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Table 602 (cont)

Item Inspection/Maintenance Action Reference Initial

200 Hour Inspection

In addition to the 100 hour inspection items, perform the follow-


ing:

29 Lubrication system maintenance

NOTE: The recommended oil change internal is 200 hours or


6 months, whichever occurs first. Recommended time
period may be extended to 300 hr intervals for those
items indicated by an asterisk (*) provided an external
oil filter of a type that has a valid STC (Supplemental
Type Certificate) is installed on the engine.

*(a) Drain oil system. PARA 11.F., 720000


Engine Servicing

(b) Remove, inspect and clean the oil filter. PARA 1.C.,
Note any accumulation of metal chips, debris or carbon 726000
particles. Conduct further inspection of the lube system
and/or gear train/bearings if metal chips or debris are
found. See Items 36 and 37 (300 Hour Inspection) if
carbon particles are found.

NOTE: Follow STC manufacturers recommendations regard


ing replacement/cleaning of external oil filter elements.
Inspect removed elements for any accumulations of
metal chips, debris or carbon particles. It may prove
helpful to cut apart disposable (paper) filter elements
to facilitate this inspection. If chips, debris or carbon
particles are found, proceed with additional inspection/
maintenance as outlined in Item 29b.

(c) Inspect magnetic chip detector plugs. PARA 11.I.,


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Engine Servicing

*(d) Refill oil system. PARA 11.F.,


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300 Hour Inspection

In addition to the 100 hour and appropriate 200 hour inspection


items, perform the following:

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Table 602 (cont)

