us know. U. or prior to the first flight of the next mission day on which the aircraft is flown. Mail your letter. Reporting Errors and Recommending Improvements You can help improve this manual. A reply will be furnished to you. or DA Form 2028--2 located in the back of the applicable aircraft maintenance manual (when using the 2028--2 from the maintenance manual. insure the publication number and title refer to this PMD) directly to Commander. 6. AL 35898--5230. A Preventive Maintenance Daily inspection is accomplished after the last flight of the mission day. DA Form 2028 (Recommended Changes to Publications and Blank Forms). Army Aviation and Missile Command. TM 55--1520--210--PMD 3 . S. ATTN: AMSAM--MMC--MA--NP. Inspection Areas Inspection areas are shown in Figure 1.

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All surfaces. components. components and equipment located in or on the tailboom and vertical fin. and equipment in nose compartment and on exterior ahead of crew doors. Includes compartment in pylon island below main transmission. tailpipe fairing and intake fairing. Area No. All surfaces. components. All surfaces. located above engine work deck and within engine cowling. 5 Engine Area Right Side All s u r f a c e s . and equipment on cabin exterior and underside between forward sides of crew doors and aft cabin walls. and forward fuel cell sump on cabin underside. components. All surfaces. Includes land ing gear.Area No. components. 4 Tailboom Area Area No. and equipment on cabin exterior and underside between forward sides of crew doors and aft cabin wal1s. and forward fuel cell sumps on cabin underside. components. located above engine work deck and with in engine cowling. 1 Nose Area All surfaces. 2 Cabin Exterior and Landing Gear Left Side Area No. Includes landing gear. and equipment associated with engine installation. Including access compartments below engine work deck and aft of cabin walls. 5 Area No. 3 Engine Area Left Side Area No. tailpipe fairing and intake fairing. Includes compartment in pylon island below main transmission. and equipment associated with engine installation. 6 Cabin Exterior and Land ing Gear Right Side TM 55-1520-210-PMD .

mast and rotating controls. and equipment inside of cabin area. 6 TM 55-1520-210-PMD . and equipment of the main rotor pylon group. seats. and main (input) drive shaft. Includes top of cabin surface and components.Area No. between forward sides of crew doors and aft cabin walls and pylon is and structure. 7 Upper Pylon Area All surfaces. components. Includes main rotor. Lower pylon area including bottom of transmission. electrical and hydraulic components. components. from top of mast to the bottom of the transmission mounts. transmission with accessories and mounts. 8 Lower Pylon Area (via Cabin Interior] and Interior Area All surfaces. equipment. Area No. Including all instruments. and accessories.

cleanliness (Nose mount).5 “FOD REMINDER” Check work are for tools and parts after completion of maintenance and inspection.1 1. No. Item and Procedure NOSE AREA 1. TM 55-1520-210-PMD 7 .C8 PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE DAILY CHECKLIST TM 55-1520-210-PMD The Preventive Maintenance Daily Checklist will be accomplished following the last flight of the day or prior to the first flight on the next day on which the aircraft is flown. No. Nose compartment interior for cleanliness. Pilot’s and copilot’s chin bubbles for condition and cleanliness. 1. Battery and connections for security.10 Seq. Nose section exterior for visible damage.3 1. Static ports for obstructions.6 1. cleanliness (Nose mount). 1. Nose compartment door for secure latching.4 Inspect aircraft forms and records for recorded discrepancies (DA PAM 738-751). The inspection consists of visual examination and operational checks to determine that the aircraft can safely and efficiently perform its assigned mission.2 1. equipment for visible damage and loose connections. Vent lines for obstructions. Pitot tube for obstructions.8 1.9 1. leakage and cleanliness. Pilot’s and copilot’s windshields for condition and cleanliness.7 Item and Procedure Pilot’s and copilot’s tail rotor controls for visiIble damage and security. kinking and security. Pilots and copilot’s windshield wiper blades for deterioration and serviceability. 1. DAILY INSPECTION TOTAL WORK TIME: Seq.

