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HIGHLIGHTS REVISION NO. 37 May 01/03 Pages which have been revised are outlined below, together
HIGHLIGHTS REVISION NO. 37 May 01/03 Pages which have been revised are outlined below, together

HIGHLIGHTS

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GENERAL

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MOORING

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PARKING, MOORING, STORAGE & RETURN TO SERVICE - GENERAL DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1. General This
PARKING, MOORING, STORAGE & RETURN TO SERVICE - GENERAL DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1. General This

PARKING, MOORING,

STORAGE & RETURN TO SERVICE - GENERAL

DESCRIPTION

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OPERATION

1. General This chapter covers:

- Parking/Storage (Ref. ATA 10-10),

- Mooring (Ref. ATA 10-20),

- Return to Service (Ref. ATA 10-30).

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1. General PARKING/STORAGE - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION This section provides information related to the parking
1. General PARKING/STORAGE - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION This section provides information related to the parking

1. General

PARKING/STORAGE

- DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION

This section provides information related to the parking and storage of the aircraft. It is divided as follows:

- PARKING (Ref. ATA 10-11),

- STORAGE (Ref. ATA 10-12).

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PARKING - MAINTENANCE PRACTICES TASK 10-11-00-555-001 Parking Procedure (Not More Than 2 Days) R  
PARKING - MAINTENANCE PRACTICES TASK 10-11-00-555-001 Parking Procedure (Not More Than 2 Days) R  

PARKING

- MAINTENANCE PRACTICES

TASK 10-11-00-555-001

Parking Procedure (Not More Than 2 Days)

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1.

Reason

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the Job

 

This procedure gives the preservation steps for a parking period of not more than 2 days

 

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

wheel chocks

IAE1N20008

2 COVER, COMMON NOZZLE

IAE1N20400

2 COVER-INLET COWL

98A10001005000

3 COVER - SLIP-ON PITOT PROBE

98A10001013000

2 COVER - SLIP-ON, TOTAL TEMPERATURE SENSOR

98A10001500000

3 COVER - SLIP-ON, ANGLE OF ATTACK SENSOR

98D10003001000

2 COVER-INLET COWL ENGINE

98D10003003000

3 COVER - SLIP-ON, AOA

98D10007512000

1 COVER - EXHAUST DUCT, APU

98D10007513000

1 COVER - OILCOOLER OUTLET, APU

98D10103500001

2 COVER-STATIC PROBE

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Aircraft Stability Return to operation (Parking of Not More Than 2 days) Mooring of the Aircraft Cold Weather Maintenance - Air Conditioning Cold Weather Maintenance - Electrical Power Cold Weather Maintenance - Equipment/Furnishings Cold Weather Maintenance - Flight Controls Cold Weather Maintenance - Fuel

12-31-21-660-001

10-20-00-556-001

10-11-00-554-001

05-57-00-200-001

DESIGNATION

12-31-24-660-001

12-31-25-660-001

12-31-27-660-001

12-31-28-660-001

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REFERENCE

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Cold Weather Maintenance - Indicating/Recording systems and Navigation Cold Weather Maintenance - Landing Gear Cold Weather Maintenance - Oxygen System Cold Weather Maintenance - Water/Waste Cold Weather Maintenance - Auxiliary Power Unit Cold Weather Maintenance - Structure Cold Weather Maintenance - Doors Cold Weather Maintenance - Power Plant Aircraft Grounding for the Maintenance Operations Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the External Power De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits Supplied from the External Power Installation of the Safety Devices on the Landing Gears Fig. 201 Fig. 202 Fig. 203 Fig. 204

3. Job Set-up

Subtask 10-11-00-860-051

DESIGNATION

12-31-31-660-001

12-31-32-660-001

12-31-35-660-001

12-31-38-660-001

12-31-49-660-001

12-31-51-660-001

12-31-52-660-001

12-31-71-660-001

12-34-24-869-002

24-41-00-861-002

24-41-00-862-002

32-00-00-481-001

10-11-00-991-001-A

10-11-00-991-006

10-11-00-991-004

10-11-00-991-007

A. General.

(1) This section gives the data for the parking of the aircraft in normal weather conditions. Also :

- If the aircraft is parked in high wind conditions, check the aircraft stability (Ref. TASK 05-57-00-200-001) and moor the aircraft if necessary (Ref. TASK 10-20-00-556-001).

