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1- 2 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
201-249, 251-299, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

27-14-41 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


402, 405, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 004-049, 053-099, 101-149,
410- 411, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
416- 417, 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
420, 422, 511-526, 528-599,
424, 432-
434

27-14-41 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


602- 603, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 004-049, 053-099, 101-149,
606 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

27-14-51 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


402- 403, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 004-049, 053-099, 101-149,
406, 410- 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
412, 414, 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
417- 419, 511-526, 528-599,
422- 423,
425, 436-
440, 443,
479, 481,
483, 487,
489, 491

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602- 603, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 004-049, 053-099, 101-149,
606 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

27-21-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


1, 3- EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
4, 13 153-199, 201-249, 251-299,
301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

27-21-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


509, 515- EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
518, 527, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
534- 537, 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
546- 547, 511-526, 528-599,
553- 554,
557- 558,
562- 563,
569- 571,
573, 575-
576, 582-
585, 587

27-21-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


607, 611, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
615, 621, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,
624- 625 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

27-21-41 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


401- 402, TOOL DESIGNATION(S) DATA UPDATED ALL
407- 408, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 004-049, 055-099, 101-149,
411, 418- 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
424, 426- 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
427, 430- 511-526, 528-599,
432, 439-
446, 448

27-21-43 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


402- 403, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 063-099, 106-149, 153-199,
405, 407, 206-249, 251-299, 301-399,
412- 414, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
416 528-599,

27-21-44 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


401- 402, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 234-249, 251-299, 301-399,

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404- 405, 402-499, 501-509, 511-526,


407, 411- 528-599,
413, 415-
417, 420-
421, 427-
428

27-21-45 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


402- 403, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 234-249, 251-299, 301-399,
405- 407, 402-499, 501-509, 511-526,
409, 411, 528-599,
414- 417,
419- 420

27-21-46 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


402- 403, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
405, 410, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
413- 415, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
417, 420 528-599,

27-21-61 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


402- 404, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
407, 415, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
417, 420- 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
423, 428, 528-599,
431, 433-
436, 440-
443, 446

27-22-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


512- 513, CORRECTION/ADDITION/AMPLIFICATION 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
517- 521, ADDED STEP 5 RELEASE THE RUD TRIM 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
524- 525 SELECTOR SWITCH 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
201-249, 251-299, 301-399,
501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

27-22-51 CORRECTION/ADDITION/AMPLIFICATION ALL


423- 428, NOTE ADDED
437- 444

27-23-51 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


402, 404, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 004-049, 055-099, 101-149,
406- 407, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
409- 410, 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
413- 414, 511-526, 528-599,
419- 420

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27-24-51 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


402, 408, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 004-049, 055-099, 101-149,
411, 414- 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
418, 420- 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
422, 426, 511-526, 528-599,
434- 437,
445, 448-
449

27-26-51 CORRECTION/ADDITION/AMPLIFICATION ALL


417- 418, LOCK WASHER IN PROCEDURE DELETED
420, 422-
423

27-34-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


402- 404, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
409- 410 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,

27-34-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


519, 527- CORRECTION/ADDITION/AMPLIFICATION ALL
595 ADDED REF FIG 273400-991-02300
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 052-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

27-34-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


613- 615, CORRECTION/ADDITION/AMPLIFICATION ALL
617, 620- NEW REFERENCE TOOL FOR COLLAR-DEPTH ACTUATOR
622, 638, 98D27309009001 DELETED
641, 643, 98D27309009002 OR 98D27309009003 ADDED
651 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,

27-34-41 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


402, 405- EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 052-099, 101-149,
406, 409- 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
410, 414, 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
417- 419 511-526, 528-599,

27-34-51 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


403, 407- EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 052-099, 101-149,
408, 410- 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,

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411, 413- 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,


414, 418, 511-526, 528-599,
421- 422,
424- 425,
436, 448,
460

27-34-51 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


603- 604 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 052-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

27-41-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


2 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
201-249, 251-299, 301-399,
501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

27-41-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


505, 510, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
512, 529, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
536, 546- 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
548, 550 528-599,

27-41-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


604, 610, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
623, 625 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,
501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

27-41-41 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


402- 404, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
406, 411- 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
412, 415 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,

27-41-42 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


402, 404- EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
405, 411- 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
412, 415- 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
417 528-599,

27-41-44 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


402- 404, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
409- 411, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
415, 421- 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
422, 427, 528-599,
430- 434,
441

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27-41-45 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


403, 411- EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
412, 418 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,

27-44-51 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


626- 627, LAYOUT IMPROVED/MATERIAL RELOCATED ALL
629, 663 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 109-149, 234-235, 239-249,
251-299, 305-399, 401-499,
501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

27-45-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


1- 2 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
201-249, 251-299, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

27-50-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


1- 3, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
5, 7, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
10 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,

27-50-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


208, 222, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
225- 226, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
228, 230, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
241- 243, 528-599,
245- 246,
248- 249

27-51-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


2, 6, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
19- 20, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
33, 37- 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
38, 40, 528-599,
43, 60-
72

27-51-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


517- 522, CORRECTION/ADDITION/AMPLIFICATION ALL
526- 534, ALIGNMENT PROCEDURE ADJUSTED
556- 559, CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED ALL
562, 567- EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
570, 573- 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
575, 579, 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
584, 588, 511-526, 528-599,

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591- 592,
596, 599,
A501,A503,
A505-A506,
A508-A515,
A520-A525,
A532-A538,
A546-A550,
A556-A557,
A563-A566,
A574-A577,
A581-A582,
A584-A586,
A589-A591,
A593,A595-
B500,B561,
B564

27-51-18 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,


402, 409, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
413 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,

27-51-44 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


402- 403, CORRECTION/ADDITION/AMPLIFICATION ALL
405- 406, NEW WORK STEP AT PARA 4.A.(3) INTRODUCED TO
409- 414, CHECK CONDITION OF ROD-END AND LOCKING DEVICE
417, 420- FOR WEAR OR DAMAGE, WITH CROSS REFERENCE TO
422, 424, REPLACEMENT TASK.
427, 429- EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
430 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,

27-51-44 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


502- 504 CORRECTION/ADDITION/AMPLIFICATION ALL
NEW WORK STEP AT PARA 3.C.(5) INTRODUCED TO
CHECK CONDITION OF ROD-END AND LOCKING DEVICE
FOR WEAR OR DAMAGE, WITH CROSS-REFERENCE TO
REPLACEMENT TASK.
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,

27-51-44 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


602- 604, CORRECTION/ADDITION/AMPLIFICATION ALL
606- 608, LOCKING DEVICE ADDED TO SUBTASK TITLE.

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610, 616- LAYOUT IMPROVED/MATERIAL RELOCATED ALL


625 TITLE OF TASK(S) DATA UPDATED ALL
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,

27-54-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


1- 2, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
4, 9, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
11- 12, 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
15- 16, 511-526, 528-599,
34, 36,
38, 40,
43- 44,
46, 48-
51, 53-
54, 56-
57, 59-
61, 63,
65- 68,
70- 73,
75, 77,
79- 80

27-54-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


514, 516, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
519, 523, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
529- 530 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,

27-54-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


602- 603, MOD.31446K6889 INCORPORATED 106-149, 159-199, 211-249,
606- 607, WINGS-INBOARD FLAP-INTRODUCE OPTIMIZED 251-299, 401-499, 501-509,
609, 613- DRIVE STRUT TRACK 1/2 DESIGN 511-526, 528-599,
616, 636- MOD.31601K7402 INCORPORATED 106-149, 215-249, 251-299,
646, 648- WINGS-OUTBOARD FLAP-INTRODUCE 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
A670 OPTIMIZED FLAP DESIGN 528-599,
CORRECTION/ADDITION/AMPLIFICATION 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
FIGURE-REF. ADDED TO SUBTASK 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,
LAYOUT IMPROVED/MATERIAL RELOCATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-105,
151-199, 201-214,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,

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27-54-45 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


402, 404, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
406, 410- 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
412, 417, 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
419, 421- 511-526, 528-599,
422, 428,
430, 433-
434, 438,
441, 443,
446- 447,
449- 452,
456, 458,
460- 464,
467- 469,
473, 475-
477, 480,
482, 485-
487, 489,
492- 496,
498- 499,
A401-A404,
A407,A409,
A412-A413,
A417,A419,
A421,A423-
A424,A427,
A430,A432,
A435,A439,
A442,A444,
A446-A450,
A453,A455-
A456,A458-
A463

27-54-46 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


402, 404, CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
407- 409, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
411- 412, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
414- 415, 528-599,
417, 420- EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
421, 424- 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
425, 427, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
429- 433, 528-599,
439- 453,
455- 461

27-54-46 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED

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602- 603, REPRINTED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,


605, 607, APPLICATION OF MATERIAL 09-013 WORK STEP 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
612- 613, ADDED AT PARA 4.D.(2).(B) AND PARA 4.D.(3). 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
616, 618- (C). SUBSEQUENT WORK STEPS RENUMBERED. 528-599,
619, 622, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
625- 632, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
636- 637 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,

27-54-49 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


409, 412, CORRECTION/ADDITION/AMPLIFICATION ALL
414, 419- WARNINGS REMOVED AS ONLY COMMON GREASE
420, 422, 04018 IS NOW USED.
426- 428, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
432, 435- 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
437, 439- 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
441, 443- 511-526, 528-599,
444, 454-
455, 457-
458, 462,
465- 467,
471- 472,
479- 480,
482- 483,
487, 489-
490, 492,
494, 498-
499,A405-
A406,A408-
A409,A413,
A415-A416,
A418,A420-
A421,A425-
A426

27-54-51 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


410, 414- EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
416 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,

27-54-55 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


402-A417 MOD.23926K3379 INCORPORATED 301-399,
WINGS - INBOARD FLAP - INTRODUCE
MODIFIED DRIVE STRUT AND TRUNNION
MOD.34767K9474 INCORPORATED 307-399,
WINGS- OUTBOARD FLAP - INSTALL OUTBOARD
FLAPS MANUFACTURED TO OPTIMIZED DESIGN

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MOD.37633K11541 INCORPORATED 106-149, 159-199, 211-249,


WINGS - INBOARD AND OUTBOARD FLAPS - 251-299, 308-399, 401-499,
INTRODUCE SIMPLIFIED SEALING PROCESS OF 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,
TRAILING EDGES
CORRECTION/ADDITION/AMPLIFICATION 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
RE-ALIGNMENT OF ITEM NUMBERING FOR FLAP 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
TRACK 1. 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
301-307, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

27-54-61 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


401- 404, CORRECTION/ADDITION/AMPLIFICATION 106-149, 213-249, 251-299,
406, 408, TORQUE VALUES CHANGED TO ALIGN WITH 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
410- 411, THE INSTALLATION DRAWINGS. 528-599,
414- 421, CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
423- 438, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
440- 444, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
446- 452, 528-599,
454- 456, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
458- 459, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
463, 465- 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
467,A442 528-599,

27-54-61 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


602- 604, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
606- 608 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,

27-54-62 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


401- 424, MOD.31601K7402 INCORPORATED 106-149, 215-249, 251-299,
426- 435, WINGS-OUTBOARD FLAP-INTRODUCE 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
479- 480, OPTIMIZED FLAP DESIGN 528-599,
482- 483, CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
485- 486, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
488 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,

27-54-62 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


602- 604, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
606- 608 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,

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401-499, 501-509, 511-526,


528-599,

27-54-63 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,


404, 410 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,

27-55-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


1, 4, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 106-149, 234-235, 239-249,
6, 8- 251-299, 303-399, 401-499,
10 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

27-60-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


201, 203- EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 052-099, 101-149,
204 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

27-64-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


1- 2, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
5 201-249, 251-299, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

27-64-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


402- 403, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 052-099, 101-149,
406, 411- 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
412 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

27-64-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


508- 513, CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
517- 521 201-249, 251-299, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
201-249, 251-299, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

27-64-41 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


402- 403, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 004-049, 053-099, 101-149,
406, 408- 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
409, 413, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
417- 418, 528-599,
422- 425,
433- 436

27-64-41 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


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606- 626 WINGS - SPOILERS - 528-599,


INSTALL NEW ANTI ROTATION STUDS
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 004-049, 053-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-249, 401-499,
501-506,

27-64-42 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


402- 403, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 004-049, 053-099, 101-149,
406, 408- 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
409, 413, 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
416- 417, 511-526, 528-599,
420- 423,
429- 430

27-64-42 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


602- 603, MOD.39147J2976 INCORPORATED 251-299, 507-509, 511-526,
606- 619 WINGS - SPOILERS - 528-599,
INSTALL NEW ANTI ROTATION STUDS
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 004-049, 053-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-249, 401-499,
501-506,

27-64-43 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


402- 403, CORRECTION/ADDITION/AMPLIFICATION 004-049, 053-099, 101-149,
406- 407, REPLACE PANELS 575EB (675EB) WITH 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
411- 412, 575DB (675DB) 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
415- 416, 511-526, 528-599,
419- 421, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 004-049, 053-099, 101-149,
427- 429 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

27-64-43 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


602- 603, MOD.39147J2976 INCORPORATED 251-299, 507-509, 511-526,
606- 618 WINGS - SPOILERS - 528-599,
INSTALL NEW ANTI ROTATION STUDS
CORRECTION/ADDITION/AMPLIFICATION 004-049, 053-099, 101-149,
CHANGED INSTALLING DIRECTION OF THE BOLT IN 151-199, 201-249, 301-399,
VIEW E 401-499, 501-506,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 004-049, 053-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-249, 301-399,
401-499, 501-506,

27-64-44 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


402- 403, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
406, 408- 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
409, 413, 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
416- 417, 511-526, 528-599,

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420- 423,
429- 432

27-64-44 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


602- 603, MOD.39147J2976 INCORPORATED 251-299, 507-509, 511-526,
606- 618 WINGS - SPOILERS - 528-599,
INSTALL NEW ANTI ROTATION STUDS
CORRECTION/ADDITION/AMPLIFICATION 004-049, 053-099, 101-149,
CHANGED INSTALLING DIRECTION OF THE BOLT IN 151-199, 201-249, 301-399,
VIEW B 401-499, 501-506,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 004-049, 053-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-249, 301-399,
401-499, 501-506,

27-64-45 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


402- 403, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
406, 408- 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
409, 412, 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
414- 415, 511-526, 528-599,
418- 421,
427- 429

27-64-45 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


602- 603, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 004-049, 053-099, 101-149,
606 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

27-64-48 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


401- 413 CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
201-249, 251-299, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
201-249, 251-299, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

27-64-51 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


402, 406, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
412- 417, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
420- 422, 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
425- 426, 511-526, 528-599,
430- 431,
434, 446-
447

27-80-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


204, 211- EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 062-099, 106-149, 153-199,
213, 225, 205-249, 251-299, 301-399,

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227, 229 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,


528-599,

27-81-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


2, 6, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
13, 18, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
28- 29, 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
31 511-526, 528-599,

27-81-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


509- 510, CORRECTION/ADDITION/AMPLIFICATION ALL
514- 516, 7CV AND 8CV ADDED
527- 530, CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED ALL
534, 542- EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,
546

27-81-42 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


402- 403, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 234-235, 239-249, 251-299,
405- 406, 307-399, 404-499, 501-509,
408- 409, 511-526, 528-599,
411

27-84-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


9, 11, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 062-099, 104-149, 151-199,
29, 36- 204-249, 251-299, 301-399,
38, 40- 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
41, 43 528-599,

27-84-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


505- 506 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

27-84-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


612, 614, CORRECTION/ADDITION/AMPLIFICATION ALL
616- 620 REFERENCE FOR REPAIR OF DAMAGED FLANKS OF
THE TEETH (TRACK PINIONS AND GEAR RACKS)
ADDED
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 062-099, 106-149, 153-199,
205-249, 251-299, 301-399,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,

27-84-42 CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,


403, 410 151-199, 201-233, 236-238,
301-304,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-233, 236-238,
301-304,

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27-84-48 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


402, 404- EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 062-099, 106-149, 153-199,
405, 407, 205-249, 251-299, 301-399,
409- 411, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
413- 417 528-599,

27-84-49 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


402, 404- EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 062-099, 106-149, 153-199,
405, 408, 205-249, 251-299, 301-399,
411, 413- 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
414, 420- 528-599,
421, 424-
427, 429-
433

27-84-61 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


406- 409, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
411, 415- 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
416, 420, 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
423- 424, 511-526, 528-599,
426- 427,
429- 431,
434, 436

27-84-61 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


602, 604- EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 062-099, 106-149, 151-199,
605, 607, 204-249, 251-299, 301-399,
621, 625, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
627- 628 528-599,

27-84-62 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


407, 409- EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
410, 412, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
417- 419, 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
423, 426- 511-526, 528-599,
428, 432,
436, 438

27-84-62 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


602, 605- EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 062-099, 106-149, 151-199,
606, 610, 204-249, 251-299, 301-399,
614- 615, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
617, 668, 528-599,
671, 675,
677- 678

27-84-63 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


402, 405, CORRECTION/ADDITION/AMPLIFICATION 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,

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408- 409, SUB TASKS 2 (E), 3 (C) AND 4 (C) AMENDED TO 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
411, 414- INDICATE CORRECT INDIVIDUAL IPC FIGURE/ITEM 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
418, 420- REFERENCE. SUB TASK (6) BUSH ITEM (10) ADDED. 511-526, 528-599,
436 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 062-099, 106-149, 151-199,
204-249, 251-299, 301-399,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,

27-84-64 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


402, 405, CORRECTION/ADDITION/AMPLIFICATION ALL
407, 410, SUB TASK (2) (F) AMENDED TO INDICATE CORRECT
413- 414, INDIVIDUAL IPC FIGURE/ITEM REFERENCE.
416, 419- EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 052-099, 101-149,
421, 423- 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
425 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

27-84-65 CORRECTION/ADDITION/AMPLIFICATION ALL


411- 412, SUB TASK (2) (F) AMENDED TO INDICATE CORRECT
415- 418 INDIVIDUAL IPC FIGURE/ITEM REFERENCE.
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 052-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

27-84-66 CORRECTION/ADDITION/AMPLIFICATION ALL


410, 414- SUB TASK (2) (F) AMENDED TO INDICATE CORRECT
418 INDIVIDUAL IPC FIGURE/ITEM REFERENCE.
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 052-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

27-84-67 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


402, 406, CORRECTION/ADDITION/AMPLIFICATION ALL
408, 413- SUB TASK (2) (J) AMENDED TO INDICATE CORRECT
424 INDIVIDUAL IPC FIGURE/ITEM REFERENCE.
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 052-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

27-84-69 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


402- 403, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 062-099, 106-149, 151-199,
406- 409, 204-249, 251-299, 301-399,
412, 414, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
416, 418- 528-599,
421

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27-85-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


1, 4- EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 106-149, 234-235, 239-249,
5, 8, 251-299, 303-399, 401-499,
10 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

27-90-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


1- 2, SB 27-1199 INCORPORATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
6, 9, FLIGHT CONTROLS - ELAC SYSTEM - RESTORE ELAC2 201-249, 251-299, 311-311,
14- 15, AND THS MOTOR 1 POWER SUPPLY (SB ONLY) 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,
17- 23, SB 27-1200 INCORPORATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
26, 31- FLIGHT CONTROLS - ELAC SYSTEM - RESTORE ELAC2 201-249, 251-299, 311-311,
33, 36- AND THS MOTOR 1 POWER SUPPLY (SB ONLY) 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,
37, 44 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

27-92-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


8, 11, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
26, 28 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,
402-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,

27-92-00 MOD.20011P0003 INCORPORATED ALL


401- 402 ELECTRICS- GENERATION- DISTRIBUTION-
V.U.S AND AVIONICS- DEFINE SYSTEMS OF
THE BASIC AIRCRAFT-
MOD.20011P0262 INCORPORATED ALL
FLIGHT CONTROLS - MODIFY FLIGHT CONTROL
COMPUTER ELECTRICAL POWER SUPPLY SYSTEM
MOD.20016P0262 INCORPORATED ALL
FLIGHT CONTROLS - ELECTRICAL FLIGHT
CONTROLS - MODIFY FLIGHT CONTROL COMPUTER
ELECTRICAL POWER SUPPLY SYSTEM
MOD.20141P0107 INCORPORATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
STANDARD PRACTICES - ENGINE - INSTALL 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
CFM56-5-A1 ENGINE RATED AT 23500 BLS 301-399, 401-499,
MOD.20165P0116 INCORPORATED 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,
STD. PRACTICES-ENGINE - INSTALL IAE V2500
ENGINE RATED AT 23500 LBS
MOD.20589P0993 INCORPORATED ALL
ELECTRICAL GENERATION-SEGREGATION OF BATTERY
POWER CENTER WITH REGARD TO NORMAL
GENERATION POWER CEN TER (120VU)
MOD.20748P1116 INCORPORATED ALL
ELECTRICAL POWER - RELOCATE 3 CIRCUIT
BREAKERS FROM PANEL 120 VU TO 49 VU -

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MOD.23083P2566 INCORPORATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,


POWER PLANT - INSTALL CFM 56-5B1 ENGINES 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
RATED AT 30.000 LBS FOR A321. 301-399, 401-499,
NEW TOPIC/NEW CONFIGURATION ALL

27-92-16 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


401- 404, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
407- 409, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,
413- 414 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

27-92-27 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


401- 408 CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 234-249, 251-299, 301-399,
402-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 234-249, 251-299, 301-399,
402-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,

27-92-41 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


401, 403, CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 106-149, 157-199, 210-249,
405, 408, 251-299, 301-399, 401-499,
410, 412- 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,
413, 417, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 106-149, 157-199, 210-249,
421, 423, 251-299, 301-399, 401-499,
432, 436, 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,
438, 441-
442, 445-
446, 463-
465, 469-
470, 472

27-92-41 CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 106-149, 157-199, 210-249,


504 251-299, 301-399, 401-499,
501-509, 511-526, 528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 106-149, 157-199, 210-249,
251-299, 301-399, 401-499,
501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

27-93-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


3, 5, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
10- 11 201-249, 251-299, 305-399,
404-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,

27-93-00 MOD.20011P0003 INCORPORATED 528-599,


301- 309 ELECTRICS- GENERATION- DISTRIBUTION-
V.U.S AND AVIONICS- DEFINE SYSTEMS OF
THE BASIC AIRCRAFT-

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MOD.20011P0262 INCORPORATED 528-599,


FLIGHT CONTROLS - MODIFY FLIGHT CONTROL
COMPUTER ELECTRICAL POWER SUPPLY SYSTEM
MOD.20016P0262 INCORPORATED 528-599,
FLIGHT CONTROLS - ELECTRICAL FLIGHT
CONTROLS - MODIFY FLIGHT CONTROL COMPUTER
ELECTRICAL POWER SUPPLY SYSTEM
MOD.20192P0290 INCORPORATED 528-599,
ELECTRICAL POWER - ELECTRICAL ROUTING -
REVISE DISTRIBUTION AND SEGREGATION -
MOD.20589P0993 INCORPORATED 528-599,
ELECTRICAL GENERATION-SEGREGATION OF BATTERY
POWER CENTER WITH REGARD TO NORMAL
GENERATION POWER CEN TER (120VU)
MOD.20748P1116 INCORPORATED 528-599,
ELECTRICAL POWER - RELOCATE 3 CIRCUIT
BREAKERS FROM PANEL 120 VU TO 49 VU -
MOD.23667P3128 INCORPORATED 528-599,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - CFDIU -
INTRODUCE STD 6B OF CFDIU FILTERING
FUNCTION
MOD.25293P4151 INCORPORATED 528-599,
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEM - INSTALL
A PORTABLE DATA LOADER CONNECTOR AND
DISK STOWAGE
MOD.36786P9886 INCORPORATED 528-599,
FLIGHT CONTROLS - ELAC SYSTEM -
INTRODUCE ELAC B WITH SOFTWARE
DATA - LOADING CAPACITY
MOD.36999P9999 INCORPORATED 528-599,
FLIGHT CONTROLS - ELAC SYSTEM (ELEVATOR
AILERON COMPUTER) - ACTIVATE DATA
LOADING FUNCTION ON ELAC B
NEW TOPIC/NEW CONFIGURATION 528-599,

27-93-00 CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED


403, 413 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT)

27-93-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


509- 511 SB 27-1199 INCORPORATED ALL
FLIGHT CONTROLS - ELAC SYSTEM - RESTORE ELAC2
AND THS MOTOR 1 POWER SUPPLY (SB ONLY)
SB 27-1200 INCORPORATED ALL
FLIGHT CONTROLS - ELAC SYSTEM - RESTORE ELAC2
AND THS MOTOR 1 POWER SUPPLY (SB ONLY)
LAYOUT IMPROVED/MATERIAL RELOCATED ALL
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) ALL

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27-93-34 MOD.36786P9886 INCORPORATED 528-599,


404- 406 FLIGHT CONTROLS - ELAC SYSTEM -
INTRODUCE ELAC B WITH SOFTWARE
DATA - LOADING CAPACITY
MOD.36999P9999 INCORPORATED 528-599,
FLIGHT CONTROLS - ELAC SYSTEM (ELEVATOR
AILERON COMPUTER) - ACTIVATE DATA
LOADING FUNCTION ON ELAC B
LAYOUT IMPROVED/MATERIAL RELOCATED ALL

27-94-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


42, 53 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 052-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

27-94-00 CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED


403 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT)

27-94-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


502, 511- EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
512, 520 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,

27-96-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


543- 584, MOD.20446P1579 REMOVED ALL
588, 590, ICE AND RAIN PROTECTION - PROBE HEAT COMPU-
A521-A522, TER - REPLACE POWER SUPPLY COMPUTERS.
A524 SB 27-1199 INCORPORATED ALL
FLIGHT CONTROLS - ELAC SYSTEM - RESTORE ELAC2
AND THS MOTOR 1 POWER SUPPLY (SB ONLY)
SB 27-1200 INCORPORATED ALL
FLIGHT CONTROLS - ELAC SYSTEM - RESTORE ELAC2
AND THS MOTOR 1 POWER SUPPLY (SB ONLY)
CORRECTION/ADDITION/AMPLIFICATION ALL
DELETED 3 C/B: 2DA1,2DA2,2DA3
CONCERNING THE PHC1,PHC2 AND PHC3
LAYOUT IMPROVED/MATERIAL RELOCATED ALL
CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 106-149, 157-199, 210-249,
251-299, 301-399, 401-499,
501-509, 511-526, 528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) ALL

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27-93-00 59 Aug01/06 27-93-34 R 405 Feb01/10 27-94-00 49 Feb01/98
27-93-00 60 Aug01/06 27-93-34 R 406 Feb01/10 27-94-00 50 Feb01/98
27-93-00 61 Aug01/06 27-94-00 51 Feb01/98
27-93-00 62 Aug01/06 27-94-00 1 Aug01/04 27-94-00 52 Feb01/98
27-93-00 63 Aug01/06 27-94-00 2 Feb01/98 27-94-00 R 53 Feb01/10
27-93-00 64 Aug01/06 27-94-00 3 Feb01/98 27-94-00 54 May01/05
27-93-00 N 301 Feb01/10 27-94-00 4 Feb01/98 27-94-00 55 Aug01/04
27-93-00 N 302 Feb01/10 27-94-00 5 Feb01/98 27-94-00 56 Aug01/04
27-93-00 N 303 Feb01/10 27-94-00 6 Feb01/98 27-94-00 57 Aug01/04
27-93-00 N 304 Feb01/10 27-94-00 7 Feb01/98 27-94-00 58 Aug01/04
27-93-00 N 305 Feb01/10 27-94-00 8 Feb01/98 27-94-00 59 May01/05
27-93-00 N 306 Feb01/10 27-94-00 9 Feb01/98 27-94-00 60 May01/05
27-93-00 N 307 Feb01/10 27-94-00 10 Feb01/98 27-94-00 61 May01/05
27-93-00 N 308 Feb01/10 27-94-00 11 Feb01/98 27-94-00 62 May01/05
27-93-00 N 309 Feb01/10 27-94-00 12 Feb01/98 27-94-00 63 May01/05
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27-94-00 66 May01/05 27-95-00 10 Feb01/98 27-96-00 13 Feb01/98
27-94-00 67 May01/06 27-95-00 11 Feb01/98 27-96-00 14 Feb01/98
27-94-00 401 Feb01/02 27-95-00 12 Feb01/98 27-96-00 15 Feb01/98
27-94-00 402 May01/05 27-95-00 13 Feb01/98 27-96-00 16 Aug01/04
27-94-00 R 403 Feb01/10 27-95-00 14 Feb01/98 27-96-00 17 Feb01/02
27-94-00 404 May01/06 27-95-00 15 Feb01/98 27-96-00 18 Feb01/02
27-94-00 405 May01/06 27-95-00 16 Feb01/98 27-96-00 19 Feb01/98
27-94-00 406 May01/06 27-95-00 17 Feb01/98 27-96-00 20 Feb01/98
27-94-00 407 May01/06 27-95-00 18 Feb01/98 27-96-00 21 May01/00
27-94-00 408 May01/06 27-95-00 19 Feb01/98 27-96-00 22 May01/00
27-94-00 409 May01/06 27-95-00 20 Feb01/98 27-96-00 23 Feb01/98
27-94-00 501 Feb01/02 27-95-00 21 Feb01/98 27-96-00 501 Feb01/98
27-94-00 R 502 Feb01/10 27-95-00 22 Feb01/98 27-96-00 502 Feb01/05
27-94-00 503 May01/04 27-95-00 23 Feb01/98 27-96-00 503 Feb01/05
27-94-00 504 Aug01/08 27-95-00 24 Feb01/98 27-96-00 504 Feb01/98
27-94-00 505 May01/04 27-95-00 25 Feb01/98 27-96-00 505 May01/08
27-94-00 506 May01/04 27-95-00 26 Aug01/04 27-96-00 506 Feb01/98
27-94-00 507 May01/05 27-95-00 27 Feb01/98 27-96-00 507 Feb01/09
27-94-00 508 May01/05 27-95-00 28 Feb01/98 27-96-00 508 Feb01/09
27-94-00 509 May01/04 27-95-00 29 May01/06 27-96-00 509 Feb01/09
27-94-00 510 May01/04 27-95-00 30 May01/06 27-96-00 510 Feb01/09
27-94-00 R 511 Feb01/10 27-95-00 31 May01/06 27-96-00 511 Feb01/09
27-94-00 R 512 Feb01/10 27-95-00 32 May01/06 27-96-00 512 Feb01/09
27-94-00 513 Aug01/08 27-95-00 33 May01/06 27-96-00 513 Feb01/09
27-94-00 514 Aug01/08 27-95-00 34 May01/06 27-96-00 514 Feb01/09
27-94-00 515 May01/04 27-95-00 35 May01/06 27-96-00 515 Feb01/09
27-94-00 516 May01/05 27-95-00 36 May01/06 27-96-00 516 Feb01/09
27-94-00 517 May01/05 27-95-00 37 May01/06 27-96-00 517 Feb01/09
27-94-00 518 May01/04 27-95-00 38 May01/06 27-96-00 518 Feb01/09
27-94-00 519 May01/04 27-95-00 39 May01/06 27-96-00 519 Feb01/09
27-94-00 R 520 Feb01/10 27-95-00 40 May01/06 27-96-00 520 Feb01/09
27-94-00 521 Aug01/08 27-95-00 41 May01/06 27-96-00 521 Feb01/09
27-94-00 522 Aug01/08 27-95-34 401 May01/01 27-96-00 522 Feb01/09
27-94-00 523 Aug01/08 27-95-34 402 May01/01 27-96-00 523 Feb01/09
27-94-34 401 May01/01 27-95-34 403 Feb01/98 27-96-00 524 Feb01/09
27-94-34 402 May01/01 27-95-34 404 Feb01/06 27-96-00 525 Feb01/09
27-94-34 403 Feb01/98 27-95-34 405 May01/01 27-96-00 526 Aug01/09
27-94-34 404 Feb01/06 27-95-34 406 Nov01/06 27-96-00 527 Aug01/09
27-94-34 405 May01/01 27-96-00 528 Aug01/09
27-94-34 406 Nov01/06 27-96-00 1 Aug01/04 27-96-00 529 Aug01/09
27-94-34 407 Feb01/06 27-96-00 2 Feb01/98 27-96-00 530 Aug01/09
27-96-00 3 Feb01/98 27-96-00 531 Aug01/09
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27-95-00 3 Feb01/98 27-96-00 6 Feb01/98 27-96-00 534 Aug01/09
27-95-00 4 Feb01/98 27-96-00 7 Feb01/98 27-96-00 535 Aug01/09
27-95-00 5 Feb01/98 27-96-00 8 Feb01/98 27-96-00 536 Aug01/09
27-95-00 6 Feb01/98 27-96-00 9 Feb01/98 27-96-00 537 Feb01/09
27-95-00 7 Aug01/04 27-96-00 10 Feb01/98 27-96-00 538 Feb01/09
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27-96-00 541 Feb01/09 27-96-00 592 Feb01/09
27-96-00 542 May01/09 27-96-00 593 Feb01/09
27-96-00 R 543 Feb01/10 27-96-00 594 Feb01/09
27-96-00 R 544 Feb01/10 27-96-00 595 Feb01/09
27-96-00 R 545 Feb01/10 27-96-00 596 Feb01/09
27-96-00 R 546 Feb01/10 27-96-00 597 Feb01/09
27-96-00 R 547 Feb01/10 27-96-00 598 Feb01/09
27-96-00 R 548 Feb01/10 27-96-00 599 Feb01/09
27-96-00 R 549 Feb01/10 27-96-00 A500 Feb01/09
27-96-00 R 550 Feb01/10 27-96-00 A501 Feb01/09
27-96-00 R 551 Feb01/10 27-96-00 A502 Feb01/09
27-96-00 R 552 Feb01/10 27-96-00 A503 Feb01/09
27-96-00 R 553 Feb01/10 27-96-00 A504 Feb01/09
27-96-00 R 554 Feb01/10 27-96-00 A505 Feb01/09
27-96-00 R 555 Feb01/10 27-96-00 A506 Feb01/09
27-96-00 R 556 Feb01/10 27-96-00 A507 Feb01/09
27-96-00 R 557 Feb01/10 27-96-00 A508 Feb01/09
27-96-00 R 558 Feb01/10 27-96-00 A509 Feb01/09
27-96-00 R 559 Feb01/10 27-96-00 A510 Feb01/09
27-96-00 R 560 Feb01/10 27-96-00 A511 Feb01/09
27-96-00 R 561 Feb01/10 27-96-00 A512 Feb01/09
27-96-00 R 562 Feb01/10 27-96-00 A513 Feb01/09
27-96-00 R 563 Feb01/10 27-96-00 A514 Feb01/09
27-96-00 R 564 Feb01/10 27-96-00 A515 Feb01/09
27-96-00 R 565 Feb01/10 27-96-00 A516 Feb01/09
27-96-00 R 566 Feb01/10 27-96-00 A517 Feb01/09
27-96-00 R 567 Feb01/10 27-96-00 A518 Feb01/09
27-96-00 R 568 Feb01/10 27-96-00 A519 Feb01/09
27-96-00 R 569 Feb01/10 27-96-00 A520 Nov01/09
27-96-00 R 570 Feb01/10 27-96-00 R A521 Feb01/10
27-96-00 R 571 Feb01/10 27-96-00 R A522 Feb01/10
27-96-00 R 572 Feb01/10 27-96-00 A523 Nov01/09
27-96-00 R 573 Feb01/10 27-96-00 R A524 Feb01/10
27-96-00 R 574 Feb01/10
27-96-00 R 575 Feb01/10
27-96-00 R 576 Feb01/10
27-96-00 R 577 Feb01/10
27-96-00 R 578 Feb01/10
27-96-00 R 579 Feb01/10
27-96-00 R 580 Feb01/10
27-96-00 R 581 Feb01/10
27-96-00 R 582 Feb01/10
27-96-00 R 583 Feb01/10
27-96-00 R 584 Feb01/10
27-96-00 585 Aug01/09
27-96-00 586 Aug01/09
27-96-00 587 Nov01/09
27-96-00 R 588 Feb01/10
27-96-00 589 Aug01/09
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SUBJECT ________
CH/SE/SU C
_ PAGE ___________
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FLIGHT CONTROLS - GENERAL
_________________________ 27-00-00
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
Description of Primary Flight 1 ALL
Controls
Glossary 1 ALL
General Principles 1 ALL
Ailerons 5 ALL
Rudder 5 ALL
Elevators (Ref. 27-30 and 27-90) 6 ALL
Trimmable Horizontal Stabilizer 7 ALL
(Ref. 27-40 and 27-90)
Spoilers 7 ALL
Electrical Flight Control System 7 ALL
Flight Controls Power Supply 14 ALL
Electrical Power Supply 14 ALL
Hydraulic Power Supply 14 ALL
Cockpit Flight Control And 17 ALL
Indicating

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FLIGHT CONTROLS - GENERAL 27-00-00
MAINTENANCE PRACTICES 201 ALL
Installation of the Pitch-Trim 201 ALL
Control Locking Tool
(98D27403500000)
Removal of the Pitch-Trim Control 204 ALL
Locking Tool (98D27403500000)
Installation of the Flap/Slat 205 ALL
Control-Lever Locking Tool
(98D27803000000)
Removal of the Flap/Slat 207 ALL
Control-Lever Locking Tool
(98D27803000000)

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AILERON 27-10-00
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
System Description 1 ALL
Interface with the Autopilot 1 ALL
System (Ref. 22-60)

AILERON AND HYDRAULIC ACTUATION 27-14-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Component Location 1 ALL
Hydraulic Supply (Ref. ATA 29) 1 ALL

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_ ____ ___________
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Component Description 1 ALL
Aileron Servocontrol 1 ALL
Operation 1 ALL
Normal operation with the 1 ALL
servocontrol pressurized
Operation after an electrical 4 ALL
failure
Operation after a hydraulic 4 ALL
failure
Special Case 4 ALL
Maintenance and rigging 4 ALL
facilities

AILERON AND HYDRAULIC ACTUATION 27-14-00


DEACTIVATION/REACTIVATION 401 ALL
Deactivation of the Aileron Servo 401 ALL
Control
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 27-14-01 401 ALL
Reactivation of the Aileron Servo 406 ALL
Control
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 27-14-01 406 ALL

AILERON AND HYDRAULIC ACTUATION 27-14-00


ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 ALL
Operational Test of the Aileron 501 ALL
and Hydraulic Actuation
Adjustment of the Aileron 505 ALL
Electrical Test of the Aileron 516 ALL
Servo Controls

AILERON AND HYDRAULIC ACTUATION 27-14-00


INSPECTION/CHECK 601 ALL
Check Aileron Servo Controls and 601 ALL
Hinge Bearings for Excessive Play
and Condition
Check of the Aileron Servo 609 ALL
Controls Fluid Reserve Piston
Position with the Hydraulic
Reservoirs Depressurized
Check of the Aileron Servo Control 613 ALL
Oscillations
AILERON 27-14-41
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL

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SUBJECT CH/SE/SU
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Removal of the Aileron 401 ALL
Installation of the Aileron 418 ALL
AILERON 27-14-41
INSPECTION/CHECK 601 ALL
Inspection/Check of the Aileron 601 ALL
CHECK VALVE 27-14-42
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Check Valve 401 ALL
1626GM(1627GM)
Installation of the Check Valve 407 ALL
1626GM(1627GM)
SERVO CONTROL - AILERON 27-14-51
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Aileron Servo 401 ALL
Control
Installation of the Aileron Servo 420 ALL
Control
Removal of the Hydraulic Filter 445 ALL
for the Aileron Servo-Control
Installation of the Hydraulic 450 ALL
Filter for the Aileron
Servo-Control
Removal of the Aileron 456 ALL
Servo-Control Servovalve
Installation of the Aileron 461 ALL
Servo-Control Servovalve
Removal of the Aileron 467 ALL
Servo-Control Solenoid Valve
Installation of the Aileron 472 ALL
Servo-Control Solenoid Valve
Removal of the Linear 478 ALL
Variable-Differential Transformer
(LVDT) of the Aileron- Servo
Control
Installation of the Linear 485 ALL
Variable-Differential Transformer
(LVDT) of the Aileron
Servo-Control
Removal of the Actuator Eye-End of 492 ALL
the Aileron Servo-Control
Installation of the Actuator 496 ALL
Eye-End of the Aileron
Servo-Control
SERVO CONTROL - AILERON 27-14-51
INSPECTION/CHECK 601 ALL
Check of the Aileron Servo Control 601 ALL

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RUDDER 27-20-00
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Interface with the Autoflight 1 ALL
System
Interface with the Braking 1 ALL
System
Interface with the Nosewheel 1 ALL
Steering System

