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RAINBOW AIR PRIVATE LIMITED

CHENNAI

MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST

CESSNA CITATION-560XL

This MEL is customized for Cessna Citation 560XL aircraft, VT-SWC, S/N: 5168

MEL Issue – 1, Revision 0 MMEL Revision 6


Dated: January, 2012 Dated: 13th January, 2012

Approved vide DGCA letter No. A7/SWC/1247, Dated: 26/06/2012


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RECORD OF REVISIONS
MMEL Rev No. Date MEL Issue No. Date MEL Rev No. Date

6 13/01/2012 1 Jan 2012 0 Jan 2012


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INDEX
1. Record of revision 00-2
2. List of effective pages 00-3
3. Index 00-4
4. Notes and Definitions 00-5
5. Preamble 00-6
6. Abbreviations 00-7
7. MEL Contents 00-8
8. MEL
Chapter 21 Air Conditioning 9-1
Chapter 22 Auto Flight 9-4
Chapter 23 Communications 9-5
Chapter 24 Electrical Power 9-9
Chapter 25 Equipment / Furnishings 9-9
Chapter 26 Fire Protection 9-13
Chapter 27 Flight Controls 9-14
Chapter 28 Fuel 9-15
Chapter 30 Ice and Rain Protection 9-15
Chapter 31 Indicating and Recording Systems 9-17
Chapter 33 Lights 9-24
Chapter 34 Navigation 9-27
Chapter 35 Oxygen 9-35
Chapter 38 Water / Waste 9-36
Chapter 45 Maintenance computer 9-37
Chapter 46 Information Systems 9-37
Chapter 49 Airborne Auxiliary Power 9-37
Chapter 52 Doors 9-37
Chapter 73 Engine Fuel and Control 9-39
Chapter 76 Engine Controls 9-39
Chapter 77 Engine Indicating 9-39
Chapter 78 Engine Exhaust 9-40
9. Appendix ‘A’ – Non essential equipment & furnishings (NEF) 1-1 to 8-14
10. MEL – Section II Operations & Maintenance (O&M) procedures.
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NOTES AND DEFINITIONS

A. System definitions.
System numbers are based on Air Transport Association (ATA) specification number 100
and items are numbered sequentially in accordance with relevant Master Minimum
Equipment List.
1. “Item” (Column 1) means the equipment, system, component, or function listed in the
“Item” column. Alphabetical symbols in column 1 specify the repair intervals as mentioned
in the preamble.
2. “Number Installed” (Column 2) is the number (quantity) of items installed in the aircraft.
3. “Number” required for dispatch (Column 3) is the minimum number (quantity) of items
required for operation provided the conditions specified in column 4 are met.
4. “-“symbol in column 2 and/or column 3 indicates a variable number (quantity) of the item
installed.
5. “Remarks or Exceptions” in column 4 includes a statement prohibiting or permitting
operation with a specific number of items inoperative, provisos (conditions and limitations)
for such operation and appropriate notes.
‘Notes’ in column 4 provides additional information for crew members or maintenance
consideration. Notes are used to identify applicable material which is intended to assist
with compliance, but do not relieve the operator of the responsibility for compliance with
all applicable requirements. Notes are not a part of the proviso.
6. Airplane Flight Manual: is the document required for type certification and approved by
FAA. The approved AFM for the specific aircraft is listed in the applicable Type Certificate
Data sheet.
7. “Civil Aviation requirements” (CAR): means the applicable portion of the civil aviation
requirements.
8. “Flight Day” means a 24 hour period (from midnight to midnight) either universal co-
ordinate time (UCT) or local time as established by the operator during which at least one
flight is initiated for the affected aircraft.
9. “Icing Conditions” means atmospheric environment that may cause ice to form on the
aircraft or in the engines.
10. “Inoperative” means a system and/or components malfunction to the extent that it does
not accomplish its intended purpose and/or is not consistently functioning normally within
its approved operating limit(s) or tolerance(s).
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PREAMBLE

1. This MEL has been prepared in accordance with CAR Section 2, Series B, Part I and is
based on the FAA approved MMEL in respect of Cessna Citation 560XL aircraft.
2. Defects are encountered during operation of aircraft for which repair facilities may not
exist at transit stations. Modern aircraft of today have inherent safeguards introduced into
it at the design stage in the form duplicated systems and components and redundancy in
systems. Hence, flight of these aircraft from transit stations may be permitted even with
the existence of certain system defects, which do not endanger the safety of the aircraft
and its occupants. This not only reduces unnecessary engineering costs but also reduces
passenger discomfort associated with delays to services.
3. The MEL contains a list of items of equipments, which may remain in-operative for a
limited period without adversely affecting the safety and the airworthiness of the aircraft.
Equipment that are not required to be operative by the kind of the operation being
conducted and equipment in excess of CAR requirements are included in the MEL with
appropriate conditions and limitations. When the aircraft is operated under the provisions
of MEL it must be ensured that the aircraft flight manual limitations and emergency
procedures or ADs or DGCA mandatory modifications are adhered to.
4. When a defect is encountered at base or outstation all efforts shall be made to rectify the
defect, however, due to non-availability of spare or insufficient time repair cannot be
effected then the rectification of the defect, if covered under MEL, may be deferred for a
maximum period as defined below. For the purpose of MEL, Chennai is considered as
main base and all other stations as transit station.
5. For the purpose of defining repair interval, the MEL items are categorized at cat A,B,C
and D which is noted in column 1 against each item. The repair intervals are:
Category A - Should be repaired within the time interval specified in the remarks column
of the same item.
Category B - Should be repaired within three consecutive calendar days excluding the
day the malfunction was recorded.
For example, if it were recorded at IST on January 26th, the three-day interval would begin
at midnight of the 26th and end at midnight of the 29th.
Category C - Should be repaired within ten (10) consecutive calendar days excluding the
day the malfunction was recorded.
For example, if it were recorded at IST on January 26th the 10 days interval would begin
at midnight of the 26th and end at midnight of 5th February.
Category D - Should be repaired within one hundred and twenty (120) consecutive
calendar days excluding the day the malfunction was recorded.
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6. For the sake of brevity, the MEL does not include obviously required items like engines,
wings, landing gear, etc. also the list may not include items which do not pertain to
systems related to airworthiness of the aircraft and can be allowed to be inoperative such
as galley equipment, entertainment systems, passenger convenience items, etc. Items of
equipment related to airworthiness of aircraft and not include in the MEL are automatically
required to be operating. All the items of MMEL have been included in the MEL for easy
reference. Items not installed on the aircraft have been remarked suitably.
7. Whenever the aircraft is released with systems / units inoperative as indicated in the MEL,
appropriate entries must be made by the AME / concerned person(s) in flight report book
and the crew briefed so that appropriate alternate procedures / operational limitations
may be followed where necessary.
8. All inoperative items must be placarded to inform and remind the crew members and
maintenance personnel of the equipment condition and appropriate action taken. The
item / equipment should be deactivated and secured before the aircraft can be released
under MEL. To the extent possible placards should be located adjacent to the control or
indicator of the item / system affected.
9. No aircraft should be dispatched under MEL with multiple items inoperative without first
determining that any interface or inter – relationship between inoperative systems and
components will not result in degradation in the level of safety and / or undue increase in
crew workload.
10. MEL can be invoked by appropriately licensed AME / person especially approved /
approved basic license holder / approved pilot. However approved pilot shall invoke MEL
in respect of those MEL items only which do not require maintenance action / procedure
and also there is no occurrence of an incident / accident
11. While invoking MEL, following condition shall be fulfilled:
a. When defect is encountered at the base and could not be repaired due to
insufficient time or non-availability of spares, the aircraft may be released from the
base under MEL by the concerned AME with prior concurrence of Quality control
Manager or Maintenance Manager.
12. In all cases when AME releases the aircraft under provision of MEL, he shall record in the
defect rectification column of flight report book ‘Aircraft released under MEL item
No………maintenance action as necessary has been taken’. He should also record the
MEL release in deferred maintenance giving date and time, nature of defect, MEL item
number and rectification period as per MEL category. All these statement shall be signed
by AME.
13. Aircraft wise register of all invoked MEL items, dates of invocation and date revocation of
MEL shall be maintained by the operator at the main base.
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14. RAINBOW AIR PRIVATE LIMITED has developed a nonessential equipment and
furnishings policy and procedures program (NEF program – Appendix ‘A’ of this MEL)
based on following documentation.
• FAA order 8900.10, volume 4, chapter 4 and
• MMEL Global change GC-138 (PL-116)
• FAA infor 08009 dated 17/01/2008
• MMEL IG-Universal NEF list
• Part 91 example NEF program
These items are monitored separately and entry will be made in the PDR by the AME /
approved person.
Notwithstanding the MEL, an AME need not release the aircraft or a pilot need not accept
the aircraft for flight if it is considered that it is unsafe to do so. The PIC’s decision will
hold precedence over any procedures suggested in this list when conditions require more
stringent serviceability requirements.
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ABBRIVIATIONS
ADF Automatic Direction Finder
AFM Airplane Flight Manual
AME Aircraft Maintenance Engineer
ATA Air Transport Association
AUX Auxiliary
CAR Civil Aviation Requirement
CVR Cockpit Voice Recorder
DME Distance Measuring Equipment
ELT Emergency Locator Transmitter
FDR Flight Data Recorder
FRB Flight Report Book
GPAAS Ground Proximity Alert Advisory System
GPS Global Positioning System
GPWS Ground Proximity Warning System
HF High Frequency
IFR Instrument Flight Rules
ILS Instrument Landing System
MEL Minimum Equipment List
MMEL Master Minimum Equipment List
PIC Pilot in Command
QM Quality Manager
RMI Radio Magnetic Indicator
RNAV Radio Navigation
RPM Revolution Per Minute
TCAD Traffic Collision Avoidance Device
TCAS Traffic Collision Avoidance System
VFR Visual Flight Rules
VHF Very High Frequency
VMC Visual Meteorological Condition
VOR Very High Frequency Omni Range
XFR Transfer
IMC Instrument Meteorological Conditions
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CH. 21 – AIRCONDITIONING:
-20-01 Display Guidance Computer (DGC) fan (IC FAN 1 or 2 ) ( Units 5001-6000) 9-1
-20-02 Display Unit (DU) Fan (DU 1, 2 or 3) Annunciator (Units 5501-6000) 9-1
-20-03 Radome Fan (Units 5001 – 6000) 9-1
-20-04 Cockpit air outlet 9-1
-20-05 Cabin air outlet 9-1
-21-01 Overhead Cabin Blower / Wemac Boost Fan (Units 5001-5500) 9-1
-21-02 Cockpit Recirculation Fan 9-1
-30-01 Emergency Pressurization System 9-1
-30-02 Cabin Pressurization System 9-1
-32-01 Cabin Differential Pressure guage 9-2
-32-02 Cabin Altimeter 9-2
-32-03 Cabin Rate Indicator 9-2
-33-01 Outflow Valve 9-2
-33-02 Flow Control and Shutoff valve 9-3
-50-01 Air Cycle Machine 9-3
-50-02 Freon/ R134a Air Conditioning System (Units 5001-5500) 9-3
-60-01 Cockpit/Cabin Air Temperature Control System 9-3
-61-01 Cabin Temperature Remote Controller System 9-4
-62-01 Cabin Temperature Indicator 9-4
-62-02 Cockpit Temperature Indicator 9-4
CH. 22 – AUTO FLIGHT:
-10-01 Autopilot 9-4
-10-02 Yaw Damper 9-4
-10-03 Autopilot Disconnect Functions (Red, Yoke Mounted Quick Release controls) 9-4
-10-04 Go-Around Button 9-5
-10-05 Autopilot/Flight Director Touch Control Steering (TCS or AP SYNC) 9-5
CH. 23 – COMMUNICATIONS:
-00-01 Communications Systems (VHF, UHF) 9-5
-00-02 Flight phone system 9-5
-00-03 Radio tuning control on cursor control panel (CCP) (Units 6001 and on) 9-5
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-00-04 SATCOM 9-5
-00-05 Radio Management unit (RMU) (Units 5001-6000) 9-5
-00-06 Cockpit voice recorder (CVR) 9-6
-10-01 High frequency (HF) communication system 9-6
-10-02 High frequency (HF) externally mounted wire antenna 9-7
-20-01 Selective call (SELCAL) systems 9-7
-20-02 Individual SELCAL (VHF/UHF/HF) channel 9-7
-20-03 Datalink (AFIS/ ACARS/UNILINK) 9-7
-40-01 Passenger address (PA) system 9-7
-40-02 Automatic cabin briefer 9-7
-50-01 Cockpit overhead communication speaker 9-7
-50-02 Hand-held-microphone 9-8
-50-03 Headset / Boom Microphones 9-8
-50-04 Headset Audio system (Excluding headset / Boom microphone) 9-8
-60-01 Static wick 9-8
CH. 24 – ELECTRICAL POWER:
-00-01 Ground power dispatch switch 9-9
-21-01 AC bearing (AC BEARING, L or R Annunciator illuminated) 9-9
-31-01 Battery temperature indicator 9-9
-35-01 Engine driven generator 9-9
-35-02 Auxiliary power unit (APU) generating system 9-9
-40-01 External power receptacle 9-9
-50-01 AC cockpit outlet 9-9
CH. 25 – EQUIPMENT/FURNISHINGS:
-00-01 Required documents holder (Airworthiness certificate, registration etc.,) 9-9
-00-02 Security system 9-9
-10-01 Flight crew seat 9-10
-10-02 Pilot or copilot eye locator reference ball 9-10
-10-03 Yoke mounted chart holder 9-10
-10-04 Yoke mounted chart holder light 9-10
-10-05 Cockpit flashlight holder assembly 9-10
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-10-06 Cockpit sunvisor system and/or attach mechanism 9-11
-10-07 Cockpit assist handle 9-11
-20-01 Passenger seat 9-11
-20-02 Non-essential equipment & furnishings(NEF) 9-12
-20-03 Refreshment centre 9-12
-40-01 Exterior lavatory door ashtray 9-12
-60-01 Emergency vision assurance system (EVAS) 9-12
-60-02 Emergency medical equipment 9-12
-61-01 Life preserver (crew and passenger) 9-12
-62-01 Emergency locator transmitter (ELT) 9-13
-64-01 Life raft 9-13
CH. 26 – FIRE PROTECTION:
-10-01 APU fire detection system 9-13
-11-01 Baggage smoke detector 9-13
-12-01 Lavatory smoke detector 9-13
-22-01 Portable fire extinguisher 9-13
CH. 27 – FLIGHT CONTROLS:
-20-01 Rudder pedal adjustment system 9-14
-31-01 Elevator Electric trim 9-14
-31-02 Elevator trim position indicator tip 9-14
-42-01 Horizontal stabilizer actuator 9-14
-51-01 Flap position indicator tip 9-14
-60-01 Speed brake system 9-14
-70-01 Control lock system 9-14
CH. 28 – FUEL:
-00-01 Single point refueling system 9-15
-10-01 Over wing refueling cap lock 9-15
-40-01 Fuel low level indicating system 9-15
-41-01 Wing tank fuel quantity indicating system 9-15
-43-01 Fuel temperature indication 9-15
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CH. 30 – ICE AND RAIN PROTECTION:
-00-01 Drain mast heater 9-15
-00-02 Rosemount ram air temperature (RAT) probe heater (units 5001 – 6000) 9-15
-10-01 Wing bleed air anti-ice system failed off (No Flow) 9-15
-10-02 Pneumatic tail De-ice system 9-16
-20-01 Engine anti-ice system 9-16
-30-01 Pilot and Co-Pilot Pitot heater 9-16
-30-02 Pilot and Co-Pilot Static port heater 9-16
-40-01 Rain removal system (Forced air) 9-17
-40-02 Windshield anti-ice system 9-17
-40-03 Surface seal protection system 9-17
CH. 31 – INDICATING / RECORDING SYSTEMS:
-00-01 Quick access recorder (QAR) 9-17
-10-01 Auto pilot mode controller AP button light (Unit 5001 – 6000) 9-17
-10-02 Auto pilot mode controller YD engage light (Unit 5001 – 6000) 9-17
-20-01 Auxiliary power unit (APU) hour meter 9-17
-20-02 Clock 9-17
-20-03 MAX-VIZ EVS-1000 enhanced vision system (EVS) 9-17
-20-04 Flight hour meter 9-18
-20-05 N1 reminder (Mechanical or electric) (Units 5001-6000) 9-18
-20-06 Throttle detent indicating light/indication (Units 5001-6000) 9-18
-30-01 Flight data recorder (FDR) system 9-18
-50-01 AIR DUCT O’HEAT, CKPT or CAB annunciator (Units 5001-6000) 9-18
-50-03 APU oil service light 9-18
-50-04 Battery overtemp indication 9-19
-50-05 Cabin altitude warning system indication 9-19
-50-06 Cabin door indication 9-19
-50-07 Cabin door seal indication 9-20
-50-08 Emergency pressurization indication 9-20
-50-09 Engine anti ice indication 9-20
-50-10 Exterior door unlocked indication 9-21
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-50-11 Fuel quantity fault monitoring system 9-21
-50-12 Generator (D.C.) indication 9-21
-50-13 Hydraulic flow indication 9-22
-50-14 Hydraulic fluid level indication 9-22
-50-15 Lavatory door indication 9-22
-50-16 Master warning / caution light system 9-22
-50-17 Pitot/static heater indication 9-23
-50-18 TAWS annunciator (PULL UP, TERRAIN, BELOW G/S) ( Units 5001-5500) 9-23
-50-19 Wing anti-ice indication 9-23
-50-20 YD ENGAGE switch annunciator (Units 5001-6000) 9-23
-50-21 Flight director mode selector annunciator (Units 5001-6000) 9-23
CH. 33 – LIGHTS:
-10-01 Cockpit and instrument lighting system 9-24
-10-02 Windshield ice detect light 9-24
-20-01 Cabin interior lighting system (excludes cabin emergency lighting system) 9-24
-20-02 Divider accent light 9-24
-20-03 Lighted passenger information sign (excludes cabin emergency lighting system) 9-25
-20-04 Exit sign lighting (incandescent) 9-25
-20-05 Light source for pyramid exit sign (LED) (Units 5501 and on) 9-25
-40-01 Anti-collision light system (strobe) 9-25
-40-02 Fuselage mounted taxi/landing light 9-25
-40-03 Ground recognition light (flashing beacon) 9-25
-40-04 Logo light 9-25
-40-05 Position (navigation) light system 9-25
-40-06 Pulse light system 9-26
-40-07 Tail cone baggage compartment light 9-26
-40-08 Tail cone maintenance compartment light 9-26
-40-09 Toilet service light 9-26
-40-10 Wing inspection light 9-26
-40-11 Wing leading edge landing light 9-26
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-40-12 Wingtip mounted recognition light 9-26
-50-01 Exterior emergency light 9-26
-50-03 Dropped aisle light system 9-26
-50-04 LED light source for emergency exit (Escape hatch) 9-27
CH. 34 – NAVIGATION:
-00-01 Course selector knob 9-27
-00-02 Moving map display 9-27
-00-03 VHF navigation system 9-27
-18-01 Angle of attack gauge (units 5001-5500) 9-27
-18-02 Angle of attack indexer 9-27
-18-03 Angle of attack probe heater 9-27
-20-01 Slip-skid indicator (Bezel mounted inclinometer) (Units 5001-5500) 9-28
-23-01 Non-stabilized magnetic compass 9-28
-25-01 Display controller – Honeywell 9-28
-25-02 Multi-function display unit (MFD) (Units 5001-6000) 9-30
-25-03 Display controller – Collins (Units 5001-6000) 9-30
-25-04 Co-pilot multi function display (MFD) (Units 6001 and on) 9-30
-25-05 Flight director system 9-30
GH-3000 electronic standby instrument system heading information (Units 5001-
-25-07 9-31
6000)
-25-08 Standby HIS heading information (Units 5001-6000) 9-31
-34-01 Marker beacon receiver system 9-31
-35-01 Heads-up display (HUD) 9-31
-42-01 Weather radar system 9-31
Terrain awareness warning system (TAWS) / ground proximity warning system
-44-01 9-31
(GPWS) with Class A TAWS required.
Terrain awareness warning system (TAWS) / Ground proximity warning system
-44-02 9-32
with class B TAWS require.
-44-03 Class C TAWS / GPWS equipment 9-32
-44-04 Radio Altimeter system 9-33
-44-05 Altitude alerting system aural and visual alerts 9-33
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-45-01 Traffic alert and collision avoidance system (TCAS I) 9-33
-45-02 Traffic alert and collision avoidance system (TCAS II) 9-33
-46-01 Lightning detection system 9-34
-51-01 Distance measuring equipment (DME) systems 9-34
-52-01 ATC transponders and automatic altitude reporting systems 9-34
-55-01 Automatic direction finding (ADF) system 9-35
-57-01 Number two global positioning system 9-35
-60-01 Flight management system (FMS) 9-35
CH. 35 – OXYGEN:
-00-01 Oxygen tank fill port 9-35
-00-02 Oxygen servicing panel pressure gauge 9-35
-00-03 Blowout disc / Green Label 9-35
-10-01 EROS crew oxygen mask tension control system 9-35
-20-01 Passenger oxygen system 9-36
-30-01 Protective breathing equipment (PBE) 9-36
-30-02 Portable oxygen bottles 9-36
CH. 38 – WATER / WASTE:
-00-01 Overboard drain 9-36
-10-01 Portable water systems 9-36
-30-01 Lavatory waste systems 9-36
CH. 45 – MAINTENANCE COMPUTER
-00-01 Maintenance diagnostic computer (MDC) system 9-37
CH. 46 – INFORMATION SYSTEMS:
-00-01 Electronic flight bag (EFB) system 9-37
-00-02 Electronic checklist system 9-37
-00-05 Dedicated EFB power connection (does not include AC cockpit outlet) 9-37
CH. 49 – AIRBORNE AUXILIARY POWER:
-20-01 Auxiliary power unit (APU) 9-37
-30-01 APU fuel shutoff valve 9-37
-50-01 APU bleed air valve 9-37
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CH. 52 – DOORS:
-00-01 Cockpit divider door/curtain 9-37
-10-01 Cabin door primary seal 9-38
-10-02 Cabin door secondary seal 9-38
-10-03 Cabin door acoustic seal 9-38
-10-04 Cabin door key lock 9-38
-10-05 Cabin vent door 9-38
-30-01 Baggage compartment door key lock 9-38
-40-01 Left nose avionics compartment key lock 9-38
-40-02 Right nose avionics compartment key lock 9-38
-40-03 Tailcone maintenance access door key lock 9-38
Battery compartment door key lock for 560-5001 thru 5187, which do not have
-42-01 9-39
SB560XL-52-09
-46-01 Single point refueling system door key lock 9-39
CH. 73 – ENGINE FUEL & CONTROL:
-30-01 Fuel flow indicating system 9-39
CH. 76 – ENGINE CONTROLS:
-00-01 Electronic engine control (EEC) ( Units 5001-6000) 9-39
-01-01 Engine synchronizer system 9-39
CH. 77 – ENGINE INDICATING:
-14-01 N1 indicators 9-39
-32-01 Engine vibration monitor system 9-39
CH. 78 – ENGINE EXHAUST:
-30-01. Thrust reversers 9-40
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Sequence ITEM 3. Number Installed
Numbers 4. Minimum Number required for Dispatch.
5. Remarks or Exceptions.
21 - AIR CONDITIONING

-20-01 Display Guidance Computer B 2 0 (O) May be inoperative provided operations are conducted
(DGC) Fan (IC FAN 1 or 2) per Airplane Flight Manual limitations and IC FAN 1 or 2
(Units 5001 – 6000) abnormal procedures.

-20-02 Display unit (DU) fan (DU 1,2 - - Not applicable


or 3) annunciator (units 5501-
6000)

-20-03 Radome Fan C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided operations are conducted
(Units 5001 – 6000) per Airplane Flight Manual limitations and RADOME
FAN abnormal procedures including a maximum ground
operation time of 30 minutes with avionics on.

-20-04 Cockpit Air Outlet C 2 0

-20-05 Cabin Air Outlet C 10 0

-21-01 Overhead Cabin C 1 0


Blower/WemacBoost Fan
(Units 5001-5500)

-21-02 Cockpit Recirculation Fan C 1 0

-30-01 Emergency Pressurization C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided:


System a) Air cycle machine is operative,
b) Both left and right bleed sources are operative, and
c) Aircraft is operated at FL 250 or below
-30-02 Cabin pressurization system

1) Autoschedule Control Mode C 1 0 May be inoperative provided :


a) Manual control mode is operative,
b) Cabin differential pressure gauge is operative,
c) Cabin altimeter is operative,
d) Cabin rate indicator is operative, and
e) Aircraft is operated at FL 410 or below.

2) Isobaric Control Mode C 1 0 May be inoperative provided:


a) Cabin differential pressure gauge is operative,
b) Cabin altimeter is operative,
c) Cabin rate indicator is operative, and
d) Aircraft is operated at FL 410 or below
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5. Remarks or Exceptions.
21 - AIR CONDITIONING

-32-01 Cabin Differential Pressure C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided:


Gauge (Pressurized) a) Cabin altimeter is operative,
b) Either auto schedule or isobaric control mode is
operative, and
c) A chart is provided and used to convert cabin
and aircraft altitude to differential pressure.

(Unpressurized) C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided:


a) Cabin EMER DUMP is selected ON,
b) Cabin altitude is set to 14,000 feet, and
c) Aircraft is operated at 14,000 feet MSL or
below

32-02 Cabin Altimeter C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided:


(Pressurized) a) Cabin differential pressure gauge is operative, and
b) A chart is provided and used to convert aircraft
altitude and differential pressure to cabin altitude.

(Unpressurized) C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided:


a) Cabin EMER DUMP is selected ON,
b) Cabin altitude is set to 14,000 feet, and
c) Aircraft is operated at 14,000 feet MSL
or below.

-32-03 Cabin Rate Indicator C 1 0 May be inoperative provided:


(Pressurized) a) Cabin altimeter is operative,
b) Cabin differential pressure gauge is operative,
and
c) Either autoschedule or isobaric control mode is
operative.

(Unpressurized) C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided:


a) Cabin EMER DUMP is selected ON,
b) Cabin altitude is set to 14,000 feet, and
c) Aircraft is operated at 14,000 feet MSL or below.

-33-01 Outflow Valve C 2 0 (M) (O) May be inoperative provided:


a) At least one valve is removed,,
b) PRESS SOURCE Selector remains OFF,
c) Cabin EMER DUMP is selected ON,
d) Cabin altitude is set to 14,000 feet, and
e) Aircraft is operated at 14,000 feet MSL or below.
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21 - AIR CONDITIONING

-33-02 Flow control and shutoff valve C 2 0 (O) May be inoperative provided:
(Unpressurized) a) Gravel operations are prohibited
b) Both flow control and shutoff valves are verified
CLOSED
c) PRESS SOURCE Selector remains OFF,
d) Cabin EMER DUMP is selected ON,
e) Cabin altitude is set to 14,000 feet, and
f) Aircraft is operated at 14,000 feet MSL or below.