Cargo suspension assembly for security. Copper wire for condition and security. Check window emergency jettison handles for condition. Cross tubes for visual indications of excess spread. 2.1 2. and loose or missing rivets. cross tube bolts missing.4 2. crazing and cleanliness.5 Cargo doors for positive latching. and proper operation. Windows for cleanliness. Landing and search lights for security and condition. No.2 Cabin exterior for obvious damage. wrinkles. windows for cleanliness and condition. On nonswiveling type. Crew door for positive latching. Door retainers.8 2.6 sliders for damage.7 2. rollers and “FOD REMINDER” TM 55-1520-210-PMD Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance and inspection. Landing gear for damage and security. Check manual release and inspect cable for wear. particularly in cross tube attaching areas. broken. 8 . manually test hook for rotational play indicating broken shear pin. seals for deterioration. Check emergency jettison handles for condition. Stencils and decals for legibility. security of hinges and proper operation. Inspect bottom of cabin for cracks. Copper safety wire for condition and security. Hinged cabin door for damage and positive latching.3 2. Windows for cracks. ground handling eyebolt loose. cleanliness and freedom of operation of safety latch.C 1 Seq. No. security.9 2. Item and Procedure CABIN EXTERIOR AND LANDING GEAR (LEFT SIDE) 2. Deleted. Item and Procedure Seq. buckles. 2.

11. ENGINE AREA (LEFT SIDE) 3. CHECK WORK AREA FOR TOOLS AND PARTS AFTER COMPLETION OF MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION.e. security and cracked lens. Night Fix -. M130 chaff bracket for damage and security.3 3. engine accessories and connections for damage and security.11 Check that all four bolts/screws through the servo lever assembly have a self--locking castellated nut safetied with cotter pin. irreversible valves and hydraulic cylinders in fuselage below pylon for evidence of leaks from cylinders and connecting lines. cracks and security. Fire Detector Assembly for chafing.10 Control linkage.3. 3.13 External stores installation for condition and security. Check for fuel and oil leaks.12 2. Chip Detectors for physical security and damage (i.1 3. 2. “FOD REMINDER” TM 55-1520--210--PMD 9 . ignition coil and lead. 2.1 3.1 For servos P/N 205--076--056 check that control tube servo bolt can be turned by hand. Check that nuts and bolts/screws as an assembly can be turned by hand. damage and security.14 Item and Procedure Position lights for condition. Check exciter box for condition and security. MANDATORY SAFETY OF FLIGHT INSPECTION ITEM 2. SEQ NO.Phase I (NVG) position light covers for condition.2 2.2 Engine cowling and fairing for security and damage. Tab washer tangs must be bent and in contact with flats on the retainers.C 10 SEQ NO. Engine air inlet.3.. Cyclic and collective cylinder caps (P/N 100621 or P/N 100621--1) for security by a feel test. Electrical cables. (Aircraft equipped with ODDS) check engine external oil filter bypass buttons for extended indication. Item and Procedure MANDATORY SAFETY OF FLIGHT INSPECTION ITEM 2. broken wires). and loose or missing fasteners.

AC power receptacle.1 Electrical compartments access doors for condition and security: Electrical equipment for condition and security.2 4.11 4. I DC power receptacle. damage and security. dents or missing blades. dents. and burned or buckled areas. Engine mounts visually for cracks. 3.6 3.3 3. and cracked lens. exhaust diffuser. and tailpipe for cracks. 10 3. inspect through tailpipe and through exhaust diffuser for cracks.Seq. Flow divider assembly inspect for leaks. Bleed air tubing for chafing and security. No. Anti-collision light for condition. access door and caution light switch for security and condition. security.10 3.7 3. Loose or missing rivets (interior). fireshield. TAILBOOM AREA (LEFT SIDE) 4. burns. Oil lines for condition. M52 smoke generator nozzle for condition and security. NOTE: Nothing is to be stored in either of these three electrical compartments. Second stage turbine blades. access door and caution light switch for security and condition.13 Item and Procedure Main and starting fuel manifolds for leaks and security. Fuel control power lever for freedom of movement through full range to each stop. firewall gaskets and seals. Engine combustion chamber housing.9 Item and Procedure C1 Seq. Engine compressor housing visually for cracks. No. support cone.4 3.5 3. scratches. security and leakage.12 “FOD REMINDER” TM 55-1520-210-PMD Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance and inspection. . corrosion and security. 3. damage and security.8 3.