RUDDER MECHANICAL CONTROL 27-21-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Component Location. 1 ALL
Component Description 10 ALL
Cable Tension Regulator 10 ALL
Servocontrol Actuating Spring 10 ALL
Rod
Centering Spring Rod of the 10 ALL
Upper and Middle Servocontrols
Rods, Cables 10 001-049, 051-061
101-105, 151-152
201-204,
Rods, Cables 13 062-099, 106-149
153-199, 205-249
251-299, 301-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Stops and Rigging Facilities 13 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 201-249
251-299, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Stops and Rigging Facilities 14 151-199, 301-399
401-499,

RUDDER MECHANICAL CONTROL 27-21-00


MAINTENANCE PRACTICES 201 ALL
Removal/Installation of the 201 ALL
control rod on the rudder
mechanical control

RUDDER MECHANICAL CONTROL 27-21-00


ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 ALL

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SUBJECT CH/SE/SU
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_ ____ ___________
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Operational Test of the Centering 501 ALL
Spring Rod
Adjustment of the Rudder 507 ALL
Mechanical Control
Functional Test of the Rudder 529 ALL
Mechanical Control
Functional Test of the Rudder 543 ALL
Mechanical Control after
Replacement of the Rudder
Hinge-Arm Fittings
Adjustment of the Rudder 551 ALL
Control-Cables Length
Shortening of the Rudder Control 574 ALL
Cable
Cutting of the Rear Control Cable 581 ALL
of the Rudder

RUDDER MECHANICAL CONTROL 27-21-00


INSPECTION/CHECK 601 ALL
Visual Inspection of the Universal 601 ALL
Joint
Detailed Visual Inspection of the 605 ALL
Rudder Mechanical Control Cables
Check of the Tension of the Rudder 622 ALL
Mechanical-Control Cables with a
Tensiometer
Check of the Rudder Cable 627 ALL
Tension-Regulator (Pointer in the
Limits)
Detailed Visual Inspection of the 634 ALL
Rudder Mechanical Control-Linkage
in the Vertical Stabilizer
Detailed Inspection of the Rudder 637 ALL
Servocontrol Actuating Spring-Rod
and Rudder Servocontrol
Feedback-Rod Attachments
RUDDER 27-21-41
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Rudder 401 ALL
Installation of the Rudder 425 ALL
RUDDER 27-21-41
INSPECTION/CHECK 601 ALL
Inspection/Check of the Rudder 601 ALL
PEDALS 27-21-42
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL

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Removal of the CAPT Pedals 401 ALL
Installation of the CAPT Pedals 406 ALL
Removal of the F/O Pedals 410 ALL
Installation of the F/O Pedals 416 ALL
ADJUSTER ASSY - PEDAL POSITION 27-21-43
SERVICING 301 ALL
Lubrication of the Rack/Slider 301 ALL
Linkage of the Pedal Position
Adjuster
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Pedal Position 401 ALL
Adjuster Assembly
Installation of the Pedal Position 411 ALL
Adjuster Assembly
BELLCRANK - YAW/BRAKE 27-21-44
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the CAPT Yaw/Brake 401 ALL
Bellcrank
Installation of the CAPT Yaw/Brake 410 ALL
Bellcrank
Removal of the F/O Yaw/Brake 420 ALL
Bellcrank
Installation of the F/O Yaw/Brake 426 ALL
Bellcrank
REGULATOR - CABLE TENSION 27-21-45
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Cable Tension 401 ALL
Regulator Assy
Installation of the Cable Tension 413 ALL
Regulator Assy
Removal of the Cable Tension 423 ALL
Regulator (103CM)
Installation of the Cable Tension 426 ALL
Regulator (103CM)
QUADRANT - CABLE 27-21-46
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Cable Quadrant 401 ALL
Installation of the Cable Quadrant 412 ALL
FRAME - RUDDER CONTROL 27-21-47
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Rudder Control 401 ALL
Frame
Installation of the Rudder Control 410 ALL
Frame
CENTERING ROD - RUDDER CONTROL 27-21-48
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL

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SUBJECT CH/SE/SU
________ C
_ ____ ___________
PAGE EFFECTIVITY
Removal of the Centering Rod of 401 ALL
the Rudder Control
Installation of the Centering Rod 407 ALL
of the Rudder Control
SPRING ROD 27-21-49
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Spring Rod 401 ALL
Installation of the Spring Rod 406 ALL
SPRING ROD 27-21-49
INSPECTION/CHECK 601 ALL
Check of the Actuating Spring Rod 601 ALL
LINKAGE - RUDDER CONTROL 27-21-52
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Rudder Control Rods 401 ALL
Installation of the Rudder Control 416 ALL
Rods
CABLES - RUDDER CONTROL 27-21-61
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Rudder Control 401 ALL
Cables
Installation of the Rudder Control 426 ALL
Cables

RUDDER TRIM ACTUATION 27-22-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Component Location 1 ALL
Component Description 6 ALL
Rudder Trim Actuator 6 ALL
Maintenance 6 ALL
Control and Indicating 7 ALL
Control Panel 7 ALL

RUDDER TRIM ACTUATION 27-22-00


DEACTIVATION/REACTIVATION 401 ALL
Deactivation of the Channel 1 of 401 ALL
the Rudder Trim Actuator
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 401 ALL
22-66-01-A)
Reactivation of the Channel 1 of 404 ALL
the Rudder Trim Actuator

RUDDER TRIM ACTUATION 27-22-00


ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 ALL

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SUBJECT CH/SE/SU
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_ ____ ___________
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Adjustment of the Rudder Trim 501 ALL
Actuation
Operational Test of the Reset 510 ALL
Function
Operational Test of the Rudder 516 ALL
Trim Actuation
System Test of the Rudder Trim 522 ALL
ACTUATOR - RUDDER TRIM 27-22-51
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Rudder Trim 401 ALL
Actuator (10CC)
Installation of the Rudder Trim 415 ALL
Actuator (10CC)
Removal of the Electronic Assembly 432 ALL
of the Rudder Trim Actuator (10CC)
Installation of the Electronic 439 ALL
Assembly of the Rudder Trim
Actuator (10CC)

ARTIFICIAL FEEL AND RUDDER TRAVEL 27-23-00


LIMITING - ACTUATION
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Rudder Artificial Feel 1 ALL
Rudder Travel Limiting 1 ALL
Component Location 2 ALL
Rudder Artificial Feel 2 ALL
Rudder Travel Limiting 7 ALL
Maintenance and Rigging 9 ALL
Facilities.
Component Description 9 ALL
Rudder-Travel Limitation Unit 9 ALL
(TLU)
Normal control circuit 9 ALL
Emergency control circuit 11 ALL
Test 11 ALL

ARTIFICIAL FEEL AND RUDDER TRAVEL 27-23-00


LIMITING - ACTUATION
DEACTIVATION/REACTIVATION 401 ALL
Deactivation of the Channel 1 of 401 ALL
the Rudder Travel Limitation Unit
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 401 ALL
22-66-01-A)
Reactivation of the Channel 1 of 404 ALL

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the Rudder Travel Limitation Unit

ARTIFICIAL FEEL AND RUDDER TRAVEL 27-23-00


LIMITING - ACTUATION
ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 ALL
Operational Test of the Rudder 501 ALL
Artificial-Feel Loads with Tool
(355M03200001)
Operational Test of the Rudder 510 ALL
Artificial-Feel Loads without Tool
Operational Test of the 517 ALL
Rudder-Travel Limitation Unit
SOLENOID - ARTIFICIAL FEEL UNLOCKING 27-23-17
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Artificial Feel 401 ALL
Unlocking Solenoid 16CA
Installation of the Artificial 409 ALL
Feel Unlocking Solenoid 16CA
ARTIFICIAL FEEL AND TRIM UNIT 27-23-41
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Artificial Feel and 401 ALL
Trim Unit
Installation of the Artificial 409 ALL
Feel and Trim Unit
LIMITATION UNIT - RUDDER TRAVEL 27-23-51
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Rudder Travel 401 ALL
Limitation Unit 4CC
Installation of the Rudder 411 ALL
Travel-Limitation Unit 4CC
Removal of the Electronic Module 423 ALL
of the Rudder Travel Limitation
Unit
Installation of the Electronic 429 ALL
Module of the Rudder Travel
Limitation Unit

RUDDER HYDRAULIC ACTUATION 27-24-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Component Location 1 ALL
Hydraulic Supply (Ref. 27-00) 3 ALL
Component Description 3 ALL
Rudder Servocontrol 3 ALL
Operation 3 ALL

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SUBJECT
_______ CH/SE/SU
________ C
_ ____ ___________
PAGE EFFECTIVITY
Normal operation with the 3 ALL
servocontrol pressurized
Operation on the ground with the 3 ALL
servocontrol depressurized
Maintenance, rigging facilities, 5 ALL
periodic tests
Test 5 ALL
A single operational periodic 5 ALL
test is performed on the three
hydraulic systems (through the
use of leakage measurement
valves).

RUDDER HYDRAULIC ACTUATION 27-24-00


ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 ALL
Operational Test of the Rudder 501 ALL
Hydraulic Actuation
Operational Test of the Rudder 504 ALL
Servocontrols with Individual
Hydraulic System
Adjustment of the Rudder Neutral 509 ALL
Position

RUDDER HYDRAULIC ACTUATION 27-24-00


INSPECTION/CHECK 601 ALL
Check of the Rudder Servo Controls 601 ALL
and Hinge Bearings for too much
Play and Condition
Check of the Rudder Trailing Edge 606 ALL
Play
Visual Inspection of the Rudder 616 ALL
Servo Controls for Hydraulic
Leakage
SERVO CONTROL - RUDDER 27-24-51
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Rudder Servo 401 ALL
Control 1025GM/2025GM/3025GM
Installation of the Rudder Servo 423 ALL
Control 1025GM/2025GM/3025GM
Removal of the Filter from the 447 ALL
Rudder Servo Control
1025GM/2025GM/3035GM
Installation of the Filter in the 451 ALL
Rudder Servo Control

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1025GM/2025GM/3035GM
Removal of the Rudder Servo 456 ALL
Control Eye End
Installation of the Rudder Servo 460 ALL
Control Eye End
Replacement of the Rudder 465 ALL
Servo-Control Bearings
SERVO CONTROL - RUDDER 27-24-51
INSPECTION/CHECK 601 ALL
Check of the Rudder Servo Control 601 ALL
Attachments

RUDDER POSITION INDICATING 27-25-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL

RUDDER POSITION INDICATING 27-25-00


ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 ALL
Adjustment of the Rudder Position 501 ALL
Indicating
TRANSDUCER UNIT - RUDDER POSITION 27-25-17
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Rudder Position 401 ALL
Transducer Unit 42WV
Installation of the Rudder 406 ALL
Position Transducer Unit 42WV

YAW DAMPER ACTUATION 27-26-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Component Location 1 ALL
Component Description 1 ALL
Yaw Damper Servo-Actuator 1 ALL
Operation 2 ALL
Normal operation with the 2 ALL
actuator pressurized
Operation in case of a simple 2 ALL
electrical failure
Operation after a hydraulic 2 ALL
failure
Maintenance and rigging 2 ALL
facilities

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DEACTIVATION/REACTIVATION 401 ALL
Deactivation of the Yaw Damper 401 ALL
Servo-Actuator 3CC1 (3CC2)
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 22-63-01 401 ALL
Reactivation of the Yaw Damper 407 ALL
Servo-Actuator 3CC1 (3CC2)
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 22-63-01 407 ALL

YAW DAMPER ACTUATION 27-26-00


ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 ALL
Operational Test of the Yaw Damper 501 ALL
Actuation
Adjustment of the Yaw Damper 502 ALL
Actuation
TRANSDUCER UNIT - YAW DAMPER POSITION 27-26-17
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Yaw Damper Position 401 ALL
Transducer Unit 2CC
Installation of the Yaw Damper 406 ALL
Position Transducer Unit 2CC
CENTERING SPRING ROD - YAW DAMPER 27-26-41
SERVO ACTUATOR
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Centering Spring 401 ALL
Rod for the Actuator of the Yaw
Damper Servo
Installation of the Centering 406 ALL
Spring Rod for the Actuator of the
Yaw Damper Servo
CENTERING SPRING ROD - YAW DAMPER 27-26-41
SERVO ACTUATOR
INSPECTION/CHECK 601 ALL
Removal of the Centering Spring 601 ALL
Rod of the Yaw Damper for Workshop
Test
SERVO ACTUATOR - YAW DAMPER 27-26-51
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Yaw Damper Servo 401 ALL
Actuator (3CC1) and (3CC2)
Installation of the Yaw Damper 407 ALL
Servo Actuator (3CC1) and (3CC2)
Removal of the Servovalve 415 ALL
Installation of the Servovalve 419 ALL
Removal of the Solenoid Valve 425 ALL
Installation of the Solenoid Valve 428 ALL

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Removal of the Pressure Switch 434 ALL
Installation of the Pressure 438 ALL
Switch
SERVO ACTUATOR - YAW DAMPER 27-26-51
INSPECTION/CHECK 601 ALL
Visual Inspection of the Yaw 601 ALL
Damper Servo-Actuators

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ELEVATOR 27-30-00
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Interface with the Autopilot 1 ALL
System (Ref. 22-70)

ELEVATOR AND HYDRAULIC ACTUATION 27-34-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Component Location 1 ALL
Component Description 3 ALL
Elevator Servocontrol 3 ALL
Operation 3 ALL
General 3 ALL
Normal operation with the 3 ALL
servocontrol pressurized.
Operation after a simple 6 ALL
electrical failure.
Operation after a total 7 ALL
electrical failure.
Operation after a hydraulic 7 ALL
failure.
Special case 7 ALL
Maintenance and rigging 7 ALL
facilities.
Particular points. 7 ALL

ELEVATOR AND HYDRAULIC ACTUATION 27-34-00


DEACTIVATION/REACTIVATION 401 ALL
Elevator Servocontrol 401 ALL
Position-Transducer - Connection
of the Spare Transducer
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 27-34-02 401 ALL
Reactivation of Elevator 408 ALL
Servocontrol Position-Transducer
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 27-34-02 408 ALL

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ELEVATOR AND HYDRAULIC ACTUATION 27-34-00


ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 ALL
Operational Test of the Elevator 501 ALL
and Hydraulic Actuation
Operational Test of the Centering 507 ALL
Function
Adjustment of the Elevator and 515 ALL
Hydraulic Actuation (with the
reference triangle on the tail
cone)
Adjustment of the Elevator and 527 ALL
Hydraulic Actuation after
Removal/Installation of one
Servocontrol
Adjustment of the Elevator and 535 ALL
Hydraulic Actuation to 0.5 Degrees
Nose-Up with the Gauge-Elevator
Neutral Setting (98D27309006000)
Adjustment of the Elevator and 565 ALL
Hydraulic Actuation to 0.5 Degrees
Nose-Up with the Gauge-Elevator
Neutral Setting (98D27309002000)
Electrical Test of the Elevator 590 ALL
Servo Controls

ELEVATOR AND HYDRAULIC ACTUATION 27-34-00


INSPECTION/CHECK 601 ALL
Check of the Elevator Servo 601 ALL
Controls and Hinge Bearings for
too much Play and Condition
Check of the Position of the 612 ALL
Fluid-Reserve Piston of the
Elevator Servo Control with the
Hydraulic Reservoirs Depressurized
Check of the Differential-Pressure 619 ALL
Indicator and of the Position of
the Fluid- Reserve Piston of the
Elevator Servo Controls
Check of the Elevator Servo 628 ALL
Control Oscillations.
Check of the Position of the 633 ALL
Reference Triangle on the Tail
Cone
Removal of the Elevator Servo 637 ALL

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Controls for Functional check of
the return relief valve in
workshop
Check of Elevator Neutral Position 638 ALL
and Servo Control Installation
ELEVATOR 27-34-41
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Elevator 401 ALL
Installation of the Elevator 412 ALL
ELEVATOR 27-34-41
INSPECTION/CHECK 601 ALL
In Service Wear Limits of the 601 ALL
Elevator Hinge Fittings
FILTER - HYDRAULIC 27-34-42
SERVICING 301 ALL
Servicing of the Elevator Servo 301 ALL
Control Actuator Filter
SERVO CONTROL - ELEVATOR 27-34-51
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Elevator Servo 401 ALL
Control
Installation of the Elevator Servo 416 ALL
Control
Removal of the Elevator Servo 430 ALL
Control Actuator Servo Valve
Installation of the Elevator Servo 439 ALL
Control Actuator Servo Valve
Removal of the Elevator Servo 445 ALL
Control Actuator Solenoid Valve
Installation of the Elevator Servo 451 ALL
Control Actuator Solenoid Valve
Removal of the Elevator Servo 457 ALL
Control Actuator Mode Selector
Valve Transducer MSVT
Installation of the Elevator Servo 463 ALL
Control Actuator Mode Selector
Valve Transducer MSVT
Removal of the Servo Control 468 ALL
Actuator Eye-End
Installation of the Servo Control 473 ALL
Actuator Eye-End
SERVO CONTROL - ELEVATOR 27-34-51
INSPECTION/CHECK 601 ALL
In Service Wear Limits of the 601 ALL
Elevator Servo-Control
Attach-Fittings

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TRIMMABLE HORIZONTAL STABILIZER (THS) 27-40-00
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL

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TRIMMABLE HORIZONTAL STABILIZER (THS) 27-40-00
DEACTIVATION/REACTIVATION 401 ALL
Check of the synchronization 401 ALL
between pitch trim handwheel and
stabilizer
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 27-40-01 401 ALL

THS MECHANICAL CONTROL 27-41-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Component Location 1 ALL
Component Description 1 ALL
Cable Tension Compensator 1 ALL
Stop and Rigging Facilities 1 ALL
Leading Particulars 1 ALL

THS MECHANICAL CONTROL 27-41-00


ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 ALL
Adjustment of the THS Zero 501 ALL
Position
Functional Test of the 513 ALL
THS-Actuator Overtravel Related to
the Mechanical Indicator
System Test of the THS Actuator 518 ALL
Electrical Control
Adjustment of the THS 527 ALL
Control-Cables Length
Shortening of the THS Control 538 ALL
Cable
Cutting of the Rear Control Cable 545 ALL
of the THS

THS MECHANICAL CONTROL 27-41-00


INSPECTION/CHECK 601 ALL
Detailed Visual Inspection of the 601 ALL
THS Mechanical Control
Visual Inspection of the 611 ALL
Pitch-Trim Control Wheel

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Indicators
Check of the Cable Tension 614 ALL
Regulator of the THS Trim Control
(Pointer in the Limits)
Check of the Correct Tension of 621 ALL
the THS Mechanical Control Cables
Check of the Zero Adjustment of 627 ALL
the THS
Visual Inspection and Lubrication 632 ALL
of the Rear THS control cable
(between FR71 and the THS
actuator)
CONTROL MECHANISM - PITCH TRIM 27-41-41
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Control 401 ALL
Mechanism-Pitch Trim
Installation of the Control 410 ALL
Mechanism-Pitch Trim
REGULATOR - CABLE TENSION 27-41-42
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Cable Tension 401 ALL
Regulator
Installation of the Cable Tension 409 ALL
Regulator
Removal of the Springs of the 418 ALL
Cable Tension Regulator
Installation of the Springs of the 422 ALL
Cable Tension Regulator
STOP AND GEARSET UNIT - PITCH TRIM 27-41-43
CONTROL
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Pitch Trim Control 401 ALL
Stop and Gearset Unit
Installation of the Pitch Trim 406 ALL
Control Stop and Gearset Unit
CABLES - THS CONTROL 27-41-44
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the THS Control Cables 401 ALL
Installation of the THS Control 425 ALL
Cables
DRIVE SHAFT - MECHANICAL INPUT 27-41-45
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Mechanical Input 401 ALL
Drive Shaft Assy
Installation of the Mechanical 409 ALL
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THS HYDRAULIC ACTUATION 27-44-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Component Location 1 ALL
System Description 1 ALL
Power Supply 6 ALL
Component Description 6 ALL
Hydraulic Motors 6 ALL
Fail-Safe Ball Screw-Jack 6 ALL
Control Valve Blocks 7 ALL
Gearbox 7 ALL
Pressure-Off Brakes 8 ALL
Pitch Trim Actuator 8 ALL
Position Transducer 8 ALL
Structural Components 8 ALL
Line Replaceable Units (LRU) 9 ALL
Technical Data 9 ALL
Operation 10 ALL
Normal Operation 10 ALL
Mechanical Control Operation 14 ALL
Ground Operation from the 14 ALL
Electric Pumps
Operation in Failure Conditions 14 ALL
Test 15 ALL
Ground Test 15 ALL

THS HYDRAULIC ACTUATION 27-44-00


ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 ALL
Operational Test of the Jamming 501 ALL
Protection Device of the Trimmable
Horizontal Stabilizer Actuator
Operational Test of the Trimmable 522 ALL
Horizontal Stabilizer Actuator
with the Individual Hydraulic
Systems
Operational Test of the Trimmable 526 ALL
Horizontal Stabilizer Actuator
with both (Green and Yellow) and
Individual Hydraulic Systems
ACTUATOR - THS 27-44-51
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Trimmable 401 ALL
Horizontal Stabilizer (THS)
Actuator (9CE)

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Installation of the Trimmable 419 ALL
Horizontal Stabilizer (THS)
Actuator (9CE)
Removal of the Oil Filler Plug 443 ALL
and/or the Oil Drain Plug from the
THS Actuator (9CE)
Installation of the Oil Filler 447 ALL
Plug and/or the Oil Drain Plug in
the THS Actuator (9CE)
Removal of the Lower Claw Stop 452 ALL
Installation of the Lower Claw 457 ALL
Stop
Replacement of the Filter Assy in 462 ALL
Valve Block of the THS Actuator
ACTUATOR - THS 27-44-51
ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 ALL
Operational Test of the No-Back 501 ALL
Device (No-Back Pawls)
ACTUATOR - THS 27-44-51
INSPECTION/CHECK 601 ALL
Visual Inspection of the 601 ALL
THS-Actuator
Detailed Visual Inspection of the 605 ALL
the Ball-Screw Nut Body, the Screw
and the Claw Stops of the
THS-Actuator
Visual Check of the Threaded 610 ALL
(Fail-Safe) Nut
Check the Indicator of the No-Back 612 ALL
Wear Detection-Device of the
THS-Actuator
Check the Integrity of the Ball 616 ALL
Screw Shaft (Primary and Secondary
Load Paths) of the THS-Actuator
Detailed Visual Inspection of the 621 ALL
Upper and the Lower Attachments
(Primary and Secondary) of the
THS-Actuator
Check the Oil Level of the Gearbox 625 ALL
of the THS-Actuator
Check the Backlash between the 634 ALL
Ball Screw Nut and Screw of the
THS-Actuator
Inspection of the Magnetic Chip 640 ALL
Detector and Boroscope Inspection
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THS-Actuator
Drain and Refill the Trimable 646 ALL
Horizontal Stabilizer Actuator
Gearbox
Detailed Inspection of THSA Lower 651 ALL
Attachments for Secondary Load
Path Loading
Detailed Inspection of THSA Upper 656 ALL
Attachments for Secondary Load
Path Loading
MOTOR - THS ACTUATOR 27-44-53
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the THS Actuator Motor 401 ALL
Installation of the THS Actuator 406 ALL
Motor
BRAKE - PRESSURE OFF, THS ACTUATOR 27-44-54
ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 ALL
Functional Test of the 501 ALL
Pressure-Off Brakes
TRANSDUCER - THS ACTUATOR POSITION 27-44-56
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Position Transducer 401 ALL
from the THS Actuator 9CE
Installation of the Position 405 ALL
Transducer to the THS Actuator 9CE
ACTUATOR - PITCH TRIM, THS 27-44-57
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Pitch Trim Actuator 401 ALL
from the THS Actuator 9CE
Installation of the Pitch Trim 405 ALL
Actuator to the THS Actuator 9CE
Removal of the Electronic Modules 409 ALL
of the Pitch Trim Actuator
Installation of the Electronic 413 ALL
Modules of the Pitch Trim Actuator

THS POSITION INDICATING 27-45-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL

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FLAPS 27-50-00
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
System Configuration 1 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299

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401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
System Configuration 1 301-399,
Component Location 2 ALL
System Description 2 ALL
Electrical Control and 7 ALL
Monitoring System (Ref.
27-51-00)
Hydraulic Actuation and Power 7 ALL
Transmission (Ref. 27-54-00)
Power Supply 7 ALL
Interface 7 ALL
Component Description 7 ALL
Operation/Control and Indicating 7 ALL
Extension and Retraction of the 10 001-049, 051-099
Flaps 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Extension and Retraction of the 10 301-399,
Flaps and Tabs
Hydraulic Actuation and Power 11 ALL
Transmission
Asymmetry and Power Transmission 11 ALL
Monitoring
Position Indicating 12 ALL
BITE Test 12 ALL

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FLAPS 27-50-00
MAINTENANCE PRACTICES 201 ALL
Extension of the Flaps on the 201 ALL
Ground
Extension of the Flaps/Slats on 205 ALL
the Ground
Manual Extension of the Flaps 210 ALL
Retraction of the Flaps on the 215 ALL
Ground
Retraction of the Flaps/Slats on 219 ALL
the Ground
Manual Retraction of the Flaps 224 ALL
Reset of the Torque Limiters of 233 ALL
the Flap System on the Ground
Installation of the Inboard and 241 ALL
Outboard Flap Hoisting-Sling
Removal of the Inboard and 248 ALL

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Outboard Flap Hoisting-Sling
Installation of the Lock-Torque 251 ALL
Shaft - Flaps and Slats
(98D27504030001)
Removal of the Lock-Torque Shaft - 255 ALL
Flaps and Slats (98D27504030001)
Reset of the Wing Tip Brake (WTB) 257 ALL
of the Flap System on the Ground

FLAPS ELECTRICAL CONTROL AND MONITORING 27-51-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Component Location 2 ALL
System Description 2 ALL
Mechanical Input 2 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Mechanical Input 6 301-399,
Electrical Control 7 ALL
Wing Tip Brake (WTB) Control 9 ALL
Monitoring 9 ALL
Power Supply 14 ALL
Interfaces 14 ALL
Component Description 19 ALL
Slat/Flap Control Lever 19 ALL
Command Sensor Unit 24 ALL
Slat and Flap Control Computer 27 ALL
Valve Block 30 ALL
Feedback Position Pick-Off Unit 30 ALL
(FPPU)
Asymmetry Position Pick-Off Unit 34 ALL
(APPU)
Wing Tip Brake 34 ALL
Flap Interconnecting Strut 37 ALL
Operation/Control and Indicating 40 ALL
Normal Operation 40 ALL
Operation of the Wing Tip Brake 44 ALL
Monitoring for Failure 46 ALL
Conditions
Failure Table 54 ALL
Computer Behavior upon Power 56 ALL
Rise and Cutoff
Automatic Integrity Test (AIT) 56 ALL
Initialization and Cockpit

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Repercussions
Parameter List 57 ALL
Description of the Parameter 57 ALL
List
SFCC Parameter List: 1B 60 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
SFCC Parameter List: 1B 73 301-399,

FLAPS ELECTRICAL CONTROL AND 27-51-00


MONITORING
DEACTIVATION/REACTIVATION 401 ALL
Deactivation of the Slat and Flap 401 ALL
Control Computer (SFCC) No. 2 Flap
Channel
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 401 ALL
27-51-01-A)
Reactivation of the Slat and Flap 408 ALL
Control Computer (SFCC) No. 2 Flap
Channel
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 408 ALL
27-51-01-A)
Deactivation of the Slat and Flap 411 ALL
Control Computer (SFCC) No. 2 Slat
Channel
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 411 ALL
27-51-01-B)
Reactivation of the Slat and Flap 418 ALL
Control Computer (SFCC) No. 2 Slat
Channel
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 418 ALL
27-51-01-B)
Deactivation of the SFCC 2 Flap 421 ALL
WTB Solenoids
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 27-51-02 421 ALL
Reactivation of the SFCC 2 Flap 427 ALL
WTB Solenoids
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 27-51-02 427 ALL

FLAPS ELECTRICAL CONTROL AND 27-51-00


MONITORING
ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 ALL

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Read-out of Class 3 Faults in the 501 ALL
Flap System
Bite Test of the Slat and Flap 503 ALL
Control Computers (Flap System)
Operational Test of the Wing Tip 508 ALL
Brake and the Pressure Off Brake
Operational Test of the Wing Tip 515 ALL
Brake and the Pressure Off Brake
with the Ground Power Cart
Operational Test of the Wing Tip 524 ALL
Brake and the Pressure Off Brake
with the Engine Driven Pumps
Manual Adjustment of the Position 535 ALL
Pick-Off Units
Operational Test of the Flap 540 ALL
Interconnecting Strut and the
Flap-Attachment Failure-Detection
Sensors
Automatic Integrity Test of the 551 ALL
Slat and Flap Control Computers
To do a Check of the Flap Rigged 555 ALL
Position (with the Sharks Fin)
Adjustment of the Forward 598 ALL
Eccentrics to the Datum Position
Adjustment of the Flap Rigged A508 001-049, 051-099
Position with the Sharks Fin Tool 101-149, 151-199
(A318/319/320) 201-249, 251-299
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Adjustment of the Flap Rigged B501 301-399,
Position with the Sharks Fin Tool
(A321)
SENSOR FLAP ATTACHMENT FAILURE 27-51-15
DETECTION
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Proximity-Sensors 401 ALL
of the Interconnecting Strut
Installation of the 403 ALL
Proximity-Sensors of the
Interconnecting Strut
COMMAND SENSOR UNIT (CSU) 27-51-17
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Command Sensor Unit 401 ALL
(CSU) (51CV)
Installation of the Command Sensor 404 ALL
Unit (CSU) (51CV)

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COMMAND SENSOR UNIT (CSU) 27-51-17
INSPECTION/CHECK 601 ALL
Removal and Workshop Check of the 601 ALL
Friction Brake of the Flap/Slat
Command Sensor Unit (CSU)
POSITION PICK OFF UNIT - ASYMMETRY 27-51-18
(APPU)
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Asymmetry-Position 401 ALL
Pick-Off Unit 29CV (30CV)
Installation of the 407 ALL
Asymmetry-Position Pick-Off Unit
29CV (30CV)
POSITION PICK - OFF UNIT - FEED BACK 27-51-19
(FPPU)
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Feed Back Position 401 ALL
Pick-Off Unit
Installation of the Feed Back 404 ALL
Position Pick-Off Unit
COMPUTER - SLAT AND FLAP CONTROL 27-51-34
(SFCC)
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the SFCC (21CV, 22CV) 401 ALL
Installation of the SFCC (21CV, 404 ALL
22CV)
LEVER - FLAP AND SLAT CONTROL 27-51-43
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Flap and Slat 401 ALL
Control Lever
Installation of the Flap and Slat 405 ALL
Control Lever
Removal of the Lighted Plate 408 ALL
Installation of the Lighted Plate 411 ALL
STRUT - INTERCONNECTING 27-51-44
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Interconnecting 401 ALL
Strut
Installation of the 408 ALL
Interconnecting Strut
Removal of the Proximity-Sensor of 419 ALL
the Interconnecting Strut
Installation of the 426 ALL
Proximity-Sensor of the
Interconnecting Strut
STRUT - INTERCONNECTING 27-51-44

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ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 ALL
Adjustment of the Interconnecting 501 ALL
Strut
STRUT - INTERCONNECTING 27-51-44
INSPECTION/CHECK 601 ALL
Detailed Inspection of 601 ALL
Interconnecting Strut and
Attachments
Replacement of the Flap 616 ALL
Interconnecting Strut Rod-End and
Locking Device
BRAKE - WING TIP (WTB) 27-51-51
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Flap Wing-Tip Brake 401 ALL
Installation of the Flap Wing-Tip 407 ALL
Brake
Removal of the Solenoid Valves of 418 ALL
the Flap Wing-Tip Brake (WTB)
Installation of the Solenoid 426 ALL
Valves of the Flap Wing-Tip Brake
(WTB)

FLAPS HYDRAULIC ACTUATION AND POWER 27-54-00


TRANSMISSION
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Component Location 1 ALL
System Description 7 ALL
Hydraulic Actuation 7 ALL
Power Transmission 9 ALL
Power Supply 17 ALL
Interface 17 ALL
Component Description 17 ALL
Power Control Unit 17 ALL
Right Angle Gearbox 30 ALL
6203CM(6253CM)
Line Gearbox 6209CM(6259CM) 30 ALL
Bevel Gearbox 6217CM(6267CM) 30 ALL
Torque Shafts and Steady 34 ALL
Bearings
Actuator Track 1 6205CM(6255CM) 38 ALL
Actuator Track 2 6211CM(6261CM) 54 ALL
Actuator Track 3 6221CM(6271CM) 61 ALL
Actuator Track 4 6233CM(6283CM) 68 ALL
Flap Carriages 73 ALL
Flap and Track Fairing Operating 77 301-399,

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Mechanism
Inboard and Outboard Tab 77 301-399,
Operating Mechanism
Operation/Control and Indicating 78 ALL
Hydraulic Actuation 78 ALL
Power Transmission 79 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Power Transmission 80 301-399,
BITE 81 ALL

FLAPS HYDRAULIC ACTUATION AND POWER 27-54-00


TRANSMISSION
ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 ALL
Operational Test of the Flap 501 ALL
System
Operational Test of the Flap and 506 ALL
Slat Systems
Adjustment of the Flap Drive 512 ALL
System

FLAPS HYDRAULIC ACTUATION AND POWER 27-54-00


TRANSMISSION
INSPECTION/CHECK 601 ALL
Detailed Visual Inspection of the 601 ALL
Transmission Assembly (Including
Part of the Transmission in Zone
140)
Check of the Integrity of the Flap 621 ALL
Transmission System and Inspection
of the Seal Witness Drains of the
Wing Tip Brakes
Check Flap Attachment Bearing No 1 628 051-051, 301-399
for Liner Migration
Detailed Dimensional Check - Free 635 ALL
Movement at the Trailing Edge of
the Flaps
Detailed Inspection of Inboard A623 001-001, 051-052
Flap Trunnions for Evidence of
Wear Marks
Visual Inspection of Inner Flap A629 ALL
Drive Trunnion Clamp-Type Steel

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Rubbing Pads for Wear
Check of the Flap Drive System A641 ALL
Quantity Check of the Semi-Fluid A652 ALL
remaining in a Flap Rotary
Actuator (After Leakage)
GEARBOX - RIGHT ANGLE 27-54-41
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Right Angle Gearbox 401 ALL
6203CM, (6253CM)
Installation of the Right Angle 408 ALL
Gearbox 6203CM, (6253CM)
STEADY BEARING ASSY 27-54-44
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Steady Bearings FIN 401 ALL
6207CM(6257CM)/6213CM(6263CM)
Installation of the Steady 405 ALL
Bearings FIN
6207CM(6257CM)/6213CM(6263CM)
Removal of the Steady Bearings FIN 411 ALL
6215CM(6265CM)/6219CM(6269CM)/6223
(6273CM)/6225CM(6275CM)/6229CM(627
Installation of the Steady 415 ALL
Bearings FIN
6215CM(6265CM)/6219CM(6269CM)/6223
(6273CM)/6225CM(6275CM)/6229CM(627
TORQUE SHAFT ASSY - TRANSMISSION 27-54-45
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Torque Shaft 401 ALL
6202CM(6252CM)
Installation of the Torque Shaft 409 ALL
6202CM(6252CM)
Removal of the Torque Shaft 416 ALL
6204CM(6254CM)
Installation of the Torque Shaft 420 ALL
6204CM(6254CM)
Removal of the Torque Shaft 427 ALL
6206CM(6256CM)
Installation of the Torque Shaft 432 ALL
6206CM(6256CM)
Removal of the Torque Shaft 440 ALL
6208CM(6258CM)
Installation of the Torque Shaft 448 ALL
6208CM(6258CM)
Removal of the Torque Shaft 455 ALL
6210CM(6260CM)
Installation of the Torque Shaft 459 ALL

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6210CM(6260CM)
Removal of the Torque Shaft 466 ALL
6212CM(6262CM)
Installation of the Torque Shaft 471 ALL
6212CM(6262CM)
Removal of the Torque Shafts 479 ALL
6214CM(6264CM)/6220CM(6270CM)
Installation of the Torque Shafts 484 ALL
6214CM(6264CM)/6220CM(6270CM)
Removal of the Torque Shafts 491 ALL
6216CM(6266CM)/6226CM(6276CM)
Installation of the Torque Shafts 497 ALL
6216CM(6266CM)/6226CM(6276CM)
Removal of Torque Shaft A406 ALL
6218CM(6268CM)
Installation of the Torque Shaft A411 ALL
6218CM(6268CM)
Removal of the Torque Shaft A418 ALL
6222CM(6272CM)
Installation of the Torque Shaft A422 ALL
6222CM(6272CM)
Removal of the Torque Shafts A429 ALL
6224CM(6274CM)/6230CM(6280CM)
Installation of the Torque Shafts A434 ALL
6224CM(6274CM)/6230CM(6280CM)
Removal of the Torque Shaft A441 ALL
6228CM(6278CM)
Installation of the Torque Shaft A445 ALL
6228CM(6278CM)
Removal of the Torque Shaft A452 ALL
6232CM(6282CM)
Installation of the Torque Shaft A457 ALL
6232CM(6282CM)
CARRIAGE 27-54-46
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the No.1 Flap Carriage 401 ALL
Installation of the No.1 Flap 410 ALL
Carriage
Removal of the Nos. 2, 3 and 4 419 ALL
Flap Carriages
Installation of the Nos 2, 3 and 4 426 ALL
Flap Carriages
Removal of the Pendulum of the No. 439 001-049, 051-099
1 Flap Track Carriage 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
401-499, 501-509

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511-526, 528-599
Installation of the Pendulum of 449 001-049, 051-099
the No. 1 Flap Track Carriage 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
CARRIAGE 27-54-46
INSPECTION/CHECK 601 ALL
Detailed Visual Inspection of the 601 ALL
Flap Tracks and Rollers (as far as
is possible)
Detailed Inspection of the Flap 611 ALL
Carriage Rollers for In-Service
Wear
LINE GEARBOX 27-54-47
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Line Gearbox 401 ALL
6209CM(6259CM)
Installation of the Line Gearbox 405 ALL
6209CM(6259CM)
BEVEL GEAR BOX 27-54-48
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Bevel Gear Box 401 ALL
6217CM(6267CM)
Installation of the Bevel Gear Box 406 ALL
6217CM(6267CM)
ACTUATOR ASSY 27-54-49
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Flap Track 1 to 4 401 ALL
Actuators
6205CM(6255CM)/6211CM(6261CM)/
6221CM(6271CM)/6233CM(6283CM)
Installation of the Flap Track 1 408 ALL
to 4 Actuators
6205CM(6255CM)/6211CM(6261CM)/
6221CM(6271CM)/6233CM(6283CM)
Removal of the Flap Track 1 418 ALL
Actuator 6205CM(6255CM)
Installation of the Flap Track 1 434 ALL
Actuator 6205CM(6255CM)
Removal of the Flap Track 2 453 ALL
Actuator 6211CM(6261CM)
Installation of the Flap Track 2 463 ALL
Actuator 6211CM(6261CM)
Removal of the Flap Track 3 478 ALL
Actuator 6221CM(6271CM)

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Installation of the Flap Track 3 488 ALL
Actuator 6221CM(6271CM)
Removal of the Flap Track 4 A404 ALL
Actuator 6233CM(6283CM)
Installation of the Flap Track 4 A414 ALL
Actuator 6233CM(6283CM)
CONTROL UNIT - POWER (PCU) (FLAPS) 27-54-51
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Power Control Unit 401 ALL
6201CM of the Flap System
Installation of the Power Control 412 ALL
Unit 6201CM of the Flap System
BRAKE - PRESSURE OFF, FLAPS PCU 27-54-52
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Pressure-Off Brake 401 ALL
of the Flap Power Control Unit
Installation of the Pressure-Off 409 ALL
Brake of the Flap Power Control
Unit
VALVE BLOCK - FLAP PCU 27-54-53
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Valve Blocks 23CV, 401 ALL
24CV of the Power Control Unit
(Flap)
Installation of the Valve Blocks 409 ALL
23CV, 24CV of the Power Control
Unit (Flap)
Removal of the Solenoid Valves of 417 ALL
the Power Control Unit (Flap)
Installation of the Solenoid 421 ALL
Valves of the Power Control Unit
(Flap)
Removal of the Filters of the 426 ALL
Valve Blocks
Installation of the Filters of the 430 ALL
Valve Blocks
MOTOR - HYDRAULIC, FLAPS PCU 27-54-54
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Hydraulic Motor of 401 ALL
the Flap Power Control-Unit
(6201CM) with the Pressure-Off
Brake and the Valve Block Assembly
Installation of the Hydraulic 409 ALL
Motor of the Flap Power
Control-Unit (6201CM) with the
Pressure-Off Brake and the Valve