(Pressurized) C 2 1 (O) One may be inoperative provided:


a) Right side must be operative for gravel operations
b) PRESS SOURCE selector remains on the
operative source,
c) Failed flow control and shutoff valve is CLOSED,
And
d) Aircraft is operated at FL 250or below.

-50-01 Air Cycle Machine C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided:


a) PRESS SOURCE selector remains OFF,
b) Cabin EMER DUMP is selected ON,
c) Cabin altitude is set to 14,000 feet, and
d) Aircraft is operated at 14,000 feet MSL or below.

-50-02 Freon/R134a Air Conditioning 0 0 Not installed.


System (Units 5001 – 5500)

-60-01 Cockpit/Cabin Air Temperature C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided:


Control System a) Cabin PRESS SOURCE Selector remains
OFF,
b) Cabin EMER DUMP is selected ON,
c) Cabin altitude is set to 14,000 feet, and
d) Aircraft is operated at 14,000 feet MSL or
below.

1) Automatic Mode C 2 0 May be inoperative provided the associated air temperature


control system is operative in Manual mode.

2) Manual Mode C 2 0 May be inoperative provided the associated air temperature


control system is operative in Automatic mode.
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21 - AIR CONDITIONING

-61-01 Cabin Temperature Remote D 1 0


Controller System

-62-01 Cabin Temperature Indicator

1) Without Cabin Occupants C 1 0

2) With Cabin Occupants C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided alternate means are
established and used to determine cabin temperature.
-62-02 Cockpit Temperature C 1 0
Indicator

22 - AUTOFLIGHT

-10-01 Autopilot B 1 0 (M) (O) May be inoperative provided:


a) Autopilot is deactivated,
b) Enroute operations do not require its use,
and
c) Approach minimums do not require use of
an autopilot.
d) Aircraft is not operated RVSM

NOTE: Must be operative for operations in RVSM


airspace.

-10-02 Yaw Damper B 1 0 (M) (O) May be inoperative provided:


a) Yaw damper is deactivated, and
b) Autopilot is considered inoperative.

NOTE: Must be operative for operations in RVSM


airspace.

-10-03 Autopilot Disconnect Functions C 2 1 One may be inoperative for pilot not flying provided:
(Red, Yoke Mounted Quick a) Autopilot is not used below 1500 feet AGL,
Release Controls) and
b) Approach minimums do not require use of
the autopilot.

B 2 0 (M) (O) May be inoperative provided:


a) Autopilot is considered inoperative, and
b) Electric trim is considered inoperative.

NOTE: Must be operative for operations in RVSM


airspace.
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22 - AUTOFLIGHT

-10-04 Go-Around Button C 2 1

C 2 0 May be inoperative provided:


a) Flight director is not used for Takeoff or during a
go-around, and
b) Autopilot is disconnected for go-around.

NOTE: FMS missed approach procedure must be


activated via the FMS CDU.
-10-05 Autopilot/Flight Director C 2 0
Touch Control Steering
(TCS or AP SYNC)

23 - COMMUNICATIONS

-00-01 Communications Systems C 2 1 #2 May be inoperative provided:


(VHF) a) Not Powered by the AC Essential Bus
b) Procedures do not require its use.

-00-02 Flight Phone System D - - Not installed

-00-03 Radio Tuning Control on C - - Not applicable


Cursor Control Panel (CCP)
(Units 6001 and on)

-00-04 SATCOM D 1 0 Not activated

-00-05 Radio Management Unit C 2 1 (O) One may be inoperative provided:


(RMU) (Units 5001 – 6000) e) Remaining RMU is operative, and
f) Auxiliary com/Nav control display unit is
verified operative
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23 - COMMUNICATIONS

-00-06 Cockpit Voice Recorder (CVR)

1) Cockpit Voice Recorder (CVR) A 1 1 Must be Operative


System (With Flight Data
Recorder (FDR) Installed).

1. Independent Power source C 1 0

2) Cockpit Voice Recorder (CVR) A - - Not installed


System (Without Flight Data
Recorder Installed).

2. Independent Power source C - - Not applicable

3) Cockpit Voice Recorder (CVR) A - - Not applicable


System (For operators other than
a holder of an Air Carrier or
Commercial Operator
Certificate)

3. Independent Power source C - - Not applicable

-10-01 High Frequency (HF) D 1 0 May be inoperative provided both VHFs operate normally
Communication System and that radio communication can be maintained through
VHF during all phases of flight.

Note: Must be operative for MNPS operations.


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23 - COMMUNICATIONS

-10-02 High Frequency (HF) externally C 1 0 (M) May be inoperative provided:


mounted wire Antenna a) Antenna and associated mounting hardware are
removed, and
b) High frequency (HF) communication system is
considered inoperative.

-20-01 Selective Call (SELCAL) D - - Not installed


System.

20-02 Individual SELCAL D - - Not installed


(VHF/UHF/HF) Channel

-20-03 Datalink C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided alternate procedures are


(AFIS/ACARS/UNILINK) established and used.

Note: Subscription based service status does not


constitute inoperative equipment.

-40-01 Passenger Address (PA) C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided alternate normal,
System abnormal, and emergency procedures, and/or operating
1) Passenger Configuration restrictions are established.

Note: Any function that operates normally may be used.

2) Cargo configuration D - - Not applicable

-40-02 Automatic Cabin Briefer D 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided cabin occupants are
briefed by alternate means

-50-01 Cockpit Overhead C 2 1 One may be inoperative provided:


Communication Speaker a) A headset is installed and used for associated
inoperative speaker including headset use during
emergency procedures.
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23 - COMMINICATIONS

-50-02 Hand- Held Microphone C 2 0 May be inoperative provided associated boom/headset


microphone is operative.

-50-03 Headset / Boom Microphones

1) Headset/Boom Microphone with A 2 0 May be inoperative provided


Cockpit Voice Recorder Equipped to a) Flight data recorder (FDR) operates normally and
Record Boom Microphone with b) Repairs are made within three flight days.
Flight Data Recorder Installed

2) Headset/Boom Microphone with


Cockpit Voice Recorder Not D - - Not applicable
Equipped to Record Boom
Microphone, WITH Flight Data
Recorder Installed

3) Headset/Boom Microphone with


Cockpit Voice Recorder Equipped to A - - Not applicable
Record Boom Microphone
WITHOUT Flight Data Recorder
Installed

4) Headset/Boom Microphone with D - - Not applicable


Cockpit Voice Recorder Not
Equipped to Record Boom
Microphone, WITHOUT Flight Data
Recorder Installed

-50-04 Headset Audio System C 2 0 May be inoperative provided associated cockpit speaker is
(Excluding Headset/Boom operative and used.
Microphone)

-60-01 Static Wick

1. Left Wing C 6 5 Wingtip static wick may be inoperative or missing.

2. Right Wing C 6 5 Wingtip static wick may be inoperative or missing.

3. Empennage Stinger C 1 0

4. Airborne Flight Information C 1 0


system (AFIS)
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24 - ELECTRICAL POWER

-00-01 Ground Power Dispatch Switch C - - Not installed

-21-01 AC Bearing A 2 0 (O) May be inoperative provided:


(AC BEARING, L or R a) Procedures for tracking engine operating time on
annunciator illuminated) affected side are established and used, and
b) AC Alternator Bearing maintenance is
accomplished within time limits required by AC
BEARING L or R annunciator airplane flight
manual procedure.
-31-01 Battery Temperature Indicator C 1 0

-35-01 Engine Driven Generator A 2 1 (O) One may be inoperative provided:


a) Aircraft is equipped with an APU,
b) APU is operative and used entire flight,
c) APU generator is verified operative
d) Aircraft is operated at FL 300 or below, and
e) Repairs are made within three flight days.

-35-02 Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) C 1 0 May be inoperative provided APU generator switch
Generating System remains OFF.

-40-01 External Power Receptacle C 1 0

-50-01 AC Cockpit Outlet C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided alternate procedures are
established and used.

D 1 0 May be inoperative provided procedures do not require its


use.

25 - EQUIPMENT/FURNISHINGS

-00-01 Required Documents Holder D 1 0 (O) May be missing or inoperative provided an alternate
(Airworthiness Certificate, means of securing and displaying the documents is used.
Registration, etc.)

-00-02 Security System D - - Not installed


(Securaplane)
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25 - EQUIPMENT/FURNISHINGS

-10-01 Flight crew Seat (per seat)

1) Armrests C 2 0 May be inoperative provided affected armrest is stowed in


retracted position.
C 2 0 (M) May be inoperative provided affected armrest is
removed.
2) Lumbar Support C - - Not installed.

3) Recline/Tilt Function C 1 0 May be inoperative provided:


a) Affected seat is failed in a position that permits
normal visibility,
b) Full flight control movement is available, and
c) Crewmember can reach all necessary controls
and equipment while restrained.

4) Restraint Buckle Protective C 2 0 May be missing or inoperative.


Padding
5) Thigh Support C 1 0 May be inoperative provided full flight control movement
is available.

6) Vertical Adjustment C 1 0 May be inoperative provided:


a) Affected seat is failed in a position that permits
normal visibility,
b) Full flight control movement is available, and
c) Crewmember can reach all necessary controls and
equipment while restrained.

-10-02 Pilot or Copilot Eye Locator C 2 0 (O) May be inoperative or missing provided alternate
Reference Ball procedures are developed and used for eye position
reference.

-10-03 Yoke Mounted Chart Holder C 2 0

-10-04 Yoke Mounted Chart Holder C 2 0 Not installed.


Light

-10-05 Cockpit Flashlight and Holder


Assembly

1. Flashlight C 2 0 Must be serviceable during night operations.


2. Holder Assembly C - 0 Not installed.
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25 - EQUIPMENT/FURNISHINGS

-10-06 Cockpit Sun visor System D 2 0 May be missing or inoperative provided pilot’s field of
and/or Attach Mechanism vision is not obstructed.

-10-07 Cockpit Assist Handle D 1 0

-20-01 Passenger Seat D 9 0 May be inoperative provided:


(including side facing seats) a) Seat does not block an emergency exit,
b) Seat does not restrict any cabin occupant from
access to the aisle,
c) Affected seat(s) are blocked and placarded "DO
NOT OCCUPY.", and
d) A seat with an inoperative seatbelt is considered
inoperative.
NOTE 2: Affected seat may include the seat near the
inoperative seat
1) Armrest
a) with Recline Mechanism D 6 0 (M) May be inoperative or missing and seat occupied
provided:
a) Armrest does not block an emergency exit,
b) Armrest does not restrict any passenger from
access to the main aircraft aisle, and
c) If armrest is missing, seat is secured in the full
Upright position.

b) Without Recline Mechanism. D 0 0 Not installed

2) Headrest D 6 0 May be inoperative and seat occupied provided headrest is


failed in placarded taxi, takeoff and landing position.

D 6 0 May be missing or inoperative in other than placarded taxi,


takeoff, and landing position provided affected seat is
considered inoperative.

3) Recline Mechanism C 6 0 May be inoperative and seat occupied provided seat is


immovable in full upright position.

D 6 0 (M) May be inoperative and seat occupied provided seat is


secured in the full upright position

4) Floor Tracking Mechanism C - - Not installed

5) Pedestal Tracking and Swivel C - - Not installed


Mechanism

6) Lumbar support D - - Not installed


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25 - EQUIPMENT/FURNISHINGS

-20-02 Non-Essential Equipment & - 0 May be inoperative, damaged or missing provided that the
Furnishings (NEF) item(s) is deferred in accordance with the NEF deferral
program of M/s Rainbow Air Pvt. Ltd.. The NEF, program,
procedures and processes are outlined in the Rainbow Air
Pvt. Ltd. NEF Deferral Program Manual prepared in
accordance with PL116 (MMEL Global change GC-138)
Rev. 1, Dt: 21/12/2007 in Appendix ‘A’ attached after the
MEL.
NOTE: Exterior Lavatory Door Ash Trays are not
considered NEF items.
-20-03 Refreshment Center

1) Hot Liquid Storage System Heater C 1 0 (M) May be inoperative provided system is deactivated.

-40-01 Exterior Lavatory Door A - - Not installed


Ashtray

-60-01 Emergency Vision Assurance D - - Not installed


System (EVAS)

-60-02 Emergency Medical Equipment

1) Automatic External Defibrillator D - - Not installed


(AED) and/or Associated
Equipment

2) Emergency Medical Kit (EMK) D - - Not installed


and/or Associated Equipment

3) First Aid Kit (FAK) and/or D 1 1 First Aid Kit shall remain serviceable and sealed.
Associated Equipment
NOTE: if the seal is broken during bomb threat
inspection or due security reason or due to usage of the
kit and cannot be recertified due to non availability of
qualified doctor, the First Aid Kit may be carried on
board in unsealed condition provided it is recertified at
the first available opportunity or arrival at base,
whichever is earlier.

-61-01 Life Preserver D 11 - Each crew member and all cabin occupants including
(Crew And Passenger) Infants must be provided with approved life vest where
operations require its use.
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-62-01 Emergency Locator Transmitter


(ELT)
1) Survival Type ELTs D - - Not installed

2) Fixed ELTs - 1 1 Must be operative.

-64-01 Life Raft D - - Not installed

NOTE: For operations over water away at a distance of


more than 200 NM (370 KM), life saving rafts in
sufficient numbers to carry all persons on board, must
be stowed so as to facilitate their ready use in
emergency.
26 - FIRE PROTECTION

-10-01 APU Fire Detection System C 1 0 May be inoperative provided:


a) APU is considered inoperative, and
b) Other procedures do not require use of the
APU.

-11-01 Baggage Smoke Detector C - - Not installed.

-12-01 Lavatory Smoke Detector C - - Not installed

-22-01 Portable Fire Extinguisher D 2 1 One may be inoperative or missing provided at least one
serviceable Halon Fire Extinguisher is available in the
cockpit at all times and:
a) Inoperative fire extinguisher is tagged inoperative,
removed from the installed location and stored out
of sight so it cannot be mistaken for a functional
unit, and
b) Required distribution is maintained.
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27 - FLIGHT CONTROLS

-20-01 Rudder Pedal Adjustment B 4 2 (M) (O) May be inoperative provided:


System a) Two pedal adjustments are not inoperative at the same
pilot station,
b) Affected pedal is positioned in a detent and adjustment
mechanism is secured from movement,
c) Unaffected pedal is adjusted to match affected pedal,
and
d) Pilot with affected pedal verifies full control movement
and brake application is available while restrained, prior
to each flight.

-31-01 Elevator Electric Trim B 1 0 (M) (O) May be inoperative provided:


a) Electric trim system is deactivated, and
b) Autopilot is considered inoperative.
NOTE: Must be operative for operations in RVSM
airspace.

-31-02 Elevator Trim Position Indicator C 1 0 (M) May be missing provided an alternate means of
Tip marking Indicator Tip is established and used.

-42-01 Horizontal Stabilizer Actuator A 1 0 (M) (O) May be inoperative provided:


a) Horizontal stabilizer is in the negative (–) 2 degree
(takeoff) position,
b) STAB CONTROL circuit breaker is pulled and secured,
c) Airspeed is limited to 200 knots/.62 M or less,
d) Touch and go landings are not conducted,
e) Aircraft is operated at FL 410 or below, and
f) Repairs are made within two flight days.

-51-01 Flap Position Indicator Tip C 1 0 (M) May be missing provided an alternate means of
marking Indicator Tip is established and used.

-60-01 Speed Brake System B 1 0 (M) (O) May be inoperative provided:


a) Speed brakes are secured stowed,
b) Aircraft is operated at 41,000 feet MSL or below,
c) Maximum airspeed for operation is limited to
Vmo/Mmo of 280 KIAS and .70 mach respectively, and
d) Steep approaches are not conducted.

-70-01 Control Lock System C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative in the unlocked position provided
full flight control and throttle movement is available.
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28 - FUEL

-00-01 Single Point Refueling System C 1 0

1) Locking Dust Cap Deleted Revision 6

-10-01 Over Wing Refueling Cap Lock D 2 0

-40-01 Fuel Low Level Indicating A 2 1 (O) One may be inoperative provided:
System a) Procedures for monitoring fuel quantity are
established and used, and
b) Repairs are made within three flight days.

-41-01 Wing Tank Fuel Quantity Deleted Revision 6


Indicating System

-43-01 Fuel Temperature Indication C 2 1

30 - ICE AND RAIN PROTECTION

-00-01 Drain Mast Heater C 1 0 (M) May be inoperative provided:


a) Refreshment center drains and lavatory basins are
not used, and
b) Any remaining ice and/or fluid is removed from
the refreshment center.
c) Hot liquid overfill drain is placarded “DRAIN
HEAT INOP, DO NOT USE”.
d) A placard is placed on the instrument panel stating
“Pilot Relief Tube INOP” and Pilot Relief Tube is
not used, if relief tube installed.
Note: Must be serviceable during adverse weather
/Monsoon conditions

-00-02 Rosemount Ram Air Temperature C 1 0 May be inoperative provided:


(RAT) Probe Heater a) Aircraft is not operated in visible moisture with
(Units 5001 – 6000) ram air temperature of +10 degrees C or below, and
b) Aircraft is not operated in known or forecast icing
Conditions.

-10-01 Wing Bleed Air Anti-Ice System C 2 1 (M) One may be inoperative provided:
Failed Off (No Flow) a) Aircraft is not operated in visible moisture with ram
air temperature of +10 degrees C or below, and
b) Aircraft is not operated in known or forecast icing
Conditions.
NOTE: Must be serviceable during adverse weather /
monsoon conditions.
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30 - ICE AND RAIN PROTECTION

-10-02 Pneumatic Tail De-Ice System C 1 0 May be inoperative provided:


a) Aircraft is not operated in visible moisture with
ram air temperature of +10 degrees C or below, and
b) Aircraft is not operated in known or forecast icing
Conditions.
NOTE: Must be serviceable during adverse weather /
-20-01 Engine Anti-Ice System monsoon conditions.

1) Anti-Ice Failed On (Flow) C 2 0 (M) (O) May be inoperative provided:


a) Takeoff and landing field temperatures are not in
excess of +10 degrees C, and
b) If only one system has failed, the operational System
is also selected ON.

2) Anti-Ice Failed Off (No Flow) C 2 1 (M) One may be inoperative provided:
a) Affected engine anti-ice is secured for no flow,
b) Aircraft is not operated in visible moisture with ram
air temperature of +10 degrees C or below, and
c) Aircraft is not operated in known or forecast icing
conditions
NOTE: Must be serviceable during adverse weather /
monsoon conditions.

-30-01 Pilot and co-pilot Pitot Heater B 2 1 One may be inoperative provided:
(Standby excluded) a) Aircraft is not operated in visible moisture with ram
air temperature of +10 degrees C or below, and
b) Aircraft is not operated in known or forecast icing
conditions
c) Aircraft is operated in VFR only and
d) Aircraft is not Operated in night.
NOTE: Must be operative for operations in RVSM
airspace.

-30-02 Pilot and co-pilot Static Port Heater B 6 5 (O) One may be inoperative provided:
a) Stand by port heater is verified operative.
b) Aircraft is not operated in visible moisture with ram air
temperature of +10 degrees C or below, and Aircraft is
not operated in known or forecast icing condition
c) Aircraft is operated in VFR only, and
d) Aircraft is not operated at night.
NOTE: Must be operative for operations in RVSM
airspace.
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30 - ICE AND RAIN PROTECTION

-40-01 Rain Removal System C 1 0 May be inoperative provided aircraft is not operated in
(Forced Air) precipitation within 5 nautical miles of airport used for
takeoff or intended landing.
-40-02 Windshield Anti-Ice System C 2 1 One may be inoperative provided:
a) Aircraft is not operated in visible moisture with ram
air temperature of +10 degrees C or less in flight, and
b) Aircraft is not operated in known or forecast icing
Conditions.
NOTE: Must be serviceable during adverse weather /
monsoon conditions

-40-03 Surface Seal protection System C 2 0 May be inoperative provided airplane is not operated in
precipitation within 5 nautical miles of the airport of
takeoff or intended landing.
31 - INDICATING/RECORDING
SYSTEMS
-00-01 Quick Access Recorder (QAR) C - - Not installed

-10-01 Auto pilot Mode Controller AP B 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided flight crew verifies AP
Button Light(Unit 5001-6000) ON indication is displayed on both PFDs when the
autopilot is engaged.

-10-02 Auto Pilot Mode Controller YD B 1 0 (O)May be inoperative provided flight Crew verifies yaw
Engage light (Unit 5001-6000) damper is disconnected prior to every flight.

-20-01 Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided APU operation time is
Hour Meter tracked by alternate means.

-20-02 Clock C 2 1 No.2 copilot side may be inoperative.

-20-03 MAX-VIZ EVS-1000 C - - Not installed


Enhanced Vision System (EVS)
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SYSTEMS
-20-04 Flight Hour Meter C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided flight time is tracked by
alternate means.
-20-05 N1 Reminder (Mechanical or D 1 0
Electric) (Units 5001 – 6000)

-20-06 Throttle Detent Indicating D 6 0


Light/Indication (Units 5001-6000)

-30-01 Flight Data Recorder (FDR) A 1 1 Must be operative.


System

1) FDR Recording Parameters A 16 16 Must be operative

2) FDR Recording Parameters Not - - Not applicable


Required by Regulation

3) Operators Other Than Holders of - - Not applicable


an Air Carrier or Commercial
Operator Certificate

-50-01 AIR DUCT O'HEAT,CKPT or C 2 0 (O) May be inoperative (failure to illuminate) provided:
CAB Annunciator a) PRESS SOURCE selector switch remains OFF,
(Units 5001 – 6000) b) Cabin EMER DUMP is selected on,
c) Cabin altitude is set to 14,000 feet, and
d) Aircraft is operated at 14,000 feet MSL or below.

-50-03 APU Oil Service Light C 1 0 (M) (O) May be inoperative (failure to illuminate)
provided:
a) APU oil level is verified prior to each flight, and
b) APU operating times are tracked.
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SYSTEMS

-50-04 Battery Over temp Indication

1. BATT O'TEMP Annunciator C 1 0 May be inoperative (failure to illuminate) provided aircraft


(Units 5001 – 6000) is equipped with a lead-acid battery.

2. BATTERY OVERTEMP Red CAS - - Not applicable


Messgae (Units 6001 and on)

-50-05 Cabin Altitude Warning


System Indication

1) CAB ALT Annunciator C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative (failure to illuminate) provided


(Units 5001 – 6000) aircraft is operated at 14,000 feet MSL or below

2) CABIN ALTITUDE Red CAS - - Not applicable


Message(Units 6001 and on)

-50-06 Cabin Door Indication

1) CABIN DOOR Annunciator B 1 0 (O) May be inoperative (failure to illuminate or extinguish)


(Units 5001 – 6000) provided,
a) Lock flags are visible in sight glass locations in the
door,
b) Cabin door vent is verified closed with the cabin door
shut,
c) Internal and external door handles are verified correctly
stowed,
d) Aircraft is operated at FL 250 or below.

2) CABIN DOOR Amber CAS - - Not applicable


Message (Units 6001 and on)

3) Light System (6-Pack) B 1 0 (O) May be inoperative (failure to illuminate or extinguish)


provided:
a) Lock flags are visible in sight glass locations in the
door,
b) Internal and external door handles are verified
correctly stowed,
c) Cabin door vent is verified closed, with the cabin door
shut,
d) Passenger seat belt sign is on for duration of flight, and
e) Aircraft is operated at FL 250 or below.
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-50-07 Cabin Door Seal Indication

1) DOOR SEAL B 1 0 (O) May be inoperative (failure to illuminate or


Annunciator System extinguish) provided:
(Units 5001 – 6000) a)Door seal inflation is verified prior to each flight,
and
b) Aircraft is operated at FL 250 or below.

2) CABIN DOOR SEAL - - Not applicable


Amber CAS Message
(Units 6001 and

-50-08 Emergency Pressurization


Indication

1) EMER PRESS Annunciator C 1 0 (M) May be inoperative (failure to illuminate) provided


(Units 5001 – 6000) the emergency pressurization system is verified operative.

2) EMERGENCY - - Not applicable


PRESSURIZATION Amber CAS
Message (6001 and on)

-50-09 Engine Anti Ice Indication

1) ENG ANTI-ICE, L or R C 2 1 One may be inoperative (failure to illuminate) provided:


Annunciator a) Aircraft is not operated in visible moisture with
(Units 5001 – 6000) ram air temperature of +10 degrees C or below,
and
b) Aircraft is not operated in known or forecast icing
Conditions.

2) ENG ANTI-ICE COLD, - - Not applicable


L-R Amber or White CAS
Message (Units 6001 and on)
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-50-10 Exterior Door Unlocked


Indication

1) ACC DOOR UNLOCKED, C 2 0 May be inoperative (failure to illuminate or extinguish)


NOSE or TAIL Annunciator provided flight crew verifies by physical inspection the
System (Units 5001 – 6000) associated door is closed and latched before each departure.

2) NOSE DOOR Amber CAS - - Not applicable


Message (Units 6001 and on)

3) TAILCONE ACC DOOR Amber - - Not applicable


CAS Message (Units 6001 and
on)

4) BATTERY DOOR - - Not applicable


Amber CAS Messgae
(Units 6001 and on)

5) AFT BAGGAGE DOOR - - Not applicable


Amber CAS Message
(Units 6001 and on)

-50-11 Fuel Quantity Fault Monitoring Deleted Rev. 6


System

50-12 Generator (D.C.) Indication

1) GEN OFF, L or R C 2 1 (O) One may be inoperative (failure to illuminate).


Annunciator Provided affected system is verified operative prior to
(Units 5001 – 6000) flight.

2) DC GENERATOR OFF - - Not applicable


L-R Amber CAS Message
(Units 6001 and on)
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.
-50-13 Hydraulic Flow Indication

1) LO HYD FLOW, L or R C 2 1 (O) May be inoperative (failure to illuminate) provided


Annunciator hydraulic system operation is verified with only the
(Units 5001 – 6000) affected side engine operating prior to each flight

2) HYDRAULIC FLOW LOW - - Not applicable


Amber CAS Message
(Units 6001 and on)

-50-14 Hydraulic Fluid Level Indication

1) LO HYD LEVEL Annunciator C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative (failure to illuminate) provided


(Units 5001 – 6000) adequate fluid level is verified before each flight.

2) HYDRAULIC FLUID LEVEL - - Not applicable


LOW Amber CAS Message
(Units 6001 and on)

-50-15 Lavatory Door Indication

1) LAV DOOR B 1 0 (O) May be inoperative (failure to illuminate or extinguish)


Annunciator System provided flight lavatory door is latched open prior to
(Units 5001 – 6000 every takeoff and landing.

2) LAVATORY DOOR Amber CAS - - Not applicable


Message (Units 6001 and on)

-50-16 Master Warning/Caution Light


System

1) Master Warning Light C 2 1

2) Master Warning Reset Function C 2 1

3) Master Caution Light C 2 1

4) Master Caution Reset Function C 2 1


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-50-17 Pitot/Static Heater Indication

1) P/S HTR, L or R, B 3 0 (O) May be inoperative (failure to illuminate) provided:


or a)Pitot/static heater systems are verified operative
STBY P/S HTR Annunciators before each takeoff,
(Units 5001 – 6000) b)Aircraft is not operated in visible moisture with ram
air temperature of +10 degrees C or below, and
c)Aircraft is not operated in known or forecast icing
conditions.

