Item (Man-hours

)

Skill/Action Description

MECH

INSP

MAIN LANDING GEAR EXTENSION AND RETRACTION - TROUBLE SHOOTING CAUTION: DO NOT TURN STEERING WHEEL WITH NOSE GEAR SHOCK STRUT FULLY EXTENDED. CENTERING CAMS IN SHOCK STRUT MAY BE DAMAGED. WARNING: RAPID ACTION OF GEAR AND DOORS MAY INJURE PERSONNEL OR DAMAGE EQUIPMENT.

1 (0.30)

Conditions/Requirements: Make sure one variable volume test bench with hydraulic fluid BMS 3-11 is available. Capacity 20 gallons per minute at 3000 psi. Pressure adjustable from 0 to 3000 psi. Test bench filters must be capable of a nominal filtration of 5 micron and of 15 micron absolute.

2 (0.20)

Make sure electrical power is available.

3 (0.30)

Three men are required. 1. One stationed in the control cabin to operate the landing gear control lever. 2. One stationed at the hydraulic test bench to vary retraction speed or stop the gear in an intermediate position. 3. One stationed at the wheel well to observe the gear action.

4 (0.30)

The control cable system must be correctly rigged and hydraulic reservoirs filled to correct level.

PAGE 1 of 9

CENTERING CAMS IN SHOCK STRUT MAY BE DAMAGED. (Standby pump circuit breakers are found on the panel at the back of First Officer. (Grounding wire can be found at the NOSE GEAR connected to the GROUNDING POINT) 7 (0. P6-11 and P6-12) setting flap master switch to ARM. PAGE 2 of 9 .5 (0. (27-09-200 Page 1 ± 3) Electrical control of the flight controls shutoff valve is accomplished by the FLIGHT CONTROLS switch on the forward overhead panel.00) Check that landing gear is fully extended and locked with control lever in OFF position.00) Close both flight control and spoiler shutoff valves. CAUTION: DO NOT TURN STEERING WHEEL WITH NOSE GEAR SHOCK STRUT FULLY EXTENDED. Static Grounding). and off when the lever is in position 2. (ALTERNATE FLAP switch found on FWD OVERHEAD Panel) and setting flap lever at the 30-detent position 8 (1.30) Preparation Jack airplane for gear retraction per Chapter 7.50) Ground the airplane (Ref 20-40-11. The valve is on when the lever is in position 1. 6 (0. Electrical control of the spoiler shutoff valve is accomplished by the SPOILER switch on the forward overhead panel. Airplane Jacking. 9 (1. The valve is equipped with a manual override lever and position indicator.50) Set trailing edge flap control valve out of null by opening both standby pump circuit breakers. The manual override allows the valve to be positioned with electrical power off.

TO PREVENT THIS. 11 (0. (2) Open air conditioning duct access panel on right side of airplane. AND SUITABLY TAGGED. PAGE 3 of 9 . (3) Connect hydraulic test stand to hydraulic ground power modular unit.30) Open ground interconnect valve. ENSURE THAT THE VALVE ELECTRIC CONNECTOR IS DISCONNECTED.10 (1. 12 (0. Disconnect the ground interconnect valve electrical connector and open valve using manual override lever CAUTION: VALVE MOTOR BURNOUT MAY OCCUR IF THE GROUND INTERCONNECT VALVE IS MANUALLY POSITIONED WHILE ELECTRICAL POWER IS APPLIED TO THE VALVE.00) Set up Hydraulic System A. (Wire screen protecting hydraulic motor/reservoir) WARNING: FAILURE TO CLOSE AND LATCH TIRE BURST SCREEN WILL DAMAGE EQUIPMENT AND MAY INJURE PERSONNEL. (1) Make sure that ground lock assembly in nose gear and main gear are installed.20) Make sure the main landing gear tire burst screens are closed and latched.

400 Hz nominal. Apply power to buses. PAGE 4 of 9 . WARNING: PRIOR TO CONNECTING THE EXTERNAL ELECTRICAL POWER SOURCE CABLE TO THE AIRPLANE ENSURE THAT ELECTRICAL POWER IS REMOVED FROM THE CABLE. BUS OFF. HIGH VOLTAGES PRESENT CAN BE FATAL. (b) Observe that CONN and NOT IN USE lights on P19 illuminate and that GROUND POWER AVAILABLE light on electrical systems control panel P5 illuminates. 14 (0. (2) Install power cable. 15 (0.30) Connect external electrical power. NOTE: NOT IN USE light will not illuminate when refuel panel door is open. (a) Insert connector into P19 (GRD SERVICE PANEL 24-41-0 Page 3) receptacle and energize external power cable. 3-phase. INJURY TO PERSONNEL AND/OR DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT COULD RESULT IF ELECTRICAL ARCING OCCURS. (a) Observe that TRANS BUS OFF. and GEN OFF BUS lights above GEN 1 and GEN 2 switches on P5 illuminate. WARNING: PRIOR TO APPLYING ELECTRICAL POWER INSURE THAT PERSONNEL ARE NOT EMPLOYED IN REMOVAL OR INSTALLATION OF ELECTRICAL OR ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT.30) (3) Check that BUS TRANS switch on P5 (FWD OVERHEAD PANEL) is set to AUTO.30) (4) Place BAT switch on P5 to ON. (AMM 24-22-0) Equipment and Materials (1) External power supply 115/200 volt ac. (1) Open external power receptacle door.13 (0.