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Block Assembly
Removal of the Hydraulic Motor of 418 ALL
the Flap Power Control-Unit
(6201CM) without the Pressure-Off
Brake and the Valve Block Assembly
Installation of the Hydraulic 424 ALL
Motor of the Flap Power
Control-Unit (6201CM) without the
Pressure-Off Brake and the Valve
Block Assembly
LEVER ASSY - FLAP ACTUATOR 27-54-55
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Flap-Actuator Lever 401 ALL
Assembly - Tracks 1 and 2
Installation of the Flap-Actuator 430 ALL
Lever Assembly - Tracks 1 and 2
Removal of the Flap-Actuator Lever 464 ALL
Assembly - Track 3
Installation of the Flap-Actuator 478 ALL
Lever Assembly - Track 3
Removal of the Flap-Actuator Lever 492 ALL
Assembly - Track 4
Installation of the Flap-Actuator A401 ALL
Lever Assembly - Track 4
INBOARD FLAP 27-54-61
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Inboard Flap 401 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Installation of the Inboard Flap 427 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Removal of the Flap Kink-Seals and 453 ALL
Cushion-Seals
Installation of the Flap 461 ALL
Kink-Seals and Cushion-Seals
Removal of the Inboard Flap Seals 470 ALL
Installation of the Inboard Flap 474 ALL
Seals
Removal of the Inboard Flap Tab 478 301-399,
Installation of the Inboard Flap 487 301-399,
Tab

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Removal of the Inboard 498 301-399,
Double-Slotted Flap
Installation of the Inboard A418 301-399,
Double-Slotted Flap
INBOARD FLAP 27-54-61
INSPECTION/CHECK 601 ALL
Dimensional Check of the Joints 601 ALL
that Connect the Flap Actuator
Levers to the Flap Drive Struts
(Tracks 1 and 2)
OUTBOARD FLAP 27-54-62
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Outboard Flap 401 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Installation of the Outboard Flap 413 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Removal of the Outboard 436 301-399,
Double-Slotted Flap
Installation of the Outboard 453 301-399,
Double-Slotted Flap
Removal of the Leading Edge Panels 478 ALL
2 and 5 on the Outboard Flap
Installation of the Leading Edge 484 ALL
Panels 2 and 5 on the Outboard
Flap
Removal of the Outboard Flap Tab 490 301-399,
Installation of the Outboard Flap 499 301-399,
Tab
OUTBOARD FLAP 27-54-62
INSPECTION/CHECK 601 ALL
Dimensional Check of the Joints 601 ALL
that connect the Flap Actuator
Levers to the Flap Drive Struts
(Tracks 3 and 4)
ROLLER ASSY - FLAP GUIDE 27-54-63
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Flap Guide-Roller 401 ALL
Assembly
Installation of the Flap 406 ALL
Guide-Roller Assembly

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FLAPS POSITION INDICATING 27-55-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Component Location 1 ALL
System Description 1 ALL
Power Supply 7 ALL
Interface 7 ALL
Component Description 7 ALL
Instrumentation Position 7 ALL
Pickoff-Unit (IPPU)
Operation/Control and Indicating 8 ALL
Flap Protection 8 001-049, 051-099
101-105, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-302,
No Data at the Data Management 9 001-049, 051-099
Computer (DMC) Input 101-105, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-302,
Flap Protection 10 106-149, 234-235
239-249, 251-299
303-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
No Data at the Data Management 10 106-149, 234-235
Computer (DMC) Input 239-249, 251-299
303-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Bite 11 ALL
POSITION PICK-OFF UNIT - 27-55-11
INSTRUMENTATION (IPPU)
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Instrumentation 401 ALL
Position Pick-Off Unit
Installation of the 404 ALL
Instrumentation Position Pick-Off
Unit

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SPOILER 27-60-00
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
System Description 1 ALL
Roll Function 1 ALL
Speedbrake Function 2 ALL

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Ground Spoilers 2 ALL

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SPOILER 27-60-00
MAINTENANCE PRACTICES 201 ALL
Extension-Retraction of the 201 ALL
Spoilers for Maintenance

SPOILER HYDRAULIC ACTUATION 27-64-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Component Location 1 ALL
Hydraulic Supply (Ref. 27-00) 5 ALL
Component Description 5 ALL
Servocontrols of Spoilers 1 thru 5 ALL
5
Operation 5 ALL
Normal operation with the 5 ALL
servocontrol pressurized
Operation after an electrical 5 ALL
failure
Operation after a hydraulic 7 ALL
failure
Operation in case of high 7 ALL
pressure decrease
Operation on the ground with the 7 ALL
servocontrol depressurized
Maintenance and rigging 7 ALL
facilities

SPOILER HYDRAULIC ACTUATION 27-64-00


DEACTIVATION/REACTIVATION 401 ALL
Deactivation of the Spoiler Servo 401 ALL
Control
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 27-64-01 401 ALL
Reactivation of the Spoiler Servo 410 ALL
Control
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 27-64-01 410 ALL

SPOILER HYDRAULIC ACTUATION 27-64-00


ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 ALL
Operational Test of the Spoiler 501 ALL
Hydraulic Actuation
Adjustment of the Spoilers 508 001-049, 051-099

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101-149, 201-249
251-299, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Adjustment of the Spoilers 522 301-399,
Adjustment of the Spoilers 533 151-199, 401-499
Electrical Test of the spoiler 543 ALL
Servo Controls

SPOILER HYDRAULIC ACTUATION 27-64-00


INSPECTION/CHECK 601 ALL
Check of the Spoilers Servo 601 ALL
Controls and Hinge Bearings for
Excessive Play and Condition
SPOILER 1 27-64-41
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Spoiler 1 401 ALL
Installation of the Spoiler 1 420 ALL
SPOILER 1 27-64-41
INSPECTION/CHECK 601 ALL
Inspection/Check of the Spoiler 1 601 ALL
SPOILER 2 27-64-42
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Spoiler 2 401 ALL
Installation of the Spoiler 2 418 ALL
SPOILER 2 27-64-42
INSPECTION/CHECK 601 ALL
Inspection/Check of the Spoiler 2 601 ALL
SPOILER 3 27-64-43
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Spoiler 3 401 ALL
Installation of the Spoiler 3 417 ALL
SPOILER 3 27-64-43
INSPECTION/CHECK 601 ALL
Inspection/check of the Spoiler 3 601 ALL
SPOILER 4 27-64-44
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Spoiler 4 401 ALL
Installation of the Spoiler 4 418 ALL
SPOILER 4 27-64-44
INSPECTION/CHECK 601 ALL
Inspection/Check of the Spoiler 4 601 ALL
SPOILER 5 27-64-45
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Spoiler 5 401 ALL
Installation of the Spoiler 5 416 ALL

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SPOILER 5 27-64-45
INSPECTION/CHECK 601 ALL
Inspection/Check of the Spoiler 5 601 ALL
CHECK VALVE 27-64-48
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 201-249
251-299, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Removal of the Check Valve 401 001-049, 051-099
3626GM(3627GM) 101-149, 201-249
251-299, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Installation of the Check Valve 406 001-049, 051-099
3626GM(3627GM) 101-149, 201-249
251-299, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
SERVO CONTROL - SPOILER 27-64-51
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Spoiler 401 ALL
Servo-Control 31CE1 thru 31CE10
Installation of the Spoiler 418 ALL
Servo-Control 31CE1 thru 31CE10
Removal of the Servo-Valve from 437 ALL
the Spoiler Servo-Control
Installation of the Servo-Valve on 442 ALL
the Spoiler Servo-Control
Removal of the Filter 450 ALL
Installation of the Filter 455 ALL

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LIFT AUGMENTING 27-80-00
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
System Configuration 1 ALL
Component Location 1 ALL
System Description 1 ALL
Electrical Control and 1 ALL
Monitoring (Ref. 27-81-00)
Hydraulic Actuation and Power 4 ALL
Transmission (Ref. 27-84-00)
Power Supply 4 ALL
Interface 4 ALL
Component Description 4 ALL
Operation/Control and Indicating 6 ALL
Extension and Retraction of the 6 ALL
Slats
Hydraulic Actuation and Power 6 ALL

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Transmission
Asymmetry and Power Transmission 7 ALL
Monitoring
Position Indicating 7 ALL
BITE Test 7 ALL

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LIFT AUGMENTING 27-80-00
MAINTENANCE PRACTICES 201 ALL
Extending the Slats on the Ground 201 ALL
Manual Extension of the Slats 206 ALL
Retracting the Slats on the Ground 214 ALL
Manual Retraction of the Slats 218 ALL
Reset of the Torque Limiters of 224 ALL
the Slat System on the Ground
Installation of the Hoisting Sling 232 ALL
Removal of the Hoisting Sling 236 ALL
Reset of the Wing Tip Brake (WTB) 240 ALL
of the Slat System on the Ground

SLATS ELECTRICAL CONTROL AND MONITORING 27-81-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Component Location 2 ALL
System Description 2 ALL
Mechanical Input 2 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Mechanical Input 2 301-399,
Electrical Control 7 ALL
Wing Tip Brake (WTB) Control 7 ALL
Monitoring 10 ALL
Power Supply 13 ALL
Interfaces 13 ALL
Component Description 14 ALL
Refer to (Ref. 27-51-00) for 14 ALL
data on:
Valve Block 14 ALL
Feedback Position Pick-off Unit 14 ALL
(FPPU)
Asymmetry Position Pick-off Unit 14 ALL
(APPU)
Adapter Plate 14 ALL
Wing Tip Brake 25 ALL

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Normal Operation 25 ALL
Slat Alpha Lock/Speed Baulk 30 001-049, 051-099
101-105, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
Slat Alpha Lock/Speed Baulk 31 106-149, 234-235
239-249, 251-299
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Slat Alpha Lock/Speed Baulk 31 301-302,
Slat Alpha Lock/Speed Baulk 32 303-399,
Operation of the Wing Tip Brake 32 ALL
Monitoring for Failure 34 ALL
Conditions
Failure Table 40 ALL
Parameter List 41 ALL
BITE 41 ALL

SLATS ELECTRICAL CONTROL AND 27-81-00


MONITORING
DEACTIVATION/REACTIVATION 401 ALL
Deactivation of the SFCC 2 Slat 401 ALL
WTB Solenoids
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 27-81-01 401 ALL
Reactivation of the SFCC 2 Slat 404 ALL
WTB Solenoids
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 27-81-01 404 ALL

SLATS ELECTRICAL CONTROL AND 27-81-00


MONITORING
ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 ALL
Read-out for Class 3 Faults in the 501 ALL
Slat System
Bite Test of the Slat and Flap 503 ALL
Control Computers (Slat System)
Operational Test of the Wing-Tip 508 ALL
Brake and the Pressure-Off Brake
Operational Test of the Wing-Tip 519 ALL
Brake and the Pressure-Off Brake
with the Ground Power Cart
Operational Test of the Wing-Tip 532 ALL
Brake and the Pressure-Off Brake
with the Engine Driven Pumps
Manual Adjustment of the Position 547 ALL

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Pick-Off Units
POSITION PICK OFF UNIT - ASYMMETRY 27-81-18
(APPU)
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Asymmetry-Position 401 ALL
Pick-Off Unit 31CV (32CV)
Installation of the 405 ALL
Asymmetry-Position Pick-Off Unit
31CV (32CV)
POSITION PICK - OFF UNIT - FEED BACK 27-81-19
(FPPU)
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Feed Back Position 401 ALL
Pick-Off Unit
Installation of the Feed Back 404 ALL
Position Pick-Off Unit
ADAPTOR PLATE - PPU 27-81-42
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the PPU Adaptor Plate 401 ALL
6048CM(6098CM)
Installation of the PPU Adaptor 407 ALL
Plate 6048CM(6098CM)
BRAKE - WING TIP (WTB) 27-81-51
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Slat Wing-Tip Brake 401 ALL
Installation of the Slat Wing-Tip 407 ALL
Brake
Removal of the Solenoid Valve from 418 ALL
the Slat Wing-Tip Brake (WTB)
Installation of the Solenoid Valve 422 ALL
to the Slat Wing-Tip Brake (WTB)

SLATS HYDRAULIC ACTUATION AND POWER 27-84-00


TRANSMISSION
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Component Location 1 ALL
System Description 7 ALL
Hydraulic Actuation 7 ALL
Power Transmission 9 ALL
Power Supply 13 ALL
Interface 13 ALL
Component Description 13 ALL
Power Control Unit (6001CM) 13 ALL
Bevel Gearbox, 19 degree 26 ALL
(6003CM)

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Tee Gearbox (6005CM) 26 ALL
Bevel Gearbox, 63.5 degree 29 ALL
(6009CM/6059CM, 6011CM/6061CM)
Torque Shafts and Steady 29 ALL
Bearings
Actuator 29 ALL
Tracks 45 ALL
Operation/Control and Indicating 45 ALL
Hydraulic Actuation 45 ALL
Power Transmission 47 ALL
Bite 47 ALL

SLATS HYDRAULIC ACTUATION AND POWER 27-84-00


TRANSMISSION
ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 ALL
Operational Test of the Slat 501 ALL
System

SLATS HYDRAULIC ACTUATION AND POWER 27-84-00


TRANSMISSION
INSPECTION/CHECK 601 ALL
Detailed Visual Inspection of the 601 ALL
Slat Transmission System
Detailed Visual Inspection of the 611 ALL
Slat Track Rollers, the Pinions
and the Curved Rack Gears (As Far
As Visible)
Check of Slat Transmission Shaft 620 ALL
Integrity Including Inspection of
Seal Witness Drains
Operational Test of Wingtip 629 ALL
Brakes/Pressure-Off Brakes,
Followed by Check of Transmission
Shafting Integrity and Inspection
of Seal Witness Drains
GEARBOX - BEVEL 19 DEG 27-84-41
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Bevel Gearbox 401 ALL
6003CM
Installation of the Bevel Gearbox 406 ALL
6003CM
GEARBOX - TEE 27-84-42
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Tee Gearbox 6005CM 401 ALL

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Installation of the Tee Gearbox 407 ALL
6005CM
GEARBOX - BEVEL 63.5 DEG 27-84-43
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Bevel Gearbox 63.5 401 ALL
6009CM, 6011CM (6059CM, 6061CM)
Installation of the Bevel Gearbox 406 ALL
63.5 6009CM, 6011CM (6059CM,
6061CM)
STEADY BEARING ASSY - TRANSMISSION 27-84-44
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Steady Bearing FIN 401 ALL
6007CM(6057CM)
Installation of the Steady Bearing 405 ALL
FIN 6007CM(6057CM)
Removal of the Steady Bearings FIN 410 ALL
6017CM(6067CM)/6019CM(6069CM)
Installation of the Steady 414 ALL
Bearings FIN
6017CM(6067CM)/6019CM(6069CM)
Removal of the Steady Bearing FIN 419 ALL
6021CM(6071CM)
Installation of the Steady Bearing 422 ALL
FIN 6021CM(6071CM)
Removal of the Steady Bearing FIN 427 ALL
6023CM(6073CM)
Installation of the Steady Bearing 430 ALL
FIN 6023CM(6073CM)
Removal of the Steady Bearing FIN 435 ALL
6025CM(6075CM)
Installation of the Steady Bearing 438 ALL
FIN 6025CM(6075CM)
Removal of the Steady Bearing FIN 443 ALL
6031CM(6081CM)
Installation of the Steady Bearing 446 ALL
FIN 6031CM(6081CM)
TORQUE SHAFT ASSY - TRANSMISSION 27-84-45
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Torque Shaft 401 ALL
6002CM(6004CM)
Installation of the Torque Shaft 406 ALL
6002CM(6004CM)
Removal of the Torque Shaft 411 ALL
6006CM(6056CM)
Installation of the Torque Shaft 414 ALL
6006CM(6056CM)

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Removal of the Torque Shaft 419 ALL
6008CM(6058CM)
Installation of the Torque Shaft 422 ALL
6008CM(6058CM)
Removal of the Torque Shaft 427 ALL
6010CM(6060CM)
Installation of the Torque Shaft 430 ALL
6010CM(6060CM)
Removal of the Torque Shaft 439 ALL
6012CM(6062CM)
Installation of the Torque Shaft 443 ALL
6012CM(6062CM)
Removal of the Torque Shafts 449 ALL
6014CM(6064CM)/6028CM(6078CM)/6036
6038CM(6088CM)/6040CM(6090CM)/6042
Installation of the Torque Shafts 453 ALL
6014CM(6064CM)/6028CM(6078CM)/6036
(6086CM)/6038CM(6088CM)/6040CM(609
M(6094CM)
Removal of the Torque Shafts 460 ALL
6016CM(6066CM)/6020CM(6070CM)/6026
6030CM(6080CM)
Installation of the Torque Shafts 463 ALL
6016CM(6066CM)/6020CM(6070CM)/6026
(6076CM)/6030CM(6080CM)
Removal of the Torque Shaft 470 ALL
6018CM(6068CM)
Installation of the Torque Shaft 473 ALL
6018CM(6068CM)
Removal of the Torque Shaft 478 ALL
6022CM(6072CM)
Installation of the Torque Shaft 481 ALL
6022CM(6072CM)
Removal of the Torque Shaft 487 ALL
6024CM(6074CM)
Installation of the Torque Shaft 490 ALL
6024CM(6074CM)
Removal of the Torque Shaft 496 ALL
6032CM(6082CM)
Installation of the Torque Shaft 499 ALL
6032CM(6082CM)
Removal of the Torque Shaft A405 ALL
6034CM(6084CM)
Installation of the Torque Shaft A408 ALL
6034CM(6084CM)
Removal of the Torque Shaft A413 ALL

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6046CM(6096CM)
Installation of the Torque Shaft A418 ALL
6046CM(6096CM)
ACTUATOR ASSY - TYPE A 27-84-48
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Type A Actuators 401 ALL
6013CM(6063CM)/6015CM(6065CM)
Installation of the Type A 409 ALL
Actuators
6013CM(6063CM)/6015CM(6065CM)
ACTUATOR ASSY - TYPE B 27-84-49
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Type B Actuators 401 ALL
6027CM(6077CM)/6029CM(6079CM)/6035
(6085CM)/6039CM(6089CM)/6045CM(609
Installation of the Type B 409 ALL
Actuators
6027CM(6077CM)/6029CM(6079CM)/6035
(6085CM)/6039CM(6089CM)/6045CM(609
Removal of the Type B Actuators 419 ALL
6033CM(6083CM)/6037CM(6087CM)/6041
(6091CM)
Installation of the Type B 425 ALL
Actuators
6033CM(6083CM)/6037CM(6087CM)/
6041CM(6091CM)
CONTROL UNIT - POWER (PCU) (SLATS) 27-84-51
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Power Control Unit 401 ALL
6001CM of the Slat System
Installation of the Power Control 409 ALL
Unit 6001CM of the Slat System
BRAKE - PRESSURE OFF, SLATS PCU 27-84-52
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Pressure-Off Brake 401 ALL
of the Slat Power Control Unit
Installation of the Pressure-Off 407 ALL
Brake of the Slat Power Control
Unit
VALVE BLOCK - SLAT PCU 27-84-53
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Valve Blocks 25CV, 401 ALL
26CV of the Power Control Unit
(Slat)
Installation of the Valve Blocks 407 ALL
25CV, 26CV of the Power Control

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Unit (Slat)
Removal of the Solenoid Valves of 416 ALL
the Power Control Unit (Slat)
Installation of the Solenoid 420 ALL
Valves of the Power Control Unit
(Slat)
Removal of the Filters of the 425 ALL
Valve Blocks
Installation of the Filters of the 429 ALL
Valve Blocks
MOTOR - HYDRAULIC, SLAT PCU 27-84-54
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Hydraulic Motor of 401 ALL
the Slat Power Control Unit
(6001CM) with the Pressure-Off
Brake and the Valve Block Assembly
Installation of the Hydraulic 407 ALL
Motor of the Slat Power Control
Unit (6001CM) with the
Pressure-Off Brake and the Valve
Block Assembly
Removal of the Hydraulic Motor of 416 ALL
the Slat Power Control Unit
(6001CM) without the Pressure-Off
Brake and the Valve Block Assembly
Installation of the Hydraulic 420 ALL
Motor of the Slat Power Control
Unit (6001CM) without the
Pressure-Off Brake and the Valve
Block Assembly
TRACK - SLAT 1 27-84-61
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Slat Tracks 1 thru 401 ALL
4
Installation of the Slat Tracks 1 405 ALL
thru 4
Removal of the Side-Rollers - Slat 429 ALL
Tracks 1 thru 4
Installation of the Side-Rollers - 433 ALL
Slat Tracks 1 thru 4
TRACK - SLAT 1 27-84-61
INSPECTION/CHECK 601 ALL
Dimensional Check of the 601 ALL
Slat-to-Track Attachment Fittings,
Tracks 1 Thru 4
Check of Slat 1 Trailing Edge 624 ALL

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Backlash
TRACK - SLAT 2, 3, 4, 5 27-84-62
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Slat Tracks 5 thru 401 ALL
12
Installation of the Slat Tracks 5 405 ALL
thru 12
Removal of the Side Rollers - Slat 431 ALL
Tracks 5 thru 12
Installation of the Side Rollers - 435 ALL
Slat Tracks 5 thru 12
TRACK - SLAT 2, 3, 4, 5 27-84-62
INSPECTION/CHECK 601 ALL
Dimensional Check of the 601 ALL
Slat-To-Track Attachment Fittings,
Tracks 5 Thru 12
Check of Slat 2, 3, 4 and 5 674 ALL
Trailing Edge Backlash
SLAT 1 27-84-63
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the No. 1 Slat 401 ALL
Installation of the No. 1 Slat 413 ALL
SLAT 2 27-84-64
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the No. 2 Slat 401 ALL
Installation of the No. 2 Slat 412 ALL
SLAT 3 27-84-65
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the No. 3 Slat 401 ALL
Installation of the No. 3 Slat 410 ALL
SLAT 4 27-84-66
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the No. 4 Slat 401 ALL
Installation of the No. 4 Slat 409 ALL
SLAT 5 27-84-67
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the No. 5 Slat 401 ALL
Installation of the No. 5 Slat 412 ALL
PINION ASSEMBLY - SLAT TRACKS 27-84-68
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Slat-Track Pinion 401 ALL
Assembly
Installation of the Slat-Track 409 ALL
Pinion Assembly
PINION ASSEMBLY - SLAT TRACKS 27-84-68
REPAIRS 801 ALL

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Repair of Damaged Flanks of the 801 ALL
Teeth of the Slat Track Pinions
and Gear Racks
CLOSING PLATES - SLAT TRACKS 27-84-69
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Closing Plates for 401 ALL
the Slat Tracks 1 thru 12
Installation of the Closing Plates 411 ALL
for the Slat Tracks 1 thru 12

SLATS POSITION INDICATING 27-85-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Component Location 1 ALL
System Description 1 ALL
Power Supply 6 ALL
Interface 6 ALL
Component Description 6 ALL
Instrumentation Position 6 ALL
Pickoff-Unit (IPPU)
Operation/Control and Indicating 8 ALL
Slat Protection 8 001-049, 051-099
101-105, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-302,
No Data at the Data Management 9 001-049, 051-099
Computer (DMC) Input 101-105, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-302,
Slat Protection 10 106-149, 234-235
239-249, 251-299
303-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
No Data at the Data Management 11 106-149, 234-235
Computer (DMC) Input 239-249, 251-299
303-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Bite 11 ALL
POSITION PICK-OFF UNIT - 27-85-11
INSTRUMENTATION (IPPU)
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Instrumentation 401 ALL
Position Pick-Off Unit
Installation of the 404 ALL

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ELECTRICAL FLIGHT CONTROL SYSTEM (EFCS) 27-90-00
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Component Location 1 ALL
System Description 7 ALL
Flight Control Surfaces 7 ALL
Power Supply 9 ALL
Hydraulic Power Supply 9 ALL
Electrical Power Supply 9 ALL
Functions Performed in Normal 22 ALL
Configuration
Pitch Control 22 ALL
Lateral Control 30 ALL
Speedbrake Function 36 001-049, 052-099
101-149, 201-249
251-299, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Speedbrake Function 41 051-051,
Speedbrake Function 42 151-199, 401-499
Speedbrake Function 43 301-399,
Ground Spoiler Function 44 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 201-249
251-299, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Ground Spoiler Function 46 151-199, 301-399
401-499,
Normal configuration 47 ALL
Functional Reconfiguration 48 ALL
Law Reconfiguration 48 ALL
Law Distribution in the 49 ALL
Computers
Functional Statuses 50 ALL
Logic of Transition between 50 ALL
Different Statuses
System Reconfiguration Logic 50 ALL
Switching Logics 50 ALL
Conditions Related to the 51 ALL
Computer Status
Conditions Related to Servoloops 51 ALL
Conditions Related to Hydraulic 52 ALL
Systems
Conditions Related to Sensor 52 ALL
Status

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Miscellaneous Logics 52 ALL
Priority between Side-Sticks 52 001-049, 051-099
logic 101-105, 151-199
201-210,
Priority between Side-Sticks 53 ALL
logic
Elevator-Servocontrol 53 ALL
Simultaneous-Pressurization
Logic
Elevator Oscillation Detection 54 ALL
Detection of a Manual Action on 54 ALL
the Pitch-Trim Control Wheel
THS Ground-Setting Logic 54 ALL
Flight/Ground Logic computed in 54 ALL
the ELACs

CONTROL INPUTS INTERFACE AND POWER 27-92-00


SUPPLY
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Component Location 1 ALL
Operation 13 ALL
Side Stick Controller 13 ALL
Speedbrake Control Transducer 19 ALL
Unit
Transducer Unit 22 ALL
Accelerometer 26 ALL
FTU (74CE) 26 234-249, 251-299
301-399, 402-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Hydraulic Pressure Switches 26 ALL
(10CE1, 10CE2, 10CE3)
Throttle Control Unit 31 ALL

CONTROL INPUTS INTERFACE AND POWER 27-92-00


SUPPLY
DEACTIVATION/REACTIVATION 401 ALL
Operational Test of the Thrust 401 ALL
Reverser System
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 27-92-02 401 ALL
TRANSDUCER UNIT - ELEVATOR POSITION 27-92-13
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Elevator 401 ALL
Servocontrol Position Transducer

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Unit 49CE1, 49CE2
Installation of the Elevator 406 ALL
Servocontrol Position Transducer
Unit 49CE1, 49CE2
LEVER - SPEED BRAKE CONTROL ASSEMBLY 27-92-14
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Speedbrake Control 401 ALL
Transducer Unit (7CE)
Installation of the Speedbrake 405 ALL
Control Transducer Unit (7CE)
Removal of the Lighted Plate 409 ALL
Installation of the Lighted Plate 413 ALL
TRANSDUCER UNIT - PEDAL POSITION 27-92-15
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Pedal Position 401 ALL
Transducer Unit (25CE1, 25CE2)
Installation of the Pedal Position 405 ALL
Transducer Unit (25CE1, 25CE2)
ACCELEROMETER - FLIGHT CONTROL 27-92-16
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Flight Control 401 ALL
Accelerometer (12CE1, 12CE2,
12CE3, 12CE4)
Installation of the Flight Control 407 ALL
Accelerometer (12CE1, 12CE2,
12CE3, 12CE4)
PRESSURE SWITCH - HYDRAULIC, FLIGHT 27-92-17
CONTROL
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Flight Control 401 ALL
Pressure Switch (10CE2)
Installation of the Flight Control 405 ALL
Pressure Switch (10CE2)
Removal of the Flight Control 410 ALL
Pressure Switch (10CE3)
Installation of the Flight Control 413 ALL
Pressure Switch (10CE3)
Removal of the Flight Control 418 ALL
Pressure Switch (10CE1)
Installation of the Flight Control 422 ALL
Pressure Switch (10CE1)
PRESSURE TRANSDUCER - LOAD ALLEVIATION 27-92-19
FUNCTION
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 051-051,
Removal of the Pressure Transducer 401 051-051,
Installation of the Pressure 407 051-051,

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Transducer
FTU (FORCE TRANSDUCER UNIT) - RUDDER 27-92-27
PEDAL
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 234-249, 251-299
301-399, 402-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Removal of the Rudder Pedal Force 401 234-249, 251-299
Transducer (74CE) 301-399, 402-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Installation of the Rudder Pedal 405 234-249, 251-299
Force Transducer (74CE) 301-399, 402-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
SIDE STICK ASSEMBLY 27-92-41
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Side Stick Assembly 401 ALL
19VU (18VU)
Installation of the Side Stick 408 ALL
Assembly 19VU (18VU)
Removal of the Transducer Units 416 ALL
(4CE1, 4CE2, 4CE3, 4CE4)
Installation of the Transducer 419 ALL
Units (4CE1, 4CE2, 4CE3, 4CE4)
Removal of the Dampers 425 ALL
Installation of the Dampers 428 ALL
Removal of the Solenoid (12CA1, 431 ALL
12CA2)
Installation of the Solenoid 434 ALL
(12CA1, 12CA2)
Removal of the Control Handle 440 ALL
Installation of the Control Handle 444 ALL
Removal of the Radio PTT Switch 449 ALL
(11RN, 12RN)
Installation of the Radio PTT 454 ALL
Switch (11RN, 12RN)
Removal of the Pushbutton 457 ALL
Switch-Takeover and Priority
(8CE1, 8CE2)
Installation of the Pushbutton 460 ALL
Switch-Takeover and Priority
(8CE1, 8CE2)
Removal of the Side Stick Bellows 463 ALL
Installation of the Side Stick 468 ALL
Bellows

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Removal of the Side Stick Spring 474 ALL
Rods
Installation of the Side Stick 479 ALL
Spring Rods
SIDE STICK ASSEMBLY 27-92-41
ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 ALL
Operational Test of the Side Stick 501 ALL
Assembly

ELAC SYSTEM (ELEVATOR AILERON COMPUTER) 27-93-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Component Location 1 ALL
Power Supply 3 ALL
Component Description 3 ALL
General 3 ALL
Description of Boards 16 ALL
Operation 34 ALL
Monitoring of Peripherals (IMP 34 ALL
VAL)
Computation of Laws 53 ALL
Control Surface Slaving 53 ALL
Self-Monitoring of the Computer 61 ALL
Behavior upon Power Rise and 62 ALL
Cutoff
Behavior upon Action on the 62 ALL
OFF/R Pushbutton Switch

ELAC SYSTEM (ELEVATOR AILERON 27-93-00


COMPUTER)
SERVICING 301 528-599,
Uploading of the ELAC Software 301 528-599,
Check of the reference of the 307 528-599,
software loaded in the ELAC

ELAC SYSTEM (ELEVATOR AILERON 27-93-00


COMPUTER)
DEACTIVATION/REACTIVATION 401 ALL
Deactivation of the Elevator 401 ALL
Aileron Computer
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 27-93-01 401 ALL
Reactivation of the Elevator 409 ALL
Aileron Computer
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 27-93-01 409 ALL

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Deactivation of the Stabilizer 411 ALL
Actuator Electrical Motor n2
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 27-44-01 411 ALL
Reactivation of the Stabilizer 419 ALL
Actuator Electrical Motor n2
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 27-44-01 419 ALL

ELAC SYSTEM (ELEVATOR AILERON 27-93-00


COMPUTER)
ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 ALL
Operational Test of the Elevator 501 ALL
and Aileron Computers (ELACs)
Operational Test of the ELAC 2 507 ALL
STBY PWR SPLY Availability in case
of loss of Blue Hydraulic Pressure
(To be done before revenue flight
landing gear down)
COMPUTER - ELEVATOR AILERON (ELAC) 27-93-34
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the ELAC (2CE1, 2CE2) 401 ALL
Installation of the ELAC (2CE1, 404 ALL
2CE2)

SEC SYSTEM (SPOILER AND ELEVATOR 27-94-00


COMPUTER)
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Component Location 1 ALL
Power Supply 1 ALL
Interface 7 ALL
Analog Interface 7 ALL
Discrete Interface 14 ALL
ARINC Interface 14 ALL
Component Description 28 ALL
General 28 ALL
Description of the Boards 31 ALL
Operation 32 ALL
General 32 ALL
Functions 35 ALL

SEC SYSTEM (SPOILER AND ELEVATOR 27-94-00


COMPUTER)
DEACTIVATION/REACTIVATION 401 ALL
Deactivation of the Spoiler 401 ALL

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Elevator Computer (SEC)
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 27-94-01 401 ALL
Reactivation of the Spoiler 408 ALL
Elevator Computer (SEC)

SEC SYSTEM (SPOILER AND ELEVATOR 27-94-00


COMPUTER)
ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 ALL
Operational Test of the Spoiler 501 ALL
Elevator Computer 1 (SEC 1)
Operational Test of the Spoiler 510 ALL
Elevator Computer 2 (SEC 2)
Operational Test of the Spoiler 519 ALL
Elevator Computer 3 (SEC 3)
COMPUTER - SPOILER ELEVATOR (SEC) 27-94-34
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the SEC (1CE1, 1CE2, 401 ALL
1CE3)
Installation of the SEC (1CE1, 404 ALL
1CE2, 1CE3)

FCDC SYSTEM (FLIGHT CONTROL DATA 27-95-00


CONCENTRATOR)
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Component Location 1 ALL
Power Supply 3 ALL
Electrical Power 3 ALL
Interface 7 ALL
Component Description 7 ALL
General 7 ALL
CPU/PS Board 12 ALL
Program Memory Module 15 ALL
I/O Interfaces 15 ALL
Input/Output Protections 25 ALL
Operation 25 ALL
Data Concentration 25 ALL
Maintenance Functions 25 ALL
Particular Points 25 ALL
Test 26 ALL
General 26 ALL
Self Test 27 ALL
System Test 29 ALL
In-Flight Monitoring 29 ALL
Menu Mode 29 ALL

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Digital Output Interface 29 ALL
Digital Outputs: FCDCs Bus 1&2. 30 ALL
Discrete Outputs 41 ALL
CONCENTRATOR - FLIGHT CONTROL DATA 27-95-34
(FCDC)
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the FCDC (3CE1, 3CE2) 401 ALL
Installation of the FCDC (3CE1, 404 ALL
3CE2)

MAINTENANCE AND SAFETY TESTS/BITE 27-96-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Maintenance 1 ALL
Periodic Tests 1 ALL
Automatic Tests 1 ALL
Interface 1 ALL
Operation 1 ALL
Maintenance 1 ALL
Test 16 ALL
Elevator servocontrol damping 16 ALL
test
Aileron servocontrol damping 16 ALL
test
Automatic Tests 22 ALL

MAINTENANCE AND SAFETY TESTS/BITE 27-96-00


ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 ALL
Operational Test of the FCDC 501 ALL
Operational Test of the Computers 504 ALL
Engagement/Disengagement
Operational Test of the Side Stick 507 ALL
Priority
Operational Test of the THS 521 ALL
Actuator with Electrical Motor N3
Operational Test of the Damping 525 ALL
Measurement (Aileron)
Operational Test of the Damping 531 ALL
Measurement (Elevator)
Operational Test after 537 ALL
Removal/Installation of the
Pressure Switches (10CE1, 10CE2,
10CE3)
Operational Test of Logics 541 ALL
Activating ELAC 1&2, & SEC 1 STBY

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PWR SPLY & Ability of SEC 1&2 to
Achieve Pitch CTL & Ability of
Sidestick Priority Function
Operational Test of the Side Stick 586 ALL
Assembly (Activation for the BITE
Test)
Operational Test of the THS 592 ALL
Actuator Electrical Control
(Activation for BITE Test)
Integrity Test of the Flight 598 ALL
Control System
BITE Test of the EFCS (Ground A516 ALL
Scanning)
Operational Test of the Ground A520 ALL
Spoiler Extension

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FLIGHT CONTROLS - GENERAL - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
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1. ______________________________________
Description of Primary Flight Controls

A. Glossary

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| GLOSSARY |
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| ABBREVIATION | SIGNIFICATION |
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| ADC | Air Data Computer |
| ADIRS | Air Data/Inertial Reference System |
| CFDIU | Centralized Fault Display Interface Unit |
| DMU | Data Management Unit |
| ECAM | Electronic Centralized Aircraft Monitoring |
| EFCC | Electronic Flight Control Computer |
| EFCS | Electrical Flight Control System |
| ELAC | Elevator Aileron Computer |
| FAC | Flight Agmentation Computer |
| FCDC | Flight Control Data Concentrator |
| FMGC | Flight Management and Guidance Computer |
| IRS | Inertial Reference System |
| LVDT | Linear Variable Differential Transducer |
| RVDT | Rotary Variable Differential Transducer |
| SEC | Spoiler Elevator Computer |
| SFCC | Slat Flap Control Computer |
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B. General Principles
The control is achieved through conventional surfaces.

R **ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 201-249, 251-299, 501-509, 511-526,


R 528-599,

(Ref. Fig. 001)

**ON A/C 151-199, 401-499,

(Ref. Fig. 001A)

**ON A/C 301-399,

(Ref. Fig. 001B)



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Flight Control Surfaces (A320)
Figure 001


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Figure 001A


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Flight Control Surfaces (A321)
Figure 001B


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R **ON A/C ALL

R The roll and pitch controls of the aircraft are electrical. They are
R based on two different types of digital computers (ELAC and SEC), each of
R them being able to control the aircraft in both axes. Monitoring and
R redundancy within the flight control system, aircraft sensors, power and
R hydraulic generation ensure a high degree of availability of the
R electrical control. The basic yaw control is hydromechanical as well as
R the alternate horizontal stabilizer control, thus providing the ability
R to keep the aircraft in flight during a temporary complete loss of
R electrical power. However, in normal conditions, some rudder control
R functions (trim, travel limitation) are achieved by the FAC.
R The normal pitch control law is basically the closed loop control of the
R load factor, and includes flight envelope protections. The normal lateral
R control law combines the roll rate control, turn coordination and Dutch
R roll damping functions.
R

C. Ailerons
The roll control of the aircraft is achieved by one wing tip aileron
augmented by four spoilers on each wing. The ailerons are manually
controlled from the side stick controllers or automatically in autopilot
function.
Each aileron can be powered by two servocontrols signalled by two
Elevator and Aileron Computers (ELAC) and supplied from different
hydraulic systems. In normal operation, the roll function of the ailerons
is achieved through the ELAC 1 and the associated servocontrols in active
mode, the ELAC 2 being in standby and its associated servocontrols in
damping mode. In the event of a failure, the ailerons become
automatically controlled by the ELAC 2 (roll) and the associated
servocontrols switched to the active mode, the others being now damped.
If a multiple failure condition causes the loss of the control of the two
servocontrols of an aileron, the servocontrols automatically switch to
the damping mode. This operating mode is also automatically engaged in
the event of loss of pressure.
Two independent side stick controllers are installed in the cockpit. They
include the roll and pitch position transducers and feel mechanisms, and
a solenoid-operated detent that locks the control lever in neutral
position when the autopilot is engaged.

D. Rudder
The rudder mainly permits to achieve the yaw control.
The rudder is actuated by three servo controls.
The servo controls can be driven:
- in manual mode:
either mechanically from the pedals ,


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or electrically from the side stick and/or the rudder pedals
- in autopilot control mode:
from the FMGECs.
The rudder is powered by three servo controls mechanically signalled from
the pedals through a single load path linkage fitted with a centering
spring device that holds the servocontrol input in the neutral position
if a disconnection occurs.
Each set of pedals is fitted with a position transducer.
Feel is provided by a spring rod, the zero force position of which is
controlled by an electrical trim actuator.
A solenoid-operated mechanism increases the feel force threshold when the
autopilot is engaged.
Two yaw-damper electrohydraulic servoactuators connected to a common
output lever drive the linkage through a differential lever arrangement.
One servoactuator is normally operating, the other being by-passed. A
spring rod is provided to center the actuators when both of them are
depressurized.
The maximum control stroke is restricted by the Travel Limitation Unit as
a function of the airspeed.
The trim actuator, the yaw damper servoactuators and the travel
limitation unit are normally controlled by the Flight Augmentation
Computer (FAC) 1, the FAC 2 being in standby.
In addition to their basic function, the trim actuator and the yaw damper
servoactuators are used to introduce the autopilot signals.
Rudder immobilization or runaway in the event of a servocontrol valve
jamming is prevented by a spring rod and pressure relief valve
arrangement.

E. Elevators (Ref. 27-30 and 27-90)


The pitch control of the aircraft is achieved by two mechanically
independent elevators controlled manually from the side stick controllers
or automatically in autopilot function.
Each elevator can be driven by two electrohydraulic servocontrols
signalled by the ELACs or SEC 1 or 2, and supplied from different
hydraulic systems.
In normal operation the elevators are controlled by the ELAC 2 and the
associated servocontrols in active mode, the other computers being in
standby and the servocontrols in damping mode. In the event of a high
load-factor demand that would cause one servocontrol to stall, the second
servocontrol is operated. In the event of failure, the elevators are
controled by ELAC1, then by SEC2 or SEC1. In the event of the loss of
control of the two servocontrols of the elevator, the servocontrols are
automatically switched to a centering mode and hold the surface in the
neutral position (Electrical control loss). In the event of the loss of
the two hydraulic systems supplying the servocontrols of one elevator,
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The side stick controller operation for the pitch control is similar to
the roll control as described in para. 1.B.