- If the aircraft is parked in cold weather conditions, do the cold weather maintenance procedures: (Ref. TASK 12-31-21-660-001), (Ref. TASK 12-31-24-660-001), (Ref. TASK 12-31-25-660-001), (Ref. TASK 12-31-27-660-001), (Ref. TASK 12-31-28-660-001), (Ref. TASK 12-31-31-660-001), (Ref. TASK 12-31-32-660-001), (Ref. TASK 12-31-35-660-001), (Ref. TASK 12-31-38-660-001), (Ref. TASK 12-31-49-660-001), (Ref. TASK 12-31-51-660-001), (Ref. TASK 12-31-52-660-001), (Ref. TASK 12-31-71-660-001).

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4. Procedure Subtask 10-11-00-481-050 A. Safety Precautions (1) Park the aircraft on a flat surface.
4. Procedure Subtask 10-11-00-481-050 A. Safety Precautions (1) Park the aircraft on a flat surface.

4. Procedure

Subtask 10-11-00-481-050

A. Safety Precautions

(1) Park the aircraft on a flat surface. Make sure that the wheel of the nose landing gear is on the aircraft axis and the aircraft points into the wind.

(2) Install the safety devices on the landing gears (Ref. TASK 32-00-00-

481-001).

(3) Make sure that the flaps, the slats, the spoilers, the speed brakes and the thrust reversers are retracted.

(4) Make sure that the THS is set to neutral.

(5) Put the wheel chocks in front of and behind the wheels of the main and the nose landing gears.

NOTE : The wheel chocks on the nose landing gear and the parking brake give more safety in bad weather.

(6) Ground the aircraft (Ref. TASK 12-34-24-869-002).

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B. Protection of the Aircraft

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WARNING : USE ONLY THE SPECIFIED TOOLS FOR THE PROTECTION OF THE

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AIRCRAFT. DO NOT APPLY ADHESIVE TAPE ON THE PROBES, DUCTS,

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SENSORS (STATIC, PITOT, TAT, AOA).

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THE SPECIFIED TOOLS :

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- GIVE THE CORRECT PROTECTION TO THE AIRCRAFT EQUIPMENT,

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- ARE EASY TO SEE FROM THE GROUND. MAKE AN ENTRY IN THE

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AIRCRAFT LOG BOOK OR ATTACH A TAG ON THE CAPTAIN SIDE STICK TO

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TELL THE CREW THAT PROTECTION COVERS/DEVICES ARE INSTALLED.

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(1) Installation of the Protection Devices on the fuselage

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(Ref. Fig. 201/TASK 10-11-00-991-001-A)

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(a) Protection of the 2 total temperature sensors

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- Put the COVER - SLIP-ON, TOTAL TEMPERATURE SENSOR

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(98A10001013000) in position.

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Protective Equipment Figure 201/TASK 10-11-00-991-001-A 10-11-00 EFF : ALL   R MXA Page 204 Feb
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Protective Equipment Figure 201/TASK 10-11-00-991-001-A

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R (b) Protection of the 3 pitot probes R - Put the COVER - SLIP-ON
R (b) Protection of the 3 pitot probes R - Put the COVER - SLIP-ON

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(b)

Protection of the 3 pitot probes

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Put the COVER - SLIP-ON PITOT PROBE (98A10001005000) in

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position.

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(c)

Protection of the 3 angle-of-attack sensors

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Put the COVER - SLIP-ON, ANGLE OF ATTACK SENSOR

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(98A10001500000) or COVER - SLIP-ON, AOA (98D10003003000) in

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position.

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(d)

Protection of the 6 static probes

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Put the COVER-STATIC PROBE (98D10103500001) in position.

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(2) Installation of the Protection Devices on the APU area

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(Ref. Fig. 202/TASK 10-11-00-991-006)

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(a)

Protection of the APU exhaust duct

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Put the COVER - EXHAUST DUCT, APU (98D10007512000) in position.

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(b)

Protection of the outlet duct of the APU oil cooler

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Put the COVER - OILCOOLER OUTLET, APU (98D10007513000) in

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position.

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(3) Installation of the Protection Devices on the engines

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(Ref. Fig. 203/TASK 10-11-00-991-004, 204/TASK 10-11-00-991-007)

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(a)

Protection of the engine air intakes

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Put the COVER-INLET COWL (IAE1N20400) or COVER-INLET COWL

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ENGINE (98D10003001000) in position.

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(b)

Protection of the engine exhaust nozzles

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Put the COVER, COMMON NOZZLE (IAE1N20008) in position.

