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DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Safety Data 1 ALL
Maintenance Data 1 ALL
By Local Regulation 1 ALL
Labels 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Dimensions 1 ALL
Label Replacement 3 ALL

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PLACARDS AND MARKINGS - GENERAL 11-00-00
MAINTENANCE PRACTICES 201 ALL
Removal of the Decals 201 ALL
Installation of the Decals 203 ALL
Installation of the Self-Adhesive 208 ALL
Placards Affixed to Plexiglas
Installation of the Identification 210 ALL
Tapes on Metal Lines
Installation of the Labels on Heat 212 ALL
Resistant Ducting
Installation of the Labels on 214 ALL
Laminated Tubing
Installation of the ESSO Labels 216 ALL
Installation of the ESSO 218 ALL
(Scotchcal Labels)
Installation of the ESSO 220 ALL
(Scotchcal Labels) in the Presence
of Skydrol
Installation of the FOTOFOIL 222 ALL
Labels
Installation of the BSB (DUROFIX) 224 ALL
Labels (Material No. 05-136)
(Marking with Reactivable Transfer
Label)
Installation of the Metal 228 ALL
Identification Plates
Installation of the Labels on 230 ALL
Landing Gear
Application of Identification and 232 ALL
Marking Paints
Replacement of the Tail Cone 235 ALL
Reference Triangle
Installation of the Fuselage 240 ALL
Reference Triangle

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Apply Marking Paints with Stencils 242 ALL
Replacement of the Engine Leasing 245 ALL
Plate
Replacement of the Cockpit Leasing 250 009-010, 012-012
Plate 021-025, 027-099
101-199, 901-999
Installation of DISA (SUPRAFIX FRS 252 ALL
Material No. 05-135) Labels
(Marking with Reactivable Transfer
Label)
Installation of the Asymmetric 256 ALL
Labels on the Flap Track Beam 3

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EXTERIOR PLACARDS AND MARKINGS 11-20-00
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Markings of the Hoisting Points 1 ALL
Markings on Access Panels and 1 ALL
Doors necessary
Markings on Fuselage 1 ALL
Markings on L and R Wings 11 ALL
Markings on Engine Pylons and 30 ALL
Cowl

FUSELAGE 11-21-00
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
LIFTING AND SHORING 11-21-07
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Marking of the Lifting and 1 ALL
Shoring points on the Fuselage
LEVELING AND WEIGHING 11-21-08
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Markings of the Leveling Points 1 ALL
on the Fuselage.
AIR CONDITIONING 11-21-21
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Markings of the Skin Air Inlet 1 ALL
and Outlet Valves
Markings of the LP Ground 1 ALL
Connection
Markings of the Air Inlet and 8 001-012, 014-099
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Markings of the Air Inlet of the 8 101-199, 901-999
Packs 1 and 2
Markings of the Skin Air Inlet 8 001-012, 014-099
and Outlet Valves of the
Refrigeration System
Markings of the External 8 ALL
Air-Supply Caution
ELECTRICAL POWER 11-21-24
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Markings of the External Power 1 ALL
Receptacle
FLIGHT CONTROLS 11-21-27
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
THS Incidence Markings 1 ALL
Location of the Elevator and 1 ALL
Rudder Neutral Position Triangle
FUEL 11-21-28
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Markings of the magnetic level 1 ALL
indicators and APU fuel drain.
Markings of the fuel panel 1 ALL
Markings on the APU Fuel Drain 1 ALL
HYDRAULIC POWER 11-21-29
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Markings for the Hydraulic 1 ALL
Ground Connection of the Blue
System
Markings for the Hydraulic 1 ALL
Reservoir Filling
Markings for the Hydraulic 1 ALL
Ground Connection of the Yellow
System
Markings for the Hydraulics 8 ALL
Compartment (Blue System) and
Main Gear Doors
Markings for the Hydraulics 8 ALL
Compartment (Yellow System) and
Main Gear Doors
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS 11-21-31
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Flight Recorder Markings 1 ALL

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LANDING GEAR 11-21-32
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
DOOR GROUND OPENING/CAUTION WHEN 1 ALL
CLOSING Markings on the Nose
Gear Leg Door
NAVIGATION 11-21-34
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Markings of the Static Ports 1 ALL
OXYGEN 11-21-35
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Markings of the Oxygen Discharge 1 ALL
PNEUMATIC 11-21-36
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Markings of the HP Ground 1 ALL
Connection
WATER/WASTE 11-21-38
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Toilet Service Door 1 ALL
Markings on the Toilet Service 1 ALL
Panel
Markings on the Potable-Water 1 ALL
Drain Door
Markings on the Potable-Water 8 ALL
Service Door
Markings on the Potable-Water 8 ALL
Panel
Markings on the Potable-Water 8 ALL
Drain Panel
Markings on the Potable-Water 8 ALL
Service Panel
Markings on the Potable-Water 16 020-099,
Panel
Marking of the Water Drain Valve 16 102-102,
and Cavity Drain
AIRBORNE AUXILIARY POWER 11-21-49
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 001-012, 014-019
General 1 001-012, 014-019
Markings of the APU Air Intake 1 001-012, 014-019
DOORS 11-21-52
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL

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Passenger/Crew Door 1 ALL
Emergency Exits 12 ALL
Forward and Aft Cargo 12 ALL
Compartment Doors
Avionics Compartment Door 812 37 ALL
Cargo Door Control-Panel 37 ALL
Avionics Compartment Doors 811, 37 ALL
822, 824
Lower Access Door 37 ALL
Bulk Cargo-Compartment Door 37 101-199,
Markings Inside the Main Landing 37 ALL
Gear Doors
FUSELAGE 11-21-53
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Markings on the Fuselage - 1 ALL
Maintenance
Markings on the Fuselage - 1 101-199, 902-999
Breaking Points

MAIN AND NOSE LANDING GEAR 11-22-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
LANDING GEAR 11-22-32
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Location of the tire inflating 1 ALL
pressure placard on the main
landing gear
Identification labels of the 1 ALL
tire inflating pressure,
aircraft on wheels, on the nose
landing gear.
Identification labels of the 8 ALL
tire inflating pressure,
aircraft on wheels, on the main
landing gear.
Location of the Grounding Point 8 ALL
on the Nose Landing Gear.
Location of the Grounding Point 8 ALL
on the Main Landing Gear.

WINGS 11-23-00
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
LIFTING AND SHORING 11-23-07

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DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Markings of Jacking Points under 1 ALL
the Wings
FLIGHT CONTROLS 11-23-27
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Markings for Flap Rigging 1 001-012, 014-099
Markings of the Hoisting Points 1 ALL
Flap/slat travel Markings 1 ALL
Markings on the Trailing Edge 13 001-012, 014-099
Panels No 8 and No 11
Markings of turnbutton on cover 13 ALL
inspection.
FUEL 11-23-28
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Gravity Filling Markings on the 1 ALL
Wing Upper Surface
Markings on the Lower Surface of 1 ALL
the Left Wing
Markings on the Lower Surface of 1 ALL
the Right Wing
WINGS 11-23-57
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Markings on the wing upper 1 ALL
surface
Markings on the cabin escape 1 001-012, 014-099
facilities 901-999,

PYLONS AND COWL DOORS 11-24-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
FIRE PROTECTION 11-24-26
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
EXTINGUISHER Markings on the 1 ALL
Pylons
POWER PLANT 11-24-71
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Description 1 ALL
The stencils and the markings 1 ALL
are applied with epoxy paint and
coated with clear polyurethane

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(Refer to SRM 512311, P.Block
001).
The markings in high temperature 1 ALL
areas are applied with stencil
ink.
The letters are in gothic style 1 ALL
and the space between lines is
the same as the letter height.
Item Description 1 ALL
Air Intake Cowl Markings and 1 001-012, 014-099
Placards.
Fan Cowl and Thrust Reverser 1 001-012, 014-099
Markings and Placards.
Air Intake Cowl Markings and 1 101-199, 901-999
Placards.
Fan Cowl and Thrust Reverser 1 101-199, 901-999
Markings and Placards.
Markings of the Fan Cowl Strakes 16 001-012, 014-099
Markings of the Safe Areas and 16 101-199, 901-999
Distances on the Engine Cowls
Location of the Engine Leasing 16 009-010, 012-012
Plate 021-025, 027-099
101-199, 901-999

STABILIZERS 11-25-00
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
FLIGHT CONTROLS 11-25-27
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Markings of the Hoisting Points 1 ALL
STABILIZERS 11-25-55
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Markings on the Horizontal 1 ALL
Stabilizer
Markings of the Hoisting Points 1 ALL

COCKPIT 11-31-00
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
AIR CONDITIONING 11-31-21
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Markings of the Air Conditioning 1 ALL
System

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COMMUNICATIONS 11-31-23
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Hand Mic, Headset and Boomset 1 ALL
Markings
Placard Registration Selcal Code 1 ALL
Marking
ELECTRICAL POWER 11-31-24
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Markings of the electrical power 1 ALL
EQUIPMENT/FURNISHINGS 11-31-25
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Markings for 1 ALL
equipment/furnishings
Markings in the Cockpit 1 ALL
Marking of the Cockpit Door 1 101-199, 901-999
Owner and/or Manufacturer Plates 7 009-010, 012-012
in the Cockpit 021-025, 027-099
101-199, 901-999
Disk Stowage Label in the 7 101-199, 901-999
Cockpit
FIRE PROTECTION 11-31-26
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Fire Extinguisher Markings 1 ALL
FLIGHT CONTROLS 11-31-27
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Flight Control Markings 1 ALL
Speed Limits Markings 1 ALL
Pedals Markings 9 ALL
ICE AND RAIN PROTECTION 11-31-30
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Rain-repellent reservoir marking 1 ALL
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS 11-31-31
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Markings on Panel 49VU and 1 ALL
120VU.
MTOW Label on Panel 11VU. 1 001-012, 014-099
INOP Labels on Panels 130VU and 1 101-199, 901-999
131VU.
LANDING GEAR 11-31-32

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DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Landing Gear Markings 1 ALL
NAVIGATION 11-31-34
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Markings of the Compass 1 ALL
Correction Cards
Markings of the Standby Compass 1 ALL
OXYGEN 11-31-35
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Oxygen Mask Marking 1 ALL
Portable Oxygen 1 ALL

CABIN 11-32-00
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
PLACARDS AND MARKINGS 11-32-11
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Owner and Manufacturer Placards 1 ALL
COMMUNICATIONS 11-32-23
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Markings of the Communication 1 ALL
System.
INTERIOR PLACARDS 11-32-25
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Component Location 1 ALL
Markings of the Cabin 1 ALL
Attendant-Seats.
Placards and Markings on the 1 ALL
Cockpit door
Markings of the Stowage 1 ALL
Compartments and Partitions
Markings of the Stowage 1 ALL
Compartments and Partitions
Markings for the Passenger 10 ALL
Overhead Stowages
Markings of the Lavatory Units. 10 ALL
Markings of the Lavatory Waste 10 ALL
Chute
Markings of the Lavatory Doors. 10 ALL
Markings of the Attendant Call 11 ALL

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and Reading-Light-Switch Panel.
Markings of the Seat Row Numbers 11 ALL
Markings for the Baby Nursing 11 ALL
Table in Lavatory A
Markings for the 11 ALL
Emergency-Escape-Slide
Markings for the Ceiling Panel, 11 ALL
Z260
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS 11-32-31
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Markings of the Sockets. 1 ALL
Markings of the Panel 2042 VU. 1 ALL
Markings of the Panel 2000 VU. 1 ALL
Markings of the Panel 2001 VU. 8 ALL
Markings of Electrical System in 8 ALL
Lavatory A.
Markings of the Electical System 8 ALL
in Lavatory D.
Markings of the Electrical 8 001-012, 014-099
System in Lavatory E.
WATER/WASTE 11-32-38
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Markings of the Water System. 1 ALL
Water Depressurization Placard 1 ALL
DOORS 11-32-52
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 001-012, 014-099
901-999,
Markings of the Passenger/Crew 1 001-012, 014-099
Doors. 901-999,
Markings of the Cabin Escape 1 001-012, 014-099
Facilities. 901-999,
Markings of the Emergency Exit 1 001-012, 014-099
Doors. 901-999,
General 16 101-199,
Markings of the Passenger/Crew 16 101-199,
Doors.
Markings of the Cabin Escape 16 101-199,
Facilities.
Markings of the Exit Doors. 16 101-199,
FUSELAGE 11-32-53
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Markings in the Seat Tracks. 1 ALL

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ELECTRICAL POWER 11-33-24
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 101-199, 901-999
General 1 101-199, 901-999
Markings on Battery 1 101-199, 901-999
OXYGEN 11-33-35
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Oxygen Bottle Markings 1 ALL
LANDING GEAR 11-34-32
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 011-012, 014-099
101-199, 901-999
General 1 011-012, 014-099
101-199, 901-999
Markings in the NLG doors. 1 011-012, 014-099
101-199, 901-999

FWD CARGO COMPARTMENT 11-35-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
EQUIPMENT/FURNISHINGS 11-35-25
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
TITLE OF GENERATED PARAGRAPH 1 ALL
MISSING
TITLE OF GENERATED PARAGRAPH 1 ALL
MISSING
Markings on the Left 1 ALL
Sidewall-Lining, Z131
Markings on the Right 1 ALL
Sidewall-Lining, Z132 and the
Ceiling Panels
Max. Loading Height Markings on 1 ALL
the Left Sidewall-Lining, Z131
Max. Loading Height Markings on 8 ALL
the Right Sidewall-Lining, Z132
WATER/WASTE 11-35-38
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 020-099, 901-999
General 1 020-099, 901-999
Markings of the Potable Water 1 020-099, 901-999
Tank.
FUSELAGE 11-35-53
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Component Location 1 ALL
Markings of the FWD Cargo 1 ALL
Compartment, Z132

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AFT CARGO COMPARTMENT 11-36-00
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
EQUIPMENT/FURNISHINGS 11-36-25
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Component Location 1 ALL
Markings on the Left 1 ALL
Sidewall-Lining, Z151
Markings on the Right 1 ALL
Sidewall-Lining, Z152
Markings on the Bulk 1 ALL
Sidewall-Lining, 161
Max. Loading Height Markings on 10 101-199, 901-999
the Left Sidewall-Lining, Z151
Max. Loading Height Markings on 10 101-199, 901-999
the Right Sidewall-Lining, Z161
FUSELAGE 11-36-53
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Component Location 1 ALL
Markings of the AFT Cargo 1 ALL
Compartment, Z152
Markings of the Access Radar 1 ALL
Altimeter

WING, REAR FUSELAGE AND TAIL SECTIONS 11-37-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
APU 11-37-49
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
INTERIOR PLACARDS 11-42-25
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
INTERIOR PLACARDS 11-52-25
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 101-199, 901-999
General 1 101-199, 901-999
This subject gives information 1 101-199, 901-999
related to the markings of the
equipment and furnishing in the
cabin.
Component Location 1 101-199, 901-999
Markings for the Emergency 1 101-199, 901-999
Equipment
Markings for Partitions and 1 101-199, 901-999
Stowages

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Markings for the Overhead 14 101-199, 901-999
Stowages
Markings for the Lavatory Units 14 101-199, 901-999
Markings for the Lavatory Doors 15 101-199, 901-999
Markings for the Seat Row 15 101-199, 901-999
Numbers
Markings for the Ceiling 15 101-199, 901-999

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1. _______
General
This document shows the placards, stencils and markings and gives their
location on the aircraft.
R This chapter has the parts that follow:
- Placards and markings on the external side of the aircraft (Ref. ATA
11-20)
- Placards and markings on the internal side of the aircraft (Ref. ATA
11-30).

For more information about panel location, refer to AMM Chapter 06.
Use the AMM Chapter 06 as the primary reference.

There are three types of placards and markings ATA 100 specification.

A. Safety Data
These placards and markings are used for the flight crew, and passenger
cabins, and for equipment safety. They include WARNINGS and CAUTIONS.

B. Maintenance Data
These are servicing and maintenance instructions.

C. By Local Regulation
The aircraft must have these placards and markings. When these types of
placards are shown in Chapter 11, they are identified by (1).

2. Labels
______

A. General

(1) Standard type No.1 label

(2) Standard type No.2 label

(3) FOTOFOIL type No.3


Standard No.1 and 2 labels are in plastic material with white letters
on black matt finish.
Type No.3 labels are in 0.076 mm (0.002 in.) metal foil for use in
skydrol zones with white letters on black matt finish.

B. Dimensions
(Ref. Fig. 001)



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3. Label
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Replacement
This chapter gives the replacement procedure of the different types of
labels:
- Decals
- Nameplates (For example on circuit breaker panel)
- Identification bands on metal lines
- Labels on heat-resistant ducting
- Labels on laminations
- ESSO labels
- SSO (SCOTCHCAL) labels
- FOTOFOIL labels
- BSB (DUROFIX) labels
- Metal identification plates
- Labels on landing gear
- Engine leasing plate
R - DISA (SUPRAFIX FRS) labels

NOTE : This list does not include all the labels installed on the aircraft.
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The installation or replacement of labels or instruction placards
attached by different types of threaded fasteners or rivets is not
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R TASK 11-00-00-000-002

R Removal of the Decals

R WARNING : USE SOLVENTS/CLEANING AGENTS, SEALANTS AND OTHER SPECIAL MATERIALS


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R ONLY WITH A GOOD SUPPLY OF AIR.
R OBEY THE MANUFACTURERS INSTRUCTIONS.
R PUT ON PROTECTIVE CLOTHING.
R DO NOT GET THEM IN YOUR MOUTH.
R DO NOT SMOKE.
R DO NOT BREATHE THE GAS.
R THESE MATERIALS ARE POISONOUS, FLAMMABLE AND SKIN IRRITANT.
R GET MEDICAL HELP IF YOUR SKIN OR EYES BECOME IRRITATED.

R 1. __________________
Reason for the Job

R Self Explanatory

R 2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

R A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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

R No specific abrasive cloth, grade 240


R No specific masking paper
R No specific masking tape

R B. Consumable Materials

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

R Material No. 19-003 USA AMS 3819


R LINT-FREE COTTON CLOTH (Ref. 20-31-00)
R Material No. 19-011
R SCOTCH BRITE PADS (Ref. 20-31-00)



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R C. Referenced Information

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

R 51-75-12-300-003 Repair of Minor Paint Damage (Topcoat Only)

R 3. __________
Job Set-up

R Subtask 11-00-00-941-056

R A. Get Access

R (1) Get access to the area where you must remove the decal.

R 4. Procedure
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R Subtask 11-00-00-120-055

R A. Stripping

R (1) Apply masking tape or masking paper on the area adjacent to the decal
R location.

R (2) Rub the marking surface with MISCELLANEOUS (Material No. 19-011) to
R remove the warnish.

R (3) Rub the marking surface with abrasive cloth, grade 240.

R (4) Clean the rubbed area with MISCELLANEOUS (Material No. 19-003).

R Subtask 11-00-00-370-053

R B. Painting

R (1) Apply paint where necessary (Ref. TASK 51-75-12-300-003).

R 5. Close-up
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R Subtask 11-00-00-942-068

R A. Make sure that the work area is clean and clear of tool(s) and other
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Installation of the Decals

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

R This procedure gives instructions on how to apply decals to even or


R irregular surface.