F. Trimmable Horizontal Stabilizer (Ref. 27-40 and 27-90)


The pitch trim function is achieved by the Trimmable Horizontal
Stabilizer (THS) either automatically in normal in-flight manual mode or
autopilot function or manually from the handwheels in normal ground
operation or in-flight failure condition.
The THS is moved and held by a THS actuator that includes a double
load-path ball screw powered by two differentially coupled hydraulic
motors mechanically servocontrolled. The ball screw is fitted with a
no-back brake, the motors are fitted with pressure-off brakes. The
control loops include a device that applies both pressure-off brakes in
the event of either control valve jamming.
The input shaft of the THS actuator is normally driven by an electrical
motor servocontrolled by the ELAC 2, two other motors controlled
respectively by ELAC 1 or SEC 1 and SEC 2.
The input shaft of the THS actuator can also be manually driven by the
pilots through a mechanical linkage normally moved by the handwheels.
An overriding mechanism gives the priority to the mechanical control over
the electrical control.

G. Spoilers
Five spoiler surfaces are provided on each wing to achieve the functions
below :
- roll spoiler (surfaces 2 to 5)
- speedbrake (surfaces 2 to 4)
- ground spoilers (all surfaces).
These surfaces are manually controlled from the side stick controllers
(roll spoilers), speedbrake control lever (speedbrake) or automatically
in autopilot and ground spoiler function.
Each surface is controlled by one servocontrol supplied from the Green,
Yellow or Blue system and signalled from the SEC 1, 2 or 3.
The combination of the different functions is achieved in the computers.
In the event of an electrical failure, the associated surface is
hydraulically held down. In the event of a hydraulic failure, the
servocontrol is hydraulically locked in one direction to prevent the
surface from raising. In both cases the control of the symmetrical
surface is automatically inhibited.

H. Electrical Flight Control System

(1) General
(Ref. Fig. 002)
The Electrical Flight Control System includes the ELACs, the SECs,
the Flight Control Data Concentrators (FCDCs) and vertical
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The EFCS is built according to the principles below :

(a) Redundancy and dissimilarity


The EFCS includes two ELACs, three SECs, two FCDCs and four
accelerometers. The ELACs and SECs are both able to achieve the
roll and pitch control of the aircraft. These two types of
computer differ by their internal architecture, hardware, type of
microprocessor, software. For each computer type, the control and
monitoring software are different.

(b) Monitoring
The monitoring of each computer (ELAC, SEC) is achieved as
follows:
- Monitoring channel: Each computer consists of two physically
and electrically-separated channels, one being dedicated to the
control functions, the other to the monitoring of these. These
two channels perform the actuator command signal computation
using different digital processes. The monitoring channel
permanently compares the results of these computations and
inhibits the signal to the actuator, should a discrepancy
occur.
- Self-monitoring capacity : Each channel is able to detect the
failure of the critical signals it receives or emits and to
detect internal failures by test of the processor and
monitoring of its internal power supply.
- Cross-talk : Each control and associated monitoring channel
permanently exchanges information via digital buses, therefore
consolidating and validating information received from
different sensors.
- Automatic power-on and pressure-on safety tests performed
without movement of the surfaces.

(c) Installation
The installation takes into account the principles below :
- Wiring installation : specific connectors are used for the
EFCS.
Electrical routes 1 are used for items powered from the
emergency electrical supply, routes 2 are used for items
powered from the normal electrical supply.
Control signals are routed in routes S, monitoring signals are
routed in routes M. In the sections exposed to the engine burst
the EFCS cables are shared between the normal and deviated
routes.
- Protection against lightning strikes : in the exposed areas the
wires are installed in metal shields - for each signal the
wires are twisted. The grounding of signals is not achieved in
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leading edge whereas spoiler-related wires are in the trailing
edge. The inputs of the computers include low-pass filters and
overvoltage protections if the associated wires are routed in
exposed areas.

(2) Control laws


The different control laws and associated protections, as listed
below may be used, depending on the integrity of the flight control
and flight augmentation systems and their peripherals. They are
implemented in the computer.
(Ref. Fig. 003)

(3) Roll and yaw controls :

(a) Roll normal law


This is the combined control of the ailerons, spoiler surfaces 2
to 5 and rudder from the side stick controllers coupled according
to the priority logic. In flight, it achieves the control and the
limitation of the roll rate, providing a neutral spiral stability
up to 33 degrees of bank angle, the turn coordination and the
dutch roll damping. It requires gains depending on the
ground/flight condition, airspeed and configuration. On the
ground it provides a fixed relationship between the side stick
controller angle and the aileron and spoiler deflections. The
rudder can also be directly controlled either mechanically from
the pedals or from the trim switches. The rudder deflection is
limited as a function of the airspeed.

(b) Roll direct law


This is the control of the aileron and spoiler surfaces 2 to 5
from the side stick controllers coupled according to the priority
logic.
It achieves the control of the above surface angles using gains
depending on the configuration.

(c) Alternate yaw control


This is the direct control of the rudder from the pedals or the
trim switches complemented by a limited-authority dutch-roll
damping function using gains depending on the configuration. The
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(4) Pitch control

(a) Pitch normal law


This is the combined control of the elevators and THS from the
side stick controllers coupled according to the priority logic to
achieve the load factor control. It requires load factor and
pitch attitude rate feedbacks, variable gains depending on
ground/flight condition, radio altimeters, airspeed and
configuration. It includes a high angle-of-attack protection and
a load factor limitation that cannot be overriden by the crew,
and an overspeed protection.
On the ground, it provides a fixed relationship between the side
stick controller angle and the elevator deflections.

(b) Pitch alternate law


This is the control of the elevators and the THS, if operative,
from the side stick controllers coupled according to the priority
logic to achieve the load factor control.
It uses limited authority load factor and pitch rate feedbacks
and gains depending on the configuration. It includes a load
factor limitation that cannot be overriden by the crew and
alternate protections.

(c) Pitch direct law


This is the control of the elevator angle from the side stick
controllers coupled according to the priority logic with a gain
depending on the configuration. Pitch trim can be achieved via
the mechanical control of the THS.

(5) Speedbrake control


This is the control of the position of the spoiler surfaces 2 to 4
from the speedbrake control lever.

(6) Ground spoiler control


This is the automatic full deployment of all the spoiler surfaces at
touch down.

(7) Description of Flap and Slat Control

(a) Flap Control


Achieved on each wing by one inboard flap and one outboard flap.
(Ref. Fig. 004)

(b) Slat Control Lift Augmenting


Achieved on each wing by five slats.
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2. ____________________________
Flight Controls Power Supply

A. Electrical Power Supply


(Ref. Fig. 005)
The ELAC 1 and SEC 1 are each supplied from a DC essential busbar (4PP
for the ELAC 1 and SEC 1), the battery 1 taking over instantaneously
through a dedicated diode device (Power Supply Uncoupling Unit) when the
voltage level drops below the battery output voltage. A relay ensures the
battery supply line breaking on the ground 30s after the second engine
shut down.
The ELAC 2, and the THS motor 1 are normally supplied from the DC normal
busbar 2PP.
In case of loss of this busbar (particularly after the loss of both main
generation channels, or after a double main TRU failure), these supplies
are automatically switched over to the battery 2 by means of two relays,
for a fixed period of 30s.
The SEC 2, the SEC 3, the THS electrical motor 3 , and FCDC 2 are
supplied from the DC normal busbar 2PP.
The THS electrical motor 2 is supplied from the DC essential busbar 4PP.
The FCDC 1 is supplied from the DC essential busbar 8PP.

B. Hydraulic Power Supply


(Ref. Fig. 006)
The flight controls are powered by the three independent hydraulic
systems ; redundancy is such that with two hydraulic systems failed, the
remaining system can operate the aircraft within an acceptable range of
the flight envelope.
Hydraulic characteristics of flight control components are given in the
component description paragraphs.

(1) Priority Valves


Priority valves are installed upstream of the components below :
- Blue system : slat power control unit (PCU) motor
- Green system : flap and slat PCU motors
- Yellow system : flap PCU motor
in order to avoid supply pressure of the main flight control
components dropping below approximately 130 bars (1885 psi) when
various hydraulic user systems are operated simultaneously.

(2) Leakage Measurement Valves


Ground maintenance isolation valve blocks are installed in the flight
controls hydraulic supply lines to allow measurement of internal
leakage of the components installed downstream of these valves and
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(3) Safety Valve
To preserve the Green system in case of engine burst, a safety valve
is installed.

3. Cockpit
_____________________________________
Flight Control And Indicating
These figures represent all the controls and indicators for the flight
controls located in the cockpit.
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FLIGHT CONTROLS - GENERAL - MAINTENANCE PRACTICES
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TASK 27-00-00-480-001

Installation of the Pitch-Trim Control Locking Tool (98D27403500000)

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
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98D27403500000 1 PITCH TRIM CONTROL LOCKING

B. Referenced Information

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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
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27-00-00-991-001 Fig. 201

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 27-00-00-869-053

A. On the center pedestal, make sure that the trim control wheels are in the
0 position.

4. Procedure
_________

(Ref. Fig. 201/TASK 27-00-00-991-001)

Subtask 27-00-00-480-050

A. Installation of the Pitch-Trim Control Locking Tool

(1) Lift the cover (1).

(2) Fully loosen the two nuts (3).



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(3) Install the PITCH TRIM CONTROL LOCKING (98D27403500000) (7) on the
center pedestal.

NOTE : The wheel (5) must be between the grooves of the two side
____
plates (4).

(4) Tighten the two nuts (3) until the two side plates (4) lock the wheel
(5).

(5) With the two screws (2), put the two stops (6) against the center
pedestal so that the assembly cannot move.

(6) Lower the cover (1).



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TASK 27-00-00-080-001

Removal of the Pitch-Trim Control Locking Tool (98D27403500000)

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Referenced Information

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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
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27-00-00-991-001 Fig. 201

3. __________
Job Set-up

(Ref. Fig. 201/TASK 27-00-00-991-001)

Subtask 27-00-00-860-050

A. Not applicable

4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 27-00-00-080-050

A. Removal of the Pitch-Trim Control Locking Tool

(1) Lift the cover (1).

(2) Loosen the two screws (2).

(3) Fully loosen the two nuts (3).

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TASK 27-00-00-480-002

Installation of the Flap/Slat Control-Lever Locking Tool (98D27803000000)

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
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98D27803000000 1 LOCKING TOOL - FLAP/SLAT CONTROL LEVER

B. Referenced Information

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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
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27-00-00-991-002 Fig. 202

3. __________
Job Set-up

(Ref. Fig. 202/TASK 27-00-00-991-002)

Subtask 27-00-00-860-052

A. Not applicable

4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 27-00-00-480-051

A. Installation of the Flap/Slat Control-Lever Locking Tool

(1) Install the LOCKING TOOL - FLAP/SLAT CONTROL LEVER (98D27803000000)


(2) on the flap/slat control lever (1).

(2) Lock the locking tool with the pin (3).


(Ref. Fig. 202/TASK 27-00-00-991-002)



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TASK 27-00-00-080-002

Removal of the Flap/Slat Control-Lever Locking Tool (98D27803000000)

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
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98D27803000000 1 LOCKING TOOL - FLAP/SLAT CONTROL LEVER

R B. Referenced Information

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R REFERENCE DESIGNATION
R -------------------------------------------------------------------------------

R 27-00-00-991-002 Fig. 202

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 27-00-00-860-051

A. Not applicable

4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 27-00-00-080-051

A. Removal of the Flap/Slat Control-Lever Locking Tool


R (Ref. Fig. 202/TASK 27-00-00-991-002)

(1) Remove the pin (3) from the LOCKING TOOL - FLAP/SLAT CONTROL LEVER
(98D27803000000) (2).

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AILERON - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
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1. _______
General
(Ref. Fig. 001)
One aileron (operational at all speeds) and four spoilers ensure roll
control on each wing.
The Elevator and Aileron Computers (ELAC Ref. 27-93) electrically control
the ailerons.
The Spoilers and Elevator Computers (SEC Ref. 27-94) electrically control
the spoilers.
The two side stick controllers deliver electrical signals which are used for
the computation of the control orders.
The operation of the artificial feel system (Ref. 27-92) is independent of
the flight conditions. There is no roll trim control.
Two electrohydraulic servocontrols (Ref. 27-14) hydraulically actuate each
aileron.
One electrohydraulic servocontrol (Ref. 27-64) hydraulically actuates each
spoiler.
The position of the surfaces is indicated on the lower ECAM display unit
through the Flight Control Data Concentrator (FCDC) (Ref. 27-95).
On ground, with hydraulic systems not pressurized, the ailerons may or may
not droop down to the servocontrol stop depending on the scatter of bearing
and seal friction.

2. __________________
System Description

A. Interface with the Autopilot System (Ref. 22-60)


In AP mode, the FMGC orders are received by the ELACs which transfer to
the SECs the order which correspond to roll spoiler control.
The position of the side stick control is not slaved to the AP control
orders.
The pilots can cancel the automatic mode, through the override of a
disengaging system (which includes a spring device and a solenoid)
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AILERON AND HYDRAULIC ACTUATION - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
___________________________________________________________

1. _______
General
The hydraulic actuation is achieved by two electrohydraulic servocontrols
for each aileron.

2. Component
__________________
Location
(Ref. Fig. 001)

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FIN | FUNCTIONAL DESIGNATION | PANEL|ZONE|ACCESS | ATA
| | | | DOOR | REF.
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33CE1 SERVO CTL-L AILERON, INBD G 575 575AT 27-14-51
33CE2 SERVO CTL-R AILERON, INBD G 675 675AT 27-14-51
33CE3 SERVO CTL-L AILERON, OUTBD B 575 575KB 27-14-51
33CE4 SERVO CTL-R AILERON, OUTBD B 675 675KB 27-14-51

3. ______________________________
Hydraulic Supply (Ref. ATA 29)

4. _____________________
Component Description

A. Aileron Servocontrol

(1) General
The four fixed-body servocontrols (two per aileron) are
interchangeable.

5. _________
Operation
(Ref. Fig. 002)

A. Normal operation with the servocontrol pressurized


The pressurization of the servocontrol involves the opening of the
pressure-line closing valve (2) and of the return-line closing valve (3).
Thus, the servovalve (4) is supplied from the HP system and the return
system of the servocontrol is connected to the LP system.

(1) Servocontrol in the active mode.


In this case, the solenoid valve (1) is energized and lets in the HP
flow which puts the mode selector valve (5) in the active mode.
The two chambers of the actuator are thus connected to the servovalve
control lines. The servocontrol is then in the active mode. The
Linear Variable-Differential Transducer (LVDT) (11) supplies an
electrical signal which identifies this change of state.
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(2) Servocontrol in the damping mode.
In this configuration, the solenoid valve is de-energized and the
mode selector-valve moves under the action of its spring. This causes
the two chambers of the actuator to be interconnected through the
damping orifice (6).
The linear variable-differential transformer identifies this change
of state.
The check valve (7) and the fluid reserve (9) hold the volume of
fluid in the actuator chambers :
- if the temperature of the hydraulic fluid changes
- if there is a leakage.
The reserve of fluid is permanently connected to the return line of
the servovalve. The return relief valve (8) increases the pressure in
the return line and permits to fill the reserve of fluid.

B. Operation after an electrical failure


In this case the solenoid valve is de-energized and the operation is
identical to the one of paragraph A. (2).

C. Operation after a hydraulic failure


The closing valves (2) and (3) close and isolate the servocontrol from
the hydraulic system of the aircraft.
If there is a rupture of the aircraft return line, the return relief
valve holds the volume of fluid in the fluid reserve.
The mode selector valve moves under the action of its spring. Then the
servocontrol operates in the damping mode.

D. Special Case
After hydraulic depressurization, a difference in droop speed and travel
between the two ailerons is possible.
This is because of the variations of friction in the attachments and the
servo control.
This difference is correct.

E. Maintenance and rigging facilities


The maintenance is on condition.
The items given below are Line Replaceable Units :
- filter
- servovalve
- solenoid valve
- linear variable-differential transducer.
After replacement of the servocontrol, it is necessary to adjust the
feedback transducer (10) . It is necessary to get an equal voltage in the
secondary windings (electrical zero) when the aileron is in the neutral
position. This is done through an action on the feedback transducer
adjustment device located on the actuator.



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AILERON AND HYDRAULIC ACTUATION - DEACTIVATION/REACTIVATION
___________________________________________________________

TASK 27-14-00-040-001

Deactivation of the Aileron Servo Control

WARNING : PUT THE SAFETY DEVICES AND THE WARNING NOTICES IN POSITION BEFORE YOU
_______
START A TASK ON OR NEAR:
- THE FLIGHT CONTROLS
- THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES
- THE LANDING GEAR AND THE RELATED DOORS
- COMPONENTS THAT MOVE.

WARNING : DO NOT DO THIS DEACTIVATION PROCEDURE IF THERE IS EXTERNAL LEAKAGE ON


_______
THE UNSERVICEABLE SERVOCONTROL.

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE TRAVEL RANGES OF THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES ARE
_______
CLEAR BEFORE YOU PRESSURIZE/DEPRESSURIZE A HYDRAULIC SYSTEM.

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Refer to the MMEL TASK: 27-14-01


Aileron Hydraulic Actuation
Aileron Servo Control

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

No specific blanking caps


No specific circuit breaker(s) safety clip(s)
No specific tie-wrap
No specific warning notice
No specific access platform 1.60 m (5 ft. 3 in.)
No specific access platform 4.20 m (13 ft. 9 in.)



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B. Referenced Information

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

24-41-00-861-002 Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the


External Power
24-41-00-862-002 De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits Supplied
from the External Power
27-14-00-710-001 Operational Test of the Aileron and Hydraulic
Actuation
27-96-00-740-001 BITE Test of the EFCS (Ground Scanning)
29-10-00-864-001 Depressurize the Green Hydraulic System
29-10-00-864-003 Depressurize the Blue Hydraulic System
27-14-00-991-002 Fig. 401

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 27-14-00-860-057

A. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) Energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-861-


002).

(2) Do a ground scanning (Ref. TASK 27-96-00-740-001).

R NOTE : If there is only the maintenance messages on:


____
R - PEDALS XDCR UNIT 25CE1 (25CE2) and/or
R
R - ELAC 1(2) AIL ORDER DISAGREE.
the deactivation of the aileron servocontrol is not necessary.
R You can dispatch the aircraft without further maintenance
R action.

(3) Make sure that the hydraulic systems are depressurized (Ref. TASK 29-
10-00-864-001) (Ref. TASK 29-10-00-864-003).

Subtask 27-14-00-010-052

B. Get Access

(1) Put the access platform in position:

(a) at the zone 575 for the left aileron,

(b) at the zone 675 for the right aileron.



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(2) Open the access door:

(a) 575KB for the left aileron,

(b) 675KB for the right aileron.

(3) Put the access platform in position at the access door 822.

(4) Open the access door 822.

(5) On the battery power center 105VU:


- loosen the two screws and remove the protective cover.

Subtask 27-14-00-865-057

C. Open, safety and tag this(these) circuit breaker(s):

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
49VU FLIGHT CONTROLS/ELAC1/NORM/SPLY 15CE1 B11
105VU FLIGHT CONTROLS/ELAC2/STBY SPLY 16CE2 A02
105VU FLT CTL/ELAC1/STBY SPLY 16CE1 A01
121VU FLIGHT CONTROLS/ELAC2/NORM/SPLY 15CE2 R20

4. Procedure
_________

(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 27-14-00-991-002)

Subtask 27-14-00-040-050

A. Deactivation of the Aileron Servo Control

(1) Make sure that there are no external leaks from the servo control you
deactivate.

(2) Make sure that the pressure and return lines are correctly connected
to the parts of the servo control.

(3) Disconnect the electrical connector (1) from the receptacle (2).

(4) Put blanking caps on the disconnected connector (1) and receptacle
(2).

(5) Attach the connector (1) to a pipe with a tie-wrap.



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R Deactivation/Reactivation of the Aileron Servocontrol
Figure 401/TASK 27-14-00-991-002



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Subtask 27-14-00-865-058

B. Remove the safety clip(s) and the tag(s) and close this(these) circuit
breaker(s):
15CE1, 15CE2, 16CE1, 16CE2

Subtask 27-14-00-710-053

C. Do the operational test of the ailerons (Ref. TASK 27-14-00-710-001).


Make sure that the servocontrol you deactivated does not operate.

NOTE : Make sure that the related servocontrol symbol (box) is amber.
____

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 27-14-00-860-058

A. Put the aircraft back to its initial configuration.

(1) Put a warning notice in the cockpit to tell the crew that the left or
right aileron servo control is deactivated.

(2) Make an entry in the log-book.

(3) Make sure that the work area is clean and clear of tool(s) and other
items.

(4) De-energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-862-


002).

Subtask 27-14-00-410-052

B. Close Access

(1) Close the access door:

(a) 575KB for the left aileron.

(b) 675KB for the right aileron.

(2) Install the protective cover on the battery power center 105VU.

(3) Tighten the two screws.

(4) Close the access door 822.

(5) Remove the access platform(s).



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TASK 27-14-00-440-001

Reactivation of the Aileron Servo Control

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Refer to the MMEL TASK: 27-14-01


Aileron Hydraulic Actuation
Aileron Servo Control

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

No specific circuit breaker(s) safety clip(s)


No specific warning notice
No specific access platform 1.60 m (5 ft. 3 in.)
No specific access platform 4.20 m (13 ft. 9 in.)

B. Referenced Information

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

24-41-00-861-002 Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the


External Power
24-41-00-862-002 De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits Supplied
from the External Power
27-14-00-710-001 Operational Test of the Aileron and Hydraulic
Actuation
29-10-00-864-001 Depressurize the Green Hydraulic System
29-10-00-864-003 Depressurize the Blue Hydraulic System
R TSM 27 (for corrective action)
27-14-00-991-002 Fig. 401



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3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 27-14-00-860-059

A. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) Energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-861-


002).

(2) Make sure that the hydraulic systems are depressurized (Ref. TASK 29-
10-00-864-001) (Ref. TASK 29-10-00-864-003).

(3) Put a warning notice in the cockpit to tell persons not to operate
the flight controls.

Subtask 27-14-00-010-053

B. Get Access

(1) Put the access platform in position:

(a) at the zone 575 for the left aileron,

(b) at the zone 675 for the right aileron.

(2) Open the access door:

(a) 575KB for the left aileron,

(b) 675KB for the right aileron.

(3) Put the access platform in position at the access door 822.

(4) Open the access door 822.

(5) On the battery power center 105VU:


- loosen the two screws and remove the protective cover.



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Subtask 27-14-00-865-059

C. Open, safety and tag this(these) circuit breaker(s):

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
49VU FLIGHT CONTROLS/ELAC1/NORM/SPLY 15CE1 B11
105VU FLIGHT CONTROLS/ELAC2/STBY SPLY 16CE2 A02
105VU FLT CTL/ELAC1/STBY SPLY 16CE1 A01
121VU FLIGHT CONTROLS/ELAC2/NORM/SPLY 15CE2 R20

4. Procedure
_________

(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 27-14-00-991-002)

Subtask 27-14-00-440-050

A. Reactivation of the Aileron Servo-Control

(1) Remove the tie-wraps.

(2) Remove the blanking caps from the electrical connector (1) and the
receptacle (2).

(3) Connect the connector (1) to the receptacle (2).

Subtask 27-14-00-865-060

B. Remove the safety clip(s) and the tag(s) and close this(these) circuit
breaker(s):
15CE1, 15CE2, 16CE1, 16CE2

Subtask 27-14-00-710-054

C. Do the operational test of the ailerons (Ref. TASK 27-14-00-710-001).

Subtask 27-14-00-810-050

R D. Do the trouble shooting for the servocontrol you deactivated:


R - If there is a message, do the trouble shooting procedure related to the
R maintenance message (Ref. TSM 27).



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5. Close-up
________

Subtask 27-14-00-860-060

A. Put the aircraft back to its initial configuration.

(1) Make sure that the work area is clean and clear of tool(s) and other
items.

(2) Remove the warning notice(s).

(3) De-energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-862-


002).

Subtask 27-14-00-410-053

B. Close Access

(1) Close the access door:

(a) 575KB for the left aileron,

(b) 675KB for the right aileron.

(2) Install the protective cover on the battery power center 105VU.

(3) Tighten the two screws.

(4) Close the access door 822.

(5) Remove the access platform(s).



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AILERON AND HYDRAULIC ACTUATION - ADJUSTMENT/TEST
_________________________________________________

TASK 27-14-00-710-001

Operational Test of the Aileron and Hydraulic Actuation

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Referenced Information

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

24-41-00-861-002 Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the


External Power
24-41-00-862-002 De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits Supplied
from the External Power
29-10-00-863-003 Pressurize the Blue Hydraulic System with a Ground
Power Supply
29-10-00-864-003 Depressurize the Blue Hydraulic System
29-23-00-863-001 Pressurize the Green Hydraulic System from the Yellow
Hydraulic System through the PTU with the Electric
Pump
29-23-00-864-001 Depressurize the Green and Yellow Hydraulic Systems
after Operation of the PTU
31-60-00-860-001 EIS Start Procedure
31-60-00-860-002 EIS Stop Procedure

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 27-14-00-861-051

R A. Energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-861-002)

Subtask 27-14-00-865-051

B. Make sure that this(these) circuit breaker(s) is(are) closed:

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
49VU FLIGHT CONTROLS/ELAC1/NORM/SPLY 15CE1 B11
121VU FLIGHT CONTROLS/ELAC2/NORM/SPLY 15CE2 R20



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Subtask 27-14-00-860-062

C. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) On the center pedestal, make sure that the flap and slat control
lever is in the O position.

(2) On the center pedestal, make sure that the speedbrake control lever
is in the RET position.

(3) Make sure that the two side sticks are in the neutral position and
that there is no priority on the side stick used.

(4) Do the EIS start procedure (Ref. TASK 31-60-00-860-001).

(5) Pressurize the Green hydraulic system (Ref. TASK 29-23-00-863-001).

(6) On the overhead panel 23VU, make sure that:


- the FLT CTL/ELAC1 pushbutton switch is pushed (on this pushbutton
switch, the FAULT anf OFF legends are off).

(7) On the overhead panel 24VU, make sure that:


- the FLT CTL/ELAC2 pushbutton switch is pushed (on this pushbutton
switch, the FAULT and OFF legends are off).

(8) On the overhead panel 50VU, make sure that:


- the HYD/LEAK MEASUREMENT VALVES/B and G pushbutton switches are
pushed (on these pushbutton switches the OFF legends are OFF).

4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 27-14-00-710-050

A. Do this test:

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ACTION RESULT
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1. On the center pedestal, on the On the center instrument panel, on the


ECAM control panel: lower ECAM DU:
- push the F/CTL key. - the F/CTL page comes into view
- the L/AIL and R/AIL position
indicator indexes are opposite the
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ACTION RESULT
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2. Move one of the two side sticks On the L/AIL position indicator:
to the left until it touches the - the index moves to the upper mark on
stop. the scale.

On the R/AIL position indicator:


- the index moves to the lower mark on
the scale.

3. Move the side stick to the right On the L/AIL position indicator:
until it touches the stop. - the index moves to the lower mark on
the scale.

On the R/AIL position indicator:


- the index moves to the upper mark on
the scale.

4. Put the side stick in the neutral On the L/AIL and R/AIL position
position. indicators:
- the indexes move to the middle mark
on the scale.

5. Depressurize the Green hydraulic


system (Ref. TASK 29-23-00-864-
001).

6. Pressurize the Blue hydraulic


system (Ref. TASK 29-10-00-863-
003).

7. Move one of the two side sticks On the L/AIL position indicator:
to the left until it touches the - the index moves to the upper mark on
stop. the scale.

On the R/AIL position indicator:


- the index moves to the lower mark on
the scale.

8. Move the side stick to the right On the L/AIL position indicator:
until it touches the stop. - the index moves to the lower mark on
the scale.

On the R/AIL position indicator:


- the index moves to the upper mark on
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ACTION RESULT
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9. Put the side stick in the neutral On the L/AIL and R/AIL position
position. indicators:
- the indexes move to the middle mark
on the scale.

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 27-14-00-860-061

A. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) Depressurize the Blue hydraulic system (Ref. TASK 29-10-00-864-003).

(2) Do the EIS stop procedure (Ref. TASK 31-60-00-860-002).

(3) De-energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-862-


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TASK 27-14-00-820-001

Adjustment of the Aileron

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

R NOTE : This task can contribute to fuel savings.


____

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

No specific graduated ruler


No specific lockwire
No specific ruler
No specific warning notices
No specific access platform 1.6 m (5 ft. 3 in.)
No specific access platform 4.20 m (13 ft. 9 in.)
98D27903500000 2 PIN-SIDE STICK LOCKING

B. Referenced Information

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

24-41-00-861-002 Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the


External Power
24-41-00-862-002 De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits Supplied
from the External Power
R 27-14-00-200-001 Check of the Aileron Servo Control Oscillations
29-10-00-863-001 Pressurize the Green Hydraulic System
29-10-00-863-003 Pressurize the Blue Hydraulic System with a Ground
Power Supply
29-10-00-864-003 Depressurize the Blue Hydraulic System
29-23-00-863-001 Pressurize the Green Hydraulic System from the Yellow
Hydraulic System through the PTU with the Electric
Pump
29-23-00-864-001 Depressurize the Green and Yellow Hydraulic Systems
after Operation of the PTU
31-60-00-860-001 EIS Start Procedure
31-60-00-860-002 EIS Stop Procedure
27-14-00-991-001 Fig. 501



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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

27-14-00-991-005 Fig. 502

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 27-14-00-861-053

A. Energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-861-002).

Subtask 27-14-00-865-053

B. Make sure that this(these) circuit breaker(s) is(are) closed:

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
49VU FLIGHT CONTROLS/ELAC1/NORM/SPLY 15CE1 B11
49VU FLIGHT CONTROLS/FCDC1/SPLY 20CE1 B10
49VU FLIGHT CONTROLS/SEC1/NORM/SPLY 21CE1 B08
49VU AUTO FLT/FAC1/28VDC 5CC1 B04
49VU AUTO FLT/FAC1/26VAC 14CC1 B03
105VU FLIGHT CONTROLS/ELAC2/STBY SPLY 16CE2 A02
105VU FLT CTL/ELAC1/STBY SPLY 16CE1 A01
121VU PTR/SPLY 6TW J21
121VU CFDS/CFDIU/SPLY 2TW J18
121VU FLIGHT CONTROLS/FCDC2/SPLY 20CE2 Q20
121VU FLIGHT CONTROLS/ELAC2/NORM/SPLY 15CE2 R20

**ON A/C ALL

Post SB 31-1163 For A/C 155-156,208-209,

121VU CFDS/CFDIU/BACK/UP 8TW J17

**ON A/C ALL

Subtask 27-14-00-860-064

C. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) On the panel 23VU, make sure that the FLT CTL/ELAC1 pushbutton switch
is pushed (on this pushbutton switch, the OFF and FAULT legends are
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(2) On the panel 24VU, make sure that the FLT CTL/ELAC2 pushbutton switch
is pushed (on this pushbutton switch, the OFF and FAULT legends are
off).

(3) Make sure that all the hydraulic systems are depressurized.

(4) On the center pedestal, make sure that the flap and slat control
lever is in the O position.

(5) On the center pedestal, make sure that the speed brake control lever
is in the RET position.

(6) Pressurize the Green and Blue hydraulic systems (Ref. TASK 29-10-00-
863-001) (Ref. TASK 29-10-00-863-003).

(7) Operate the aileron ten times with the side stick to bleed the
system.

(8) On the panel 23 VU, release the FLT CTL/ELAC1 pushbutton switch (on
this pushbutton switch, the OFF legend comes on).

(9) Operate the aileron ten times with the side stick to bleed the
system.

(10) Put the side stick in the neutral position.

(11) Install the PIN-SIDE STICK LOCKING (98D27903500000) on the side


sticks.

(12) Put the warning notices on the CAPT and F/O side sticks to tell
persons not to operate the side sticks.

(13) On the panel 23 VU, push the FLT CTL/ELAC1 pushbutton switch (on this
pushbutton switch, the OFF legend goes off).

(14) Depressurize the Green hydraulic system (Ref. TASK 29-23-00-864-001)

Subtask 27-14-00-010-051

D. Get Access

(1) Put the access platform at the access door 822.

(2) Open the access door 822.

(3) Open the battery power center 105VU:


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(4) Put the access platform in position at zone:

(a) 575 for the left aileron,

(b) 675 for the right aileron.

(5) Open the access door:

(a) 575KB for the left aileron,

(b) 675KB for the right aileron.

NOTE : For an easier access for adjustment of the aileron


____
servocontrol, remove the rubbing strip seal, if necessary.

4. Procedure
_________

(Ref. Fig. 501/TASK 27-14-00-991-001, 502/TASK 27-14-00-991-005)

Subtask 27-14-00-820-052

A. Adjustment of the Aileron when the Blue Outboard Servocontrol is


Pressurized.

NOTE : If you see oscillations when the servocontrol is in the active


____
mode, do a check of these oscillations (Ref. TASK 27-14-00-200-
001).

NOTE : To adjust an aileron, you must adjust the surface with one
____
servocontrol active and then the other.

NOTE : At this time, the Blue servocontrol (33CE3, 33CE4) is in the


____
active mode.

(1) Put a ruler in position on the trailing edge of the wing (inboard end
of the wing) (see detail E).

(2) Use a graduated ruler to measure the position of the aileron in


relation to the ruler.

NOTE : To optimize the theoretical loft line, the ailerons position


____
must be as close as possible to the nominal values.
If the position of the aileron is not satisfactory, adjust the
Blue servocontrol as follows:

(a) Cut and remove the lockwire from the bolts (3).



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Position of the Aileron Servocontrol
Figure 501/TASK 27-14-00-991-001



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R Aileron Adjustment
Figure 502/TASK 27-14-00-991-005



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(b) Remove the bolts (3) and the lock plate (1).

(c) Set the control surface to zero with the adjusting nut (2).

NOTE : Always turn the adjusting nut (2) in the same direction to
____
adjust the clearances and the hysteresis.

(d) Install the lock plate (1) and the bolts (3).

(e) Safety the bolts (3) with the lockwire.

(3) Pressurize the Green hydraulic system (Ref. TASK 29-23-00-863-001).

(4) Depressurize the Blue hydraulic system (Ref. TASK 29-10-00-864-003).

Subtask 27-14-00-820-053

B. Adjustment of the Aileron when the Green Inboard Servocontrol is


Pressurized.

NOTE : If you see oscillations when the servocontrol is in the active


____
mode, do a check of these oscillations (Ref. TASK 27-14-00-200-
001).

NOTE : To adjust an aileron, you must adjust the surface with one
____
servocontrol active and then the other.

NOTE : At this time, the Green servocontrol (33CE1, 33CE2) is in the


____
active mode.

(1) Use a graduated ruler to measure the position of the aileron in


relation to the ruler.

NOTE : To optimize the theoretical loft line, the ailerons position


____
must be as close as possible to the nominal values.
If the position of the aileron is not satisfactory, adjust the
Green servocontrol as follows:

(a) Cut and remove the lockwire from the bolts (3).

(b) Remove the bolts (3) and the lock plate (1).

(c) Set the control surface to zero with the adjusting nut (2).

NOTE : Always turn the adjusting nut (2) in the same direction to
____
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(d) Install the lock plate (1) and the bolts (3).

(e) Safety the bolts (3) with the lockwire.

(2) Remove the ruler from the trailing edge of the wing.

(3) Make sure that the legends of the FLT CTL/ELAC 2 pushbutton switch
are off.

Subtask 27-14-00-860-063

C. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) Remove the rigging pins and the warning notices from the side sticks.

(2) Do the EIS start procedure (Ref. TASK 31-60-00-860-001).

(3) On the center pedestal, on the ECAM control panel, push the F/CTL key
(on the lower ECAM D.U, the F/CTL page comes into into view).

(4) Pressurize the Blue hydraulic system (Ref. TASK 29-10-00-863-003).

(5) On the panel 23 VU, release the FLT CTL/ELAC1 pushbutton switch (on
this pushbutton switch, the OFF legend comes on).

Subtask 27-14-00-710-052

D. Do this test:

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ACTION RESULT
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1. In the CAPT or F/O seat: The left aileron moves up smoothly.


- move the side stick until it The right aileron moves down smoothly.
touches the left stop and hold On the F/CTL page of the lower ECAM DU:
it in this position. - the index of the L/AIL indicator
moves smoothly to the upper stop.
- the index of the R/AIL indicator
moves smoothly to the lower stop.

2. In the CAPT or F/O seat: The left aileron moves down smoothly.
- move the side stick from the The right aileron moves up smoothly.
left stop until it touches the On the F/CTL page of the lower ECAM DU:
right stop and hold it in this - the index of the L/AIL indicator
position. moves smoothly from the upper stop
until it touches the lower stop.



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ACTION RESULT
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
- the index of the R/AIL indicator
moves smoothly from the lower stop
until it touches the upper stop.

3. In the CAPT or F/O seat: The left aileron moves smoothly to the
- put the side stick in the neutral position.
neutral position. The right aileron moves smoothly to the
neutral position.
On the F/CTL page of the lower ECAM DU:
- the index of the L/AIL indicator
moves smoothly to the neutral mark.
- the index of the R/AIL indicator
moves smoothly to the neutral mark.

Make sure that no fault indication come


into view.

4. On the panel 23VU: On the panel 23VU:


- push the FLT CTL/ELAC 1 - the OFF legend of the FLT CTL/ELAC 1
pushbutton switch. pusbutton switch goes off.

5. On the panel 24VU: On the panel 24VU:


- release the FLT CTL/ELAC 2 - the OFF legend of the FLT CTL/ELAC 2
pushbutton switch. pushbutton switch comes on.

6. In the CAPT or F/O seat: The left aileron moves up smoothly.


- move the side stick until it The right aileron moves down smoothly.
touches the left stop and hold On the F/CTL page of the lower ECAM DU:
it in this position. - the index of the L/AIL indicator
moves smoothly to the upper stop.
- the index of the R/AIL indicator
moves smoothly to the lower stop.

7. In the CAPT or F/O seat: The left aileron moves down smoothly.
- move the side stick from the The right aileron moves up smoothly.
left stop until it touches the On the F/CTL page of the lower ECAM DU:
right stop and hold it in this - the index of the L/AIL indicator
position. moves smoothly from the upper stop
until it touches the lower stop.
- the index of the R/AIL indicator
moves smoothly from the lower stop
until it touches the upper stop.



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ACTION RESULT
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
8. In the CAPT or F/O seat: The left aileron moves smoothly to the
- put the side stick in the neutral position.
neutral position. The right aileron moves smoothly to the
neutral position.
On the F/CTL page of the lower ECAM DU:
- the index of the L/AIL indicator
moves smoothly to the neutral mark.
- the index of the R/AIL indicator
moves smoothly to the neutral mark.

Make sure that no fault indication


comes into view.

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 27-14-00-860-065

A. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) Do the EIS stop procedure (Ref. TASK 31-60-00-860-002).

(2) On the panel 24VU, push the FLT CTL/ELAC2 pushbutton switch (on this
pushbutton switch, the OFF legend goes off).

(3) Depressurize the Green and Blue hydraulic systems (Ref. TASK 29-23-
00-864-001) (Ref. TASK 29-10-00-864-003).

(4) De-energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-862-


002).

(5) Make sure that the work area is clean and clear of tool(s) and other
items.

Subtask 27-14-00-410-051

B. Close Access

(1) Close the access door :

(a) 575KB for the left aileron.

(b) 675KB for the right aileron.

(2) Install the protective cover on the battery power center 105VU.



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(3) Tighten the two screws.

(4) Close the access door 822.

(5) Remove the access platform(s).



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R TASK 27-14-00-760-001

R Electrical Test of the Aileron Servo Controls

R WARNING : PUT THE SAFETY DEVICES AND THE WARNING NOTICES IN POSITION BEFORE YOU
_______
R START A TASK ON OR NEAR:
R - THE FLIGHT CONTROLS
R - THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES
R - THE LANDING GEAR AND THE RELATED DOORS
R - COMPONENTS THAT MOVE.

R WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE TRAVEL RANGES OF THE FLIGHT CONTROLS ARE CLEAR.
_______
R MOVEMENT OF FLIGHT CONTROLS CAN CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONS AND/OR
R DAMAGE.

R WARNING : WEAR AND ATTACH A SAFETY HARNESS WHEN YOU WORK ON HIGH SECTIONS. A
_______
R FALL CAN INJURE OR KILL YOU.

R 1. __________________
Reason for the Job

R To confirm the cause of an aileron servocontrol fault (flight control


R computer, aircraft wiring or servocontrol).
R In this procedure, you will interchange the wiring between two servocontrols
R (the one that you think is unserviceable and one that you know is
R serviceable).