 

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C. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) Energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-861-

002).

(2) On the CABIN PRESS panel 25VU:

(a) Push the DITCHING pushbutton switch to close:

- the outflow valves (10HL),

- the avionic ventilation skin air inlet and outlet valves (15HQ and 22HQ).

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Protective Equipment Figure 204/TASK 10-11-00-991-007

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(3) De-energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-862- 002). (4) Make sure that the
(3) De-energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-862- 002). (4) Make sure that the

(3) De-energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-862-

002).

(4) Make sure that the windows of the cockpit are closed.

5. Close-up

Subtask 10-11-00-942-050

A. Close-up.

(1) Make an entry in the aircraft log book or attach a tag on the captain side stick to tell the crew that protection covers/devices are installed.

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

(3) Make sure that you close all access/doors.

(4) For return in operation, do the Return in Operation Procedure (Ref. TASK 10-11-00-554-001).

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TASK 10-11-00-554-001 Return to operation (Parking of Not More Than 2 days) 1. Reason for
TASK 10-11-00-554-001 Return to operation (Parking of Not More Than 2 days) 1. Reason for

TASK 10-11-00-554-001

Return to operation (Parking of Not More Than 2 days)

1. Reason

for

the Job

this procedure gives the data for the reactivation of the aircraft after a period of not more than 2 days.

2. Job

Set-up

Information

A. Referenced Information

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REFERENCE

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Aircraft Grounding for the Maintenance Operations Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the External Power De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits Supplied from the External Power

24-41-00-862-002

24-41-00-861-002

DESIGNATION

12-34-24-869-002

3. Job Set-up

Subtask 10-11-00-860-056

A. Aircraft Configuration

(1) Energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-861-

002).

(2) On the CABIN PRESS panel 25VU:

(a) Release the DITCHING pushbutton switch to open:

- the outflow valve (10HL),

- the avionic ventilation skin air inlet and outlet valves (15HQ and 22HQ).

NOTE : Make sure that the avionics ventilation continues to operate correctly.

(3) De-energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-862-

002).

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4. Procedure Subtask 10-11-00-020-055 A. Removal of the protective equipment from the fuselage and the
4. Procedure Subtask 10-11-00-020-055 A. Removal of the protective equipment from the fuselage and the

4. Procedure

Subtask 10-11-00-020-055

A. Removal of the protective equipment from the fuselage and the APU area.

(1) Remove the COVER - EXHAUST DUCT, APU (98D10007512000) and the COVER - OILCOOLER OUTLET, APU (98D10007513000) from the APU area.

(2) Remove the COVER - SLIP-ON, TOTAL TEMPERATURE SENSOR (98A10001013000) from the 2 total temperature sensors.

(3) Remove the COVER - SLIP-ON PITOT PROBE (98A10001005000) from the 3 pitot probes.

(4) Remove the COVER - SLIP-ON, ANGLE OF ATTACK SENSOR (98A10001500000) or COVER - SLIP-ON, AOA (98D10003003000) from the 3 angle-of-attack sensors.

(5) Remove the COVER-STATIC PROBE (98D10103500001) from the 6 static probes.

(6) Do a visual inspection of all the probes and sensors and make sure

R that they are clean and not clogged.

Subtask 10-11-00-020-056

B. Removal of the protective equipment from the engines.

(1) Remove the COVER-INLET COWL (IAE1N20400) or the COVER-INLET COWL ENGINE (98D10003001000) and the COVER, COMMON NOZZLE (IAE1N20008) from the engines.

Subtask 10-11-00-860-057

C. aircraft configuration

(1) Do a general visual inspection of the airframe from the ground for correct condition.

(a) Make sure that there are no leaks from:

- the wings

- the lower fuselage

- the landing gears

- the engines

- the APU

- the horizontal and vertical stabilizer.

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R (2) Remove the ground cables from the aircraft (Ref. TASK 12-34-24-869- R 002). R
R (2) Remove the ground cables from the aircraft (Ref. TASK 12-34-24-869- R 002). R

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(2) Remove the ground cables from the aircraft (Ref. TASK 12-34-24-869-

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002).

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(3) Remove the wheel chocks from the main and the nose landing gears.

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5. Close-up

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Subtask 10-11-00-860-058

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A. Close-up

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(1) Remove the tag from the captain side stick or write in the log book

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that the protection covers/devices are no longer installed.

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(2) Remove the ground support and maintenance equipment, the special and

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standard tools and all other items.