2) PITOT/STATIC COLD L-R - - Not applicable.


STBY Amber or white CAS
Message (Units 6001 and on)

-50-18 TAWS Annunciator B - - Not installed.


(PULL UP, TERRAIN,
BELOW G/S)
(Units 5001 – 5500)

-50-19 Wing Anti-Ice Indication

1) WING ANTI-ICE, L or R C 2 1 One may be inoperative (failure to illuminate) provided:


Annunciator a)Aircraft is not operated in visible moisture with ram air
(Units 5001 – 6000) temperature of +10 degrees C or below, and
b)Aircraft is not operated in known or forecast icing
Conditions.

2) WING ANTI-ICE COLD, L-R - - Not applicable.


Amber or white CAS Message
(Units 6001 and on)

-50-20 YD ENGAGE Switch - - - Deleted Rev.6.


Annunciator
(Units 5001 – 6000)

-50-21 Flight Director Mode Selector C 8 0 (O) May be inoperative provided flight crew verifies
Annunciator annunciation(s) displayed on the PFD is appropriate to
(Units 5001 – 6000) function selected.
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33 - LIGHTS

-10-01 Cockpit and Instrument C 3 1 Individual lights may be inoperative provided remaining
Lighting System (Excluding lights are:
Internally Lighted Annunciator a) Sufficient to clearly illuminate all required
and Buttons, and stand by Flight instruments, controls, and other devices for which
Instrument Lighting) it is provided,
b) Positioned so that direct rays are shielded from
flight crewmembers eyes,
c) Lighting configuration and intensity is acceptable
to the flight crew, and
d) Flight deck emergency (flood and aux panel)
Lighting is operative.

-10-02 Windshield Ice Detect Light C 2 1 (O) One may be inoperative provided alternate procedures
are established and used.

C 2 0 May be inoperative provided aircraft is not operated at


night.

-20-01 Cabin Interior Lighting System C 3 0 (O) Individual lights may be inoperative for night operation
(Excludes Cabin Emergency provided:
Lighting System) a) Sufficient lighting is operative for crew to perform
required duties,
b) Cabin emergency lighting is verified operative, and
c) Sufficient lighting is operative for carrying cabin
occupants at night.

C 3 0 (O) May be inoperative provided:


a) Cabin emergency lighting is verified operative, and
b) Aircraft is not operated at night.

C 3 0 (O) May be inoperative provided:


a) Cabin emergency lighting verified operative, and
b) No cabin occupants are carried.

-20-02 Divider Accent Light

1) Incandescent C 2 0
2) LED C - - Not installed
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-20-03 Lighted Passenger Information C 3 0 (O) May be inoperative provided


Sign(Excludes Cabin a) Alternate procedures for notifying cabin occupants
Emergency Lighting System) are established and used.
b) Scheduled operations are not conducted.

B 3 0 (O) May be inoperative for scheduled operations provided


alternate procedures for notifying cabin occupants are
established and used.

C 3 0 May be inoperative provided no cabin occupants are


carried.

-20-04 Exit Sign Lighting C 4 2 Two light bulbs may be inoperative in each fixture.
(Incandescent)

-20-05 Light Source for Pyramid Exit C - - Not applicable


Sign (LED)
(Units 5501 and on)

-40-01 Anti-Collision Light System A 1 0 (O) May be inoperative at night provided:


(Strobe) a) All navigation lights are operative,
b) Ground recognition light is operative,
c) Repairs are made within three flight day

-40-02 Fuselage Mounted C 2 0 May be inoperative provided aircraft is not operated at


Taxi/Landing Light night.

C 2 1 One may be inoperative for night operations provided


wingtip mounted taxi/landing light on associated side is
operative.

-40-03 Ground Recognition Light C 1 0


(Flashing Beacon)

-40-04 Logo Light C 2 0

-40-05 Position (Navigation) Light C 1 0 May be inoperative provided aircraft is not operated at
System night.
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-40-06 Pulse Light System D 1 0

-40-07 Tail Cone Baggage C 3 0


Compartment Light

-40-08 Tail Cone Maintenance C 1 0


Compartment Light

-40-09 Toilet Service Light C - - Not installed

-40-10 Wing Inspection Light C 2 0 May be inoperative provided aircraft is not operated at
. night.
C 2 1 One may be inoperative provided ground deicing
procedures do not require its use.

-40-11 Wing leading edge landing light C 2 0 May be inoperative provided aircraft is not operated at
night.

C 2 1 One may be inoperative for night operations provided


fuselage mounted taxi/landing light on associated side is
operative.

-40-12 Wingtip Mounted Recognition C 2 0 May be inoperative provided aircraft is not operated at
Light night.

C 2 1

-50-01 Exterior Emergency Light C 3 0 May be inoperative provided aircraft is not operated at
night.

-50-03 Dropped Aisle Light System


(LED or Incandescent)

1. Left Forward Half incandescent C - - Up to six bulbs (three pairs) may be inoperative provided
bulbs (Emergency Lighting) no two adjacent pairs are inoperative.

2. Left Forward Half LED C - -


(Emergency Lighting)

3. Left Aft Half C - -

4. Right Aft Half incandescent bulbs C - - Up to six bulbs (three pairs) may be inoperative provided
(Emergency Lighting) no two adjacent pairs are inoperative.
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-50-03 Dropped Aisle Light System
(LED or Incandescent)
(Cont’d)

5. Right Forward Half C - - Not installed

34 - NAVIGATION

-00-01 Course Selector Knob B 2 1 One may be inoperative provided it is not required by
procedures.

-00-02 Moving Map Display C - - Not installed

-00-03 VHF Navigation System

1) VOR C 2 0 May be inoperative provided procedures do not require its


use.

2) ILS
a) Localizer C 2 0 May be inoperative provided:
a) Procedures do not require its use,
b) Associated glide slope is considered inoperative.

b) Glide slope C 2 0 May be inoperative provided procedures do not require its


use.

-18-01 Angle of Attack Gauge C 1 0


(Units 5001 – 5500)

-18-02 Angle of Attack Indexer C 1 0

-18-03 Angle of Attack Probe Heater C 1 0 May be inoperative provided:


a) Aircraft is not operated in visible moisture with
ram air temperature of +10 degrees C or below,
b) Aircraft is not operated in known or forecast icing
conditions, and
c) Aircraft is not operated at night.
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-20-01 Slip-Skid Indicator (Bezel B 3 1 Two may be inoperative provided each pilot has either a
mounted inclinometer) bezel mounted slip indicator or a PFD displayed slip
(Units 5001 – 5500) indicator.

-23-01 Non-Stabilized Magnetic C 1 0 May be inoperative provided:


Compass a) Both AHRS heading information sources are
operative, and
b) Standby HSI heading information is operative.
-25-01 Display Controller –
Honeywell
1) Primary Flight Display (PFD)
Controller
(Units 5001 – 6000)

a) Descent Height/Minimum - - - Not applicable


Descent Altitude Select Knob
(Units 5501 – 6000)

b) Elapsed Time Function Switch C 2 0


(Units 5001 – 6000)

c) FMS Source Selector Switch C 2 0 May be inoperative provided procedures do not require its
(Units 5001 – 6000) use

d) Ground Speed/Time to Go C 2 0
(GSPD/TTG) Switch (Units 5001
– 5500)

e) Horizontal Indicator Mode C 2 0 NOTE: Weather radar requirements must be


Selector Switch (HSI) (Units considered if ARC display modes are inoperative on
5001 – 6000) both PFDs and the MFD is inoperative.

f) Preview Switch (Units 5501 – - - - Not applicable


6000)

g) RA/BARO Switch C 2 0 May be inoperative provided the setting required for


(Units 5001 – 6000) intended approach is available.

h) Radio Altitude Knob C 2 0 May be inoperative provided procedures do not require its
(Units 5001 – 5500) use.
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-25-01 Display Controller –


Honeywell (Continued)

1) Primary Flight Display (PFD)


Controller (Units 5001 – 6000)
(Cont’d)

i) Single Cue/Cross Pointer C 2 0


(SC/CP) Switch
(Units 5001 – 6000)

j) “STANDARD” Barometer - - - Not applicable


Pressure Switch (PUSH STD)
(Units 5501 – 6000)

k) VOR/Localizer Source C 2 1 May be inoperative provided procedures do not require


Selector Switch (NAV) their use.
(Units 5001 – 6000)
NOTE: Aircraft powers up to the onside VOR/LOC
Source, and cannot be changed. If FMS
Selected, VOR/LOC cannot be reselected.

l) WX/TERR Switch (Units 5501- - - - Not applicable


6000)

m) Bearing Pointer Select Knob C 4 0 Maybe inoperative provided required bearing pointers are
(Units 5001 – 6000) available for procedure

2) Multi Function Display (MFD)


Controller – Honeywell
(Units 5001 – 6000)

a) Checklist Function Button C 6 0


(NORM, EMER, RCL, PAG,
SKP, ENT) (Units 5001 – 5500)

b) Checklist Function Button - - - Not applicable


(NORM, EMER, RCL, PAG,
SKP, ENT) (Units 5501-6000)

c) Data set knob - - - Not applicable


(Units 5501 – 6000)
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-25-01 Display Controller –


Honeywell (Cont’d)

2) Multi Function Display (MFD)


Controller – Honeywell
(Units 5001 – 6000)

d) ET1/2 and ST1/2 Button - - - Not applicable


(Units 5501 – 6000)

e) Joystick controller C 1 0
(Units 5001-5500)

f) MAP/PLAN SWITCH C 1 0
(Units 5001 – 6000)

g) Range Selector C 1 0
(Units 5001 – 6000)

h) Symbol Display Button C 3 0


(APT, VOR, DAT)
(Units 5001 – 5500)

i) WX SWITCH (Units 5001 – C 1 0 May be inoperative provided at least one PFD HSI switch
5500) operates normally.

-25-02 Multi-Function Display Unit C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided all functions of the PFD
(MFD) (Units 5001 – 6000) controllers are verified operative.

-25-03 Display Controller – Collins Not applicable


(Units 6001 and on)

-25-04 Co-Pilot Multi Function Display Not applicable


(MFD) (Units 6001 and on)

-25-05 Flight Director System B 2 0 May be inoperative provided:


a) Command bars remain out of view,
b) Approach minimums do not require
use of flight director, and
c) Autopilot is considered inoperative.

NOTE: Must be operative for operations in RVSM


airspace.
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-25-07 GH-3000 Electronic Standby B - - Not installed


Instrument System Heading
Information (Units 5001 – 6000)

-25-08 Standby HSI Heading B 1 0 May be inoperative provided:


Information a) Both AHRS heading information sources are
(Units 5001 – 6000) operative, and
b)Aircraft is equipped with an operative magnetic
Compass.

-34-01 Marker Beacon Receiver C 2 0 May be inoperative provided approach procedures do not
System require its use.

-35-01 Heads-Up Display (HUD) C 0 0 Not installed

-42-01 Weather Radar System C 1 0


NOTE: Must be serviceable during adverse weather /
monsoon conditions.
-44-01 Terrain Awareness Warning
System (TAWS)/Ground
Proximity Warning System with
Class A TAWS Required
1. Ground Proximity Warning System A 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided:
a) Alternate procedures are established and used, and
b) Repairs are made within two flight days.

NOTE: Must be serviceable during adverse weather /


monsoon conditions.

a. Modes 1-4 A 4 0 (O) May be inoperative provided:


a) Alternate procedures are established and used, and
b) Repairs are made within two flight days.
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-44-01 Terrain Awareness Warning


System (TAWS)/Ground
Proximity Warning System with
Class A TAWS Required
1. Ground Proximity Warning System

b. Test Mode A 1 0 May be inoperative provided:


a) GPWS is considered inoperative, and
b) Repairs are made within two flight days

c. Glide slope Deviation C 2 1


(Mode 5) B 2 0

C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided:


d. Advisory Callout a) Repairs are made within 24 Hrs. if away from Base /
before first flight at Base.
b) Alternate procedures are established and used.
B 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided alternate procedures are
established and used.

e. Wind shear Mode B 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided alternate procedures are
(Reactive) established and used.
NOTE: Operator’s alternate procedures shall include
reviewing wind shear avoidance and wind shear
recovery procedures.

2. Terrain System-Forward Looking B 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided alternate procedures are
Terrain Avoidance (FLTA) and established and used.
Premature Descent Alert (PDA)
Functions

3. Terrain Displays C - - Not installed

4. Runway Awareness and Advisory C 1 0


System (RAAS)

-44-02 Terrain Awareness Warning Not installed


System (TAWS)/Ground
Proximity Warning System with
Class B TAWS Require

-44-03 Class C TAWS/GPWS Equipment C - - Not installed


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-44-04 Radio Altimeter System A 1 0 May be inoperative provided:


a) Approach minimums or operating procedures do
not require its use,
b) GPWS is considered inoperative,
c) TCAS is considered inoperative, and
d) Repairs are made within two flight days.

NOTE 1: Landing gear warning system will function


differently without radio altimeter input. Landing gear
warning may occur at higher altitudes above the
ground with flaps less than 35 degrees.

-44-05 Altitude Alerting System Aural and A 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided:
Visual Alerts a) Altitude pre-select function is operative,
b) Airplane is not operated RVSM,
c) Airplane does not depart from a designated airport
(as listed in the operator’s MEL) where repair or
replacement can be made,
d) Autopilot with altitude hold and capture operates
normally, and
e) Repairs are made within three flight days.
NOTE: Must be operative for operations in RVSM
airspace.

-45-01 Traffic Alert and Collision C - - Not installed


Avoidance System (TCAS I)

-45-02 Traffic Alert and Collision - 1 1 Must be operative


Avoidance System (TCAS II)
.

1) Combined Traffic Alert (TA) C 2 1 One may be inoperative on the non-flying pilot side
and Resolution Advisory (RA) provided:
Dual Display System(s) a) TA and RA visual display is operative on the
flying pilot side, and
b) TA and RA audio function is operative on the
Flying pilot side.
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-45-02 Traffic Alert and Collision


Avoidance System (TCAS II)
(Cont’d)
2) Resolution Advisory (RA) Display C 2 0 (O) May be inoperative provided:
System(s) a) Traffic Alert (TA) visual display and audio
functions are operative,
b) TA Only Mode is selected by the crew, and
c) Enroute or approach procedures do not require its
use.
C 2 1 One may be inoperative on non-flying pilot side.

3) Traffic Alert Display System(s) C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided:


a) RA visual display and audio function are
operative, and
b) En route or approach procedures do not require its
use.

4) Audio Functions B 1 0 May be inoperative provided en route or approach


procedures do not require use of TCAS.

5) Airspace Selection Function C - - Not installed

-46-01 Lightning Detection System C - - Not installed

-51-01 Distance Measuring Equipment D 2 1


(DME) Systems NOTE: one may be inoperative provided GPS is
operative for RNAV operations.

-52-01 ATC Transponders and D 2 1 Number two transponder may be inoperative.


Automatic Altitude Reporting
Systems B 2 0 May be inoperative provided:
a) Operations do not require its use,
b) Prior to flight, approval is obtained from ATC
facilities having jurisdiction over the planned
route of flight, and
c) Traffic Alert and Collision Avoidance System
(TCAS) is considered inoperative.
NOTE 1: One transponder must be operative for
operation in RVSM airspace.

NOTE 2: Must be serviceable during adverse weather /


monsoon conditions.
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-55-01 Automatic Direction Finding D 2 1 May be inoperative provided operations do not require its
(ADF) System use.

-57-01 Number two Global Positioning C 1 0 May be inoperative provided


System a) Both AHRS are operative.
b) Operations do not require its use.
NOTE 1: Enhanced function of TAWS may not be
available.
NOTE 2: One GPS Must be operative for RNP-5/RNP-
10RNAV Operation.
NOTE 3: Both GPS must be operative for operations in
MNPS airspace.

-60-01 Flight Management System C 2 0 NOTE 1: Enhanced function of TAWS may not be
(FMS) available.
NOTE 2: Both FMS must be operative for operation
within RNP 10/ MNPS airspace.

1) Navigation Databases C 2 0 (O) May be out of currency provided:


a) Current aeronautical charts are used to verify
navigation fixes prior to each flight,
b) Procedures are established and used to verify
status and suitability of navigation facilities used
to define route of flight,
c) RNAV departures, RNAV arrivals, and instrument
approaches based on FMS guidance are not
conducted, and
d) Approach navigation radios are manually tuned
and identified.

2) Fuel Planning and Indicating C 2 0 May be inoperative provided fuel quantity indicating
Function systems are operative.

35 - OXYGEN

-00-01 Oxygen Tank Fill Port C 1 0 (M) May be inoperative provided bottle is filled using
alternate means, if service is required.

-00-02 Oxygen Servicing Panel C 1 0 (M) May be inoperative provided alternate procedures are
Pressure Gauge used for servicing oxygen system.
-00-03 Blowout Disc/Green Label C 1 0 (O) May be missing or damaged provided oxygen pressure
is verified prior to each flight.
-10-01 EROS Crew Oxygen Mask Tension C 2 0 (O) May be inoperative provided oxygen mask is verified
Control System operative prior to each flight.
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5. Remarks or Exceptions.
35 - OXYGEN

-20-01 Passenger Oxygen System C 1 0 May be inoperative provided:


a) Aircraft is operated without cabin occupants and
b) Crew Oxygen System is operative.

1. Mask C 9 0 Individual oxygen masks or dispensers may be inoperative


or missing provided associated seats are placarded “DO
NOT OCCUPY”.

2. Drop Out Panel C 9 0 (M) Individual panels may be out of normal position
provided:
a) Oxygen masks and drop out panel are removed, and
b) Associated seats are placarded “DO NOT OCCUPY”.

-30-01 Protective Breathing D - - Not installed


Equipment (PBE)

-30-02 Portable Oxygen Bottles C - - Not installed

38 - WATER/WASTE

-00-01 Overboard Drain C 1 0 (M) May be inoperative provided the system associated
with the drain has been drained and deactivated.

-10-01 Potable Water Systems C 1 0 (M) Individual components may be inoperative provided:
a) Associated components are deactivated or
isolated, and
b) Associated system components are Verified not to
have leaks.
NOTE: Any portion of the system operating normally
may be used.

C 1 0 (M) May be inoperative provided:


a) System is drained, and
b) Procedures are established to ensure system is
Not serviced.

-30-01 Lavatory Waste Systems C 1 0 (M) Individual components may be inoperative provided:
a) Associated components are deactivated or
isolated, and
b) Associated system component is verified not
to have leaks.
NOTE: Any portion of the system operating normally
may be used.
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5. Remarks or Exceptions.

45 – MAINTENANCE COMPUTER

-00-01 Maintenance Diagnostic C - - Not applicable


Computer (MDC) System
(Units 6001 and on)

46 - INFORMATION SYSTEMS

-00-01 Electronic Flight Bag (EFB) D - - Not installed


System

-00-02 Electronic Checklist System D 1 0 May be inoperative provided equivalent checklist is


available.

-00-05 Dedicated EFB Power - - Not installed.


Connection (does not include
AC Cockpit Outlet)

49 - AIRBORNE AUXILIARY
POWER

-20-01 Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) C 1 0 (M) May be inoperative provided:


a) APU is deactivated, and
b) Procedures do not require its use.

-30-01 APU Fuel Shutoff Valve C 1 0 (M) May be inoperative provided:


a) Valve is verified closed,
b) Valve is deactivated, and
c) APU is considered inoperative.

-50-01 APU Bleed Air Valve C 1 0 (M) May be inoperative provided:


a) Valve is verified closed, and
b) APU system BLEED AIR switch remains off.
52 - DOORS

-00-01 Cockpit Divider Door/Curtain

1) Divider Door C 2 0 May be inoperative provided door remains secured open.

2) Curtain C 2 0 May be missing or inoperative provided curtain remains


secured open.
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5. Remarks or Exceptions.
52 - DOORS

-10-01 Cabin Door Primary Seal C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided:


(Pressurized) a) Primary seal does not interfere with door operation,
b) Secondary door seal is verified intact, and
c) Aircraft is operated at FL 250 or below.

(Unpressurized) C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided:


a) Cabin EMER DUMP is operative and selected to ON,
b) Cabin altitude is set to 14,000 feet, and
c) Aircraft is operated at 14,000 feet MSL or below.

-10-02 Cabin Door Secondary Seal C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided:


(Pressurized) a) Secondary seal does not interfere with door operation,
b) Primary door seal is verified operative, and
c) Aircraft is operated at FL 250 or below.

-10-02 Cabin Door Secondary Seal C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided:


(Unpressurized) a) Secondary seal does not interfere with door operation,
b) Cabin EMER DUMP is operative and selected to ON,
c) Cabin altitude is set to 14,000 feet, and
d) Aircraft is operated at 14,000 feet MSL or below

-10-03 Cabin Door Acoustic Seal C 1 0

-10-04 Cabin Door Key Lock D 1 0 May be inoperative in the unlocked position.

-10-05 Cabin Vent Door C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided vent door is manually
closed using appropriate AFM procedure prior to each
flight.

-30-01 Baggage Compartment Door D 1 0 May be inoperative in the unlocked position.


Key Lock

-40-01 Left Nose Avionics D 1 0 May be inoperative in the unlocked position.


Compartment Key Lock

-40-02 Right Nose Avionics D 1 0 May be inoperative in the unlocked position.


Compartment Key Lock

-40-03 Tailcone Maintenance Access D 1 0 May be inoperative in the unlocked position.


Door Key Lock
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5. Remarks or Exceptions.
52 - DOORS

-42-01 Battery Compartment Door D 1 0 May be inoperative in the unlocked position.


Key Lock for 560-5001 thru
5187, which do not have
SB560XL-52-09 incorporated

-46-01 Single Point Refueling System D 1 0 May be inoperative in the unlocked position.
Door Key Lock D 1 0 May be inoperative in the locked position provided over
wing refueling cap locks are not failed in locked position.
73 - ENGINE FUEL & CONTROL

-30-01 Fuel Flow Indicating System A 2 1 One may be inoperative provided repairs are made within
three flight days.
76 - ENGINE CONTROLS

-00-01 Electronic Engine Control C 2 0 (O) May be inoperative provided


(EEC) (Units 5001 – 6000) a) Both EEC Switches are set to MANUAL to
provide matched throttles and similar engine
response,
b) Operations are conducted in accordance with
AFM Supplement, and
c) Engine synchronizer system is considered
inoperative.

-01-01 Engine Synchronizer System C 1 0 May be inoperative failed off.

77 - ENGINE INDICATING

-14-01 N1 Indicators
1) N1 Digital Display Indicator B 2 1 One may be inoperative provided:
(Units 5001 – 6000) a) Corresponding N1 tape display is operative,
b) All other engine indicators are operative, and
c) EEC auto mode with throttle detents is operative.

2) N1 Tape Display Indicator B 2 1 One may be inoperative provided:


(Units 5001 – 6000) a) Corresponding digital display is operative,
b) All other engine indicators are operative, and
c) EEC auto mode with throttle detents is operative.

-32-01 Engine Vibration Monitor B 2 1 (M) One may be inoperative provided no abnormal
System vibration exists.
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5. Remarks or Exceptions.
78 - ENGINE EXHAUST

-30-01 Thrust Reverser C 2 0 (M) May be inoperative provided affected thrust reverser is
secured in the forward thrust position.
APPENDIX – ‘A’

RAINBOW AIR PRIVATE LIMITED


CHENNAI

NEF DEFERRAL PROGRAM

CESSNA CITATION-560XL

This program is customized for Cessna Citation 560XL aircraft, VT-SWC, S/N: 5168

Approved vide DGCA letter No. A7/SWC/1247, Dated: 26/06/2012.