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 cutter
No specific scissors
No specific spare blades
No specific Couppy cutter

B. Referenced Information

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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
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R 11-00-00-400-006 Installation of the ESSO Labels


R 11-00-00-400-007 Installation of the ESSO (Scotchcal Labels)
R 11-00-00-400-008 Installation of the ESSO (Scotchcal Labels) in the
R Presence of Skydrol
R 11-00-00-400-009 Installation of the FOTOFOIL Labels
R 11-00-00-400-010 Installation of the BSB (DUROFIX) Labels (Material
R No. 05-136) (Marking with Reactivable Transfer Label)
R 11-00-00-400-012 Installation of the Labels on Landing Gear
R 11-00-00-400-018 Installation of DISA (SUPRAFIX FRS Material No.
R 05-135) Labels (Marking with Reactivable Transfer
R Label)
11-00-00-991-001 Fig. 201
11-00-00-991-007 Fig. 202

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 11-00-00-110-061

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4. Procedure
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Subtask 11-00-00-915-050

A. Application to Even or Irregular Surface


(Ref. Fig. 201/TASK 11-00-00-991-001)

CAUTION : DO NOT USE A METAL SCRAPER TO REMOVE THE UNWANTED MATERIAL. A


_______
METAL SCRAPER CAN CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE SURFACE OF THE COMPONENT.

NOTE : To prevent scribe marks on the aircraft skin, use scissors or a


____
cutter with a plate between the film and the aircraft skin (0.6 mm
(0.0236 in.) thick minimum with metal and 2 mm (0.0787 in.) thick
minimum with hard plastic). You can also use a Couppy cutter or
spare blades.
(Ref. Fig. 202/TASK 11-00-00-991-007)

(1) Decals applied over a joint between two surfaces which move with
respect to each other.

(a) With gaps of 2.53 mm (0.0996 in.) and greater, cut the decal at
the center of the gap and wrap the decal around both edges. See
Method A.

(b) With gaps of less than 2.53 mm (0.0996 in.), cut the decal flush
with the front or upper edge of the joint and wrap the decal
around the rear or lower edge. See Method B.

(2) Decals applied across lap joints.

(a) The decal, when it is applied, is wrapped smoothly and


continuously around the edge of the lap joint. See Method C
(preferred method).

(3) Decals applied to exterior emergency exit handles. See Method E.

(a) Before removing the backing paper, place the decal on the handle
and slit the decal overlap around each rounded corner.

(b) Remove the backing paper and apply the decal, pressing the
overlap around the edges of the handle.

(4) Cut decals, except pressure sensitive Polyester, around the heads of
fasteners on removable panels and punch the decal into the recessed
slot. Cut and remove an area of film of pressure-sensitive polyester
decals the approximate size of a protruding-head rivet or fastener.
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(5) Puncture the decal film with a sharp pointed instrument at each
rivet, of decals applied over pressurized areas.

R Subtask 11-00-00-960-051

R B. Cross-References to Replacement Procedures of the Different Types of


R Labels:
R - ESSO labels (Ref. TASK 11-00-00-400-006)
R - ESSO (SCOTCHCAL) labels (Ref. TASK 11-00-00-400-007) and (Ref. TASK 11-
R 00-00-400-008)
R - FOTOFOIL labels (Ref. TASK 11-00-00-400-009)
R - BSB (DUROFIX) labels (Ref. TASK 11-00-00-400-010)
R - Labels on landing gear (Ref. TASK 11-00-00-400-012)
R - DISA (SUPRAFIX FRS) labels (Ref. TASK 11-00-00-400-018).



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Installation of the Self-Adhesive Placards Affixed to Plexiglas

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Consumable Materials

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
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Material No. 11-002 USA MIL-PRF-680


DRY CLEANING SOLVENT (VARSOL/WHITE SPIRIT)
(Ref. 20-31-00)

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 11-00-00-110-050

A. Cleaning

(1) Clean and degrease the Plexiglas surface to which the placard is to
be affixed, using CLEANING AGENTS (Material No. 11-002) then
thoroughly dry out.

NOTE : Any drilling of holes or trimming of the placard required


____
shall be performed prior to installation.

4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 11-00-00-915-051

A. Installation of Labels

(1) Starting at one end peel off the protective backing paper over 10 mm
(0.3937 in.) approx. and fold back.

(2) Affix the peeled end to the Plexiglas and gradually remove the
backing paper while pressing the placard down onto the Plexiglas.



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(3) Carefully smooth out the placard working from the center outwards.

NOTE : Do not soil the adhesive contact surface of the placard, do


____
not touch this surface with your fingers.

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 11-00-00-942-052

A. Make sure that the work area is clean and clear of tool(s) and other
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TASK 11-00-00-400-001

Installation of the Identification Tapes on Metal Lines

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Consumable Materials

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

Material No. 11-003 USA ASTM D 740


METHYL-ETHYL-KETONE (Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 11-004 USA MIL-T-81533
1.1.1TRICHLOROETHANE (METHYL CHLOROFORM)
(Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 11-016 USA BOEING BAC 5000 BAC 5504 BAC 5750
CLEANING SOLVENT (Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 16-003 F ASNB70720
COATING (OBSOLETE USE 16-021) (Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 16-016 C Z-12.383
EXTERNAL DECORATION PAINT (Ref. 20-31-00)

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 11-00-00-110-051

A. Cleaning

(1) Make sure that the tape is approximately 5 mm (0.1968 in.) longer
than the circumference of the metal line.

(2) Clean the surface on which you will bond the tape, using CLEANING
AGENTS (Material No. 11-004) or alternatively CLEANING AGENTS
(Material No. 11-003) or CLEANING AGENTS (Material No. 11-016), then
thoroughly dry out.



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4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 11-00-00-915-052

A. Installation of Identification Tapes

(1) Remove the backing paper.

(2) Affix the tape by evenly unrolling and gradually smoothing out to
prevent the formation of air bubbles.

(3) Overlap the tape ends and smooth out.

(4) Apply two coats of STRUCTURE PAINTS (Material No. 16-003) to the
band, overlapping the edge of the band by 10 mm (0.3937 in.) approx.
using a soft hair brush.

(5) If the paint becomes damaged, apply STRUCTURE PAINTS (Material No.
16-016) to prevent attack of the adhesive by fluid (e.g. against
hydraulic fluid) and subsequent separation of the tape.

(6) If the film of STRUCTURE PAINTS (Material No. 16-003) is excessively


damaged, replace the tape and renew the protective finish.

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 11-00-00-942-059

A. Make sure that the work area is clean and clear of tool(s) and other
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TASK 11-00-00-400-004

Installation of the Labels on Heat Resistant Ducting

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Consumable Materials

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

Material No. 08-004 AIB AIMS-04-05-003


ADHESIVE SEALANT (Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 11-004 USA MIL-T-81533
1.1.1TRICHLOROETHANE (METHYL CHLOROFORM)
(Ref. 20-31-00)

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 11-00-00-110-052

A. Cleaning

(1) Degrease and clean the surface to which the label is to be affixed
using CLEANING AGENTS (Material No. 11-004), then thoroughly dry out.

4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 11-00-00-915-053

A. Label Installation

(1) Label to be bonded to fabric impregnated with silicone synthetic


rubber.

(a) Bond the label with BONDING AND ADHESIVE COMPOUNDS (Material No.
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(2) Label to be affixed to fabric impregnated with Viton synthetic
rubber.

(a) Apply BONDING AND ADHESIVE COMPOUNDS (Material No. 08-004) only
after the Viton coating has been treated with a bond coat
comprising MB primer of the same composition.

(b) Let the primer dry for 30 minutes before you install the label.

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 11-00-00-942-053

A. Make sure that the work area is clean and clear of tool(s) and other
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TASK 11-00-00-400-005

Installation of the Labels on Laminated Tubing

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Consumable Materials

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

Material No. 11-004 USA MIL-T-81533


1.1.1TRICHLOROETHANE (METHYL CHLOROFORM)
(Ref. 20-31-00)

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 11-00-00-110-053

A. Cleaning

(1) Degrease and clean the surface to which the label is to be affixed
using CLEANING AGENTS (Material No. 11-004), then thoroughly dry out.

4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 11-00-00-915-054

A. Label Installation

(1) Remove the backing paper.

(2) Affix the label and smooth out working from the center outwards to
prevent the formation of air bubbles.

(3) Smooth out the whole surface.



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5. Close-up
________

Subtask 11-00-00-942-054

A. Make sure that the work area is clean and clear of tool(s) and other
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TASK 11-00-00-400-006

Installation of the ESSO Labels

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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

No specific clean brush

B. Consumable Materials

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

Material No. 11-003 USA ASTM D 740


METHYL-ETHYL-KETONE (Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 11-004 USA MIL-T-81533
1.1.1TRICHLOROETHANE (METHYL CHLOROFORM)
(Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 11-016 USA BOEING BAC 5000 BAC 5504 BAC 5750
CLEANING SOLVENT (Ref. 20-31-00)

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 11-00-00-110-054

A. Cleaning

(1) Degrease and clean the surfaces on which you will bond the ESSO
labels, with CLEANING AGENTS (Material No. 11-003) or CLEANING AGENTS
(Material No. 11-004) or CLEANING AGENTS (Material No. 11-016) then
thoroughly dry.



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4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 11-00-00-915-055

A. ESSO Labels Installation

(1) Remove the protective backing.

(2) Apply a coat of CLEANING AGENTS (Material No. 11-003) or CLEANING


AGENTS (Material No. 11-016) to the adhesive film on the back of the
label with clean brush.

(3) As soon as the adhesive softens and becomes tacky, install the label
and press down, specially around the edges.

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 11-00-00-942-055

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



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TASK 11-00-00-400-007

Installation of the ESSO (Scotchcal Labels)

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Consumable Materials

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

Material No. 11-002 USA MIL-PRF-680


DRY CLEANING SOLVENT (VARSOL/WHITE SPIRIT)
(Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 11-003 USA ASTM D 740
METHYL-ETHYL-KETONE (Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 11-016 USA BOEING BAC 5000 BAC 5504 BAC 5750
CLEANING SOLVENT (Ref. 20-31-00)

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 11-00-00-110-055

A. Cleaning

(1) Clean the surface on which you will bond the label, using CLEANING
AGENTS (Material No. 11-003) or CLEANING AGENTS (Material No. 11-
016), then thoroughly dry.

4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 11-00-00-915-056

A. Label Installation

(1) Remove the protective backing paper from the label.

(2) Put the label in position and apply heavy pressure.

(3) Clean with soapy water.

(4) Remove the oil stains with CLEANING AGENTS (Material No. 11-002).



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5. Close-up
________

Subtask 11-00-00-942-056

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



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TASK 11-00-00-400-008

Installation of the ESSO (Scotchcal Labels) in the Presence of Skydrol

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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

No specific brush
No specific emery cloth, Grade 350
No specific pad

B. Consumable Materials

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

Material No. 08-017 GB S27-8006


BONDING METAL/METAL (Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 11-003 USA ASTM D 740
METHYL-ETHYL-KETONE (Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 11-016 USA BOEING BAC 5000 BAC 5504 BAC 5750
CLEANING SOLVENT (Ref. 20-31-00)

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 11-00-00-110-056

A. Cleaning

(1) Roughen the surface on which you will bond the label, using emery
cloth, Grade 350 and then clean with CLEANING AGENTS (Material No.
11-003) or CLEANING AGENTS (Material No. 11-016), then thoroughly
dry.

(2) Remove the protective backing paper, then remove the adhesive
compound with a pad soaked in CLEANING AGENTS (Material No. 11-003)
or CLEANING AGENTS (Material No. 11-016).



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4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 11-00-00-915-057

A. Label Installation

(1) Using a brush, apply a coat of BONDING AND ADHESIVE COMPOUNDS


(Material No. 08-017).

(2) Affix the label and apply light pressure to the label for about 30
seconds.

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 11-00-00-942-057

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



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TASK 11-00-00-400-009

Installation of the FOTOFOIL Labels

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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

No specific emery cloth Grade 350

B. Consumable Materials

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

Material No. 08-010 D DA-4-653-3E4


TWO COMPONENT EPOXY ADHESIVE (Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 11-003 USA ASTM D 740
METHYL-ETHYL-KETONE (Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 11-016 USA BOEING BAC 5000 BAC 5504 BAC 5750
CLEANING SOLVENT (Ref. 20-31-00)

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 11-00-00-110-057

A. Cleaning

(1) Roughen the surface on which you will have bond the label, using
emery cloth Grade 350 and clean with CLEANING AGENTS (Material No.
11-003) or CLEANING AGENTS (Material No. 11-016), then thoroughly
dry.



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4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 11-00-00-915-058

A. Label Installation

(1) Apply a coat of BONDING AND ADHESIVE COMPOUNDS (Material No. 08-010)
to the surface on which you will bond the label.

(2) Affix the label and apply light pressure to the label for about 30
seconds.

NOTE : When you bond the label on a cylindrical component,


____
temporarily install a tie strap and leave in position until
the adhesive compound is fully dry.

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 11-00-00-942-058

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



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TASK 11-00-00-400-010

Installation of the BSB (DUROFIX) Labels (Material No. 05-136) (Marking with
Reactivable Transfer Label)

WARNING : USE SOLVENTS/CLEANING AGENTS, SEALANTS AND OTHER SPECIAL MATERIALS


_______
ONLY WITH A GOOD SUPPLY OF AIR.
OBEY THE MANUFACTURERS INSTRUCTIONS.
PUT ON PROTECTIVE CLOTHING.
DO NOT GET THEM IN YOUR MOUTH.
DO NOT SMOKE.
DO NOT BREATHE THE GAS.
THESE MATERIALS ARE POISONOUS, FLAMMABLE AND SKIN IRRITANT.
GET MEDICAL HELP IF YOUR SKIN OR EYES BECOME IRRITATED.

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

This procedure gives the data necessary for the installation of the service
and safety labels (BSB) on the external surfaces of the aircraft.

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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

No specific lukewarm water


No specific needle
No specific plastic container
No specific plastic scraper
No specific rubber roll
No specific soft hair brush
No specific sponge



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B. Consumable Materials

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

Material No. 05-029 F IPDA 28-05


FIXATIVE FOR PLACARD INSTALLATION (Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 07-018 USA BMS 10-72 TYPE V
VARNISH (Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 11-003 USA ASTM D 740
METHYL-ETHYL-KETONE (Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 11-016 USA BOEING BAC 5000 BAC 5504 BAC 5750
CLEANING SOLVENT (Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 19-003 USA AMS 3819
LINT-FREE COTTON CLOTH (Ref. 20-31-00)

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 11-00-00-110-058

A. Cleaning of the Contact Surfaces

NOTE : You must let the paint cure during 24 hours minimum at ambient
____
temperature before you install the labels.

(1) Clean the label contact surface with a lint-free cotton cloth
MISCELLANEOUS (Material No. 19-003) soaked with CLEANING AGENTS
(Material No. 11-003) or CLEANING AGENTS (Material No. 11-016).

Subtask 11-00-00-915-062

B. Preparation of the Bonding Material

NOTE : Obey the instructions of the manufacturer and the safety


____
precautions to use the bonding material.

(1) If the paint is new, do the step that follows:

(a) In a plastic container, mix one volume of lukewarm water at a


temperature between 30 deg.C (86.00 deg.F) and 40 deg.C (104.00
deg.F) with one volume of the fixative SPECIAL MATERIALS
(Material No. 05-029).



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(2) If the paint is not new, do the steps that follow:

(a) Apply the fixative SPECIAL MATERIALS (Material No. 05-029) on the
applicable painted area.

(b) In a plastic container, mix two volumes of lukewarm water at a


temperature between 30 deg.C (86.00 deg.F) and 40 deg.C (104.00
deg.F) with one volume of the fixative SPECIAL MATERIALS
(Material No. 05-029).

4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 11-00-00-915-059

A. Installation of the Label

NOTE : Let the paint dry before you install the label.
____

NOTE : Do this work at a temperature between 15 deg.C (59.00 deg.F) and


____
30 deg.C (86.00 deg.F) and a hygrometry between 40 and 75 percent.

(1) Put the label in the mixture during 15 to 20 seconds.

(2) Install the label with the markings against the contact surface.

(3) Apply a pressure on one of the ends of the label against the support
and pull the other end up to prevent wrinkles.

(4) Apply a pressure on the label against the surface with a plastic
scraper.

NOTE : To prevent wrinkles or air pockets, you must start from the
____
center to the edges.

(5) Apply a strong pressure on all the surface with a rubber roll.

(6) At the same time, remove the unwanted solution with a moist sponge.

(7) Apply the moist sponge to the backing paper of the label.

(8) After 2 minutes, remove the backing paper.

(9) Lightly remove the remaining compound from the label surface and
around the label with a sponge soaked with water.

(10) If applicable, make holes in the air pockets with a needle, and apply
a pressure with the plastic scraper.



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(11) If the installation is incorrect:

(a) If the label is moist:


- Remove the label and do the procedure again with a new label.

(b) If the label is dry:


- Apply a lint-free cotton cloth MISCELLANEOUS (Material No. 19-
003) soaked with CLEANING AGENTS (Material No. 11-003) on the
label.
- Remove the label with a plastic scraper.

NOTE : The label is bonded after 3 or 4 days. During this time,


____
do not clean the label area.

Subtask 11-00-00-916-051-A

B. Protection of exterior markings

(1) Apply a cross coat of PAINTS FOR DETAIL (INTERNAL AND EXTERN AL)
(Material No. 07-018) on all external functional and maintenance
markings with a soft hair brush.

NOTE : This procedure is recommended for better long-time bonding of


____
the labels on the external surfaces.

NOTE : The labels must dry during for 24 hours minimum at room
____
temperature before you apply the varnish.

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 11-00-00-942-050

A. Make sure that the work area is clean and clear of tool(s) and other
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TASK 11-00-00-400-011

Installation of the Metal Identification Plates

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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

No specific masking paper


No specific masking tape
No specific soft hair brush

B. Consumable Materials

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

Material No. 07-018 USA BMS 10-72 TYPE V


VARNISH (Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 09-002 USA MIL-S-8802 TYPE I CLASS B
FUEL TANK SEALANTPOLYSULFID(NO LONGER AVAILABLE
(Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 09-016 USA MIL-PRF-81733D TYPE II CLASS B
CORROSION INHIBITING FILLET CONSISTENCY
(Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 11-003 USA ASTM D 740
METHYL-ETHYL-KETONE (Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 11-016 USA BOEING BAC 5000 BAC 5504 BAC 5750
CLEANING SOLVENT (Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 19-003 USA AMS 3819
LINT-FREE COTTON CLOTH (Ref. 20-31-00)



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3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 11-00-00-110-059

A. Cleaning of the Contact Surfaces

(1) Clean the contact surface of the placard with MISCELLANEOUS (Material
No. 19-003) soaked in CLEANING AGENTS (Material No. 11-003) or
CLEANING AGENTS (Material No. 11-016).

4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 11-00-00-915-060

A. Installation of the Placard

NOTE : This installation procedure only applies to plate bonding. To know


____
if you must bond or rivet the plate, refer to the Standard Manual.

(1) Apply SEALANTS (Material No. 09-002) or SEALANTS (Material No. 09-
016) on the support with a soft hair brush.

(2) Install the placard and make sure that it is correctly bonded.

(3) Apply masking tape or masking paper on the area adjacent to the decal
location.

(4) Apply a cross coat of PAINTS FOR DETAIL (INTERNAL AND EXTERN AL)
(Material No. 07-018) on all external functional and maintenance
markings with a soft hair brush.

NOTE : This procedure is recommended for better long-time bonding of


____
the labels on the external surfaces.

NOTE : The labels must dry during for 24 hours minimum at room
____
temperature before you apply the varnish.

(5) Remove the unwanted compound.