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R TASK 10-11-00-555-003   R Parking Procedure (Not More Than 12 Weeks) - Aircraft in
R TASK 10-11-00-555-003   R Parking Procedure (Not More Than 12 Weeks) - Aircraft in

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TASK 10-11-00-555-003

 

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Parking Procedure (Not More Than 12 Weeks) - Aircraft in Flight-Ready Condition

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CAUTION : YOU MUST CONTINUE TO DO THE SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE DURING THE PARKING

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PERIOD.

 

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CAUTION : BEFORE YOU CAN DO THIS PARKING PROCEDURE AGAIN, THE AIRCRAFT MUST

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FIRST DO A FULL FLIGHT CYCLE.

 

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1. Reason

for

the Job

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This procedure gives the preservation steps for a parking period of not more

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than 12 weeks (aircraft in flight-ready condition).

 

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NOTE : The purpose of this procedure is to keep the aircraft in flight-ready

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condition during the parking period.

 

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We recommend that there is no cannibalization or removal of parts

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during this parking period.

 

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2. Job

Set-up

Information

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A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

 

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REFERENCE

QTY DESIGNATION

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No specific

adhesive tape

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B. Consumable Materials

 

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REFERENCE

DESIGNATION

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Material No. 05-043

 

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VARNISH P.T.F.E SPRAY (Ref. 20-31-00)

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Material No. 15-002

USA MIL-B-131

TYPE

I

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BARRIER MATERIAL WATER VAPOR PROOF (Ref. 20-31-00)

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C. Referenced Information ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- REFERENCE
C. Referenced Information ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- REFERENCE

C. Referenced Information

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DESIGNATION

 

10-11-00-554-002

Return to Operation (Parking of Not More Than 12

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Weeks - Aircraft in Flight-Ready Condition)

 

10-11-00-555-001

Parking Procedure (Not More Than 2 Days)

10-11-00-555-004

Periodic Ground Check (At 7-Day Intervals) - Parking

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Not More Than 12 Weeks (Aircraft in Flight-Ready

 

10-11-00-555-005

Condition) Periodic Ground Check (At 15-Day Intervals) - Parking

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Not More Than 12 weeks (Aircraft in Flight-Ready

 

12-11-28-650-003

Condition) Pressure Refuel with Automatic Control

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12-16-38-613-001

Servicing of the Toilet System

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12-24-38-680-001

Draining of the Potable Water System (with Electrical

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Power)

 

12-32-28-281-001

Drain Water Content

24-38-51-000-001

Removal of the Batteries (2PB1, 2PB2)

24-41-00-861-002

Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the

24-41-00-862-002

External Power De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits Supplied

32-12-00-010-001

from the External Power Open the Main Gear Doors for Access

32-12-00-410-001

Close the Main Gear Doors after Access

32-22-00-010-001

Nose Gear Doors - Ground Doors Opening

32-22-00-410-001

Nose Gear Doors - Ground Doors Closing

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34-10-00-170-001

Flushing of the Principal Total Pressure Lines

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34-10-00-170-002

Flushing of the Principal Static Pressure Lines

34-10-00-170-003

Draining and Flushing of the Standby Static and Standby Total Pressure Lines

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49-00-00-860-003

APU Start by External Power (GTCP 36-300)

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49-00-00-860-004

APU Shutdown by External Power (GTCP 36-300)

52-10-00-010-001

Opening of the Passenger/Crew Door

52-10-00-410-001

Closing of the Passenger/Crew Door

52-30-00-860-001

Open the FWD or AFT Cargo-Compartment Door with the

52-30-00-860-002

Yellow Electric Pump Close the FWD or AFT Cargo-Compartment Door with the

71-00-00-710-018

Yellow Electric Pump Discontinued Start, Restart and Shutdown Procedures

71-00-00-710-043

Normal Engine Automatic Start Procedure

78-31-00-710-041

Operational Test of the Thrust Reverser System with the CFDS

10-11-00

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Test of the Thrust Reverser System with the CFDS 10-11-00 E F F : A L

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3. Job Set-up Subtask 10-11-00-650-051 A. Aircraft Configuration (1) Make sure that the fuel tanks
3. Job Set-up Subtask 10-11-00-650-051 A. Aircraft Configuration (1) Make sure that the fuel tanks

3. Job Set-up

Subtask 10-11-00-650-051

A. Aircraft Configuration

(1) Make sure that the fuel tanks are 90% full (minimum). If necessary, refuel the tanks (Ref. TASK 12-11-28-650-003).