ISOLATE OR TAG SYS TEMS NOT BEING TESTED TO PREVENT INJURY TO PERSONNEL OR DAMAGE TO AIRPLANE. . WARNING: CHECK THAT PERSONNEL AND OBSTRUCTIONS ARE CLEAR OF ALL FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES AND NOSE GEAR BEFORE TURNING HYDRAULIC POWER ON. Open Hydraulic GPU system A and B bypass valve. 17 (0.30) PAGE 5 of 9 Start the Hydraulic GPU. 19 (1. 18 (1. Observe that NOT IN USE light on P19 extinguishes and that TRANS BUS OFF and BUS OFF lights on P5 extinguish.00) Make sure that System A and B ³Unit Hydraulic Reservoir´ is selected with reservoir selector valves found at the back of the Hydraulic GPU. 21 (0. CAUTION: LIMIT LOAD ON EXTERNAL POWER SYSTEM TO 175A OR DAMAGE TO EXTERNAL POWER SYSTEM COMPONENTS MAY RESULT.16 (0. (a) Place AC meter selector switch on panel P5 to GRD PWR and observe that voltmeter reads 115 5 volts ac and frequency meter reads 400 10 Hz nominal.50) (5) Supply power to buses.50) (b) Apply power to 115V ac generator bus 1 and 115V ac generator bus 2 by placing GROUND POWER switch on P5 to ON.00) Pressurize hydraulic system A (Ref 29-11-0 MP) using hydraulic test stand/Hydraulic GPU. 20 (1.00) Remove ground lock assemblies from main and nose gear (Ref 32-00-01).

WARNING: RAPID ACTION OF GEAR AND DOORS MAY INJURE PERSONNEL OR DAMAGE EQUIPMENT. Check that main gears are up and locked and doors closed within 8. 27 (0. (This is done when using only one system which is system B. read the flow rate (in gallons per minute or gpm) directly from system B flowmeter scale. Adjust system B flow control on pump to 20 gpm flow rate.20) Observing the flowmeter.20) Close system B bypass valve.22 (0.5 seconds from time control handle enters UP detent until landing gear red warning lights go off PAGE 6 of 9 . Adjust system A flow control on pump to 6 gpm flow rate. 25 (0.20) Operate hydraulic test stand to pressurize system until requirements are complete.20) Advance both throttles to a position greater than 17 degrees. 26 (0. 28 (0.20) Test A.) 23 (0. 24 (0. Place landing gear control lever in UP position and note gear retraction time.20) Adjust system B pressure control to 3000 psi.20) B.

3. 1. Depressurize hydraulic system A (Ref 29-11-0 MP).20) E. 30 (0. Remove power from buses. 31 (0. Depressurize reservoir if any lines are being opened (Ref 29-09-30 MP). 35 (0. 4. Place control lever in OFF position for 15 seconds then move to DN position.20) C. Check that all gear lights are off. Disconnect test stand from module and install dust caps. 34 (0.20) 2.20) Restore A.29 (0. Close access panel.20) D. PAGE 7 of 9 .5 seconds from time the control lever enters DN detent until gear green indicator lights come on 32 (0.20) C.20) B. Check that main gear are fully extended and locked within 7. Shut off source of hydraulic power and wait 5 to 10 minutes to allow system pressure to dissipate through internal leakage to the return system 33 (0. Install main and nose gear ground lock assemblies (Ref 32-00-01).

CAUTION: BEFORE REMOVING EXTERNAL POWER CONNECTOR INSURE POWER HAS BEEN TURNED OFF AND NO RESIDUAL VOLTAGE IS PRESENT AT CONNECTOR.20) (4) Close external power receptacle door. 38 (0.20) WARNING: BEFORE REMOVING EXTERNAL POWER CONNECTOR INSURE POWER HAS BEEN TURNED OFF AND NO RESIDUAL VOLTAGE IS PRESENT AT CONNECTOR. If the BAT switch is left in the ON position with no ac power on the airplane. DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT MAY RESULT IF ELECTRICAL ARCING OCCURS. (3) Remove external power connector from external power receptacle. 37 (0. 36 (0. (a) Observe that TRANS BUS OFF and BUS OFF lights on P5 extinguish and NOT IN USE light on P19 illuminates. ELECTRICAL SHOCK COULD RESULT IF VOLTAGE IS PRESENT. NOTE: In each procedure the BAT switch is placed to OFF after removal of power source. (a) Observe that TRANS BUS OFF and BUS OFF lights on P5 illuminate.20) (2) Place BAT switch on P5 to OFF. Observe that CONN and NOT IN USE lights on P19 extinguish and GROUND POWER AVAILABLE light on P5 extinguishes.(1) Place GROUND POWER switch on P5 to OFF. fully discharging the battery after a few hours. the storage battery will discharge at a rate of approximately 10 amps per hour. PAGE 8 of 9 .

Jacking Airplane).39 (0. PAGE 9 of 9 . 40 (0.20) D.20) Close ground interconnect valve. Connect the interconnect valve electrical connector. Lower airplane and remove jacks (Ref Chapter 7.

Sign up to vote on this title
UsefulNot useful

Master Your Semester with Scribd & The New York Times

Special offer: Get 4 months of Scribd and The New York Times for just $1.87 per week!

Master Your Semester with a Special Offer from Scribd & The New York Times