Item Inspection/Maintenance Action Reference Initial

300 Hour Inspection (cont)

CAUTION: INSPECTION FREQUENCY SHALL BE BASED ON THE NATURE OF THE EROSIVE


AND/OR CORROSIVE ENVIRONMENT. THE OPERATING ENVIRONMENT MAY DICTATE A
MORE FREQUENT INSPECTION INTERVAL. FOR NON--COATED COMPRESSOR
WHEELS, THE INSPECTION SHALL NOT EXCEED 300 HOURS OR 6 MONTHS. FOR
COATED COMPRESSOR WHEELS, INSPECTION SHALL NOT EXCEED 300 HOURS OR 12
MONTHS. IF ANY PARENT METAL IS EXPOSED DUE TO CORROSION AND/OR
EROSION, THE INSPECTION REQUIREMENT SHALL REVERT BACK TO 300 HOURS OR 6
MONTHS.
30 Inspect the compressor case when operating in an erosive PARA 1.C.(9),
and/or corrosive environment. this Section
CAUTION: WHEN THERE IS EVIDENCE THAT THE FUEL PUMP FILTER HAS BEEN BYPASSED, THE
GAS PRODUCER FUEL CONTROL INLET FILTER, THE FUEL NOZZLE FILTER, THE
GOVERNOR FILTER AND THE HIGH PRESSURE FUEL FILTER, IF APPLICABLE, MUST BE
CLEANED. (REFER TO SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS, TABLE 603) IF ANY CONTAMINATION
IS FOUND IN THE FUEL NOZZLE FILTER, THIS WILL REQUIRE THAT THE FUEL
CONTROL BE SENT TO AN AUTHORIZED REPAIR FACILITY FOR INTERNAL CLEANING.
REFERENCE MUST ALSO BE MADE TO THE AIRFRAME MAINTENANCE MANUAL FOR
FUEL SYSTEM MAINTENANCE FOLLOWING FUEL CONTAMINATION.
31 If the aircraft is equipped with an engine fuel filter differential PARA 1.F.,
pressure warning system, replace the throw--away filter only 73--10--01
when an indication of contamination is obtained or every 300
hours, whichever comes first. If the aircraft is not equipped
with a differential pressure warning system, replace the fuel
filter every 300 hours unless operating experience demon-
strates that smaller time increments are advisable. Before dis-
carding filter, inspect for signs of contaminants. If any are
found, inspect the entire fuel system and clean if necessary.
32 Perform a fuel pump bypass valve operational check whenever PARA 1.D.,
a fuel filter is replaced. 73--10--01
33 Purge air from the filter bowl area of the single element pump. PARA 2.F.,
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34 Deleted
35 Inspect and clean the No. 1 bearing oil pressure reducer. PARA 3.A.(2),
72--30--00
36 Visually inspect turbine external sump. Clean internal carbo- PARA 6.E.(4),
nous deposits from sump. 72--50--00
37 Inspect the power turbine support scavenge strut. Clean inter- Para 6.E.,
nal carbonous deposits from strut. 72--50--00
38 Remove, clean and inspect Pc filter every 300 hours or earlier PARA 2.A.,
as engine performance dictates. 73--20--03
39 Inspect the thermocouple assembly (TOT/MGT). PARA 2,
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(7) Use the same configuration of bolts, nuts and washers at each of the five compressor pads as
was previously used. (If the gearbox is changed, different bolts or nuts may be required.)
(8) Use 6799790 engine turning adapter to turn the gear train until it meshes with the spur adapter
gearshaft.
(9) Tighten attachment features to 70--85 lb in. (7.9--9.6 N.m) and secure bolts with lockwire.
(10) Remove bearing guide 230006778 from the spur adapter gearshaft. Visually check that the
spur adapter gearshaft packing is in place.
(11) Install the turbine assembly. (Refer to Turbine Assembly Replacement, para 1.B., 72--50--00.)
(12) Install the anti-- icing air valve on the diffuser scroll. (Refer to Anti-- Icing Air System, para 2.B.,
75--10--01.)
(13) Install the anti--icing air line from the anti--icing solenoid to the anti--icing air valve. Tighten
coupling nuts to 200--250 lb in. (23--29 N.m).
(14) Install the propeller reduction gearbox. (Refer to Propeller Reduction Gearbox Replacement,
para 1.B., 72--10--00.)
(15) Install the bleed control valve on the compressor bleed manifold adapter. (Refer to Bleed Air
Control Valve, para 2.B., 75--10--02.)
(16) Apply anti--seize compound lightly to the threads then install the pressure elbow with new
packing in the scroll.
(17) Install pressure sensing line between bleed valve and pressure probe elbow. Tighten coupling
nuts to 80--120 lb in. (9.0--13.6 N.m). Tighten fitting to 55--80 lb in. (6.2--9.0 N.m).
(18) Attach the scroll--to--Pc filter tube assy to the scroll and to the forward end of the Pc filter.
Attach the Pc filter--to--governor tube assy to the aft end of the filter. Hold the filter with the
proper wrench at the hex flats of the filter assembly. Tighten coupling nuts to 80--120 lb in.
(9.0--13.6 N.m). Tighten elbow jam nut to 55--80 lb in. (6.2--9.0 N.m) and secure with lockwire.
(19) Install the compressor oil supply and scavenge lines.
(a) Gearbox--to--tee pressure oil tube. Tighten coupling nuts to 65--100 lb in. (7.3--11.3 N.m).
(b) Tee--to--front support pressure oil tube. Tighten coupling nuts to 65--100 lb in. (7.3--11.3
N.m).
(c) Compressor--to--gearbox scavenge oil tube. Tighten coupling nuts to 150--200 lb in.
(17--23 N.m).
(d) Install tube clamps as shown in Figure 201. Tighten clamp nuts to 35--40 lb in. (3.9--4.5
N.m).
(20) (250--B17/1) only) Install the N2 overspeed cooling air line from the bleed manifold to the N2
overspeed pickup fitting. Tighten coupling nuts to 80--120 lb in. (9.0--13.6 N.m).
(21) Make appropriate entry relative to compressor replacement in the Engine Log.
(22) Check run the engine and select the proper size diffuser vent orifice after compressor
replacement. (Refer to Check Run, para 1. and Diffuser Vent Orifice Selection, para 1.B.,
72--00--00, Engine--Adjustment/Check.)
C. Determining Compressor Mounting Shim Thickness Requirements
(1) Place the compressor in a vertical position (on blocks) with the impeller end up.
NOTE: Be sure the spur adapter gearshaft is match marked to the adapter coupling and the
adapter coupling is match marked to the impeller hub prior to removal.
(2) Before removing the spur adapter gearshaft from the compressor assembly, match mark the
spur adapter gearshaft to the adapter coupling and the adapter coupling to the impeller hub.
(3) Remove the internal retaining ring and remove the spur adapter gearshaft from the
compressor.