Tail rotor driveshafts for corrosion. Cleanliness of chain. Inspect for loose or missing rivets attaching the 90 degree gearbox attachment fitting. MANDATORY SAFETY OF FLIGHT INSPECTION ITEM C 11 SEQ NO. Oil cooler shield assembly for security.e. and corrosion. 4. MANDATORY SAFETY OF FLIGHT INSPECTION ITEM 4. tail pipe drain line.11 4. synchronized elevator and vertical fin exterior skin for evidence of damage. Bearing for indication of overheating.1 Chip detectors for physical security and damage (i. driveshaft clamps. Inspect vertical fin spar and vertical fin driveshaft cover attachment channel for cracks. and condition of aft cables and grommets. “FOD REMINDER” TM 55-1520--210--PMD 11 . split cones and blade assembly for security and visible damage. Inspect all tail rotor driveshaft couplings for grease leakage.10 4.11. 4.12 Tail rotor hub. 4.7 4. Inspect tailboom. foreign materials and security of hangers. Check for radial play condition and security of synchronized elevator. security. heat shield and electrical wiring for condition and security. Item and Procedure MANDATORY SAFETY OF FLIGHT INSPECTION ITEM 4.4 Item and Procedure Check oil cooler vanes for obstructions.8 Tail Rotor (90 degree) gearbox for security. and damage. cracks.5 4.SEQ NO. broken wires). MANDATORY SAFETY OF FLIGHT INSPECTION ITEM 4. loose or missing rivets. cracks.9 CHECK WORK AREA FOR TOOLS AND PARTS AFTER COMPLETION OF MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION. loose or missing rivets and corrosion. coupling clamps and covers. oil level and leaks. tail rotor retention nut. Inspect chain/sprocket access cover attachment rivets for looseness and condition. Tail rotor control installation for condition and security.6 Tail rotor driveshaft installation for damage. Check hanger assembly. visible damage and missing weights.

and cracked lens. cracks. Item and Procedure C9 Seq. Check position light for condition. MANDATORY SAFETY OF FLIGHT INSPECTION ITEM 4.15 Using a clean soft cloth. synchronized elevator and vertical fin exterior skin for evidence of damage.16 “FOD REMINDER” TM 55-1520-210-PMD Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance and inspection. Tailboom vent for condition and security. No.18 Item and Procedure MANDATORY SAFETY OF FLIGHT INSPECTION ITEM 4. Check tail skid for condition and security. 12 4. broken wires). TAILBOOM AREA (RIGHT SIDE) MANDATORY SAFETY OF FLIGHT INSPECTION ITEM 4. Chip detectors for physical security and damage (i. security. oil level. and corrosion.13 Visually inspect tail rotor crosshead to slider retaining bolts and nuts for security. Inspect tailboom. with special attention to the area on both sides of blade between the blade doublers and four (4) to six (6) inches (10 to 15 cm) outboard of the doublers.14 Visually inspect pitch change link attachment bolts and nuts for security. No.Seq. Visually inspect for cracks.1 Intermediate (42 degree) gearbox for security. Internal rattling sound head when hub and blade assembly is rotated is caused by internal debris and is not cause for rejection.19 4. MANDATORY SAFETY OF FLIGHT INSPECTION ITEM 4.19. skin separation and other damage. wipe blade surface. 4.17 4.20 4. and leaks.e. . loose or missing rivets.

Heater mixing valve and air duct for condition and security. No. Item and Procedure Seq.25 Oil cooler turbine blower fan blades for free movement. condition and security. NOTE: Nothing is to be stored in this compartment. Vent lines for obstructions. operation and security. Check fuel cap and closed circuit refueling hardware for condition. Screen for obstruction. security and condition. Fittings for cracks. 13 . MANDATORY SAFETY OF FLIGHT INSPECTION ITEM 4.29 4. Battery and connections.22 4. 4. for installation.28 4. Check muff heater system and hoses for condition and security. for cleanliness and security. Battery shelf for security of attaching points and supporting structure for damage and cracks. Item and Procedure 4. Oil cooling compartment door for security and condition. Inspect longerons up to 12 inches from the fittings for cracks.23 slippage marks. Heater compartment for condition.24 4. kinking and security.21 Check for radial play.26 Tailboom attach bolts visually for security and 4.31 "FOD REMINDER" TM 55-152 0-210-PMD Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance and inspection. Visually inspect fuel level. No. 4. NOTE: Nothing is to be stored in this compartment. MANDATORY SAFETY OF F L I G H T INSPECTION ITEM MANDATORY SAFETY OF FLIGHT INSPECTION ITEM 4. Heater compartment doors for condition and security. Supporting structure and bleed air line visually for condition and security. Hydraulic piston wiped clean. Check tail rotor control servo for leakage. Connecting link (rigid structural tube).C 4 Seq. condition and security of synchronized elevator.30 4.27 Tail rotor control quadrant for proper installation and condition of cables.