R 2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

R A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

R -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
R REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
R -------------------------------------------------------------------------------

R No specific circuit breaker(s) safety clip(s)


R No specific 1 ACCESS PLATFORM 3M (10 FT)- ADJUSTABLE
R No specific 2 WARNING NOTICE
R 99D27103500000 1 SWITCH SERVO CTL AIL



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R B. Referenced Information

R -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
R REFERENCE DESIGNATION
R -------------------------------------------------------------------------------

R 27-96-00-710-020 Operational Test of the Side Stick Assembly


R (Activation for the BITE Test)
R 27-96-00-740-001 BITE Test of the EFCS (Ground Scanning)
R 29-10-00-864-001 Depressurize the Green Hydraulic System
R 29-10-00-864-002 Depressurize the Yellow Hydraulic System
R 29-10-00-864-003 Depressurize the Blue Hydraulic System
R 57-51-37-000-007 Removal of the Access Panel 575AT(675AT)
R 57-51-37-400-007 Installation of the Access Panel 575AT(675AT)

R 3. __________
Job Set-up

R Subtask 27-14-00-860-066

R A. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

R (1) Depressurize the aircraft hydraulic systems


R (Ref. TASK 29-10-00-864-001) (Ref. TASK 29-10-00-864-002) (Ref. TASK
R 29-10-00-864-003).

R Subtask 27-14-00-865-061

R B. Open, safety and tag this(these) circuit breaker(s):

R -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
R PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
R -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
R 49VU FLIGHT CONTROLS/ELAC1/NORM/SPLY 15CE1 B11
R 49VU FLIGHT CONTROLS/FCDC1/SPLY 20CE1 B10
R 49VU FLIGHT CONTROLS/SEC1/NORM/SPLY 21CE1 B08
R 105VU FLIGHT CONTROLS/ELAC2/STBY SPLY 16CE2 A02
R 105VU FLT CTL/ELAC1/STBY SPLY 16CE1 A01
R 105VU FLT CTL/SEC1/STBY SPLY 22CE B01
R 121VU FLIGHT CONTROLS/FCDC2/SPLY 20CE2 Q20
R 121VU FLIGHT CONTROLS/SEC3/SPLY 21CE3 Q19
R 121VU FLIGHT CONTROLS/SEC2/SPLY 21CE2 Q18
R 121VU FLIGHT CONTROLS/ELAC2/NORM/SPLY 15CE2 R20



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R Subtask 27-14-00-941-058

R C. Safety Precautions

R (1) Put a WARNING NOTICE in position to tell persons not to use these
R controls:
R - The CAPT and F/O side sticks.

R (2) Put WARNING NOTICES in position to tell persons not to operate the
R hydraulic systems.

R Subtask 27-14-00-010-056

R D. Get Access

R (1) Put the ACCESS PLATFORM 3M (10 FT)- ADJUSTABLE in position at the
R applicable zone:
R - For the fault on the servocontrol 33CE1 or 33CE3, at zone 575.
R - For the fault on the servocontrol 33CE2 or 33CE4, at zone 675.

R (2) Open the applicable trailing edge access panels (Ref. TASK 57-51-37-
R 000-007):

R (a) FOR 33CE1, 33CE3


R - The access panel 575AT.

R (b) FOR 33CE2, 33CE4


R - The access panel 675AT.

R Subtask 27-14-00-480-052

R E. Installation of the Tool

R (1) If the fault is on the servocontrol:

R (a) For 33CE1 or 33CE3:


R - Disconnect the electrical connectors 33CE1-A and 33CE3-A.

R (b) For 33CE2 or 33CE4:


R - Disconnect the electrical connectors 33CE2-A and 33CE4-A.

R (2) Connect the SWITCH SERVO CTL AIL (99D27103500000) to the disconnected
R electrical connectors.



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R Subtask 27-14-00-865-062

R F. Remove the safety clip(s) and the tag(s) and close this(these) circuit
R breaker(s):

R -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
R PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
R -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
R 49VU FLIGHT CONTROLS/ELAC1/NORM/SPLY 15CE1 B11
R 49VU FLIGHT CONTROLS/FCDC1/SPLY 20CE1 B10
R 49VU FLIGHT CONTROLS/SEC1/NORM/SPLY 21CE1 B08
R 105VU FLIGHT CONTROLS/ELAC2/STBY SPLY 16CE2 A02
R 105VU FLT CTL/ELAC1/STBY SPLY 16CE1 A01
R 105VU FLT CTL/SEC1/STBY SPLY 22CE B01
R 121VU FLIGHT CONTROLS/FCDC2/SPLY 20CE2 Q20
R 121VU FLIGHT CONTROLS/SEC3/SPLY 21CE3 Q19
R 121VU FLIGHT CONTROLS/SEC2/SPLY 21CE2 Q18
R 121VU FLIGHT CONTROLS/ELAC2/NORM/SPLY 15CE2 R20

R 4. Procedure
_________

R Subtask 27-14-00-760-050

R A. Electrical Test of the Aileron Servo Controls

R (1) Do the operational test of the side stick assembly (Activation for
R the BITE test) (Ref. TASK 27-96-00-710-020).

R (2) Do a BITE Test of the EFCS (Ground Scanning) (Ref. TASK 27-96-00-740-
R 001):

R (a) If the fault is the same, do a check of the aircraft wiring and
R of the flight control computer (Ref. TSM).

R (b) If the fault is on the other side, replace the defective


R servocontrol.



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R 5. Close-up
________

R Subtask 27-14-00-865-063

R A. Open, safety and tag this(these) circuit breaker(s):

R -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
R PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
R -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
R 49VU FLIGHT CONTROLS/ELAC1/NORM/SPLY 15CE1 B11
R 49VU FLIGHT CONTROLS/FCDC1/SPLY 20CE1 B10
R 49VU FLIGHT CONTROLS/SEC1/NORM/SPLY 21CE1 B08
R 105VU FLIGHT CONTROLS/ELAC2/STBY SPLY 16CE2 A02
R 105VU FLT CTL/ELAC1/STBY SPLY 16CE1 A01
R 105VU FLT CTL/SEC1/STBY SPLY 22CE B01
R 121VU FLIGHT CONTROLS/FCDC2/SPLY 20CE2 Q20
R 121VU FLIGHT CONTROLS/SEC3/SPLY 21CE3 Q19
R 121VU FLIGHT CONTROLS/SEC2/SPLY 21CE2 Q18
R 121VU FLIGHT CONTROLS/ELAC2/NORM/SPLY 15CE2 R20

R Subtask 27-14-00-080-052

R B. Removal of the Tool

R (1) Disconnect the SWITCH SERVO CTL AIL (99D27103500000).

R (2) Connect the electrical connectors:

R (a) For the servocontrol 33CE1 or 33CE3:


R - 33CE1-A and 33CE3-A.

R (b) For the servocontrol 33CE2 or 33CE4:


R - 33CE2-A and 33CE4-A.



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R Subtask 27-14-00-865-064

R C. Remove the safety clip(s) and the tag(s) and close this(these) circuit
R breaker(s):

R -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
R PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
R -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
R 49VU FLIGHT CONTROLS/ELAC1/NORM/SPLY 15CE1 B11
R 49VU FLIGHT CONTROLS/FCDC1/SPLY 20CE1 B10
R 49VU FLIGHT CONTROLS/SEC1/NORM/SPLY 21CE1 B08
R 105VU FLIGHT CONTROLS/ELAC2/STBY SPLY 16CE2 A02
R 105VU FLT CTL/ELAC1/STBY SPLY 16CE1 A01
R 105VU FLT CTL/SEC1/STBY SPLY 22CE B01
R 121VU FLIGHT CONTROLS/FCDC2/SPLY 20CE2 Q20
R 121VU FLIGHT CONTROLS/SEC3/SPLY 21CE3 Q19
R 121VU FLIGHT CONTROLS/SEC2/SPLY 21CE2 Q18
R 121VU FLIGHT CONTROLS/ELAC2/NORM/SPLY 15CE2 R20

R Subtask 27-14-00-410-056

R D. Close Access

R (1) Make sure that the work area is clean and clear of tool(s) and other
R items.

R (2) Close the trailing edge access-panels 575AT or 675AT (Ref. TASK 57-
R 51-37-400-007).

R Subtask 27-14-00-942-063

R E. Put the aircraft back to its initial configuration.

R (1) Remove the warning notice(s).

R (2) Remove the access platform(s).



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AILERON AND HYDRAULIC ACTUATION - INSPECTION/CHECK
__________________________________________________

TASK 27-14-00-220-001

R Check Aileron Servo Controls and Hinge Bearings for Excessive Play and
Condition

WARNING : PUT THE SAFETY DEVICES AND THE WARNING NOTICES IN POSITION BEFORE YOU
_______
START A TASK ON OR NEAR:
- THE FLIGHT CONTROLS
- THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES
- THE LANDING GEAR AND THE RELATED DOORS
- COMPONENTS THAT MOVE.

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE GROUND SAFETY-LOCKS ARE IN POSITION ON THE LANDING
_______
GEAR.

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Refer to the MPD TASK: 271400-02

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

No specific warning notices


No specific access platform 4.2 m (13 ft. 9 in.)
R 97A27003000007 1 GAGE,ASSY-PUSH-PULL
R 98D27303000001 1 LOAD,APPLICATION TOOL-ELEVATOR, AILERON, RUDDER
R 98D27303003001 1 CHECK TOOL (ANALOG)-AILERON,ELEVATOR,RUDDER
98D27303022000 1 CHECK TOOL (DIGITAL) - AILERON, ELEVATOR, RUDDER
98D27903500000 2 PIN-SIDE STICK LOCKING



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B. Referenced Information

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

24-41-00-861-002 Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the


External Power
24-41-00-862-002 De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits Supplied
from the External Power
27-14-00-200-001 Check of the Aileron Servo Control Oscillations
27-14-41-200-001 Inspection/Check of the Aileron
27-14-51-000-001 Removal of the Aileron Servo Control
27-14-51-200-001 Check of the Aileron Servo Control
27-14-51-400-001 Installation of the Aileron Servo Control
29-10-00-863-003 Pressurize the Blue Hydraulic System with a Ground
Power Supply
29-10-00-864-003 Depressurize the Blue Hydraulic System
29-23-00-863-001 Pressurize the Green Hydraulic System from the Yellow
Hydraulic System through the PTU with the Electric
Pump
29-23-00-864-001 Depressurize the Green and Yellow Hydraulic Systems
after Operation of the PTU
27-14-00-991-004 Fig. 601
27-14-00-991-006 Fig. 602

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 27-14-00-865-050

A. Make sure that this(these) circuit breaker(s) is(are) closed:

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
49VU FLIGHT CONTROLS/ELAC1/NORM/SPLY 15CE1 B11
121VU FLIGHT CONTROLS/ELAC2/NORM/SPLY 15CE2 R20

Subtask 27-14-00-860-050

B. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

R (1) Energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-861-


002).

(2) On the center pedestal, make sure that the flap and slat control
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(3) On the center pedestal, make sure that the speedbrake control lever
is in the RET position.

(4) On the overhead panel 23VU, make sure that the FLT CTL/ELAC 1
pushbutton switch is pushed (on this pushbutton switch, the FAULT and
OFF legends are off).

Subtask 27-14-00-010-055

C. Get Access
(Ref. Fig. 601/TASK 27-14-00-991-004)

(1) Put the access platform in position at zone 575 for the left aileron.

(2) Open the access doors 575KB, 575MB, 590AB, 590BB.

(3) Put the access platform in position at zone 675 for the right
aileron.

(4) Open the access doors 675KB, 675MB, 690AB, 690BB.

Subtask 27-14-00-480-050

D. Installation of the tools.

(1) Lock the 2 side stick controllers with the PIN-SIDE STICK LOCKING
(98D27903500000).

(2) Put the warning notices on the CAPT and F/O side sticks to tell
persons not to touch the side sticks.

R (3) Install the LOAD,APPLICATION TOOL-ELEVATOR, AILERON, RUDDER


R (98D27303000001) as follow:
- at the trailing edge of the aileron
- between the two servo controls.

R (4) Install the CHECK TOOL (ANALOG)-AILERON,ELEVATOR,RUDDER


R (98D27303003001) or CHECK TOOL (DIGITAL) - AILERON, ELEVATOR, RUDDER
(98D27303022000) on the trailing edge of the aileron.
(Ref. Fig. 601/TASK 27-14-00-991-004)

Adjust the spindle of the dial indicator to its mid travel.

NOTE : With the CHECK TOOL (DIGITAL) - AILERON, ELEVATOR, RUDDER


____
(98D27303022000), you can use the auto-record function. For
more information about the auto-record function, refer to the
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R Location of the Tools
Figure 601/TASK 27-14-00-991-004



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(Ref. Fig. 602/TASK 27-14-00-991-006)

Subtask 27-14-00-863-062

E. Pressurize the Green and Blue hydraulic systems (Ref. TASK 29-23-00-863-
001) (Ref. TASK 29-10-00-863-003).

4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 27-14-00-210-052

A. Check for General Condition

(1) Do a visual check of the servo control bearings.

(2) Do a visual check of the aileron hinge bearings.

(3) Make sure that the that the liners are not damaged.

NOTE : The liner is a coat of teflon between the bearing case and the
____
ball. It lets the ball turn with a minimum of friction (self
lubricating).

If you can see the liner, replace the related servo control
(Ref. TASK 27-14-51-000-001) and (Ref. TASK 27-14-51-400-001).

Subtask 27-14-00-220-050

B. Check of the Aileron Servo Controls and Hinge Bearings for too much Play
and Condition

(1) On the panel 24VU, release the FLT CTL/ELAC 2 pushbutton switch (the
OFF legend comes on).

NOTE : The check is only given for one surface. Do the same
____
operations for the other surface.

R (2) On the LOAD,APPLICATION TOOL-ELEVATOR, AILERON, RUDDER


R (98D27303000001), connect a GAGE ASSY - PUSH-PULL TOOL GAGE,ASSY-
R PUSH-PULL (97A27003000007) (or equivalent).

(3) Apply 30 daN (67.4426 lbf) in the up direction on the trailing edge.

NOTE : If you see oscillations when the servo control is in active


____
mode, do a check of these oscillations (Ref. TASK 27-14-00-
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CHECK TOOL (DIGITAL) 98D27303022000 (Auto-recording Function)
Figure 602/TASK 27-14-00-991-006



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(4) Continue to apply this force and set the dial indicator to zero.

(5) Release the force.

(6) At the same position, apply 30 daN (67.4426 lbf) in the down
direction on the trailing edge.

(7) Continue to apply this force and read the value on the dial
indicator.

(8) Release the force on the trailing edge.

R (9) For each measurement, if the distance is more than 10 mm (0.3937 in.)
R between the two positions:
R - repair the structure/aileron, structure/servo control or servo
R control/aileron bearings (Ref. TASK 27-14-41-200-001), (Ref. TASK
R 27-14-51-200-001).

R NOTE : This 10 mm (0.3937 in.) value includes 4 mm (0.1574 in.) of


____
R surface bending as the result of 30 daN (67.4426 lbf) applied
R force.

R (10) Change the aileron control from ELAC 2 to ELAC 1:

(a) On the panel 24VU, push the FLT CLT/ELAC 2 pushbutton switch (the
OFF legend goes off).

(b) On the panel 23VU, release the FLT CTL/ELAC 1 pushbutton switch
(the OFF legend comes on).

R (11) At the same position, apply 30 daN (67.4426 lbf) in the up direction
on the trailing edge.

R (12) Continue to apply this force and set the dial indicator to zero.

R (13) Release the force.

R (14) At the same position, apply 30 daN (67.4426 lbf) in the down
direction on the trailing edge.

R (15) Continue to apply this force and read the value on the dial
indicator.

R (16) Release the force on the trailing edge.

R (17) For each measurement, if the distance is more than 10 mm (0.3937 in.)
between the two positions:
- repair the structure/aileron, structure/servo control or servo
control/aileron bearings (Ref. TASK 27-14-41-200-001), (Ref. TASK
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NOTE : This 10 mm (0.3937 in.) value includes 4 mm (0.1574 in.) of
____
surface bending as the result of 30 daN (67.4426 lbf) applied
force.

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 27-14-00-080-050

A. Removal of the Tools.


(Ref. Fig. 601/TASK 27-14-00-991-004)

R (1) Remove the CHECK TOOL (ANALOG)-AILERON,ELEVATOR,RUDDER


R (98D27303003001) or CHECK TOOL (DIGITAL) - AILERON, ELEVATOR, RUDDER
R (98D27303022000) , the GAGE ASSY - PUSH-PULL TOOL GAGE,ASSY-PUSH-PULL
R (97A27003000007) and the LOAD,APPLICATION TOOL-ELEVATOR, AILERON,
R RUDDER (98D27303000001).

(2) Remove the PIN-SIDE STICK LOCKING (98D27903500000) from the two side
stick controllers.

(3) Make sure that the work area is clean and clear of tool(s) and other
items.

Subtask 27-14-00-410-055

B. Close Access

R (1) Close the access doors 575KB, 575MB, 590AB and 590BB for the left
R aileron.

R (2) Close the access doors 675KB, 675MB, 690AB and 690BB for the right
R aileron.

(3) Remove the access platform(s).

Subtask 27-14-00-860-051

C. Put the aircraft back to its initial configuration.

(1) Depressurize the Green hydraulic system (Ref. TASK 29-23-00-864-001).

(2) Depressurize the Blue hydraulic system (Ref. TASK 29-10-00-864-003).

(3) On the panel 23VU, push the FLT CTL/ELAC 1 pushbutton switch (the OFF
legend goes off).

(4) Remove the warning notice(s).

(5) De-energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-862-


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TASK 27-14-00-220-002

Check of the Aileron Servo Controls Fluid Reserve Piston Position with the
Hydraulic Reservoirs Depressurized

WARNING : PUT THE SAFETY DEVICES AND THE WARNING NOTICES IN POSITION BEFORE YOU
_______
START A TASK ON OR NEAR:
- THE FLIGHT CONTROLS
- THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES
- THE LANDING GEAR AND THE RELATED DOORS
- COMPONENTS THAT MOVE.

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE GROUND SAFETY-LOCKS ARE IN POSITION ON THE LANDING
_______
GEAR.

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Refer to the MPD TASK: 271400-03

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

No specific rule
No specific warning notices
No specific access platform 3.6 m (11 ft. 10 in.)

B. Referenced Information

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

24-41-00-861-002 Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the


External Power
24-41-00-862-002 De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits Supplied
from the External Power
29-10-00-863-003 Pressurize the Blue Hydraulic System with a Ground
Power Supply
29-10-00-864-003 Depressurize the Blue Hydraulic System
29-14-00-614-001 Depressurization of the Hydraulic Reservoirs
29-14-00-614-002 Pressurization of the Hydraulic Reservoirs through
the Ground Connector



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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

29-23-00-863-001 Pressurize the Green Hydraulic System from the Yellow


Hydraulic System through the PTU with the Electric
Pump
29-23-00-864-001 Depressurize the Green and Yellow Hydraulic Systems
after Operation of the PTU
29-24-00-863-001 Pressurize the Yellow Hydraulic System with the
Electric Pump
29-24-00-864-001 Depressurize the Yellow Hydraulic System
R 27-14-00-991-003 Fig. 603

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 27-14-00-010-054

A. Get access

(1) Put the access platform in position.

(2) Open the access doors 575KB, 675KB.

Subtask 27-14-00-860-052

B. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) Energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-861-


002).

(2) On the center pedestal, make sure that the speedbrake control lever
is in the RET position.

(3) Pressurize the aircraft hydraulic systems (Ref. TASK 29-23-00-863-


001) (Ref. TASK 29-24-00-863-001) (Ref. TASK 29-10-00-863-003).

(4) On each servo control (1), make sure that the indicator of the
fluid-reserve (2) piston is in the maximum extended position.
R (Ref. Fig. 603/TASK 27-14-00-991-003)

(5) Depressurize the aircraft hydraulic systems (Ref. TASK 29-23-00-864-


001) (Ref. TASK 29-24-00-864-001) (Ref. TASK 29-10-00-864-003).

(6) Depressurize the hydraulic reservoirs (Ref. TASK 29-14-00-614-001).



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Aileron Servo Control
R Figure 603/TASK 27-14-00-991-003



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(7) Put warning notices in position to tell persons not to pressurize the
hydraulic systems:
- on the ground service panels,
- in the cockpit, on the HYD section of the overhead panel 40VU.

(8) Put a warning notice on the access door 195BB to tell persons not to
pressurize the hydraulic reservoirs.

4. Procedure
_________

R (Ref. Fig. 603/TASK 27-14-00-991-003)

Subtask 27-14-00-220-053

A. Check of the Position of the Fluid Reserve Piston of the Aileron Servo
Controls

(1) After three hours, on the fluid reserve (2), with a rule make sure
that the indicator does not retract more than 32 mm (1,2598 in.).
- If the indicator retracts more than 32 mm (1.2598 in.), the
pressure and return line closing valves are not sealed. You must
remove the servo control (1) for repair.

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 27-14-00-410-054

A. Close access

(1) Close the access doors 575KB, 675KB.

(2) Remove the access platform(s).

Subtask 27-14-00-860-053

B. Put the Aircraft Back to its Initial Configuration

(1) Make sure that the work area is clean and clear of tool(s) and other
items.

(2) Remove the warning notice(s).

(3) Pressurize the hydraulic reservoirs (Ref. TASK 29-14-00-614-002).

(4) De-energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-862-


002).



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TASK 27-14-00-200-001

Check of the Aileron Servo Control Oscillations

WARNING : PUT THE SAFETY DEVICES AND THE WARNING NOTICES IN POSITION BEFORE YOU
_______
START A TASK ON OR NEAR:
- THE FLIGHT CONTROLS
- THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES
- THE LANDING GEAR AND THE RELATED DOORS
- COMPONENTS THAT MOVE.

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE GROUND SAFETY-LOCKS ARE IN POSITION ON THE LANDING
_______
GEAR.

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

No specific warning notices


No specific access platform 4.2 m (13 ft. 9 in.)
R 98D27303003001 1 CHECK TOOL (ANALOG)-AILERON,ELEVATOR,RUDDER
98D27303022000 1 CHECK TOOL (DIGITAL) - AILERON, ELEVATOR, RUDDER
98D27903500000 2 PIN-SIDE STICK LOCKING

B. Referenced Information

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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

24-41-00-861-002 Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the


External Power
24-41-00-862-002 De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits Supplied
from the External Power
27-14-51-000-003 Removal of the Aileron Servo-Control Servovalve
27-14-51-400-003 Installation of the Aileron Servo-Control Servovalve
29-10-00-863-003 Pressurize the Blue Hydraulic System with a Ground
Power Supply
29-10-00-864-003 Depressurize the Blue Hydraulic System



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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
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29-23-00-863-001 Pressurize the Green Hydraulic System from the Yellow


Hydraulic System through the PTU with the Electric
Pump
29-23-00-864-001 Depressurize the Green and Yellow Hydraulic Systems
after Operation of the PTU

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 27-14-00-860-054

A. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) Energize the aircraft electrical circuits


(Ref. TASK 24-41-00-861-002).

(2) Put the PIN-SIDE STICK LOCKING (98D27903500000) on the CAPT and F/O
side sticks.

(3) Put the warning notices on the CAPT and F/O side sticks to tell
persons not to touch the side sticks.

(4) Make sure that the flap and slat control lever is in the fully
retracted position.

(5) On the overhead panel 23VU:


- release the FLT CTL/SEC 1 pushbutton switch (on this pushbutton
switch the OFF legend comes on).

(6) On the overhead panel 24VU:


- release the FLT CTL/SEC 2 pushbutton switch (on this pushbutton
switch the OFF legend comes on)
- release the FLT CTL/SEC 3 pushbutton switch (on this pushbutton
switch the OFF legend comes on).

(7) On the panel 23VU, make sure that the FLT CTL/ELAC 1 pushbutton
switch is pushed (on this pushbutton switch, the OFF and FAULT
legends are off).

(8) On the panel 24VU, make sure that the FLT CTL/ELAC 2 pushbutton
switch is pushed (on this pushbutton switch, the OFF and FAULT
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Subtask 27-14-00-480-051

B. Installation of the Tools

(1) Put the access platform at the zone 590, 690.

R (2) Install the CHECK TOOL (ANALOG)-AILERON,ELEVATOR,RUDDER


R (98D27303003001) or CHECK TOOL (DIGITAL) - AILERON, ELEVATOR, RUDDER
(98D27303022000) on the wing structure, near the aileron.

R (3) Put the pointer of the CHECK TOOL (ANALOG)-AILERON,ELEVATOR,RUDDER


R (98D27303003001) or CHECK TOOL (DIGITAL) - AILERON, ELEVATOR, RUDDER
(98D27303022000) at the trailing edge of the aileron.

4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 27-14-00-220-054

A. Check of the Oscillation of the Servo Control of Each Aileron

(1) Pressurize the Blue hydraulic system (Ref. TASK 29-10-00-863-003).

(2) On the dial indicator, measure the amplitude of the oscillations.


If the amplitude is more than 1 mm (0.0393 in.), replace the
servovalve of the servo control (33CE3, 33CE4).

(3) Pressurize the Green hydraulic system (Ref. TASK 29-23-00-863-001).

(4) Depressurize the Blue hydraulic system (Ref. TASK 29-10-00-864-003).

(5) On the dial indicator, measure the amplitude of the oscillations.


If the amplitude is more than 1 mm (0.0393 in.), replace the
servovalve of the servo control (33CE1, 33CE2) (Ref. TASK 27-14-51-
000-003) (Ref. TASK 27-14-51-400-003).

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 27-14-00-080-051

A. Removal of the Tools

R (1) Remove the CHECK TOOL (ANALOG)-AILERON,ELEVATOR,RUDDER


R (98D27303003001) or CHECK TOOL (DIGITAL) - AILERON, ELEVATOR, RUDDER
(98D27303022000).

(2) Remove the PIN-SIDE STICK LOCKING (98D27903500000).



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Subtask 27-14-00-860-055

B. Put the aircraft back to its initial configuration.

(1) Depressurize the Green hydraulic system (Ref. TASK 29-23-00-864-001).

(2) On the panel 23VU, push the FLT CTL/SEC 1 pushbutton switch (on this
pushbutton switch, the OFF legend goes off).

(3) On the panel 24VU, push the FLT CTL/SEC 2 and FLT CTL/SEC 3
pushbutton switches (on these pushbutton switches the OFF legend goes
off).

(4) De-energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-862-


002).

Subtask 27-14-00-942-062

C. Remove the maintenance equipement.

(1) Make sure that the work area is clean and clear of tool(s) and other
items.

(2) Remove the warning notice(s).

(3) Remove the access platform(s).



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AILERON - REMOVAL/INSTALLATION
______________________________

TASK 27-14-41-000-001

Removal of the Aileron

WARNING : PUT THE SAFETY DEVICES AND THE WARNING NOTICES IN POSITION BEFORE YOU
_______
START A TASK ON OR NEAR:
- THE FLIGHT CONTROLS
- THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES
- THE LANDING GEAR AND THE RELATED DOORS
- COMPONENTS THAT MOVE.

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE GROUND SAFETY-LOCKS ARE IN POSITION ON THE LANDING
_______
GEAR.

CAUTION : BE CAREFUL WHEN YOU DO MAINTENANCE TASKS ON THE WING TRAILING EDGE:
_______
- DO NOT CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE ELECTRICAL CABLE RACEWAYS.
- DO NOT CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE ELECTRICAL CABLE INSTALLATIONS.
- MAKE SURE THAT THE ELECTRICAL CABLES ARE INSTALLED CORRECTLY.
INCORRECT INSTALLATION CAN CAUSE DAMAGE.

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

No specific circuit breaker(s) safety clip(s)


No specific crane
No specific safety barriers
No specific 1 ACCESS PLATFORM 4M (13 FT)
No specific 1 TRESTLE - PADDED
No specific AR WARNING NOTICE
SL90-314-5625 1 TOOL - EXTRACTION, TAB WASHERS STA-LOK NSA5454
SL90-314-7500 1 TOOL - EXTRACTION, TAB WASHERS STA-LOK NSA5454
SL90-315-5625 1 WRENCH - NOTCHED, TIGHTENING OF NUTS NSA5454
SL90-315-7500 1 WRENCH - NOTCHED, TIGHTENING OF NUTS NSA5454
R 98D27104001000 1 FRAME-LIFTING ASSEMBLY,AILERON
98D27104002001 1 SUPPORT-AILERON ACTUATOR



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B. Referenced Information

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

20-22-00-000-001 Removal of STA-LOK Nuts and Lockwashers


23-61-41-000-001 Removal of the Static Discharger
27-50-00-866-009 Retraction of the Flaps on the Ground
29-10-00-864-001 Depressurize the Green Hydraulic System
29-10-00-864-003 Depressurize the Blue Hydraulic System
29-14-00-614-001 Depressurization of the Hydraulic Reservoirs
57-51-37-000-005 Removal of the Access Panels 575KB(675KB),
575LB(675LB), 575MB(675MB)
57-51-37-000-007 Removal of the Access Panel 575AT(675AT)
27-14-41-991-001 Fig. 401

**ON A/C 001-003, 051-052,

27-14-41-991-002-A Fig. 402

R **ON A/C 004-049, 053-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


R 401-499, 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

27-14-41-991-002-B Fig. 402A

**ON A/C ALL

3. __________
Job Set-up

(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 27-14-41-991-001)

Subtask 27-14-41-941-052

A. Safety Precautions

(1) Put the safety barriers in position.

(2) Put a WARNING NOTICE in position in the cockpit to tell persons not
to operate the flight controls.



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R Aileron - Location and Detail
Figure 401/TASK 27-14-41-991-001



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Subtask 27-14-41-860-050

B. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE TRAVEL RANGES OF THE FLIGHT CONTROLS ARE
_______
CLEAR. MOVEMENT OF FLIGHT CONTROLS CAN CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONS
AND/OR DAMAGE.

(1) Retract the flaps fully (Ref. TASK 27-50-00-866-009).

R (2) Make sure that the LOCKING TOOL-FLAP SLAT LEVER,INT. POSITION is on
the flap/slat control lever.

(3) Depressurize the Green and the Blue hydraulic systems (Ref. TASK 29-
10-00-864-001), (Ref. TASK 29-10-00-864-003).

(4) Depressurize the applicable hydraulic reservoir (Ref. TASK 29-14-00-


614-001).

(5) Remove the safety collar from the circuit breakers 9CV and 11CV.

Subtask 27-14-41-865-050

C. Open, safety and tag this(these) circuit breaker(s):

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PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
49VU FLIGHT CONTROLS/ELAC1/NORM/SPLY 15CE1 B11
105VU FLIGHT CONTROLS/ELAC2/STBY SPLY 16CE2 A02
105VU FLT CTL/ELAC1/STBY SPLY 16CE1 A01
121VU FLIGHT CONTROLS/ELAC2/NORM/SPLY 15CE2 R20

Subtask 27-14-41-010-050-A

D. Get Access

R (1) Put the ACCESS PLATFORM 4M (13 FT) in position below the applicable
zone 575 or 675.

(2) Remove the applicable access panels (Ref. TASK 57-51-37-000-007),


(Ref. TASK 57-51-37-000-005):
- for the left wing, remove 575AT, 575MB, 575KB, 575LB, 590AB, 590BB
- for the right wing, remove 675AT, 675MB, 675KB, 675LB, 690AB,
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(3) Remove the static dischargers so that you do not cause damage to them
(Ref. TASK 23-61-41-000-001).

(4) Loosen the screws (1), (3) and (5) to let the upper and lower aileron
seals (2), (4) and (6) move.

(5) Manually move the aileron to get access to the actuators and the
hinges.

NOTE : The internal flutter dampening system of the actuators will


____
keep the aileron in position.

(6) To prevent damage to the hydraulic pipes install the SUPPORT-AILERON


ACTUATOR (98D27104002001) and attach it with the screw fasteners.

4. Procedure
_________

(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 27-14-41-991-001)

**ON A/C 001-003, 051-052,

(Ref. Fig. 402/TASK 27-14-41-991-002-A)

R **ON A/C 004-049, 053-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


R 401-499, 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

(Ref. Fig. 402A/TASK 27-14-41-991-002-B)

**ON A/C ALL

CAUTION : BE CAREFUL WHEN YOU DO MAINTENANCE TASKS ON THE WING TRAILING


_______
EDGE:
- DO NOT CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE ELECTRICAL CABLE RACEWAYS.
- DO NOT CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE ELECTRICAL CABLE INSTALLATIONS.
- MAKE SURE THAT THE ELECTRICAL CABLES ARE INSTALLED CORRECTLY.
INCORRECT INSTALLATION CAN CAUSE DAMAGE.

**ON A/C 001-003, 051-052,

Subtask 27-14-41-020-053-B

A. Removal of the Aileron

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Figure 402/TASK 27-14-41-991-002-A14 (SHEET 1)


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Figure 402/TASK 27-14-41-991-002-A24 (SHEET 2)


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Figure 402/TASK 27-14-41-991-002-A34 (SHEET 3)


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Figure 402/TASK 27-14-41-991-002-A44 (SHEET 4)


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Figure 402A/TASK 27-14-41-991-002-B12 (SHEET 1)


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Figure 402A/TASK 27-14-41-991-002-B22 (SHEET 2)


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(1) Remove the nuts (11), the washers (10), the bolts (17) and the
locking plates (16).

(2) Remove the STA-LOK nuts (12) as follows (Ref. TASK 20-22-00-000-001):

(a) Remove the STA LOK washers (13) with the TOOL - EXTRACTION, TAB
WASHERS STA-LOK NSA5454 (SL90-314-7500).

(b) Remove the STA-LOK nuts (12) with the WRENCH - NOTCHED,
TIGHTENING OF NUTS NSA5454 (SL90-315-7500).

(3) Hold the aileron and remove the pins (15).

(4) Manually retract the actuators No. 1 and No. 2 and remove the flanged
bush (14) from each actuator attachment bracket.

(5) Manually move the aileron to the highest position.

R (6) Install the FRAME-LIFTING ASSEMBLY,AILERON (98D27104001000):

R (a) Make sure that the side plates on the FRAME-LIFTING


R ASSEMBLY,AILERON are correctly installed.

R (b) Make sure that the adjuster assemblies on the FRAME-LIFTING


R ASSEMBLY,AILERON are as far apart as possible.

R (7) Lift the FRAME-LIFTING ASSEMBLY,AILERON with the crane. Put the
R FRAME-LIFTING ASSEMBLY,AILERON around the aileron, at the same
distance from each end.

NOTE : The weight of the aileron and the brackets is 50 kg (110.2311


____
lb).

(8) To lock the lifting frame assembly:

CAUTION : DO NOT TIGHTEN THE ADJUSTER ASSEMBLIES ON THE LIFTING FRAME


_______
TOO MUCH OR YOU WILL DAMAGE THE AILERON.

R (a) Tighten the adjuster assemblies to lock the FRAME-LIFTING


R ASSEMBLY,AILERON in position.

(9) For hinge No.s 1, 2 and 3, do the steps that follow:

(a) Remove the nut (23), the bolt (30), the washers (24) and (29),
and the bonding strap (25).

(b) Remove the nut (22), the bolt (21) and the locking plate (20).



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(c) Remove the STA-LOK nut (27) as follows (Ref. TASK 20-22-00-000-
001):

1
_ Remove the STA-LOK washer (28) with the TOOL - EXTRACTION, TAB
WASHERS STA-LOK NSA5454 (SL90-314-5625).

2
_ Remove the STA-LOK nut (27) with the WRENCH - NOTCHED,
TIGHTENING OF NUTS NSA5454 (SL90-315-5625).

(10) For hinge No. 5 only, remove the nut (53), the bolt (47), the washers
(48) and (54) and the bonding strap (49).

(11) For hinge No.s 4 and 5, do the steps that follow:

(a) Remove the nut (55), the bolt (45), the washers (46) and (56),
and the bonding strap (40).

(b) Remove the bolt (44) and the locking plate (43).

(c) Remove the STA-LOK nut (51) as follows (Ref. TASK 20-22-00-000-
001):

1
_ Remove the STA-LOK washer (52) with the TOOL - EXTRACTION, TAB
WASHERS STA-LOK NSA5454.

2
_ Remove the STA-LOK nut (51) with the WRENCH - NOTCHED,
TIGHTENING OF NUTS NSA5454.

(12) Make sure that the aileron is supported by the crane and remove the
hinge pins (19) and (42). Move the aileron aft and away from the wing
and put it on the TRESTLE - PADDED.

(13) If the aileron is to be replaced, loosen the adjuster assemblies and


R remove the FRAME-LIFTING ASSEMBLY,AILERON from the aileron.

If the aileron is safetied with ABS 0738 nuts, do the steps that follow:

(14) Remove the nuts (61), the washers (60), the bolts (69) and the
locking plates (68).

(15) Remove and discard the cotter pins (65) from the locking caps (64).

(16) Remove the locking caps (64), the nuts (63) and the washers (62).

(17) Hold the aileron and remove the pins (67).



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(18) Manually retract the actuators No. 1 and No. 2 and remove the flanged
bush (66) from each actuator attachment bracket.

(19) Manually move the aileron to the highest position.

R (20) Install the FRAME-LIFTING ASSEMBLY,AILERON (98D27104001000):

R (a) Make sure that the side plates on the FRAME-LIFTING


R ASSEMBLY,AILERON are correctly installed.

R (b) Make sure that the adjuster assemblies on the FRAME-LIFTING


R ASSEMBLY,AILERON are as far apart as possible.

R (21) Lift the FRAME-LIFTING ASSEMBLY,AILERON with the crane. Put the
R FRAME-LIFTING ASSEMBLY,AILERON around the aileron, at the same
distance from each end.

NOTE : The weight of the aileron and the brackets is 50 kg (110.2311


____
lb).

(22) To lock the lifting frame assembly:

CAUTION : DO NOT TIGHTEN THE ADJUSTER ASSEMBLIES ON THE LIFTING FRAME


_______
TOO MUCH OR YOU WILL DAMAGE THE AILERON.

R (a) Tighten the adjuster assemblies to lock the FRAME-LIFTING


R ASSEMBLY,AILERON in position.

(23) For hinge No.s 1, 2 and 3:

(a) Remove the nut (75), the bolt (84), the washers (76) and (83),
and the bonding strap (77).

(b) Remove the nut (74), the bolt (73) and the locking plate (72).

(24) For hinge No.s 2 and 3:

(a) Remove and discard the cotter pin (82) from the locking cap (81).

(b) Remove the locking cap (81), the nut (80) and the washer (79).

(25) For hinge No. 5 only, remove the nut (106), the bolt (97), the
washers (98) and (105), and the bonding strap (99).



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(26) For hinge No.s 4 and 5, do the steps that follow:

(a) Remove the nut (107), the bolt (95), the washers (96) and (108),
and the bonding strap (90).

(b) Remove the bolt (94) and the locking plate (93).

(c) Remove and discard the cotter pin (104) from the locking cap
(103).

(d) Remove the locking cap (103), the nut (102) and the washer (101).

(27) Make sure that the aileron is supported by the crane and remove the
hinge pins (71) and (92). Move the aileron aft and away from the wing
and put it on the TRESTLE - PADDED.

(28) If the aileron is to be replaced, loosen the adjuster assemblies and


R remove the FRAME-LIFTING ASSEMBLY,AILERON from the aileron.

Subtask 27-14-41-020-052

B. Removal of the Bushes from the Hinges

If the aileron is safetied with STA-LOK nuts, do the steps that follow:

(1) For the hinge No. 1, remove the bush (26).

(2) For the hinge No.s 2 and 3, remove the bushes (18) and (26).

(3) For the hinge No.s 4 and 5, remove the bushes (41) and (50).

If the aileron is safetied with ABS 0738 nuts, do the steps that follow:

(4) For the hinge No. 1, remove the bush (78).

(5) For the hinge No.s 2 and 3, remove the bushes (70) and (78).

(6) For the hinge No.s 4 and 5, remove the bushes (91) and (100).



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R **ON A/C 004-049, 053-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,
R 401-499, 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

Subtask 27-14-41-020-053-A

A. Removal of the Aileron

(1) Remove the nuts (61), the washers (60), the bolts (69) and the
locking plates (68).

(2) Remove and discard the cotter pins (65) from the locking caps (64).

(3) Remove the locking caps (64), the nuts (63) and the washers (62).

(4) Hold the aileron and remove the pins (67).

(5) Manually retract the actuators No. 1 and No. 2 and remove the flanged
bush (66) from each actuator attachment bracket.

(6) Manually move the aileron to the highest position.

(7) Install the FRAME-LIFTING ASSEMBLY,AILERON (98D27104001000):

(a) Make sure that the side plates on the FRAME-LIFTING


ASSEMBLY,AILERON are correctly installed.

(b) Make sure that the adjuster assemblies on the FRAME-LIFTING


ASSEMBLY,AILERON are as far apart as possible.