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 11-00-00-942-060

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



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TASK 11-00-00-400-012

Installation of the Labels on Landing Gear

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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

No specific silicon paper grade 320


No specific soft hair brush

B. Consumable Materials

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

R Material No. 07-018 USA BMS 10-72 TYPE V


R VARNISH (Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 08-001 USA DOD-A-82720
GENERAL PURPOSE ADHESIVE HONEYCOMB FILLER
(Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 11-002 USA MIL-PRF-680
DRY CLEANING SOLVENT (VARSOL/WHITE SPIRIT)
(Ref. 20-31-00)
R
Material No. 19-003 USA AMS 3819
LINT-FREE COTTON CLOTH (Ref. 20-31-00)

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 11-00-00-120-051

A. Preparation of the Contact Surfaces

(1) Rub the contact surface with silicon paper grade 320 to remove the
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Subtask 11-00-00-110-060

B. Cleaning the Contact Surfaces

(1) Clean the contact surface with a MISCELLANEOUS (Material No. 19-003)
soaked in CLEANING AGENTS (Material No. 11-002).
Carefully remove the grease from the surface.

4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 11-00-00-915-061

A. Installation of the Placard

(1) Apply BONDING AND ADHESIVE COMPOUNDS (Material No. 08-001) on the
contact surface. Lightly bend the placard to bond it better.

Subtask 11-00-00-916-052

B. Preparation of the Placard

R (1) Apply 2 layers of PAINTS FOR DETAIL (INTERNAL AND EXTERN AL)
R (Material No. 07-018) on the placard with a soft hair brush.

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 11-00-00-942-061

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



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TASK 11-00-00-370-002

Application of Identification and Marking Paints

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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

No specific abrasive nylon pads


No specific abrasive rotative brush
No specific anti-dust pads
No specific clean lint-free cloth
No specific grade 220 emery cloth

B. Consumable Materials

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

Material No. 11-004 USA MIL-T-81533


1.1.1TRICHLOROETHANE (METHYL CHLOROFORM)
(Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 19-003 USA AMS 3819
LINT-FREE COTTON CLOTH (Ref. 20-31-00)

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 11-00-00-110-062

A. Cleaning of the External Surfaces

(1) Clean the surface with a MISCELLANEOUS (Material No. 19-003) soaked
in CLEANING AGENTS (Material No. 11-004) to remove all the signs of
dirt.

NOTE : Do the cleaning operation until the cloth you use is clean.
____



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Subtask 11-00-00-440-050

B. Surface Reactivation

(1) Before you apply the paint, make all the surfaces rough with abrasive
nylon pads and CLEANING AGENTS (Material No. 11-004).

NOTE : Stop the reactivation procedure when the surface is


____
sufficiently rough. Be careful not to remove or damage the
protection of the skin or composite fibers.

NOTE : The surface on which you do the reactivation must be wet, but
____
it is possible to rub a dry surface if a vacuum cleaning
device is available to remove the dust when you have rubbed
the surface.

(2) If necessary, remove the remaining sealant with grade 220 emery
cloth.

(3) Lightly rub the screw or rivet rows to remove all the black signs.

(4) Make the surface rough by hand:


- for all the areas to which it is not possible to get access with
the sanding machine
- if there is a risk of damage when you use the machine (overlaping
sheet metal junctions, window and windshield frames, antenna
supports, fuselage area behind the radome).

(5) Use an abrasive rotative brush to clean the areas with round head
rivets.

Subtask 11-00-00-110-063

C. Final Cleaning and Wiping

(1) Rince the surfaces you have rubbed with CLEANING AGENTS (Material No.
11-004) then wipe with a clean lint-free cloth before the cleaning
agent evaporates.

(2) Lightly wipe again all the upper sections of the aircraft (fuselage
above the windows, upper surface wings) with anti-dust pads before
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4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 11-00-00-370-050

A. Application of Identification and Marking Paints

(1) Apply a coat of paint and then a cross paint.

NOTE : The time between the last cleaning operation and the
____
application of paint must not be more than 4 hours.

Subtask 11-00-00-916-053

B. Not Applicable

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 11-00-00-942-051

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TASK 11-00-00-960-001

Replacement of the Tail Cone Reference Triangle

WARNING : USE SOLVENTS/CLEANING AGENTS, SEALANTS AND OTHER SPECIAL MATERIALS


_______
ONLY WITH A GOOD SUPPLY OF AIR.
OBEY THE MANUFACTURERS INSTRUCTIONS.
PUT ON PROTECTIVE CLOTHING.
DO NOT GET THEM IN YOUR MOUTH.
DO NOT SMOKE.
DO NOT BREATHE THE GAS.
THESE MATERIALS ARE POISONOUS, FLAMMABLE AND SKIN IRRITANT.
GET MEDICAL HELP IF YOUR SKIN OR EYES BECOME IRRITATED.

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

This procedure gives information to replace the reference triangle on the


tail cone after adjustment of the rudder or elevator to the neutral
position.

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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

No specific non-metallic spatula

B. Consumable Materials

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

No specific adhesive tape


No specific blind rivets
No specific emery paper grade 320
Material No. 08-001 USA DOD-A-82720
GENERAL PURPOSE ADHESIVE HONEYCOMB FILLER
(Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 09-013 C Z-16.127
CORROSION INHIBITING BRUSH CONSISTENCY
(Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 11-003 USA ASTM D 740
METHYL-ETHYL-KETONE (Ref. 20-31-00)



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

Material No. 11-026 GB DEF-STAN 68-148/1


SOLVENT GENERAL PURPOSE (Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 19-003 USA AMS 3819
LINT-FREE COTTON CLOTH (Ref. 20-31-00)

C. Referenced Information

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

27-24-00-820-001 Adjustment of the Rudder Neutral Position


27-34-00-820-003 Adjustment of the Elevator and Hydraulic Actuation to
0.5 Degrees Nose-Up with the Gauge-Elevator Neutral
Setting (98D27309006000)
27-34-00-820-003 Adjustment of the Elevator and Hydraulic Actuation to
0.5 Degrees Nose-Up with the Gauge-Elevator Neutral
Setting (98D27309002000)
AMM 11-21-27 P.Block 001 FLIGHT CONTROLS
SRM 512111, P.Block 001
SRM 512311, P.Block 001
SRM 517300, P.Block 001

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 11-00-00-120-053-A

A. Removal of the Elevator Reference Triangle and Preparation of the Surface

(1) Remove the old reference triangle with a non-metallic spatula.

(2) Do the step that follow to remove the remaining adhesive compound:

(a) Clean the contact surfaces with a MISCELLANEOUS (Material No. 19-
003) soaked with CLEANING AGENTS (Material No. 11-003).

(b) Remove the remaining adhesive coumpound with a non-metallic


spatula.

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(d) Make sure that the contact surfaces are in the correct condition
and apply protection if necessary (Ref. SRM 512111, P.Block 001)
and (Ref. SRM 512311, P.Block 001).

(e) Apply finish paint on the contact surfaces.

(f) Remove the adhesive tape.

(3) Preparation for installation

(a) Clean the contact surfaces with a MISCELLANEOUS (Material No. 19-
003) soaked with CLEANING AGENTS (Material No. 11-003).

(b) Use adhesive tape to show the limits of the bonded area.

(c) Rub the contact surfaces with emery paper grade 320.

(d) Remove the adhesive tape.

(e) Clean the contact surfaces with a MISCELLANEOUS (Material No. 19-
003) soaked with CLEANING AGENTS (Material No. 11-003).

Subtask 11-00-00-120-057

B. Removal of the Rudder Reference Plate (if installed) and Preparation of


the Surface

(1) Drill out the rivets that attach the reference plate to the
structure.

(2) Remove the reference plate with a non-metallic spatula.

(3) Discard the reference plate.

(4) Remove the remaining sealant from the area and clean with a
MISCELLANEOUS (Material No. 19-003) and CLEANING AGENTS (Material No.
11-026).

(5) Install eight blind rivets.

(6) Close the rivet holes with SEALANTS (Material No. 09-013).

(7) Let the sealant cure.

(8) Apply surface protection (Ref. SRM 517300, P.Block 001).

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(10) Clean the area with a MISCELLANEOUS (Material No. 19-003) and
CLEANING AGENTS (Material No. 11-026).

Subtask 11-00-00-120-056

C. Removal of the Rudder Reference Triangle (if installed) and Preparation


of the Surface

(1) Remove the old reference triangle with a non-metallic spatula.

(2) Do the step that follow to remove the remaining adhesive compound:

(a) Clean the contact surfaces with a MISCELLANEOUS (Material No. 19-
003) soaked with CLEANING AGENTS (Material No. 11-003).

(b) Remove the remaining adhesive coumpound with a non-metallic


spatula.

(c) Use adhesive tape to show the limits of the bonded area.

(d) Make sure that the contact surfaces are in the correct condition
and apply protection if necessary (Ref. SRM 512111, P.Block 001)
and (Ref. SRM 512311, P.Block 001).

(e) Apply finish paint on the contact surfaces.

(f) Remove the adhesive tape.

(3) Preparation for installation

(a) Clean the contact surfaces with a MISCELLANEOUS (Material No. 19-
003) soaked with CLEANING AGENTS (Material No. 11-003).

(b) Use adhesive tape to show the limits of the bonded area.

(c) Rub the contact surfaces with emery paper grade 320.

(d) Remove the adhesive tape.

(e) Clean the contact surfaces with a MISCELLANEOUS (Material No. 19-
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Subtask 11-00-00-860-051-A

D. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) Before you install the reference triangle make sure that the rudder
and/or the elevator are in the correct position
- for the rudder (Ref. TASK 27-24-00-820-001).
- for the elevator (Ref. TASK 27-34-00-820-003), or (Ref. TASK 27-34-
00-820-003)

4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 11-00-00-915-071

A. Installation of the Elevator or Rudder Reference Triangle

(1) Remove the protection paper from the reference triangle.

(2) Install the reference triangle (Ref. AMM 11-21-27 P.Block 001) with
BONDING AND ADHESIVE COMPOUNDS (Material No. 08-001).

(3) Use adhesive tape to hold the reference triangle during the curing
time.

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 11-00-00-942-063

A. Put the aircraft back to its initial configuration.

(1) Make sure that the work area is clean and clear of tool(s) and other
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TASK 11-00-00-400-020

Installation of the Fuselage Reference Triangle

WARNING : USE SOLVENTS/CLEANING AGENTS, SEALANTS AND OTHER SPECIAL MATERIALS


_______
ONLY WITH A GOOD SUPPLY OF AIR.
OBEY THE MANUFACTURERS INSTRUCTIONS.
PUT ON PROTECTIVE CLOTHING.
DO NOT GET THEM IN YOUR MOUTH.
DO NOT SMOKE.
DO NOT BREATHE THE GAS.
THESE MATERIALS ARE POISONOUS, FLAMMABLE AND SKIN IRRITANT.
GET MEDICAL HELP IF YOUR SKIN OR EYES BECOME IRRITATED.

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

This procedure gives the information related to the installation of the


leveling placard on the fuselage.

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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

No specific soft brush

B. Consumable Materials

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

Material No. 09-002 USA MIL-S-8802 TYPE I CLASS B


FUEL TANK SEALANTPOLYSULFID(NO LONGER AVAILABLE
(Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 09-016 USA MIL-PRF-81733D TYPE II CLASS B
CORROSION INHIBITING FILLET CONSISTENCY
(Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 11-003 USA ASTM D 740
METHYL-ETHYL-KETONE (Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 11-016 USA BOEING BAC 5000 BAC 5504 BAC 5750
CLEANING SOLVENT (Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 19-003 USA AMS 3819
LINT-FREE COTTON CLOTH (Ref. 20-31-00)



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C. Referenced Information

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

08-22-00-200-001 Precise Leveling


AMM 11-21-08 P.Block 001 LEVELING AND WEIGHING

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 11-00-00-860-053

A. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) If necessary, make the aircraft level to find the center line before
you install the placard (Ref. TASK 08-22-00-200-001).

Subtask 11-00-00-110-071

B. Cleaning of the Contact Surfaces

(1) Clean the contact surface of the placard with MISCELLANEOUS (Material
No. 19-003) soaked in CLEANING AGENTS (Material No. 11-003) or
CLEANING AGENTS (Material No. 11-016).

4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 11-00-00-915-070

A. Installation of the Fuselage Reference Triangle

(1) Apply SEALANTS (Material No. 09-002) or SEALANTS (Material No. 09-
016) on the support with a soft brush.

(2) Install the placard (Ref. AMM 11-21-08 P.Block 001) and make sure
that it is correctly bonded.

(3) Remove the unwanted compound.

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 11-00-00-942-071

A. Make sure that the work area is clean and clear of tool(s) and other
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TASK 11-00-00-370-003

Apply Marking Paints with Stencils

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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

No specific access platform


No specific brush
No specific masking film
No specific tape

B. Consumable Materials

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

Material No. 07-018 USA BMS 10-72 TYPE V


VARNISH (Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 11-003 USA ASTM D 740
METHYL-ETHYL-KETONE (Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 11-010 USA TT-I-735 GRADE A
ISOPROPYL ALCOHOL (Ref. 20-31-00)

C. Referenced Information

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

SRM 512311,P.Block001



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3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 11-00-00-010-050

A. Get Access

(1) Put an access platform in position in the work area.

Subtask 11-00-00-110-066

B. Cleaning of the external surfaces

WARNING : USE SOLVENTS/CLEANING AGENTS, SEALANTS AND OTHER SPECIAL


_______
MATERIALS ONLY WITH A GOOD SUPPLY OF AIR.
OBEY THE MANUFACTURERS INSTRUCTIONS.
PUT ON PROTECTIVE CLOTHING.
DO NOT GET THEM IN YOUR MOUTH.
DO NOT SMOKE.
DO NOT BREATHE THE GAS.
THESE MATERIALS ARE POISONOUS, FLAMMABLE AND SKIN IRRITANT.
GET MEDICAL HELP IF YOUR SKIN OR EYES BECOME IRRITATED.

(1) Clean the surface with CLEANING AGENTS (Material No. 11-010) or
CLEANING AGENTS (Material No. 11-003) if the paint is fully cured,
and let it dry.

4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 11-00-00-370-052

A. Apply Marking Paints with Stencils

NOTE : The base paint must be sufficiently dry (the paint manufacturer
____
gives the indications dry to tape or maskable drying time)
before you apply the paint with a stencil.

(1) Put the masking film or tape in position.

(2) Refer to the suppliers instructions to mix the paint.

(3) Apply the paint as a spray or with a brush.

(a) For more information about the coatings (Ref. SRM


512311,P.Block001).

NOTE : Make sure that you keep the contrast between the color of
____
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(4) Remove all the masking material and touch up as necessary.

Subtask 11-00-00-916-055

B. Protection of External Markings

(1) When the paint is dry, apply PAINTS FOR DETAIL (INTERNAL AND EXTERN
AL) (Material No. 07-018) if necessary.

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 11-00-00-942-066

A. Close Access

(1) Remove the access platform(s).

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



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TASK 11-00-00-960-002

Replacement of the Engine Leasing Plate

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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

No specific warning notice


No specific access platform 1.50 m (4 ft. 11 in.)

B. Consumable Materials

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

Material No. 11-002 USA MIL-PRF-680


DRY CLEANING SOLVENT (VARSOL/WHITE SPIRIT)
(Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 19-003 USA AMS 3819
LINT-FREE COTTON CLOTH (Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 19-009 USA AMS 5687
LOCKWIRE STAINLESS STEEL ANNEALED 0.5MM DIA
(Ref. 20-31-00)

C. Referenced Information

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

71-13-00-010-010 Opening of the Fan Cowls 437AL(447AL),438AR(448AR)


71-13-00-010-040 Opening of the Fan Cowl Doors
71-13-00-410-010 Closing of the Fan Cowls 437AL(447AL),438AR(448AR)
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3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 11-00-00-941-055

A. Safety Precautions

(1) On the center pedestal, on the ENG panel 115VU:

(a) Put a warning notice in position to tell persons not to start the
engine.

(2) Make sure that the engine 1(2) shutdown occurred not less than 5
minutes before you do this procedure.

(3) On the ENG section of the maintenance panel 50VU:

(a) Make sure that the ON legend of the ENG/FADEC GND PWR/1(2)
pushbutton switch is off.

(b) Put a warning notice in position to tell persons not to energize


the FADEC 1(2).

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

Subtask 11-00-00-010-051

B. Get Access

(1) Open the fan cowl doors (Ref. TASK 71-13-00-010-010):


FOR 1000EM1
437AL, 438AR
FOR 1000EM2
447AL, 448AR.

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

Subtask 11-00-00-010-051-A

B. Get Access

(1) Open the fan cowl doors (Ref. TASK 71-13-00-010-040):


FOR 1000EM1
437AL, 438AR
FOR 1000EM2
447AL, 448AR

(2) Put an access platform in position at the engine.

**ON A/C ALL

4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 11-00-00-020-050

A. Removal of the Engine Leasing Plate

(1) Cut, remove and discard the lockwire.

(2) Remove the nuts, the screws and the washers that attach the leasing
plate.

(3) Remove the leasing plate.

Subtask 11-00-00-110-067

B. Cleaning of the Contact Surface

WARNING : USE SOLVENTS/CLEANING AGENTS, SEALANTS AND OTHER SPECIAL


_______
MATERIALS ONLY WITH A GOOD SUPPLY OF AIR.
OBEY THE MANUFACTURERS INSTRUCTIONS.
PUT ON PROTECTIVE CLOTHING.
DO NOT GET THEM IN YOUR MOUTH.
DO NOT SMOKE.
DO NOT BREATHE THE GAS.
THESE MATERIALS ARE POISONOUS, FLAMMABLE AND SKIN IRRITANT.
GET MEDICAL HELP IF YOUR SKIN OR EYES BECOME IRRITATED.


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(1) Clean and degrease the contact surface of the leasing plate with a
lint-free cloth MISCELLANEOUS (Material No. 19-003) made moist with
CLEANING AGENTS (Material No. 11-002).

Subtask 11-00-00-960-050

C. Installation of the Engine Leasing Plate

(1) Put the leasing plate in position on the support.

(2) Install the washers, the screws and the nuts.

(3) Safety the two screws together on every side of the plate with
lockwire MISCELLANEOUS (Material No. 19-009).

5. Close-up
________

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

Subtask 11-00-00-942-067

A. Close Access

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

(2) Remove the access platform(s).

(3) Close the fan cowl doors (Ref. TASK 71-13-00-410-010):


FOR 1000EM1
437AL, 438AR
FOR 1000EM2
447AL, 448AR

(4) Remove the warning notice(s).


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

Subtask 11-00-00-942-067-A

A. Close Access

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

(2) Remove the access platform(s).

(3) Close the fan cowl doors (Ref. TASK 71-13-00-410-040):


FOR 1000EM1
437AL, 438AR
FOR 1000EM2
447AL, 448AR

(4) Remove the warning notice(s).


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TASK 11-00-00-960-003

Replacement of the Cockpit Leasing Plate

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

Not Applicable

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 11-00-00-941-057

A. Get Access

(1) Get access to the cockpit to replace the leasing plate.

4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 11-00-00-020-051

A. Removal of the Leasing Plate

(1) Hold the leasing plate and remove the screws that attach it.

(2) Remove the leasing plate from the lavatory wall.

Subtask 11-00-00-420-050

B. Installation of the Leasing Plate

(1) Put the leasing plate in position on the lavatory wall.

(2) Install the screws on the leasing plate.

(3) Tighten the screws.


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5. Close-up
________

Subtask 11-00-00-942-070

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


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TASK 11-00-00-400-018

Installation of DISA (SUPRAFIX FRS Material No. 05-135) Labels (Marking with
Reactivable Transfer Label)

WARNING : USE SOLVENTS/CLEANING AGENTS, SEALANTS AND OTHER SPECIAL MATERIALS


_______
ONLY WITH A GOOD SUPPLY OF AIR.
OBEY THE MANUFACTURERS INSTRUCTIONS.
PUT ON PROTECTIVE CLOTHING.
DO NOT GET THEM IN YOUR MOUTH.
DO NOT SMOKE.
DO NOT BREATHE THE GAS.
THESE MATERIALS ARE POISONOUS, FLAMMABLE AND SKIN IRRITANT.
GET MEDICAL HELP IF YOUR SKIN OR EYES BECOME IRRITATED.