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INDEX
1. Index 2-1
2. Record of Revision 3-1
3. List of Effective Pages 4-1
4. Note and Definitions 5-1
5. NEF Policy and Procedures Program 6-1
6. Table of Content 7-1
7. NEF Item List
25-01 Cabin General 8-1
25-02 Galley 8-6
25-03 PASSENGER COMPARTMENT - ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM(S): 8-7
25-04 Flight Deck 8-8
25-05 Service Bays 8-11
25-06 Baggage Compartment 8-13
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RECORD OF REVISIONS
Issue No. Date Rev. No Date Issue No. Date Rev. No Date

1 Dec 2011 0 Dec 2011


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Page No. Rev No. Date Page No. Rev No. Date
1-1 0 Dec 2011
2-1 0 Dec 2011
3-1 0 Dec 2011
4-1 0 Dec 2011
5-1 0 Dec 2011
6-1 0 Dec 2011
6-2 0 Dec 2011
6-3 0 Dec 2011
6-4 0 Dec 2011
7-1 0 Dec 2011
7-2 0 Dec 2011
7-3 0 Dec 2011
8-1 0 Dec 2011
8-2 0 Dec 2011
8-3 0 Dec 2011
8-4 0 Dec 2011
8-5 0 Dec 2011
8-6 0 Dec 2011
8-7 0 Dec 2011
8-10 0 Dec 2011
8-11 0 Dec 2011
8-12 0 Dec 2011
8-13 0 Dec 2011
8-14 0 Dec 2011
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NOTES AND DEFINITIONS

1. NEF Items are those installed on the aircraft as part of the original type certification,
supplemental type certificate, or other form of alteration that have no effect on the safe
operation of flight and would not be required by the applicable certification rules or operational
rules. They are those items that, if inoperative, damaged, or missing, have no effect on the
aircraft’s ability to be operated safely under all operational conditions.
2. “Item” (Column 1) means the equipment/ system/ component and sequence number listed in
the “Item” column.
3. “Remarks or Exceptions” in column 2 includes a statement prohibiting or permitting operation
with a specific number of items inoperative, provisos (conditions and limitations) for such
operation and appropriate notes.
4. Airplane Flight Manual: is the document required for type certification and approved by DOT,
Canada. The approved AFM for the specific aircraft is listed in the applicable Type Certificate
Data Sheet.
5. “Civil Aviation Requirements” (CAR): Means the applicable portion of the Civil Aviation
Requirements.
6. “Flight Day” means a 24 Hour period (from midnight to midnight) either Universal Co-ordinated
time (UCT) or local time as established by the operator during which at least one flight is
initiated for the affected aircraft.
7. “Inoperative” means a system and/or components malfunction to the extent that it does not
accomplish its intended purpose and/or is not consistently functioning normally within its
approved operating limit(s) or tolerance(s).
8. Inoperative components of an inoperative system: Inoperative items which are components of a
system which is inoperative are usually considered components directly associated with and
having no other function than to support that system. (Warning/caution systems associated with
the inoperative system must be operative unless relief is specifically authorized as per the NEF
Program).
9. “(M)” symbol in column 2 indicates requirements for a specific maintenance procedure which
must be accomplished prior to operation with the listed item inoperative. Normally these
procedures are accomplished by maintenance personnel.
10. “(O)” symbol in column 2 indicates a requirement for a specific operations procedure which
must be accomplished in planning for and/or operating with the listed item inoperative. Normally
these procedures are accomplished by the flight crew.
11. “(P)” symbol in column 2 indicates a requirement for placarding procedures which must be
accomplished in planning for and/or operating with the listed item inoperative. These
procedures are accomplished by the maintenance personnel/ flight crew, as applicable.
NOTE: The (M), (O) and (P) symbols are required in the operator’s NEF Deferral Program
unless otherwise authorized by the DGCA.
12. “Secured” means that the specified component must be put into an acceptable condition for
safe flight as per Maintenance Procedures.
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NEF POLICY AND PROCEDURES PROGRAM


M/s RAINBOW AIR PRIVATE LIMITED has developed a nonessential equipment and
furnishings policy and procedures program based through the use of the following
documentation.
 FAA order 8900.10, Volume 4, Chapter 4 and
 MMEL Global Change GC-138 (PL-116)
 FAA Infor 08009 dated 17/01/2008
 MMEL IG-Universal NEF List
 Part 91 example NEF Program
NONESSENTIAL EQUIPMENT AND FURNISHINGS (NEF)
NEF are those items installed on the aircraft as part of the original type certification,
supplemental type certificate, or other form of alteration that have no effect on the safe
operation of flight and would not be required by the applicable certification rules or operation
rules. They are those items that, if damaged, inoperative, or missing, have no effect on the
aircraft’s ability to be operated safely under all operational conditions. These nonessential
items may be installed in areas including, but not limited to:
 Cargo Areas
 Crew rest areas
 Flight deck areas
 Galley areas
 Lavatories
 Passenger compartment and
 Service areas
NEF PROGRAM
NEF Program of M/s RAINBOW AIR PRIVATE LIMITED is as follows.
A. A NEF list has been developed and NEF items are tracked through the use of aircraft’s
deferred maintenance log (DML) [Operator Tracking Procedures]
B. The NEF list includes the following procedures for each NEF item:
 Maintenance (M) Procedure
 Operation (O) Procedure
 Placarding (P) Procedure
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C. The NEF Item evaluation process will include the following items:
 Is the item required for the operational rules in which the aircraft is operated?
 Does it create the potential for fire/smoke or other hazardous conditions?
 Could it have an adverse effect on other required systems or components?
 Does its condition potentially affect the safety of crew, passengers, or service
personnel?
 Could it have a negative impact on emergency or abnormal procedures?
 Does it create additional workload for the crew at critical times of flight or flight
preparation?
Crewmembers may need to evaluate the deferred NEF on a flight-by-flight basis.
D. Repair and/or replacement of items listed in the NEF List are required within 120
calendar days from the date of discovery.
E. The NEF List and program description will be kept onboard along with the aircraft
specific Minimum Equipment List (MEL) Binder.
F. The aircraft’s MEL has incorporated the requirements of MMEL Global Change GC-138
(PL116) in ATA chapter 25.
G. If a discrepancy is discovered that is not covered by the aircraft’s Configuration
Deviation List (CDL), MEL or NEF List. The Flight Crew, with the assistance of the
Maintenance Department, may perform the NEF Item Process to determine if the
discrepancy can be added to the NEF List and subsequently deferred. The discrepancy
must meet the intent of the NEF Item Process or it will require the issue to be resolved
before further flight.
NEF ITEM PROCESS
The following flow chart will be used for decision making in determining if a discrepancy meets
the intent of a NEF Item. The Flight Crew and Maintenance Department should collaborate
together to ensure that additional NEF Items added to the NEF List are based on the logic
requirements of the following flow chart. Upon conclusion of the procedures of the flow chart
and it is determined that the discrepancy can be added to the NEF list a revision to the NEF
List shall be completed subsequently.
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SEQUENCE NO. NEF CONTENT PAGE
25-01 - CABIN GENERAL:
25-01-01 Appearance Items 8-1
25-01-02 Door Cover/ Slide Bustle 8-1
25-01-03 Safety Demo Equipment (Safety Belt, Life Vest, O2 Mask) 8-1
25-01-04 Coat Hanger Installation 8-1
25-01-05 Cabin Lighting/Signs (Reading lights, Light Lens/Covers) 8-1
25-01-06 Spare Life Vests 8-1
25-01-07 Spare Life Vest Bag 8-1
25-01-08 Magazine Rack / Restraint 8-2
25-01-09 Placards 8-2
25-01-10 Cabin Windows 8-2
25-01-11 Cabin Mirrors 8-3
25-01-12 Seat Track Covers 8-3
25-01-13 Cabin Handset Cradle 8-3
25-01-14 Electrical Outlets 8-3
25-01-15 Ventilation Grill(s) 8-3
25-01-16 PSU Panels 8-3
25-01-17 PSU Gasper Outlets 8-3
25-01-18 Passenger Video System 8-3
25-01-19 Passenger Audio Entertainment 8-3
25-01-20 Passenger Call 8-3
25-01-21 Lighting 8-4
25-01-22 Miscellaneous 8-4
25-01-23 Cup Holders 8-4
25-01-24 LCD Monitors 8-4
25-01-26 Cabin Divider Panels 8-4
25-01-27 Stereo Headphone 8-5
25-01-28 Headsets (Entertainment) 8-5
25-01-29 Cabin Speakers 8-5
25-01-30 Emergency Floor Light covers 8-5
25-01-31 Literature Pockets (Seatback, Bulkhead, Sidewall) 8-5
25-01-32 Aircraft Removable Equipment 8-5
25-02 - GALLEY:
25-02-01 Coffee Maker 8-6
25-02-02 Coffee/ Tea/ Brewing Pots 8-6
25-02-03 Water Boilers / Heater 8-6
25-02-04 Ovens, Microwaves and Controls 8-6
25-02-05 Waste Containers 8-7
25-02-06 Cup Dispenser 8-7
25-02-07 Food Storage Compartment (Thermo Cooler) 8-7
25-02-08 Galley Sinks and Drains 8-7
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25-02 - GALLEY:
25-02-09 Mirrors 8-7
25-03 - PASSENGER COMPARTMENT - ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM(S):
25-03-01 Video Monitor(s) 8-7
25-03-02 CD/DVD/Video Cassette Player(s) 8-7
25-03-03 Headphone Jack(s) 8-7
25-03-04 Interactive Audio/Video System(s) and Controls 8-7
25-03-05 Door Spring(s) 8-7
25-03-06 Sanitizer Dispenser 8-8
25-03-07 Lavatory Door Seal Strip 8-8
25-03-08 Lavatory Door Privacy Stop 8-8
25-03-09 Vanity Mirror 8-8
25-03-10 Toilet Seat Cover Holder 8-8
25-03-11 Toilet Paper Roller 8-8
25-03-12 Vanity Lights 8-8
25-03-13 Lights 8-8
25-03-14 Toilet Seat Lid 8-8
25-03-15 Toilet Seat 8-8
25-03-16 Soap Holder 8-8
25-03-17 Interior Wall Trim and/or Coverings 8-8
25-04 - FLIGHT DECK:
25-04-01 Access compartment latches 8-8
25-04-02 Ashtrays 8-8
25-04-03 Decorative Trim/Trim Strips 8-8
25-04-04 Glareshield Sun Visor 8-9
25-04-05 Hand Microphone Holder / Headset Holder 8-9
25-04-06 Notepad Holder 8-9
25-04-07 Pencil Holder 8-9
25-04-08 Pull-Out Window Shades (Side Windows) 8-9
25-04-09 Side View Mirrors 8-9
25-04-10 Smoke Goggle Storage Bag 8-9
25-04-11 Storage Compartment 8-9
25-04-12 Upholstery 8-9
25-04-13 Power Outlet 8-10
25-04-14 Coat and/or hat hooks 8-10
25-04-15 Circuit breaker guards 8-10
25-04-16 Cup holders 8-10
25-04-17 Document holder (including retention bar/strap) 8-10
25-04-18 Carpet 8-10
25-04-19 Observer’s storage compartment 8-11
25-04-20 Spare Headset 8-11
25-04-21 Eyebrow Window Visor 8-11
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25-04 - FLIGHT DECK:
25-04-22 HGS Quilted Cover 8-11
25-04-23 Spring Clip (located left/right of document holder) 8-11
25-04-24 Seat Belt Tidy Clip 8-11
25-04-25 Spare Bulb Kit and Contents 8-11
25-04-26 Yoke Chart Clip(s) 8-11
25-04-27 Sunshades 8-11
25-04-28 Captain’s Briefcase Bungee 8-11
25-04-29 Foot Tread Trim 8-11
25-04-30 Logbook Holder 8-11
25-04-31 Second Microphone Holder 8-11
25-04-32 Side Panel Door Cover 8-11
25-04-33 Trim (Seat, sidewall, overhead, etc.) 8-11
25-05 - SERVICE BAYS:
25-05-01 Potable Water Service Bay 8-11
25-05-02 Toilet Service Bay 8-12
25-05-03 Hydraulic Service Bay 8-12
25-05-04 External Power Connection Bay 8-13
25-06 - BAGGAGE COMPARTMENT:
25-06-01 Door (Baggage) Protective Mat 8-13
25-06-02 Flashlight 8-13
25-06-03 Fold Down Shelf 8-13
25-06-04 Ladder 8-13
25-06-05 Light 8-13
25-06-06 Door Panel Lanyard 8-13
25-06-07 Air Outlets 8-14
25-06-08 Door Panel Lanyard 8-14
25-06-09 Sidewall Trim 8-14
25-06-10 Light Switch 8-14
25-06-11 Placards 8-14
25-06-13 Upholstery 8-14
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NUMBER
25-01 CAB I N G E N E R AL :
25-01-01 Appearance Items May be Worn, Soiled, Frayed, Torn, Damaged, Loose,
1. Cabin Interior Trim inoperative or missing provided they must not present hazard
2. Carpet/ Floor Coverings to pax/crew or impede emergency egress.
3. Curtains / Tiebacks
4. Wall Coverings (including sidewall (P) Place Inoperative Placard on or next to affected item and
panels and excluding sidewall return air note it on the AML and DML.
grilles)

25-01-02 Door Cover/ Slide Bustle May be missing, frayed, soiled, torn, damaged, loose or
inoperative.

N OT E : Must not present a hazard to Passengers /crew or


impede emergency egress.

(P) Place Inoperative Placard on or next to affected Door


Cover/ Slide Bustle and note it on the AML and DML.

(O) May be missing or inoperative provided alternate


25-01-03 Safety Demo Equipment procedures are used.
(Safety Belt, Life Vest, O2 Mask)
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE
1. A member of the crew shall ensure all passengers are
briefed on all applicable emergency procedures.
2. If inoperative, place an INOP placard on affected
equipment.
3. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.

25-01-04 Coat Hanger Installation May be inoperative / missing.

(P) Place Inoperative Placard on the affected coat hanger


and note it on the AML and DML.

25-01-05 Cabin Lighting/Signs May be missing loose, damaged or inoperative provided


(Reading lights, Light Lens/Covers) affected light functions normally.

N OT E : Only items not covered by MEL ATA


33.

25-01-06 Spare Life Vests May be missing.

(P) Place Inoperative Placard on the spare life vest and note
it on the AML and DML.

25-01-07 Spare Life Vest Bag May be damaged or soiled provided vest is fully serviceable.
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25-01 CAB I N G E N E R AL :

25-01-08 Magazine Rack / Restraint May be inoperative / missing.

(P) Place Inoperative Placard on or next to the affected


magazine rack and note it on the AML and DML.

25-01-09 Placards May be missing.

(P) Place Inoperative Placard next to affected placard and


note it on the AML and DML.

25-01-10 Cabin Windows May be crazed, damaged, soiled, loose, missing or


inoperative.
1. Window (Interior Panel) N OT E : Any exposed wiring must be protected.

(P) Place Inoperative Placard next to affected Window


(Interior Panel) and note it on the AML and DML.

May be crazed, damaged, soiled, loose, missing or


2. Window Shades inoperative.

N OT E : Any exposed wiring must be protected.

(P) Place Inoperative Placard next to affected Window shades


and note it on the AML and DML.

3. Window Shade Control May be crazed, damaged, soiled, loose, missing or


inoperative.

N OT E : Any exposed wiring must be protected.

(P) Place Inoperative Placard next to affected Window Shade


Control and note it on the AML and DML.

4. Window Trim May be crazed, damaged, soiled, loose, missing or


inoperative.

N OT E : Any exposed wiring must be protected.

(P) Place Inoperative Placard next to affected Window Trim


and note it on the AML and DML.
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25-01 CAB I N G E N E R AL :
25-01-11 Cabin Mirrors May be missing damaged or inoperative.

25-01-12 Seat Track Covers May be missing or inoperative.

25-01-13 Cabin Handset Cradle May be damaged or soiled provided handset is fully
functional.

25-01-14 Electrical Outlets (M) May be missing or inoperative provided is secured.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE
1. Electrically isolate system from aircraft power supply.
2. Place an INOP placard on outlet.
3. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.

May be damaged or soiled.


25-01-15 Ventilation Grill(s)
May be Damaged or soiled. Needs Cleaning provided
25-01-16 PSU Panels functions properly.

(P) Place Inoperative Placard next to affected PSU


Panels and note it on the AML and DML.

May be inoperative, damaged provided won't Shutoff and as


25-01-17 PSU Gasper Outlets
long as the airflow through the gasper is acceptable to the
Flight Crew. May be failed ON.

(P) Place Inoperative Placard next to affected gasper Outlet


and note it on the AML and DML.

Passenger Video System May be inoperative.


25-01-18
(P) Place Inoperative Placard on or next to affected
Passenger Video System and note it on the AML and DML.

25-01-19 Passenger Audio Entertainment May be inoperative.

(P) Place Inoperative Placard on or next to affected


Passenger Audio Entertainment and note it on the AML and
DML.

25-01-20 Passenger Call May be inoperative.

(P) Place Inoperative Placard on or next to affected


passenger Call and note it on the AML and DML.
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25-01 CAB I N G E N E R AL :

25-01-21 Lighting May be inoperative.

(P) Place Inoperative Placard on or next to affected Lighting


and note it on the AML and DML.

25-01-22 Miscellaneous

1. Passenger Seat Tray Table May be inoperative or missing.


Assembly (& Latch)
(P) Place Inoperative Placard on or next to affected
Passenger Seat Tray Table Assembly (& Latch) and note it on
the AML and DML.

2. Passenger Seat Headrest(s) May be inoperative or missing.

(P) Place Inoperative Placard on or next to affected


Passenger Seat Headrest(s) and note it on the AML and DML.

3. Passenger Seat Footrest(s) May be missing.

(P) Place Inoperative Placard on or next to affected


Passenger Seat Footrest(s) and note it on the AML and DML.

4. Passenger Seat Trim May be inoperative.

(P) Place Inoperative Placard on or next to affected


Passenger Seat Trim and note it on the AML and DML.

5. Passenger Seat Cushion(s) May be missing.

(P) Place Inoperative Placard on or next to affected


Passenger Seat Cushion(s) and note it on the AML and DML.

(P) Place Inoperative Placard on or next to Cup Holder and


25-01-23 Cup Holders
note it on the AML and DML.

LCD Monitors (P) Place Inoperative Placard on or next to LCD monitor and
25-01-24
note it on the AML and DML.

Cabin Divider Panels May be difficult to position closed but must be


25-01-26
operable.

(P) Place Inoperative Placard on or next to affected Cabin


Divider Panel and note it on the AML and DML.
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25-01 CAB I N G E N E R AL :
25-01-27 Stereo Headphone May be inoperative.

(P) Place Inoperative Placard on the affected headphone and


note it on the AML and DML.

25-01-28 Headsets (Entertainment) May be inoperative or missing.

(P) Place Inoperative Placard on affected headset and note it


on the AML and DML.

25-01-29 Cabin Speakers Background static may be audible over speaker provided
speaker is functional.

(P) Place Inoperative Placard on affected Cabin Speaker and


note it on the AML and DML.

25-01-30 Emergency Floor Light covers (O) May be damaged or soiled provided lights are verified to
be visible.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE

1. During Interior Cabin inspection, a member of the crew


shall verify the Emergency Lights are clearly visible for each
affected egress route. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy
report.

(P) May be damaged provided properly secured and


placarded.

May be missing, damaged or inoperative.


25-01-31 Literature Pockets
(Seatback, Bulkhead, Sidewall) (P) Place Inoperative Placard on or next to the affected
Seatback / Bulkhead / Sidewall Literature Pocket and note it
on the AML and DML.

25-01-32 Aircraft Removable Equipment

a) Dirty linen storage containers May be inoperative or missing provided alternate procedure
is used.

(P) Place Inoperative Placard on or next to the affected Dirty


linen storage container and note it on the AML and DML.

b) Waste containers May be inoperative or missing provided alternate procedure


is used.

(P) Place Inoperative Placard stating Waste Container is


inoperative and not to be used on or next to the waste
container and note it on the AML and DML.
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25-02 G AL L E Y :

25-02-01 Coffee Maker (M) May be missing or inoperative provided coffee maker(s)
are electrically isolated.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE

1. Pull and secure affected coffee maker(s) circuit breaker.


2. Place an INOP placard on the affected coffee maker(s).

Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.

(P) Place Inoperative Placard on or next to affected coffee


maker and note it on the AML and DML.

May be inoperative / missing.


25-02-02 Coffee/ Tea/ Brewing Pots
(P) Place Inoperative Placard on or next to affected Coffee /
Tea / Brewing Pots and note it on the AML and DML.

(M) May be inoperative provided boiler(s) are electrically


25-02-03 Water Boilers / Heater
isolated

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE

1. Pull and secure affected boiler(s) circuit breaker.


2. Place an INOP placard on the affected boiler(s).

Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.

(P) Display an Inoperative Placard in a prominent position to


be seen by Flight Crew and note it on AML and DML.

25-02-04 Ovens, Microwaves and Controls (M) May be inoperative provided affected equipment is
electrically isolated

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE

1. Pull and secure affected equipment circuit breaker(s).


2. Place an INOP placard on the affected equipment.

Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.

(P) Place Inoperative Placard on or next to affected food


storage compartment and note it on the AML and DML.
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25-02 G AL L E Y :
25-02-05 Waste Containers May be missing or inoperative.

(P) Place Inoperative Placard stating Waste Container is


inoperative and not to be used on or next to the waste
container and note it on the AML and DML.

25-02-06 Cup Dispenser May be inoperative.

(P) Place Inoperative Placard on or next to the cup dispenser


and note it on the AML and DML.

25-02-07 Food Storage Compartment (Thermo May be inoperative.


Cooler)
(M) If necessary, maintenance can pull and collar control
circuit breaker.

(P) Place Inoperative Placard on or next to thermo cooler and


note it on the AML and DML.

25-02-08 Galley Sinks and Drains May be inoperative provided all fluids are removed from the
affected area and the associated basin is placarded “DO NOT
USE”.

25-02-09 Mirrors May be missing, crazed, or damaged.

25-03 P AS S E N G E R COMP AR T ME N T - E N T E R T AI N ME N T S Y S T E M( S ) :
25-03-01 Video Monitor(s) May be missing, damaged or inoperative.

25-03-02 CD/DVD/Video Cassette Player(s) (M) May be inoperative provided system(s) are electrically
isolated.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE

1. Pull and secure affected system(s) circuit breaker.


2. Place an INOP placard on the affected system(s).

Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.

May be missing, damaged or inoperative.


25-03-03 Headphone Jack(s)

Interactive Audio/Video System(s) May be missing, damaged or inoperative.


25-03-04
and Controls

25-03-05 Door Spring(s) May be missing or inoperative.


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25-03 P AS S E N G E R COMP AR T ME N T - E N T E R T AI N ME N T S Y S T E M( S ) :

25-03-06 Sanitizer Dispenser May be missing or inoperative.

25-03-07 Lavatory Door Seal Strip (O) May be missing, damaged, torn, soiled, frayed or
inoperative provided seal does not interfere with access to
any emergency egress route.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE

1. During the Interior pre-flight inspection, a crew member


shall ensure the affected door will not interfere with egress
route. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.

25-03-08 Lavatory Door Privacy Stop May be missing, damaged or inoperative.

25-03-09 Vanity Mirror May be missing, damaged or inoperative.

25-03-10 Toilet Seat Cover Holder May be missing, damaged, torn, soiled, frayed or inoperative.

25-03-11 Toilet Paper Roller May be missing, damaged or inoperative.

25-03-12 Vanity Lights May be missing or inoperative.

25-03-13 Lights May be missing or inoperative.

25-03-14 Toilet Seat Lid May be missing, damaged or inoperative.

25-03-15 Toilet Seat May be missing, damaged or inoperative.

25-03-16 Soap Holder May be missing, damaged or inoperative.

25-03-17 Interior Wall Trim and/or Coverings May be missing, damaged, torn, soiled, frayed or inoperative.

25-04 F L I G H T DE CK :
25-04-01 Access compartment latches (P) May be inoperative provided alternate procedure is used
and the affected item is properly placarded.

25-04-02 Ashtrays May be missing.

(P) Place Inoperative Placard on or next to affected Ashtray


and note it on the AML and DML.

25-04-03 Decorative Trim/Trim Strips May be inoperative or missing.

(P) Place Inoperative Placard on or next to affected trim and


note it on the AML and DML.
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25-04 F L I G H T DE CK :

25-04-04 Glare shield Sun Visor May be inoperative or missing.

(P) Place Inoperative Placard on or next to affected sun visor


and note it on the AML and DML.

25-04-05 Hand Microphone Holder / Headset May be inoperative or missing.


Holder
(P) Place Inoperative Placard on or next to affected holder
and note it on the AML and DML.

25-04-06 Notepad Holder May be inoperative or missing

(P) Place Inoperative Placard on or next to affected notepad


holder and note it on the AML and DML.

May be inoperative or missing.


25-04-07 Pencil Holder
(P) Place Inoperative Placard on or next to affected
pen/pencil holder and note it on the AML and DML.

25-04-08 May be inoperative or missing.


Pull-Out Window Shades (Side
Windows)
(P) Place Inoperative Placard on or next to affected shade
and note it on the AML and DML.

25-04-09 Side View Mirrors May be inoperative or missing.

(P) Place Inoperative Placard on or next to affected mirror


and note it on the AML and DML.

25-04-10 Smoke Goggle Storage Bag May be inoperative or missing.

(P) Place Inoperative Placard on or next to affected storage


bag and note it on the AML and DML.

25-04-11 Storage Compartment (P) Place Inoperative Placard on or next to affected


compartment and note it on the AML and DML.

25-04-12 Upholstery May be worn, torn, or stained as long as the item is


otherwise serviceable as determined by the flight crew.

(P) Display an Inoperative Placard in a prominent position to


be seen by Flight Crew and note it on AML and DML.
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25-04 F L I G H T DE CK :
25-04-13 Power Outlet (M) May be missing or inoperative provided is
secured.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE

1. Electrically isolate system from aircraft power supply.


2. Place an INOP placard on outlet.

Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.

25-04-14 Coat and/or hat hooks May be missing or inoperative.

(P) Place Inoperative Placard on or next to affected Coat


and/of hat hook and note it on the AML and DML.

25-04-15 Circuit breaker guards (O) May be missing or inoperative.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE

1. Using zip-ties, secure the affected circuit breaker(s).

2. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.

May be missing.
25-04-16 Cup holders
(P) Place Inoperative Placard on or next to Cup Holder and
note it on the AML and DML.

25-04-17 Document holder (including retention (O) May be missing or inoperative.


bar/strap)
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE

1. Place required documents in a clear plastic bag.


2. Tape bag adjacent to document holder.
3. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.

25-04-18 Carpet May be missing, frayed, damaged or worn provided properly


stowed and tied.

(P) Place Inoperative Placard on or next to affected carpet


and note it on the AML and DML.
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25-04 FL I G H T DE CK :
25-04-19 Observer’s storage compartment May be inoperative.

(P) Place Inoperative Placard on or next to affected


compartment and note it on the AML and DML.

25-04-20 Spare Headset May be missing or inoperative.

(P) Place Inoperative Placard on or next to affected headset


and note it on the AML and DML.

25-04-21 Eyebrow Window Visor May be missing or inoperative.

25-04-22 HGS Quilted Cover May be missing or inoperative.

25-04-23 Spring Clip (located left/right of May be missing or inoperative.


document holder)

25-04-24 Seat Belt Tidy Clip May be missing or inoperative.

25-04-25 Spare Bulb Kit and Contents May be missing or inoperative.

25-04-26 Yoke Chart Clip(s) May be missing or inoperative.

25-04-27 Sunshades May be missing or inoperative.

25-04-28 Captain’s Briefcase Bungee May be missing or inoperative.

25-04-29 Foot Tread Trim May be missing, frayed or inoperative.

25-04-30 Logbook Holder May be missing or inoperative.

25-04-31 Second Microphone Holder May be missing or inoperative.

25-04-32 Side Panel Door Cover May be missing or inoperative.

25-04-33 Trim (Seat, sidewall, overhead, etc.) May be missing, frayed or inoperative.

25-05 S E R V I CE B AY S :
25-05-01 Potable Water Service Bay

a) Hold Open Rods or Lanyards May be missing, damaged or inoperative.

(P) Display an Inoperative Placard in a prominent position to


be seen by Flight Crew and note it on AML and DML.
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25-05 S E R V I CE B AY S :
25-05-01 Potable Water Service Bay

b) Dust Cover for Service Ports May be missing, damaged or inoperative.

(P) Display an Inoperative Placard in a prominent position to


be seen by Flight Crew and note it on AML and DML.

c) Water Quantity Indication May be damaged or inoperative.

(P) Display an Inoperative Placard in a prominent position to


be seen by Flight Crew and note it on AML and DML.

d) Dust Cap Chains or Lanyards May be missing, damaged or inoperative.

(P) Display an Inoperative Placard in a prominent position to


be seen by Flight Crew and note it on AML and DML.

25-05-02 Toilet Service Bay May be missing, damaged or inoperative.

a) Hold Open Rods or Lanyards (P) Display an Inoperative Placard in a prominent position to
be seen by Flight Crew and note it on AML and DML.

b) Dust Cover for Service Ports May be missing, damaged or inoperative.

(P) Display an Inoperative Placard in a prominent position to


be seen by Flight Crew and note it on AML and DML.

c) Dust Cap Chains or Lanyards May be missing, damaged or inoperative.

(P) Display an Inoperative Placard in a prominent position to


be seen by Flight Crew and note it on AML and DML.

25-05-03 Hydraulic Service Bay

a) Hold Open Rods or Lanyards May be missing, damaged or inoperative.

(P) Display an Inoperative Placard in a prominent position to


be seen by Flight Crew and note it on AML and DML.

b) Dust Cover for Service Ports May be missing, damaged or inoperative.

(P) Display an Inoperative Placard in a prominent position to


be seen by Flight Crew and note it on AML and DML.
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25-05 S E R V I CE B AY S :
25-05-03 Hydraulic Service Bay

c) Dust Cap Chains or Lanyards May be missing, damaged or inoperative.