(8) Lift the FRAME-LIFTING ASSEMBLY,AILERON with the crane. Put the
FRAME-LIFTING ASSEMBLY,AILERON around the aileron, at the same
distance from each end.

NOTE : The weight of the aileron and the brackets is 50 kg (110.2311


____
lb).

(9) To lock the lifting frame assembly:

CAUTION : DO NOT TIGHTEN THE ADJUSTER ASSEMBLIES ON THE LIFTING FRAME


_______
TOO MUCH OR YOU WILL DAMAGE THE AILERON.

(a) Tighten the adjuster assemblies to lock the FRAME-LIFTING


ASSEMBLY,AILERON in position.


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(10) For hinge No.s 1, 2 and 3:

(a) Remove the nut (75), the bolt (84), the washers (76) and (83),
and the bonding strap (77).

(b) Remove the nut (74), the bolt (73) and the locking plate (72).

(c) Remove and discard the cotter pin (82) from the locking cap (81).

(d) Remove the locking cap (81), the nut (80) and the washer (79).

(11) For hinge No. 5, remove the nut (106), the bolt (97), the washers
(98) and (105), and the bonding strap (99).

(12) For hinge No.s 4 and 5, do the steps that follow:

(a) Remove the nut (107), the bolt (95), the washers (96) and (108),
and the bonding strap (90).

(b) Remove the bolt (94) and the locking plate (93).

(c) Remove and discard the cotter pin (104) from the locking cap
(103).

(d) Remove the locking cap (103), the nut (102) and the washer (101).

(13) Make sure that the aileron is supported by the crane and remove the
hinge pins (61) and (92). Move the aileron aft and away from the wing
and put it on the TRESTLE - PADDED.

(14) If the aileron is to be replaced, loosen the adjuster assemblies and


remove the FRAME-LIFTING ASSEMBLY,AILERON from the aileron.

Subtask 27-14-41-020-052-A

B. Removal of the Bushes from the Hinges

(1) For the hinge No. 1, remove the bush (78).

(2) For the hinge No.s 2 and 3, remove the bushes (70) and (78).

(3) For the hinge No.s 4 and 5, remove the bushes (91) and (100).


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TASK 27-14-41-400-001

Installation of the Aileron

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE FLIGHT CONTROL SAFETY-LOCKS AND THE WARNING
_______
NOTICES ARE IN POSITION.

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE GROUND SAFETY-LOCKS ARE IN POSITION ON THE LANDING
_______
GEAR.

CAUTION : BE CAREFUL WHEN YOU DO MAINTENANCE TASKS ON THE WING TRAILING EDGE:
_______
- DO NOT CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE ELECTRICAL CABLE RACEWAYS.
- DO NOT CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE ELECTRICAL CABLE INSTALLATIONS.
- MAKE SURE THAT THE ELECTRICAL CABLES ARE INSTALLED CORRECTLY.
INCORRECT INSTALLATION CAN CAUSE DAMAGE.

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

No specific crane
No specific 1 ACCESS PLATFORM 4M (13 FT)
No specific AR SAFETY BARRIER
No specific AR WARNING NOTICE
No specific Torque Wrench : range 0.00 to 1.20 m.daN
(0.00 to 9.00 lbf.ft)
R No specific Torque Wrench : range 0.70 to 10.00 m.daN
R (5.00 to 75.00 lbf.ft)
SL90-313-5625 1 TOOL - INSTALLATION, TAB WASHERS STA-LOK NSA5454
SL90-313-7500 1 TOOL - INSTALLATION, TAB WASHERS STA-LOK NSA5454
SL90-315-5625 1 WRENCH - NOTCHED, TIGHTENING OF NUTS NSA5454
SL90-315-7500 1 WRENCH - NOTCHED, TIGHTENING OF NUTS NSA5454
98D27104000001 1 GUIDE CONE - AILERON
98D27104001000 1 FRAME-LIFTING ASSEMBLY,AILERON



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B. Consumable Materials

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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Material No. 04-022 USA MIL-PRF-81322


SYNTHE.HYDROCARBON GREASE HIGH PRESSURE
(Ref. 20-31-00)
R Material No. 05-002 USA MIL-PRF-8116
PUTTY, ZINC CHROMATE GENERAL PURPOSE (Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 11-026 GB DEF-STAN 68-148/1
SOLVENT GENERAL PURPOSE (Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 15-007 AIB TN 10138 TYPE II GRADE 1
CORROSION PREVENTIVE TEMPORARY PROTECTIVE COMPOUND
(Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 19-003 USA AMS 3819
LINT-FREE COTTON CLOTH (Ref. 20-31-00)

C. Expendable Parts

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FIG.ITEM |DESIGNATION |IPC-CSN
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

65 cotter pins 27-14-05 20 -080


82 cotter pin 27-14-05 31A-110
104 cotter pin 27-14-05 31A-110

D. Referenced Information

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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
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20-22-00-400-001 Installation of STA-LOK Nuts and Lockwashers


20-28-00-912-004 Electrical Bonding of Components With Conductive
Bolts and Screws and Bonding Straps in the Fuselage
and in the Wings (this does not include the tanks)-
23-61-41-400-001 Installation of the Static Discharger
27-14-00-710-001 Operational Test of the Aileron and Hydraulic
Actuation
27-50-00-866-009 Retraction of the Flaps on the Ground
29-10-00-863-001 Pressurize the Green Hydraulic System
29-10-00-863-003 Pressurize the Blue Hydraulic System with a Ground
Power Supply
29-10-00-864-001 Depressurize the Green Hydraulic System



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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
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29-10-00-864-003 Depressurize the Blue Hydraulic System


29-14-00-614-001 Depressurization of the Hydraulic Reservoirs
57-51-37-000-005 Removal of the Access Panels 575KB(675KB),
575LB(675LB), 575MB(675MB)
57-51-37-000-007 Removal of the Access Panel 575AT(675AT)
57-51-37-400-005 Installation of the Access Panels 575KB(675KB),
575LB(675LB), 575MB(675MB)
57-51-37-400-007 Installation of the Access Panel 575AT(675AT)
27-14-41-991-001 Fig. 401

**ON A/C 001-003, 051-052,

27-14-41-991-002-A Fig. 402

R **ON A/C 004-049, 053-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


R 401-499, 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

27-14-41-991-002-B Fig. 402A

**ON A/C ALL

27-14-41-991-004 Fig. 403

3. __________
Job Set-up

(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 27-14-41-991-001)

Subtask 27-14-41-941-053

A. Safety Precautions

(1) Make sure that the SAFETY BARRIERS are in position.

(2) Make sure that the WARNING NOTICE to tell persons not to operate the
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Subtask 27-14-41-860-051

B. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE TRAVEL RANGES OF THE FLIGHT CONTROLS ARE
_______
CLEAR. MOVEMENT OF FLIGHT CONTROLS CAN CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONS
AND/OR DAMAGE.

(1) Make sure that the flaps are retracted fully (Ref. TASK 27-50-00-866-
009).

R (2) Make sure that the LOCKING TOOL-FLAP SLAT LEVER,INT. POSITION is on
the flap/slat control lever.

(3) Make sure that the Green and the Blue Hydraulic systems are
depressurized (Ref. TASK 29-10-00-864-001) (Ref. TASK 29-10-00-864-
003).

(4) Make sure that the applicable hydraulic reservoir is depressurized


(Ref. TASK 29-14-00-614-001).

(5) Make sure that the safety collars on the circuit breakers 9CV and
11CV are removed.

R (6) Make sure that the ACCESS PLATFORM 4M (13 FT) is in position below
the applicable zone 575(675).

(7) Make sure that the applicable access panels are removed (Ref. TASK
57-51-37-000-007), (Ref. TASK 57-51-37-000-005):
- for the left wing, panels 575AT, 575MB, 575KB, 575LB, 590AB, 590BB
- for the right wing, panels 675AT, 675MB, 675KB, 675LB, 690AB,
690BB.

Subtask 27-14-41-865-051

C. Make sure that this(these) circuit breaker(s) is(are) open, safetied and
tagged

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PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
49VU FLIGHT CONTROLS/ELAC1/NORM/SPLY 15CE1 B11
105VU FLIGHT CONTROLS/ELAC2/STBY SPLY 16CE2 A02
105VU FLT CTL/ELAC1/STBY SPLY 16CE1 A01
121VU FLIGHT CONTROLS/ELAC2/NORM/SPLY 15CE2 R20



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4. Procedure
_________

(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 27-14-41-991-001)

**ON A/C 001-003, 051-052,

(Ref. Fig. 402/TASK 27-14-41-991-002-A)

R **ON A/C 004-049, 053-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


R 401-499, 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

(Ref. Fig. 402A/TASK 27-14-41-991-002-B)

**ON A/C ALL

CAUTION : BE CAREFUL WHEN YOU DO MAINTENANCE TASKS ON THE WING TRAILING


_______
EDGE:
- DO NOT CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE ELECTRICAL CABLE RACEWAYS.
- DO NOT CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE ELECTRICAL CABLE INSTALLATIONS.
- MAKE SURE THAT THE ELECTRICAL CABLES ARE INSTALLED CORRECTLY.
INCORRECT INSTALLATION CAN CAUSE DAMAGE.

**ON A/C 001-003, 051-052,

Subtask 27-14-41-420-053

A. Preparation for Installation


(Ref. Fig. 402/TASK 27-14-41-991-002-A)

If the aileron is safetied with STA-LOK nuts, do the steps that follow:

(1) Use a MISCELLANEOUS (Material No. 19-003) made moist with CLEANING
AGENTS (Material No. 11-026) to clean:
- the heads of the bolts (30), (45) and (47)
- the nuts (23), (53) and (55)
- the ends of the bonding straps (25), (40) and (49).

(2) Clean the component interfaces and/or the adjacent areas with a
MISCELLANEOUS (Material No. 19-003) made moist with CLEANING AGENTS
(Material No. 11-026).

(3) Make sure that the parts retained from the removed component are
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(4) Lubricate these parts with SPECIAL MATERIALS (Material No. 05-002):
- for hinge No.s 2 and 3, the bushes (18)
- the bushes (26), (41) and (50)
- the hinge pins (19) and (42)
- the flanged bushes (14)
- the pins (15)
- the installed bushes in the attachment brackets.

If the aileron is safetied with ABS 0738 nuts, do the steps that follow:

(5) Use a MISCELLANEOUS (Material No. 19-003) made moist with CLEANING
AGENTS (Material No. 11-026) to clean:
- the heads of the bolts (84), (95) and (97)
- the nuts (75), (106) and (107)
- the ends of the bonding straps (77), (90) and (99).

(6) Clean the component interfaces and/or the adjacent areas with a
MISCELLANEOUS (Material No. 19-003) made moist with CLEANING AGENTS
(Material No. 11-026).

(7) Make sure that the parts retained from the removed component are
clean and in the correct condition.

(8) Lubricate these parts with SPECIAL MATERIALS (Material No. 05-002):
- for hinge No.s 2 and 3, the bushes (70)
- the bushes (78), (91) and (100)
- the hinge pins (71) and (92)
- the flanged bushes (66)
- the pins (67)
- the installed bushes in the attachment brackets.

Subtask 27-14-41-420-051

B. Install the Bushes in the Hinges

If the aileron is safetied with STA-LOK nuts, do the steps that follow:

(1) For the hinge No. 1, install the bush (26).

(2) For the hinge No.s 2 and 3, install the bushes (18) and (26).

(3) For the hinge No.s 4 and 5, install the bushes (41) and (50).

If the aileron is safetied with ABS 0738 nuts, do the steps that follow:

(4) For the hinge No. 1, install the bush (78).


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(5) For the hinge No.s 2 and 3, install the bushes (70) and (78).

(6) For the hinge No.s 4 and 5, install the bushes (91) and (100).

R **ON A/C 004-049, 053-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


R 401-499, 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

Subtask 27-14-41-420-053-A

A. Preparation for Installation


(Ref. Fig. 402A/TASK 27-14-41-991-002-B)

(1) Use a MISCELLANEOUS (Material No. 19-003) made moist with CLEANING
AGENTS (Material No. 11-026) to clean:
- the heads of the bolts (84), (95) and (97)
- the nuts (75), (106) and (107)
- the ends of the bonding straps (77), (90) and (99).

(2) Clean the component interfaces and/or the adjacent areas with a
MISCELLANEOUS (Material No. 19-003) made moist with CLEANING AGENTS
(Material No. 11-026).

(3) Make sure that the parts retained from the removed component are
clean and in the correct condition.

(4) Lubricate these parts with SPECIAL MATERIALS (Material No. 05-002):
- for hinge No.s 2 and 3, the bushes (70)
- the bushes (78), (91) and (100)
- the hinge pins (71) and (92)
- the flanged bushes (66)
- the pins (67)
- the installed bushes in the attachment brackets.

Subtask 27-14-41-420-051-A

B. Install the Bushes in the Hinges

(1) For the hinge No. 1, install the bush (78).

(2) For the hinge No.s 2 and 3, install the bushes (70) and (78).

(3) For the hinge No.s 4 and 5, install the bushes (91) and (100).


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Subtask 27-14-41-560-050

C. Preparation of a Replacement Component

R (1) If the aileron is to be replaced, install the FRAME-LIFTING


R ASSEMBLY,AILERON (98D27104001000):

R (a) Make sure that the side plates on the FRAME-LIFTING


R ASSEMBLY,AILERON are correctly installed.

R (b) Make sure that the adjuster assemblies on the FRAME-LIFTING


R ASSEMBLY,AILERON are as far apart as possible.

R (2) Lift the FRAME-LIFTING ASSEMBLY,AILERON with the crane and put the
R FRAME-LIFTING ASSEMBLY,AILERON around the aileron, at the same
distance from each end.

NOTE : The weight of the aileron and the brackets is 50 kg (110.2311


____
lb).

(3) To lock the lifting frame assembly:

CAUTION : DO NOT TIGHTEN THE ADJUSTER ASSEMBLIES ON THE LIFTING FRAME


_______
TOO MUCH OR YOU WILL DAMAGE THE AILERON.

R (a) Tighten the adjuster assemblies on the FRAME-LIFTING


R ASSEMBLY,AILERON to lock the aileron in position.

**ON A/C 001-003, 051-052,

Subtask 27-14-41-420-052-B

D. Installation of the Aileron

If the aileron is safetied with STA-LOK nuts, do the steps that follow:

(1) Use the crane to put the aileron in position.

(2) For hinge No.s 1, 2 and 3, do the steps that follow:

(a) Install the GUIDE CONE - AILERON (98D27104000001) on the hinge


pin (19). Install the hinge pin (19) with the head outboard.
Remove the GUIDE CONE - AILERON.



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(b) Make sure that the head of the hinge pin (19) is correctly
aligned so that the locking plate (20) can be installed.

(c) Install the STA-LOK nut (27) and the STA-LOK washer (28) as
follows:

R 1
_ Install the STA-LOK nut (27) with the WRENCH - NOTCHED,
R TIGHTENING OF NUTS NSA5454 (SL90-315-5625), (Ref. TASK 20-22-
00-400-001).

2
_ TORQUE the nut (27) to between 4.7 and 5.2 m.daN (34.66 and
38.34 lbf.ft).

3
_ Install the STA-LOK washer (28) with the TOOL - INSTALLATION,
TAB WASHERS STA-LOK NSA5454 (SL90-313-5625), (Ref. TASK 20-22-
00-400-001).

(d) Install the locking plate (20), the bolt (21) and the nut (22).

(e) Install the bonding strap (25), the washers (24) and (29), the
bolt (30) and the nut (23) (Ref. TASK 20-28-00-912-004).

(3) For hinge No.s 4 and 5, do the steps that follow:

(a) Install the GUIDE CONE - AILERON (98D27104000001) on the hinge


pin (42). Install the hinge pin (42) with the head outboard.
Remove the GUIDE CONE - AILERON.

(b) Make sure that the hinge pin (42) is correctly aligned, so that
the locking plate (43) can be installed.

(c) Install the STA-LOK nut (51) and the STA-LOK washer (52) as
follows:

R 1
_ Install the STA-LOK nut (51) with the WRENCH - NOTCHED,
R TIGHTENING OF NUTS NSA5454, (Ref. TASK 20-22-00-400-001).

2
_ TORQUE the nut (51) to between 4.7 and 5.2 m.daN (34.66 and
38.34 lbf.ft).

3
_ Install the STA-LOK washer (52) with the TOOL - INSTALLATION,
TAB WASHERS STA-LOK NSA5454, (Ref. TASK 20-22-00-400-001).

(d) Install the locking plate (43) and the bolt (44).

(e) Install the bonding strap (40), the washers (46) and (56), the
bolt (45) and the nut (55) (Ref. TASK 20-28-00-912-004).



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(4) For hinge No. 5, install the bonding strap (49), the washers (48) and
(54), the bolt (47) and the nut (53) (Ref. TASK 20-28-00-912-004).

(5) Hold the aileron, loosen the adjuster assemblies and remove the
R FRAME-LIFTING ASSEMBLY,AILERON from the aileron.

(6) Install the flanged bush (14) in each actuator attachment bracket.

(7) Apply COMMON GREASE (Material No. 04-022) to the threads of the pins
(15).

NOTE : In the step that follows, make sure that you do not get
____
Material No. 15-007 on the servocontrol spherical bearings.

(8) Apply STORAGE PRESERVATION (Material No. 15-007) to the eye-ends of


the piston rods on the rounded side only.

(9) Align the eye-ends of the actuators No. 1 and No. 2 with the holes in
the actuator attachment brackets. Install the pins (15) with the
heads outboard.

(10) Make sure that the heads of the pins (15) are correctly aligned, so
that the locking plates (16) can be installed.

(11) Install the STA-LOK nuts (12) and the STA-LOK washers (13) as
follows:

(a) Install the STA-LOK nuts (12) with the WRENCH - NOTCHED,
TIGHTENING OF NUTS NSA5454 (SL90-315-7500), (Ref. TASK 20-22-00-
400-001).

(b) TORQUE the nuts (12) to between 7.0 and 8.0 m.daN (51.62 and
58.99 lbf.ft).

(c) Install the STA-LOK washers (13) with the TOOL - INSTALLATION,
TAB WASHERS STA-LOK NSA5454 (SL90-313-7500), (Ref. TASK 20-22-00-
400-001).

(12) Install the locking plates (16), the washers (10), the bolts (17) and
the nuts (11).

NOTE : In the steps that follow, make sure that you do not get
____
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(13) Apply a layer of STORAGE PRESERVATION (Material No. 15-007) to:
- the bolts (17)
- the washers (10)
- the nuts (11)
- the STA-LOK nuts (12)
- the STA-LOK washers (13)
- the pins (15).

(14) For hinge No.s 1, 2 and 3, apply a layer of STORAGE PRESERVATION


(Material No. 15-007) to:
- the hinge pin (19)
- the bolt (21)
- the nut (22)
- the STA-LOK nut (27)
- the STA-LOK washer (28).

(15) For hinge No.s 4 and 5, apply a layer of STORAGE PRESERVATION


(Material No. 15-007) to:
- the hinge pin (42)
- the bolt (44)
- the STA-LOK nut (51)
- the STA-LOK washer (52).

(16) Remove the SUPPORT-AILERON ACTUATOR.

(17) Move the aileron through its travel range and examine for:
- free movement
- the correct installation of the applicable bonding straps (25),
(40) and (49).

(18) For hinge No.s 1, 2 and 3, seal the bonded items that follow
(Ref. TASK 20-28-00-912-004):
- the nut (23)
- the washers (24) and (29)
- the bonding strap (25)
- the bolt (30).

(19) For hinge No.s 4 and 5, seal the bonded items that follow (Ref. TASK
20-28-00-912-004):
- the bolt (45)
- the nut (55)
- the washers (46) and (56)
- the bonding strap (40).


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(20) For hinge No. 5, seal the bonded items that follow (Ref. TASK 20-28-
00-912-004):
- the bolt (47)
- the nut (53)
- the washers (48) and (54)
- the bonding strap (49).

(21) Install the static dischargers (Ref. TASK 23-61-41-400-001).

If the aileron is safetied with ABS 0738 nuts, do the steps that follow:

(22) Use the crane to put the aileron in position.

(23) For hinge No.s 1, 2 and 3, do the steps that follow:

(a) Install the GUIDE CONE - AILERON (98D27104000001) on the hinge


pin (71). Install the hinge pin (71) with the head outboard.
Remove the GUIDE CONE - AILERON.

(b) Make sure that the hinge pin (71) is correctly aligned, so that
the locking plate (72) can be installed.

(c) Install the washer (79) and the nut (80) on the hinge pin (71).

(d) TORQUE the nut (80) to between 4.7 and 5.2 m.daN (34.66 and 38.34
lbf.ft).

(e) Install the locking cap (81) on the nut (80).

(f) Safety the locking cap (81) with the new cotter pin (82).

(g) Install the locking plate (72), the bolt (73) and the nut (74).

(h) Install the bonding strap (77), the washers (76) and (83), the
bolt (84) and the nut (75) (Ref. TASK 20-28-00-912-004).

(24) For hinge No.s 4 and 5, do the steps that follow:

(a) Install the GUIDE CONE - AILERON (98D27104000001) on the hinge


pin (92). Install the hinge pin (92) with the head outboard.
Remove the GUIDE CONE - AILERON.

(b) Make sure that the head of the hinge pin (92) is correctly
aligned, so that the locking plate (93) can be installed.

(c) Install the washer (101) and the nut (102) on the hinge pin (92).


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(d) TORQUE the nut (102) to between 4.7 and 5.2 m.daN (34.66 and
38.34 lbf.ft).

(e) Install the locking cap (103) on the nut (102).

(f) Safety the locking cap (103) with the new cotter pin (104).

(g) Install the locking plate (93) and the bolt (94).

(h) Install the bonding strap (90), the washers (96) and (108), the
bolt (95) and the nut (107) (Ref. TASK 20-28-00-912-004).

(25) For hinge No. 5, install the bonding strap (99), the washers (98) and
(105), the bolt (97) and the nut (106) (Ref. TASK 20-28-00-912-004).

(26) Hold the aileron, loosen the adjuster assemblies and remove the
R FRAME-LIFTING ASSEMBLY,AILERON from the aileron.

(27) Install the flanged bush (66) in each actuator attachment bracket.

(28) Apply COMMON GREASE (Material No. 04-022) to the threads of the pins
(67).

NOTE : In the step that follows, make sure that you do not get
____
Material No. 15-007 on the servocontrol spherical bearings.

(29) Apply STORAGE PRESERVATION (Material No. 15-007) to the eye-ends of


the piston rods on the rounded side only.

(30) Align the eye-ends of the actuators No. 1 and No. 2 with the holes in
the actuator attachment brackets. Install the pins (67) with the
heads outboard.

(31) Make sure that the heads of the pins (67) are correctly aligned, so
that the locking plates (68) can be installed.

(32) Install the washers (62) and the nuts (63) on the pins (67).

(33) TORQUE the nuts (63) to between to between 7.5 and 8.0 m.daN (55.30
and 58.99 lbf.ft).

(34) Install the locking caps (64) on the nuts (63).

(35) Safety the locking caps (64) with the new cotter pins (65).



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(36) Install the locking plates (68), the washers (60), the bolts (69) and
the nuts (61).

NOTE : In the steps that follow, make sure that you do not get
____
Material No. 15-007 on the servocontrol spherical bearings.

(37) Apply a layer of STORAGE PRESERVATION (Material No. 15-007) to:


- the bolts (69)
- the washers (60) and (62)
- the nuts (61) and (63)
- the locking caps (64)
- the cotter pins (65)
- the pins (67).

(38) For hinge No.s 1, 2 and 3, apply a layer of STORAGE PRESERVATION


(Material No. 15-007) to:
- the hinge pin (71)
- the bolt (73)
- the nuts (74) and (80)
- the washer (79)
- the locking cap (81)
- the cotter pin (82).

(39) For hinge No.s 4 and 5, apply a layer of STORAGE PRESERVATION


(Material No. 15-007) to:
- the hinge pin (92)
- the bolt (94)
- the washer (101)
- the nut (102)
- the locking cap (103)
- the cotter pin (104).

(40) Remove the SUPPORT-AILERON ACTUATOR.

(41) Move the aileron through its travel range and examine for:
- free movement
- the correct installation of the applicable bonding straps (77),
(90) and (99).

(42) For hinge No.s 1, 2 and 3, seal the bonded items that follow
(Ref. TASK 20-28-00-912-004):
- the bolt (84)
- the nut (75)
- the washers (76) and (83)
- the bonding strap (77).


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(43) For hinge No.s 4 and 5, seal the bonded items that follow (Ref. TASK
20-28-00-912-004):
- the bolt (95)
- the nut (107)
- the washers (96) and (108)
- the bonding strap (90).

(44) For hinge No. 5, seal the bonded items that follow (Ref. TASK 20-28-
00-912-004):
- the bolt (97)
- the nut (106)
- the washers (98) and (105)
- the bonding strap (99).

(45) Install the static dischargers (Ref. TASK 23-61-41-400-001).

R **ON A/C 004-049, 053-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


R 401-499, 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

Subtask 27-14-41-420-052-C

D. Installation of the Aileron

(1) Use the crane to put the aileron in position.

(2) For hinge No.s 1, 2 and 3, do the steps that follow:

(a) Install the GUIDE CONE - AILERON (98D27104000001) on the hinge


pin (71). Install the hinge pin (71) with the head outboard.
Remove the GUIDE CONE - AILERON.

(b) Make sure that the hinge pin (71) is correctly aligned, so that
the locking plate (72) can be installed.

(c) Install the washer (79) and the nut (80) on the hinge pin (71).

(d) TORQUE the nut (80) to between 4.7 and 5.2 m.daN (34.66 and 38.34
lbf.ft).

(e) Install the locking cap (81) on the nut (80).

(f) Safety the locking cap (81) with the new cotter pin (82).

(g) Install the locking plate (72), the bolt (73) and the nut (74).

(h) Install the bonding strap (77), the washers (76) and (83), the
bolt (84) and the nut (75) (Ref. TASK 20-28-00-912-004).


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(3) For hinge No.s 4 and 5, do the steps that follow:

(a) Install the GUIDE CONE - AILERON (98D27104000001) on the hinge


pin (92). Install the hinge pin (92) with the head outboard.
Remove the GUIDE CONE - AILERON.

(b) Make sure that the head of the hinge pin (92) is correctly
aligned, so that the locking plate (93) can be installed.

(c) Install the washer (101) and the nut (102) on the hinge pin (92).

(d) TORQUE the nut (102) to between 4.7 and 5.2 m.daN (34.66 and
38.34 lbf.ft).

(e) Install the locking cap (103) on the nut (102).

(f) Safety the locking cap (103) with the new cotter pin (104).

(g) Install the locking plate (93) and the bolt (94).

(h) Install the bonding strap (90), the washers (96) and (108), the
bolt (95) and the nut (107) (Ref. TASK 20-28-00-912-004).

(4) For hinge No. 5, install the bonding strap (99), the washers (98) and
(105), the bolt (97) and the nut (106) (Ref. TASK 20-28-00-912-004).

(5) Hold the aileron, loosen the adjuster assemblies and remove the
FRAME-LIFTING ASSEMBLY,AILERON from the aileron.

(6) Install the flanged bush (66) in each actuator attachment bracket.

(7) Apply COMMON GREASE (Material No. 04-022) to the threads of the pins
(67).

NOTE : In the step that follows, make sure that you do not get
____
Material No. 15-007 on the servocontrol spherical bearings.

(8) Apply STORAGE PRESERVATION (Material No. 15-007) to the eye-ends of


the piston rods on the rounded side only.

(9) Align the eye-ends of the actuators No. 1 and No. 2 with the holes in
the actuator attachment brackets. Install the pins (67) with the
heads outboard.

(10) Make sure that the heads of the pins (67) are correctly aligned, so
that the locking plates (68) can be installed.


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(11) Install the washers (62) and the nuts (63) on the pins (67).

(12) TORQUE the nuts (63) to between to between 7.5 and 8.0 m.daN (55.30
and 58.99 lbf.ft).

(13) Install the locking caps (64) on the nuts (63).

(14) Safety the locking caps (64) with the new cotter pins (65).

(15) Install the locking plates (68), the washers (60), the bolts (69) and
the nuts (61).

NOTE : In the steps that follow, make sure that you do not get
____
Material No. 15-007 on the servocontrol spherical bearings.

(16) Apply a layer of STORAGE PRESERVATION (Material No. 15-007) to:


- the bolts (69)
- the washers (60) and (62)
- the nuts (61) and (63)
- the locking caps (64)
- the cotter pins (65)
- the pins (67).

(17) For hinge No.s 1, 2 and 3, apply a layer of STORAGE PRESERVATION


(Material No. 15-007) to:
- the hinge pin (71)
- the bolt (73)
- the nuts (74) and (80)
- the washer (79)
- the locking cap (81)
- the cotter pin (82).

(18) For hinge No.s 4 and 5, apply a layer of STORAGE PRESERVATION


(Material No. 15-007) to:
- the hinge pin (92)
- the bolt (94)
- the washer (101)
- the nut (102)
- the locking cap (103)
- the cotter pin (104).

(19) Remove the SUPPORT-AILERON ACTUATOR.

(20) Move the aileron through its travel range and examine for:
- free movement
- the correct installation of the applicable bonding straps (77),
(90) and (99).


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(21) For hinge No.s 1, 2 and 3, seal the bonded items that follow
(Ref. TASK 20-28-00-912-004):
- the bolt (84)
- the nut (75)
- the washers (76) and (83)
- the bonding strap (77).

(22) For hinge No.s 4 and 5, seal the bonded items that follow (Ref. TASK
20-28-00-912-004):
- the bolt (95)
- the nut (107)
- the washers (96) and (108)
- the bonding strap (90).

(23) For hinge No. 5, seal the bonded items that follow (Ref. TASK 20-28-
00-912-004):
- the bolt (97)
- the nut (106)
- the washers (98) and (105)
- the bonding strap (99).

(24) Install the static dischargers (Ref. TASK 23-61-41-400-001).

**ON A/C ALL

Subtask 27-14-41-410-050

E. Close Access

(1) Make sure that the work area is clean and clear of tool(s) and other
items.

R (2) Install the applicable access panels (Ref. TASK 57-51-37-400-007),


R (Ref. TASK 57-51-37-400-005):

- for the left wing, install 575AT, 575MB, 575KB, 575LB, 590AB, 590BB
- for the right wing, install 675AT, 675MB, 675KB, 675LB, 690AB,
690BB.

Subtask 27-14-41-820-051

F. Adjustment of the Aileron Upper and Lower Seals


(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 27-14-41-991-001, 403/TASK 27-14-41-991-004)

R (1) Manually align the aileron with the trailing edge structure (to its
R neutral position).



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R (2) Make sure that the dimensions W and Z are between 0.0 mm (0.0000 in.)
R and 0.5 mm (0.0196 in.). If necessary, adjust the seals (2), (4) and
R (6) then tighten the screws (1) and (5).

(3) Loosen the screws (3) on the applicable panels 575AT(675AT),


575KB(675KB), 575LB(675LB) or 575MB(675MB) to let you move the seals
(4).

(4) Position the seals (4) so that the dimension Y is 18 mm (0.7086 in.)
R + 0 mm (0.0000 in.) - 2 mm (0.0787 in.). Make sure that the dimension
R X is between 0.0 mm (0.0000 in.) and 0.5 mm (0.0196 in.). If
R necessary, adjust the seals (4) to get the two dimensions, then
R TORQUE tighten the screws (3) to between 0.11 and 0.13 m.daN (9.73
R and 11.50 lbf.in).

NOTE : Make sure that the seals are not above a level between the
____
upper surface of the access panels and the aileron.

R (5) Manually push the aileron up as far as possible. Make sure that the
R lower panel seals do not go below the leading edge of the aileron
hinge/actuator points.

(6) Slowly move the aileron to its neutral position and monitor the
seals. Make sure that they do not catch the leading edge of the
aileron hinge/actuator points.

R (7) Manually push the aileron down as far as possible. Make sure that the
R upper panel seal 575AT(675AT) and the fixed panel seal do not catch
R the aileron upper surface.

(8) Move the aileron to its neutral position and monitor the upper seals.
Make sure that they do not catch the aileron hinge/actuator points.

(9) If the seals catch the aileron, loosen the applicable screws (3).
R Adjust the seal(s) at the point where they catch and TORQUE tighten
R the screws (3) to between 0.11 and 0.13 m.daN (9.73 and 11.50
lbf.in).

(10) Do the steps (3) thru (8) again.



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Subtask 27-14-41-863-050

G. Pressurize the Hydraulic Systems

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE CONTROLS AGREE WITH THE POSITION OF THE
_______
ITEMS THEY OPERATE BEFORE YOU PRESSURIZE A HYDRAULIC SYSTEM.

(1) Pressurize the Green hydraulic system


(Ref. TASK 29-10-00-863-001).

(2) Pressurize the Blue hydraulic system


(Ref. TASK 29-10-00-863-003).

Subtask 27-14-41-865-052

H. Remove the safety clip(s) and the tag(s) and close this(these) circuit
breaker(s):
15CE1, 15CE2, 16CE1, 16CE2.

Subtask 27-14-41-710-050

J. Operational Test

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE TRAVEL RANGES OF THE FLIGHT CONTROLS ARE
_______
CLEAR. MOVEMENT OF FLIGHT CONTROLS CAN CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONS
AND/OR DAMAGE.

(1) Do an operational test on the ailerons (Ref. TASK 27-14-00-710-001).


During the operational test, make sure that the ailerons move
correctly.

(2) Install the safety collar on the circuit breakers 9CV and 11CV.

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 27-14-41-942-050

A. Removal of Equipment

R (1) Remove the SAFETY BARRIERS.

(2) Remove the warning notice(s).

(3) Remove the access platform(s).

(4) Remove the ground support and maintenance equipment, the special and
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AILERON - INSPECTION/CHECK
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TASK 27-14-41-200-001

Inspection/Check of the Aileron

WARNING : PUT THE SAFETY DEVICES AND THE WARNING NOTICES IN POSITION BEFORE YOU
_______
START A TASK ON OR NEAR:
- THE FLIGHT CONTROLS
- THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES
- THE LANDING GEAR AND THE RELATED DOORS
- COMPONENTS THAT MOVE.

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE GROUND SAFETY-LOCKS ARE IN POSITION ON THE LANDING
_______
GEAR.

CAUTION : BE CAREFUL WHEN YOU DO MAINTENANCE TASKS ON THE WING TRAILING EDGE:
_______
- DO NOT CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE ELECTRICAL CABLE RACEWAYS.
- DO NOT CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE ELECTRICAL CABLE INSTALLATIONS.
- MAKE SURE THAT THE ELECTRICAL CABLES ARE INSTALLED CORRECTLY.
INCORRECT INSTALLATION CAN CAUSE DAMAGE.

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Because the free movement is more than the limits.

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
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No specific safety barriers


No specific warning notice



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B. Expendable Parts

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FIG.ITEM |DESIGNATION |IPC-CSN
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2 bush 27-14-05 31A-170A


4 flanged bush 27-14-05 21 -150
6 flanged bush 27-14-05 21 -150
8 flanged bush 27-14-05 21 -150
11 bush 27-14-05 31A-170A

C. Referenced Information

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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
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27-14-41-000-001 Removal of the Aileron


27-14-41-400-001 Installation of the Aileron

**ON A/C 001-003, 051-052,

27-14-41-991-003 Fig. 601

R **ON A/C 004-049, 053-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


R 401-499, 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

27-14-41-991-003-A Fig. 601A

**ON A/C ALL

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 27-14-41-941-054

A. Safety Precautions

(1) Put the safety barriers in position.

(2) Put a warning notice in position to tell persons not to operate the
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B. Get Access

(1) Remove the applicable aileron (Ref. TASK 27-14-41-000-001).

4. Procedure
_________

**ON A/C 001-003, 051-052,

(Ref. Fig. 601/TASK 27-14-41-991-003)

R **ON A/C 004-049, 053-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


R 401-499, 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

(Ref. Fig. 601A/TASK 27-14-41-991-003-A)

**ON A/C ALL

CAUTION : BE CAREFUL WHEN YOU DO MAINTENANCE TASKS ON THE WING TRAILING


_______
EDGE:
- DO NOT CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE ELECTRICAL CABLE RACEWAYS.
- DO NOT CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE ELECTRICAL CABLE INSTALLATIONS.
- MAKE SURE THAT THE ELECTRICAL CABLES ARE INSTALLED CORRECTLY.
INCORRECT INSTALLATION CAN CAUSE DAMAGE.