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

This procedure gives the data necessary for the installation of the
reactivable transfer labels (suprafix frs from DISA material no. 05-135)
related to service and safety, on the external surfaces of the aircraft.

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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

No specific needle
No specific plastic container
No specific plastic scraper
No specific rubber roller
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B. Consumable Materials

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

Material No. 05-137 F ASNB-70820-SP


FIXATIVE FOR DECAL (Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 07-018 USA BMS 10-72 TYPE V
VARNISH (Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 11-003 USA ASTM D 740
METHYL-ETHYL-KETONE (Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 11-016 USA BOEING BAC 5000 BAC 5504 BAC 5750
CLEANING SOLVENT (Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 11-026 GB DEF-STAN 68-148/1
SOLVENT GENERAL PURPOSE (Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 19-003 USA AMS 3819
LINT-FREE COTTON CLOTH (Ref. 20-31-00)

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 11-00-00-110-068

A. Cleaning of the Contact Surfaces

NOTE : You must let the paint cure during 24 hours minimum at ambient
____
temperature before you install the labels.

(1) If the paint is fully cured, clean the contact surface of the label
with a lint-free cotton cloth MISCELLANEOUS (Material No. 19-003)
soaked with CLEANING AGENTS (Material No. 11-003), CLEANING AGENTS
(Material No. 11-016) or CLEANING AGENTS (Material No. 11-026).

Subtask 11-00-00-915-067

B. Preparation of the Bonding Material

NOTE : Obey the instructions of the manufacturer and the safety


____
precautions to use the bonding material.

(1) Put fixative SPECIAL MATERIALS (Material No. 05-137) in a plastic


container (size sufficient not to fold the label) at a temperature
between 17 and 23 deg.C (62.6 and 73.4 deg.F).



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4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 11-00-00-915-068

A. Installation of the Label

(1) Put the label in the fixative during 30 to 45 seconds.

(2) Install the label with the marking against the contact surface.

(3) Apply a pressure on one of the ends of the label against the support
and pull the other end up to prevent wrinkles.

(4) Apply a pressure on the label against the surface with a plastic
scraper.

NOTE : To prevent wrinkles or air pockets, you must start from the
____
center to the edges.

(5) Apply a strong pressure on all the surface with a rubber roller.

(6) At the same time, remove the unwanted solution with a moist sponge.

(7) Apply the moist sponge to the backing paper of the label.

(8) After 2 minutes, remove the backing paper.

(9) Lightly remove the remaining compound from the label surface and
around the label with a sponge soaked in water.

(10) If applicable, make holes in the air pockets with a needle, and apply
pressure with the plastic scraper.

(11) If the installation is incorrect:

(a) If the label is moist:


- Remove the label and do the procedure again with a new label.

(b) If the label is dry:


- Apply a lint-free cotton cloth MISCELLANEOUS (Material No. 19-
003) soaked with CLEANING AGENTS (Material No. 11-003),
CLEANING AGENTS (Material No. 11-016) or CLEANING AGENTS
(Material No. 11-026) on the label.
- Remove the label with a plastic scraper.

NOTE : The label is bonded after 3 or 4 days. During this time,


____
do not clean the label area.



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Subtask 11-00-00-916-056

B. Protection of the Labels

R NOTE : This procedure is strongly recommended for a better durability of


____
R the labels on the external surfaces.

NOTE : The labels must dry during 24 hours minimum at room temperature
____
before you apply the varnish.

R (1) Apply a cross-coat of varnish PAINTS FOR DETAIL (INTERNAL AND EXTERN
R AL) (Material No. 07-018) on the label with a soft-hair brush.
R

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 11-00-00-942-069

A. Make sure that the work area is clean and clear of tool(s) and other
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TASK 11-00-00-400-019

Installation of the Asymmetric Labels on the Flap Track Beam 3

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 non-metallic scraper


No specific spring-loaded clamps

B. Consumable Materials

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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
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Material No. 08-087 GB AFS 2318


ADHESIVE 2-PART ACRYLIC (Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 11-004 USA MIL-T-81533
1.1.1TRICHLOROETHANE (METHYL CHLOROFORM)
(Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 16-021B GB ABP 4-2128
POLYURETHANE GLOSS FINISH (CLEAR BASECOAT)
(Ref. 20-31-00)

C. Referenced Information

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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
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57-55-11-000-001 Removal of the Flap Track Fairings Nos. 2, 3 and 4


57-55-11-400-001 Installation of the Flap Track Fairings Nos. 2, 3 and
4



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3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 11-00-00-010-052

A. Get Access

(1) Remove the flap track fairing No. 3 (Ref. TASK 57-55-11-000-001).

Subtask 11-00-00-110-069

B. Cleaning

(1) Before you install the label, remove the grease and clean the surface
with CLEANING AGENTS (Material No. 11-004).

(2) Fully dry the surface.

4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 11-00-00-915-069

A. Label Installation

(1) Apply a layer of BONDING AND ADHESIVE COMPOUNDS (Material No. 08-087)
to the surfaces (refer to the Vendors instructions).

(2) Install the label and apply a light pressure during approximately 20
minutes with the spring-loaded clamps.

(3) Remove the unwanted adhesive with a non-metallic scraper.

(4) Let the adhesive dry during 30 minutes.

NOTE : The label is fully bonded after 3 hours.


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(5) Apply a layer of STRUCTURE PAINTS (Material No. 16-021B).

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 11-00-00-410-050

A. Close Access

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

(2) Install the flap track fairing No. 3 (Ref. TASK 57-55-11-400-001).



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EXTERIOR PLACARDS AND MARKINGS - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
__________________________________________________________

1. _______
General
This chapter gives the placards and markings on the external side of the
aircraft.

2. _______________________________
Markings of the Hoisting Points

**ON A/C 001-012, 014-019,

(Ref. Fig. 001)

R **ON A/C 020-099, 101-199, 901-999,

(Ref. Fig. 001A)

**ON A/C ALL

The blanking patches are installed on the hoisting points when the aircraft
is fully painted. Each blanking sheet is painted in the same color as the
adjacent area.

3. Markings
_____________________________________________
on Access Panels and Doors necessary
The access panels and doors that you open for the maintenance operation are
identified on the door or panel itself. The identification is on the
adjacent area if the panel or door surface is not sufficient. The height of
the letters is 13 mm (0.5118 in.).

A. Markings on Fuselage

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

(Ref. Fig. 002)

**ON A/C 101-199,

(Ref. Fig. 002A)

R **ON A/C 901-999,

R (Ref. Fig. 002B)



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Blanking of the Hoisting Points
Figure 001



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001-012, 014-019,  11-20-00

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Blanking of the Hoisting Points
Figure 001A


R

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020-099, 101-199, 901-999,  11-20-00

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Markings on the Fuselage and Tail Unit
Figure 002


R

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001-012, 014-099,  11-20-00

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R Markings on the Fuselage and Tail Unit
R Figure 002A



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101-199,  11-20-00

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INTENTIONALLY BLANK





 11-20-00

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R  
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Markings on the Fuselage and Tail Unit
R Figure 002B


R

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901-999,  11-20-00

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R **ON A/C 001-012, 014-019,

(Ref. Fig. 003)

R **ON A/C 020-099,

(Ref. Fig. 003A)

R **ON A/C 101-199,

(Ref. Fig. 003B)

R **ON A/C 901-999,

R (Ref. Fig. 003C)

R **ON A/C ALL

(Ref. Fig. 004)

B. Markings on L and R Wings

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

R (Ref. Fig. 005)

R **ON A/C 101-199,

R (Ref. Fig. 005A)

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

R (Ref. Fig. 006)

R **ON A/C 101-199,

R (Ref. Fig. 006A)


R

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Markings on the Fuselage
Figure 003



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001-012, 014-019,  11-20-00

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R  
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Markings on the Fuselage
Figure 003A


R

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020-099,  11-20-00

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R Markings on the Fuselage
R Figure 003B


R

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101-199,  11-20-00

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Markings on the Fuselage
R Figure 003C



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901-999,  11-20-00

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Markings on the THS
Figure 004



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R  
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INTENTIONALLY BLANK





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Markings on the L Wing
Figure 005


R

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001-012, 014-099, 901-999,  11-20-00

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INTENTIONALLY BLANK


R



 11-20-00

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R Markings on the L Wing
R Figure 005A (SHEET 1)



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101-199,  11-20-00

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R Markings on the L Wing
R Figure 005A (SHEET 2)



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101-199,  11-20-00

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INTENTIONALLY BLANK





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Markings on the R Wing
Figure 006



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001-012, 014-099, 901-999,  11-20-00

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INTENTIONALLY BLANK





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R Markings on the R Wing
R Figure 006A (SHEET 1)



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101-199,  11-20-00

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R Markings on the R Wing
R Figure 006A (SHEET 2)



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101-199,  11-20-00

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R **ON A/C ALL

C. Markings on Engine Pylons and Cowl

**ON A/C 001-012, 014-019,

(Ref. Fig. 007)

**ON A/C 020-099,

(Ref. Fig. 007A)

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

(Ref. Fig. 007B)



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Markings on the Engine Pylons and Cowls
Figure 007



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001-012, 014-019,  11-20-00

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Markings on the Engine Pylons and Cowls
Figure 007A



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020-099,  11-20-00

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Markings on the Engine Pylons and Cowls
Figure 007B



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101-199, 901-999,  11-20-00

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FUSELAGE - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
____________________________________

1. _______
General
This section gives the information related to the placards and markings on
the external side of the aircraft.
To make use of this section easier, the two last digits of the ATA reference
of each subject identifies the related system.



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LIFTING AND SHORING - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
_______________________________________________

1. _______
General
This subject gives the information related to the markings of the lifting
and shoring points on the fuselage.

A. Marking of the Lifting and Shoring points on the Fuselage

R **ON A/C 001-012, 014-099, 101-101, 901-901,

(Ref. Fig. 001)

R **ON A/C 102-199, 902-999,

(Ref. Fig. 001A)



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Markings of the Lifting and Shoring Points
Figure 001


R

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001-012, 014-099, 101-101, 901-901,  11-21-07

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Markings of the Lifting and Shoring Points
Figure 001A


R

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102-199, 902-999,  11-21-07

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LEVELING AND WEIGHING - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
_________________________________________________

1. _______
General
This subject gives the information related to the markings of the leveling
points on the fuselage.

A. Markings of the Leveling Points on the Fuselage.

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

(Ref. Fig. 001)

R **ON A/C 101-199,

R (Ref. Fig. 001A)



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Markings of the Leveling Points
Figure 001


R

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001-012, 014-099, 901-999,  11-21-08

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R Markings of the Leveling Points
R Figure 001A



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101-199,  11-21-08

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AIR CONDITIONING - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
____________________________________________

1. _______
General
This subject gives the information related to the air conditioning markings
on the fuselage

A. Markings of the Skin Air Inlet and Outlet Valves

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

(Ref. Fig. 001)

**ON A/C 101-102,

(Ref. Fig. 001A)

**ON A/C 103-199, 902-999,

(Ref. Fig. 001B)

**ON A/C ALL

B. Markings of the LP Ground Connection

R **ON A/C 001-012, 014-099, 101-103, 901-901,

(Ref. Fig. 002)

R **ON A/C 104-199,

(Ref. Fig. 002A)

R **ON A/C 902-999,

R (Ref. Fig. 002B)



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Markings of the Skin Air Inlet and Outlet Valves
Figure 001


R

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001-012, 014-099, 901-901,  11-21-21

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Markings of the Skin Air Inlet and Outlet Valves
Figure 001A


R

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101-102,  11-21-21

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R Markings of the Skin Air Inlet and Outlet Valves
R Figure 001B


R

EFF :

103-199, 902-999,  11-21-21

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Markings of the LP Ground Connection
Figure 002


R

EFF :

001-012, 014-099, 101-103, 901-901,  11-21-21

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R Markings of the LP Ground Connection
R Figure 002A


R

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104-199,  11-21-21

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Markings of the LP Ground Connection
R Figure 002B


R

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902-999,  11-21-21

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

C. Markings of the Air Inlet and Outlet of the Packs 1 and 2


(Ref. Fig. 003)

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

C. Markings of the Air Inlet of the Packs 1 and 2

**ON A/C 101-102, 901-901,

(Ref. Fig. 003A)

**ON A/C 103-199, 902-999,

(Ref. Fig. 003B)

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

D. Markings of the Skin Air Inlet and Outlet Valves of the Refrigeration
System
(Ref. Fig. 004)

**ON A/C ALL

E. Markings of the External Air-Supply Caution

**ON A/C 001-012, 014-099, 101-102, 901-901,

(Ref. Fig. 005)

**ON A/C 103-199,

(Ref. Fig. 005A)

**ON A/C 902-999,

(Ref. Fig. 005B)



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Markings of the Air Inlet and Outlet of the Packs 1 and 2
Figure 003


R

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001-012, 014-099,  11-21-21

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Markings of the Air Inlet of the Packs 1 and 2
Figure 003A


R

EFF :

101-102, 901-901,  11-21-21

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R Markings of the Air Inlet of the Packs 1 and 2
Figure 003B


R

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103-199, 902-999,  11-21-21

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Markings of the Skin Air Inlet and Outlet Valves of the Refrigeration System
Figure 004


R

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001-012, 014-099,  11-21-21

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Markings of the External Air-Supply Caution
Figure 005


R

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001-012, 014-099, 101-102, 901-901,  11-21-21

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Markings of the External Air-Supply Caution
Figure 005A


R

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103-199,  11-21-21

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Markings of the External Air-Supply Caution
Figure 005B



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902-999,  11-21-21

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ELECTRICAL POWER - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
____________________________________________

1. _______
General
This subject gives the information related to the markings of the ground
electrical connection on the fuselage.

A. Markings of the External Power Receptacle


(Ref. Fig. 001)



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R Markings of the External Power Receptacle
Figure 001



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FLIGHT CONTROLS - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
___________________________________________

1. _______
General
This subject gives the information related to the THS incidence markings on
the fuselage.

A. THS Incidence Markings


(Ref. Fig. 001)
R

B. Location of the Elevator and Rudder Neutral Position Triangle


(Ref. Fig. 002)

NOTE : The centre of the triangle must be aligned with the trailing edge
____
of the elevator. The direction of the triangle is not important.



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R Markings for the THS Incidence
Figure 001



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ALL  11-21-27

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Location of the Elevator and Rudder Neutral Position Triangle
Figure 002


R

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ALL  11-21-27

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FUEL - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
________________________________

1. _______
General
This subject gives the information related to the fuel markings on the
fuselage.

A. Markings of the magnetic level indicators and APU fuel drain.

R **ON A/C 001-012, 014-099, 101-101, 901-901,

(Ref. Fig. 001)

R **ON A/C 102-102, 902-999,

(Ref. Fig. 001A)

R **ON A/C 103-199,

(Ref. Fig. 001B)

**ON A/C ALL

B. Markings of the fuel panel

R **ON A/C 001-012, 014-099, 104-199, 902-999,

(Ref. Fig. 002)

R **ON A/C 101-103, 901-901,

(Ref. Fig. 002A)

**ON A/C ALL

C. Markings on the APU Fuel Drain


(Ref. Fig. 003)



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Markings of the Magnetic Level Indicators and APU Fuel Drain
Figure 001


R

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001-012, 014-099, 101-101, 901-901,  11-21-28

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Markings of the Magnetic Level Indicators and APU Fuel Drain
R Figure 001A


R

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102-102, 902-999,  11-21-28

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Markings of the Magnetic Level Indicators and APU Fuel Drain
R Figure 001B


R

EFF :

103-199,  11-21-28

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Markings of the Fuel Panel
Figure 002


R

EFF :

001-012, 014-099, 104-199, 902-999,  11-21-28

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Markings of the Fuel Panel
Figure 002A


R

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101-103, 901-901,  11-21-28

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Markings on the APU Fuel Drain
Figure 003



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ALL  11-21-28

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HYDRAULIC POWER - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
___________________________________________

1. _______
General
This subject gives the information related to the markings of the hydraulic
power system, on the fuselage.

A. Markings for the Hydraulic Ground Connection of the Blue System

**ON A/C 001-010,

(Ref. Fig. 001)

R **ON A/C 011-012, 014-099, 101-103, 901-901,

(Ref. Fig. 001A)

R **ON A/C 104-199, 902-999,

(Ref. Fig. 001B)

**ON A/C ALL

B. Markings for the Hydraulic Reservoir Filling

R **ON A/C 001-012, 014-099, 101-103, 901-901,

(Ref. Fig. 002)

R **ON A/C 104-199, 902-999,

(Ref. Fig. 002A)

**ON A/C ALL

C. Markings for the Hydraulic Ground Connection of the Yellow System

R **ON A/C 001-012, 014-099, 101-103, 901-901,

(Ref. Fig. 003)



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R Markings for the Hydraulic Ground Connection of the Blue System
Figure 001



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001-010,  11-21-29

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Markings for the Hydraulic Ground Connection of the Blue System
Figure 001A


R

EFF :

011-012, 014-099, 101-103, 901-901,  11-21-29

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Markings of the Hydraulic Ground Connection of the Blue System
Figure 001B


R

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104-199, 902-999,  11-21-29

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Markings of the Hydraulic Reservoir Filling
Figure 002


R

EFF :

001-012, 014-099, 101-103, 901-901,  11-21-29

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Markings for the Hydraulic Reservoir Filling
Figure 002A


R

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104-199, 902-999,  11-21-29

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Markings for the Hydraulic Ground Connection of the Yellow System
Figure 003


R

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001-012, 014-099, 101-103, 901-901,  11-21-29

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R **ON A/C 104-199, 902-999,

(Ref. Fig. 003A)

**ON A/C ALL

D. Markings for the Hydraulics Compartment (Blue System) and Main Gear Doors
(Ref. Fig. 004)

E. Markings for the Hydraulics Compartment (Yellow System) and Main Gear
Doors
(Ref. Fig. 005)



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Markings of the Hydraulic Ground Connection of the Yellow System
Figure 003A


R

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104-199, 902-999,  11-21-29

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Markings for the Hydraulics Compartment (Blue System) and Main Gear Doors
Figure 004



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Markings for the Hydraulics Compartment (Yellow System) and Main Gear Doors
Figure 005



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INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
________________________________________________________

1. _______
General
This subject gives the information related to the flight recorder markings.

A. Flight Recorder Markings

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

(Ref. Fig. 001)

R **ON A/C 101-101,

(Ref. Fig. 001A)

R **ON A/C 102-102,

(Ref. Fig. 001B)

R **ON A/C 103-199, 902-999,

R (Ref. Fig. 001C)



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Flight Recorder Markings
Figure 001


R

EFF :

001-012, 014-099, 901-901,  11-21-31

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Flight Recorder Markings
Figure 001A


R

EFF :

101-101,  11-21-31

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R Flight Recorder Markings
R Figure 001B


R

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102-102,  11-21-31

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Flight Recorder Markings
R Figure 001C



EFF :

103-199, 902-999,  11-21-31

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LANDING GEAR - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
________________________________________

1. _______
General
This subjet provides information related to the markings on the landing gear
doors.