Engine inlet housing. firewall gaskets and seals.C 10 SEQ NO.6 CABIN EXTERIOR AND LANDING GEAR (RIGHT SIDE) 6.3 5. exhaust diffuser. dents. Check for fuel and oil leaks. Sight gages for damaged or stained glasses.1 5. Exhaust thermocouple assembly for chafing. Engine mounts visually for cracks. and burned or buckled areas. lines for leaks or damage. CHECK WORK AREA FOR TOOLS AND PARTS AFTER COMPLETION OF MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION. and tailpipe for cracks. Item and Procedure MANDATORY SAFETY OF FLIGHT INSPECTION ITEM 5.2 Item and Procedure ENGINE AREA (RIGHT SIDE) Engine cowling and fairing for security. Engine combustion chamber housing.1 5. cracks and security. and security.5 5. Engine compressor housing visually for cracks.8 5. 5. Starter--generator intake and outlet ducts for deterioration and security. accessories and connections for damage and security. Electrical cable assembly. cracks. firreshield.7 Engine oil tank for security and oil level. damage and security. damage and loossse or missing fasteners. “FOD REMINDER” TM 55-1520--210--PMD 14 .9 5. corrosion and security. ignition coil lead and fire detector assebly for chafing. SEQ NO.1 Cabin exterior for obvious damage.1. Main and Start fuel manifolds for leaks and security. scratches. Stencils and decals for legibility. support cone.4 5. 5.

corrosion and loose hardware. Night Fix — Phase I (NVG) position light covers for condition. Check position lights for condition.10 UPPER PYLON AREA AND CABIN TOP 7.7 Inspect bottom of cabin for cracks. 6. Hinged cabin door for damage and positive latching. External stores installation for condition a n d security. Copper wire for condition and security. Item and Procedure Crew door for positive latching.1 Pitot tube and static ports for obstruction and cleanliness (Roof Mount).8 6. wrinkles. security of hinges and proper operation. 6. security and cracked lens. Check window emergency jettison handles for condition. Landing gear for damage and security. particulary in cross tube areas. Step hinges for proper operation and security. W i n d o w s for cracks.C 1 Item and Procedure Seq No. cross tu be bolts missing. M 130 chaff /flare bracket for damage and security. 15 . crazing and cleanliness. and loose or missing rivets. Handholds and steps for cracks.9 6. "FOD REM IN DER" TM 55-1520-210-PMD Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance and inspection. buckles. seals f o r deterioration. Cargo door for positive latching. security and proper operation. Door retainers. rollers and sliders for damage. broken ground handling eyebol t loose Cross tubes for visual indications of excess spread. windows for cleanliness and condition. Check emergency jettison handles for condition Copper safety wire for condition and security. Windows for cleanliness.

fittings and accessories on top half of transmission for security.1 Deleted Inspect all lines. 7. Transmission cowling for damage and security. obstructions and loose or missing fasteners. inspect for damage. Paint for chipped or peeling condition. condition and leaks. Hydraulic reservoir for fluid level.5 7. clamps for security.8. tears. EH-1 H/X Inspect alternator wires for c h a f f i n g .8 7. 7. foam and metal filters. clean sand and dust separator.2 7.4 7. 16 .9 Exterior of FOD screen for foreign m a t e r i a l (grass or vegetation). Cabin roof for damage. Item and Procedure 7. MANDATORY SAFETY OF FLIGHT INSPECTION ITEM MANDATORY SAFETY OF FLIGHT INSPECTION ITEM 7. 7. intake screen and filter for damage.10 Non self-purging separator.3 Cabin roof windows for cracks. not to exceed screen mesh width. Remove airframe (OD) screen. skin cracks. Check gaps between screen sections.C 3 Item and Procedure Seq. Skin for buckled areas. MANDATORY SAFETY OF FLIGHT INSPECTION ITEM 7.6 Alternator air intake for damage and security. "FOD REMINDER" TM 55-1520-210-PMD Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance and inspection. No. and loose or missing rivets. crazing a n d cleanliness.7 Main (input) drive shaft couplings for evidence of grease leakage.