Subtask 10-11-00-861-050

B. Energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-861-002).

4. Procedure

Subtask 10-11-00-710-050

A. Protection of the Engines and APU

NOTE : You can ignore this step if the last flight cycle was in the last 24 hours (engines and APU operated). In these conditions, the parking period starts from the end of this last flight cycle.

(1) Start the APU and operate it for at least 5 mn at no load governed speed (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-003).

(2) Stop the APU (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-004).

(3) Start the engines and let them become stable at ground idle for 15 to 20 mn (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-043).

(4) Do a thrust reverser full cycle (Ref. TASK 78-31-00-710-041).

(5) Stop the engines (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-018).

Subtask 10-11-00-680-051

B. Protection of the Water and Toilet System

(1) Potable water system

(a) Make sure that the system is empty and dry. If necessary:

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- drain, flush and dry the system (Ref. TASK 12-24-38-680-001).

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(2) Toilet system (a) Make sure that the system is empty. If necessary: - drain,
(2) Toilet system (a) Make sure that the system is empty. If necessary: - drain,

(2) Toilet system

(a) Make sure that the system is empty. If necessary:

- drain, flush and use disinfectant to clean the system (Ref. TASK 12-16-38-613-001).

Subtask 10-11-00-170-050

C. Protection of the Air Data System

(1) Flush the total pressure line of the Air Data Module (Ref. TASK 34-

10-00-170-001).

(2) Flush the static pressure line of the Air Data Module (Ref. TASK 34-

10-00-170-002).

(3) Drain and flush the standby static and standby total pressure lines of the Air Data Module (Ref. TASK 34-10-00-170-003).

Subtask 10-11-00-281-050

D. Protection of the Fuel System

(1) Drain water from all the fuel tanks (Ref. TASK 12-32-28-281-001).

NOTE : You must wait for one hour after refueling is completed before you do the water drain procedure.

Subtask 10-11-00-620-055

E. Protection of the Seats

(1) We recommend to do the protection of the cockpit and passenger seats with STORAGE PRESERVATION (Material No. 15-002). This is to prevent discoloration by the sun during a long parking period.

Subtask 10-11-00-020-051

F. Protection of the Electrical System

(1) Remove or disconnect the batteries (Ref. TASK 24-38-51-000-001).

10-11-00

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batteries (Ref. TASK 24-38-51-000-001). 10-11-00 E F F : A L L   R MXA P

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Subtask 10-11-00-620-056 G. Protection of the Doors (1) Open the FWD and AFT passenger/crew doors
Subtask 10-11-00-620-056 G. Protection of the Doors (1) Open the FWD and AFT passenger/crew doors

Subtask 10-11-00-620-056

G. Protection of the Doors

(1) Open the FWD and AFT passenger/crew doors (Ref. TASK 52-10-00-010-

001).

(2) Open the FWD and AFT cargo compartment doors (Ref. TASK 52-30-00-860-

001).

(3) Open the landing gear doors (Ref. TASK 32-12-00-010-001) and (Ref. TASK 32-22-00-010-001).

(4) Open all the pressurized access doors.

(5) Apply SPECIAL MATERIALS (Material No. 05-043) on the seals of all the doors.

(6) Close the FWD and AFT cargo compartment doors (Ref. TASK 52-30-00-

860-002).

(7) Close the landing gear doors (Ref. TASK 32-22-00-410-001) and (Ref. TASK 32-12-00-410-001).

5. Close-up

Subtask 10-11-00-862-050

A. De-energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-862-

002).

Subtask 10-11-00-555-054

B. Put the Aircraft in Parking Configuration

(1) Make sure that all the external structural drain holes are not clogged.

(2) Make sure that all the engine drains are not clogged.

(3) Do the full parking procedure (Ref. TASK 10-11-00-555-001).

(4) Close all the pressurized access doors.

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

001).

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(6) Seal the air conditioning/ventilation inlets and outlets with STORAGE PRESERVATION (Material No. 15-002) and
(6) Seal the air conditioning/ventilation inlets and outlets with STORAGE PRESERVATION (Material No. 15-002) and

(6) Seal the air conditioning/ventilation inlets and outlets with STORAGE PRESERVATION (Material No. 15-002) and adhesive tape.

(7) Put tarpaulins on the MLG wheels.