A. DOOR GROUND OPENING/CAUTION WHEN CLOSING Markings on the Nose Gear Leg
Door

R **ON A/C 001-012, 014-099, 101-102, 901-901,

(Ref. Fig. 001)

R **ON A/C 103-199, 902-999,

R (Ref. Fig. 001A)



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Markings on the Nose Gear Leg Door
Figure 001


R

EFF :

001-012, 014-099, 101-102, 901-901,  11-21-32

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R Markings on the Nose Gear Leg Door
R Figure 001A



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103-199, 902-999,  11-21-32

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NAVIGATION - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
______________________________________

1. _______
General
This topic gives the information related to the navigation markings on the
fuselage.

A. Markings of the Static Ports

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

(Ref. Fig. 001)

R **ON A/C 101-103, 901-901,

(Ref. Fig. 001A)

R **ON A/C 104-199,

(Ref. Fig. 001B)

R **ON A/C 902-999,

R (Ref. Fig. 001C)



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ALL  11-21-34

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R Markings of the Forward and Aft Static Ports
Figure 001



EFF :

001-012, 014-099,  11-21-34

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Markings of the Forward and Aft Static Ports
Figure 001A


R

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101-103, 901-901,  11-21-34

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R Markings of the Forward and Aft Static Ports
R Figure 001B


R

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104-199,  11-21-34

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R Markings of the Forward and Aft Static Ports
R Figure 001C



EFF :

902-999,  11-21-34

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OXYGEN - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
__________________________________

1. _______
General
This subject gives the information related to the oxygen markings on the
fuselage.

A. Markings of the Oxygen Discharge


(Ref. Fig. 001)



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ALL  11-21-35

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R Markings of the Oxygen Discharge
Figure 001



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ALL  11-21-35

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PNEUMATIC - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
_____________________________________

1. _______
General
This subject gives the information related to the markings of the HP ground
connector.

A. Markings of the HP Ground Connection


(Ref. Fig. 001)



EFF :

ALL  11-21-36

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R Markings of the HP Ground Connection
R Figure 001



EFF :

ALL  11-21-36

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Aug 01/07
 
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WATER/WASTE - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
_______________________________________

1. _______
General
This subject gives the information related to the markings of the
water/waste system, on the fuselage.

A. Toilet Service Door

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

(Ref. Fig. 001)

**ON A/C ALL

(Ref. Fig. 002)

B. Markings on the Toilet Service Panel

**ON A/C 001-012, 014-019,

(Ref. Fig. 003)

**ON A/C 020-099,

(Ref. Fig. 003A)

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

(Ref. Fig. 003B)

**ON A/C ALL

C. Markings on the Potable-Water Drain Door


(Ref. Fig. 004)



EFF :

ALL  11-21-38

Page 1
Feb 01/08
R  
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Markings on the Forward Toilet Service Door
Figure 001


R

EFF :

001-012, 014-099,  11-21-38

Page 2
May 01/06
 
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R Markings on the Aft Toilet Service Door
Figure 002



EFF :

ALL  11-21-38

Page 3
Nov 01/04
 
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Markings on the Toilet Service Panels
Figure 003



EFF :

001-012, 014-019,  11-21-38

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Feb 01/96
 
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R Markings on the Toilet Service Panels
R Figure 003A



EFF :

020-099,  11-21-38

Page 5
Nov 01/03
 
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Markings on the Toilet Service Panels
Figure 003B


R

EFF :

101-199, 901-999,  11-21-38

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Feb 01/07
 
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R Markings on the Potable-Water Drain-Panel
Figure 004



EFF :

ALL  11-21-38

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D. Markings on the Potable-Water Service Door
R
(Ref. Fig. 005)

R
E. Markings on the Potable-Water Panel

**ON A/C 020-099,

(Ref. Fig. 006)

**ON A/C ALL

F. Markings on the Potable-Water Drain Panel

**ON A/C 001-012, 014-019,

(Ref. Fig. 007)

**ON A/C ALL

Post SB 38-1015 For A/C 001-012,014-019,

(Ref. Fig. 007A)

**ON A/C ALL

G. Markings on the Potable-Water Service Panel

**ON A/C 001-012, 014-019,

(Ref. Fig. 008)

**ON A/C 020-099, 901-999,

(Ref. Fig. 008A)

**ON A/C 101-199,

(Ref. Fig. 008B)


R

EFF :

ALL  11-21-38

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Markings on the Potable-Water Service-Panel
Figure 005



EFF :

ALL  11-21-38

Page 9
Feb 01/08
R  
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R Markings on the Potable-Water Panel
R Figure 006



EFF :

020-099,  11-21-38

Page 10
May 01/07
 
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Markings on the Potable-Water Drain Panel
Figure 007


R

EFF :

001-012, 014-019,  11-21-38

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May 01/06
 
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R Markings on the Potable-Water Drain Panel
R Figure 007A



EFF :

ALL  11-21-38

Page 12
Nov 01/06
 
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Markings on the Potable-Water Service Panel
Figure 008


R

EFF :

001-012, 014-019,  11-21-38

Page 13
May 01/06
 
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Markings on the Potable-Water Service Panel
Figure 008A


R

EFF :

020-099, 901-999,  11-21-38

Page 14
Feb 01/07
 
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R Markings on the Potable-Water Service Panel
R Figure 008B


R

EFF :

101-199,  11-21-38

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**ON A/C 020-099,

H. Markings on the Potable-Water Panel


(Ref. Fig. 009)

R **ON A/C 102-102,

R J. Marking of the Water Drain Valve and Cavity Drain


R (Ref. Fig. 010)


R

EFF :

020-099, 102-102,  11-21-38

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Feb 01/08
 
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Markings on the Potable-Water Panel
Figure 009



EFF :

020-099,  11-21-38

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Feb 01/07
 
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R Marking of the Water Drain Valve and Cavity Drain
R Figure 010 (SHEET 1)



EFF :

102-102,  11-21-38

Page 18
Feb 01/08
 
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R Marking of the Water Drain Valve and Cavity Drain
R Figure 010 (SHEET 2)



EFF :

102-102,  11-21-38

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Feb 01/08
 
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AIRBORNE AUXILIARY POWER - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
____________________________________________________

1. _______
General
This subject gives the information related to the APU markings on the
fuselage.

A. Markings of the APU Air Intake


(Ref. Fig. 001)



EFF :

001-012, 014-019,  11-21-49

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R Markings on the APU Air Intake
Figure 001



EFF :

001-012, 014-019,  11-21-49

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DOORS - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
_________________________________

1. General
_______

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

This subject gives the information related to the stencils and markings on:
- the passenger/crew doors
- the emergency exits
- the forward and aft cargo compartment doors
- the avionics compartment door 812
- the avionics compartment doors 811, 822 and 824
- the lower access door

**ON A/C 101-199,

This subject gives the information related to the stencils and markings on:
- the passenger/crew doors
- the emergency exits
- the forward and aft cargo compartment doors
- the avionics compartment door 812
- the avionics compartment doors 811, 822 and 824
- the lower access door
- the bulk cargo-compartment door

**ON A/C ALL

A. Passenger/Crew Door

**ON A/C 001-012, 014-099, 902-999,

(Ref. Fig. 001)

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

(Ref. Fig. 001A)

R **ON A/C 102-199,

(Ref. Fig. 001B)



EFF :

ALL  11-21-52

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Aug 01/07
 
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R Markings on the Passenger/Crew Doors
Figure 001 (SHEET 1)



EFF :

001-012, 014-099, 902-999,  11-21-52

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R Markings on the Passenger/Crew Doors
Figure 001 (SHEET 2)



EFF :

001-012, 014-099, 902-999,  11-21-52

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Nov 01/07
 
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Markings on the Passengers/Crew Doors
R Figure 001A (SHEET 1)


R

EFF :

101-101, 901-901,  11-21-52

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Aug 01/07
 
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Markings on the Passengers/Crew Doors
R Figure 001A (SHEET 2)


R

EFF :

101-101, 901-901,  11-21-52

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Aug 01/07
 
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Markings on the Passengers/Crew Doors
R Figure 001A (SHEET 3)


R

EFF :

101-101, 901-901,  11-21-52

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Aug 01/07
 
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Markings on the Passengers/Crew Doors
R Figure 001A (SHEET 4)


R

EFF :

101-101, 901-901,  11-21-52

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Aug 01/07
 
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Markings on the Passengers/Crew Doors
R Figure 001A (SHEET 5)


R

EFF :

101-101, 901-901,  11-21-52

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INTENTIONALLY BLANK


R



 11-21-52

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Aug 01/07
 
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Markings on the Passenger/Crew Doors
R Figure 001B (SHEET 1)


R

EFF :

102-199,  11-21-52

Page 10
Aug 01/07
 
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Markings on the Passenger/Crew Doors
R Figure 001B (SHEET 2)


R

EFF :

102-199,  11-21-52

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**ON A/C ALL

B. Emergency Exits

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

(Ref. Fig. 002)

**ON A/C 101-101,

(Ref. Fig. 002A)

**ON A/C 102-102,

(Ref. Fig. 002B)

**ON A/C 103-199,

(Ref. Fig. 002C)

**ON A/C ALL

C. Forward and Aft Cargo Compartment Doors

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

(Ref. Fig. 003)

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

(Ref. Fig. 003A)

R **ON A/C 102-102,

(Ref. Fig. 003B)



EFF :

ALL  11-21-52

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R Markings on the Emergency Exits
Figure 002


R

EFF :

001-012, 014-099, 901-999,  11-21-52

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Aug 01/07
 
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R Markings on the Emergency Exits
R Figure 002A (SHEET 1)


R

EFF :

101-101,  11-21-52

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Aug 01/07
 
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R Markings on the Emergency Exits
R Figure 002A (SHEET 2)


R

EFF :

101-101,  11-21-52

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Aug 01/07
 
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R Markings on the Emergency Exits
R Figure 002A (SHEET 3)


R

EFF :

101-101,  11-21-52

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Aug 01/07
 
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R Markings on the Emergency Exits
R Figure 002A (SHEET 4)


R

EFF :

101-101,  11-21-52

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Aug 01/07
 
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R Markings on the Emergency Exits
R Figure 002B (SHEET 1)



EFF :

102-102,  11-21-52

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Feb 01/08
 
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R Markings on the Emergency Exits
R Figure 002B (SHEET 2)



EFF :

102-102,  11-21-52

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Feb 01/08
 
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R Markings on the Emergency Exits
R Figure 002B (SHEET 3)



EFF :

102-102,  11-21-52

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Feb 01/08
 
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R Markings on the Emergency Exits
R Figure 002B (SHEET 4)



EFF :

102-102,  11-21-52

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Feb 01/08
 
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R Markings on the Emergency Exits
R Figure 002C (SHEET 1)


R

EFF :

103-199,  11-21-52

Page 22
Nov 01/07
 
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R Markings on the Emergency Exits
R Figure 002C (SHEET 2)


R

EFF :

103-199,  11-21-52

Page 23
Nov 01/07
 
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R Markings on the Emergency Exits
R Figure 002C (SHEET 3)


R

EFF :

103-199,  11-21-52

Page 24
Nov 01/07
 
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R Markings on the Emergency Exits
R Figure 002C (SHEET 4)


R

EFF :

103-199,  11-21-52

Page 25
Nov 01/07
 
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Markings on the Forward and Aft Cargo Compartment Doors
Figure 003 (SHEET 1)


R

EFF :

001-012, 014-099,  11-21-52

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Nov 01/07
 
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Markings on the Forward and Aft Cargo Compartment Doors
Figure 003 (SHEET 2)


R

EFF :

001-012, 014-099,  11-21-52

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Nov 01/07
 
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Markings on the Forward and Aft Cargo Compartment Doors
Figure 003 (SHEET 3)


R

EFF :

001-012, 014-099,  11-21-52

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INTENTIONALLY BLANK


R



 11-21-52

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Nov 01/07
 
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Markings on the Forward and Aft Cargo Compartment Doors
Figure 003A (SHEET 1)


R

EFF :

101-101, 901-901,  11-21-52

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Feb 01/08
 
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Markings on the Forward and Aft Cargo Compartment Doors
Figure 003A (SHEET 2)


R

EFF :

101-101, 901-901,  11-21-52

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Feb 01/08
 
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Markings on the Forward and Aft Cargo Compartment Doors
Figure 003A (SHEET 3)


R

EFF :

101-101, 901-901,  11-21-52

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INTENTIONALLY BLANK


R



 11-21-52

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Nov 01/07
 
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R Markings on the Forward and Aft Cargo Compartment Doors
R Figure 003B (SHEET 1)


R

EFF :

102-102,  11-21-52

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Feb 01/08
 
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R Markings on the Forward and Aft Cargo Compartment Doors
R Figure 003B (SHEET 2)


R

EFF :

102-102,  11-21-52

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Feb 01/08
 
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R Markings on the Forward and Aft Cargo Compartment Doors
R Figure 003B (SHEET 3)


R

EFF :

102-102,  11-21-52

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R **ON A/C 103-103,

(Ref. Fig. 003C)

R **ON A/C 104-199, 902-999,

R (Ref. Fig. 003D)

**ON A/C ALL

D. Avionics Compartment Door 812


(Ref. Fig. 004)

E. Cargo Door Control-Panel


(Ref. Fig. 005)

F. Avionics Compartment Doors 811, 822, 824


(Ref. Fig. 006, 007, 008)

G. Lower Access Door


(Ref. Fig. 009)

**ON A/C 101-199,

H. Bulk Cargo-Compartment Door


(Ref. Fig. 010)

**ON A/C ALL

J. Markings Inside the Main Landing Gear Doors


(Ref. Fig. 011)



EFF :

ALL  11-21-52

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Markings on the Forward and Aft Cargo Compartment Doors
R Figure 003C (SHEET 1)


R

EFF :

103-103,  11-21-52

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Feb 01/08
 
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Markings on the Forward and Aft Cargo Compartment Doors
R Figure 003C (SHEET 2)


R

EFF :

103-103,  11-21-52

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Feb 01/08
 
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Markings on the Forward and Aft Cargo Compartment Doors
R Figure 003C (SHEET 3)


R

EFF :

103-103,  11-21-52

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Feb 01/08
 
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INTENTIONALLY BLANK


R



 11-21-52

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Feb 01/08
 
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Markings on the Forward and Aft Cargo Compartment Doors
R Figure 003D (SHEET 1)


R

EFF :

104-199, 902-999,  11-21-52

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Feb 01/08
 
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Markings on the Forward and Aft Cargo Compartment Doors
R Figure 003D (SHEET 2)


R

EFF :

104-199, 902-999,  11-21-52

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Feb 01/08
 
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Markings on the Forward and Aft Cargo Compartment Doors
R Figure 003D (SHEET 3)


R

EFF :

104-199, 902-999,  11-21-52

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Feb 01/08
 
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Markings on the Avionics Compartment Door 812
Figure 004



EFF :

ALL  11-21-52

Page 45
Feb 01/08
R  
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Markings on the Cargo Door Control-Panel
Figure 005



EFF :

ALL  11-21-52

Page 46
Feb 01/08
R  
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Markings on the Avionics Compartment Door 811
Figure 006


R

EFF :

ALL  11-21-52

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Feb 01/08
 
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Markings on the Avionics Compartment Door 822
Figure 007


R

EFF :

ALL  11-21-52

Page 48
Feb 01/08
 
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Markings on the Avionics Compartment Door 824
Figure 008


R

EFF :

ALL  11-21-52

Page 49
Feb 01/08
 
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Markings on the Lower Access Door
Figure 009



EFF :

ALL  11-21-52

Page 50
Feb 01/08
R  
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INTENTIONALLY BLANK


R



 11-21-52

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Feb 01/08
 
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Markings on the Bulk Cargo-Compartment Door
Figure 010 (SHEET 1)



EFF :

101-199,  11-21-52

Page 52
Feb 01/08
 
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Markings on the Bulk Cargo-Compartment Door
Figure 010 (SHEET 2)



EFF :

101-199,  11-21-52

Page 53
Feb 01/08
 
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Markings Inside the Main Landing Gear Doors
Figure 011 (SHEET 1)



EFF :

ALL  11-21-52

Page 54
Feb 01/08
 
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Markings Inside the Main Landing Gear Doors
Figure 011 (SHEET 2)



EFF :

ALL  11-21-52

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FUSELAGE - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
____________________________________

1. _______
General
This subject gives the information related to the markings on the fuselage
of the aircraft.

A. Markings on the Fuselage - Maintenance


(Ref. Fig. 001)

**ON A/C 101-199, 902-999,

B. Markings on the Fuselage - Breaking Points

R **ON A/C 104-199,

(Ref. Fig. 002)

R **ON A/C 902-999,

R (Ref. Fig. 002A)



EFF :

ALL  11-21-53

Page 1
Feb 01/08
 
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R Markings on the Fuselage - Maintenance
Figure 001



EFF :

ALL  11-21-53

Page 2
May 01/07
 
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R Markings on the Fuselage - Breakings Points
R Figure 002


R

EFF :

104-199,  11-21-53

Page 3
Feb 01/08
 
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Markings on the Fuselage - Breakings Points
R Figure 002A



EFF :

902-999,  11-21-53

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Feb 01/08
 
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MAIN AND NOSE LANDING GEAR - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
______________________________________________________

1. _______
General
This section gives the information related to the markings and placards on
the main and nose landing gear.



EFF :

ALL  11-22-00

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Feb 01/96
 
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LANDING GEAR - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
________________________________________

1. _______
General
This subject gives the information related to the markings on the landing
gear.

A. Location of the tire inflating pressure placard on the main landing gear

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

(Ref. Fig. 001)

**ON A/C 101-199,

(Ref. Fig. 001A)

R **ON A/C 901-999,

R (Ref. Fig. 001B)

**ON A/C ALL

B. Identification labels of the tire inflating pressure, aircraft on wheels,


on the nose landing gear.

**ON A/C 001-012, 014-016, 023-099,

(Ref. Fig. 002)

**ON A/C 017-022,

(Ref. Fig. 002A)

**ON A/C 101-199,

(Ref. Fig. 002B)



EFF :

ALL  11-22-32

Page 1
Feb 01/07
 
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Tire Inflating Pressure Placard on the Main Landing Gear
Figure 001


R

EFF :

001-012, 014-099,  11-22-32

Page 2
May 01/06
 
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R Tire Inflating Pressure Placard on the Main Landing Gear
R Figure 001A



EFF :

101-199,  11-22-32

Page 3
Feb 01/07
 
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Tire Inflating Pressure Placard on the Main Landing Gear
R Figure 001B


R

EFF :

901-999,  11-22-32

Page 4
Feb 01/07
 
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Identification Labels - Tire Inflating Pressure with Aircraft on Wheels
Nose Landing Gear
Figure 002



R EFF :

001-012, 014-016, 023-099, 

11-22-32 Page 5
Feb 01/07
 
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Identification Labels - Tire Inflating Pressure with Aircraft on Wheels
Nose Landing Gear
Figure 002A



R EFF :

017-022, 

11-22-32 Page 6
Feb 01/07
 
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R Identification Labels - tire Inflating Pressure with Aircraft on Wheels
R Nose Landing Gear
R Figure 002B



R EFF :

101-199, 

11-22-32 Page 7
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R **ON A/C 901-999,

R (Ref. Fig. 002C)

**ON A/C ALL

C. Identification labels of the tire inflating pressure, aircraft on wheels,


on the main landing gear.