Subtask 27-14-41-220-051

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Figure 601A/TASK 27-14-41-991-003-A


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| FIG. | ORIGINAL MANUFACTURING LIMITS | IN-SERVICE WEAR LIMITS |
| DETAIL |---------------------------------------|----------------------------|
| AND | DIMENSION | ASSEMBLY CLEARANCE| DIMENSION LIMITS | MAX. |
| ITEM | MM (IN.) | MM (IN.) | MM (IN.) | ALLOW. |
| NO. |-------------------|-------------------|---------|---------| CLEAR. |
| | MIN. | MAX. | MIN. | MAX. | MIN. | MAX. |MM (IN.)|
|--------|---------|---------|---------|---------|---------|---------|--------|
| View B | 15.841 | 15.859 | | | 15.807 | | |
| OD 5 |(0.6236) |(0.6243) | | |(0.6223) | | |
| | | | 0.016 | 0.052 | | | 0.120 |
| | | | (0.0006)| (0.0020)| | |(0.0047)|
| View B | 15.875 | 15.893 | | | | 15.927 | |
| ID 2 |(0.6250) |(0.6257) | | | |(0.6270) | |
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Subtask 27-14-41-220-052

B. Dimensions of the Aileron

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| FIG. | ORIGINAL MANUFACTURING LIMITS | IN-SERVICE WEAR LIMITS |
| DETAIL |---------------------------------------|----------------------------|
| AND | DIMENSION | ASSEMBLY CLEARANCE| DIMENSION LIMITS | MAX. |
| ITEM | MM (IN.) | MM (IN.) | MM (IN.) | ALLOW. |
| NO. |-------------------|-------------------|---------|---------| CLEAR. |
| | MIN. | MAX. | MIN. | MAX. | MIN. | MAX. |MM (IN.)|
|--------|---------|---------|---------|---------|---------|---------|--------|
| View B | 19.030 | 19.043 | | | 19.006 | | |
| OD 2 |(0.7492) |(0.7497) | | |(0.7482) | | |
| | | | 0.007 | 0.041 | | | 0.089 |
| | | | (0.0002)| (0.0016)| | |(0.0035)|
| View B | 19.050 | 19.071 | | | | 19.095 | |
| ID 3 |(0.7500) |(0.7508) | | | |(0.7517) | |
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| FIG. | ORIGINAL MANUFACTURING LIMITS | IN-SERVICE WEAR LIMITS |
| DETAIL |---------------------------------------|----------------------------|
| AND | DIMENSION | ASSEMBLY CLEARANCE| DIMENSION LIMITS | MAX. |
| ITEM | MM (IN.) | MM (IN.) | MM (IN.) | ALLOW. |
| NO. |-------------------|-------------------|---------|---------| CLEAR. |
| | MIN. | MAX. | MIN. | MAX. | MIN. | MAX. |MM (IN.)|
|--------|---------|---------|---------|---------|---------|---------|--------|
| View B | 15.841 | 15.859 | | | 15.806 | | |
| OD 5 |(0.6236) |(0.6243) | | |(0.6222) | | |
| | | | 0.016 | 0.054 | | | 0.124 |
| | | | (0.0006)| (0.0021)| | |(0.0048)|
| View B | 15.875 | 15.895 | | | | 15.930 | |
| ID 4 |(0.6250) |(0.6257) | | | |(0.6271) | |
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Subtask 27-14-41-220-054

D. Dimensions of the Aileron

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| FIG. | ORIGINAL MANUFACTURING LIMITS | IN-SERVICE WEAR LIMITS |
| DETAIL |---------------------------------------|----------------------------|
| AND | DIMENSION | ASSEMBLY CLEARANCE| DIMENSION LIMITS | MAX. |
| ITEM | MM (IN.) | MM (IN.) | MM (IN.) | ALLOW. |
| NO. |-------------------|-------------------|---------|---------| CLEAR. |
| | MIN. | MAX. | MIN. | MAX. | MIN. | MAX. |MM (IN.)|
|--------|---------|---------|---------|---------|---------|---------|--------|
| View B | 15.841 | 15.859 | | | 15.822 | | |
| OD 5 |(0.6236) |(0.6243) | | |(0.6229) | | |
| | | | 0.003 | 0.034 | | | 0.072 |
| | | | (0.0001)| (0.0013)| | |(0.0028)|
| View B | 15.862 | 15.875 | | | | 15.894 | |
| ID 1 |(0.6244) |(0.6250) | | | |(0.6257) | |
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| FIG. | ORIGINAL MANUFACTURING LIMITS | IN-SERVICE WEAR LIMITS |
| DETAIL |---------------------------------------|----------------------------|
| AND | DIMENSION | ASSEMBLY CLEARANCE| DIMENSION LIMITS | MAX. |
| ITEM | MM (IN.) | MM (IN.) | MM (IN.) | ALLOW. |
| NO. |-------------------|-------------------|---------|---------| CLEAR. |
| | MIN. | MAX. | MIN. | MAX. | MIN. | MAX. |MM (IN.)|
|--------|---------|---------|---------|---------|---------|---------|--------|
| View C | 22.184 | 22.205 | | | 22.143 | | |
| OD 7 |(0.8733) |(0.8742) | | |(0.8717) | | |
| | | | 0.020 | 0.062 | | | 0.144 |
| | | | (0.0007)| (0.0024)| | |(0.0056)|
| View C | 22.225 | 22.246 | | | | 22.287 | |
| ID 8 |(0.8750) |(0.8758) | | | |(0.8774) | |
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Subtask 27-14-41-220-056

F. Dimensions of the Aileron

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| FIG. | ORIGINAL MANUFACTURING LIMITS | IN-SERVICE WEAR LIMITS |
| DETAIL |---------------------------------------|----------------------------|
| AND | DIMENSION | ASSEMBLY CLEARANCE| DIMENSION LIMITS | MAX. |
| ITEM | MM (IN.) | MM (IN.) | MM (IN.) | ALLOW. |
| NO. |-------------------|-------------------|---------|---------| CLEAR. |
| | MIN. | MAX. | MIN. | MAX. | MIN. | MAX. |MM (IN.)|
|--------|---------|---------|---------|---------|---------|---------|--------|
| View C | 22.184 | 22.205 | | | 22.160 | | |
| OD 7 |(0.8733) |(0.8742) | | |(0.8724) | | |
| | | | 0.007 | 0.041 | | | 0.089 |
| | | | (0.0002)| (0.0016)| | |(0.0035)|
| View C | 22.212 | 22.225 | | | | 22.249 | |
| ID 9 |(0.8744) |(0.8750) | | | |(0.8759) | |
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| FIG. | ORIGINAL MANUFACTURING LIMITS | IN-SERVICE WEAR LIMITS |
| DETAIL |---------------------------------------|----------------------------|
| AND | DIMENSION | ASSEMBLY CLEARANCE| DIMENSION LIMITS | MAX. |
| ITEM | MM (IN.) | MM (IN.) | MM (IN.) | ALLOW. |
| NO. |-------------------|-------------------|---------|---------| CLEAR. |
| | MIN. | MAX. | MIN. | MAX. | MIN. | MAX. |MM (IN.)|
|--------|---------|---------|---------|---------|---------|---------|--------|
| View C | 22.184 | 22.205 | | | 22.143 | | |
| OD 7 |(0.8733) |(0.8742) | | |(0.8717) | | |
| | | | 0.020 | 0.062 | | | 0.144 |
| | | | (0.0007)| (0.0024)| | |(0.0056)|
| View C | 22.225 | 22.246 | | | | 22.287 | |
| ID 6 |(0.8750) |(0.8758) | | | |(0.8774) | |
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Subtask 27-14-41-220-058

H. Dimensions of the Aileron

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| FIG. | ORIGINAL MANUFACTURING LIMITS | IN-SERVICE WEAR LIMITS |
| DETAIL |---------------------------------------|----------------------------|
| AND | DIMENSION | ASSEMBLY CLEARANCE| DIMENSION LIMITS | MAX. |
| ITEM | MM (IN.) | MM (IN.) | MM (IN.) | ALLOW. |
| NO. |-------------------|-------------------|---------|---------| CLEAR. |
| | MIN. | MAX. | MIN. | MAX. | MIN. | MAX. |MM (IN.)|
|--------|---------|---------|---------|---------|---------|---------|--------|
| View C | 26.968 | 26.981 | | | 26.944 | | |
| OD 6 |(1.0617) |(1.0622) | | |(1.0607) | | |
| | | | 0.007 | 0.040 | | | 0.088 |
| | | | (0.0002)| (0.0015)| | |(0.0034)|
| View C | 26.988 | 27.008 | | | | 27.032 | |
| ID 10 |(1.0625) |(1.0633) | | | |(1.0642) | |
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Subtask 27-14-41-220-059

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| FIG. | ORIGINAL MANUFACTURING LIMITS | IN-SERVICE WEAR LIMITS |
| DETAIL |---------------------------------------|----------------------------|
| AND | DIMENSION | ASSEMBLY CLEARANCE| DIMENSION LIMITS | MAX. |
| ITEM | MM (IN.) | MM (IN.) | MM (IN.) | ALLOW. |
| NO. |-------------------|-------------------|---------|---------| CLEAR. |
| | MIN. | MAX. | MIN. | MAX. | MIN. | MAX. |MM (IN.)|
|--------|---------|---------|---------|---------|---------|---------|--------|
| View D | 15.841 | 15.859 | | | 15.807 | | |
| OD 14 |(0.6236) |(0.6243) | | |(0.6223) | | |
| | | | 0.016 | 0.052 | | | 0.120 |
| | | | (0.0006)| (0.0020)| | |(0.0047)|
| View D | 15.875 | 15.893 | | | | 15.927 | |
| ID 11 |(0.6250) |(0.6257) | | | |(0.6270) | |
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Subtask 27-14-41-220-060

K. Dimensions of the Aileron

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| FIG. | ORIGINAL MANUFACTURING LIMITS | IN-SERVICE WEAR LIMITS |
| DETAIL |---------------------------------------|----------------------------|
| AND | DIMENSION | ASSEMBLY CLEARANCE| DIMENSION LIMITS | MAX. |
| ITEM | MM (IN.) | MM (IN.) | MM (IN.) | ALLOW. |
| NO. |-------------------|-------------------|---------|---------| CLEAR. |
| | MIN. | MAX. | MIN. | MAX. | MIN. | MAX. |MM (IN.)|
|--------|---------|---------|---------|---------|---------|---------|--------|
| View D | 19.030 | 19.043 | | | 19.006 | | |
| OD 11 |(0.7492) |(0.7497) | | |(0.7482) | | |
| | | | 0.007 | 0.041 | | | 0.089 |
| | | | (0.0002)| (0.0016)| | |(0.0035)|
| View D | 19.050 | 19.071 | | | | 19.095 | |
| ID 13 |(0.7500) |(0.7508) | | | |(0.7517) | |
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Subtask 27-14-41-220-061

L. Dimensions of the Aileron



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| FIG. | ORIGINAL MANUFACTURING LIMITS | IN-SERVICE WEAR LIMITS |
| DETAIL |---------------------------------------|----------------------------|
| AND | DIMENSION | ASSEMBLY CLEARANCE| DIMENSION LIMITS | MAX. |
| ITEM | MM (IN.) | MM (IN.) | MM (IN.) | ALLOW. |
| NO. |-------------------|-------------------|---------|---------| CLEAR. |
| | MIN. | MAX. | MIN. | MAX. | MIN. | MAX. |MM (IN.)|
|--------|---------|---------|---------|---------|---------|---------|--------|
| View D | 15.841 | 15.859 | | | 15.822 | | |
| OD 14 |(0.6236) |(0.6243) | | |(0.6229) | | |
| | | | 0.003 | 0.034 | | | 0.072 |
| | | | (0.0001)| (0.0013)| | |(0.0028)|
| View D | 15.862 | 15.875 | | | | 15.894 | |
| ID 12 |(0.6244) |(0.6250) | | | |(0.6257) | |
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Subtask 27-14-41-020-056

M. Replacement of Unserviceable Items

(1) If you find unserviceable items, replace the applicable item(s) as


follows:

(a) For View B:


- install a new bush (2)
- install a new flanged bush (4).

(b) For View C:


- install a new flanged bush (6)
- install a new flanged bush (8).

(c) For View D:


- install a new bush (11).

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 27-14-41-410-051

A. Close Access

(1) Make sure that the work area is clean and clear of tool(s) and other
items.

(2) Install the applicable aileron (Ref. TASK 27-14-41-400-001).



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Subtask 27-14-41-942-051

B. Removal of Equipment

(1) Remove the safety barriers.

(2) Remove the warning notice(s).

(3) Remove the ground support and maintenance equipment, the special and
standard tools and all other items.



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CHECK VALVE (1626GM,1627GM) - REMOVAL/INSTALLATION
__________________________________________________

TASK 27-14-42-000-001

Removal of the Check Valve 1626GM(1627GM)

WARNING : PUT THE SAFETY DEVICES AND THE WARNING NOTICES IN POSITION BEFORE YOU
_______
START A TASK ON OR NEAR:
- THE FLIGHT CONTROLS
- THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES
- THE LANDING GEAR AND THE RELATED DOORS
- COMPONENTS THAT MOVE.

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE GROUND SAFETY-LOCKS ARE IN POSITION ON THE LANDING
_______
GEAR.

CAUTION : BE CAREFUL WHEN YOU DO MAINTENANCE TASKS ON THE WING TRAILING EDGE:
_______
- DO NOT CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE ELECTRICAL CABLE RACEWAYS.
- DO NOT CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE ELECTRICAL CABLE INSTALLATIONS.
- MAKE SURE THAT THE ELECTRICAL CABLES ARE INSTALLED CORRECTLY.
INCORRECT INSTALLATION CAN CAUSE DAMAGE.

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

No specific circuit breaker(s) safety clip(s)


No specific safety barriers
No specific warning notice
No specific 1l container
98D27604000000 1 COLLAR-SAFETY, SPOILER
R 98D27803000000 1 LOCKING TOOL-FLAP SLAT LEVER,INT. POSITION



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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
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27-50-00-866-008 Extension of the Flaps on the Ground


27-60-00-866-002 Extension-Retraction of the Spoilers for Maintenance
29-10-00-864-001 Depressurize the Green Hydraulic System
29-14-00-614-001 Depressurization of the Hydraulic Reservoirs
29-23-00-860-001 Disconnection of the Isolation Coupling of the Power
Transfer Unit (PTU)
57-51-37-000-004 Removal of the Access Panels
575AB/575BB/575CB/575DB/575EB/575FB/575GB/575HB
(675AB/675BB/675CB/675DB/675EB/675FB/675GB/675HB)
27-14-42-991-001 Fig. 401
27-14-42-991-002 Fig. 402

3. __________
Job Set-up

(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 27-14-42-991-001, 402/TASK 27-14-42-991-002)

Subtask 27-14-42-941-054

A. Safety Precautions

(1) Put the safety barriers in position

(2) Put a warning notice on the ground service connection of the Green
hydraulic system to tell persons not to pressurize it.

(3) Put a warning notice in the cockpit to tell persons not to operate
the flight control system.

Subtask 27-14-42-860-051

B. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) Extend the flaps fully (Ref. TASK 27-50-00-866-008).

R (2) Install the LOCKING TOOL-FLAP SLAT LEVER,INT. POSITION


R (98D27803000000) on the flap/slat control lever.

(3) Disconnect the isolation coupling of the Power Transfer Unit (PTU)
(Ref. TASK 29-23-00-860-001).



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Figure 401/TASK 27-14-42-991-001



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Figure 402/TASK 27-14-42-991-002



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(4) Depressurize the applicable hydraulic system.

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE TRAVEL RANGES OF THE FLIGHT CONTROL
_______
SURFACES ARE CLEAR BEFORE YOU PRESSURIZE/DEPRESSURIZE A
HYDRAULIC SYSTEM.

(a) Depressurize the Green hydraulic system (Ref. TASK 29-10-00-864-


001).

(b) Depressurize the Green hydraulic system reservoir (Ref. TASK 29-
14-00-614-001).

Subtask 27-14-42-865-050

R C. Open, safety and tag this(these) circuit breaker(s):

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PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
49VU FLIGHT CONTROLS/FLP/CTL AND MONG/SYS1 6CV B07
49VU HYD/FIRE VALVE/G/ENG1 1703GK C13
121VU FLIGHT CONTROLS/FLP/CTL AND/MONG/SYS2 8CV Q21
121VU HYDRAULIC/G HYD/PUMP ENG1/CTL 1701GK R35
121VU HYDRAULIC/G HYD/PUMP ENG1/MONG 1702GK R34

Subtask 27-14-42-010-050

D. Get Access

(1) Put the access platform in position:


- FOR 1626GM
below zone 580
- FOR 1627GM
below zone 680.

(2) If necessary, remove the access panel(s) (Ref. TASK 57-51-37-000-


004):
- FOR 1626GM
remove 575FB
- FOR 1627GM
remove 675BB.

(3) Extend the applicable spoilers (Ref. TASK 27-60-00-866-002).

(4) Put the COLLAR-SAFETY, SPOILER on the piston rod of the


servo-control.



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4. Procedure
_________

(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 27-14-42-991-001, 402/TASK 27-14-42-991-002)

R CAUTION : BE CAREFUL WHEN YOU DO MAINTENANCE TASKS ON THE WING TRAILING


_______
R EDGE:
R - DO NOT CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE ELECTRICAL CABLE RACEWAYS.
R - DO NOT CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE ELECTRICAL CABLE INSTALLATIONS.
R - MAKE SURE THAT THE ELECTRICAL CABLES ARE INSTALLED CORRECTLY.
R INCORRECT INSTALLATION CAN CAUSE DAMAGE.

Subtask 27-14-42-020-050

A. Removal of the Check Valve

WARNING : OBEY THE HYDRAULIC SAFETY PROCEDURES.


_______

(1) Put a 1l container for hydraulic fluid below the check valve (3).

(2) Disconnect the coupling nuts (1) and (3) and remove the check valve
(2). If necessary, remove the clamp block adjacent to the check valve
(2).

(3) Put blanking caps on the disconnected line ends.



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TASK 27-14-42-400-001

Installation of the Check Valve 1626GM(1627GM)

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE FLIGHT CONTROL SAFETY-LOCKS AND THE WARNING
_______
NOTICES ARE IN POSITION.

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE GROUND SAFETY-LOCKS ARE IN POSITION ON THE LANDING
_______
GEAR.

CAUTION : BE CAREFUL WHEN YOU DO MAINTENANCE TASKS ON THE WING TRAILING EDGE:
_______
- DO NOT CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE ELECTRICAL CABLE RACEWAYS.
- DO NOT CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE ELECTRICAL CABLE INSTALLATIONS.
- MAKE SURE THAT THE ELECTRICAL CABLES ARE INSTALLED CORRECTLY.
INCORRECT INSTALLATION CAN CAUSE DAMAGE.

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

No specific circuit breaker(s) safety clip(s)


No specific safety barriers
No specific warning notice
98D27604000000 1 COLLAR-SAFETY, SPOILER

B. Consumable Materials

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Material No. 02-003 F NSA 307110 TYPE 4


R NO LONGER AVAILABLE (Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 11-004 USA MIL-T-81533
1.1.1TRICHLOROETHANE (METHYL CHLOROFORM)
(Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 19-003 USA AMS 3819
LINT-FREE COTTON CLOTH (Ref. 20-31-00)



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C. Referenced Information

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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

12-12-29-611-001 Fill the Hydraulic Fluid Reservoir with a Hand Pump


12-12-29-611-002 Fill the Hydraulic Fluid Reservoir with a Hydraulic
Service Cart
27-50-00-866-008 Extension of the Flaps on the Ground
27-50-00-866-009 Retraction of the Flaps on the Ground
27-60-00-866-002 Extension-Retraction of the Spoilers for Maintenance
27-64-00-710-001 Operational Test of the Spoiler Hydraulic Actuation
29-10-00-864-001 Depressurize the Green Hydraulic System
29-14-00-614-001 Depressurization of the Hydraulic Reservoirs
29-14-00-614-002 Pressurization of the Hydraulic Reservoirs through
the Ground Connector
29-23-00-860-001 Disconnection of the Isolation Coupling of the Power
Transfer Unit (PTU)
29-23-00-860-002 Connection of the Isolation Coupling of the Power
Transfer Unit (PTU)
57-51-37-000-004 Removal of the Access Panels
575AB/575BB/575CB/575DB/575EB/575FB/575GB/575HB
(675AB/675BB/675CB/675DB/675EB/675FB/675GB/675HB)
57-51-37-400-004 Installation of the Access Panels
575AB/575BB/575CB/575DB/575EB/575FB/575GB/ 575HB
(675AB/675BB/675CB/675DB/675EB/675FB/675GB/675HB)
27-14-42-991-001 Fig. 401
27-14-42-991-002 Fig. 402

3. __________
Job Set-up

(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 27-14-42-991-001)

Subtask 27-14-42-941-055

A. Safety Precautions

(1) Make sure that the safety barriers are in position.

(2) Make sure that the warning notice is in position to tell persons not
to pressurize the Green hydraulic system.

(3) Make sure that the warning notice is in position to tell persons not
to operate the flight control system.



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Subtask 27-14-42-860-053

B. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) Make sure that the flaps are fully extended (Ref. TASK 27-50-00-866-
008).

R (2) Make sure that the LOCKING TOOL-FLAP SLAT LEVER,INT. POSITION
R (98D27803000000) is on the flap/slat control lever.

(3) Make sure that the isolation coupling of the Power Transfer Unit
(PTU) is disconnected (Ref. TASK 29-23-00-860-001).

(4) Make sure that the Green hydraulic system is depressurized (Ref. TASK
29-10-00-864-001).

(5) Make sure that the Green hydraulic system reservoir is depressurized
(Ref. TASK 29-14-00-614-001).

(6) Make sure that the access platform is in position:


- FOR 1626GM
below zone 580
- FOR 1627GM
below zone 680.

(7) Make sure that the access panel(s) are removed (Ref. TASK 57-51-37-
000-004):
- for the left wing, panel 575FB
- for the right wing, panel 675FB.

(8) Make sure that the applicable spoilers are extended (Ref. TASK 27-60-
00-866-002).

(9) Make sure that the COLLAR-SAFETY, SPOILER is on the piston rod of the
servo-control.



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C. Make sure that this(these) circuit breaker(s) is(are) open, safetied and
tagged

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
R 49VU FLIGHT CONTROLS/FLP/CTL AND MONG/SYS1 6CV B07
49VU HYD/FIRE VALVE/G/ENG1 1703GK C13
121VU FLIGHT CONTROLS/FLP/CTL AND/MONG/SYS2 8CV Q21
121VU HYDRAULIC/G HYD/PUMP ENG1/CTL 1701GK R35
121VU HYDRAULIC/G HYD/PUMP ENG1/MONG 1702GK R34

4. Procedure
_________

(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 27-14-42-991-001, 402/TASK 27-14-42-991-002)

R CAUTION : BE CAREFUL WHEN YOU DO MAINTENANCE TASKS ON THE WING TRAILING


_______
R EDGE:
R - DO NOT CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE ELECTRICAL CABLE RACEWAYS.
R - DO NOT CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE ELECTRICAL CABLE INSTALLATIONS.
R - MAKE SURE THAT THE ELECTRICAL CABLES ARE INSTALLED CORRECTLY.
R INCORRECT INSTALLATION CAN CAUSE DAMAGE.

Subtask 27-14-42-420-051

A. Preparation for Installation

WARNING : USE SOLVENTS/CLEANING AGENTS, SEALANTS AND OTHER SPECIAL


_______
MATERIALS ONLY WITH A GOOD SUPPLY OF AIR.
OBEY THE MANUFACTURERS INSTRUCTIONS.
PUT ON PROTECTIVE CLOTHING.
DO NOT GET THEM IN YOUR MOUTH.
DO NOT SMOKE.
DO NOT BREATHE THE GAS.
THESE MATERIALS ARE POISONOUS, FLAMMABLE AND SKIN IRRITANT.
GET MEDICAL HELP IF YOUR SKIN OR EYES BECOME IRRITATED.

(1) Clean the component interface and/or the adjacent area with a
MISCELLANEOUS (Material No. 19-003) made moist with CLEANING AGENTS
(Material No. 11-004).

(2) Make sure that the parts retained from the removed component are
clean and in the correct condition.

(3) Do an inspection of the component interface and/or the adjacent area.



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Subtask 27-14-42-420-050

B. Installation of the Check Valve

(1) Remove the blanking caps from the line ends.

(2) Apply HYDRAULIC FLUIDS (Material No. 02-003) to the threads on the
check valve (2) and the coupling nuts (1) and (3).

(3) Install the check valve (2) and tighten the coupling nuts (1) and
(3). If removed, install the clamp block adjacent to the check valve
(2).

(4) Remove the container for the hydraulic fluid from below the check
valve (2).

Subtask 27-14-42-860-052

C. Aircraft Configuration

(1) Remove the COLLAR-SAFETY, SPOILER on the piston rod of the


servo-control.

(2) Retract the spoilers (Ref. TASK 27-60-00-866-002).

(3) On the servo-control, make sure that the pointer on the hex-head is
opposite the letter O (Operation) on the housing.

Subtask 27-14-42-865-052

D. Remove the safety clip(s) and the tag(s) and close this(these) circuit
breaker(s):
1701GK, 1702GK, 1703GK.

Subtask 27-14-42-611-050

E. Fill the Hydraulic Reservoir

(1) Fill the Green hydraulic reservoir (Ref. TASK 12-12-29-611-001) or


(Ref. TASK 12-12-29-611-002).



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Subtask 27-14-42-860-054

F. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) Pressurize the Green hydraulic system reservoir (Ref. TASK 29-14-00-
614-002).

(2) Connect the isolation coupling of the Power Transfer Unit (PTU)
(Ref. TASK 29-23-00-860-002).

Subtask 27-14-42-865-053

G. Remove the safety clip(s) and the tag(s) and close this(these) circuit
breaker(s):
21CE1, 21CE2, 21CE3, 22CE.

Subtask 27-14-42-710-050

H. Test

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE TRAVEL RANGES OF THE FLIGHT CONTROLS ARE
_______
CLEAR. MOVEMENT OF FLIGHT CONTROLS CAN CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONS
AND/OR DAMAGE.

(1) Extend and retract the spoilers five times (Ref. TASK 27-64-00-710-
001) to bleed the Green hydraulic system.

(2) Do an operational test of the spoilers (Ref. TASK 27-64-00-710-001).

(3) Make sure that there are no leaks from the check valve (2) or the
coupling nuts (1) and (3).

Subtask 27-14-42-865-054

J. Open, safety and tag this(these) circuit breaker(s):

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
49VU FLIGHT CONTROLS/SEC1/NORM/SPLY 21CE1 B08
R 105VU FLT CTL/SEC1/STBY SPLY 22CE B01
R
121VU FLIGHT CONTROLS/SEC3/SPLY 21CE3 Q19
121VU FLIGHT CONTROLS/SEC2/SPLY 21CE2 Q18



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5. Close-up
________

Subtask 27-14-42-410-050

A. Close Access

(1) Make sure that the work area is clean and clear of tool(s) and other
items.

(2) If removed, install the access panel(s) (Ref. TASK 57-51-37-400-004):


- FOR 1626GM
install 575FB
- FOR 1627GM
install 675BB.

Subtask 27-14-42-865-055

B. Remove the safety clip(s) and the tag(s) and close this(these) circuit
breaker(s):
6CV, 8CV, 21CE1, 21CE2, 21CE3, 22CE.

Subtask 27-14-42-860-055

C. Aircraft Configuration

R (1) Remove the LOCKING TOOL-FLAP SLAT LEVER,INT. POSITION from the
flap/slat control lever.

(2) Retract the flaps fully (Ref. TASK 27-50-00-866-009).

Subtask 27-14-42-942-054

D. Removal of Equipment

(1) Remove the safety barriers.

(2) Remove the warning notice(s).

(3) Remove the ground support and maintenance equipment, the special and
standard tools and all other items.



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SERVO CONTROL - AILERON (33CE1,33CE2,33CE3,33CE4) - REMOVAL/INSTALLATION
________________________________________________________________________

TASK 27-14-51-000-001

Removal of the Aileron Servo Control

WARNING : PUT THE SAFETY DEVICES AND THE WARNING NOTICES IN POSITION BEFORE YOU
_______
START A TASK ON OR NEAR:
- THE FLIGHT CONTROLS
- THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES
- THE LANDING GEAR AND THE RELATED DOORS
- COMPONENTS THAT MOVE.

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE GROUND SAFETY-LOCKS ARE IN POSITION ON THE LANDING
_______
GEAR.

CAUTION : BE CAREFUL WHEN YOU DO MAINTENANCE TASKS ON THE WING TRAILING EDGE:
_______
- DO NOT CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE ELECTRICAL CABLE RACEWAYS.
- DO NOT CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE ELECTRICAL CABLE INSTALLATIONS.
- MAKE SURE THAT THE ELECTRICAL CABLES ARE INSTALLED CORRECTLY.
INCORRECT INSTALLATION CAN CAUSE DAMAGE.

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

No specific blanking caps


No specific circuit breaker(s) safety clip(s)
No specific safety barriers
No specific 1 ACCESS PLATFORM 4M (13 FT)
No specific AR CAP - BLANKING
No specific AR PLUG - BLANKING
No specific AR WARNING NOTICE
SL90-314-7500 1 TOOL - EXTRACTION, TAB WASHERS STA-LOK NSA5454
SL90-315-7500 1 WRENCH - NOTCHED, TIGHTENING OF NUTS NSA5454



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B. Referenced Information

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

20-22-00-000-001 Removal of STA-LOK Nuts and Lockwashers


29-00-00-910-002 Safety Procedures of the Hydraulic System
29-10-00-864-001 Depressurize the Green Hydraulic System
29-10-00-864-003 Depressurize the Blue Hydraulic System
29-14-00-614-001 Depressurization of the Hydraulic Reservoirs
29-23-00-860-001 Disconnection of the Isolation Coupling of the Power
Transfer Unit (PTU)
57-51-37-000-005 Removal of the Access Panels 575KB(675KB),
575LB(675LB), 575MB(675MB)
57-51-37-000-007 Removal of the Access Panel 575AT(675AT)

**ON A/C 001-003, 051-052,

27-14-51-991-001 Fig. 401

R **ON A/C 004-049, 053-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


R 401-499, 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

27-14-51-991-001-A Fig. 401A

**ON A/C 001-003, 051-052,

27-14-51-991-002 Fig. 402

R **ON A/C 004-049, 053-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


R 401-499, 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

27-14-51-991-002-A Fig. 402A

**ON A/C ALL

3. __________
Job Set-up

**ON A/C 001-003, 051-052,

(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 27-14-51-991-001)



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R **ON A/C 004-049, 053-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,
R 401-499, 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

(Ref. Fig. 401A/TASK 27-14-51-991-001-A)

**ON A/C 001-003, 051-052,

(Ref. Fig. 402/TASK 27-14-51-991-002)

R **ON A/C 004-049, 053-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


R 401-499, 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

(Ref. Fig. 402A/TASK 27-14-51-991-002-A)

**ON A/C ALL

Subtask 27-14-51-941-050

A. Safety Precautions

(1) Put the safety barriers in position.

(2) Put a WARNING NOTICE in the cockpit to tell persons not to pressurize
the Green and Blue hydraulic systems.

(3) Put a WARNING NOTICE in position to tell persons not to operate the
flight controls.

(4) Obey the hydraulic safety procedures (Ref. TASK 29-00-00-910-002)

Subtask 27-14-51-860-054

B. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

WARNING : OBEY THE HYDRAULIC SAFETY PROCEDURES.


_______

(1) Disconnect the isolation coupling of the Power Transfer Unit (PTU)
(Ref. TASK 29-23-00-860-001).

(2) Make sure that the Blue and the Green Hydraulic systems are
depressurized (Ref. TASK 29-10-00-864-003) (Ref. TASK 29-10-00-864-
001).

(3) Depressurize the applicable reservoirs (Ref. TASK 29-14-00-614-001).



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Aileron Servocontrols 33CE1(33CE2) - Green Hydraulic System
Figure 401/TASK 27-14-51-991-001- 12 (SHEET 1)


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Aileron Servocontrols 33CE1(33CE2) - Green Hydraulic System
Figure 401/TASK 27-14-51-991-001- 22 (SHEET 2)


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Aileron Servocontrols 33CE1(33CE2) - Green Hydraulic System
Figure 401A/TASK 27-14-51-991-001-A


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INTENTIONALLY BLANK


R



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Aileron Servocontrols 33CE3(33CE4) - Blue Hydraulic System
Figure 402/TASK 27-14-51-991-002- 12 (SHEET 1)


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Aileron Servocontrols 33CE3(33CE4) - Blue Hydraulic System
Figure 402/TASK 27-14-51-991-002- 22 (SHEET 2)


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Aileron Servocontrols 33CE3(33CE4) - Blue Hydraulic System
Figure 402A/TASK 27-14-51-991-002-A


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201-249, 251-299, 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
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Subtask 27-14-51-865-050

C. Open, safety and tag this(these) circuit breaker(s):

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
49VU FLIGHT CONTROLS/ELAC1/NORM/SPLY 15CE1 B11
105VU FLIGHT CONTROLS/ELAC2/STBY SPLY 16CE2 A02
105VU FLT CTL/ELAC1/STBY SPLY 16CE1 A01
121VU FLIGHT CONTROLS/ELAC2/NORM/SPLY 15CE2 R20

Subtask 27-14-51-010-050

D. Get Access

(1) Put the ACCESS PLATFORM 4M (13 FT) in position below the applicable
zone 575(675).

(2) Remove the applicable access panels (Ref. TASK 57-51-37-000-007)


(Ref. TASK 57-51-37-000-005):
- FOR 33CE1, 33CE3
remove 575AT, 575KB, 590AB
- FOR 33CE2, 33CE4
remove 675AT, 675KB, 690AB.

4. Procedure
_________

**ON A/C 001-003, 051-052,

(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 27-14-51-991-001)

R **ON A/C 004-049, 053-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


R 401-499, 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

(Ref. Fig. 401A/TASK 27-14-51-991-001-A)

**ON A/C 001-003, 051-052,

(Ref. Fig. 402/TASK 27-14-51-991-002)

R **ON A/C 004-049, 053-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


R 401-499, 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

(Ref. Fig. 402A/TASK 27-14-51-991-002-A)



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**ON A/C ALL

CAUTION : BE CAREFUL WHEN YOU DO MAINTENANCE TASKS ON THE WING TRAILING


_______
EDGE:
- DO NOT CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE ELECTRICAL CABLE RACEWAYS.
- DO NOT CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE ELECTRICAL CABLE INSTALLATIONS.
- MAKE SURE THAT THE ELECTRICAL CABLES ARE INSTALLED CORRECTLY.
INCORRECT INSTALLATION CAN CAUSE DAMAGE.

**ON A/C 001-003, 051-052,

Subtask 27-14-51-020-062

A. Removal of the Aileron Servo Control (ASC)

If the aileron servo control is safetied with STA-LOK nuts, do the steps that
follow:

(1) Manually put and hold the aileron in the fully-up position.

(2) Disconnect the electrical connector (11).

R (3) Put blanking caps on the disconnected electrical connector(s).

(4) Remove and discard the lockwire from the bolts (10).

(5) Remove the bolts (10), the washers (9) and the clamp blocks (7).

(6) For 33CE1(33CE2), do the steps that follow:

(a) At the pipe brackets near to the inboard and outboard sides of
the ASC:

1
_ Remove the nuts (28), the bolts (24) and the washers (25).

2
_ Disassemble and remove the tubes (26) and the clamp blocks
(27).

(b) Disconnect and remove the return pipe (12) and the pressure pipe
(20).

(c) Put a PLUG - BLANKING or a CAP - BLANKING on the ASC hydraulic


connections and the disconnected line ends.



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(d) At the aileron jack-bracket:

1
_ Remove the nut (3), the washer (2) and the bolt (1).

2
_ Remove the locking plate (22).

(e) At the rear-spar jack-bracket:

1
_ Remove the nut (15), the washer (16) and the bolt (17).

2
_ Remove the locking plate (18).

(7) For 33CE3(33CE4), do the steps that follow:

(a) At the pipe brackets near to the inboard and outboard sides of
the ASC:

1
_ Remove the nuts (26), the bolts (23) and the washers (24).

2
_ Disassemble and remove the clamp blocks (25).

(b) Disconnect and remove the return pipe (12) and the pressure pipe
(19).

R (c) Put a PLUG - BLANKING or a CAP - BLANKING caps on the ASC


R hydraulic connections and the disconnected line ends.

(d) At the aileron jack-bracket:

1
_ Remove the nut (3), the washer (2) and the bolt (1).

2
_ Remove the locking plate (21).

(e) At the rear-spar jack-bracket:

1
_ Remove the nut (16).

2
_ Remove the locking plate (17) from the stud (15).

(8) Remove the STA-LOK nuts (5) and (14) as follows (Ref. TASK 20-22-00-
000-001):

(a) Remove the STA-LOK washers (4) and (13) with the TOOL -
EXTRACTION, TAB WASHERS STA-LOK NSA5454 (SL90-314-7500).

R (b) Remove the STA-LOK nuts (5) and (14) with the WRENCH - NOTCHED,
R TIGHTENING OF NUTS NSA5454 (SL90-315-7500).



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If the aileron servo control is safetied with ABS 0738 nuts, do the steps that
follow:

(9) Manually put and hold the aileron in the fully-up position.

(10) Disconnect the electrical connector (13).

R (11) Put blanking caps on the disconnected electrical connector(s).

(12) Remove and discard the lockwire from the bolts (12).

(13) Remove the bolts (12), the washers (11) and the clamp blocks (9).

(14) For 33CE1(33CE2), do the steps that follow:

(a) At the pipe brackets near to the inboard and outboard sides of
the ASC:

1
_ Remove the nuts (32), the bolts (28) and the washers (29).

2
_ Disassemble and remove the tubes (30) and the clamp blocks
(31).

(b) Disconnect and remove the return pipe (14) and the pressure pipe
(24).

(c) Put a PLUG - BLANKING or a CAP - BLANKING on the ASC hydraulic


connections and the disconnected line ends.

(d) At the aileron jack-bracket:

1
_ Remove the nut (3), the washer (2) and the bolt (1).

2
_ Remove the locking plate (26).

(e) At the rear-spar jack-bracket:

1
_ Remove the nut (19), the washer (20) and the bolt (21).

2
_ Remove the locking plate (22).

(15) For 33CE3(33CE4), do the steps that follow:

(a) At the pipe brackets near to the inboard and outboard sides of
the ASC:

1
_ Remove the nuts (30), the bolts (27) and the washers (28).



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2
_ Disassemble and remove the clamp blocks (29).

(b) Disconnect and remove the return pipe (14) and the pressure pipe
(23).

R (c) Put a PLUG - BLANKING or a CAP - BLANKING on the ASC hydraulic


R connections and the disconnected line ends.

(d) At the aileron jack-bracket:

1
_ Remove the nut (3), the washer (2) and the bolt (1).

2
_ Remove the locking plate (25).

(e) At the rear-spar jack-bracket:

1
_ Remove the nut (20).

2
_ Remove the locking plate (21) from the stud (19).

(16) Remove and discard the cotter pins (4) and (15) from the locking caps
(5) and (16).

(17) Remove the locking caps (5) and (16), the nuts (6) and (17) and the
washers (7) and (18).

Subtask 27-14-51-020-050

R B. Complete the Removal of the Aileron Servo-Control (ASC)

If the aileron servo control is safetied with STA-LOK nuts, do the steps that
follow:

(1) To decrease the length of the piston rod:

(a) For 33CE1(33CE2), manually move the aileron to the down position.

(b) Hold the ASC (21) (7.4 kg (16.3142 lb)) and remove the pin (23).

(c) Manually move the aileron to the fully up position.

(d) Safety the aileron in this position if the other ASC is not
installed, and remove the pin (19).

(e) Remove the ASC (21) from the aircraft.

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(g) Hold the ASC (20) (7.4 kg (16.3142 lb)) and remove the pin (22).

(h) Manually move the aileron to the fully up position.

(i) Safety the aileron in this position if the other ASC is not
installed, and remove the pin (18).

(j) Remove the ASC (20) from the aircraft.

R (2) Remove the flanged bush (6) from each aileron jack-bracket.

R (3) Remove the flanged bush (8) from each rear-spar jack-bracket.

R (4) Install these parts on the removed ASC:


- the clamp blocks (7)
- the washers (9)
- the bolts (10).

NOTE : The clamp blocks (7), the washers (9) and the bolts (10) must
____
stay with the removed ASC.

If the aileron servo control is safetied with ABS 0738 nuts, do the steps that
follow:

R (5) To decrease the length of the piston rod:

(a) For 33CE1(33CE2), manually move the aileron to the down position.

(b) Hold the ASC (25) (7.4 kg (16.3142 lb)) and remove the pin (27).

(c) Manually move the aileron to the fully up position.

(d) Safety the aileron in this position if the other ASC is not
installed, and remove the pin (23).

(e) Remove the ASC (25) from the aircraft.

(f) For 33CE3(33CE4), manually move the aileron to the down position.

(g) Hold the ASC (24) (7.4 kg (16.3142 lb)) and remove the pin (26).

(h) Manually move the aileron to the fully up position.

(i) Safety the aileron in this position if the other ASC is not
installed, and remove the pin (22).

(j) Remove the ASC (24) from the aircraft.



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(6) Remove the flanged bush (8) from each aileron jack-bracket.

(7) Remove the flanged bush (10) from each rear-spar jack-bracket.

(8) Install these parts on the removed ASC:


- the clamp blocks (9)
- the washers (11)
- the bolts (12).

NOTE : The clamp blocks (9), the washers (11) and the bolts (12) must
____
stay with the removed ASC.

R **ON A/C 004-049, 053-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


R 401-499, 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

Subtask 27-14-51-020-062-A

A. Removal of the Aileron Servo Control (ASC)

(1) Manually put and hold the aileron in the fully-up position.

(2) Disconnect the electrical connector (13).

R (3) Put blanking caps on the disconnected electrical connector(s).

(4) Remove and discard the lockwire from the bolts (12).

(5) Remove the bolts (12), the washers (11) and the clamp blocks (9).

(6) For 33CE1(33CE2), do the steps that follow:

(a) At the pipe brackets near to the inboard and outboard sides of
the ASC:

1
_ Remove the nuts (32), the bolts (28) and the washers (29).

2
_ Disassemble and remove the tubes (30) and the clamp blocks
(31).

(b) Disconnect and remove the return pipe (14) and the pressure pipe
(24).

(c) Put a PLUG - BLANKING or a CAP - BLANKING on the ASC hydraulic


connections and the disconnected line ends.


R

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(d) At the aileron jack-bracket:

1
_ Remove the nut (3), the washer (2) and the bolt (1).

2
_ Remove the locking plate (26).

(e) At the rear-spar jack-bracket:

1
_ Remove the nut (19), the washer (20) and the bolt (21).

2
_ Remove the locking plate (22).

(7) For 33CE3(33CE4), do the steps that follow:

(a) At the pipe brackets near to the inboard and outboard sides of
the ASC:

1
_ Remove the nuts (30), the bolts (27) and the washers (28).

2
_ Disassemble and remove the clamp blocks (29).

(b) Disconnect and remove the return pipe (14) and the pressure pipe
(23).

(c) Put a PLUG - BLANKING or a CAP - BLANKING on the ASC hydraulic


connections and the disconnected line ends.

(d) At the aileron jack-bracket:

1
_ Remove the nut (3), the washer (2) and the bolt (1).

2
_ Remove the locking plate (25).

(e) At the rear-spar jack-bracket:

1
_ Remove the nut (20).

2
_ Remove the locking plate (21) from the stud (19).

(8) Remove and discard the cotter pins (4) and (15) from the locking caps
(5) and (16).

(9) Remove the locking caps (5) and (16), the nuts (6) and (17) and the
washers (7) and (18).


R

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Subtask 27-14-51-020-050-A

B. Complete the Removal of the Aileron Servo-Control (ASC)

(1) To decrease the length of the piston rod:

(a) For 33CE1(33CE2), manually move the aileron to the down position.

(b) Hold the ASC (25) (7.4 kg (16.3142 lb)) and remove the pin (27).

(c) Manually move the aileron to the fully up position.

(d) Safety the aileron in this position if the other ASC is not
installed, and remove the pin (23).

(e) Remove the ASC (25) from the aircraft.

(f) For 33CE3(33CE4), manually move the aileron to the down position.

(g) Hold the ASC (24) (7.4 kg (16.3142 lb)) and remove the pin (26).

(h) Manually move the aileron to the fully up position.

(i) Safety the aileron in this position if the other ASC is not
installed, and remove the pin (22).

(j) Remove the ASC (24) from the aircraft.

(2) Remove the flanged bush (8) from each aileron jack-bracket.

(3) Remove the flanged bush (10) from each rear-spar jack-bracket.

(4) Install these parts on the removed ASC:


- the clamp blocks (9)
- the washers (11)
- the bolts (12).

NOTE : The clamp blocks (9), the washers (11) and the bolts (12) must
____
stay with the removed ASC.


R

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**ON A/C ALL

TASK 27-14-51-400-001

Installation of the Aileron Servo Control

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE FLIGHT CONTROL SAFETY-LOCKS AND THE WARNING
_______
NOTICES ARE IN POSITION.