remove tube assembly. and evidence of parts enterrosion. inner rings for cracks. MANDATORY SAFETY OF FLIGHT INSPECTION ITEM 7. obstructions and loose or missing fasteners. or dirt from exterior of Separator and Separator air oultlets. drive links and damaged. security and visible damage.11. If external inspection ininspect control lugs (3 each) on swashplate dicates parts may have entered engine inlet. remove airframe (FOD) screen and top half of airframe screen and the upper air filter assembly. corrosion. Swashplate. Remove accumulated resi- due from the assembly.1 Improved Particle Separator: Check missing. overboard discharge tube MANDATORY SAFETY OF FLIGHT INSPECTION ITEM 7.11 Self-purging separator: intake screen for damage. or obstructed vortex tubes. scissors and sleeve. inspect for corrosion and thread damage. loose or connecting linkage and rod end bearings for cormissing fasteners. and airframe (FOD) screen for damage. discharge tube connections for security.Seq No C 6 Item and Procedure I Item and Procedure MANDATORY SAFETY OF FLIGHT INSPECTION ITEM MANDATORY SAFETY OF FLIGHT INSPECTION ITEM Sealant betwee n rigid connecting Iink and clevis rod end. MANDATORY SAFETY OF FLIGHT INSPECTION ITEM Collective levers for cracks. Check flex hose for wear. If adhesive bond is broken. security and visible damage. “ FOD REMINDER ” Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance and inspection TM 55-520-210-PMD 17 . Visually ing the engine inlet. I N S P E C T E N G I N E I N LET FOR FOD. Remove any impacted sand trunnion bearing ball for cracks. Bearings and bushings for excessive play. Inspect trunnion bearings remove Separator and INSPECT ENGINE for radial and axial play and visually inspect INLET FOR FOD. If damaged.

18 7. Visually inspect composite main rotor blade for damage and security 7 . cracks and visible indications of voids and bond separation Inspect for nicks and dents in trailing edge and scarf joints for erosion and corrosion.1 ‘‘FOD REMINDER" TM 55-1520-210-PMD Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance and inspection. Stablizer dampers for full fluid level. hub assembly. MANDATORY SAFETY OF FLIGHT INSPECTION ITEM 7.17 Stabilizer bar assembly for visible damage. 16 Mast and boots for visible damage. security of attachment and corrosion Pitch links and rod end bearings for play and security 7 19 Main rotor pil low block and grip reservoirs for oil level leakage and security. corrosion and security Hub spring assembly.C 7 Item and Procedure Seq No Item and Procedure MANDATORY SAFETY OF FLIGHT INSPECTION ITEM 7. Wipe blades upper and lower surfaces with a clean soft cloth and inspect both surfaces and blade tip for damage.15. deformation and cracks in rubber bumper. blade grips. pitch horns and drag braces for visible damage and security NOTE Direct particular attention to the Blade Grips in the area Drag Brace attachment lugs for cracks.15 7.20 Gain access LO blades. All pivot bolts and nuts and mounting bolts visually for cracks and security. Stabilizer bar connecting linkage for visible damage. 18 . leakage and security of attachment. condition. corrosion and security. MANDATORY SAFETY OF FLIGHT INSPECTION ITEM 7.1 7.20. for security.

security and cracked lens.C 7 Item and Procedure Seq.2 blank) . Item and Procedure 7.1/(18.21 7. TM 55-1520-210-PMD 18. Check position lights for condition.22 Cabin roof vents for obstructions and condition. No.