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(3) Install and tighten bolt and nut (7) in the rear flange of the bottom half. Use the bolt hole which
is diametrically opposite the top case half bolt.
(4) Loosen the four corner bolts in the horizontal flanges. Allow the horizontal flange to reposition;
then retighten the four bolts (8) to the minimum torque necessary to close the horizontal
splitlines.
(5) Install and tighten one bolt and nut (9) in the front flange at the center hole position (90
degrees from the horizontal flanges).
(6) Loosen and tighten each of the four corner bolts in the horizontal flange using sequence (10)
thru (17).
(7) Install and tighten the remaining 10 horizontal flange bolts and nuts. Tighten all bolts, (18) thru
(27), starting from the rear and alternating from side to side.
(8) Install and tighten the remaining 12 bolts and nuts (28) in the rear flange and the two bolts and
nuts (29), plus nameplate, in the front flange.
WARNING: FAILURE TO PROPERLY INSTALL, ALIGN AND TIGHTEN FUEL, OIL, AND AIR
FITTINGS AND TUBES COULD RESULT IN AN ENGINE FAILURE.
(9) Attach the antiicing air tube to the antiicing air valve and to the front support. Tighten
coupling nuts to 200250 lb in. (2329 N.m).
(10) Install the propeller reduction gearbox. (Refer to Propeller Reduction Gearbox Replacement,
para 1.B., 721000.)
(11) Attach the compressor pressure and scavenge oil tubes:
(a) Install the packing in the front support scavenge fitting. Tighten 3 fitting bolts to 1720 lb
in. and safety wire (2.02.3 N.m). Install the gearbox elbowtofront support scavenge oil
tube. Tighten coupling nuts to 150200 lb in. (1723 N.m).
(b) Install the gearbox teetopressure reducer pressure oil tube. Tighten coupling nuts to
65100 lb in. (7.311.3 N.m).
(12) Apply engine oil or petrolatum to the bleed manifold flange and RTV 732 to bleed adapter
mating flange.
(13) Install bleed adapter to bleed manifold; tighten bolts and nuts within 15 minutes of applying
RTV sealant.
(14) Apply antiseize compound to the bolt threads; then install the bleed control valve and gasket
on the compressor bleed adapter flange.
(15) Retain with three nuts, bolts and washers. Tighten the 1/428 nut to 7085 lb in. (7.99.6
N.m); tighten the remaining two nuts to 3540 lb in. (3.94.5 N.m).
(16) Install the bleed control valve pressure sensing line between the elbows at the valve and the
fitting at the scroll. Tighten coupling nuts to 80120 lb in. (9.013.6 N.m).
(17) Position engine in turnover stand with the compressor inlet at the top.
(18) Turn the compressor rotor using 6799790 engine turning adapter through the startergenerator
pad. Use a wrench to rotate the turning adapter. Minor blade tip rub (evidenced by feel or
noise) is acceptable. The rotor should not lock up.
(19) As an alternate method, motor the engine with the starter and without ignition to 1015% N1
speed. Listen for noise indicating a rub condition caused by case misalignment.
(20) Check run the engine after compressor case replacement. (Refer to Check Run, para 1.,
720000, EngineAdjustment/Test.)

