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LEVELING AND WEIGHING - GENERAL
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DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL

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WEIGHING AND BALANCING 08-10-00
INSPECTION/CHECK 601 ALL
Weighing and Balancing 601 ALL

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LEVELING 08-20-00
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL

QUICK LEVELING 08-21-00


MAINTENANCE PRACTICES 201 ALL
Quick Leveling Using the Attitude 201 001-012, 014-099
Monitor
Quick Leveling with a Spirit Level 204 ALL
in the FWD Cargo Compartment
Quick Leveling with a Spirit Level 207 ALL
in the Passenger Compartment
Quick Leveling Procedure with the 210 ALL
ADIRU

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General
This chapter covers the following operations:
- WEIGHING AND BALANCING
- LEVELING
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WEIGHING AND BALANCING - INSPECTION/CHECK
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TASK 08-10-00-200-001

Weighing and Balancing

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

This procedure gives data to find the operating empty weight of the aircraft
and to calculate the center of gravity.

NOTE : You can do this operation with the shock absorbers and the tires
____
deflated.

NOTE : To get accurate results, we recommend to weigh the aircraft on a


____
level area in a hangar with:
- the hangar doors and windows closed.
- the hangar heating, air conditioning and ventilation systems
stopped.
Wind and air flows prevent accurate results.

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
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No specific access platform 3.5 m (11 ft. 6 in.)

B. Referenced Information

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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
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07-11-00-582-003 Jacking of the Aircraft for Weighing on Landing Gear


Jacks
07-11-00-586-002 Lowering of the Aircraft for Maintenance Operations
08-21-00-200-001 Quick Leveling Using the Attitude Monitor
R 08-21-00-200-001 Quick Leveling with a Spirit Level in the FWD Cargo
R Compartment
R 08-21-00-200-001 Quick Leveling Procedure with the ADIRU
R 08-21-00-200-001 Quick Leveling with a Spirit Level in the Passenger
R Compartment
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09-10-00-584-002 Towing with the Nose Gear from the Front


12-11-28-650-003 Pressure Refuel with Automatic Control
12-11-28-650-004 Pressure Refuel with Manual Control
12-12-29-611-001 Fill the Hydraulic Fluid Reservoir with a Hand Pump
12-12-29-611-002 Fill the Hydraulic Fluid Reservoir with a Hydraulic
Service Cart
12-13-24-612-010 Do Quick Oil Servicing - Filling of the Integrated
Drive Generator (IDG) with Oil for Oil Complement
after Level Check
12-13-24-612-041 Do Quick Oil Servicing - Filling of the Integrated
Drive Generator (IDG) with Oil for Oil Complement
after Level Check
12-13-49-612-001 Check APU Oil Level and Replenish
12-13-79-610-002 Check oil level and replenish Check Pop Out Indicator
of EMCD (Electrical Master Chip Detector)
12-13-79-610-011 Check Oil Level and Replenish
12-14-32-614-003 Check Charge Pressure of Main Landing Gear Shock
Absorber
12-14-32-614-004 Check NLG Shock Absorber Charge Pressure
27-50-00-866-009 Retraction of the Flaps on the Ground
27-60-00-866-002 Extension-Retraction of the Spoilers for Maintenance
27-80-00-866-005 Retracting the Slats on the Ground
27-80-00-866-008 Manual Retraction of the Slats
29-30-00-200-002 Check of the Reservoir Quantity Indication on the
ECAM Display Unit
32-12-00-410-001 Close the Main Gear Doors after Access
32-22-00-410-001 Nose Gear Doors - Ground Doors Closing
32-41-00-210-003 Inspection/Check of the Pressure of Tires
52-10-00-010-001 Opening of the Passenger/Crew Door
52-10-00-410-001 Closing of the Passenger/Crew Door
52-30-00-860-002 Close the FWD or AFT Cargo-Compartment Door with the
Yellow Electric Pump
71-00-00-710-002 Wet Motoring Check
71-00-00-710-046 Test No.2 : Wet Motor Leak Check
WBM 1-20-06
WBM 1-20-07
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3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 08-10-00-010-051

A. Get Access

(1) Put an access platform in position in front of the access door 831.

(2) Open the access door 831 (Ref. TASK 52-10-00-010-001).