**ON A/C 001-012, 014-016, 023-099,

(Ref. Fig. 003)

**ON A/C 017-022,

(Ref. Fig. 003A)

**ON A/C 101-199,

(Ref. Fig. 003B)

R **ON A/C 901-999,

R (Ref. Fig. 003C)

**ON A/C ALL

D. Location of the Grounding Point on the Nose Landing Gear.


(Ref. Fig. 004)

E. Location of the Grounding Point on the Main Landing Gear.

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

(Ref. Fig. 005)


R

EFF :

ALL  11-22-32

Page 8
Feb 01/07
 
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Identification Labels - tire Inflating Pressure with Aircraft on Wheels
Nose Landing Gear
R Figure 002C



R EFF :

901-999, 

11-22-32 Page 9
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Identification Labels - Tire Inflating Pressure with Aircraft on Wheels
Main Landing Gear
Figure 003



R EFF :

001-012, 014-016, 023-099, 

11-22-32 Page 10
Feb 01/07
 
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Identification Labels - Tire Inflating Pressure with Aircraft on Wheels
Main Landing Gear
Figure 003A



R EFF :

017-022, 

11-22-32 Page 11
Feb 01/07
 
IAC 
R Identification Labels - Tire Inflating Pressure with Aircraft on Wheels
R Main Landing Gear
R Figure 003B



R EFF :

101-199, 

11-22-32 Page 12
Feb 01/07
 
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Identification Labels - Tire Inflating Pressure with Aircraft on Wheels
Main Landing Gear
R Figure 003C



R EFF :

901-999, 

11-22-32 Page 13
Feb 01/07
 
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Location of the Grounding Point on the Nose Landing Gear
Figure 004



EFF :

ALL  11-22-32

Page 14
Feb 01/07
 
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Location of the Grounding Point on the Main Landing Gear
Figure 005



EFF :

001-012, 014-099,  11-22-32

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Feb 01/07
 
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R **ON A/C 101-199, 901-999,

(Ref. Fig. 005A)



EFF :

101-199, 901-999,  11-22-32

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Feb 01/07
 
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Location of the Grounding Point on the Main Landing Gear
Figure 005A



EFF :

101-199, 901-999,  11-22-32

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Feb 01/07
 
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WINGS - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
_________________________________

1. _______
General
This section gives the information related to the markings and placards on
the wings.



EFF :

ALL  11-23-00

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Feb 01/96
 
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LIFTING AND SHORING - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
_______________________________________________

1. _______
General
This subject gives the information related to the markings of the jacking
points under the wings.

A. Markings of Jacking Points under the Wings


(Ref. Fig. 001)



EFF :

ALL  11-23-07

Page 1
Feb 01/96
 
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R Markings of the Jacking Points
Figure 001



EFF :

ALL  11-23-07

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May 01/02
 
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FLIGHT CONTROLS - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
___________________________________________

1. _______
General
This subject gives the information related to the markings of the flight
controls on the wings.

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

A. Markings for Flap Rigging


(Ref. Fig. 001, 002, 003, 004, 005)

**ON A/C ALL

B. Markings of the Hoisting Points


(Ref. Fig. 006)

C. Flap/slat travel Markings

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

(Ref. Fig. 007)

**ON A/C 101-199,

(Ref. Fig. 007A)

R **ON A/C 901-999,

R (Ref. Fig. 007B)

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

(Ref. Fig. 008)

R **ON A/C 101-199,

(Ref. Fig. 008A)



EFF :

ALL  11-23-27

Page 1
Feb 01/07
 
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Markings for Flap Rigging of the Tracks 2, 3 and 4
Figure 001


R

EFF :

001-012, 014-099,  11-23-27

Page 2
May 01/06
 
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Markings for Flap Rigging of the Track 1
Figure 002


R

EFF :

001-012, 014-099,  11-23-27

Page 3
May 01/06
 
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Markings for Flap Rigging of the Track 2
Figure 003


R

EFF :

001-012, 014-099,  11-23-27

Page 4
May 01/06
 
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Markings for Flap Rigging of the Track 3
Figure 004


R

EFF :

001-012, 014-099,  11-23-27

Page 5
May 01/06
 
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Markings for Flap Rigging of the Track 4
Figure 005


R

EFF :

001-012, 014-099,  11-23-27

Page 6
May 01/06
 
IAC 
R Markings of the Hoisting Points
Figure 006



EFF :

ALL  11-23-27

Page 7
May 01/02
 
IAC 
Markings of the Flap Extension Angle
Figure 007


R

EFF :

001-012, 014-099,  11-23-27

Page 8
May 01/06
 
IAC 
R Markings of the Flap Extension Angle
R Figure 007A



EFF :

101-199,  11-23-27

Page 9
Feb 01/07
 
IAC 
Markings of the Flap Extension Angle
R Figure 007B


R

EFF :

901-999,  11-23-27

Page 10
Feb 01/07
 
IAC 
Markings of the Slat Extension Angle
Figure 008


R

EFF :

001-012, 014-099,  11-23-27

Page 11
Feb 01/07
 
IAC 
R Markings of the Slat Extension Angle
R Figure 008A


R

EFF :

101-199,  11-23-27

Page 12
Feb 01/07
 
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R **ON A/C 901-999,

R (Ref. Fig. 008B)

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

D. Markings on the Trailing Edge Panels No 8 and No 11


(Ref. Fig. 009)

**ON A/C ALL

E. Markings of turnbutton on cover inspection.

**ON A/C 001-012, 014-019,

(Ref. Fig. 010)

R **ON A/C 020-099, 101-199, 901-999,

(Ref. Fig. 010A)

**ON A/C 001-012, 014-019,

(Ref. Fig. 011)

R **ON A/C 020-099, 101-199, 901-999,

(Ref. Fig. 011A)

R **ON A/C 001-012, 014-021, 030-099, 101-199, 901-999,

Post SB 27-1119 For A/C 001-012,014-021,

Marking on the Flap Track

**ON A/C 030-099,

(Ref. Fig. 012)



EFF :

ALL  11-23-27

Page 13
Feb 01/07
 
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Markings of the Slat Extension Angle
R Figure 008B


R

EFF :

901-999,  11-23-27

Page 14
Feb 01/07
 
IAC 
Markings of Nitrogen Charge Pressure on Trailing Edge
Figure 009


R

EFF :

001-012, 014-099,  11-23-27

Page 15
Feb 01/07
 
IAC 
Marking on Cover Inspection - RH Wing
Figure 010



EFF :

001-012, 014-019,  11-23-27

Page 16
Feb 01/07
R  
IAC 
Marking on Cover Inspection - RH Wing
Figure 010A


R

EFF :

020-099, 101-199, 901-999,  11-23-27

Page 17
Feb 01/07
 
IAC 
Marking on Cover Inspection - LH Wing
Figure 011


R

EFF :

001-012, 014-019,  11-23-27

Page 18
Feb 01/07
 
IAC 
Marking on Cover Inspection - LH Wing
Figure 011A


R

EFF :

020-099, 101-199, 901-999,  11-23-27

Page 19
Feb 01/07
 
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Marking on Flap Track 3
Figure 012



EFF :

030-099,  11-23-27

Page 20
Feb 01/07
 
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R **ON A/C 101-199,

(Ref. Fig. 012A)

R **ON A/C 001-012, 014-021, 901-999,

R Post SB 27-1119 For A/C 001-012,014-021,

R (Ref. Fig. 012B)



EFF :

001-012, 014-021, 101-199, 901-999,  11-23-27

Page 21
Feb 01/07
 
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R Marking on Flap Track 3
R Figure 012A



EFF :

101-199,  11-23-27

Page 22
Feb 01/07
 
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Marking on Flap Track 3
R Figure 012B



EFF :

001-012, 014-021, 901-999,  11-23-27

Page 23
Feb 01/07
 
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FUEL - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
________________________________

1. _______
General
This subject gives the information related to the fuel markings on the
wings.

A. Gravity Filling Markings on the Wing Upper Surface


(Ref. Fig. 001)

B. Markings on the Lower Surface of the Left Wing

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

(Ref. Fig. 002)

**ON A/C 101-199,

(Ref. Fig. 002A)

**ON A/C ALL

C. Markings on the Lower Surface of the Right Wing

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

(Ref. Fig. 003)

R **ON A/C 101-101, 103-199,

(Ref. Fig. 003A)

R **ON A/C 102-102,

R (Ref. Fig. 003B)



EFF :

ALL  11-23-28

Page 1
Feb 01/08
 
IAC 
R Markings on the Wing Upper Surface
Figure 001



EFF :

ALL  11-23-28

Page 2
May 01/07
 
IAC 
R Markings on the Wing Lower Surface (Left Wing)
Figure 002



EFF :

001-012, 014-099, 901-999,  11-23-28

Page 3
May 01/07
 
IAC 
R Markings on the Wing Lower Surface (Left Wing)
R Figure 002A


R

EFF :

101-199,  11-23-28

Page 4
Feb 01/07
 
IAC 
R Markings on the Wing Lower Surface (Right Wing)
Figure 003



EFF :

001-012, 014-099, 901-999,  11-23-28

Page 5
May 01/08
 
IAC 
Markings on the Wing Lower Surface (Right Wing)
Figure 003A


R

EFF :

101-101, 103-199,  11-23-28

Page 6
Feb 01/08
 
IAC 
R Markings on the Wing Lower Surface (Right Wing)
R Figure 003B



EFF :

102-102,  11-23-28

Page 7
Feb 01/08
 
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WINGS - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
_________________________________

1. _______
General
R This subject gives the information related to the markings on the wings.

A. Markings on the wing upper surface

**ON A/C 001-012, 014-099, 101-101, 103-103, 901-999,

(Ref. Fig. 001)

**ON A/C 102-102,

(Ref. Fig. 001A)

**ON A/C 104-199,

(Ref. Fig. 001B)

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

(Ref. Fig. 002)

**ON A/C 901-999,

(Ref. Fig. 002A)

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

B. Markings on the cabin escape facilities


(Ref. Fig. 003)



EFF :

ALL  11-23-57

Page 1
May 01/08
 
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DO NOT WALK OUTSIDE THIS AREA Markings on the Wings
Figure 001


R

EFF :
901-999,
001-012, 014-099, 101-101, 103-103,  11-23-57

Page 2
Feb 01/08
 
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R DO NOT WALK OUTSIDE THIS AREA Markings on the Wings
R Figure 001A


R

EFF :

102-102,  11-23-57

Page 3
Feb 01/08
 
IAC 
R DO NOT WALK OUTSIDE THIS AREA Markings on the Wings
R Figure 001B


R

EFF :

104-199,  11-23-57

Page 4
Feb 01/08
 
IAC 
R Markings of the Escape Area
Figure 002



EFF :

001-012, 014-099,  11-23-57

Page 5
May 01/08
 
IAC 
R Markings of the Escape Area
Figure 002A



EFF :

901-999,  11-23-57

Page 6
May 01/08
 
IAC 
Markings of the Escape Rope Bracket
Figure 003



EFF :

001-012, 014-099, 901-999,  11-23-57

Page 7
Feb 01/08
 
IAC 
PYLONS AND COWL DOORS - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
_________________________________________________

1. _______
General
This section gives the information related to the markings and placards on
the pylons and cowl doors.



EFF :

ALL  11-24-00

Page 1
Feb 01/96
 
IAC 
FIRE PROTECTION - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
___________________________________________

1. _______
General
This subject gives the information related to the fire protection markings
on the pylons.

A. EXTINGUISHER Markings on the Pylons


(Ref. Fig. 001, 002)



EFF :

ALL  11-24-26

Page 1
Feb 01/96
 
IAC 
R EXTINGUISHER Markings on the Pylons
Figure 001



EFF :

ALL  11-24-26

Page 2
May 01/07
 
IAC 
R EXTINGUISHER Markings on the Pylons
Figure 002



EFF :

ALL  11-24-26

Page 3
Aug 01/07
 
IAC 
POWER PLANT - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
_______________________________________

1. _______
General
Stencils and markings are applied to the inside and outside of the nacelle
cowling.
They give operation and safety instructions and identify parts and
locations.

2. Description
___________

A. The stencils and the markings are applied with epoxy paint and coated
R with clear polyurethane (Refer to SRM 512311, P.Block 001).

B. The markings in high temperature areas are applied with stencil ink.

C. The letters are in gothic style and the space between lines is the same
as the letter height.

3. ________________
Item Description

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

A. Air Intake Cowl Markings and Placards.


(Ref. Fig. 001, 002)

B. Fan Cowl and Thrust Reverser Markings and Placards.


(Ref. Fig. 003, 004, 005)

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

A. Air Intake Cowl Markings and Placards.


(Ref. Fig. 001A, 002A)

NOTE : Refer to markings and placards legend,


____
(Ref. Fig. 006)
for marking content, location and letter height.

B. Fan Cowl and Thrust Reverser Markings and Placards.


(Ref. Fig. 003A, 004A, 007)

NOTE : Refer to markings and placards legend,


____
(Ref. Fig. 006)
for marking content, location and letter height.



EFF :

ALL  11-24-71

Page 1
May 01/07
 
IAC 
Markings on Engine Air Intake - L Side
Figure 001


R

EFF :

001-012, 014-099,  11-24-71

Page 2
May 01/06
 
IAC 
R Markings on Engine Air Intake - L Side
Figure 001A



EFF :

101-199, 901-999,  11-24-71

Page 3
Feb 01/08
 
IAC 
Markings on Engine Air Intake - R Side
Figure 002


R

EFF :

001-012, 014-099,  11-24-71

Page 4
May 01/06
 
IAC 
R Markings on Engine Air Intake - R Side
Figure 002A



EFF :

101-199, 901-999,  11-24-71

Page 5
Feb 01/08
 
IAC 
Markings on Fan Cowl and Thrust Reverser - L Side
Figure 003


R

EFF :

001-012, 014-099,  11-24-71

Page 6
May 01/06
 
IAC 
R Markings on Fan Cowl and Thrust Reverser - L Side
Figure 003A



EFF :

101-199, 901-999,  11-24-71

Page 7
Feb 01/08
 
IAC 
Markings on Fan Cowl and Thrust Reverser - R Side
Figure 004


R

EFF :

001-012, 014-099,  11-24-71

Page 8
May 01/06
 
IAC 
R Markings on Fan Cowl and Thrust Reverser - R Side
Figure 004A



EFF :

101-199, 901-999,  11-24-71

Page 9
Feb 01/08
 
IAC 
R Markings on Nacelle R Side
Figure 005



EFF :

001-012, 014-099,  11-24-71

Page 10
Feb 01/08
 
IAC 
INTENTIONALLY BLANK





 11-24-71

Page 11
May 01/06
 
IAC 
Inlet Cowl, Thrust Reverser and Fan Cowl Markings Legend
Figure 006 (SHEET 1)


R

EFF :

101-199, 901-999,  11-24-71

Page 12
Feb 01/07
 
IAC 
Inlet Cowl, Thrust Reverser and Fan Cowl Markings Legend
Figure 006 (SHEET 2)


R

EFF :

101-199, 901-999,  11-24-71

Page 13
Feb 01/07
 
IAC 
Inlet Cowl, Thrust Reverser and Fan Cowl Markings Legend
Figure 006 (SHEET 3)


R

EFF :

101-199, 901-999,  11-24-71

Page 14
Feb 01/07
 
IAC 
Fan Cowl and Thrust Reverser Markings and Placards
Figure 007


R

EFF :

101-199, 901-999,  11-24-71

Page 15
Feb 01/07
 
IAC 
**ON A/C 001-012, 014-099,

C. Markings of the Fan Cowl Strakes


(Ref. Fig. 008)

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

R D. Markings of the Safe Areas and Distances on the Engine Cowls


R (Ref. Fig. 009, 010)

R **ON A/C 009-010, 012-012, 021-025, 027-099, 101-199, 901-999,

R E. Location of the Engine Leasing Plate

R **ON A/C 009-010, 012-012, 021-025, 027-099,

R (Ref. Fig. 011)

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

R (Ref. Fig. 011A)


R

EFF :

ALL  11-24-71

Page 16
Feb 01/08
 
IAC 
Markings of the Inboard Fan Cowl Strakes
R Figure 008



EFF :

001-012, 014-099,  11-24-71

Page 17
May 01/06
 
IAC 
R Markings of the Safe Areas and Distances - L Side
R Figure 009


R

EFF :

101-199, 901-999,  11-24-71

Page 18
Feb 01/08
 
IAC 
R Markings of the Safe Areas and Distances - R Side
R Figure 010


R

EFF :

101-199, 901-999,  11-24-71

Page 19
Feb 01/08
 
IAC 
Engine Leasing Plate - Location
R Figure 011



EFF :

009-010, 012-012, 021-025, 027-099,  11-24-71

Page 20
Feb 01/08
 
IAC 
Engine Leasing Plate - Location
R Figure 011A



EFF :

101-199, 901-999,  11-24-71

Page 21
Feb 01/08
 
IAC 
STABILIZERS - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
_______________________________________

1. _______
General
This section gives the information related to the markings and placards on
the stabilizers.



EFF :

ALL  11-25-00

Page 1
Feb 01/96
 
IAC 
FLIGHT CONTROLS - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
___________________________________________

1. _______
General
This subject gives the information related to the markings of the flight
controls on the stabilizers.

A. Markings of the Hoisting Points

R **ON A/C 001-012, 014-099, 101-101, 103-103, 901-999,

(Ref. Fig. 001)

R **ON A/C 102-102, 104-199,

R (Ref. Fig. 001A)



EFF :

ALL  11-25-27

Page 1
Feb 01/08
 
IAC 
Markings of the Hoisting Points
Figure 001


R

EFF :
901-999,
001-012, 014-099, 101-101, 103-103,  11-25-27

Page 2
Feb 01/08
 
IAC 
R Markings of the Hoisting Points
R Figure 001A



EFF :

102-102, 104-199,  11-25-27

Page 3
Feb 01/08
 
IAC 
STABILIZERS - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
_______________________________________

1. _______
General
This subject gives the information related to the markings on the
stabilizers.

A. Markings on the Horizontal Stabilizer

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

(Ref. Fig. 001)

R **ON A/C 101-101, 103-199,

(Ref. Fig. 001A)

R **ON A/C 102-102,

R (Ref. Fig. 001B)

**ON A/C ALL

B. Markings of the Hoisting Points


(Ref. Fig. 002)



EFF :

ALL  11-25-55

Page 1
Feb 01/08
 
IAC 
Markings on the Horizontal Stabilizer
Figure 001


R

EFF :

001-012, 014-099, 901-999,  11-25-55

Page 2
Feb 01/07
 
IAC 
Markings on the Horizontal Stabilizer
Figure 001A


R

EFF :

101-101, 103-199,  11-25-55

Page 3
Feb 01/08
 
IAC 
R Markings on the Horizontal Stabilizer
R Figure 001B


R

EFF :

102-102,  11-25-55

Page 4
Feb 01/08
 
IAC 
Markings of the Hoisting Points
Figure 002



EFF :

ALL  11-25-55

Page 5
Feb 01/08
 
IAC 
COCKPIT - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
___________________________________

1. _______
General
This section gives the information related to the markings and placards in
the cockpit.
To make use of this section easier, the two last digits of the ATA reference
of each subject identifies the related system.



EFF :

ALL  11-31-00

Page 1
Feb 01/96
 
IAC 
AIR CONDITIONING - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
____________________________________________

1. _______
General
This subject gives the information related to the air conditioning system
markings in the cockpit.

A. Markings of the Air Conditioning System


(Ref. Fig. 001)



EFF :

ALL  11-31-21

Page 1
Feb 01/96
 
IAC 
R Air Conditioning System Markings in the Cockpit
Figure 001



EFF :

ALL  11-31-21

Page 2
May 01/05
 
IAC 
COMMUNICATIONS - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
__________________________________________

1. _______
General
This subject gives the information related to communications markings in
the cockpit.