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(16) Visually align the pin of the bearing housing with the hole in the compressor front support; then
install the bearing housing in the front support.
(17) Lubricate the threads of the bearing housing with antiseize compound.
(18) Secure the housing to the front support with a nut. Tighten nut to 35--40 lb in. (3.9--4.5 N.m).
CAUTION: DO NOT FORCE THE SUPPORT FLANGE INTO THE COMPRESSOR CASE
PILOT----LOOSEN THE COMPRESSOR CASE HORIZONTAL SPLITLINE BOLTS AS
NECESSARY FOR EASE OF ASSEMBLY; REMOVE ONE CASE HALF, IF NECESSARY.
(19) Install the front support on the compressor assembly. Use care when slipping the carbon seal
over the No. 1 bearing rollers. This part is indexed correctly when the scavenge fitting is
located at the six oclock position on the compressor.
(20) Install the identification plate and six support--to--compressor case bolts and nuts. Tighten
bolts to minimum torque necessary to seat the front support.
(21) Tighten compressor case splitline bolts and nuts. (For torque and tightening sequence, refer
to para 2.D., this section.)
(22) Tighten front support--to--compressor case bolts and nuts to 10--15 lb in. (1.1--1.7 N.m) plus
locknut drag.
(23) Attach the anti--icing air tube to the anti--icing air valve and to the front support. Tighten
coupling nuts to 200--250 lb in. (23--28 N.m).
(24) Attach the compressor pressure and scavenge oil tubes:
(a) Install the packing in the front support scavenge fitting. Tighten three fitting bolts to
17--20 lb in. (2.0--2.3 N.m) and safety wire. Install the gearbox--to--front support scavenge
oil tube. Tighten coupling nut to 150--200 lb in. (17--23 N.m).
(b) Install the gearbox tee--to--pressure reducer pressure oil tube. Tighten coupling nuts to
65--100 lb in. (7.3--11.3 N.m).
(25) After complete assembly of the compressor, check the compressor rotor for freedom of operation.
If compressor drag or rubbing is detected either by feel or by sound, investigate to determine the
cause by removing one or both halves of the case assembly. Minor blade tip rub is acceptable.
(26) Check run the engine after seal or bearing replacement. (Refer to Check Run, para 1.,
72--00--00, Engine--Adjustment/Test.)
4. Compressor Front Bearing and/or Oil Seal Replacement (Engine Installed)
This is an alternate procedure for replacing the compressor front bearing and/or oil seal. It is
accomplished while the engine is installed and in a horizontal position.
CAUTION: THIS ALTERNATE PROCEDURE INVOLVES GREATER RISK OF PART DAMAGE AND
ASSEMBLY ERROR THAN THE PREFERRED PROCEDURE (PARAGRAPH 3., THIS
SECTION). THE ALTERNATE PROCEDURE IS RECOMMENDED FOR SKILLED
MECHANICS HAVING APPROVAL OF THEIR DISTRIBUTOR.
A. Removal and Installation
(1) Support the compressor rotor in the compressor case by carefully installing shim stock
between the first--stage wheel blade tips and the compressor case. Install the shim stock
through the open end of the compressor front support at three equally spaced locations. One
location shall be at the six oclock position.
CAUTION: IN ORDER TO ENSURE REMOVAL OF THE SHIM STOCK AFTER COMPLETION
OF THE BEARING AND/OR SEAL REPLACEMENT, ATTACH A STRING OR
STREAMER TO THE PROTRUDING END OF THE SHIM STOCK BEFORE IT IS
INSERTED INTO THE COMPRESSOR.
(2) Replace the compressor front bearing and/or oil seal in the same manner as used in the
Engine Removed procedure (para 3.A. and 3.B., this section).
(3) Once the compressor front support is properly installed, remove the shims from between the
first--stage wheel blade tips and the case halves.
(4) Check run the engine. (Refer to Check Run, para 1., 72--00--00, Engine--Adjustment/Test.)

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ANTIICING AIR VALVESMAINTENANCE PRACTICES


1. General
On the 250B17F Series engine there is an electrically operated solenoid valve used to control the flow
of antiicing air. The antiicing air valve is mounted on the scroll; the solenoid which operates the
antiicing air valve is mounted on the horizontal firewall shield.
2. Replacement (See Figure 201)
A. Antiicing Air Valve Removal
(1) Disconnect the antiicing air line between the valve and the front support.
(2) Disconnect the line between the antiicing air valve and the antiicing solenoid valve.
(3) Remove lockwire and two bolts and separate the valve assembly from the scroll. Discard
metallic packing.
(4) Disassemble the antiicing air valve as follows:
(a) Remove the reducer from the valve. Discard metallic packing.
(b) Using a 1/4in. (6 mm) Allen wrench, remove the spring retainer from the valve body.
(c) Remove the spring and piston from the valve body.
B. Antiicing Air Valve Installation
WARNING: FAILURE TO PROPERLY INSTALL, ALIGN AND TIGHTEN FUEL, OIL, AND AIR
FITTINGS AND TUBES COULD RESULT IN AN ENGINE FAILURE.
(1) Assemble the antiicing air valve as follows:
(a) Insert the spring in the piston. Install spring and piston in the valve body.
(b) Install the spring retainer. Tighten retainer to 3540 lb in. (3.94.5 N.m) using 1/4in. (6
mm) Allen wrench.
(c) Place a new metallic packing on the reducer and install the reducer in the valve body.
Retain the valve body by the mounting flange and tighten the reducer to 100130 lb in.
(1115 N.m).
(2) Install the valve with a new metallic ring gasket on the scroll. The reducer end of the valve
goes toward the rear of the engine. Retain with two bolts which have been lightly coated with
antiseize compound. Tighten bolts to 1720 lb in. (1.92.3 N.m) and secure with lockwire.
(3) Reconnect the air tube between the antiicing air valve and the front support. Tighten coupling
nuts to 150200 lb in. (1723 N.m).
(4) Reconnect the air tube between the antiicing air valve and the solenoid valve. Tighten
coupling nuts to 65100 lb in. (7.311.3 N.m).
C. Antiicing Solenoid Valve Removal
(1) Disconnect the electrical harness from the solenoid.
(2) Disconnect the antiicing valvetoantiicing solenoid valve air tube.
(3) Remove the two bolts and nuts and separate the valve from the bracket on the horizontal
firewall shield.

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