R **ON A/C 001-012, 014-099,

R Subtask 08-10-00-210-053

R B. Check of the Fluid Levels

R (1) Do a check of the engine oil level and refill if necessary (Ref. TASK
R 12-13-79-610-011).

R (2) Do a check of the APU oil level and refill if necessary (Ref. TASK
R 12-13-49-612-001).

R (3) Do a check of the hydraulic fluid level in the systems (Ref. TASK 29-
R 30-00-200-002) and refill if necessary (Ref. TASK 12-12-29-611-001)
R or (Ref. TASK 12-12-29-611-002).

R (4) Do a check of the IDG oil level and refill if necessary (Ref. TASK
R 12-13-24-612-010).

R (5) Make sure that all the fire extinguishers, oxygen masks and safety
R belts are in position.

R **ON A/C 101-199, 901-999,

R Subtask 08-10-00-210-053-A

R B. Check of the Fluid Levels

R (1) Do a check of the engine oil level and refill if necessary (Ref. TASK
R 12-13-79-610-002).

R (2) Do a check of the APU oil level and refill if necessary (Ref. TASK
R 12-13-49-612-001).

R (3) Do a check of the hydraulic fluid level in the systems (Ref. TASK 29-
R 30-00-200-002) and refill if necessary (Ref. TASK 12-12-29-611-001)
R or (Ref. TASK 12-12-29-611-002).

R (4) Do a check of the IDG oil level and refill if necessary (Ref. TASK
R 12-13-24-612-041).



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R (5) Make sure that all the fire extinguishers, oxygen masks and safety
R belts are in position.

**ON A/C ALL

Subtask 08-10-00-614-050

C. Check of the Pressure of the MLG and NLG Shock Absorbers and Check of the
Tire Pressure

(1) Make sure that the pressure of the shock absorbers is correct:
- for the MLG (Ref. TASK 12-14-32-614-003),
- for the NLG (Ref. TASK 12-14-32-614-004).

(2) Make sure that the tire pressure is correct (Ref. TASK 32-41-00-210-
003).

Subtask 08-10-00-010-050

D. Removal of Compoments

(1) Remove all tools and protection devices from the aircraft.

Subtask 08-10-00-210-051

E. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) Retract the spoilers (Ref. TASK 27-60-00-866-002).

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

(3) Retract the slats (Ref. TASK 27-80-00-866-005) or (Ref. TASK 27-80-
00-866-008).

(4) Make sure that all flight control surfaces are in the neutral
position.

(5) Externally and internally examine the aircraft to make sure that all
the weighing conditions are correct (galley equipmemt, ground power
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R **ON A/C 001-012, 014-099, 901-999,

Subtask 08-10-00-650-050

F. Defueling the Aircraft

(1) Defuel the aircraft for the weight and balance procedure (Ref. WBM 1-
20-07).

R **ON A/C 101-199,

R Subtask 08-10-00-650-050-A

R F. Defueling the Aircraft

R (1) Defuel the aircraft for the weight and balance procedure (Ref. WBM 1-
R 20-06).

R **ON A/C ALL

Subtask 08-10-00-410-050

G. Close Access

(1) Close the NLG doors if opened (Ref. TASK 32-22-00-410-001).

(2) Close the MLG doors if opened (Ref. TASK 32-12-00-410-001).

(3) Close the doors of aft and forward cargo compartments if opened
(Ref. TASK 52-30-00-860-002).

(4) Close all the access doors/panels if opened.

(5) Close the passenger/crew doors (Ref. TASK 52-10-00-410-001).

Subtask 08-10-00-584-050

H. Towing the Aircraft

(1) Tow the aircraft to the area where you will weigh it (Ref. TASK 09-
10-00-584-002).



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Subtask 08-10-00-860-050

J. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) Release the brakes.

4. Procedure
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**ON A/C 001-012, 014-099,

Subtask 08-10-00-220-050

A. Weigh the Aircraft and Calculate the Position of the Center of Gravity

NOTE : You can weigh the


____ aircraft with:
- the aircraft on jacks
- the aircraft on its wheels
- the aircraft on landing gear jacks

(1) Weigh the aircraft on jacks and calculate the position of the center
of gravity.