Subtask 10-11-00-555-055

C. Periodic Checks and Return in Operation

(1) During the parking period, do the periodic checks:

- at 7-day intervals (Ref. TASK 10-11-00-555-004)

- at 15-day intervals (Ref. TASK 10-11-00-555-005).

(2) For return to operation, do the Return to Operation procedure (Ref. TASK 10-11-00-554-002).

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EFF :

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procedure (Ref. TASK 10-11-00-554-002). 10-11-00 E F F : A L L   R MXA P

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TASK 10-11-00-555-004 Periodic Ground Check (At 7-Day Intervals) - Parking Not More Than 12 Weeks
TASK 10-11-00-555-004 Periodic Ground Check (At 7-Day Intervals) - Parking Not More Than 12 Weeks

TASK 10-11-00-555-004

Periodic Ground Check (At 7-Day Intervals) - Parking Not More Than 12 Weeks

R (Aircraft in Flight-Ready Condition)

CAUTION : YOU MUST CONTINUE TO DO THE SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE DURING THE PARKING PERIOD.

1. Reason

for

the Job

This procedure gives the periodic check (at 7-day intervals) for a parking period of not more than 12 weeks (aircraft in flight-ready condition).

Set-up

Not Applicable

2. Job

Information

3. Job Set-up

Subtask 10-11-00-860-052

A. Not Applicable

4. Procedure

Subtask 10-11-00-210-053

A. Check of Aircraft Condition

(1) Make sure that the protection covers/plugs are correctly installed.

(2) Do a general visual inspection of the airframe from the ground for correct condition.

(a) Make sure that there are no leaks from:

- the wings

- the lower fuselage

- the landing gears

- the engines

- the APU

- the horizontal and vertical stabilizer.

10-11-00

EFF :

ALL

MXA

- the APU - the horizontal and vertical stabilizer. 10-11-00 E F F : A L

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TASK 10-11-00-555-005 R Periodic Ground Check (At 15-Day Intervals) - Parking Not More Than 12
TASK 10-11-00-555-005 R Periodic Ground Check (At 15-Day Intervals) - Parking Not More Than 12

TASK 10-11-00-555-005

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Periodic Ground Check (At 15-Day Intervals) - Parking Not More Than 12 weeks

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(Aircraft in Flight-Ready Condition)

CAUTION : YOU MUST CONTINUE TO DO THE SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE DURING THE PARKING PERIOD.

1.

Reason

for

the Job

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This procedure gives the periodic check (at 15 day-intervals) for a parking period of not more than 12 weeks (aircraft in flight-ready condition).

2.

Job

Set-up

Information

A.

Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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REFERENCE

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

No specific

QTY DESIGNATION

adhesive tape

B. Consumable Materials

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REFERENCE

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Material No. 15-002

DESIGNATION

USA MIL-B-131

TYPE

I

BARRIER MATERIAL WATER VAPOR PROOF (Ref. 20-31-00)

C. Referenced Information

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REFERENCE

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Parking Procedure (Not More Than 2 Days) Drain Water Content Removal of the Batteries (2PB1, 2PB2) Installation of the Batteries (2PB1, 2PB2) Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the External Power De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits Supplied from the External Power

12-32-28-281-001

10-11-00-555-001

24-38-51-000-001

24-38-51-400-001

24-41-00-861-002

24-41-00-862-002

DESIGNATION

10-11-00

EFF :

ALL

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24-41-00-861-002 24-41-00-862-002 DESIGNATION 10-11-00 E F F : A L L MXA P a g e

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REFERENCE

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DESIGNATION

 

29-10-00-200-001

Check Fluid Level on Main Hydraulic Reservoir

30-11-00-710-001

Indicators Operational Test of the Wing Ice-Protection System

30-21-00-710-001

Operational Test of the Engine Air Intake Ice

32-41-00-210-003

Protection Inspection/Check of the Pressure of Tires

32-42-00-710-001

Operational Test of the Normal Braking System

32-43-00-710-001

Operational Test of Alternate Braking System

32-51-00-720-003

Functional Test of the Nose Wheel Steering with the

32-51-00-720-004

Handwheel. Functional Test of the Nose Wheel Steering with the

36-11-00-710-003

Pedals. Operational Test of the Bleed Air System

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49-00-00-860-003

APU Start by External Power (GTCP 36-300)

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49-00-00-860-004

APU Shutdown by External Power (GTCP 36-300)

71-00-00-710-018

Discontinued Start, Restart and Shutdown Procedures

71-00-00-710-043

Normal Engine Automatic Start Procedure

78-31-00-710-041

Operational Test of the Thrust Reverser System with the CFDS

3. Job Set-up

Subtask 10-11-00-020-052

A. Removal of Protections

(1) Remove all protection covers/plugs from the fuselage, the engines and the APU area.