damage. cracks and proper installation of hardware. First aid kits for designated location. Cabin interior clean and clear of loose objects or tools. 19 . replace filter. corrosion. NOTE If red indicator button on hydraulic module pops before 450 hours is reached. broken or missing seal and security.5 8. Sight gages for damage and staining. seat belts and mission equipment security installed or stowed. No.1 Transmission for security.7°C).9 Output drive shaft coupling for grease leakage and security.4 Hydraulic servo cylinder mount nuts (4 each cylinder). Troop seats. If temperature is below 20°F (-6. replace filter. MANDATORY SAFETY OF FLIGHT INSPECTION ITEM 8.2 8. Hydraulic filter for appearance of red indicator button. Deleted Deleted Tachometer generator for damage and security.6 Item and Procedure LOWER PYLON AREA (VIA CABIN INTERIOR) AND INTERIOR AREA MANDATORY SAFETY OF FLIGHT INSPECTION ITEM 8. External oil filter for by-pass indication. Wipe clean all exposed hydraulic pistons. Hydraulic system components and lines for security. chafing oil lines and oil leaks. Check sump for water contamination and for oil level. Item and Procedure C 11 Seq.8 8. check physical security of debris monitor electrical connector and condition of wires. presence of inspection data tag. No. Lift link and both attaching clevis lugs on transmission for wear.3 8. Aircraft equipped with ODDS. check slippage marks.Seq. 8.10 “FOD REMINDER” TM 55-1520-210-PMD Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance and inspection. If button pops again. 8. 8. damage and evidence of leaks. allow fluid to warm up and reset button.7 8.

12 8. Pedals checked.20 8. Glareshield extension for security. security. Copper safety wire for condition and security. 8. cuts. Crew member/mission operator seats for damage.25 8. tears. Check circuit breakers and switches set as required.21 8.15 8. fading.23 8. Rifle rack bracket for damage and security. All instruments for cleanliness.Phase 1 (NVG) modified aircraft: Check lighting for corrosion and cracked or crazed lenses. Fire extinguishers for proper location and seal intact.17 Item and Procedure Sound absorbing blankets securely installed with all bulkhead tiedown fittings. Safety belts and shoulder harness for damage. M52 smoke generator oil tank. Reinforced mounting plates (Avionics) for damage and security. 20 . fraying and security. Crew member/mission operator seat cushions and back cover for general condition. Compass Correction card for availability and legibility. No. Inertia reels for damage. broken stitches and sagging. Check quick emergency release handles for security and conditions.18 8. burns. No. visible damage and proper range markings.13 8.16 “FOD REMINDER” TM 55-1520-210-PMD Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintennce and inspection. stains. Windshield wiper motor cover guards for cracks and damage. corrosion. straps and rings outside of blankets. cuts.Seq.19 8.22 8. Presence of inspection data tag (DD Form 1574). and positive locking and unlocking. and positive movement and locking in all positions. Fire extinguishers and brackets for damage and security of installation.14 8. security.24 8.11 Item and Procedure C 10 Seq. 8. Cargo tiedowns for corrosion and security. 8. On Night Fix . oil pump and lines for visible damage and security.

applicable to the daily requirements. ) Exterior lights (navigation.12 2. of TM 55-1520-210-23. Pitot heater for operation (Roof Mount).17 3. 1. evidence of water in filter drain sample leakage from lines. (Use sample jar. anticollision.11 1.27 "FOD REMINDER" TM 55-1520-210-PMD I Caution panel lights for illumination on test switch position 21 Check work area for tools and parls after completion of maintenance and inspection . Cargo hook electrical release for operation. Lubricate in accordance with lubrication chart contained in Chapter 1. landing. and search 1ights) for proper operation.26 Deleted.C Item and Procedure 6 Seq No.) (Use boost pumps off. (Fuel boost pumps on.11 All Area Fuel tank sump drains for water or other contamination. Pitot heater for operation (Nose Mount). Exterior 1ights (navigation.) Main fuel filter for visual indication of clogged element condition.16 2. Windshield wiper operation. anticollision.15 POWER ON Battery on. and search 1ights) for proper operation. landing. check for 24 volts.23 8. Item and Procedure 8. 1 4 MAN DATORY SAFETY OF FLIGHT INSPECTION ITEM LUBRICATION 6. 7. motor pilot/co-pilot for 2.