(P) Display an Inoperative Placard in a prominent position to


be seen by Flight Crew and note it on AML and DML.

25-05-04 External Power Connection Bay May be inoperative/missing.

1. Lanyards (P) Display an Inoperative Placard in a prominent position to


be seen by Flight Crew and note it on AML and DML.

2. Compartment lighting switches May be inoperative.

(P) Display an Inoperative Placard in a prominent position to


be seen by Flight Crew and note it on AML and DML.

25-06 B AG G AG E COMP AR T ME N T :
25-06-01 Door (Baggage) Protective Mat May be missing, torn, or Worn.

(P) Display an Inoperative Placard in a prominent position to


be seen by Flight Crew and note it on AML and DML.

25-06-02 Flashlight May be inoperative or missing.

(P) Place Inoperative Placard on or next to the flashlight and


note it on the AML and DML.

25-06-03 Fold Down Shelf May be inoperative.

(P) Place Inoperative Placard on or next to the fold down


shelf and note it on the AML and DML.

25-06-04 Ladder May be inoperative or missing.

(P) Place Inoperative Placard on or next to the ladder and


note it on the AML and DML.

25-06-05 Light May be inoperative

(P) Place Inoperative Placard on or next to affected light and


note it on the AML and DML.

25-06-06 Door Panel Lanyard May be missing or damaged.


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25-06 B AG G AG E COMP AR T ME N T :
25-06-07 Air Outlets

1. Trim May be missing, damaged, torn, soiled or frayed.

(P) Display an Inoperative Placard in a prominent


position to be seen by Flight Crew and note it on
AML and DML.

2. Vent Grill May be damaged or soiled.

(P) Display an Inoperative Placard in a prominent


position to be seen by Flight Crew and note it on
AML and DML.

25-06-08 Door Panel Lanyard May be missing or damaged.

25-06-09 Sidewall Trim May be missing, damaged, torn, soiled, frayed or inoperative.

25-06-10 Light Switch May be inoperative.

(P) Place Inoperative Placard on or next to affected light


switch and note it on the AML and DML.

25-06-11 Placards May be missing.

(P) Place Inoperative Placard next to affected placard and


note it on the AML and DML.

May be worn, torn, or stained as long as the item is


25-06-13 Upholstery
otherwise serviceable as determined by the flight crew.

(P) Display an Inoperative Placard in a prominent position to


be seen by Flight Crew and note it on AML and DML.
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OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
CESSNA CE560 XL (MSN : 5168)

O & M Procedures Based on MMEL O & M Procedures


Issue-1 Dated: Jan 2012 Rev 8a 15 September, 2009
Revision-0

Approved vide DGCA letter No. A7/SWC/1247, Dated: 26/06/2012

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21-20-01 Display Guidance Computer (DGC) Fan (IC FAN 1 or 2)


(Units 5001-6000)

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE
NOTE: Ground operation time is defined as anytime the avionics are being powered for taxi,
takeoff and landing.
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Prior to engine start, the flight crew shall review the Abnormal Procedure for IC FAN 1
OR 2 (DISPLAY GUIDANCE COMPUTER COOLING FAN FAILURE DISPLAYED ON MFD).
PLACARDING PROCEDURE
Place a placard stating, “DGC FAN INOP” on instrument panel in front of both pilots.

21-20-03 Radome Fan (Units 5001-6000)

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE
NOTE: Ground operation time is defined as anytime the avionics are being powered.

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Prior to engine start, the flight crew shall review the Abnormal Procedure for RADOME
FAN (RADOME FAN FAILURE).
PLACARDING PROCEDURE
Place a placard stating, “RADOME FAN INOP” on instrument panel in front of both pilots.

21-20-04 Pilot Wemac

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Place an INOP placard above/adjacent to affected Wemac.

21-21-01 Overhead Cabin Blower/Wemac Boost Fan (Units 5001-5500)

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Place an INOP placard above the WEMAC BOOST switch.

21-21-02 Cockpit Recirculation Fan

PLACARDING PROCEDURE

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1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Place an INOP placard above the CKPT RECRC switch.

21-30-01 Emergency Pressurization System

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE
1. Flight planning shall consider the fuel burn associated with flight at lower altitude and
affect on range.
2. MEA’s shall be taken into account for planned route.
3. Position aircraft in a suitable run-up area and chock both main landing gear.
4. Using AFM Normal Procedures, start the engines.
5. Place PRESS SOURCE select knob to OFF and verify no airflow through wemacs.
6. Place PRESS SOURCE select knob to LH and verify airflow through cabin wemacs.
7. Place PRESS SOURCE select knob to RH and verify airflow through cockpit wemacs
8. Place PRESS SOURCE select knob to NORM.
9. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE
Place a placard stating, “EMER PRESS INOP NO FLT ABOVE FL250” adjacent to pressurization
controllers.

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21-30-02 Cabin Pressurization System

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE

Units 5001-6000

Units 6001 and on


1. Flight planning shall consider the fuel burn associated with flight at lower altitude and
affect on range.
2. Flight planning shall consider oxygen requirements associated with operating
regulations and altitudes.
3. MEA’s shall be taken into account for planned route.
4. Place the PRESS SOURCE select knob in the OFF position.
5. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE
Place a placard stating, “CABIN PRESSURIZATION INOP NO FLT ABOVE 14,000 FEET MSL”
above pressurization controls.

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21-30-02-1) Cabin Pressurization System


Autoschedule Control Mode

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Place an INOP placard under the AUTO position below the PRESS SYSTEM SELECT
section of the PRESSURIZATION panel.

21-30-02-2) Cabin Pressurization System


Isobaric Control Mode

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Place a placard stating, “ISOBARIC MODE INOP” on the PRESSURIZATION panel.

21-30-02-3) Cabin Pressurization System


Manual Control Mode

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Place an INOP placard over the MANUAL position below the PRESS SYSTEM SELECT
section of the PRESSURIZATION panel.

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21-32-01 Cabin Differential Pressure Gauge (pressurized flight)

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE

1. Refer to the conversion chart at the end of this section.


2. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE
Place a placard stating, “DIFF PRESS INOP” adjacent to the gauge.

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21-32-01 Cabin Differential Pressure Gauge (unpressurized flight)

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE

1. Flight planning shall consider the fuel burn associated with flight at lower altitude and
affect on range.
2. Flight planning shall consider oxygen requirements associated with operating
regulations and altitudes.
3. MEA’s shall be taken into account for planned route.
4. Place EMER DUMP toggle switch to ON.
5. Set Cabin Altitude above 14,000 feet MSL.
6. Set Cabin Rate to maximum.
7. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Place a placard stating, “DIFF PRESS INOP” adjacent to the gauge.
2. Place a placard stating, “NO FLT ABOVE 14,000 FEET” on the instrument panel in view of
both pilots.

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21-32-02 Cabin Altimeter (pressurized flight)

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE

1. Refer to the conversion chart at the end of this section.


2. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE
Place a placard stating, “CAB ALT INOP” adjacent to the gauge.

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21-32-02 Cabin Altimeter (unpressurized flight)

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE

1. Flight planning shall consider the fuel burn associated with flight at lower altitude and
affect on range.
2. Flight planning shall consider oxygen requirements associated with operating
regulations and altitudes.
3. MEA’s shall be taken into account for planned route.
4. Place EMER DUMP toggle switch to ON.
5. Set Cabin Altitude above 14,000 feet MSL.
6. Set Cabin Rate to maximum.
7. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Place a placard stating, “CABIN ALT INOP” adjacent to the gauge.
2. Place a placard stating, “NO FLT ABOVE 14,000 FEET” on the instrument panel in view of
both pilots.

21-32-03 Cabin Rate Indicator (pressurized flight)

PLACARDING PROCEDURE

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Place an INOP placard on the rate indicator.

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21-32-03 Cabin Rate Indicator (unpressurized flight)

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE

1. Flight planning shall consider the fuel burn associated with flight at lower altitude and
affect on range.
2. Flight planning shall consider oxygen requirements associated with operating
regulations and altitudes.
3. MEA’s shall be taken into account for planned route.
4. Place EMER DUMP toggle switch to ON.
5. Set Cabin Altitude above 14,000 feet MSL.
6. Set Cabin Rate to maximum.
7. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Place an INOP placard on the affected gauge.
2. Place a placard stating, “NO FLT ABOVE 14,000 FEET” on the instrument panel in view of
both pilots.

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21-33-01 Outflow Valve

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE
NOTE: If removing RH outflow valve, Cessna recommends removing the aluminum tube that
vents the vacuum ejector overboard through aft pressure bulkhead and particulate trap
aluminum tube that leads from RH outflow valve to ejector. Cap all fittings and plug all
lines. It should not be necessary to disturb nylon plumbing.

1. Gain access to outflow valves from forward and aft of aft pressure bulkhead. Refer to
appropriate cabin interior manuals for component removal/installation.
2. From the tailcone side, remove outflow valve mounting bolts. Put mounting bolts in a
plastic bag and place in secure area to prevent FOD.
3. With all hoses and wiring still connected, secure outflow valve away from mount.
Outflow valve must not be allowed to slip back into a position blocking opening in
pressure bulkhead.
4. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE
1. Flight planning shall consider the fuel burn associated with flight at lower altitude and
affect on range.
2. Flight planning shall consider oxygen requirements associated with operating
regulations and altitudes.
3. MEA’s shall be taken into account for planned route.
4. Place EMER DUMP toggle switch to ON.
5. Place the PRESS SOURCE select knob in the OFF position.
6. Set CAB ALT to 14,000 feet or lower.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Place a placard stating, “OUTFLOW VALVES INOP” on the pressurization panel.
2. Place a placard stating, “NO FLT ABOVE 14,000 FEET” on the instrument panel in view of
both pilots.

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21-33-02 Flow Control and Shutoff Valve (unpressurized flight)

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE
1. Flight planning shall consider the fuel burn associated with flight at lower altitude and
affect on range.
2. Flight planning shall consider oxygen requirements associated with operating
regulations and altitudes.
3. MEA’s shall be taken into account for planned route.
4. Position aircraft in suitable run-up area and chock both main landing gear.
5. Using AFM Normal Procedures, start engine(s) supplying bleed air to failed flow control
and shutoff valve(s).
6. Select CKPT RECIRC OFF.
7. 560XL units 5001 thru 5372:
a. For Non-APU equipped aircraft, place AC-FANS knob to OFF.
b. For APU equipped aircraft, place FAN knob to OFF.
8. Turn PRESS SOURCE knob to OFF and verify valves are CLOSED. Absence of wemac flow
indicates valve is CLOSED. Leave PRESS SOURCE OFF for flight.
9. Select EMER DUMP ON.
10. Set Cabin Altitude to 14,000 feet.
11. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE
Place a placard stating, “ACM INOP FLIGHT ABOVE 10,000 FEET MSL NOT AUTHORIZED”
above pressurization controls.

21-33-02 Flow Control and Shutoff Valve (pressurized flight)

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE
1. Flight planning shall consider the fuel burn associated with flight at lower altitude and
affect on range.
2. MEA’s shall be taken into account for planned route.
3. Position aircraft in a suitable run-up area and chock main landing gear. If the aircraft is
preparing for dispatch, the crew may taxi the aircraft to a suitable run-up area and set
the PARK BRAKE. If crew taxis aircraft, proceed to step 5.
4. Using AFM Normal Procedures, start both engines.
5. Place the CKPT RECIRC switch to OFF.
6. Place PRESS SOURCE select knob to OFF and verify no airflow through wemacs.
7. Place PRESS SOURCE select knob to operative side and verify airflow through wemacs.
8. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE
Place a placard stating, “(AFFECTED SIDE) FLOW CONTROL AND SHUTOFF VALVES INOP
FLIGHT ABOVE FL250 NOT AUTHORIZED” adjacent to pressurization controller.

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21-50-01 Air Cycle Machine

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE
1. Flight planning shall consider the fuel burn associated with flight at lower altitude and
affect on range.
2. Flight planning shall consider oxygen requirements associated with operating
regulations and altitudes.
3. MEA’s shall be taken into account for planned route.
4. Place EMER DUMP toggle switch to ON.
5. Set Cabin Altitude above 14,000 feet MSL.
6. Set Cabin Rate to maximum.
7. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE
Place a placard stating, “ACM INOP FLIGHT ABOVE 14,000 FEET MSL NOT AUTHORIZED”
above pressurization controls.

21-60-01 Cockpit/Cabin Air Temperature Control System

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE

1. Flight planning shall consider the fuel burn associated with flight at lower altitude and
affect on range.
2. Flight planning shall consider oxygen requirements associated with operating
regulations and altitudes.
3. MEA’s shall be taken into account for planned route.
4. Place EMER DUMP toggle switch to ON.
5. Place the PRESS SOURCE select knob in the OFF position.
6. Set CAB ALT to 14,000 feet or lower.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE
Place a placard stating, “TEMP CONTROL INOP NO FLIGHT ABOVE 14,000 FEET” on the
temperature control panel.

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21-60-01-1) Cockpit/Cabin Air Temperature Control System


Automatic Mode

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Place an INOP placard above the AUTO section of the affected side (CKPT/CABIN)
temp selector knob.

21-60-01-2) Cockpit/Cabin Air Temperature Control System


Manual Mode

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Place an INOP placard below the Manual section of the affected side (CKPT/CABIN)
temp selector knob.

21-62-01-1) Cabin Temperature Indicator


Without Cabin Occupants

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Place an INOP placard on the digital temperature display.

21-62-01-1) Cabin Temperature Indicator


With Cabin Occupants

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE
1. Use a portable temperature indicating device to determine appropriate cabin
operational temperatures.
2. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE
Place an INOP placard on the digital temperature display.

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21-62-02 Cockpit Temperature Indicator

PLACARDING PROCEDURE

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Place an INOP placard on the digital temperature display.

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CABIN ALTITUDE vs. CABIN PRESSURE DIFFERENTIAL CONVERSION


(Cabin Pressure Differential Display or Cabin Altimeter Inoperative)

CABI
AIRCRAFT PRESSURE ALTITUDE × 1000'
N ALT
x
0 5 10 15 20 25 28 31 33 35 37 39 41 43 45 47 49 51
1000'
11.0 1.4 3.0 4.3 4.9 5.6 5.9 6.3 6.6 6.9 7.1 7.4 7.6 7.8 8.0
8.1
10.5 1.6 3.2 4.5 5.1 5.8 6.1 6.4 6.8 7.1 7.3 7.5 7.8 8.0 8.1
8.3
10.0 0.0 1.8 3.4 4.7 5.3 6.0 6.3 6.6 7.0 7.3 7.5 7.7 8.0 8.2 8.3
8.5
9.5 0.2 2.0 3.6 4.9 5.5 6.2 6.5 6.8 7.2 7.5 7.7 7.9 8.2 8.4 8.5
8.7
9.0 0.4 2.2 3.8 5.1 5.7 6.4 6.7 7.0 7.4 7.7 7.9 8.1 8.4 8.6 8.7
8.9
8.5 0.6 2.4 4.0 5.3 5.9 6.6 6.9 7.2 7.6 7.9 8.1 8.3 8.6 8.8 8.9
9.1
8.0 0.8 2.6 4.2 5.5 6.1 6.8 7.1 7.5 7.8 8.1 8.3 8.6 8.8 9.0 9.2
9.3
7.5 1.0 2.8 4.4 5.7 6.4 7.1 7.3 7.7 8.0 8.3 8.5 8.8 9.0 9.2 9.4
9.5
7.0 1.2 3.0 4.6 5.9 6.6 7.3 7.5 7.9 8.2 8.5 8.7 9.0 9.2 9.4 9.6
9.7
10.
6.5 1.5 3.3 4.8 6.1 6.8 7.5 7.8 8.1 8.4 8.7 9.0 9.2 9.4 9.6 9.8
0
10.
6.0 1.7 3.5 5.0 6.3 7.0 7.7 8.0 8.3 8.6 8.9 9.2 9.4 9.6 9.8
0
10.
5.5 1.9 3.7 5.2 6.5 7.2 7.9 8.2 8.5 8.9 9.1 9.4 9.6 9.9
1
CABIN ALTITUDE x 1000'

10.
5.0 2.1 3.9 5.5 6.8 7.5 8.2 8.4 8.8 9.1 9.4 9.6 9.9
1
10.
4.5 2.4 4.2 5.7 7.0 7.7 8.4 8.7 9.0 9.3 9.6 9.9
1
10.
4.0 2.6 4.4 5.9 7.2 7.9 8.6 8.9 9.2 9.5 9.8
1
10.
3.5 2.8 4.6 6.2 7.5 8.2 8.9 9.1 9.5 9.8
1
10.
3.0 3.1 4.9 6.4 7.7 8.4 9.1 9.4 9.7
0
10.
2.5 3.3 5.1 6.7 8.0 8.6 9.3 9.6
0
10.
2.0 3.6 5.4 6.9 8.2 8.9 9.6 9.9
2
10.
1.5 3.8 5.6 7.2 8.5 9.1 9.8
1
10.
1.0 4.1 5.9 7.4 8.7 9.4
1
0.5 0.0 4.3 6.1 7.7 9.0 9.7
0.0 0.0 0.3 4.6 6.4 7.9 9.2 9.9
10.
-0.5 0.3 0.6 4.9 6.7 8.2 9.5
2
10.
-1.0 0.5 0.8 5.1 6.9 8.5 9.8
5

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EXAMPLE: Aircraft is at FL 350 and Cabin Pressure Differential Gauge reads 8.8 PSID, Cabin
Altitude is 5,000'.

EXAMPLE: Aircraft Is At FL 350 and Cabin Altimeter reads 5,000', Cabin Pressure Differential is
8.8 PSID.

22-10-01 Autopilot

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE
1. Pull and secure the A/P SERVO circuit breaker.
2. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE
1. Flight planning shall include consideration of enroute and approach operations
(including weather) without the autopilot.
2. Consider reduced range due to flight below RVSM airspace, if required.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE
Place a placard stating, “AUTOPILOT INOP NO RVSM” on autopilot controller.

22-10-02 Yaw Damper

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE
1. Pull and secure the A/P SERVO circuit breaker.
2. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE
1. Flight planning shall include consideration of enroute and approach operations
(including weather) without the autopilot.
2. Consider reduced range due to flight below RVSM airspace, if required.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE
Place a placard stating, “YAW DAMP INOP NO RVSM” on autopilot controller.

22-10-03 Autopilot Disconnect Functions (Red, Yoke Mounted Quick Release Controls)

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Place a placard stating, “(AFFECTED SIDE) QUICK DISCONNECT INOP” on the
instrument panel in view of the flight crew.

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22-10-03 Autopilot Disconnect Functions (Red, Yoke Mounted Quick Release Controls)

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE
1. Pull and secure the A/P SERVO circuit breaker.
2. Pull and secure the PITCH TRIM circuit breaker.
3. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE
1. Flight planning shall include consideration of enroute and approach operations
(including weather) without the autopilot.
2. Consider reduced range due to flight below RVSM airspace, if required.
3. Pitch trim shall be actuated with the manual pitch trim wheel.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Place a placard stating, “(AFFECTED SIDE) QUICK DISCONNECT INOP” on the
instrument panel in view of the flight crew.
2. Place a placard stating, “ELECTRIC TRIM INOP” on the instrument panel in view of the
flight crew.
3. Place a placard stating, “AUTOPILOT INOP NO RVSM” on the autopilot controller

22-10-04 Go-Around Button

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Place a placard stating, “(AFFECTED SIDE) GO AROUND BUTTON INOP” on the
instrument panel in view of the flight crew.

22-10-05 Autopilot/Flight Director Touch Control Steering (TCS or AP SYNC)

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Place a placard stating, “(AFFECTED SIDE) TCS or AP SYNC BUTTON INOP” on the
instrument panel in view of the flight crew.

23-00-01 Communications Systems (VHF, UHF)

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Place an INOP placard above/adjacent to the affected communications equipment.

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23-00-04 SATCOM

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Place an INOP placard above/adjacent or on the affected SATCOM component.

23-00-05 Radio Management Unit (RMU) (Units 5001-6000)

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE
1. Prior to flight, flight crew shall discuss new radio tuning procedures using only the
operational RMU and Aux COM/NAV CDU.
2. Prior to each flight, a crew member shall check for proper reception and transmission by
use of the Auxiliary Com/Nav Control Display Unit to tune in at least one Com channel
and one Navigation aid.
3. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE
Place an INOP placard on the affected RMU.

23-10-01 High Frequency (HF) Communications System

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Make sure the affected system is turned OFF.
3. Place a placard stating, “HF#_ INOP” adjacent to the affected system.

23-10-01 High Frequency (HF) Communications System

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE
1. Prior to each flight, a crew member shall make sure that ACARS system is operational
for transmitting and receiving information from a ground station..
2. Prior to flight, a crew member shall coordinate with the appropriate ATC facility to
advise of intended flight.
3. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE
Place a placard stating, “HF#_ INOP” adjacent to the affected system.

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23-10-02*** High Frequency (HF) Externally Mounted Wire Antenna

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Inspect the horizontal and vertical stabilizers for structural damage.
3. Inspect elevator and rudder assemblies to make sure no portion of the antenna
damaged the flight controls.
4. If any damage is found, contact the Cessna Citation Customer Support Structures group.
5. Make sure all electrical power is removed from the aircraft.

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Continued

6. Pull and secure the HF circuit breaker on the copilots circuit breaker panel and in the aft
J-box.
7. Remove screw and nut securing tension unit ground strap to anchor plate.
8. Remove cotter pin, washer, and pin from tension unit and disconnect from anchor plate.
9. Unscrew support sleeve from elbow and slide up antenna wire.
10. Unscrew elbow from antenna feed-thru assembly.
11. Slide elbow up wire.
12. Extract wire from feed-thru and tensioning unit.
13. Disconnect wire antenna from the vertical stabilizer.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Place an INOP placard on the HF controller(s).
2. Place a placard stating “HF ANTENNA INOP” on the instrument panel in view of the flight
crew.

23-20-03 Datalink (AFIS/ACARS/UNILINK)

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Place a placard stating, “(AFFECTED FUNCTION) INOP” adjacent to the affected FMS
CDU.

23-20-03 Datalink (AFIS/ACARS/UNILINK)

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE
1. Flight planning shall include briefing the loss of function for AFIS/ACARS/UNILINK as
applicable for the flight leg and the use of radio communication to obtain the required
flight information.
2. Crew shall use other available means to obtain weather information such as HIWAS or
FLIGHTWATCH as well as radar.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE
Place a placard stating, “(AFFECTED FUNCTION) INOP” adjacent to the affected FMS CDU.

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23-40-01-1) Passenger Address (PA) System


Passenger Configuration

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. During Normal, Abnormal and/or Emergency situations or checklists requiring use of PA
system, a crew member shall face the passengers from the cockpit and perform the
appropriate announcements/instructions for the situation.
3. A crew member shall orally brief passengers on any items they would normally use the
PA system to brief.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE
Place an INOP placard adjacent to PA SELECT knob on both audio panels.

23-40-02 Automatic Cabin Briefer

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. A member of the flight crew shall use the PA system or direct conversation to brief the
passengers on those callouts the Automatic Cabin Briefer would normally be used for.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE
Place an INOP placard on the Automatic Cabin Briefer.

23-50-01 Cockpit Overhead Communications Speaker

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Place an INOP placard on the affected speaker.
3. Place a placard stating, “(AFFECTED SPEAKER) INOP” on the instrument panel in
view of the flight crew.

23-50-02 Hand-Held Microphone

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Place an INOP placard on the affected hand-held microphone.

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23-50-03-1) Boom Microphones (Including Headset Microphone) Cockpit Voice Recorder


(CVR) WITH Flight Data Recorder (FDR) Installed Cockpit Voice Recorder
Equipped To Record Boom Microphone

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. If the affected microphone can be replaced prior to flight, remove and tag the
affected microphone and store it so that it cannot be misidentified as an operative
unit.
2. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
3. Place an INOP placard adjacent to/on the affected unit.

24-00-01 Ground Power Dispatch Switch

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Place an INOP placard above/adjacent to the affected switch.

24-21-01 AC Bearing (AC BEARING, L or R annunciator illuminated)

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE
1. Once the event has occurred either on the ground or in the air, all aircraft operations
in which the engines are operating shall be recorded to make sure the AFM
limitation is not exceeded.
2. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report and record all engine operating times.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE
Place a placard stating, “AC BEARING (AFFECTED SIDE(S) ON. MONITOR OPERATING TIME” on
the instrument panel in view of flight/maintenance crew.

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24-31-01*** Battery Temperature Indicator

PLACARDING PROCEDURE

NOTE: Aircraft that have been converted from Ni-Cad to lead acid batteries will
continue to have an operational battery temperature indicator that will read
a false indication. This is a normal condition and is the result of a dummy
temperature sensor being installed on the lead acid battery case.

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Place an INOP placard on the battery temperature indicator.

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24-35-01 Engine Driven Generator

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE
1. Flight planning shall include 110 pph fuel burn for APU in fuel calculations to make sure
adequate fuel for intended route of flight.
2. Flight planning shall also include consideration for the increased fuel burn at lower
altitudes and the effect on range.
3. After starting APU, verify generator is producing proper output.
4. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE
Place a placard stating, “(AFFECTED SIDE) GENERATOR INOP” on the instrument panel in view
of flight crew.

24-35-02 Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Generating System

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Place an INOP placard over the ON position of the APU GENERATOR switch.

24-40-01 External Power Receptacle

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Place an INOP placard over the external power receptacle inside the access door.
3. Place a placard stating, “EXTERNAL POWER INOP” on the instrument panel in view of
the flight/maintenance crew.

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24-50-01 AC Cockpit Outlet

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. If equipment that utilizes the affected power source is battery operated, make sure
that adequate battery life is available for installed battery and backup battery(ies) for
intended operating times.
3. Use alternate cockpit/cabin power source if power source is available and within
close proximity.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE
Place an INOP placard over the affected power source.

24-50-01 AC Cockpit Outlet

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Place an INOP placard over the affected power source.

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25-00-01 Required Documents Holder (Airworthiness Certificate, Registration, etc.)

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE
1. Place required documents in clear plastic bag.
2. Display documents in a manner that is visible to the crew and/or passengers.
3. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Place an INOP placard on the affected document holder.
2. If document holder is missing, place a MISSING placard where the document holder
was mounted.

25-00-02 Security System

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Place an INOP placard on the affected system controlling panel/head.

25-10-01-1) Pilot/Copilot Seat Armrests

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Place an INOP placard on the affected armrest(s).

25-10-01-1) Pilot/Copilot Seat Armrests

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE

NOTE: Refer to the appropriate Cessna Maintenance Manual and/or Interiors


Manual for information of the individual aircraft installation.
1. Using the appropriate seat manual, remove and store the affected armrest(s).
2. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE
Place an INOP placard on the affected armrest(s) location of the affected seat.

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25-10-01-3) Pilot/Copilot Seat Recline/Tilt Function

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Place a placard stating, “SEAT (AFFECTED FUNCTION) INOP” on the instrument panel
in front of the affected crew seat(s).