NOTE : To weigh the aircraft on jacks, the aircraft must have a pitch
____
attitude of zero deg..

NOTE : You can refer to the Weight and Balance Manual to weigh the
____
aircraft and calculate the position of the center of gravity
(Ref. WBM 1-80-04).

NOTE : You can do this procedure with load cells on each jack or with
____
platform scales under each jack.
The load cells or the platform scales must have a capacity of:
- 7000 daN min. at nose landing gear
- 30000 daN min. at main landing gear

(a) Put the jacks and the weighing devices in position.

R (b) Jack up the aircraft and make the aircraft level (Ref. TASK 08-
R 21-00-200-001) or (Ref. TASK 08-21-00-200-001) or (Ref. TASK 08-
R 21-00-200-001) or (Ref. TASK 08-21-00-200-001).

(c) Calculate the aircraft weight W: W = RA + RV


W = aircraft weight
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NOTE : If you use platform scales, you must subtract the weight
____
of the jack.

RV = sum of the reactions that you measure at the wing jack


points.

NOTE : If you use platform scales, you must subtract the weight
____
of the jacks.

RC = Reference Chord

(d) Calculate the position of the center of gravity.


To do this, use the formula:
54.98 RV - 298.5 RA
CG (% RC) = -------------------
W

(e) Lower the aircraft on its wheels (Ref. TASK 07-11-00-586-002).

(2) Weigh the aircraft on its wheels and calculate the position of the
center of gravity.

(a) Refer to the Weight and Balance Manual to weigh the aircraft and
calculate the position of the center of gravity (Ref. WBM 1-80-
05).

(3) Weigh the aircraft on landing gear jacks and calculate the position
of the center of gravity.

NOTE : You can do this procedure with load cells on each jack or with
____
platform scales under each jack.
The load cells or the platform scales must have a capacity of:
- 7000 daN min. at nose landing gear
- 30000 daN min. at main landing gear

(a) Put the jacks and the weighing devices in position.

(b) Jack up the aircraft (Ref. TASK 07-11-00-582-003).

(c) Refer to the Weight and Balance Manual to weigh the aircraft and
calculate the position of the center of gravity (Ref. WBM 1-80-
04).



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R **ON A/C 101-199,

R Subtask 08-10-00-220-050-C

R A. Weigh the Aircraft and Calculate the Position of the Center of Gravity

R NOTE : You can weigh the


____ aircraft with:
R - the aircraft on jacks
R - the aircraft on its wheels
R - the aircraft on landing gear jacks

R (1) Weigh the aircraft on jacks and calculate the position of the center
R of gravity.

R NOTE : To weigh the aircraft on jacks, the aircraft must have a pitch
____
R attitude of zero deg..

R NOTE : You can refer to the Weight and Balance Manual to weigh the
____
R aircraft and calculate the position of the center of gravity
R (Ref. WBM 1-80-05).

R NOTE : You can do this procedure with load cells on each jack or with
____
R platform scales under each jack.
R The load cells or the platform scales must have a capacity of:
R - 7000 daN min. at nose landing gear
R - 33400 daN min. at main landing gear

R (a) Put the jacks and the weighing devices in position.

R (b) Jack up the aircraft and make the aircraft level (Ref. TASK 08-
R 21-00-200-001) or (Ref. TASK 08-21-00-200-001) or (Ref. TASK 08-
R 21-00-200-001).

R (c) Calculate the aircraft weight W: W = RA + RV


R W = aircraft weight
R RA = reaction that you measure at the forward jack point.

R NOTE : If you use platform scales, you must subtract the weight
____
R of the jack.

R RV = sum of the reactions that you measure at the wing jack


R points.

R NOTE : If you use platform scales, you must subtract the weight
____
R of the jacks.



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R RC = Reference Chord

R (d) Calculate the position of the center of gravity.


R To do this, use the formula:
R 54.97 RV - 400.26 RA
R CG (% RC) = -------------------
R W

R (e) Lower the aircraft on its wheels (Ref. TASK 07-11-00-586-002).

R (2) Weigh the aircraft on its wheels and calculate the position of the
R center of gravity.

R (a) Refer to the Weight and Balance Manual to weigh the aircraft and
R calculate the position of the center of gravity (Ref. WBM 1-80-
R 04).