(2) Remove the tarpaulins from the MLG wheels.

(3) Remove the adhesive tape and foil from the air conditioning/ventilation inlets and outlets.

NOTE : Make sure that no adhesive stays on the aircraft skin.

Subtask 10-11-00-420-050

B. Installation or Connection of the Batteries

(1) Install or connect the batteries and make sure that the battery charge is correct (Ref. TASK 24-38-51-400-001).

10-11-00

EFF :

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battery charge is correct (Ref. TASK 24-38-51-400-001). 10-11-00 E F F : A L L MXA

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Subtask 10-11-00-860-053 C. Aircraft Configuration (1) Energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-861-
Subtask 10-11-00-860-053 C. Aircraft Configuration (1) Energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-861-

Subtask 10-11-00-860-053

C. Aircraft Configuration

(1) Energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-861-

002).

(2) On the CABIN PRESS panel 25VU:

(a) Release the DITCHING pushbutton switch to open:

- the outflow valve (10HL),

- the avionic ventilation skin air inlet and outlet valves (15HQ and 22HQ).

NOTE : Make sure that the avionics ventilation continues to operate correctly.

4. Procedure

Subtask 10-11-00-210-054

A. Inspection

CAUTION : CAREFULLY CLEAN ALL BIRD EXCREMENT FROM THE AIRCRAFT, BIRD EXCREMENT IS CORROSIVE.

(1) Do a general visual inspection of the airframe from the ground for correct condition.

(a) Make sure that there are no leaks from:

- the wings

- the lower fuselage

- the landing gears

- the engines

- the APU

- the horizontal and vertical stabilizer.

(b)

Make sure that there are no signs of bird nesting in all areas of the aircraft to which birds have access.

(c)

Do a check of the outer skin for contamination that is not usual.

(2) Make sure that the extension of the landing gear shock absorbers is correct.

(3) Do a check of the tire pressure (Ref. TASK 32-41-00-210-003).

(4) Do a check of the hydraulic reservoir level (Ref. TASK 29-10-00-200-

001).

10-11-00

EFF :

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level (Ref. TASK 29-10-00-200- 001). 10-11-00 E F F : A L L   R MXA

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R Subtask 10-11-00-281-052 R B. Drain water from all the fuel tanks (Ref. TASK 12-32-28-281-001).
R Subtask 10-11-00-281-052 R B. Drain water from all the fuel tanks (Ref. TASK 12-32-28-281-001).

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Subtask 10-11-00-281-052

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B. Drain water from all the fuel tanks (Ref. TASK 12-32-28-281-001).

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Subtask 10-11-00-700-050

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C. System Test

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(1) Do the functional test of the nose wheel steering with the handwheel

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and with the pedals (Ref. TASK 32-51-00-720-003) and (Ref. TASK 32-

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51-00-720-004).

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(2) Do the operational test of the Normal braking system and Alternate

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braking system (Ref. TASK 32-42-00-710-001) and (Ref. TASK 32-43-00-

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710-001).

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(3) Operate the APU and the engines.

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(a) Start the APU (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-003).

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(b) Start the engines with APU bleed and operate them at idle power

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(Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-043).

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(c) Operate the air conditioning system.

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Subtask 10-11-00-866-050

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D. Flight Controls Movement

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(1) Operate all the flight control surfaces on full travel and make sure

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that they operate correctly.

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(a) Move the flap and slat control lever one time from 0⁰ to FULL and

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back to extend and retract the slats and the flaps.

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(b) Push the left then the right pedal until it touches the

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mechanical stop, to operate the rudder.

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(c) Move the side stick to:

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- the left and right roll position to operate the spoilers and

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the ailerons

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- the nose down and nose up position to operate the elevators.

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(d) Move the pitch trim control wheel to the nose up and nose down

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position to operate the THS.

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NOTE : Put the THS in the 0 to 2⁰ position after operation.

10-11-00

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: Put the THS in the 0 to 2⁰ position after operation. 10-11-00 E F F

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R Subtask 10-11-00-710-051 R E. Operational Tests R (1) Do the operational test of the
R Subtask 10-11-00-710-051 R E. Operational Tests R (1) Do the operational test of the

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Subtask 10-11-00-710-051

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E. Operational Tests

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(1) Do the operational test of the bleed air system (Ref. TASK 36-11-00-

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710-003) and make sure that the related BLEED PRESS and BLEED TEMP

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indications are satisfactory.