25-10-01-4) Pilot/Copilot Seat Restraint Buckle Protective Padding

PLACARDING PROCEDURE

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Place a placard stating, “RESTRAINT PADDING INOP/MISSING” on the instrument
panel in front of the affected crew seat(s).

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25-10-01-5) Pilot/Copilot Seat Thigh Support

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Place a placard stating, “THIGH SUPPORT INOP” on the instrument panel in front of
the affected crew seat(s).

25-10-01-6) Pilot/Copilot Seat Vertical Adjustment

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Place a placard stating, “SEAT VERT ADJUST INOP” on the instrument panel in front
of the affected crew seat(s).

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25-10-02 Pilot or Copilot Eye Locator Reference Ball

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE

Figure 1 (View from Pilot’s seat)

Figure 2 (View from Pilot’s seat)

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Continued
1. Prior to flight, a crew member shall occupy the affected seat and fasten the restraining
system to ensure the following conditions are met:
a. Make sure full flight control movement and brake application.
b. Make sure access to all necessary controls and equipment.
2. Position the affected seat(s) so the pilot align the eyeball locator bracket so that the
following sight picture with the bracket is achieved (Figure 1):
a. Eyeball locator base is flat.
b. The flange opposite to the affected seat is aligned for a straight edge.
3. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE
Place an INOP placard above eyeball locator.

25-10-03 Yoke Mounted Chart Holder

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Place an INOP placard on the affected chart holder.

25-10-04 Yoke Mounted Chart Holder Light

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Place a placard stating, “LIGHT INOP” on the affected chart holder.

25-10-05 Cockpit Flashlight Holder Assembly

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Determine an alternate location to store the required light.
3. Place an INOP placard on the affected light holder.

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25-10-06 Cockpit Sunvisor System and/or Attach Mechanism

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Make sure that the affected component does not interfere with aircraft operation. If
the failed component is the visor monorail, remove and stow the monorail and
sunvisor(s).
3. Place a placard stating, “(AFFECTED COMPONENT) INOP” on the plastic cockpit trim
within close proximity of the component.

25-20-01 Passenger Seat

PLACARDING PROCEDURE

NOTE: Refer to the appropriate Cessna Maintenance Manual and/or Interiors


Manual for information of the individual aircraft installation.

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Place a placard stating, “DO NOT OCCUPY” on the affected seat. One method is to
use tape and run it across the seat from the seat bottom cushion to the seat back
diagonally.

25-20-01-1)-a) Passenger Seat, Armrest, Armrest with Recline Mechanism

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE

NOTE: Refer to the appropriate Cessna Maintenance Manual and/or Interiors


Manual for information of the individual aircraft installation.

1. Using the appropriate seat manual, remove and store the affected armrest(s).
2. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE
If armrest is inoperative, place an INOP placard on the affected armrest(s). If armrest is
missing, place a placard stating, “ARMREST INOP” on the affected location.

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25-20-01-2) Passenger Seat Headrest

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Place a placard stating, “HEADREST INOP DO NOT MOVE” on the top of the headrest
so that a person occupying the affected seat cannot rub the placard off.

25-20-01-3) Passenger Seat Recline Mechanism

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Make sure the affected seat is in the full upright position.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE
Place an INOP placard on the recline mechanism lever.

25-20-01-3) Passenger Seat Recline Mechanism

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE

NOTE: Refer to the appropriate Cessna Maintenance Manual and/or Interiors


Manual for information of the individual aircraft installation.

1. Place affected seat in the full upright position.


2. Using the appropriate passenger seat manual, disable the recline mechanism.
3. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE
Place an INOP placard on the recline mechanism lever.

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25-20-01-4) Passenger Seat, Seat-Base Tracking Mechanism

PLACARDING PROCEDURE

NOTE: The seat base tracking mechanism is located at the very bottom section of
the seat. This is not the mechanism built into the side of the seat or armrest.

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Make sure the affected seat is immovable.
3. Place a placard stating, “SEAT TRACKING INOP DO NOT MOVE LEVER” adjacent to the
seat tracking mechanism.

25-20-02 Non-Essential Equipment & Furnishings (NEF)

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
A generic list of NEF items and procedures can be found on Appendix - 1

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25-60-02-3) Emergency Medical Equipment First Aid Kit (FAK) and/or Associated
Equipment

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE

NOTE: Do not repack any equipment that has been used and may be contaminated or may be
a bio-hazard threat. Dispose of any bio-hazard materials using approved disposal
procedures/techniques.

1. Repack unit in original container. If provided, follow manufacturer’s instructions.


2. Secure a placard on the unit stating its condition and any missing contents.
3. A crew member shall brief all occupants on the operating condition of the affected unit
and available items.
4. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Place an INOP placard on the affected equipment. If kit is available and operative
but incomplete, place a placard stating, “(AFFECTED ITEMS) ARE NOT CONTAINED IN
THIS KIT” on the kit’s lid. If FAK is missing, place a placard stating “FIRST AID KIT
MISSING” at the location.

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25-60-02-3) Emergency Medical Equipment First Aid Kit (FAK) and/or Associated
Equipment

PLACARDING PROCEDURE

3. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


4. Place an INOP placard on the affected equipment. If kit is available and operative but
incomplete, place a placard stating, “(AFFECTED ITEMS) ARE NOT CONTAINED IN THIS
KIT” on the kit’s lid. If FAK is missing, place a placard stating “FIRST AID KIT MISSING”
at the location.

25-60-01 Life Preserver (Crew and Passenger)

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Place an INOP placard on the affected equipment if left in the aircraft. If equipment is
to be removed from the aircraft, place a placard stating, “LIFE PRESERVER MISSING” on
the access door/panel/stowage location.
2. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.

25-64-01 Life Raft

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Place an INOP placard on the affected equipment if unit is in excess of FAR
requirements and is left in the aircraft for transport to a servicing facility. If equipment
is to be removed from the aircraft, place a placard stating, “LIFE RAFT MISSING” on the
access door/panel/stowage location.

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26-10-01 APU Fire Detection System

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Although this relief does not have an associated (M) procedure, Cessna recommends
that a maintenance technician or appropriately trained member of the flight crew
pull and secure the APU master circuit breaker.
3. Place an INOP placard on the APU FIRE annunciator.

26-22-01 Portable Fire Extinguisher

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Place an INOP placard on the affected equipment if unit is in excess of FAR
requirements and is left in the aircraft for transport to a servicing facility. If
equipment is to be removed from the aircraft, place a placard stating, “FIRE
EXTINGUISHER INOP/MISSING” on the access door/panel/stowage location and store
the affected equipment out of sight.

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27-20-01 Rudder Pedal Adjustment System

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE

1. Make sure nose wheel is positioned for forward travel.


2. Adjust rudder pedals for equal travel and positioning.
3. Secure upper half of rudder pedal adjustment mechanism into place preventing
unintended movement.
4. Make sure full rudder pedal and brake travel is available on both sides.
5. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE
1. Prior to flight, a crew member shall occupy the affected seat and fasten the restraining
system to ensure the following conditions are met:
a. Full unobstructed flight control movement and brake application.
b. Access to all necessary controls and equipment.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE
Place a placard stating, “RUDDER PEDAL ADJUSTMENT MECHANISM INOP DO NOT ADJUST
RUDDER PEDALS” on the instrument panel in front of affected pilot.

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27-31-01 Electric Trim

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE
NOTE 1: Autopilot shall be considered inoperative.

NOTE 2: If electric trim is inoperative, it should be confirmed that the issue is not in
the manual (mechanical) trim system in the airplane and that the failure is
not affecting the manual trim. The manual trim should be run throughout its
travel limits to check for binding and proper operation.
1. Pull and secure PITCH TRIM and AUTOPILOT circuit breakers.
2. Determine if any mechanical damage exists causing interference with controls
precluding dispatch.
3. Check manual trim throughout range of travel for smooth operation.
4. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE
1. Consider reduced range due to flight below RVSM airspace, if required.
2. Flight planning shall include consideration of enroute and approach operations
(including weather) without the autopilot.
3. Crew coordination and briefings shall include operational considerations due to
inoperative electric trim and autopilot.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE
Place a placard stating, “ELECTRIC TRIM INOP – AUTOPILOT DISABLED. NO RVSM” on
instrument panel in view of the flight crew.

27-42-01 Horizontal Stabilizer Actuator

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE
1. To position the stabilizer in the negative (-) 2 degree position:
a. Make sure LANDING GEAR handle is in the DOWN position and flaps are
selected to 7 degrees or greater.
b. With electrical power applied (battery or GPU), select BATT switch ON.
c. Rotate Rotary Test knob to ANNUN and verify STAB MIS COMP annunciator
illuminates. Rotate Rotary Test knob to OFF and verify STAB MIS COMP
annunciator is extinguished.
d. To verify horizontal stabilizer is in the negative (-) 2 degree position, visually
inspect inboard leading edge of horizontal stabilizer and ensure the stab
position indicator is aligned with lower indicator on vertical stabilizer. If correct
position is confirmed, go to step 2. If horizontal stabilizer is NOT in the negative
(-) 2 degree position:
i. Select BATT to OFF and remove electrical power from aircraft.
ii. Access horizontal stabilizer by removing RH forward and lower wiper

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panels and RH lower side panel on vertical stabilizer.


iii. Access manual drive gear in actuator by opening diamond shaped
access cover located on forward side of actuator gear box cover
adjacent to hydraulic motor fluid line connection.
iv. Station a second technician in cockpit, connect power to aircraft, and
place BATT switch to ON.
v. Using a ¼ inch hex drive torque wrench set to less than 125 inch pounds
to prevent damage to stab actuator, rotate the manual drive gear
clockwise until STAB MIS COMP annunciator extinguishes. Horizontal
stabilizer position indicator on leading edge should align with lower
position indicator on vertical stabilizer.
vi. Place the BATT switch to OFF and remove power from aircraft.
vii. Reinstall all access covers and wiper panels.
2. Pull and secure STAB CONTROL circuit breaker.
3. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE

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OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE

Prior to each takeoff a member of the crew shall visually verify that the horizontal stabilizer is
in the correct position (-2 degree) for flight. (Make sure the stab position indicator is aligned
with the bottom limit of the indicating band on the vertical stab)

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
Place a placard stating, “HORIZONTAL STABILIZER IS LOCKED IN THE NEGATIVE (-) 2 DEGREE
(TAKEOFF) POSITION. MAXIMUM AIRSPEED: 200 KIAS/.62M. MAXIMUM ALTITUDE FL410”
on instrument panel in front of both pilots.

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27-60-01 Speed Brake System

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Pull and secure SPEEDBRAKE circuit breaker.
3. Safety wire upper and lower speedbrake panels together at the aft corners.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE
1. Prior to each takeoff a crew member shall visually inspect upper and lower speedbrake
panels for security.
2. Flight crew shall brief that spoilers are not available for use during EMER DESCENT. The
limit of FL410 is in place as a result of the increased time to descend.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Place a placard Place an INOP placard on the speedbrake switch cover.
2. Place a placard stating, “SPEEDBRAKES INOP NO FLIGHT ABOVE FL410” on instrument
panel in front of both pilots.

27-70-01 Control Lock System

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Prior to each flight the crew shall visibly verify full range of motion for all associated
flight controls and throttle levers.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE
Place an INOP placard above the control lock handle.

28-00-01 Single Point Refueling System

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Flight crew shall make sure ground servicing personnel are briefed on over-wing
fueling and that the lockable over-wing fuel caps (if installed) are unlocked prior to
fueling and locked after fueling.
3. Place an INOP placard of the SPR refueling receptacle.

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28-00-01-1) Single Point Refueling System Locking Dust Cap

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Prior to defueling/refueling the aircraft, inspect the SPR receptacle for any
contamination and clean as required.
3. After defueling/refueling clean the SPR receptacle to reduce the possibility of
contamination.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE
Place an INOP placard of the SPR refueling receptacle.

28-10-01 Over Wing Refueling Cap Lock

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. If lock is failed in the locked position, place a placard stating, “FUEL CAP LOCK INOP
REFUEL WITH SPR ONLY” adjacent to the affected lock.
3. If lock is failed in the unlocked position, place a placard stating, “FUEL CAP LOCK
INOP” adjacent to the affected lock. A crew member shall visible verify the affected
fuel cap is secure after fueling and prior to flight.

28-40-01 Fuel Low Level Indicating System

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Flight crew shall brief the loss of low fuel quantity warning system on the affected side.
3. Flight crew shall monitor fuel balance during flight to make sure adequate fuel remains
in both wing fuel tanks for planned mission.
4. Cover the affected indicator so that it cannot be mistaken for as functional.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE
Place a placard stating, “(AFFECTED SIDE) FUEL LOW LEVEL INOP” on the instrument panel
in view of the flight crew.

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28-41-01 Wing Tank Fuel Quantity Indicating System

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE
1. Refer to AFM Limitations section for maximum fuel imbalance limitation.
2. For first flight of day, position aircraft on level surface, defuel affected wing fuel tank,
and fuel aircraft to quantity to match wing with operational fuel quantity indicating
system. Record number of gallons added to the wing with inoperative fuel quantity
system for validation by flight crew. Ensure fuel caps are re-secured after visual
inspection. Make sure fuel caps are re-secured after visual inspection.
3. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE
FULL WING OPTION
1. Refer to AFM Limitations section for maximum fuel imbalance limitation.
2. For first flight of day, position aircraft on level surface, fuel aircraft to maximum capacity
and visual verify fuel levels from over-wing fuel caps. Ensure fuel caps are re-secured
after visual inspection.
3. Prior to fueling and flight, a crew member shall ensure aircraft is within Weight and
Center of Gravity limits and required Takeoff performance with full fuel. One way to
determine these conditions is to use CESNAV.
4. Prior to taxi, flight crew shall verify that fuel quantity and fuel flows can be properly
displayed on the FMS.
5. Flight crew shall perform checks every ½ hour of flight and immediately prior to
approach of the FMS Total Fuel and Left/Right Fuel Used indications to make sure
Left/Right fuel quantity remains within balance limits and meets landing fuel
requirements.
6. After parking and prior to shutdown, crew shall access and record FMS – LH/RH/Total
Fuel Quantity indication for reference.
7. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
MATCHED FUEL IN WING OPTION
1. Prior to fueling and flight, a crew member shall make sure aircraft is within Weight and
Center of Gravity limits and required Takeoff performance with full fuel. One way to
determine these conditions is to use CESNAV.
2. After aircraft is fueled, verify that the number of gallons added to the affected wing
results in fuel quantity to match the unaffected wing.
3. Prior to taxi, flight crew shall verify that fuel quantity and fuel flows can be properly
displayed on the FMS.
4. Flight crew shall perform checks every ½ hour of flight and immediately prior to
approach of the FMS Total Fuel and Left/Right Fuel Used indications to make sure
Left/Right fuel quantity remains within balance limits and meets landing fuel
requirements.
5. After parking and prior to shutdown, a crew shall access and record FMS – LH/RH/Total
Fuel Quantity indication for reference.
6. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE: Place an INOP placard on affected fuel quantity indicator.

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28-43-01 Fuel Temperature Indication

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Place a placard stating, “FUEL TEMP INOP” on the instrument panel in view of the
flight crew.

30-00-01 Drain Mast Heater

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE
1. Pull and secure the appropriate circuit breaker in the interior j-box.
2. Cover basin, sink, galley, etc.
3. Make sure all ice and liquid is removed from galley storage and drains are clear.
4. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE
Place a placard stating, “DRAIN MAST HTR INOP” on the instrument panel in view of the flight
crew.

30-00-02 Rosemount Ram Air Temperature (RAT) Probe Heater


(Units 5001-6000)

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Place a placard stating, “RAT HTR INOP NO FIKI” on instrument panel in view of the
flight crew.

30-10-01 Wing Bleed Air Anti-Ice System Failed Off (No Flow)

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE
CAUTION: Operating the system on the ground on an extremely hot day with engines at
a setting of 70% N 2 or greater may cause an over temperature indication
even without system failure.

To Verify Inoperative Side:


1. Position the aircraft in a suitable run-up area and chock both main landing gear.
2. Station an additional technician outside of aircraft. Make sure appropriate personal
safety equipment is used and all personnel are briefed on hazards of working with
operating engines.
3. Using AFM Normal Procedures, start both engines. Ensure AFM Ground Operation
Limitations are observed.
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wing tip bleed air vents on the lower side of the wing(s). The affected side will have no
airflow coming out of the vents.

To Isolate Affected System:

1. Remove the over-wing fairing panel on the affected side to access the V-band clamp on
the up-stream side of the associated anti-ice bleed air pressure regulating shutoff valve.
2. Remove the V-band clamp upstream of the valve and install a blanking plate with the
following specifications:
a. 301 stainless steel half hard.
b. 2.000”, +0.020/-0.000 in diameter.
c. .020” thick.
3. Re-install clamp and torque to appropriate values.
4. Position the aircraft in a suitable run-up area and chock both main landing gear.
5. Station an additional technician outside of aircraft. Make sure appropriate personal
safety equipment is used and all personnel are briefed on hazards of working with
operating engines.
6. Using AFM Normal Procedures, start both engines. Ensure AFM Ground Operation
Limitations are observed.
7. Turn WING/ENGINE anti-ice for the affected side ON. Have technician verify no heated
airflow from blanking plates.
8. Turn WING/ENGINE anti-ice on the unaffected side OFF and the WING XFLOW to ON
and have technician verify no heated airflow from the affected side wing bleed air
exhaust vent.
9. Using AFM Normal Procedures, power down aircraft
10. Re-install the affected side(s) lower fuselage-wing panels.
11. The associated circuit breakers shall remain engaged for engine anti-icing capabilities.
12. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Place a placard stating, “WING A/I INOP” above the WING/ENGINE anti ice switches.
2. Place a placard stating, “NO FIKI” on instrument panel in view of the flight crew.

30-10-02 Pneumatic Tail De-Ice System

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Place an INOP placard above the TAIL de-ice switch.
3. Place a placard stating, “NO FIKI” on the instrument panel in view of the flight crew.

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30-20-01-1) Engine Anti-Ice System Anti-Ice Failed On (Flow)

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE
NOTE: Since the engine inlet under temperature switch is set at 60ºF (15.56ºC), testing
on days where the ambient temperature approaches this set point may lead to
the annunciator not illuminating. Annunciator will only illuminate under normal
conditions in ambient temperature settings less than 60ºF (15.56ºC).
CAUTION: The wing engine anti-ice switches operate both the left and right wing leading
edge and engine air inlet systems. Do not operate the system longer than 5
minutes followed by a 30 minute cooling off period.
WARNING: To prevent personal injury, do not operate engines above 75%N 1 with less than
700 pounds (318 kg) total fuel in the tanks. Tire slide and unexpected forward
movement can occur. If any airplane interior components are removed, do not
operate engines above 75%N 1 with less than 2000 pounds (907 kg) total fuel in
the tanks.
WARNING: Use extreme care when touching heated surfaces. Severe burns to hands
could result.

1. Position aircraft in a suitable run-up area and chock both main landing gear.
2. Station an additional technician outside of aircraft. Make sure appropriate personal
safety equipment is used and all personnel are briefed on hazards of working with
operating engines.
3. Using AFM Normal Procedures, start both engines.
4. Ensure LH and RH ENGINE ANTI ICE circuit breakers are engaged.
5. Select the appropriate L or R ENGINE anti-ice switch to the ENGINE ON position and
verify the affected side indication(s) illuminates/display.
6. Slowly increase the affected side throttle to 70%N2 and verify the affected side
annunciator/CAS message extinguishes within one minute.
7. Switch the affected side ENGINE anti-ice switch to the OFF position and reduce throttle
to idle.
8. Repeat steps 4 thru 6 for the unaffected side.
9. Cautiously verify the temperature of the both engine inlets. The engine inlet should be a
minimum of outside air +50ºF(10ºC), verified by lightly touching the surfaces. Another
method is to verify heated airflow from the exhaust vent on the side of the engine
nacelle.
10. Using AFM Normal Procedures, power down aircraft.
11. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE
1. Flight crew shall make sure that ambient temperatures at takeoff/landing do not exceed
+10 degrees C.
2. Takeoff and landing performance calculations shall be computed for anti-ice ON.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE
Place a placard stating, “ENGINE INOP” below the ENGINE anti-ice switches.

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30-20-01-2) Engine Anti-Ice System Anti-Ice Failed Off (No Flow)

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE
CAUTION: Operating the system on the ground on an extremely hot day with engines at
a setting of 70% N 2 or greater may cause an over temperature indication even
without system failure.
WARNING: Use extreme care when touching heated surfaces. Severe burns to hands
could result.

To Verify Inoperative Side:


1. Position the aircraft in a suitable run-up area and chock both main landing gear.
2. Station an additional technician outside the aircraft. Make sure appropriate personal
safety equipment is used and all personnel are briefed on hazards of working with
operating engines.
3. Using AFM Normal Procedures, start both engines. Ensure AFM Ground Operation
Limitations are observed.
4. Turn ENGINE anti-ice ON. Have technician verify the affected engine inlet does not get
hot. Another method is to verify no heated airflow from the exhaust vent on the side of
the engine nacelle.
5. Using AFM Normal Procedures, power down aircraft.
To Isolate Affected System:
1. Remove the over-wing fairing panels to access the V-band clamp on the up-stream side
of the associated anti-ice bleed air pressure regulating shutoff valve.
2. Remove the V-band clamp upstream of the valve and install a blanking plate with the
following specifications:
a. 301 stainless steel half hard.
b. 2.000”, +0.020/-0.000 in diameter.
c. .020” thick.
3. Re-install clamp and torque to appropriate values.
4. Position the aircraft in a suitable run-up area and chock both main landing gear.
5. Station an additional technician outside of aircraft. Make sure appropriate personal
safety equipment is used and all personnel are briefed on hazards of working with
operating engines.
6. Using AFM Normal Procedures, start both engines. Ensure AFM Ground Operation
Limitations are observed.
7. Turn WING/ENGINE anti-ice ON. Have technician verify no heated airflow from blanking
plates.
8. Using AFM Normal Procedures, power down aircraft
9. Re-install both over-wing panels.
10. The associated circuit breakers shall remain engaged for engine anti-icing capabilities.
11. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Place an INOP placard below the ENGINE anti-ice switches.
2. Place a placard stating, “NO FIKI” on the instrument panel in view of the flight crew.

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30-30-01 Pitot Heater

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Place a placard stating, “(AFFECTED SYSTEM) PITOT HTR INOP” above the ANTI
ICE/DEICE panel.
3. Place a placard stating, “NO FIKI - NO RVSM” on the instrument panel in view of the
flight crew.

30-30-02 Static Port Heater

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. During the EXTERIOR preflight inspection turn on the static port heaters and allow
time to heat up.
3. Touch a finger to each individual static port and verify the unaffected heating
elements are warm. Heating element positions are as follows:
a. Port (left) side of aircraft:
i. Pilot – bottom port
ii. Copilot – top port
iii. Standby – aft port
b. Starboard (right) side of aircraft:
i. Pilot – top port
ii. Copilot – bottom port
iii. Standby – aft port
PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Place a placard stating, “(AFFECTED SYSTEM) STATIC HTR INOP” above the ANTI
ICE/DEICE panel.
3. Place a placard stating, “NO FIKI - NO RVSM” on the instrument panel in view of the
flight crew.

30-40-01 Rain Removal System (Forced Air)

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Place an INOP placard above the WINDSHIELD AIR switch.

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30-40-02 Windshield Anti-Ice System

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Place a placard stating, “(AFFECTED SIDE) W/S A/I INOP” above the WINDSHIELD
anti-ice switches.
2. Place a placard stating, “NO FIKI” on the instrument panel in view of the flight crew.

31-20-01 Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Hour Meter

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE
1. Flight crew shall insert a sheet into Aircraft Log showing Hobbs time at failure.
2. Record each APU START and STOP time (including time zone, if not recording zulu time).
3. Following each APU cycle, add APU time to total APU operations time to assure
compliance with maintenance and/or operations requirements.
4. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE: Place an INOP placard on APU hour meter.

31-20-02 Clock

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Place an INOP placard on the affected clock.
3. The flight crew shall use alternate time keeping methods for accurate timing
requirements.

31-20-04 Flight Hour Meter

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. The flight crew shall use alternate time keeping methods for accurate timing
requirements.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE: Place an INOP placard on the affected flight hour meter.

31-20-05 N1 Reminder (Mechanical or Electric) (Units 5001-6000)

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Place an INOP placard on the affected N1 reminder.
3. If desired, the flight crew can place a placard on the instrument panel with the N1
power setting.

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31-20-06 Throttle Detent Indicating Light/Indication (Units 5001-6000)

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
NOTE:This relief does not include the indication on the AMLCD display.
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Place an INOP placard adjacent to the affected throttle detent indication (TO, CLB,
CRU).

31-50-01 AIR DUCT O’HEAT, CKPT or CAB Annunciator (Units 5001-6000)

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE
1. Flight planning shall consider the fuel burn associated with flight at lower altitude and
affect on range.
2. Flight planning shall consider oxygen requirements associated with operating
regulations and altitudes.
3. MEA’s shall be taken into account for planned route.
4. Select PRESS SOURCE OFF.
5. Select Cabin EMER DUMP ON.
6. Set Cabin Altitude to 14,000 feet.
7. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Cover the affected annunciator(s) with tape.
2. Place a placard stating, “(AFFECTED ANNUNCIATOR) INOP” on the instrument panel in
view of the flight crew.

31-50-02 AP ENGAGE Switch Annunciator (Units 5001-6000)

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Place a placard stating, “ENGAGE ANNUNCIATOR INOP” adjacent to the ENGAGE
switch.

31-50-03 APU Oil Service Light

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE
1. Before each APU operation, ensure proper APU oil servicing.
2. If Service Oil Level Light (amber), or Low Oil Level Light (red) is inoperative, check oil
level on rod cap gauge/dipstick (if installed).
a. If oil level shows “MAX” on near “MAX”, the APU may be operated.
b. Aircraft without a dipstick may dispatch with amber light inoperative provided
red light illuminates during momentary BULB TEST and does not illuminate in
CHECK OIL LEVEL position.

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3. Record all APU operation time.


4. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE
Record all APU operation time.

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Place an INOP placard on affected light.
2. Place a placard stating, “RECORD ALL APU OPERATING TIMES” on the APU panel.

31-50-04-1) Battery Overtemp Indication BATT O’TEMP Annunciator (Units 5001-6000)

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Cover the affected annunciator with tape.
3. Place a placard stating, “BATT O’TEMP ANNUN INOP” on the instrument panel in
view of the flight crew.

31-50-05-1) Cabin Altitude Warning System Indication CAB ALT (Units 5001-6000)

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE
1. Flight planning shall consider the fuel burn associated with flight at lower altitude and
affect on range.
2. Flight planning shall consider oxygen requirements associated with operating
regulations and altitudes.
3. MEA’s shall be taken into account for planned route.
4. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Cover the affected annunciator with tape.
2. Place a placard stating, “CABIN ALTITUDE WARNING SYSTEM INOP NO FLIGHT ABOVE
14,000 FEET MSL” on the instrument panel in view of the flight crew.