(1) Cable cut switch on control panel for security and condition of rubber cover. (2) Electrical connection cable for damage and fraying.29 Item and Procedure Press to test caution/warning lights. cockpit. Re-connect cable cutter electrical harness connector after inspection. c.32 8. TM 55-1520--210--PMD 22 . NOTE Do not lift up cable cut switch guard to check switch unless inspection indicates that further examination is needed. The copilot attitude indicator must be caged and held momentarily when inverter power is applied. etc. Interior lights (dome.28 8. 8. and pedestal lights) for proper operation. (1) Cable cutter cartridge electrical connection for security and damage. 6. 8. console. (2) Control panel and pilot’s cable cut switch quards are down and lockwired.) SEQ NO. Item and Procedure NOTE If meter indicates a multiple of 2 hours. a. (1) Hook assembly for 360° freedom of movement about cable. Cable Cut Switch.30 8.C 10 SEQ NO. Engine controls for free action through full range and idle stop release. 4. 10. disconnect cable cutter electrical harness connector. Cable Cutter Connection Check. NOTE The following check requires main or spare inverter power.31 8. Check inteernal condition of connector and cable cutter electrical receptacle (especially pins) for corrosion and damage. Perform hoist inspections. High performance hoist (if installed).33 Fuel quantity indicator checked with test switch. checks and test as requirred in applicable hoist publications. Deleted. 8. (3) Hoist hour meter for reading of a multiple of 2 hours (2. NOTE If hoist is to be removed fromaircraft install aluminum shorting strip across pins in cable cutter electrical receptacle on hoist boom and install protective cap. b. Hook and Boom Assembly Check. “FOD REMINDER” CHECK WORK AREA FOR TOOLS AND PARTS AFTER COMPLETION OF MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION. instrument.

(5) Cam drive -. (4) Oil level should be even with mark on sight glass (2). SEQ NO.chain guard for security and damage. Winch Motor Check. Control Panel Check. f. (2) Aircraft position awitch for security and proper setting. CHECK WORK AREA FOR TOOLS AND PARTS AFTER COMPLETION OF MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION. (1) Oil level in sight glass. (3) Power cable for sealant at connector and fraying. (1) Exterior for visible damage and mount bolts for security. d. checks and test as required in applicable avionics publications. FORMS AND RECORDS COMPLETION Asceertain that all entries on forms. (6) Limit switch drive assembly box for security and damage. If guard is broken. (3) High temperature sensor and sensor cable for installation and fraying. Item and Procedure (2) Carrier assembly retainer spring clip for proper installation. Winch Check. AVIONICS Perform avionics system inspection. (6) Swivel of boomhead (30° each side of vertical). records and work sheets have been completed or updated and new forms initiated as required DA PAM 738--751. (5) Boom attachment bolts for security. (2) Gear case for leakage and visible damage. (3) Hook quick release pin for operation and security. e. ARMAMENT Perform armament system inspections. (1) Motor for security and visible damage.C 10 SEQ NO. checks and test as required in applicable Armament publications. “FOD REMINDER” TM 55-1520--210--PMD 23/(24 blank) . make sure that chain is not damaged. Item and Procedure (2) V--band clamp for installation and security. (4) Cable drum opening for FOD and uniform winding of cable.

checks and test as required in applicable Armament publications. ARMAMENT Perform armament system inspections. ‘‘ FOD REM INL)ER‘‘ TM 55-1520-210-PMD Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance and inspection.Seq N o Item and Procedure C 6 Seq N o Item and Procedure AVIONICS Perform avionics system inspection. 25 blank/26 . checks and t e s t as r e q u i r e d in a p p l i c a b l e a v i o n i c s pub l i c a t i o n s .

C Item and Procedure 5 Seq No. 27/(28 blank) . Item and Procedure FORMS AND RECORDS COMPLET ION Ascertain that all entries on forms.1520-210-PMD Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance and inspection. records and work sheets have been completed or updated and new forms initiate’d as required DA PAM 738-751. "FOD REMINDER" TM 55.Seq No.

MEYER Official: ROBERT M. * U. United States Army Chief of Staff DISTRIBUTION: To be distributed in accordance with DA Form 12-31. JOYCE Major General. PM Maintenance Requirements for UH-1D/H and EH-1H aircraft. United States Army The Adjutant General General.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1991 0 - 281-523/45036 TM 55-1520-210-PMD .By Order of the Secretary of the Army: E. C.