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE GROUND SAFETY-LOCKS ARE IN POSITION ON THE LANDING
_______
GEAR.

CAUTION : BE CAREFUL WHEN YOU DO MAINTENANCE TASKS ON THE WING TRAILING EDGE:
_______
- DO NOT CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE ELECTRICAL CABLE RACEWAYS.
- DO NOT CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE ELECTRICAL CABLE INSTALLATIONS.
- MAKE SURE THAT THE ELECTRICAL CABLES ARE INSTALLED CORRECTLY.
INCORRECT INSTALLATION CAN CAUSE DAMAGE.

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

No specific 1 ACCESS PLATFORM 4M (13 FT)


No specific AR SAFETY BARRIER
No specific AR WARNING NOTICE
No specific Torque Wrench : range 0.00 to 1.20 m.daN
(0.00 to 9.00 lbf.ft)
R No specific Torque Wrench : range 0.70 to 10.00 m.daN
R (5.00 to 75.00 lbf.ft)
SL90-313-7500 1 TOOL - INSTALLATION, TAB WASHERS STA-LOK NSA5454
SL90-315-7500 1 WRENCH - NOTCHED, TIGHTENING OF NUTS NSA5454



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B. Consumable Materials

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Material No. 02-003 F NSA 307110 TYPE 4


R NO LONGER AVAILABLE (Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 04-022 USA MIL-PRF-81322
SYNTHE.HYDROCARBON GREASE HIGH PRESSURE
(Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 05-002 USA MIL-PRF-8116
PUTTY, ZINC CHROMATE GENERAL PURPOSE (Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 11-026 GB DEF-STAN 68-148/1
SOLVENT GENERAL PURPOSE (Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 15-007 AIB TN 10138 TYPE II GRADE 1
CORROSION PREVENTIVE TEMPORARY PROTECTIVE COMPOUND
(Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 15-008 AIB TN 10138 TYPE II GRADE 2
CORROSION PREVENTIVE TEMPORARY PROTECTIVE COMPOUND
(Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 19-003 USA AMS 3819
LINT-FREE COTTON CLOTH (Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 19-010 USA AMS 5687
LOCKWIRE STAINLESS STEEL ANNEALED 0.8MM DIA
(Ref. 20-31-00)

C. Expendable Parts

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
FIG.ITEM |DESIGNATION |IPC-CSN
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

4 cotter pin 27-14-05 20 -080


4 cotter pin 27-14-05 21 -090
15 cotter pin 27-14-05 20 -080
15 cotter pin 27-14-05 21 -090



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D. Referenced Information

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

20-22-00-400-001 Installation of STA-LOK Nuts and Lockwashers


24-41-00-861-002 Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the
External Power
27-14-00-710-001 Operational Test of the Aileron and Hydraulic
Actuation
27-14-00-820-001 Adjustment of the Aileron
29-10-00-863-001 Pressurize the Green Hydraulic System
29-10-00-863-003 Pressurize the Blue Hydraulic System with a Ground
Power Supply
29-10-00-864-001 Depressurize the Green Hydraulic System
29-10-00-864-003 Depressurize the Blue Hydraulic System
29-14-00-614-001 Depressurization of the Hydraulic Reservoirs
29-23-00-860-001 Disconnection of the Isolation Coupling of the Power
Transfer Unit (PTU)
57-51-37-000-005 Removal of the Access Panels 575KB(675KB),
575LB(675LB), 575MB(675MB)
57-51-37-000-007 Removal of the Access Panel 575AT(675AT)
57-51-37-400-005 Installation of the Access Panels 575KB(675KB),
575LB(675LB), 575MB(675MB)
57-51-37-400-007 Installation of the Access Panel 575AT(675AT)

**ON A/C 001-003, 051-052,

27-14-51-991-001 Fig. 401

R **ON A/C 004-049, 053-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


R 401-499, 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

27-14-51-991-001-A Fig. 401A

**ON A/C 001-003, 051-052,

27-14-51-991-002 Fig. 402

R **ON A/C 004-049, 053-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


R 401-499, 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

27-14-51-991-002-A Fig. 402A


FOR FIN 33CE2, 33CE4



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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
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29-23-00-860-002 Connection of the Isolation Coupling of the Power


Transfer Unit (PTU)

**ON A/C ALL

3. __________
Job Set-up

**ON A/C 001-003, 051-052,

(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 27-14-51-991-001)

R **ON A/C 004-049, 053-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


R 401-499, 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

(Ref. Fig. 401A/TASK 27-14-51-991-001-A)

**ON A/C 001-003, 051-052,

(Ref. Fig. 402/TASK 27-14-51-991-002)

R **ON A/C 004-049, 053-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


R 401-499, 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

(Ref. Fig. 402A/TASK 27-14-51-991-002-A)

**ON A/C ALL

Subtask 27-14-51-941-067

A. Safety Precautions

(1) Make sure that the SAFETY BARRIERS are in position.

(2) Make sure that there is a WARNING NOTICE in the cockpit to tell
persons not to pressurize the Green and Blue Hydraulic systems.

(3) Make sure that the WARNING NOTICE is in position to tell persons not
to operate the flight controls.



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Subtask 27-14-51-860-050

B. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) Make sure that the isolation coupling of the Power Transfer Unit
(PTU) is disconnected (Ref. TASK 29-23-00-860-001).

(2) Make sure that the Blue and the Green Hydraulic systems are
depressurized (Ref. TASK 29-10-00-864-003) (Ref. TASK 29-10-00-864-
001).

(3) Make sure that the applicable reservoirs are depressurized (Ref. TASK
29-14-00-614-001).

R (4) Make sure that the ACCESS PLATFORM 4M (13 FT) is in position below
the applicable zone 575(675).

R (5) Make sure that the applicable access panels are removed (Ref. TASK
R 57-51-37-000-007) (Ref. TASK 57-51-37-000-005):
- FOR 33CE1, 33CE3
panels 575AT, 575KB, 590AB
- FOR 33CE2, 33CE4
panels 675AT, 675KB, 690AB.

Subtask 27-14-51-865-051

C. Make sure that this(these) circuit breaker(s) is(are) open, safetied and
tagged

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
49VU FLIGHT CONTROLS/ELAC1/NORM/SPLY 15CE1 B11
105VU FLIGHT CONTROLS/ELAC2/STBY SPLY 16CE2 A02
105VU FLT CTL/ELAC1/STBY SPLY 16CE1 A01
121VU FLIGHT CONTROLS/ELAC2/NORM/SPLY 15CE2 R20

4. Procedure
_________

**ON A/C 001-003, 051-052,

(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 27-14-51-991-001)



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R **ON A/C 004-049, 053-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,
R 401-499, 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

(Ref. Fig. 401A/TASK 27-14-51-991-001-A)

**ON A/C 001-003, 051-052,

(Ref. Fig. 402/TASK 27-14-51-991-002)

R **ON A/C 004-049, 053-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


R 401-499, 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

(Ref. Fig. 402A/TASK 27-14-51-991-002-A)

**ON A/C ALL

CAUTION : BE CAREFUL WHEN YOU DO MAINTENANCE TASKS ON THE WING TRAILING


_______
EDGE:
- DO NOT CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE ELECTRICAL CABLE RACEWAYS.
- DO NOT CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE ELECTRICAL CABLE INSTALLATIONS.
- MAKE SURE THAT THE ELECTRICAL CABLES ARE INSTALLED CORRECTLY.
INCORRECT INSTALLATION CAN CAUSE DAMAGE.

**ON A/C 001-003, 051-052,

Subtask 27-14-51-420-059

A. Preparation for Installation

If the aileron servo control is safetied with STA-LOK nuts, do the steps that
follow:

(1) Clean the component interface and/or the adjacent area with a
MISCELLANEOUS (Material No. 19-003) made moist with CLEANING AGENTS
(Material No. 11-026):
- for 33CE1(33CE2), the pins (19) and (23)
- for 33CE3(33CE4), the pins (18) and (22)
- the flanged bushes (6) and (8)
- the interfaces of the aileron and rear-spar jack-brackets.

(2) Make sure that the parts retained from the removed component are
clean and in the correct condition.

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(4) Make sure that the hydraulic line end-fittings are serviceable.

(5) Lubricate these parts with SPECIAL MATERIALS (Material No. 05-002):
- for 33CE1(33CE2), the pins (19) and (23)
- for 33CE3(33CE4), the pins (18) and (22)
- the flanged bushes (6) and (8)
- the installed bushes in the outboard-flanges of the aileron and
rear-spar jack-brackets.

If the aileron servo control is safetied with ABS 0738 nuts, do the steps that
follow:

(6) Clean the component interface and/or the adjacent area with a
MISCELLANEOUS (Material No. 19-003) made moist with CLEANING AGENTS
(Material No. 11-026):
- for 33CE1(33CE2), the pins (23) and (27)
- for 33CE3(33CE4), the pins (22) and (26)
- the flanged bushes (8) and (10)
- the interfaces of the aileron and rear-spar jack-brackets.

(7) Make sure that the parts retained from the removed component are
clean and in the correct condition.

(8) Do an inspection of the component interface and/or the adjacent area.

(9) Make sure that the hydraulic line end-fittings are serviceable.

(10) Lubricate these parts with SPECIAL MATERIALS (Material No. 05-002):
- for 33CE1(33CE2), the pins (23) and (27)
- for 33CE3(33CE4), the pins (22) and (26)
- the flanged bushes (8) and (10)
- the installed bushes in the outboard-flanges of the aileron and
rear-spar jack-brackets.

Subtask 27-14-51-420-050

B. Installation of the Aileron Servo Control (ASC)

If the aileron servo control is safetied with STA-LOK nuts, do the steps that
follow:

(1) Install the flanged bush (6) into the inboard-flange of each aileron
jack-bracket.

(2) Install the flanged bush (8) into the inboard-flange of each
rear-spar jack-bracket.



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R (3) Apply a layer of STORAGE PRESERVATION (Material No. 15-007) to the
eye-ends of the piston rods on the rounded sides only.

NOTE : Do not get Material 15-007 on the Servocontrol Spherical


____
Bearings.

R (4) For 33CE1(33CE2), install the ASC (21):

(a) Hold the ASC (7.4 kg (16.3142 lb)) in a horizontal position.

(b) Align the body eye-end with the bushes in the flanges of the
rear-spar jack-bracket.

(c) Install the pin (19).

(d) Manually move the aileron to the down position. Do this until the
piston-rod eye-end and the bushes of the aileron jack-bracket are
aligned.

(e) Install the pin (23).

R (5) For 33CE3(33CE4), install the ASC (20):

(a) Hold the ASC (7.4 kg (16.3142 lb)) in a horizontal position.

(b) Align the body eye-end with the bushes in the flanges of the
rear-spar jack-bracket.

(c) Install the pin (18).

(d) Manually move the aileron to the down position. Do this until the
piston-rod eye-end and the bushes of the aileron jack-bracket are
aligned.

(e) Install the pin (22).

R (6) For easier access to the installed ASC manually, put and hold the
aileron in the fully-up position.

R (7) Apply COMMON GREASE (Material No. 04-022) to the threads of the pins:
- for 33CE1(33CE2), the pins (19) and (23)
- for 33CE3(33CE4), the pins (18) and (22).

If the aileron servo control is safetied with ABS 0738 nuts, do the steps that
follow:
R



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R (8) Install the flanged bush (8) into the inboard-flange of each aileron
R jack-bracket.

R (9) Install the flanged bush (10) into the inboard-flange of each
R rear-spar jack-bracket.

R (10) Apply a layer of STORAGE PRESERVATION (Material No. 15-007) to the


eye-ends of the piston rods on the rounded sides only.

NOTE : Do not get Material 15-007 on the Servocontrol Spherical


____
Bearings.

R (11) For 33CE1(33CE2), install the ASC (25):

(a) Hold the ASC (7.4 kg (16.3142 lb)) in a horizontal position.

(b) Align the body eye-end with the bushes in the flanges of the
rear-spar jack-bracket.

(c) Install the pin (23).

(d) Manually move the aileron to the down position. Do this until the
piston-rod eye-end and the bushes of the aileron jack-bracket are
aligned.

(e) Install the pin (27).

R (12) For 33CE3(33CE4), install the ASC (24):

(a) Hold the ASC (7.4 kg (16.3142 lb)) in a horizontal position.

(b) Align the body eye-end with the bushes in the flanges of the
rear-spar jack-bracket.

(c) Install the pin (22).

(d) Manually move the aileron to the down position. Do this until the
piston-rod eye-end and the bushes of the aileron jack-bracket are
aligned.

(e) Install the pin (26).

R (13) For easier access to the installed ASC manually, put and hold the
aileron in the fully-up position.



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R (14) Apply COMMON GREASE (Material No. 04-022) to the threads of the pins:
- for 33CE1(33CE2), the pins (23) and (27)
- for 33CE3(33CE4), the pins (22) and (26).

Subtask 27-14-51-420-058

C. Complete the Installation of the Aileron Servo Control (ASC)

If the aileron servo control is safetied with STA-LOK nuts, do the steps that
follow:

(1) Install the STA-LOK nuts (5) and (14) and the STA-LOK washers (4) and
(13) as follows (Ref. TASK 20-22-00-400-001):

R (a) Install the STA-LOK nuts (5) and (14) with the WRENCH - NOTCHED,
R TIGHTENING OF NUTS NSA5454 (SL90-315-7500).

(b) TORQUE the nuts (5) and (14) to between 7.0 and 8.0 m.daN (51.62
and 58.99 lbf.ft).

(c) Install the STA-LOK washers (4) and (13) with the TOOL -
INSTALLATION, TAB WASHERS STA-LOK NSA5454 (SL90-313-7500).

(2) For 33CE1(33CE2), do the steps that follow:

(a) At the rear-spar jack-bracket:


(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 27-14-51-991-001)

1
_ Put the locking plate (18) on the pin (19).

2
_ Align the bolt hole in the locking plate (18) with the holes
in the flanges of the rear-spar jack-bracket.

3
_ Install the bolt (17), the washer (16) and the nut (15).

(b) At the aileron jack-bracket:

1
_ Put the locking plate (22) on the pin (23).

2
_ Align the bolt hole in the locking plate (22) with the hole in
the flange of the aileron jack-bracket.

3
_ Install the bolt (1), the washer (2) and the nut (3).

R (c) Remove the PLUG - BLANKING from the disconnected hydraulic


R connections.



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(d) Apply HYDRAULIC FLUIDS (Material No. 02-003) to the joints of the
pipes (12) and (20), then install the pressure pipe (20) and the
return pipe (12).

(e) At the pipe brackets near to the inboard and outboard sides of
the ASC (21):

1
_ Assemble the clamp blocks (27) and the tubes (26).

2
_ Install the washers (25) and the bolts (24).

3
_ Install the nuts (28).

(f) Attach the clamp blocks (7) to the ASC (21) with the bolts (10)
and the washers (9).

(g) TORQUE the bolts (10) to between 0.16 and 0.20 m.daN (14.15 and
17.69 lbf.in).

(h) Safety the bolts (10) with MISCELLANEOUS (Material No. 19-010).

R (i) Remove the CAP - BLANKING from the electrical connections and
R connect the electrical connector (11) to the ASC (21).

(j) Clean the electrical connector (11) with a MISCELLANEOUS


(Material No. 19-003) made moist with CLEANING AGENTS (Material
No. 11-026).

(k) Apply a continuous layer of STORAGE PRESERVATION (Material No.


15-008) to the electrical connector (11).

(l) Apply a layer of STORAGE PRESERVATION (Material No. 15-007) to:


- the bolt (1), the washer (2) and the nut (3)
- the STA-LOK washers (4) and (13) and the STA-LOK nuts (5) and
(14)
- the washers (9) and the bolts (10)
- the nut (15), the washer (16) and the bolt (17)
- the head of the pins (19) and (23)
- the bolts (24), the washers (25) and the nuts (28).

NOTE : Do not get Material 15-007 on the Servocontrol Spherical


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(3) For 33CE3(33CE4), do the steps that follow:

(a) At the rear-spar jack-bracket:


(Ref. Fig. 402/TASK 27-14-51-991-002)

1
_ Put the locking plate (17) on the pin (18).

2
_ Align and attach the locking plate (17) to the stud (15).

3
_ Install the nut (16).

(b) At the aileron jack-bracket:

1
_ Put the locking plate (21) on the pin (22).

2
_ Align the bolt hole in the locking plate (21) with the hole in
the flange of the aileron jack-bracket.

3
_ Install the bolt (1), the washer (2) and the nut (3).

WARNING : OBEY THE HYDRAULIC SAFETY PROCEDURES.


_______

R (c) Remove the PLUG - BLANKING from the disconnected hydraulic


R connections.

(d) Apply HYDRAULIC FLUIDS (Material No. 02-003) to the joints of the
pipes (12) and (19), then install the pressure pipe (19) and the
return pipe (12).

(e) At the pipe brackets near to the inboard and outboard sides of
the ASC (20):

1
_ Assemble the clamp blocks (25).

2
_ Install the washers (24) and the bolts (23).

3
_ Install the nuts (26).

(f) Attach the clamp blocks (7) to the ASC (20) with the bolts (10)
and the washers (9).

(g) TORQUE the bolts (10) to between 0.16 and 0.20 m.daN (14.15 and
17.69 lbf.in).

(h) Safety the bolts (10) with MISCELLANEOUS (Material No. 19-010).



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R (i) Remove the CAP - BLANKING from the electrical connections and
R connect the electrical connector (11) to the ASC (20).

(j) Clean the electrical connector (11) with a MISCELLANEOUS


(Material No. 19-003) made moist with CLEANING AGENTS (Material
No. 11-026).

(k) Apply a continuous layer of STORAGE PRESERVATION (Material No.


15-008) to the electrical connector (11).

(l) Apply a layer of STORAGE PRESERVATION (Material No. 15-007) to:


- the bolt (1), the washer (2) and the nut (3)
- the STA-LOK washers (4) and (13) and the STA-LOK nuts (5) and
(14)
- the washers (9) and the bolts (10)
- the stud (15) and the nut (16)
- the head of the pins (18) and (22)
- the bolts (23), the washers (24) and the nuts (26).

NOTE : Do not get Material 15-007 on the Servocontrol Spherical


____
Bearings.

If the aileron servo control is safetied with ABS 0738 nuts, do the steps that
follow:

(4) For 33CE1(33CE2), do the steps that follow:


(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 27-14-51-991-001)

(a) Install the washers (7) and (18) and the nuts (6) and (17).

(b) TORQUE the nuts (6) and (17) to between 7.5 and 8.0 m.daN (55.30
and 58.99 lbf.ft).

(c) Install the locking caps (5) and (16) on the pins (27) and (23).

(d) Safety the items that follow:


- the locking cap (5) with the new cotter pin (4)
- the locking cap (16) with the new cotter pin (15).

(e) At the rear-spar jack-bracket:

1
_ Put the locking plate (22) on the pin (23).

2
_ Align the bolt hole in the locking plate (22) with the holes
in the flanges of the rear-spar jack-bracket.

3
_ Install the bolt (21), the washer (20) and the nut (19).



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(f) At the aileron jack-bracket:

1
_ Put the locking plate (26) on the pin (27).

2
_ Align the bolt hole in the locking plate (26) with the hole in
the flange of the aileron jack-bracket.

3
_ Install the bolt (1), the washer (2) and the nut (3).

R (g) Remove the PLUG - BLANKING from the disconnected hydraulic


R connections.

(h) Apply HYDRAULIC FLUIDS (Material No. 02-003) to the joints of the
pipes (14) and (24), then install the pressure pipe (24) and the
return pipe (14).

(i) At the pipe brackets near to the inboard and outboard sides of
the ASC (25):

1
_ Assemble the clamp blocks (31) and the tubes (30).

2
_ Install the washers (29) and the bolts (28).

3
_ Install the nuts (32).

(j) Attach the clamp blocks (9) to the ASC (25) with the bolts (12)
and the washers (11).

(k) TORQUE the bolts (12) to between 0.16 and 0.20 m.daN (14.15 and
17.69 lbf.in).

(l) Safety the bolts (12) with MISCELLANEOUS (Material No. 19-010).

R (m) Remove the CAP - BLANKING from the electrical connections and
R connect the electrical connector (13) to the ASC (25).

(n) Clean the electrical connector (13) with a MISCELLANEOUS


(Material No. 19-003) made moist with CLEANING AGENTS (Material
No. 11-026).

(o) Apply a continuous layer of STORAGE PRESERVATION (Material No.


15-008) to the electrical connector (13).

(p) Apply a layer of STORAGE PRESERVATION (Material No. 15-007) to:


- the bolt (1), the washer (2) and the nut (3)
- the cotter pin (4), the locking cap (5), the nut (6) and the
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- the washers (11) and the bolts (12)
- the cotter pin (15), the locking cap (16), the nut (17) and the
washer (18)
- the nut (19), the washer (20) and the bolt (21)
- the head of the pins (23) and (27)
- the bolts (28), the washers (29) and the nuts (32).

NOTE : Do not get Material 15-007 on the Servocontrol Spherical


____
Bearings.

(5) For 33CE3(33CE4), do the steps that follow:


(Ref. Fig. 402/TASK 27-14-51-991-002)

(a) Install the washers (7) and (18) and the nuts (6) and (17).

(b) TORQUE the nuts (6) and (17) to between 7.5 and 8.0 m.daN (55.30
and 58.99 lbf.ft).

(c) Install the locking caps (5) and (16) on the pins (26) and (22).

(d) Safety the items that follow:


- the locking cap (5) with the new cotter pin (4)
- the locking cap (16) with the new cotter pin (15).

(e) At the rear-spar jack-bracket:

1
_ Put the locking plate (21) on the pin (22).

2
_ Align and attach the locking plate (21) to the stud (19).

3
_ Install the nut (20).

(f) At the aileron jack-bracket:

1
_ Put the locking plate (25) on the pin (26).

2
_ Align the bolt hole in the locking plate (25) with the hole in
the flange of the aileron jack-bracket.

3
_ Install the bolt (1), the washer (2) and the nut (3).

WARNING : OBEY THE HYDRAULIC SAFETY PROCEDURES.


_______

R (g) Remove the PLUG - BLANKING from the disconnected hydraulic


R connections.



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(h) Apply HYDRAULIC FLUIDS (Material No. 02-003) to the joints of the
pipes (14) and (23), then install the pressure pipe (23) and the
return pipe (14).

(i) At the pipe brackets near to the inboard and outboard sides of
the ASC (24):

1
_ Assemble the clamp blocks (29).

2
_ Install the washers (28) and the bolts (27).

3
_ Install the nuts (30).

(j) Attach the clamp blocks (9) to the ASC (24) with the bolts (12)
and the washers (11).

(k) TORQUE the bolts (12) to between 0.16 and 0.20 m.daN (14.15 and
17.69 lbf.in).

(l) Safety the bolts (12) with MISCELLANEOUS (Material No. 19-010).

R (m) Remove the CAP - BLANKING from the electrical connections and
R connect the electrical connector (13) to the ASC (24).

(n) Clean the electrical connector (13) with a MISCELLANEOUS


(Material No. 19-003) made moist with CLEANING AGENTS (Material
No. 11-026).

(o) Apply a continuous layer of STORAGE PRESERVATION (Material No.


15-008) to the electrical connector (13).

(p) Apply a layer of STORAGE PRESERVATION (Material No. 15-007) to:


- the bolt (1), the washer (2) and the nut (3)
- the cotter pin (4), the locking cap (5), the nut (6) and the
washer (7)
- the washers (11) and the bolts (12)
- the cotter pin (15), the locking cap (16), the nut (17) and the
washer (18)
- the stud (19) and the nut (20)
- the head of the pins (22) and (26)
- the bolts (27), the washers (28) and the nuts (30).

NOTE : Do not get Material 15-007 on the Servocontrol Spherical


____
Bearings.


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R **ON A/C 004-049, 053-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,
R 401-499, 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

Subtask 27-14-51-420-059-A

A. Preparation for Installation

(1) Clean the component interface and/or the adjacent area with a
MISCELLANEOUS (Material No. 19-003) made moist with CLEANING AGENTS
(Material No. 11-026):
- for 33CE1(33CE2), the pins (23) and (27)
- for 33CE3(33CE4), the pins (22) and (26)
- the flanged bushes (8) and (10)
- the interfaces of the aileron and rear-spar jack-brackets.

(2) Make sure that the parts retained from the removed component are
clean and in the correct condition.

(3) Do an inspection of the component interface and/or the adjacent area.

(4) Make sure that the hydraulic line end-fittings are serviceable.

(5) Lubricate these parts with SPECIAL MATERIALS (Material No. 05-002):
- for 33CE1(33CE2), the pins (23) and (27)
- for 33CE3(33CE4), the pins (22) and (26)
- the flanged bushes (8) and (10)
- the installed bushes in the outboard-flanges of the aileron and
rear-spar jack-brackets.

Subtask 27-14-51-420-050-A

B. Installation of the Aileron Servo Control (ASC)

(1) Install the flanged bush (8) into the inboard-flange of each aileron
jack-bracket.

(2) Install the flanged bush (10) into the inboard-flange of each
rear-spar jack-bracket.

(3) Apply a layer of STORAGE PRESERVATION (Material No. 15-007) to the


eye-ends of the piston rods on the rounded sides only.

NOTE : Do not get Material 15-007 on the Servocontrol Spherical


____
Bearings.


R

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(4) For 33CE1(33CE2), install the ASC (25):

(a) Hold the ASC (7.4 kg (16.3142 lb)) in a horizontal position.

(b) Align the body eye-end with the bushes in the flanges of the
rear-spar jack-bracket.

(c) Install the pin (23).

(d) Manually move the aileron to the down position. Do this until the
piston-rod eye-end and the bushes of the aileron jack-bracket are
aligned.

(e) Install the pin (27).

(5) For 33CE3(33CE4), install the ASC (24):

(a) Hold the ASC (7.4 kg (16.3142 lb)) in a horizontal position.

(b) Align the body eye-end with the bushes in the flanges of the
rear-spar jack-bracket.

(c) Install the pin (22).

(d) Manually move the aileron to the down position. Do this until the
piston-rod eye-end and the bushes of the aileron jack-bracket are
aligned.

(e) Install the pin (26).

(6) For easier access to the installed ASC manually, put and hold the
aileron in the fully-up position.

(7) Apply COMMON GREASE (Material No. 04-022) to the threads of the pins:
- for 33CE1(33CE2), the pins (23) and (27)
- for 33CE3(33CE4), the pins (22) and (26).

Subtask 27-14-51-420-058-A

C. Complete the Installation of the Aileron Servo Control (ASC)

(1) For 33CE1(33CE2), do the steps that follow:


(Ref. Fig. 401A/TASK 27-14-51-991-001-A)

(a) Install the washers (7) and (18) and the nuts (6) and (17).


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(b) TORQUE the nuts (6) and (17) to between 7.5 and 8.0 m.daN (55.30
and 58.99 lbf.ft).

(c) Install the locking caps (5) and (16) on the pins (27) and (23).

(d) Safety the items that follow:


- the locking cap (5) with the new cotter pin (4)
- the locking cap (16) with the new cotter pin (15)

(e) At the rear-spar jack-bracket:

1
_ Put the locking plate (22) on the pin (23).

2
_ Align the bolt hole in the locking plate (22) with the holes
in the flanges of the rear-spar jack-bracket.

3
_ Install the bolt (21), the washer (20) and the nut (19).

(f) At the aileron jack-bracket:

1
_ Put the locking plate (26) on the pin (27).

2
_ Align the bolt hole in the locking plate (26) with the hole in
the flange of the aileron jack-bracket.

3
_ Install the bolt (1), the washer (2) and the nut (3).

(g) Remove the PLUG - BLANKING from the disconnected hydraulic


connections.

(h) Apply HYDRAULIC FLUIDS (Material No. 02-003) to the joints of the
pipes (14) and (24), then install the pressure pipe (24) and the
return pipe (14).

(i) At the pipe brackets near to the inboard and outboard sides of
the ASC (25):

1
_ Assemble the clamp blocks (31) and the tubes (30).

2
_ Install the washers (29), the bolts (28) and the nuts (32).

(j) Attach the clamp blocks (9) to the ASC (25) with the bolts (12)
and the washers (11).

(k) TORQUE the bolts (12) to between 0.16 and 0.20 m.daN (14.15 and
17.69 lbf.in).


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(l) Safety the bolts (12) with MISCELLANEOUS (Material No. 19-010).

(m) Remove the CAP - BLANKING from the electrical connections and
connect the electrical connector (13) to the ASC (25).

(n) Clean the electrical connector (13) with a MISCELLANEOUS


(Material No. 19-003) made moist with CLEANING AGENTS (Material
No. 11-026).

(o) Apply a continuous layer of STORAGE PRESERVATION (Material No.


15-008) to the electrical connector (13).

NOTE : In the step that follows, make sure that you do not get
____
Material No. 15-007 on the servocontrol spherical
bearings.

(p) Apply a layer of STORAGE PRESERVATION (Material No. 15-007) to:


- the bolt (1), the washer (2) and the nut (3)
- the cotter pin (4), the locking cap (5), the nut (6) and the
washer (7)
- the washers (11) and the bolts (12)
- the cotter pin (15), the locking cap (16), the nut (17) and the
washer (18)
- the nut (19), the washer (20) and the bolt (21)
- the head of the pins (23) and (27)
- the bolts (28), the washers (29) and the nuts (32).

(2) For 33CE3(33CE4), do the steps that follow:


(Ref. Fig. 402A/TASK 27-14-51-991-002-A)

(a) Install the washers (7) and (18) and the nuts (6) and (17).

(b) TORQUE the nuts (6) and (17) to to between 7.5 and 8.0 m.daN
(55.30 and 58.99 lbf.ft).

(c) Install the locking caps (5) and (16) on the pins (26) and (22).

(d) Safety the items that follow:


- the locking cap (5) with the new cotter pin (4)
- the locking cap (16) with the new cotter pin (15).

(e) At the rear-spar jack-bracket:

1
_ Put the locking plate (21) on the pin (22).

2
_ Align and attach the locking plate (21) to the stud (19).


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_ Install the nut (20).

(f) At the aileron jack-bracket:

1
_ Put the locking plate (25) on the pin (26).

2
_ Align the bolt hole in the locking plate (25) with the hole in
the flange of the aileron jack-bracket.

3
_ Install the bolt (1), the washer (2) and the nut (3).

WARNING : OBEY THE HYDRAULIC SAFETY PROCEDURES.


_______

(g) Remove the PLUG - BLANKING from the disconnected hydraulic


connections.

(h) Apply HYDRAULIC FLUIDS (Material No. 02-003) to the joints of the
pipes (14) and (23), then install the pressure pipe (23) and the
return pipe (14).

(i) At the pipe brackets near to the inboard and outboard sides of
the ASC (24):

1
_ Assemble the clamp blocks (29).

2
_ Install the washers (28), the bolts (27) and the nuts (30).

(j) Attach the clamp blocks (9) to the ASC (24) with the bolts (12)
and the washers (11).

(k) TORQUE the bolts (12) to between 0.16 and 0.20 m.daN (14.15 and
17.69 lbf.in).

(l) Safety the bolts (12) with MISCELLANEOUS (Material No. 19-010).

(m) Remove the CAP - BLANKING from the electrical connections and
connect the electrical connector (13) to the ASC (24).

(n) Clean the electrical connector (13) with a MISCELLANEOUS


(Material No. 19-003) made moist with CLEANING AGENTS (Material
No. 11-026).


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(o) Apply a continuous layer of STORAGE PRESERVATION (Material No.
15-008) to the electrical connector (13).

NOTE : In the step that follows, make sure that you do not get
____
Material No. 15-007 on the servocontrol spherical
bearings.

(p) Apply a layer of STORAGE PRESERVATION (Material No. 15-007) to:


- the bolt (1), the washer (2) and the nut (3)
- the cotter pin (4), the locking cap (5), the nut (6) and the
washer (7)
- the washers (11) and the bolts (12)
- the cotter pin (15), the locking cap (16), the nut (17) and the
washer (18)
- the stud (19) and the nut (20)
- the heads of the pins (22) and (26)
- the bolts (27), the washers (28) and the nuts (30).

**ON A/C ALL

Subtask 27-14-51-860-059

D. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE TRAVEL RANGES OF THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES
_______
ARE CLEAR BEFORE YOU PRESSURIZE/DEPRESSURIZE A HYDRAULIC
SYSTEM.

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE CONTROLS AGREE WITH THE POSITION OF THE
_______
ITEMS THEY OPERATE BEFORE YOU PRESSURIZE A HYDRAULIC SYSTEM.

(1) Remove the warning notice that prevents the pressurization of the
Green and Blue Hydraulic systems.

(2) For 33CE1(33CE2):


- pressurize the Green Hydraulic system (Ref. TASK 29-10-00-863-001).

(3) For 33CE3(33CE4):


- pressurize the Blue Hydraulic system (Ref. TASK 29-10-00-863-003).

(4) On the center pedestal, make sure that:


- the slat and flap control-lever is in the 0-degree position
- the speed-brake control-lever is in the RET position.



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Subtask 27-14-51-865-052

E. Remove the safety clip(s) and the tag(s) and close this(these) circuit
breaker(s):
15CE1, 15CE2, 16CE1, 16CE2.

**ON A/C 001-003, 051-052,

Subtask 27-14-51-710-050

F. Test

(1) Energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-861-


002).

(2) Operate the ailerons.

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE TRAVEL RANGES OF THE FLIGHT CONTROLS ARE
_______
CLEAR. MOVEMENT OF FLIGHT CONTROLS CAN CAUSE INJURY TO
PERSONS AND/OR DAMAGE.

(a) Operate the ailerons over the full travel range ten times to
bleed the ASC(s).

(b) Make sure that the ailerons are correctly adjusted (Ref. TASK 27-
14-00-820-001).

(c) Do the operational test of the aileron and hydraulic actuation


(Ref. TASK 27-14-00-710-001).

If the aileron servo control is safetied with STA-LOK nuts, do the steps that
follow:

(3) Examine and make sure that there are no hydraulic leaks from:

(a) For 33CE1(33CE2):


- the ASC (21)
- the pressure pipe (20)
- the return pipe (12).

(b) For 33CE3(33CE4):


- the ASC (20)
- the pressure pipe (19)
- the return pipe (12).


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If the aileron servo control is safetied with ABS 0738 nuts, do the steps that
follow:

(4) Examine and make sure that there are no hydraulic leaks from:

(a) For 33CE1(33CE2):


- the ASC (25)
- the pressure pipe (24)
- the return pipe (14).

(b) For 33CE3(33CE4):


- the ASC (24)
- the pressure pipe (23)
- the return pipe (14).

R **ON A/C 004-049, 053-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


R 401-499, 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

Subtask 27-14-51-710-050-A

F. Test

(1) Energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-861-


002).

(2) Operate the ailerons.

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE TRAVEL RANGES OF THE FLIGHT CONTROLS ARE
_______
CLEAR. MOVEMENT OF FLIGHT CONTROLS CAN CAUSE INJURY TO
PERSONS AND/OR DAMAGE.

(a) Operate the ailerons over the full travel range ten times to
bleed the ASC(s).

(b) Make sure that the ailerons are correctly adjusted (Ref. TASK 27-
14-00-820-001).

(c) Do the operational test of the aileron and hydraulic actuation


(Ref. TASK 27-14-00-710-001).

(3) Examine and make sure that there are no hydraulic leaks from:

(a) For 33CE1(33CE2):


- the ASC (25)
- the pressure pipe (24)
- the return pipe (14).


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(b) For 33CE3(33CE4):
- the ASC (24)
- the pressure pipe (23)
- the return pipe (14).

**ON A/C ALL

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 27-14-51-410-050

A. Close Access

(1) Make sure that the work area is clean and clear of tools and other
items.

R (2) Install the applicable access panels (Ref. TASK 57-51-37-400-007)


R (Ref. TASK 57-51-37-400-005):
- FOR 33CE1, 33CE3
install 575AT, 575KB, 590AB
- FOR 33CE2, 33CE4
install 675AT, 675KB, 690AB.

(3) Connect the isolation coupling of the Power Transfer Unit (PTU)
(Ref. TASK 29-23-00-860-002).

Subtask 27-14-51-942-051

B. Removal of Equipment

R (1) Remove the SAFETY BARRIERS.

(2) Remove the warning notice(s).

(3) Remove the access platform(s).

(4) Remove the ground support and maintenance equipment, the special and
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TASK 27-14-51-000-002

Removal of the Hydraulic Filter for the Aileron Servo-Control

WARNING : PUT THE SAFETY DEVICES AND THE WARNING NOTICES IN POSITION BEFORE YOU
_______
START A TASK ON OR NEAR:
- THE FLIGHT CONTROLS
- THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES
- THE LANDING GEAR AND THE RELATED DOORS
- COMPONENTS THAT MOVE.

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE GROUND SAFETY-LOCKS ARE IN POSITION ON THE LANDING
_______
GEAR.

CAUTION : BE CAREFUL WHEN YOU DO MAINTENANCE TASKS ON THE WING TRAILING EDGE:
_______
- DO NOT CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE ELECTRICAL CABLE RACEWAYS.
- DO NOT CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE ELECTRICAL CABLE INSTALLATIONS.
- MAKE SURE THAT THE ELECTRICAL CABLES ARE INSTALLED CORRECTLY.
INCORRECT INSTALLATION CAN CAUSE DAMAGE.

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

No specific blanking plug


No specific circuit breaker(s) safety clip(s)
No specific safety barriers
No specific warning notice
No specific container 1 l (0.2641 USgal)
No specific access platform 4 m (13 ft. 1 in.)



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B. Referenced Information

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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
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29-00-00-910-002 Safety Procedures of the Hydraulic System


29-10-00-864-001 Depressurize the Green Hydraulic System
29-10-00-864-003 Depressurize the Blue Hydraulic System
29-14-00-614-001 Depressurization of the Hydraulic Reservoirs
29-23-00-860-001 Disconnection of the Isolation Coupling of the Power
Transfer Unit (PTU)
27-14-51-991-004 Fig. 403

3. __________
Job Set-up

(Ref. Fig. 403/TASK 27-14-51-991-004)

Subtask 27-14-51-941-052

A. Safety Precautions

(1) Put the safety barriers in position.

(2) Put the warning notice in the cockpit to tell persons not to
pressurize the Green or the Blue hydraulic systems.

(3) Obey the hydraulic system safety procedures (Ref. TASK 29-00-00-910-
002).

Subtask 27-14-51-860-055

B. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

WARNING : OBEY THE HYDRAULIC SAFETY PROCEDURES.


_______

(1) Disconnect the Isolation Coupling of the Power Transfer Unit (PTU)
(Ref. TASK 29-23-00-860-001).

(2) Make sure that the Green and the Blue hydraulic systems are
depressurized (Ref. TASK 29-10-00-864-001) (Ref. TASK 29-10-00-864-
003).

(3) Depressurize the Green and the Blue system hydraulic reservoirs
(Ref. TASK 29-14-00-614-001).



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Aileron Servo-Control - Hydraulic Filter
Figure 403/TASK 27-14-51-991-004



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Subtask 27-14-51-865-053

C. Open, safety and tag this(these) circuit breaker(s):

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PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
49VU FLIGHT CONTROLS/ELAC1/NORM/SPLY 15CE1 B11
105VU FLIGHT CONTROLS/ELAC2/STBY SPLY 16CE2 A02
105VU FLT CTL/ELAC1/STBY SPLY 16CE1 A01
121VU FLIGHT CONTROLS/ELAC2/NORM/SPLY 15CE2 R20

Subtask 27-14-51-010-051

D. Get Access

(1) Put the access platform in position below the applicable zone
575(675).

(2) Remove the applicable access panel:


- for the left wing, panel 575KB
- for the right wing, panel 675KB.

4. Procedure
_________

(Ref. Fig. 403/TASK 27-14-51-991-004)

CAUTION : BE CAREFUL WHEN YOU DO MAINTENANCE TASKS ON THE WING TRAILING


_______
EDGE:
- DO NOT CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE ELECTRICAL CABLE RACEWAYS.
- DO NOT CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE ELECTRICAL CABLE INSTALLATIONS.
- MAKE SURE THAT THE ELECTRICAL CABLES ARE INSTALLED CORRECTLY.
INCORRECT INSTALLATION CAN CAUSE DAMAGE.

Subtask 27-14-51-020-051

A. Removal of the Hydraulic Filter

(1) Put a container under the applicable filter (2).

(2) Remove and discard the lockwire from the filter (2).

(3) Remove the filter (2).

(4) Remove and discard the packing (1) from the filter (2).



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(5) Install the blanking plug in the opening in the aileron
servo-control.



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TASK 27-14-51-400-002

Installation of the Hydraulic Filter for the Aileron Servo-Control

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE FLIGHT CONTROL SAFETY-LOCKS AND THE WARNING
_______
NOTICES ARE IN POSITIO