31-50-05-2) Cabin Altitude Warning System Indication CABIN ALTITUDE Red CAS Message
(Units 6001 and on)

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE
1. Flight planning shall consider the fuel burn associated with flight at lower altitude and
affect on range.
2. Flight planning shall consider oxygen requirements associated with operating
regulations and altitudes.
3. MEA’s shall be taken into account for planned route.
4. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.

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PLACARDING PROCEDURE
Place a placard stating, “RED CABIN ALTITUDE CAS MSG INOP NO FLIGHT ABOVE 14,000 FEET
MSL” on the instrument panel in view of the flight crew.

31-50-06-1) Cabin Door Indication CABIN DOOR Annunciator (Units 5001-6000)

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE
1. Once the aircraft has been boarded, a crew member shall close and latch cabin door.
2. Verify all green door pin flags are visible.
3. Locate an unscrew cabin vent door access cover on aft side of cabin door steps.
4. Depress cabin vent door lever to ensure vent door is CLOSED.
5. Replace vent door cover.
6. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Cover the affected annunciator with tape.
2. Place a placard stating, “CABIN DOOR ANNUN INOP” on the instrument panel in view
of the flight crew.

31-50-06-3) Cabin Door Indication Light System (6-Pack)

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. During AFM COCKPIT PREPARATION Normal Procedure, verify the CABIN DOOR
annunciator illuminates during Rotary Test procedure
3. Prior to Pitch Trim – CHECK/SET test, a crew member shall close cabin door and verify
CABIN DOOR annunciator illuminates.
4. Once the aircraft has been boarded, a crew member shall close and latch cabin door.
5. Verify all green door pin flags are visible.
6. Locate and unscrew cabin vent door access cover on aft side of cabin door steps.
7. Depress cabin vent door lever to ensure vent door is CLOSED.
8. Replace vent door access cover.

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
Place an INOP placard on the affected light system.

31-50-07-1) Cabin Door Seal Indication DOOR SEAL Annunciation System (Units 5001-6000)

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE
CAUTION: Extreme care shall be exercised not to close door with door pins extended.
Damage will result.

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CAUTION: Holding the plunger longer that a few seconds can damage the seal. The
primary door seal and acoustic seal should inflate. The primary seal should
remain inflated when the plunger is released.

1. Position aircraft in a suitable run-up area and chock both main landing gear.
2. With a member of the flight crew or a qualified technician in the Pilot seat and using
AFM Normal Procedures, start the APU or one engine (Right engine is preferred).
3. With cabin door OPEN, move door handle to LOCKED position.
4. Momentarily depress door seal plunger located in the lower aft door pin receptacle and
allow door seals to inflate.
5. Move door handle to OPEN position and stow handle. Primary door seal should deflate.
6. Using AFM Normal Procedures, power down aircraft.
7. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Cover the affected annunciator with tape.
2. Place a placard stating, “DOOR SEAL ANNUN INOP” on the instrument panel in view of
the flight crew.

31-50-08-1) Emergency Pressurization Indication EMER PRESS Annunciator (Units 5001-


6000)
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE

CAUTION: Make sure the parking brake is set. The brakes will not function when the
squat switch is disabled or in the air position.

1. Position aircraft in a suitable run-up area and chock both main landing gear.
2. Connect landing gear squat switch breakout box to LH GEAR WELL DISC electrical
connector.
3. Set PARK BRAKE.
4. Using AFM Normal Procedures, start left engine and advance throttle to 60% N 2 .
5. Select PRESS SOURCE to EMER.
6. Set squat switch on landing gear breakout bow to IN AIR.
7. Listen for increased airflow in cabin.
8. Select PRESS SOURCE to OFF. Airflow should stop.
9. Bring the throttle to idle and set the squat switch breakout box to ON GROUND.
10. Using AFM Normal Procedures, power down aircraft.
11. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE

Place an INOP placard on EMER PRESS light.

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31-50-09-1) Engine Anti Ice Indication ENG ANTI-ICE, L or R Annunciator (Units 5001-6000)

PLACARDING PROCEDURE

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Cover the affected annunciator with tape.
3. Place a placard stating, “(AFFECTED SYSTEM) ANNUN INOP” on the instrument panel
in view of the flight crew.
4. Place a placard stating, “NO FIKI” on the instrument panel in view of the flight crew.

31-50-10-1) Exterior Door Unlocked Indication ACC DOOR UNLOCKED, NOSE or TAIL
Annunciator System (Units 5001-6000)

PLACARDING PROCEDURE

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Cover the affected annunciator with tape.
3. Place a placard stating, “(AFFECTED SYSTEM) ANNUN INOP” on the instrument panel
in view of the flight crew.

31-50-11-1) Fuel Gauge Indication FUEL GAUGE, L or R Annunciator (Units 5001-6000)


OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE

1. Refer to AFM Limitations section for maximum fuel imbalance limitation.


2. For first flight of day, position aircraft on level surface, fuel aircraft to maximum capacity
and visual verify fuel levels from over-wing fuel caps. Ensure fuel caps are re-secured
after visual inspection.
3. Prior to flight, a crew member shall ensure aircraft is within Center of Gravity limits and
required Takeoff performance with full fuel. One way to determine these conditions is
to use CESNAV.
4. Prior to taxi, flight crew shall verify that fuel quantity and fuel flows can be properly
displayed on the FMS.
5. Flight crew shall perform checks every ½ hour of flight and immediately prior to
approach of the FMS Total Fuel and Left/Right Fuel Used indications to ensure Left/Right
fuel quantity remains within balance limits and meets landing fuel requirements.
6. After parking and prior to shutdown, crew shall access and record FMS – LH/RH/Total
Fuel Quantity indication for reference.
7. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Cover the affected annunciator with tape.
2. Place a placard stating, “(AFFECTED SYSTEM) ANNUN INOP” on the instrument panel
in view of the flight crew.

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31-50-12-1) Generator (D.C.) Indication GEN OFF, L or R Annunciator (Units 5001-6000)


OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE

1. Prior to each takeoff the pilot shall turn the affected generator system OFF and turn
voltage select knob to the affected side and check for normal bus voltage. If bus voltage
is normal, turn unaffected side ON and check for shared amperage load.
2. During all phases of aircraft operation, the pilot shall check for correct voltage and
amperage at least every 15 minutes.
3. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Cover the affected annunciator with tape.
2. Place a placard stating, “(AFFECTED SYSTEM) ANNUN INOP” on the instrument panel
in view of the flight crew.

31-50-13-1) Hydraulic Flow Indication LO HYD FLOW, L or R Annunciator (Units 5001-6000)


OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE

1. Verify adequate hydraulic fluid level.


2. Position aircraft in suitable run-up area and chock both main landing gear.
3. Using AFM Normal Procedures start engine on affected side.
4. Cycle speed brakes and thrust reversers on operating engine and flaps to verify normal
actuation times, hydraulic system on affected side is functional and that this is only an
indication issue.
5. Using AFM Normal Procedures, power down aircraft.
6. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Cover the affected annunciator with tape.
2. Place a placard stating, “(AFFECTED SYSTEM) LO HYD FLOW ANNUN INOP” on the
instrument panel in view of the flight crew.

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31-50-14-1) Hydraulic Fluid Level Indication LO HYD LEVEL Annunciator (Units 5001-6000)
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE

1. Before each flight, a crew member shall visually verify hydraulic fluid level for proper
servicing.
2. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE

1. Cover the affected annunciator with tape.


2. Place a placard stating, “LO HYD LEVEL ANNUN INOP” on the instrument panel in view
of the flight crew.

31-50-15-1) Lavatory Door Indication LAV DOOR Annunciator System (Units 5001-6000)
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE

1. Prior to each taxi, takeoff or landing, a crew member shall physically inspect the lavatory
door to ensure it is latched in the OPEN position.
2. On passenger-carrying flight:
a. Flight crew shall brief passengers that the lavatory door shall be kept latched in
the OPEN position while the lavatory is not in use, and that the door shall be
latched OPEN for takeoff and prior to landing. Flight crew may ask passengers to
assist with this task.
b. Prior to takeoff and landing, a crew member shall observe the lavatory door and
ensure it is latched OPEN. If there is any doubt, a passenger may physically
ensure the lavatory door is latched OPEN.
3. On non-passenger flights:
a. A crew member shall physically verify the lavatory door is latched OPEN prior to
takeoff.
b. Following any biological visit to lavatory. The crew member shall latch lavatory
door in OPEN position.
c. Prior to landing, a crew member shall look through the cabin to ensure lavatory
door is still latched OPEN.
4. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Cover the affected annunciator with tape.
2. Place a placard stating, “LAV DOOR ANNUN INOP” on the instrument panel in view of
the flight crew.

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31-50-16-1) Master Warning/Caution Light System Master Warning Light

PLACARDING PROCEDURE

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Place an INOP placard on the affected master warning light.

31-50-16-2) Master Warning/Caution Light System Master Warning Reset Function

PLACARDING PROCEDURE

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Place a placard stating, “MASTER WARN RESET INOP” adjacent to the affected
master warn system.

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31-50-16-3) Master Warning/Caution Light System Master Caution Light

PLACARDING PROCEDURE

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Place an INOP placard on the affected master warning light.

31-50-16-4) Master Warning/Caution Light System Master Caution Reset Function

PLACARDING PROCEDURE

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Place a placard stating, “MASTER CAUTION RESET INOP” adjacent to the affected
master warn system.

31-50-17-1) Pitot/Static Heater Indication P/S HTR, L or R or STBY P/S HTR Annunciators
(Units 5001-6000)
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE

1. During the EXTERIOR INSPECTION, a crew member shall physically verify pitot/static
heaters are operative.
2. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE

1. Cover the affected annunciator with tape.


2. Place a placard stating, “(AFFECTED SYSTEM) ANNUN INOP” on the instrument panel
in view of the flight crew.
3. Place a placard stating, “NO FIKI” on the instrument panel in view of the flight crew.

31-50-18 TAWS Annunciator (PULL UP, TERRAIN, BELOW G/S) Units 5001-5500)

PLACARDING PROCEDURE

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Place a placard stating, “(AFFECTED SYSTEM) ANNUN INOP” adjacent to the affected
annunciator.

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31-50-19-1) Wing Anti-Ice Indication WING ANTI-ICE, L or R Annunciator (Units 5001-6000)

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Cover the affected annunciator with tape.
3. Place a placard stating, “(AFFECTED SYSTEM) ANNUN INOP” on the instrument panel
in view of the flight crew.
4. Place a placard stating, “NO FIKI” on the instrument panel in view of the flight crew.

31-50-20 YD ENGAGE Switch Annunciator (Units 5001-6000)

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Place a placard stating, “YD ANNUN INOP” adjacent to the YD switch.

31-50-21 Flight Director Mode Selector Annunciator (Units 5001-6000)


OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE
1. During flight, the crew member selecting a flight director mode shall verbalize the mode
selected.
2. Second crew member shall respond by verbalizing the flight director mode displayed on
the PFD.
3. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE
Place placards above both PFD’s stating, “XXX,XXX FD MODE LIGHTS INOP” where “XXX,XXX”
are the specific flight director mode lights that are inoperative.

33-10-01 Cockpit and Instrument Lighting System

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Place a placard stating, “(AFFECTED SYSTEM) LIGHTS INOP” on the instrument panel
in view of the flight crew.

33-10-02 Windshield Ice Detect Light


OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE
1. During night operations, a crew member shall inspect the windshield for ice
accumulation every fifteen (15) minutes using the operative ice detect light.
2. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE: Place an INOP placard adjacent to affected light.

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33-10-02 Windshield Ice Detect Light

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Place an INOP placard adjacent to the affected light.
3. Place a placard stating “(AFFECTED SIDE) W/S ICE DETECT LIGHT INOP” on instrument
panel in view of flight crew.

33-20-01 Cabin Interior Lighting System (Excludes Cabin Emergency Lighting System)
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE
1. Do not apply power to aircraft.
2. Prior to each flight, crew member shall select EMER LTS to ARM and INTERIOR MASTER
toggle to OFF.
3. Crew shall verify the following lights illuminate
a. Cabin Overhead Lights:
i. Left Forward
ii. Right Forward
iii. Right mid-cabin
iv. Left aft
v. Emergency Exit Door
b. Exit Signs:
i. Above main cabin door
ii. Above Emergency exit door
iii. Left aft cabin/vanity divider
iv. Every third bulb of Left and Right forward section
v. Aft section dropped aisle lighting
c. Exit Indicators:
i. Forward and aft of main cabin door
ii. Below Emergency exit door
4. A member of the crew shall verify that there is sufficient lighting to perform required
duties.
5. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE
Place an INOP placard on affected light(s).

33-20-01 Cabin Interior Lighting System (Excludes Cabin Emergency Lighting System)

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Place an INOP placard on affected light(s).

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33-20-01 Cabin Interior Lighting System (Excludes Cabin Emergency Lighting System)
(No Pax)

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Place an INOP placard on affected light(s).

33-20-02 Divider Accent Light Incandescent

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Place an INOP placard over the affected light.

33-20-03 Lighted Passenger Information Sign (Excludes Cabin Emergency Lighting


System)
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE
1. A crew member shall use the PA system to make appropriate announcements.
2. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE
Place an INOP placard on the affected light/sign.

33-20-03 Lighted Passenger Information Sign (Excludes Cabin Emergency Lighting


System) (no cabin occupants)
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE
1. A crew member shall use the PA system to make appropriate announcements.
2. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Place an INOP placard on the affected light/sign.

33-20-03 Lighted Passenger Information Sign (Excludes Cabin Emergency Lighting


System)

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Place an INOP placard on the affected light/sign.

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33-20-04 Exit Sign Lighting (Incandescent)

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Place a placard stating, “(# BULBS) INOP” adjacent to the affected light.

33-40-01 Anti-Collision Light System (Strobe)

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
CAUTION: LED elements are very bright. Use appropriate eye protection when looking
at a lighted LED assembly.
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Place a placard stating, “(# OF ELEMENTS) INOP” adjacent to the affected light.

33-40-01 Anti-Collision Light System (Strobe)


OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE

CAUTION: LED elements are very bright. Use appropriate eye protection when looking
at a lighted LED assembly.
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. During the EXTERIOR PREFLIGHT INSPECTION a crew member shall visually verify that all
navigation lights and the ground recognition light are operative.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE
Place an INOP placard above/adjacent to the affected light switch.

33-40-02 Fuselage Mounted Taxi/Landing Light (No night)

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Place an INOP placard adjacent to the affected light switch.

33-40-02 Fuselage Mounted Taxi/Landing Light

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Place an INOP placard adjacent to the affected light switch.

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33-40-03 Ground Recognition Light (Flashing Beacon)

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. If aircraft is operated at night, make sure all personnel in the vicinity of the aircraft
are made aware of intended aircraft operations.
3. Place an INOP placard adjacent to the affected light switch.

33-40-04 Logo Light

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Place an INOP placard adjacent to the affected light switch.

33-40-05 Position (Navigation) Light System

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Place an INOP placard adjacent to the affected light switch.

33-40-06 Pulse Light System

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Place an INOP placard adjacent to the affected light switch.

33-40-07 Tail Cone Baggage Compartment Light

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Place an INOP placard adjacent to the affected light switch.

33-40-08 Tail Cone Maintenance Compartment Light

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Place an INOP placard adjacent to the affected light switch.

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33-40-10 Wing Inspection Light (No night)

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Place an INOP placard adjacent to the affected light switch.

33-40-10 Wing Inspection Light

PLACARDING PROCEDURE

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Place an INOP placard adjacent to the affected light switch.

33-40-11 Wing Leading Edge Landing Light (No night)

PLACARDING PROCEDURE

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Place an INOP placard adjacent to the affected light switch.

33-40-11 Wingtip Mounted Landing Light

PLACARDING PROCEDURE

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Place an INOP placard adjacent to the affected light switch.

33-40-12 Wingtip Mounted Recognition Light

PLACARDING PROCEDURE

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Place an INOP placard adjacent to the affected light switch.

33-50-01 Exterior Emergency Light

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Place a placard stating, “(AFFECTED SYSTEM) INOP” on the instrument panel in view
of the flight crew.

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33-50-02 Flight Deck Flashlight

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Make sure an acceptable replacement flashlight is available to the flight crew.
3. Place an INOP placard on the affected flashlight.

33-50-03-1) Floor Proximity Emergency Escape Path Marking System Light LH Forward

PLACARDING PROCEDURE

NOTE: The picture in this relief shows where on the cabin floor to place the
required placard and may not reflect actual location of the emergency floor
proximity lights.

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Place a placard stating, “(# BULBS) EMER PATH LIGHTS INOP” on the side of the cabin
seat floorboard directly above the affected light(s).

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33-50-03-1) Floor Proximity Emergency Escape Path Marking System Light LH Forward

PLACARDING PROCEDURE

NOTE: The picture in this relief shows where on the cabin floor to place the
required placard and may not reflect actual location of the emergency floor
proximity lights.

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Place a placard stating, “(# LEDs) EMER PATH LIGHTS INOP” on the side of the cabin
seat floorboard directly above the affected light(s).

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33-50-03-2) Floor Proximity Emergency Escape Path Marking System Light RH AFT

PLACARDING PROCEDURE

NOTE: The picture in this relief shows where on the cabin floor to place the
required placard and may not reflect actual location of the emergency floor
proximity lights.

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Place a placard stating, “(# BULBS) EMER PATH LIGHTS INOP” on the side of the cabin
seat floorboard directly above the affected light(s).

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33-50-03-2) Floor Proximity Emergency Escape Path Marking System Light RH AFT

PLACARDING PROCEDURE

NOTE: The picture in this relief shows where on the cabin floor to place the
required placard and may not reflect actual location of the emergency floor
proximity lights.

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Place a placard stating, “(# LEDs) EMER PATH LIGHTS INOP” on the side of the cabin
seat floorboard directly above the affected light(s).

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33-50-04 LED Light Source for Emergency Exit (Escape Hatch)

PLACARDING PROCEDURE

CAUTION: LED elements are very bright. Use appropriate eye protection when looking
at a lighted LED assembly.

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Place a placard stating, “(# OF ELEMENTS) INOP” adjacent to the affected light.

34-00-01 Course Selector Knob

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Place an INOP placard adjacent to the affected knob.

34-00-03-1) VHF Navigation System VOR

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Place an INOP placard adjacent to/on the affected equipment.

34-00-03-1)-a) VHF Navigation System ILS Localizer

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Place a placard stating, “LOC INOP” adjacent to the affected equipment.

34-00-03-1)-b) VHF Navigation System ILS Glideslope

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Place a placard stating, “ILS GS INOP” adjacent to the affected equipment.

34-18-01 Angle of Attack Gauge (Units 5001-6000)

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Place an INOP placard on the affected gauge.

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34-18-02 Angle of Attack Indexer

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Place an INOP placard on the affected indicator.

34-18-02 Angle of Attack Probe Heater

PLACARDING PROCEDURE

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Place a placard stating, “AOA HTR INOP NO FIKI” on the instrument panel in view of
the flight crew.

34-20-01 Slip-Skid Indicator (Bezel mounted inclinometer) (Units 5001-6000)

PLACARDING PROCEDURE

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Place an INOP placard on the affected indicator.

34-23-01 Non-Stabilized Magnetic Compass

PLACARDING PROCEDURE

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Place an INOP placard on the magnetic compass.

34-25-01-1)-b) Display Controller – Honeywell Primary Flight Display (PFD) Controller (Units
5001-6000) Elapsed Time Function Switch (Units 5001-6000)

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Place a placard stating, “ELAPSE TIME INOP” below to the affected switch.

34-25-01-1)-c) Display Controller – Honeywell Primary Flight Display (PFD) Controller (Units
5001-6000) FMS Source Selector Switch (Units 5001-6000)

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Place a placard stating, “FMS SOURCE SELECT INOP” below the affected switch.

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34-25-01-1)-d) Display Controller – Honeywell Primary Flight Display (PFD) Controller (Units
5001-6000) Ground Speed/Time to Go (GSPD/TTG) Switch (Units 5001-5500)

PLACARDING PROCEDURE

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Place a placard stating, “GSPD/TTG INOP” below the affected switch.

34-25-01-1)-e) Display Controller – Honeywell Primary Flight Display (PFD) Controller (Units
5001-6000) Horizontal Indicator Mode Selector Switch (HIS) (Units 5001-6000)

PLACARDING PROCEDURE

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Place a placard stating, “HIS SWITCH INOP” below the affected switch.

34-25-01-1)-g) Display Controller – Honeywell Primary Flight Display (PFD) Controller


(Units 5001-6000) RA/BARO Switch (Units 5001-6000)

PLACARDING PROCEDURE

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Place a placard stating, “RA/BARO INOP” adjacent to the affected switch.

34-25-01-1)-h) Display Controller – Honeywell Primary Flight Display (PFD) Controller (Units
5001-6000) Radio Altitude Knob (Units 5001-5500)

PLACARDING PROCEDURE

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Place a placard stating, “RAD ALT KNOB INOP” adjacent to the affected knob.

34-25-01-1)-i) Display Controller – Honeywell Primary Flight Display (PFD) Controller (Units
5001-6000) Single Cue/Cross Pointer (SC/CP) Switch (Units 5001-6000)

PLACARDING PROCEDURE

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Place a placard stating, “SC/CP SWITCH INOP” below the affected switch.

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34-25-01-1)-j) Display Controller – Honeywell Primary Flight Display (PFD) Controller (Units
5001-6000) “STANDARD” Barometer Pressure Switch (Units 5001-6000)

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Place an INOP placard over the affected switch.

34-25-01-1)-k) Display Controller – Honeywell Primary Flight Display (PFD) Controller (Units
5001-6000) VOR/Localizer Source Selector Switch (NAV) (Units 5001-6000)

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Place a placard stating, “VOR/LOC SOURCE SWITCH INOP” below the affected switch.

34-25-01-1)-m) Display Controller – Honeywell Primary Flight Display (PFD) Controller


(Units 5001-6000) Bearing Pointer Select Knob (Units 5001-6000)

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Place an INOP placard adjacent to the affected knob.

34-25-01-2)-a) Display Controller – Honeywell Multi Function Display (MFD) Controller (Units
5001-6000) Checklist Function Button (NORM, EMER, RCL, PAG, SKP, ENT)
(Units 5001-5500)

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Place a placard stating, “(FUNCTION) BUTTON INOP” below the affected button.

34-25-01-2)-e) Display Controller – Honeywell Multi Function Display (MFD) Controller (Units
5001-6000) Joystick Controller (Units 5001-5500)

PLACARDING PROCEDURE

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Place a placard stating, “JOYSTICK INOP” adjacent to the affected joystick.

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34-25-01-2)-e) Display Controller – Honeywell Multi Function Display (MFD) Controller (Units
5001-6000) Joystick Controller (Units 5500-6000)

PLACARDING PROCEDURE

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Place a placard stating, “JOYSTICK INOP” adjacent to the affected joystick.

34-25-01-2)-f) Display Controller – Honeywell Multi Function Display (MFD) Controller (Units
5001-6000) MAP/PLAN SWITCH (Units 5001-6000)

PLACARDING PROCEDURE

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Place a placard stating, “MAP/PLAN SWITCH INOP” below the affected switch.

34-25-01-2)-g) Display Controller – Honeywell Multi Function Display (MFD) Controller (Units
5001-6000) Range Selector (Units 5001-6000)

PLACARDING PROCEDURE

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Place a placard stating, “RANGE SELECT INOP” adjacent to the affected selector.

34-25-01-2)-h) Display Controller – Honeywell Multi Function Display (MFD) Controller (Units
5001-6000) Symbol Display Button (APT, VOR, DAT) (Units 5001-5500)

PLACARDING PROCEDURE

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Place a placard stating, “(AFFECTED FUNCTION) INOP” below the affected switch.

34-25-01-2)-i) Display Controller – Honeywell Multi Function Display (MFD) Controller (Units
5001-6000) WX SWITCH (Units 5001-5500)

PLACARDING PROCEDURE

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Place an INOP placard over the affected switch.

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34-25-01-2)-i) Display Controller – Honeywell Multi Function Display (MFD) Controller (Units
5001-6000) WX SWITCH (Units 5500-6000)

PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Place an INOP placard over the affected switch.

34-25-02 Multi Function Display Unit (MFD) (Units 5001-6000)


OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE

1. Verify both PFD’s are operational.


2. Prior to flight, each crew member shall verify all functions of their respective PFD
controller are operational.
3. If radar is required, it should be displayed on the PFD in 60 degree arc compass rose
presentation.
4. Traffic display on the MFD will be inoperative. Crew to brief response to any aural alerts
encountered. Crew also to brief use of alternate sources of display, if available.
5. EGPWS display will be unavailable on MFD. Display should be selected on at least one of
the PFDs.
6. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE
Place an INOP placard on the MFD.

34-25-05 Flight Director System

PLACARDING PROCEDURE

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Make sure the command bars are not in view.
3. Place a placard stating, “FLIGHT DIRECTOR INOP” adjacent to flight director.
4. Place a placard stating, “NO RVSM” on the instrument panel in view of the flight crew.

34-25-08 Standby HSI Heading Information (Units 5001-6000)

PLACARDING PROCEDURE

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Place an INOP placard on the standby HSI.

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34-34-01 Marker Beacon Receiver System

PLACARDING PROCEDURE

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Place an INOP placard on the affected equipment.

34-35-01 Heads-Up Display (HUD)

PLACARDING PROCEDURE

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Place an INOP placard on the affected system

34-35-01 Heads-Up Display (HUD)


OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. If the HUD is integrated into normal procedures, especially during low visibility
operations, the crew must brief alternate procedures. The alternate procedures should
include increasing visibility requirements for the planned mission at the crew’s
discretion.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE

Place an INOP placard on the affected system.

34-42-01 Weather Radar System

PLACARDING PROCEDURE

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Place an INOP placard on the weather radar controller.

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34-44-01-1) Terrain Awareness Warning System (TAWS)/Ground Proximity Warning


System (GPWS) Class A TAWS Equipment Required Ground Proximity Warning
System (GPWS)
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Crew briefings shall include aural callouts through use of appropriate aircraft equipment
to make sure obstacle and terrain clearance.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE

Place a placard stating, “GPWS INOP” on the instrument panel in view of the flight crew.

34-44-01-1)-a) Terrain Awareness Warning System (TAWS)/Ground Proximity Warning


System (GPWS) Class A TAWS Equipment Required Modes 1 – 4
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Crew briefings shall include aural callouts through use of appropriate aircraft equipment
to make sure obstacle and terrain clearance.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE

Place a placard stating, “GPWS MODE(S) (#) INOP” on the instrument panel in view of the
flight crew.

34-44-01-1)-b) Terrain Awareness Warning System (TAWS)/Ground Proximity Warning


System (GPWS) Class A TAWS Equipment Required Test Mode

PLACARDING PROCEDURE

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Place a placard stating, “GPWS TEST INOP” on the instrument panel in view of the
flight crew.