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the proponent agency is ODISC4.S.50 Caliber M3P and M3P Machine Gun Electrical Test Set Used On Avenger Air Defense Weapon System TM 9--1005--433--24 ITEM NO. TABLE NO. * Reference to line numbers within the paragraph or subparagraph. WP0005 PG 3 PARA-GRAPH LINE NO.RECOMMENDED CHANGES TO PUBLICATIONS AND BLANK FORMS For use of this form. Doe. AL 34565 TO: (Forward to proponent of publication or form)(Include ZIP Code) Commander. And General Support Maintenance Manual for Machine Gun. Army Aviation and Missile Command ATTN: AMSAM--MMC--MA--NP Redstone Arsenal. . 1 DEC 68. AL 35898 PART 1 -. PLUS EXTENSION SIGNATURE MSG. see AR 25--30. 16 Sep 2002 RECOMMENDED CHANGES AND REASON 1 2 Test or Corrective Action column should identify a different WP number. * FIGURE NO. Jane Q. Jane Q. TYPED NAME. FEB 74 788--1234 REPLACES DA FORM 2028. WHICH WILL BE USED. PAGE NO. GRADE OR TITLE TELEPHONE EXCHANGE/ AUTOVON.ALL PUBLICATIONS (EXCEPT RPSTL AND SC/SM) AND BLANK FORMS PUBLICATION/FORM NUMBER DATE TITLE Organizational. USAPA V3. Direct Support.01 . SFC DA FORM 2028. Use Part II (reverse) for Repair Parts and Special Tool Lists (RPSTL) and Supply Catalogs/ Supply Manuals (SC/SM) DATE 8/30/02 FROM: (Activity and location)(Include ZIP Code) MSG. Doe 1234 Any Street Nowhere Town. U.

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590 . dekameters = 2. decimeters = 35.8 feet Approximate Conversion Factors To change inches feet yards miles square inches square feet square yards square miles acres cubic feet cubic yards fluid ounces pints quarts gallons ounces pounds short tons pound-feet pound-inches To centimeters meters meters kilometers square centimeters square meters square meters square kilometers square hectometers cubic meters cubic meters milliliters liters liters liters grams kilograms metric tons Newton-meters Newton-meters Multiply by 2.308 .765 29.34 fl.034 2.609 6.454 .946 3.64 gallons 1 hectoliter = 10 dekaliters = 26. centimeter = 1000 cu.405 .The Metric System and Equivalents Linear Measure Liquid Measure 1 centiliter = 10 milliters = . feet 1 centimeter = 10 millimeters = .394 3.914 1. meter (centare) = 100 sq.52 ounces 1 kilogram = 10 hectograms = 2.093 . centimeters = 15. inch 1 sq.8 feet 1 hectometer = 10 dekameters = 328.280 1.836 2.42 gallons 1 kiloliter = 10 hectoliters = 264. ounces 1 liter = 10 deciliters = 33.386 sq. feet 1 sq. inches 1 cu. meters = 1.35 ounce 1 hectogram = 10 decagrams = 3. hectometer (hectare) = 100 sq.81 fl. centimeter = 100 sq.264 .15 grain 1 decigram = 10 centigrams = 1.102 Temperature (Exact) ° F Fahrenheit temperature 5/9 (after subtracting 32) Celsius temperature ° C .764 1.280.47 acres 1 sq.54 grains 1 gram = 10 decigram = . meter = 1000 cu.155 10.785 28.907 1.196 .46 pounds 1 metric ton = 10 quintals = 1.08 feet 1 kilometer = 10 hectometers = 3.94 inches 1 meter = 10 decimeters = 39.155 sq.386 2.76 sq.1 short tons 1 sq. decimeters = 10.38 fl.349 .540 .028 .37 inches 1 dekameter = 10 meters = 32. inch 1 cu.057 .205 1.5 sq.451 . ounce 1 deciliter = 10 centiliters = 3.4 sq.113 1. kilometer = 100 sq.2 pounds 1 quintal = 100 kilograms = 220. centimeters = 61. millimeters = .356 .007062 .094 .18 gallons Square Measure Weights 1 centigram = 10 milligrams = .305 . decimeter = 1000 cu.471 35.035 ounce 1 decagram = 10 grams = . ounces 1 dekaliter = 10 liters = 2.06 cu.076. mile Cubic Measure 1 cu. millimeters = . feet 1 sq.315 1. inches 1 sq.621 . hectometers = .02 cu. dekameter (are) = 100 sq.39 inch 1 decimeter = 10 centimeters = 3.11296 To change ounce-inches centimeters meters meters kilometers square centimeters square meters square meters square kilometers square hectometers cubic meters cubic meters milliliters liters liters liters grams kilograms metric tons To Newton-meters inches feet yards miles square inches square feet square yards square miles acres cubic feet cubic yards fluid ounces pints quarts gallons ounces pounds short tons Multiply by .473 .035 2.573 .31 cu. decimeter = 100 sq.

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