R (3) Weigh the aircraft on landing gear jacks and calculate the position
R of the center of gravity.

R NOTE : You can do this procedure with load cells on each jack or with
____
R platform scales under each jack.
R The load cells or the platform scales must have a capacity of:
R - 7000 daN min. at nose landing gear
R - 33400 daN min. at main landing gear

R (a) Put the jacks and the weighing devices in position.

R (b) Jack up the aircraft (Ref. TASK 07-11-00-582-003).

R (c) Refer to the Weight and Balance Manual to weigh the aircraft and
R calculate the position of the center of gravity (Ref. WBM 1-80-
R 05).

R **ON A/C 901-999,

R Subtask 08-10-00-220-050-D

R A. Weigh the Aircraft and Calculate the Position of the Center of Gravity

R NOTE : You can weigh the


____ aircraft with:
R - the aircraft on jacks
R - the aircraft on its wheels
R - the aircraft on landing gear jacks



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R (1) Weigh the aircraft on jacks and calculate the position of the center
R of gravity.

R NOTE : To weigh the aircraft on jacks, the aircraft must have a pitch
____
R attitude of zero deg..

R NOTE : You can refer to the Weight and Balance Manual to weigh the
____
R aircraft and calculate the position of the center of gravity
R (Ref. WBM 1-80-05).

R NOTE : You can do this procedure with load cells on each jack or with
____
R platform scales under each jack.
R The load cells or the platform scales must have a capacity of:
R - 7000 daN min. at nose landing gear
R - 30000 daN min. at main landing gear

R (a) Put the jacks and the weighing devices in position.

R (b) Jack up the aircraft and make the aircraft level (Ref. TASK 08-
R 21-00-200-001) or (Ref. TASK 08-21-00-200-001) or (Ref. TASK 08-
R 21-00-200-001).

R (c) Calculate the aircraft weight W: W = RA + RV


R W = aircraft weight
R RA = reaction that you measure at the forward jack point.

R NOTE : If you use platform scales, you must subtract the weight
____
R of the jack.

R RV = sum of the reactions that you measure at the wing jack


R points.

R NOTE : If you use platform scales, you must subtract the weight
____
R of the jacks.

R RC = Reference Chord

R (d) Calculate the position of the center of gravity.


R To do this, use the formula:
R 54.98 RV - 260.34 RA
R CG (% RC) = -------------------
R W

R (e) Lower the aircraft on its wheels (Ref. TASK 07-11-00-586-002).



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R (2) Weigh the aircraft on its wheels and calculate the position of the
R center of gravity.

R (a) Refer to the Weight and Balance Manual to weigh the aircraft and
R calculate the position of the center of gravity (Ref. WBM 1-80-
R 04).

R (3) Weigh the aircraft on landing gear jacks and calculate the position
R of the center of gravity.

R NOTE : You can do this procedure with load cells on each jack or with
____
R platform scales under each jack.
R The load cells or the platform scales must have a capacity of:
R - 7000 daN min. at nose landing gear
R - 30000 daN min. at main landing gear

R (a) Put the jacks and the weighing devices in position.

R (b) Jack up the aircraft (Ref. TASK 07-11-00-582-003).

R (c) Refer to the Weight and Balance Manual to weigh the aircraft and
R calculate the position of the center of gravity (Ref. WBM 1-80-
R 05).

**ON A/C ALL

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 08-10-00-650-051

A. Refuel the Aircraft

(1) Refuel the aircraft after weighing (Ref. TASK 12-11-28-650-003)


(Ref. TASK 12-11-28-650-004).

**ON A/C 001-012, 014-099,

Subtask 08-10-00-710-050

B. Wet Motoring Check

(1) Do a wet motoring check (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-046).



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R **ON A/C 101-199, 901-999,

Subtask 08-10-00-710-050-A

B. Wet Motoring Check

(1) Do a wet motoring check (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-002).

**ON A/C ALL

Subtask 08-10-00-584-051

C. Aircraft Towing

(1) Tow the aircraft from the weighing area (Ref. TASK 09-10-00-584-001).