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34-44-01-1)-c) Terrain Awareness Warning System (TAWS)/Ground Proximity Warning


System (GPWS) Class A TAWS Equipment Required Glideslope Deviation
(Mode 5)

PLACARDING PROCEDURE

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Place a placard stating, “GPWS GS INOP” on the instrument panel in view of the flight
crew.

34-44-01-1)-d) Terrain Awareness Warning System (TAWS)/Ground Proximity Warning


System (GPWS) Class A TAWS Equipment Required Advisory Callouts
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Crew briefings shall include aural callouts through use of appropriate aircraft equipment
to make sure obstacle and terrain clearance.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE

Place a placard stating, “GPWS ADVISORY CALLOUTS INOP” on the instrument panel in view
of the flight crew.

34-44-01-1)-d) Terrain Awareness Warning System (TAWS)/Ground Proximity Warning


System (GPWS) Class A TAWS Equipment Required Advisory Callouts
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Crew briefings shall include aural callouts through use of appropriate aircraft equipment
to make sure obstacle and terrain clearance.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE

Place a placard stating, “GPWS ADVISORY CALLOUTS INOP” on the instrument panel in view
of the flight crew.

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34-44-01-1)-e) Terrain Awareness Warning System (TAWS)/Ground Proximity


Warning System (GPWS) Class A TAWS Equipment Required
Windshear Mode (Reactive)
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE

1. Crew briefings shall include aural callouts through use of appropriate aircraft equipment
(airspeed, IVSI, etc.) and available weather reports for detection and prompt resolution
of windshear encounter.
2. Prior to each takeoff and approach, crew shall obtain weather reports to ensure
windshear conditions are neither reported or forecast for route of flight.
3. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE

Place a placard stating, “GPWS WINDSHEAR MODE INOP” on the instrument panel in view of
the flight crew.

34-44-01-2) Terrain Awareness Warning System (TAWS)/Ground Proximity Warning


System (GPWS) Class A TAWS Equipment Required Terrain System-Forward
Looking Terrain Avoidance (FLTA) and Premature Descent Alert (PDA)
Functions
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE

1. Crew briefings shall include:


a. Review of significant terrain expected to be encountered and obstacles in
airport area.
b. Aural callouts to be used through use of appropriate aircraft equipment to make
sure obstacle and terrain clearance.
c. Review of MSA and step-down fixes of the approach and means to verify and
callout passage of these points.
2. Flight Manual and Operating Manual can be consulted for climb gradients available for
phase of flight being approached.
3. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE

Place a placard stating, “GPWS FLTA AND PDA INOP” on the instrument panel in view of the
flight crew.

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34-44-01-3) Terrain Awareness Warning System (TAWS)/Ground Proximity Warning


System (GPWS) Class A TAWS Equipment Required Terrain Displays

PLACARDING PROCEDURE

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Place a placard stating, “GPWS TERR DISPLAY INOP” on the instrument panel in view
of the flight crew.

34-44-01-4) Terrain Awareness Warning System (TAWS)/Ground Proximity Warning


System (GPWS) Class A TAWS Equipment Required Runway Awareness and
Advisory System (RAAS)

PLACARDING PROCEDURE

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Place a placard stating, “RAAS INOP” on the instrument panel in view of the flight
crew.

34-44-02 Radio Altimeter System


PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Crew briefings shall include aural callouts through use of appropriate aircraft
equipment to make sure obstacle and terrain clearance.
3. Place a placard stating, “TAWS/GPWS, RAD ALT INOP” on the instrument panel in view
of the flight crew.

34-51-01 Distance Measuring Equipment (DME) Systems


PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Make sure the affected system is turned OFF.
3. Place an INOP placard on the affected system.

34-52-01 ATC Transponders and Automatic Altitude Reporting Systems


PLACARDING PROCEDURE
1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Flight crew shall contact the appropriate ATC facilities having jurisdiction over the
planned route of flight and coordinate operations as required.
3. Make sure the affected system is turned OFF.
4. Place an INOP placard on the affected system.

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34-52-01 ATC Transponders and Automatic Altitude Reporting Systems


PLACARDING PROCEDURE

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Flight crew shall contact the appropriate ATC facilities having jurisdiction over the
planned route of flight and coordinate operations as required.
3. Flight crew shall make sure compliance with the associated (M) Procedure for the
appropriate TCAS system pages 34-21 thru 34-26.
4. Make sure the affected system is turned OFF.
5. Place a placard stating, “XPNDR INOP” on the affected system.
6. Place a placard stating, “NO RVSM” on the instrument panel in view of the flight crew.

34-55-01 Automatic Direction Finding (ADF) System


PLACARDING PROCEDURE

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Make sure the affected system is turned OFF.
3. Place an INOP placard on the affected system.

34-57-01 Global Positioning System (GPS/GNSS/SBAS)


PLACARDING PROCEDURE

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Make sure the affected system is turned OFF.
3. Place an INOP placard on the affected system.

34-60-01 Flight Management System (FMS)


PLACARDING PROCEDURE

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Make sure the affected system is turned OFF.
3. Place an INOP placard on the affected system.

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34-60-01-1) Flight Management System (FMS) Navigation Databases


OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. A crew member shall verify the type, suitability, and operational status of each
Navigational Facility to be used during route of flight, either by a current Aeronautical
Chart, Airport Facility Directory or verbally with FAA personnel, such as Flight Service
Station briefer.
3. Once tuned, each navigational facility shall be identified using the audible signal
transmitted by the facility.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE

Place a placard stating, “NAVIGATION DATABASE IS NOT CURRENT” adjacent to FMS CDU
Controller.

34-60-01-2) Flight Management System (FMS) Fuel Planning and Indication Function
PLACARDING PROCEDURE

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Place a placard stating, “FUEL PLAN INOP” adjacent to the affected FMS.

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35-00-01 Oxygen Tank Fill Port


MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE

WARNING: While oxygen supports combustion, materials that will not normally do not flash
in the atmosphere will readily burn or explode in the presence of concentrated
oxygen.

WARNING ; Do not permit Smoking, open flame or potential sources of electrical sparks
should not be permitted near the airplane while maintenance is being
performed on the oxygen system. Make sure that all electrical power is
disconnected and that the airplane is properly grounded.

WARNING: Use extreme caution to make sure that all components are kept thoroughly
clean of oil, grease or solvent contamination. These or similar products may
explode or burn spontaneously when in contact with pure oxygen.

1. Access the oxygen bottle cylinder, cut safety wire on bottle neck valve, and turn oxygen
bottle OFF.
2. Slowly disconnect line from fill port to bottle at bottle neck and purge line of any
oxygen.
3. Cap and/or plug any open lines.
4. Connect Oxygen cart hose to oxygen bottle ensuring a proper connection.
5. Station an additional qualified person in the copilot’s seat with the foul weather window
open for clear communications.
6. Turn Oxygen bottle ON and slowly begin to fill bottle. Once bottle has reached the
proper servicing pressure, turn Oxygen bottle valve OFF and turn OFF oxygen cart.
Allow the bottle to cool from thermal expansion for 30 minutes and recheck servicing
pressure.
7. Once Oxygen bottle is properly serviced, slowly disconnect oxygen cart and re-connect
all oxygen lines.
8. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE

Place an INOP placard adjacent to the fill port.

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35-00-02 Oxygen Servicing Panel Pressure Gauge


OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Station an additional qualified person in the copilot’s seat with the foul weather window
open for clear communications.
3. Service the oxygen system to appropriate pressure while personnel inside aircraft
monitors pressure gauge.
4. When the oxygen pressure reaches the desired quantity, stop the flow of oxygen and
allow the bottle to cool.
5. .Recheck oxygen pressure an finish servicing to desired pressure.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE

Place an INOP placard on affect gauge.

35-10-01 EROS Crew Oxygen Mask Tension Control System


OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. During the COCKPIT/CABIN PREFLIGHT INSPECTION the affected oxygen mask shall be
tested for proper oxygen delivery.
3. Repack the affected oxygen mask as appropriate.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE

Place a placard stating “TENSION CONTROL INOP” on the affected mask holder.

35-20-01 Passenger Oxygen System


PLACARDING PROCEDURE

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Place a placard stating, “PAX O2 INOP” adjacent to the oxygen controls.

35-20-02 Cabin Passenger Oxygen Drop Out Panel Including Oxygen Mask
PLACARDING PROCEDURE

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Place a placard stating, “(AFFECTED SYSTEM) INOP” adjacent to the affected
equipment.

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38-00-01 Overboard Drain


MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Remove any liquids or solids from associated storage compartment(s) and make sure
system(s) is completely drained.
3. Pull and secure appropriate circuit breaker for affected system(s).
PLACARDING PROCEDURE

Place an INOP placard adjacent to the affected drain.

38-10-01 Potable Water Systems


MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE

NOTE: Refer to the appropriate Cessna Maintenance Manual and/or Interiors


Manual for information of the individual aircraft installation.

For Aft Vanity Water Storage Tank:


1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
2. Pull and secure water heater circuit breaker. For lower vanity tank with pump, pull and
secure the drawer lights/water circuit breaker located on the interior electrical panel in
the vanity.
3. Open/remove access panels from lower vanity or upper LH bulkhead closet as needed to
access tank.
4. Remove quick-disconnect fitting.
5. Remove canister and inspect for leaks and/or dampness. Empty canister if necessary.
6. Tape over canister lid and install placard on tank stating “DO NOT SERVICE”.
7. Re-install canister and access panels.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE

Place an INOP placard near inoperative water system (faucet or spigot).

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38-10-01 Potable Water Systems


MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE

NOTE: Refer to the appropriate Cessna Maintenance Manual and/or Interiors


Manual for information of the individual aircraft installation.

For Aft Vanity Water Storage Tank:

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Pull and secure water heater circuit breaker. For lower vanity tank with pump, pull and
secure the drawer lights/water circuit breaker located on the interior electrical panel in
the vanity.
3. Open/remove access panels from lower vanity or upper LH bulkhead closet as needed to
access tank.
4. Remove quick-disconnect fitting.
5. Remove canister and inspect for leaks and/or dampness. Empty canister if necessary.
6. Tape over canister lid and install placard on tank stating “DO NOT SERVICE”.
7. Re-install canister and access panels.

For Refreshment Center Liquid Storage Tanks:

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Remove access panels from refreshment center as needed to access tank.
3. Slide tank out of its compartment, disconnect, and cap any electrical connectors.
4. Inspect tank and plumbing for leaks and dampness.
5. Replace tank without reconnecting any disconnected electrical or plumbing
connections.
6. Reinstall access panels.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE

Place an INOP placard near inoperative water system (faucet or spigot).

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38-30-01 Lavatory Waste Systems


MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Clean all components with disinfectant.
3. Prior to aircraft boarding, crew shall advise all passengers on the operational status of
the toilet.

For Flushing Toilet Internally Serviced:

1. Lift seat assembly or remove access cover to gain access to wiring.


2. Disconnect flush switch from toilet.
3. Insulate and label all exposed wires to prevent any shorts and to facilitate future re-
connection.
4. Visually inspect tank and reservoir for any leaks. Correct any leaks prior to flight.

For Externally Serviceable Toilets:

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Pull and secure TOILET POWER circuit breaker located behind upper wd lavatory drawer
(to the right of the sink when viewed from the toilet).
3. To check for leaks:
a. Remove toilet seat back and pad.
b. Raise toilet seat and remove screws.
c. Remove toilet cabinet top by removing screws and disconnecting flush switch
connector.
d. Check all hoses, connections, and general area for leaks.
4. Any leaked fluid must be removed from aircraft. If tank will not hold fluid, go to step 6.
5. If desired, flush toilet manually as follows:
a. Observe fluid level under rubber flapper at bottom of bowl. If tank is full, drain it
using appropriate ground service procedure following the instructions on toilet
service placard on external toilet service door.
b. With toilet tank empty, pour two (2) gallons of toilet service solution into toilet
bowl.
6. If desired, service toilet using appropriate ground servicing procedure following the
instructions on toilet service placard on external toilet service door.

7. Following servicing or flushing, re-inspect toilet system for leaks. If toilet drains into
drain line, leave tank empty and perform the followings steps:
a. Empty drain line into servicing cart to prevent damage from freezing.
b. To account for missing toilet solution either:
i. Adjust Zero Fuel Weight and Moment for each flight by subtracting
fifteen (15) pounds and 61.50 inch –pounds/100 from the calculated
Zero Fuel Weight and Moment, or
ii. Add fifteen (15) pounds of ballast at toilet fuselage station. Soft ballast
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plastic bag, if possible). Other ballast options include placing ballast in


vanity cabinets distributing weight appropriately.
8. Re-install toilet seat, cabinet cover, and upholstery.
9. Cover toilet seat and placard INOP

Service Instructions with an Inoperative Toilet Servicing System


(i.e., liquid level sensor, fill valve, frozen fill line, etc.):

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Pull and secure TOILET circuit breaker in Interior Electrical J-Box.
3. Remove toilet seat back and seat pad.
4. Raise toilet seat and remove screws.
5. Any leaked fluid must be removed. If tank will not hold fluid:
6. Following servicing or flushing, re-inspect toilet system for leaks. If toilet drains into
drain line, leave tank empty and perform the followings steps:
a. Empty drain line into servicing cart to prevent damage from freezing.
b. To account for missing toilet solution either:
i. Adjust Zero Fuel Weight and Moment for each flight by subtracting
fifteen (15) pounds and 61.50 inch –pounds/100 from the calculated
Zero Fuel Weight and Moment, or
ii. Add fifteen (15) pounds of ballast at toilet fuselage station. Soft ballast
such as lead shot bags can be placed in toilet bowl (in a sturdy, sealed
plastic bag, if possible). Other ballast options include placing ballast in
vanity cabinets distributing weight appropriately.
7. Re-install toilet seat, cabinet cover and upholstery.
8. If desired, service toilet using appropriate ground servicing procedure following the
instructions on toilet service placard on external toilet service door.
9. Do not re-fill tank from servicing cart.
10. Pour two (2) gallons of toilet service solution into toilet bowl.
11. Following any re-servicing, follow steps 4 thru 8 above
PLACARDING PROCEDURE

1. Cover toilet or relief tube as appropriate and placard INOP.


2. Place a placard stating, “DO NOT SERVICE” adjacent to toilet servicing connectors inside
toilet service door.

46-00-01 Electronic Flight Bag (EFB) System


PLACARDING PROCEDURE

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. A member of the flight crew shall make sure the appropriate navigational products
(approach plates, VFR/IFR maps, AFDs, etc.) are available in the aircraft for the
intended flight.
3. Place an INOP placard on the affected equipment if left in the aircraft. If equipment
is to be removed from the aircraft, place a placard stating, “EFB MISSING” on the
access door/panel/stowage location.

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46-00-02 Electronic Checklist System


PLACARDING PROCEDURE

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Make sure the appropriate aircraft checklist is in the aircraft and available to the
flight crew.
3. Place a placard stating, “CHECKLIST INOP” adjacent to the affected checklist control
system.

49-20-01 Auxiliary Power Unit (APU)


MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Pull and secure MASTER APU circuit breaker.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE

Place an INOP placard on APU panel.

49-30-01 APU Fuel Shutoff Valve


MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE

NOTE: It is not possible to secure the shutoff valve OPEN or CLOSED. If the APU starts, the
valve has not failed CLOSED. If the APU will not shutdown, then both this valve, and
the valve downstream of the FCU are failed OPEN. Two procedures are offered. One
to electrically prevent the valve from opening and one to check for fuel flow through
the valve.

1. Pull and secure MASTER APU circuit breaker.


2. Station an additional technician out side of aircraft at empennage.
3. Select BATT switch to ON.
4. Select FUEL BOOST R ON.
5. After 3 minutes, have technician inspect APU drain line and inspection panels between
flaps for evidence of fuel. Fuel exiting the drain line indicates the fuel shutoff valve and
APU fuel solenoid valves are OPEN. Fuel dripping from wing center section and/or
empennage belly indicates a leak possibly at the shutoff valve. Either condition must be
corrected prior to dispatch. If no fuel leaks/drips are found, procedure is complete.
6. Select FUEL BOOST R to OFF.
7. Select BATT to OFF.
8. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.

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Alternate Procedure to make sure Valve is Failed CLOSED

1. Electrically ground aircraft prior to performing this procedure and keep all sources of
ignition away from aircraft.
2. Locate and remove appropriate access panel to access fuel shutoff valve.
3. Disconnect APU fuel line from output of shutoff valve. Use an appropriate container to
catch fuel from line.
4. Station additional technician in pilots seat.
5. Select BATT switch to ON.
6. Select FUEL BOOST R to ON for approximately 5 seconds and select switch to OFF.
7. Select BATT switch to OFF.
8. If no fuel flows from line, fuel shutoff valve is failed CLOSED.
9. Re-connect fuel line and re-install access panels.
10. Pull and secure MASTER APU circuit breaker.
11. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.

PLACARDING PROCEDURE: Place an INOP placard on APU panel.

49-50-01 APU Bleed Air Valve


OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE

1. Position aircraft in a suitable run-up area and chock both main landing gear.
2. Using AFM Normal Procedures, start the APU.
3. On the APU panel, turn the BLEED AIR switch to ON and verify no airflow in cabin.
4. Turn BLEED AIR switch to OFF.
5. If desired, power down APU.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE: Place an INOP placard above the APU BLEED AIR switch.

52-00-01-1) Cockpit Divider Door/Curtain Divider Door


PLACARDING PROCEDURE

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Make sure the divider door is secured in the placarded taxi, takeoff, and landing
configuration. One method of securing would be to tape the door in the
appropriate position using caution not to damage the interior finish.
3. Place a placard stating, “(AFFECTED SIDE) DOOR INOP” on the divider wall in view
of all aircraft occupants.

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52-00-01-2) Cockpit Divider Door/Curtain


PLACARDING PROCEDURE

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Make sure the divider door is secured in the placarded taxi, takeoff, and landing
configuration. One method of securing would be to tape the curtain in the
appropriate position using caution not to damage the interior finish.
3. Place a placard stating, “(AFFECTED SIDE) CURTAIN INOP” on the divider wall in
view of all aircraft occupants.

52-10-01 Cabin Door Primary Seal


OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE

1. Position aircraft in a suitable run-up area and chock main landing gear.
2. Verify the cabin door secondary seal is intact with no cuts and/or damage that may
prohibit its operation.
3. Station additional technicians inside and outside of cabin door. Ensure appropriate
personal safety equipment is used and all personnel are briefed of hazards of working
with an operating engine.
4. Using AFM Normal Procedures, start Right Engine or APU if equipped.
5. With cabin door OPEN locate the lower aft door pin receptacle and depress the door
seal inflation valve inside receptacle. Allow seal to fully inflate and release inflation
valve.
6. Close and latch cabin door and verify no interference from any door seal.
7. Using AFM Normal Procedures, power down aircraft.
8. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE: Place a placard stating, “CABIN DOOR PRIMARY SEAL INOP”
adjacent to door handle.

52-10-01 Cabin Door Primary Seal


OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE

1. Flight planning shall consider the fuel burn associated with flight at lower altitude and
affect on range.
2. Flight planning shall consider oxygen requirements associated with operating
regulations and altitudes.
3. MEA’s shall be taken into account for planned route.
4. Select Cabin EMER DUMP ON.
5. Set Cabin Altitude to 14,000 feet.
6. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE: Place a placard stating, “CABIN DOOR PRIMARY SEAL INOP NO
FLIGHT ABOVE 14,000 FT MSL” above pressurization controls.

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52-10-02 Cabin Door Secondary Seal


OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE

1. Position aircraft in a suitable run-up area and chock main landing gear.
2. Station additional technicians inside and outside of cabin door. Ensure appropriate
personal safety equipment is used and all personnel are briefed of hazards of working
with an operating engine.
3. Using AFM Normal Procedures, start Right Engine or APU if equipped.
4. With cabin door OPEN locate the lower aft door pin receptacle and depress the door
seal inflation valve inside receptacle. Allow seal to fully inflate and release inflation
valve.
5. Close and latch cabin door and verify no interference from any door seal.
6. Using AFM Normal Procedures, power down aircraft.
7. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE: Place a placard stating, “CABIN DOOR SECONDARY SEAL INOP”
adjacent to door handle.

52-10-02 Cabin Door Secondary Seal


OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE

1. Flight planning shall consider the fuel burn associated with flight at lower altitude and
affect on range.
2. Flight planning shall consider oxygen requirements associated with operating
regulations and altitudes.
3. MEA’s shall be taken into account for planned route.
4. Select Cabin EMER DUMP ON.
5. Set Cabin Altitude to 14,000 feet.
6. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report. Flight planning shall consider the fuel
burn associated with flight at lower altitude and affect on range.
7. Flight planning shall consider oxygen requirements associated with operating
regulations and altitudes.
8. MEA’s shall be taken into account for planned route.
9. Select Cabin EMER DUMP ON.
10. Set Cabin Altitude to 14,000 feet.
11. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.

PLACARDING PROCEDURE: Place a placard stating, “CABIN DOOR SECONDARY SEAL INOP NO
FLIGHT ABOVE 14,000 FT MSL” above pressurization controls.

52-10-03 Cabin Door Acoustic Seal


PLACARDING PROCEDURE

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Place a placard stating, “ACOUSTIC SEAL INOP” on the door frame inside the cabin.

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52-10-04 Cabin Door Key Lock


PLACARDING PROCEDURE

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Place a placard stating, “CABIN DOOR LOCK INOP” on the door frame inside the cabin
door.

52-10-05 Cabin Vent Door


OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Once the aircraft has been boarded, a crew member shall close and latch cabin door.
3. Verify all green door pin flags are visible.
4. Locate an unscrew cabin vent door access cover on aft side of cabin door steps.
5. Depress cabin vent door lever to make sure vent door is CLOSED.
6. Replace vent door cover.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE: Place a placard stating, “CABIN VENT DOOR INOP” on cabin
steps.

52-10-06 Cabin Door Precatch


MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Secure Precatch in the retracted position with adequate adhesive tape.
3. Close and latch door to verify Precatch will not interfere with an egress route. Two
individuals may be required to actuate door; one person to hold the door closed to
prevent damage while the second person latches the door.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE: After boarding aircraft and raising the cabin door, either have a
crew member or ground crew hold the door closed while the second crew member latches
the door.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE: Place a placard stating, “CABIN DOOR PRECATCH INOP USE
CAUTION WHEN OPENING AND CLOSING CABIN DOOR” on interior cabin door frame.

52-30-01 Baggage Compartment Door Key Lock


PLACARDING PROCEDURE

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Place an INOP placard adjacent to the key lock.

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52-40-01 Left Nose Avionics Compartment Key Lock


PLACARDING PROCEDURE

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Place an INOP placard adjacent to the key lock.

52-40-02 Right Nose Avionics Compartment Key Lock


PLACARDING PROCEDURE

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Place an INOP placard adjacent to the key lock.

52-40-03 Tailcone Maintenance Access Door Key Lock


PLACARDING PROCEDURE

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Place an INOP placard adjacent to the key lock.

52-42-01 Battery Compartment Door Key Lock for 560-5001 thru 5187, which do not
have SB560XL-52-09
PLACARDING PROCEDURE

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Place an INOP placard adjacent to the key lock.

52-49-01 Single Point Refueling System Door Key Lock


PLACARDING PROCEDURE

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Place an INOP placard adjacent to the key lock.

52-49-01 Single Point Refueling System Door Key Lock


PLACARDING PROCEDURE

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Place an INOP placard adjacent to the key lock.

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73-30-01 Fuel Flow Indicating System


PLACARDING PROCEDURE

For Units 5001-6000:

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Place an INOP placard over the affected indicating display.

For Units 6001 and on:

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Place a placard stating, “(AFFECTED SIDE) FUEL FLOW INOP” above the MFD.

76-00-01 Electronic Engine Control (EEC) (units 5001-6000)


OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE

NOTE: In order to avoid a significant throttle split, both engines shall be started in MANUAL
when dispatching with an inoperative EEC AUTO mode. Selecting MANUAL following
failure of AUTO mode on one side, on the ground while the engines are running will
result in a significant throttle split.

1. Prior to engine start, select EEC L/R switched to MANUAL.


2. Flight crew shall use the appropriate performance tables from the appropriate AFM
Supplement to make sure all takeoff and landing requirements are met.
3. Flight crew shall review AFM Normal and Abnormal Procedures in the appropriate AFM
Supplement during preflight briefing.
4. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE

Place a placard stating, “EEC AUTO MODE INOP” above EEC switches.

76-01-01 Engine Synchronizer System


PLACARDING PROCEDURE

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Place a placard stating, “ENG SYNC INOP” adjacent to the engine sync controls.

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77-14-01-1) N1 Indicators N1 Digital Display Indicator (Units 5001-6000)


PLACARDING PROCEDURE

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Place an INOP placard over the affected N1 display.

77-14-01-2) N1 Indicators N1 Tape Display Indicator (Units 5001-6000)


PLACARDING PROCEDURE

1. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.


2. Place an INOP placard over the affected N1 display.

77-32-01 Engine Vibration Monitor System


MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE

1. Pull and secure ENG VIB MON circuit breaker on affected side.
2. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE

Place a placard stating, “(AFFECTED SIDE) ENG VIB MON INOP” on the instrument panel in
view of flight crew.

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MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE

NOTE 1: If only one thrust reverser is to be disabled, accomplish only those steps which are
applicable to that thrust reverser. One or both thrust reverser(s) may be disabled
for flight.

NOTE 2: Protect/Cover each of the disconnected electrical connectors with heat shrink
tubing allowing for enough material to be folded back over connector end and
secured CLOSED.

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Electrical Disabling (Refer to Index section):

1. Disconnect, cap, and stow the following electrical connectors:


a. Left thrust reverser control valve.
b. Right thrust reverser control valve.
c. Left thrust reverser isolation valve.
d. Right thrust reverser isolation valve.
e. Electrical connector P1 in pylons.
2. If both thrust reversers have been disabled for maintenance or flight, pull and secure
L/R THRUST REVERSER circuit breakers.
3. If only one thrust reverser has been disabled, both circuit breakers must remain
engaged to provide electrical power to the operational thrust reverser and annunciation
of both thrust reversers.

Mechanical Disabling (Refer to index section):

1. Remove outboard stang fairing from left and/or right thrust reverser.
2. Install lockout tool:
a. Verify carriage is in LOCKED (over-center) position.
b. Insert lockout tool (fork assembly) between support mechanism and carriage.
c. Install bolts included in lockout kit to secure lockout assembly. Torque nuts to
15 to 30 inch-pounds (1.7 to 3.4 Nm).
3. To fly aircraft with one or both trust reverser(s) disabled, accomplish steps a. and b.
above and the following:
a. Roll lockout streamer and secure it in a suitable location inside stang.
b. Install outboard stang fairing on the disabled thrust reverser(s).
4. Make appropriate entry in discrepancy report.
PLACARDING PROCEDURE

1. Place a placard stating, “THRUST REVERSER INOP” on the appropriate thrust reverser
throttle quadrant lever.
2. Place an INOP placard on the affected thrust reverser annunciator.
3. Place a placard stating, “PLACARDED THRUST REVERSER LEVER(S) INDICATE AN
INOPERATIVE THRUST REVERSER - DO NOT ACTUATE”.

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