A. Hand Mic, Headset and Boomset Markings


(Ref. Fig. 001)

B. Placard Registration Selcal Code Marking

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

(Ref. Fig. 002)

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

(Ref. Fig. 002A)



EFF :

ALL  11-31-23

Page 1
Feb 01/07
 
IAC 
Hand Mic, Headset and Boomset Markings
Figure 001



EFF :

ALL  11-31-23

Page 2
Feb 01/96
 
IAC 
Placard Registration Selcal Code Marking
Figure 002


R

EFF :

001-012, 014-099,  11-31-23

Page 3
May 01/06
 
IAC 
Placard Registration Selcal Code Marking
Figure 002A


R

EFF :

101-199, 901-999,  11-31-23

Page 4
Feb 01/07
 
IAC 
ELECTRICAL POWER - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
____________________________________________

1. _______
General
This subject gives the information related to the electrical power markings
in the cockpit.

A. Markings of the electrical power

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

(Ref. Fig. 001)

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

(Ref. Fig. 001A, 002)



EFF :

ALL  11-31-24

Page 1
Feb 01/07
 
IAC 
Electrical Power Markings in the Cockpit
Figure 001


R

EFF :

001-012, 014-099,  11-31-24

Page 2
May 01/06
 
IAC 
Electrical Power Markings in the Cockpit
Figure 001A


R

EFF :

101-199, 901-999,  11-31-24

Page 3
Feb 01/07
 
IAC 
Electrical Power Marking on Panels 16VU and 17VU
Figure 002


R

EFF :

101-199, 901-999,  11-31-24

Page 4
Feb 01/07
 
IAC 
EQUIPMENT/FURNISHINGS - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
_________________________________________________

1. _______
General
This subject gives the information related to the markings for
equipment/furnishings in the cockpit.

A. Markings for equipment/furnishings

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

(Ref. Fig. 001)

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

(Ref. Fig. 001A)

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

(Ref. Fig. 002)

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

(Ref. Fig. 002A)

**ON A/C ALL

B. Markings in the Cockpit

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

C. Marking of the Cockpit Door


(Ref. Fig. 003)



EFF :

ALL  11-31-25

Page 1
May 01/08
R  
IAC 
Markings in the Cockpit
Figure 001


R

EFF :

001-012, 014-099,  11-31-25

Page 2
May 01/06
 
IAC 
Markings in the Cockpit
Figure 001A


R

EFF :

101-199, 901-999,  11-31-25

Page 3
Feb 01/07
 
IAC 
Markings in the Cockpit
Figure 002



EFF :

001-012, 014-099,  11-31-25

Page 4
May 01/06
 
IAC 
Markings in the Cockpit
Figure 002A


R

EFF :

101-199, 901-999,  11-31-25

Page 5
Feb 01/07
 
IAC 
Marking on the Cockpit Door
Figure 003


R

EFF :

101-199, 901-999,  11-31-25

Page 6
Feb 01/07
 
IAC 
R **ON A/C 009-010, 012-012, 021-025, 027-099, 101-199, 901-999,

R D. Owner and/or Manufacturer Plates in the Cockpit

R **ON A/C 009-010, 012-012, 021-025, 027-099,

(Ref. Fig. 004)

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

R (Ref. Fig. 004A)


R

E. Disk Stowage Label in the Cockpit


(Ref. Fig. 005)



EFF : 009-010, 012-012, 021-025, 027-099,
101-199, 901-999,
 11-31-25

Page 7
May 01/08
 
IAC 
R Owner and/or Manufacturer Plates in the Cockpit
Figure 004


R

EFF :

009-010, 012-012, 021-025, 027-099,  11-31-25

Page 8
May 01/08
 
IAC 
INTENTIONALLY BLANK


R



 11-31-25

Page 9
May 01/08
 
IAC 
R Owner and/or Manufacturer Plates in the Cockpit
R Figure 004A (SHEET 1)



EFF :

101-199, 901-999,  11-31-25

Page 10
May 01/08
 
IAC 
R Owner and/or Manufacturer Plates in the Cockpit
R Figure 004A (SHEET 2)



EFF :

101-199, 901-999,  11-31-25

Page 11
May 01/08
 
IAC 
Disk Stowage Label in the Cockpit
Figure 005



EFF :

101-199, 901-999,  11-31-25

Page 12
May 01/08
 
IAC 
FIRE PROTECTION - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
___________________________________________

1. _______
General
This subject gives the information related to the fire protection markings
in the cockpit.

A. Fire Extinguisher Markings


(Ref. Fig. 001)



EFF :

ALL  11-31-26

Page 1
Nov 01/04
R  
IAC 
R Fire Extinguisher Markings
Figure 001



EFF :

ALL  11-31-26

Page 2
Nov 01/04
 
IAC 
FLIGHT CONTROLS - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
___________________________________________

1. _______
General
This subject gives the information related to the flight controls markings
in the cockpit.

A. Flight Control Markings

**ON A/C 001-012, 014-016,

(Ref. Fig. 001)

**ON A/C 017-099,

(Ref. Fig. 001A)

**ON A/C 101-199,

(Ref. Fig. 001B)

R **ON A/C 901-999,

R (Ref. Fig. 001C)

R **ON A/C ALL

(Ref. Fig. 002)

B. Speed Limits Markings

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

(Ref. Fig. 003)

**ON A/C 101-199,

(Ref. Fig. 003A)



EFF :

ALL  11-31-27

Page 1
Feb 01/07
 
IAC 
R Flight Controls Markings
Figure 001



EFF :

001-012, 014-016,  11-31-27

Page 2
Nov 01/04
 
IAC 
R Flight Controls Markings
Figure 001A



EFF :

017-099,  11-31-27

Page 3
Nov 01/04
 
IAC 
R Flight Controls Markings
R Figure 001B



EFF :

101-199,  11-31-27

Page 4
Feb 01/07
 
IAC 
Flight Controls Markings
R Figure 001C


R

EFF :

901-999,  11-31-27

Page 5
Feb 01/07
 
IAC 
Flight Controls Markings
Figure 002


R

EFF :

ALL  11-31-27

Page 6
Feb 01/07
 
IAC 
Speed Limits Markings
Figure 003


R

EFF :

001-012, 014-099,  11-31-27

Page 7
Feb 01/07
 
IAC 
R Speed Limits Markings
R Figure 003A


R

EFF :

101-199,  11-31-27

Page 8
Feb 01/07
 
IAC 
R **ON A/C 901-999,

R (Ref. Fig. 003B)

**ON A/C ALL

C. Pedals Markings

R **ON A/C 017-099, 101-199, 901-999,

(Ref. Fig. 004)


R

EFF :

ALL  11-31-27

Page 9
Feb 01/07
 
IAC 
Speed Limits Markings
R Figure 003B



EFF :

901-999,  11-31-27

Page 10
Feb 01/07
 
IAC 
Pedals Markings
Figure 004



EFF :

017-099, 101-199, 901-999,  11-31-27

Page 11
Feb 01/07
 
IAC 
ICE AND RAIN PROTECTION - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
___________________________________________________

1. _______
General
This subject gives the information related to the replacement of the ice and
rain protection systems in the cockpit.

A. Rain-repellent reservoir marking


R (Ref. Fig. 001)



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R Rain-Repellent Reservoir Marking
R Figure 001



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ALL  11-31-30

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May 01/07
 
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INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
________________________________________________________

1. _______
General
This subject gives the information related to the indicating/recording
systems markings in the cockpit.

A. Markings on Panel 49VU and 120VU.


(Ref. Fig. 001)

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

B. MTOW Label on Panel 11VU.


(Ref. Fig. 002)

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

C. INOP Labels on Panels 130VU and 131VU.


(Ref. Fig. 003)
R



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ALL  11-31-31

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R Markings on Panel 49VU and 120VU
Figure 001



EFF :

ALL  11-31-31

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Nov 01/04
 
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MTOW Reversible Placard on Panel 11VU
Figure 002


R

EFF :

001-012, 014-099,  11-31-31

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May 01/06
 
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INOP Labels on Panels 130VU and 131VU
Figure 003


R

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101-199, 901-999,  11-31-31

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LANDING GEAR - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
________________________________________

1. _______
General
This subject gives the information related to the landing gear markings in
the cockpit.

A. Landing Gear Markings


(Ref. Fig. 001)



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ALL  11-31-32

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Landing Gear Markings
Figure 001



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ALL  11-31-32

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NAVIGATION - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
______________________________________

1. _______
General
This subject gives the information related to the navigation markings in the
cockpit.

A. Markings of the Compass Correction Cards

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

(Ref. Fig. 001)

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

(Ref. Fig. 001A)

**ON A/C ALL

B. Markings of the Standby Compass


(Ref. Fig. 002)



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ALL  11-31-34

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R Markings of the Compass Correction Cards
Figure 001



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001-012, 014-099,  11-31-34

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Feb 01/08
 
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Markings of the Compass Correction Cards
Figure 001A


R

EFF :

101-199, 901-999,  11-31-34

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Feb 01/07
 
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Markings of the Standby Compass
Figure 002



EFF :

ALL  11-31-34

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OXYGEN - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
__________________________________

1. _______
General
This subject gives data relating to the oxygen markings in the cockpit.

A. Oxygen Mask Marking


(Ref. Fig. 001)

B. Portable Oxygen

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

(Ref. Fig. 002)

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

(Ref. Fig. 002A)



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ALL  11-31-35

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R Oxygen Mask Marking
Figure 001



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ALL  11-31-35

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Nov 01/04
 
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Portable Oxygen Cylinder Marking
Figure 002


R

EFF :

001-012, 014-099,  11-31-35

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May 01/06
 
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Smoke Hood Marking
Figure 002A


R

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101-199, 901-999,  11-31-35

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CABIN - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
_________________________________

1. _______
General
This section gives information related to the markings and placards in the
cabin.
It is divided into these chapters:
- 11-32-23-00 COMMUNICATIONS
- 11-32-25-00 EQUIPMENT/FURNISHINGS
- 11-32-31-00 INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS
- 11-32-38-00 WATER/WASTE
- 11-32-52-00 DOORS



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ALL  11-32-00

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PLACARDS AND MARKINGS - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
_________________________________________________

1. _______
General
R This subject gives information related to the owner and manufacturer
identifications.

A. Owner and Manufacturer Placards

**ON A/C 001-012, 014-026,

(Ref. Fig. 001)

**ON A/C 027-099,

(Ref. Fig. 001A)

R **ON A/C 101-199, 902-999,

(Ref. Fig. 001B)

R **ON A/C 901-901,

R (Ref. Fig. 001C)



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ALL  11-32-11

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R Owner and Manufacturer Placards.
Figure 001



EFF :

001-012, 014-026,  11-32-11

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Nov 01/04
 
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R Owner and Manufacturer Placards.
Figure 001A



EFF :

027-099,  11-32-11

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R Owner and Manufacturer Placards
Figure 001B



EFF :

101-199, 902-999,  11-32-11

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Feb 01/08
 
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R Owner and Manufacturer Placards
Figure 001C



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901-901,  11-32-11

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COMMUNICATIONS - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
__________________________________________

1. _______
General
This subject gives information related to the markings of the communication
system.

A. Markings of the Communication System.

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

(Ref. Fig. 001)

**ON A/C 101-199,

(Ref. Fig. 001A)

R **ON A/C 901-999,

R (Ref. Fig. 001B)



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ALL  11-32-23

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Markings of the Communication System
Figure 001


R

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001-012, 014-099,  11-32-23

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May 01/06
 
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R Markings of the Communication System
R Figure 001A



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101-199,  11-32-23

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Markings of the Communication System
R Figure 001B



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901-999,  11-32-23

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R INTERIOR PLACARDS - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
_____________________________________________

1. _______
General
This subject gives information related to the markings of the equipment and
furnishing in the cabin.

2. __________________
Component Location

A. Markings of the Cabin Attendant-Seats.

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

(Ref. Fig. 001)

**ON A/C ALL

B. Placards and Markings on the Cockpit door

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

(Ref. Fig. 002)

**ON A/C ALL

C. Markings of the Stowage Compartments and Partitions

D. Markings of the Stowage Compartments and Partitions

**ON A/C 001-012, 014-027,

(Ref. Fig. 003)

**ON A/C 028-099,

(Ref. Fig. 003A)



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ALL  11-32-25

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Markings of the Cabin Attendant Seats
Figure 001 (SHEET 1)


R

EFF :

001-012, 014-099,  11-32-25

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May 01/06
 
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Markings of the Cabin Attendant Seats
Figure 001 (SHEET 2)


R

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001-012, 014-099,  11-32-25

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May 01/06
 
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Placards on Cockpit Door
Figure 002


R

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101-199, 901-999,  11-32-25

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INTENTIONALLY BLANK


R



 11-32-25

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Markings of the Stowage Compartments and Partitions
R Figure 003 (SHEET 1)


R

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001-012, 014-027,  11-32-25

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Markings of the Stowage Compartments and Partitions
R Figure 003 (SHEET 2)


R

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001-012, 014-027,  11-32-25

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Markings of the Stowage Compartments and Partitions
R Figure 003A (SHEET 1)


R

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028-099,  11-32-25

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Markings of the Stowage Compartments and Partitions
R Figure 003A (SHEET 2)


R

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028-099,  11-32-25

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**ON A/C ALL

E. Markings for the Passenger Overhead Stowages

R **ON A/C 001-012, 014-027,

R (Ref. Fig. 004)

R **ON A/C 028-099,

R (Ref. Fig. 004A)

**ON A/C ALL

F. Markings of the Lavatory Units.

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

R (Ref. Fig. 005)

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

R Post SB 25-1236 For A/C 001-012,014-099,

R (Ref. Fig. 005A)

**ON A/C ALL

G. Markings of the Lavatory Waste Chute

H. Markings of the Lavatory Doors.

R **ON A/C 001-012, 014-019,

R (Ref. Fig. 006)

R **ON A/C 020-099,

R (Ref. Fig. 006A)


R

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**ON A/C ALL

J. Markings of the Attendant Call and Reading-Light-Switch Panel.

K. Markings of the Seat Row Numbers

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

(Ref. Fig. 007)

**ON A/C ALL

L. Markings for the Baby Nursing Table in Lavatory A

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

(Ref. Fig. 008)

**ON A/C ALL

M. Markings for the Emergency-Escape-Slide

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

(Ref. Fig. 009)

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

Post SB 52-1067 For A/C 001-012,014-099,

(Ref. Fig. 009A)

**ON A/C ALL

N. Markings for the Ceiling Panel, Z260



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ALL  11-32-25

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Markings of the Passenger-Overhaed-Stowage Compartments
R Figure 004 (SHEET 1)


R

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001-012, 014-027,  11-32-25

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Markings of the Passenger-Overhaed-Stowage Compartments
R Figure 004 (SHEET 2)


R

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001-012, 014-027,  11-32-25

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Markings of the Passenger-Overhead-Stowage Compartment
R Figure 004A (SHEET 1)


R

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028-099,  11-32-25

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Markings of the Passenger-Overhead-Stowage Compartment
R Figure 004A (SHEET 2)


R

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028-099,  11-32-25

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May 01/06
 
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Markings of the Lavatory Units
R Figure 005 (SHEET 1)


R

EFF :

001-012, 014-099,  11-32-25

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May 01/06
 
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Markings of the Lavatory Units
R Figure 005 (SHEET 2)


R

EFF :

001-012, 014-099,  11-32-25

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May 01/06
 
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Markings of the Lavatory Units
R Figure 005A (SHEET 1)


R

EFF :

001-012, 014-099,  11-32-25

Page 18
May 01/06
 
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Markings of the Lavatory Units
R Figure 005A (SHEET 2)


R

EFF :

001-012, 014-099,  11-32-25

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May 01/06
 
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Markings of the Lavatory Doors
R Figure 006 (SHEET 1)


R

EFF :

001-012, 014-019,  11-32-25

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May 01/06
 
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Markings of the Lavatory Doors
R Figure 006 (SHEET 2)


R

EFF :

001-012, 014-019,  11-32-25

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May 01/06
 
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Markings of the Lavatory Doors
R Figure 006A (SHEET 1)


R

EFF :

020-099,  11-32-25

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May 01/06
 
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Markings of the Lavatory Doors
R Figure 006A (SHEET 2)


R

EFF :

020-099,  11-32-25

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May 01/06
 
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Markings of the Attendant Call and Reading-Lihgt-Switch Panel
R Figure 007


R

EFF :

001-012, 014-099,  11-32-25

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May 01/06
 
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Markings for the Baby Nursing Table in Lavatory A
Figure 008


R

EFF :

101-199, 901-999,  11-32-25

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Feb 01/07
 
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Markings for the Emergency Escape Slide, Z160
Figure 009


R

EFF :

101-199, 901-999,  11-32-25

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Markings for the Emergency Escape Slide, Z160
R Figure 009A



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001-012, 014-099,  11-32-25

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May 01/06
 
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Placards at Door of Lavatory A
Figure 010


R

EFF :

001-012, 014-099,  11-32-25

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INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
________________________________________________________

1. _______
General
This subject gives information related to the markings of the indicating and
recording systems in the cabin.

A. Markings of the Sockets.

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

(Ref. Fig. 001)

R **ON A/C 101-199, 902-999,

(Ref. Fig. 001A)

**ON A/C 901-901,

(Ref. Fig. 001B)

**ON A/C ALL

B. Markings of the Panel 2042 VU.


(Ref. Fig. 002)

C. Markings of the Panel 2000 VU.

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

(Ref. Fig. 003)

**ON A/C 101-199,

(Ref. Fig. 003A)



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Markings of the Sockets
Figure 001


R

EFF :

001-012, 014-099,  11-32-31

Page 2
May 01/06
 
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Markings of the Sockets
Figure 001A


R

EFF :

101-199, 902-999,  11-32-31

Page 3
Nov 01/07
 
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Markings of the Sockets
R Figure 001B


R

EFF :

901-901,  11-32-31

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May 01/07
 
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Markings of the Panel 2042 VU
Figure 002


R

EFF :

ALL  11-32-31

Page 5
May 01/07
 
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Markings of the Panel 2000 VU
Figure 003


R

EFF :

001-012, 014-099, 901-999,  11-32-31

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May 01/07
 
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Markings of the Panel 2000 VU
Figure 003A


R

EFF :

101-199,  11-32-31

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**ON A/C ALL

D. Markings of the Panel 2001 VU.

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

(Ref. Fig. 004)

**ON A/C 101-199,

(Ref. Fig. 004A)

**ON A/C ALL

E. Markings of Electrical System in Lavatory A.

**ON A/C 001-012, 014-019, 101-199, 901-999,

(Ref. Fig. 005)

**ON A/C 020-099,

(Ref. Fig. 005A)

**ON A/C ALL

F. Markings of the Electical System in Lavatory D.


(Ref. Fig. 006)

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

G. Markings of the Electrical System in Lavatory E.


(Ref. Fig. 007)



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ALL  11-32-31

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Markings of the Panel 2001 VU
Figure 004


R

EFF :

001-012, 014-099, 901-999,  11-32-31

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May 01/07
 
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Markings of the Panel 2001 VU
Figure 004A


R

EFF :

101-199,  11-32-31

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May 01/07
 
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Markings of the Electrical System in Lavatory A
Figure 005


R

EFF :

001-012, 014-019, 101-199, 901-999,  11-32-31

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May 01/07
 
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Markings of the Electrical System in Lavatory A
Figure 005A


R

EFF :

020-099,  11-32-31

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May 01/07
 
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Markings of the Electrical System in Lavatory D.
Figure 006


R

EFF :

ALL  11-32-31

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May 01/07
 
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Markings of the Electrical System in Lavatory E
Figure 007



EFF :

001-012, 014-099,  11-32-31

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WATER/WASTE - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
_______________________________________

1. _______
General
This subject gives information related to the markings of the water system
on the cabin.