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



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LEVELING - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
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1. _______
General
This section provides information related to the leveling of the aircraft.
It is divided as follows:
- QUICK LEVELING
- PRECISE LEVELING



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QUICK LEVELING - MAINTENANCE PRACTICES
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R **ON A/C 001-012, 014-099,

TASK 08-21-00-200-001

Quick Leveling Using the Attitude Monitor

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

There is an alternative method for this procedure. This task gives one of
the methods. For the other method, refer to the other task in this Page
Block.

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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

No specific access platform 1.8 m (5 ft. 11 in.)

B. Referenced Information

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

07-11-00-581-001 Lifting for Aircraft Maintenance Operations


07-11-00-586-002 Lowering of the Aircraft for Maintenance Operations
08-21-00-991-001 Fig. 201

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 08-21-00-010-050

A. Get Access

(1) Put an access platform in position.

(2) Open the access panel 192MB


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Subtask 08-21-00-581-050

B. Aircraft Lifting

CAUTION : YOU MUST NOT LIFT THE AIRCRAFT WITH THE SAFETY STAY.
_______

(1) Lift the aircraft (Ref. TASK 07-11-00-581-001).

NOTE : Do not put the safety stay in position before you make the
____
aircraft level.

4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 08-21-00-210-051

A. Aircraft Leveling
(Ref. Fig. 201/TASK 08-21-00-991-001)

(1) Operate the jacks of the aircraft to move the bubble to the D4
position.

NOTE : The D4 position relates to a longitudinal angle of 0⁰ and


____
transverse angle of 0⁰.

(2) Put the safety stay in position between FR73 and FR74.

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 08-21-00-586-050

A. Aircraft Lowering

(1) Lower the aircraft (Ref. TASK 07-11-00-586-002).

Subtask 08-21-00-410-050

B. Close Access

(1) Close the access door 192MB.

(2) Remove the access platform(s).

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


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Figure 201/TASK 08-21-00-991-001


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TASK 08-21-00-200-001- 01

Quick Leveling with a Spirit Level in the FWD Cargo Compartment

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

There is an alternative method for this procedure. This task gives one of
the methods. For the other method, refer to the other task in this Page
Block.

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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

No specific spirit level


No specific access platform 2.0 m (6 ft. 7 in.)

B. Referenced Information

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

07-11-00-581-001 Lifting for Aircraft Maintenance Operations


07-11-00-586-002 Lowering of the Aircraft for Maintenance Operations
52-30-00-860-001 Open the FWD or AFT Cargo-Compartment Door with the
Yellow Electric Pump
52-30-00-860-002 Close the FWD or AFT Cargo-Compartment Door with the
Yellow Electric Pump

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 08-21-00-010-051

A. Get Access

(1) Put an access platform in position below the FWD cargo-compartment


door.

(2) Open the FWD cargo-compartment door (Ref. TASK 52-30-00-860-001).


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(3) Get a spirit level to do the leveling procedure.

(4) Go into the FWD cargo compartment.

NOTE : To do this procedure two persons are necessary


____
- one in the cargo compartment to move the spirit level
- the other near the aircraft to operate the jacks.

Subtask 08-21-00-581-051

B. Aircraft Lifting

CAUTION : YOU MUST NOT LIFT THE AIRCRAFT WITH THE SAFETY STAY.
_______

(1) Lift the aircraft (Ref. TASK 07-11-00-581-001).

NOTE : Do not put the safety stay in position before you make the
____
aircraft level.

4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 08-21-00-581-052

A. Leveling of the Aircraft

(1) Put the spirit level on a track, in the Y axis, perpendicular to the
tracks, and operate the hydraulic jack below the wing to get the
transverse alignment.

(2) Put the spirit level a track, in the X axis, and operate the
hydraulic jack below the fuselage to get the longitudinal alignment.

(3) When you have done the longitudinal alignment, do a check of the
transverse alignment.

(4) Put the safety stay in position between FR73 and FR74.

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 08-21-00-586-051

A. Aircraft Lowering

(1) Lower the aircraft on its wheels (Ref. TASK 07-11-00-586-002).


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Subtask 08-21-00-410-051

B. Close Access

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

(2) Close the FWD cargo-compartment door (Ref. TASK 52-30-00-860-002).

(3) Remove the access platform(s).


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TASK 08-21-00-200-001- 03

Quick Leveling with a Spirit Level in the Passenger Compartment

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

There is an alternative method for this procedure. This task gives one of
the methods. For the other method, refer to the other task in this Page
Block.

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
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No specific spirit level


No specific access platform 3.5 m (11 ft. 6 in.)

B. Referenced Information

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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
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07-11-00-581-001 Lifting for Aircraft Maintenance Operations


07-11-00-586-002 Lowering of the Aircraft for Maintenance Operations
52-10-00-010-001 Opening of the Passenger/Crew Door
52-10-00-410-001 Closing of the Passenger/Crew Door

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 08-21-00-010-052

A. Get Access

(1) Put an access platform in position below the FWD passenger/crew door.

(2) Open the FWD passenger/crew door (Ref. TASK 52-10-00-010-001).

(3) Get a spirit level to do the leveling procedure.


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(4) Go into the passenger compartment.

NOTE : To do this procedure two persons are necessary


____
- one in the passenger compartment to move the spirit level
- the other near the aircraft to operate the jacks.

Subtask 08-21-00-581-055

B. Aircraft Lifting

CAUTION : YOU MUST NOT LIFT THE AIRCRAFT WITH THE SAFETY STAY.
_______

(1) Lift the aircraft (Ref. TASK 07-11-00-581-001).

NOTE : Do not put the safety stay in position before you make the
____
aircraft level.

4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 08-21-00-581-056

A. Leveling of the Aircraft

(1) Put the spirit level on a seat track, in the Y axis, and operate the
hydraulic jack below the wing to get the transverse alignment.

(2) Put the spirit level a on seat track, in the X axis, and operate the
hydraulic jack below the fuselage to get the longitudinal alignment.

(3) When you have done the longitudinal alignment, do a check of the
transverse alignment.

(4) Put the safety stay in position between FR73 and FR74.

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 08-21-00-586-053

A. Aircraft Lowering

(1) Lower the aircraft on its wheels (Ref. TASK 07-11-00-586-002).


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Subtask 08-21-00-410-052

B. Close Access

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

(2) Close the FWD passenger/crew door (Ref. TASK 52-10-00-410-001).

(3) Remove the access platform(s).


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TASK 08-21-00-200-001- 02

Quick Leveling Procedure with the ADIRU

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

There is an alternative method for this procedure. This task gives one of
the methods. For the other method, refer to the other task in this Page
Block.

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Referenced Information

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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
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07-11-00-581-001 Lifting for Aircraft Maintenance Operations


07-11-00-586-002 Lowering of the Aircraft for Maintenance Operations
31-36-00-740-008 Access to the Parameter Call-Up Menus
34-10-00-860-004 IR Alignment Procedure
34-10-00-860-005 ADIRS Stop Procedure

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 08-21-00-860-050

A. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) Do an IR alignment procedure (Ref. TASK 34-10-00-860-004).

(2) Get access to the parameter call-up menus (Ref. TASK 31-36-00-740-
008).

(3) On the MCDU keypad enter the alpha call-up code into the scratchpad:
- PTCH for the pitch angle to do a check of the longitudinal
alignement,
- ROLL for the roll angle to do a check of the transverse alignement.


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4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 08-21-00-581-054

A. Leveling of the Aircraft

CAUTION : YOU MUST NOT LIFT THE AIRCRAFT WITH THE SAFETY STAY.
_______

(1) Lift and level the aircraft (Ref. TASK 07-11-00-581-001).

NOTE : Do not put the safety stay in position before you make the
____
aircraft level.

(2) Read the pitch and roll angles at the bottom of the display
(scratchpad).

NOTE : Angle value:


____
- A positive degree value angle of the roll means that the
right wing is down.
- A negative degree value angle of the roll means that the
left wing is down.
- A positive degree value angle of the pitch means that the
nose of the aicraft is up.
- A negative degree value angle of the pitch means that the
nose of the aircraft is down.

(3) Operate the hydraulic jack below the wing at rib 9 to get the
transverse alignment.

(4) Operate the hydraulic jack below the fuselage at FR8 to get the
longitudinal alignment.

(5) When you have done the longitudinal alignment, do a check of the
transverse alignment.

(6) Put the safety stay in position between FR73 and FR74.

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 08-21-00-586-052

A. Lowering of the Aircraft

(1) Lower the aircraft (Ref. TASK 07-11-00-586-002).