A. Markings of the Water System.

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

(Ref. Fig. 001)

**ON A/C 101-199,

(Ref. Fig. 001A)

R **ON A/C 901-999,

(Ref. Fig. 001B)

**ON A/C ALL

B. Water Depressurization Placard



EFF :

ALL  11-32-38

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Nov 01/07
 
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Markings of the Water System
Figure 001


R

EFF :

001-012, 014-099,  11-32-38

Page 2
May 01/06
 
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R Markings of the Water Sytem
R Figure 001A


R

EFF :

101-199,  11-32-38

Page 3
May 01/07
 
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Markings of the Water Sytem
Figure 001B


R

EFF :

901-999,  11-32-38

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DOORS - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
_________________________________

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

1. _______
General
This subject gives information related to the markings on the doors.

A. Markings of the Passenger/Crew Doors.

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

(Ref. Fig. 001)

**ON A/C 901-901,

(Ref. Fig. 001B)

R **ON A/C 902-999,

R (Ref. Fig. 001C)

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

B. Markings of the Cabin Escape Facilities.

**ON A/C 022-099,

(Ref. Fig. 002)

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

C. Markings of the Emergency Exit Doors.

**ON A/C 001-012, 014-027,

(Ref. Fig. 003)



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ALL  11-32-52

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Nov 01/07
 
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Markings of the Passenger/Crew Doors
Figure 001 (SHEET 1)


R

EFF :

001-012, 014-099,  11-32-52

Page 2
May 01/06
 
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Markings of the Passenger/Crew Doors
Figure 001 (SHEET 2)


R

EFF :

001-012, 014-099,  11-32-52

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May 01/06
 
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R Markings of the Passenger/Crew Doors
R Figure 001A (SHEET 1)


R

EFF :

101-199,  11-32-52

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May 01/07
 
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R Markings of the Passenger/Crew Doors
R Figure 001A (SHEET 2)


R

EFF :

101-199,  11-32-52

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May 01/07
 
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R Markings of the Passenger/Crew Doors
R Figure 001A (SHEET 3)


R

EFF :

101-199,  11-32-52

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May 01/07
 
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INTENTIONALLY BLANK


R



 11-32-52

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Nov 01/06
 
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Markings of the Passenger/Crew Doors
R Figure 001B (SHEET 1)


R

EFF :

901-901,  11-32-52

Page 8
May 01/07
 
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Markings of the Passenger/Crew Doors
R Figure 001B (SHEET 2)


R

EFF :

901-901,  11-32-52

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May 01/07
 
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R Markings of the Passenger/Crew Doors
R Figure 001C (SHEET 1)


R

EFF :

902-999,  11-32-52

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Nov 01/07
 
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R Markings of the Passenger/Crew Doors
R Figure 001C (SHEET 2)


R

EFF :

902-999,  11-32-52

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Nov 01/07
 
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Markings of the Cabin Escape Facilities
Figure 002


R

EFF :

022-099,  11-32-52

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Nov 01/07
 
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INTENTIONALLY BLANK


R



 11-32-52

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Nov 01/07
 
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Markings of the Emergency Exit Doors
Figure 003 (SHEET 1)


R

EFF :

001-012, 014-027,  11-32-52

Page 14
Nov 01/07
 
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Markings of the Emergency Exit Doors
Figure 003 (SHEET 2)


R

EFF :

001-012, 014-027,  11-32-52

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**ON A/C 028-099,

(Ref. Fig. 003A)

R **ON A/C 902-999,

R (Ref. Fig. 003B)

**ON A/C 101-199,

1. _______
General
This subject gives information related to the markings on the doors.

A. Markings of the Passenger/Crew Doors.


(Ref. Fig. 001A)

B. Markings of the Cabin Escape Facilities.

C. Markings of the Exit Doors.


R

EFF :

028-099, 101-199, 902-999,  11-32-52

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Nov 01/07
 
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INTENTIONALLY BLANK


R



 11-32-52

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Nov 01/07
 
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Markings of the Emergency Exit Doors
Figure 003A (SHEET 1)


R

EFF :

028-099,  11-32-52

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Nov 01/07
 
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Markings of the Emergency Exit Doors
Figure 003A (SHEET 2)



EFF :

028-099,  11-32-52

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Nov 01/07
 
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R Markings of the Emergency Exit Doors
R Figure 003B (SHEET 1)



EFF :

902-999,  11-32-52

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Nov 01/07
 
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R Markings of the Emergency Exit Doors
R Figure 003B (SHEET 2)



EFF :

902-999,  11-32-52

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Nov 01/07
 
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Markings of the Slide armed/disarmed Indication
Figure 004



EFF :

ALL  11-32-52

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Nov 01/07
 
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R Markings of the Slide Rafts
Figure 005



EFF :

001-012, 014-099,  11-32-52

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FUSELAGE - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
____________________________________

1. _______
General
This subject gives information related to the markings in the seat tracks.

A. Markings in the Seat Tracks.

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

(Ref. Fig. 001)

**ON A/C 101-199,

(Ref. Fig. 001A)

R **ON A/C 901-999,

R (Ref. Fig. 001B)



EFF :

ALL  11-32-53

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Feb 01/07
 
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Markings in the Seat Tracks
Figure 001


R

EFF :

001-012, 014-099,  11-32-53

Page 2
May 01/06
 
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R Markings in the Seat Tracks
R Figure 001A



EFF :

101-199,  11-32-53

Page 3
Feb 01/07
 
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Markings in the Seat Tracks
R Figure 001B



EFF :

901-999,  11-32-53

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ELECTRICAL POWER - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
____________________________________________

1. _______
General
This subject gives the informations related to the placards and markings of
the electrical power system, in the avionics compartment.

A. Markings on Battery
(Ref. Fig. 001)


R

EFF :

101-199, 901-999,  11-33-24

Page 1
Feb 01/07
 
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Marking on Battery Brackets
Figure 001


R

EFF :

101-199, 901-999,  11-33-24

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Feb 01/07
 
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OXYGEN - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
__________________________________

1. _______
General
This subject provides information related to the oxygen markings in the
avionics compartment.

A. Oxygen Bottle Markings


R
(Ref. Fig. 001)



EFF :

ALL  11-33-35

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Nov 01/04
 
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R Oxygen Bottle Markings
Figure 001



EFF :

ALL  11-33-35

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Nov 01/04
 
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LANDING GEAR - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
________________________________________

1. _______
General
This subject provides information concerning NLG doors markings.

A. Markings in the NLG doors.


(Ref. Fig. 001)


R

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011-012, 014-099, 101-199, 901-999,  11-34-32

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Nose Landing Gear Doors Markings
Figure 001


R

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011-012, 014-099, 101-199, 901-999,  11-34-32

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FWD CARGO COMPARTMENT - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
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1. _______
General
This section gives information related to the markings and placards of the
FWD cargo compartment.
It is divided into these chapters:
- 11-35-25-00 EQUIPMENT/FURNISHINGS
- 11-35-38-00 WATER/WASTE
- 11-35-53-00 FUSELAGE



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ALL  11-35-00

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EQUIPMENT/FURNISHINGS - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
_________________________________________________

1. TITLE
____________________________________
OF GENERATED PARAGRAPH MISSING
This subject gives information related to the markings of the equipment and
furnishing on the FWD cargo compartment.

2. ____________________________________
TITLE OF GENERATED PARAGRAPH MISSING

A. Markings on the Left Sidewall-Lining, Z131

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

(Ref. Fig. 001)

R **ON A/C 901-999,

R (Ref. Fig. 001A)

**ON A/C ALL

B. Markings on the Right Sidewall-Lining, Z132 and the Ceiling Panels

**ON A/C 020-099,

(Ref. Fig. 002)

R **ON A/C 901-999,

R (Ref. Fig. 002A)

**ON A/C ALL

C. Max. Loading Height Markings on the Left Sidewall-Lining, Z131

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

(Ref. Fig. 003)



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ALL  11-35-25

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Markings on the Left Sidewall-Lining, Z131
Figure 001 (SHEET 1)


R

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001-012, 014-099,  11-35-25

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Markings on the Left Sidewall-Lining, Z131
Figure 001 (SHEET 2)


R

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001-012, 014-099,  11-35-25

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R Markings of the Left Sidewall-Lining, Z131
R Figure 001A


R

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901-999,  11-35-25

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Markings on the Right Sidewall-Lining, Z132 and the Ceiling Panels
Figure 002


R

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020-099,  11-35-25

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R Markings on the Right Sidewall-Lining, Z132 and the Ceiling Panels
R Figure 002A


R

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901-999,  11-35-25

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Max. Loading Height Markings on the Left Sidewall-Lining, Z131
Figure 003



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101-199, 901-999,  11-35-25

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**ON A/C ALL

D. Max. Loading Height Markings on the Right Sidewall-Lining, Z132

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

(Ref. Fig. 004)



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ALL  11-35-25

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Max. Load Height Markings on the Right Sidewall-Lining, Z132
Figure 004



EFF :

101-199, 901-999,  11-35-25

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WATER/WASTE - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
_______________________________________

1. _______
General
This subject gives information related to the markings of the potable water
system.

A. Markings of the Potable Water Tank.


(Ref. Fig. 001)


R

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020-099, 901-999,  11-35-38

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Markings of the Potable Water Tank
Figure 001


R

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020-099, 901-999,  11-35-38

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FUSELAGE - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
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1. _______
General
This subject gives information related to the marking on the FWD cargo
compartment.

2. __________________
Component Location

A. Markings of the FWD Cargo Compartment, Z132

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

(Ref. Fig. 001)

R **ON A/C 901-999,

R (Ref. Fig. 001A)



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ALL  11-35-53

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Markings on the FWD Cargo Compartment-Bulkhead, Z132
Figure 001


R

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001-012, 014-099,  11-35-53

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R Markings on the FWD Cargo Compartment-Bulkhead, Z132
R Figure 001A



EFF :

901-999,  11-35-53

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AFT CARGO COMPARTMENT - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
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1. _______
General
This section gives information related to the markings and placards of the
AFT cargo compartment.
It is divided in to these chapters:
- 11-36-25-00 Equipment/Furnishings
- 11-36-53-00 Fuselage



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ALL  11-36-00

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EQUIPMENT/FURNISHINGS - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
_________________________________________________

1. _______
General
This subject gives information related to the markings of the equipment and
furnishings in the AFT cargo compartment.

2. __________________
Component Location

A. Markings on the Left Sidewall-Lining, Z151

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

(Ref. Fig. 001)

R **ON A/C 901-999,

R (Ref. Fig. 001A)

**ON A/C ALL

B. Markings on the Right Sidewall-Lining, Z152

**ON A/C 001-012, 014-019,

(Ref. Fig. 002)

**ON A/C 020-099,

(Ref. Fig. 002A)

R **ON A/C 901-999,

R (Ref. Fig. 002B)

**ON A/C ALL

C. Markings on the Bulk Sidewall-Lining, 161



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ALL  11-36-25

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Markings on the Left Sidewall-Lining, Z151
Figure 001 (SHEET 1)


R

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001-012, 014-099,  11-36-25

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Markings on the Left Sidewall-Lining, Z151
Figure 001 (SHEET 2)


R

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001-012, 014-099,  11-36-25

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R Markings on the Left Sidewall-Lining, Z151
R Figure 001A


R

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901-999,  11-36-25

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Markings on the Right Sidewall-Lining, Z132
Figure 002


R

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001-012, 014-019,  11-36-25

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Markings on the Right Sidewall-Lining, Z132 and the Ceiling Panels
Figure 002A


R

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020-099,  11-36-25

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INTENTIONALLY BLANK


R



 11-36-25

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R Markings on the Right Sidewall-Lining, Z150 and Z160
R Figure 002B (SHEET 1)



EFF :

901-999,  11-36-25

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R Markings on the Right Sidewall-Lining, Z150 and Z160
R Figure 002B (SHEET 2)



EFF :

901-999,  11-36-25

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

D. Max. Loading Height Markings on the Left Sidewall-Lining, Z151


(Ref. Fig. 003)

E. Max. Loading Height Markings on the Right Sidewall-Lining, Z161


(Ref. Fig. 004)



EFF :

101-199, 901-999,  11-36-25

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Max. Loading Height Markings on the Left Sidewall-Lining, Z151
Figure 003



EFF :

101-199, 901-999,  11-36-25

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Max. Loading Height Markings on the Right Sidewall-Lining, Z161
Figure 004



EFF :

101-199, 901-999,  11-36-25

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FUSELAGE - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
____________________________________

1. _______
General
This subject gives information related to the markings on the AFT cargo
compartment.

2. __________________
Component Location

A. Markings of the AFT Cargo Compartment, Z152

R **ON A/C 901-999,

R (Ref. Fig. 001)

R **ON A/C ALL

B. Markings of the Access Radar Altimeter



EFF :

ALL  11-36-53

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R Markings of the AFT Cargo Compartment, Z152
R Figure 001



EFF :

901-999,  11-36-53

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WING, REAR FUSELAGE AND TAIL SECTIONS - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
_________________________________________________________________

1. General
_______

This section gives information related to the markings and placards on the
wing, the rear fuselage and tail sections.
11-37-49 - APU



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ALL  11-37-00

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APU - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
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1. _______
General
(Ref. Fig. 001, 002)
This subject gives information related to the marking on the tail section.



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ALL  11-37-49

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R Marking on the APU Compartment
Figure 001



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ALL  11-37-49

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Markings on the Access Door
Figure 002



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ALL  11-37-49

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R INTERIOR PLACARDS - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
_____________________________________________



EFF :

ALL  11-42-25

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Placards at Door of Lavatory A
Figure 001


R

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001-012, 014-099,  11-42-25

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R Placards at Door of Lavatory A
R Figure 001A



EFF :

101-199, 901-999,  11-42-25

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INTERIOR PLACARDS - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
_____________________________________________

1. General
_______

A. This subject gives information related to the markings of the equipment


and furnishing in the cabin.

2. __________________
Component Location

A. Markings for the Emergency Equipment

**ON A/C 101-199,

(Ref. Fig. 001)

**ON A/C 901-901,

(Ref. Fig. 001A)

R **ON A/C 902-999,

R (Ref. Fig. 001B)

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

B. Markings for Partitions and Stowages

**ON A/C 101-199,

(Ref. Fig. 002)

**ON A/C 901-901,

(Ref. Fig. 002A)

R **ON A/C 902-999,

R (Ref. Fig. 002B)


R

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101-199, 901-999,  11-52-25

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R Markings for the Emergency Equipment
R Figure 001 (SHEET 1)


R

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101-199,  11-52-25

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R Markings for the Emergency Equipment
R Figure 001 (SHEET 2)


R

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101-199,  11-52-25

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Markings for the Emergency Equipment
R Figure 001A (SHEET 1)


R

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901-901,  11-52-25

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Markings for the Emergency Equipment
R Figure 001A (SHEET 2)


R

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901-901,  11-52-25

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R Markings for the Emergency Equipment
R Figure 001B (SHEET 1)


R

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902-999,  11-52-25

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R Markings for the Emergency Equipment
R Figure 001B (SHEET 2)


R

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902-999,  11-52-25

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Markings for Partitions and Stowages
Figure 002 (SHEET 1)


R

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101-199,  11-52-25

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Markings for Partitions and Stowages
Figure 002 (SHEET 2)


R

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101-199,  11-52-25

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Markings for Partitions and Stowages
Figure 002A (SHEET 1)


R

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901-901,  11-52-25

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Markings for Partitions and Stowages
Figure 002A (SHEET 2)


R

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901-901,  11-52-25

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R Markings for Partitions and Stowages
R Figure 002B (SHEET 1)


R

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902-999,  11-52-25

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R Markings for Partitions and Stowages
R Figure 002B (SHEET 2)


R

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902-999,  11-52-25

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

C. Markings for the Overhead Stowages

**ON A/C 101-199,

(Ref. Fig. 003)

**ON A/C 901-901,

(Ref. Fig. 003A)

R **ON A/C 902-999,

R (Ref. Fig. 003B)

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

D. Markings for the Lavatory Units

**ON A/C 101-199,

(Ref. Fig. 004)

**ON A/C 901-901,

(Ref. Fig. 004A)

R **ON A/C 902-999,

R (Ref. Fig. 004B)


R

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101-199, 901-999,  11-52-25

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

E. Markings for the Lavatory Doors

**ON A/C 101-199,

(Ref. Fig. 005)

**ON A/C 901-901,

(Ref. Fig. 005A)

R **ON A/C 902-999,

R (Ref. Fig. 005B)

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

F. Markings for the Seat Row Numbers

**ON A/C 101-199,

(Ref. Fig. 006)

**ON A/C 901-901,

(Ref. Fig. 006A)

R **ON A/C 902-999,

R (Ref. Fig. 006B)

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

G. Markings for the Ceiling


R

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101-199, 901-999,  11-52-25

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Markings for the Overhead Stowages
Figure 003 (SHEET 1)



EFF :

101-199,  11-52-25

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Markings for the Overhead Stowages
Figure 003 (SHEET 2)



EFF :

101-199,  11-52-25

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Markings for the Overhead Stowages
Figure 003A (SHEET 1)



EFF :

901-901,  11-52-25

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Markings for the Overhead Stowages
Figure 003A (SHEET 2)



EFF :

901-901,  11-52-25

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R Markings for the Overhead Stowages
R Figure 003B (SHEET 1)


R

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902-999,  11-52-25

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R Markings for the Overhead Stowages
R Figure 003B (SHEET 2)


R

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902-999,  11-52-25

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Markings for the Lavatory Units
Figure 004 (SHEET 1)


R

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101-199,  11-52-25

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Markings for the Lavatory Units
Figure 004 (SHEET 2)


R

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101-199,  11-52-25

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Markings for the Lavatory Units
Figure 004A (SHEET 1)


R

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901-901,  11-52-25

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Markings for the Lavatory Units
Figure 004A (SHEET 2)


R

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901-901,  11-52-25

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R Markings for the Lavatory Units
R Figure 004B (SHEET 1)


R

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902-999,  11-52-25

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R Markings for the Lavatory Units
R Figure 004B (SHEET 2)


R

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902-999,  11-52-25

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Markings for the Lavatory Doors
Figure 005 (SHEET 1)


R

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101-199,  11-52-25

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Markings for the Lavatory Doors
Figure 005 (SHEET 2)


R

EFF :

101-199,  11-52-25

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Markings for the Lavatory Doors
Figure 005A (SHEET 1)



EFF :

901-901,  11-52-25

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Markings for the Lavatory Doors
Figure 005A (SHEET 2)



EFF :

901-901,  11-52-25

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R Markings for the Lavatory Doors
R Figure 005B (SHEET 1)



EFF :

902-999,  11-52-25

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R Markings for the Lavatory Doors
R Figure 005B (SHEET 2)



EFF :

902-999,  11-52-25

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Markings for the Seat Row Numbers
Figure 006 (SHEET 1)



EFF :

101-199,  11-52-25

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Markings for the Seat Row Numbers
Figure 006 (SHEET 2)



EFF :

101-199,  11-52-25

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Markings for the Seat Row Numbers
Figure 006 (SHEET 3)



EFF :

101-199,  11-52-25

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INTENTIONALLY BLANK





 11-52-25

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Markings for the Seat Row Numbers
Figure 006A (SHEET 1)



EFF :

901-901,  11-52-25

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Markings for the Seat Row Numbers
Figure 006A (SHEET 2)



EFF :

901-901,  11-52-25

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Markings for the Seat Row Numbers
Figure 006A (SHEET 3)



EFF :

901-901,  11-52-25

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INTENTIONALLY BLANK





 11-52-25

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R Markings for the Seat Row Numbers
R Figure 006B (SHEET 1)



EFF :

902-999,  11-52-25

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R Markings for the Seat Row Numbers
R Figure 006B (SHEET 2)



EFF :

902-999,  11-52-25

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R Markings for the Seat Row Numbers
R Figure 006B (SHEET 3)



EFF :

902-999,  11-52-25

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