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Subtask 08-21-00-860-051

B. Put the aircraft back to its initial configuration.

(1) Do the ADIRS stop procedure (Ref. TASK 34-10-00-860-005)


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PRECISE LEVELING - MAINTENANCE PRACTICES
________________________________________

TASK 08-22-00-200-001

Precise Leveling

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
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No specific safety barriers


No specific sight tube
No specific access platform 2.40 m (7 ft. 10 in.)
98D08103500000 1 SIGHTING RODS SET

B. Referenced Information

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

07-11-00-581-001 Lifting for Aircraft Maintenance Operations


07-11-00-586-002 Lowering of the Aircraft for Maintenance Operations

R **ON A/C 001-012, 014-099, 901-999,

08-22-00-991-001 Fig. 201

R **ON A/C 101-199,

R 08-22-00-991-001-A Fig. 201A

R **ON A/C ALL

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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
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R **ON A/C 001-012, 014-099, 901-999,

08-22-00-991-003 Fig. 203

R **ON A/C 101-199,

R 08-22-00-991-003-A Fig. 203A

R **ON A/C ALL

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 08-22-00-010-050

A. Get Access

(1) Put the access platform in position.

(2) Put the safety barriers in position.

Subtask 08-22-00-941-050

B. Aircraft Reference Axes

R **ON A/C 001-012, 014-099, 901-999,

(Ref. Fig. 201/TASK 08-22-00-991-001)

R **ON A/C 101-199,

R (Ref. Fig. 201A/TASK 08-22-00-991-001-A)

R **ON A/C ALL

(1) Longitudinal axis XX: Parallel to the line made by the points 11 and
12 and contained in the plane made by the points 20L, 20R and 22R.



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Aircraft Reference Axes
Figure 201/TASK 08-22-00-991-001


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(2) Lateral axis YY: Perpendicular to the axis XX and parallel to the
line made by the points 20L and 20R.

(3) Vertical axis ZZ: perpendicular to the axes XX and YY.

Subtask 08-22-00-582-050

C. Aircraft Lifting

CAUTION : YOU MUST NOT LIFT THE AIRCRAFT WITH THE SAFETY STAY.
_______

(1) Lift the aircraft on the jacks (Ref. TASK 07-11-00-581-001)

NOTE : Do not put the safety stay in position before you make the
____
aircraft level.

Subtask 08-22-00-480-050

D. Put the Sighting Rods and the Sight Tube in Position

(1) Put the sighting rods SIGHTING RODS SET (98D08103500106) and
(98D08103500107) at points 2L and 2R on the wing lower surface.

(2) Put the sighting rods SIGHTING RODS SET (98D08103500101) and
(98D08103500102) at points 11 and 12 under the fuselage.

(3) Put the sight tube in position near the aircraft. The sight point is
located on the Z axis at -3500 mm (-137.7953 in.) from the datum
plane.
(Ref. Fig. 202/TASK 08-22-00-991-002)

4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 08-22-00-210-050

A. Aircraft Leveling

R **ON A/C 001-012, 014-099, 901-999,

(Ref. Fig. 203/TASK 08-22-00-991-003)

R **ON A/C 101-199,

R (Ref. Fig. 203A/TASK 08-22-00-991-003-A)



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Location of the Sight Tube
Figure 202/TASK 08-22-00-991-002



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Figure 203/TASK 08-22-00-991-003



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R Figure 203A/TASK 08-22-00-991-003-A



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R **ON A/C ALL

(1) Operate the hydraulic jacks installed at RIB8 to align points 2L and
2R with the sight tube. You get the tranverse alignment.

(2) Operate the hydraulic jacks installed at FR8 to align points 11 and
12 with the sight tube. You get the longitudinal alignment.

(3) When you have done the longitudinal alignment, do a check of the
transverse alignment.

(4) Put the safety stay in position between FR73 an FR74.

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 08-22-00-410-050

A. Close Access

(1) Remove the sighting rods.

(2) Remove the ground support and maintenance equipment, the special and
standard tools and all other items.

(3) Remove the access platform(s).

Subtask 08-22-00-586-050

B. Aircraft Lowering

(1) Lower the aircraft (Ref. TASK 07-11-00-586-002).



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