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(2) Do the operational test of the wing-ice protection system (Ref. TASK

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30-11-00-710-001).

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(3) Do the operational test of the engine air intake ice protection

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(Ref. TASK 30-21-00-710-001).

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(4) Do a thrust reverser cycle (Ref. TASK 78-31-00-710-041).

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(5) Stop the engines (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-018).

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(6) Stop the APU (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-004).

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Subtask 10-11-00-584-050

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F. Movement of the Aircraft

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(1) Move the aircraft.

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NOTE : You can ignore this step if you moved the aircraft for the

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engine run-up.

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(a) Remove the wheel chocks and turn the MLG wheels a quarter turn to

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move the aircraft (this is to prevent damage to the tires and

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brinelling of the bearings).

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(b) Install the wheel chocks in front of and behind the wheels.

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Subtask 10-11-00-020-053

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G. Removal or Disconnection of the Batteries

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(1) Remove or disconnect the batteries (Ref. TASK 24-38-51-000-001).

10-11-00

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disconnect the batteries (Ref. TASK 24-38-51-000-001). 10-11-00 E F F : A L L MXA P

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Subtask 10-11-00-860-054 H. Aircraft Configuration (1) On the CABIN PRESS panel 25VU: (a) Push the
Subtask 10-11-00-860-054 H. Aircraft Configuration (1) On the CABIN PRESS panel 25VU: (a) Push the

Subtask 10-11-00-860-054

H. Aircraft Configuration

(1) On the CABIN PRESS panel 25VU:

(a) Push the DITCHING pushbutton switch to close:

- the outflow valve (10HL),

- the avionic ventilation skin air inlet and outlet valves (15HQ and 22HQ).

(2) De-energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-862-

002).

5. Close-up

Subtask 10-11-00-555-056

A. Put the aircraft in parking configuration.

(1) Let the engines and the APU become cool and install protection covers/plugs on the fuselage, the engines and the APU area (Ref. TASK

10-11-00-555-001).

(2) Seal the air conditioning/ventilation inlets and outlets with STORAGE PRESERVATION (Material No. 15-002) and adhesive tape.

(3) Record any discrepancy in the log book.

(4) Close all access doors opened in this procedure.

(5) Install tarpaulins on the MLG wheels.

10-11-00

EFF :

ALL

 

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Install tarpaulins on the MLG wheels. 10-11-00 E F F : A L L   R

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TASK 10-11-00-554-002 R Return to Operation (Parking of Not More Than 12 Weeks - Aircraft
TASK 10-11-00-554-002 R Return to Operation (Parking of Not More Than 12 Weeks - Aircraft

TASK 10-11-00-554-002

R

Return to Operation (Parking of Not More Than 12 Weeks - Aircraft in

R

Flight-Ready Condition)

 

1.

Reason

for

the Job

 

This procedure gives the data for the reactivation of the aircraft after a parking period of not more than 12 weeks (aircraft in flight-ready condition).

 

2.

Job

Set-up

Information

 

A. Referenced Information

 
 

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REFERENCE

 

DESIGNATION

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10-11-00-554-001

Return to operation (Parking of Not More Than 2 days)

12-14-32-614-003

Check Charge Pressure of Main Landing Gear Shock

12-14-32-614-004

Absorber Check Charge Pressure of Nose Landing Gear Shock

12-32-28-281-001

Absorber Drain Water Content

24-38-51-400-001

Installation of the Batteries (2PB1, 2PB2)

29-10-00-200-001

Check Fluid Level on Main Hydraulic Reservoir

32-12-00-010-001

Indicators Open the Main Gear Doors for Access

32-12-00-410-001

Close the Main Gear Doors after Access

32-22-00-010-001

Nose Gear Doors - Ground Doors Opening

32-22-00-410-001

Nose Gear Doors - Ground Doors Closing

32-41-00-210-002

Inspection/Check of the Wheels and Tires

32-41-00-210-003

Inspection/Check of the Pressure of Tires

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34-10-00-170-001

Flushing of the Principal Total Pressure Lines

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34-10-00-170-002

Flushing of the Principal Static Pressure Lines

34-10-00-170-003

Draining and Flushing of the Standby Static and

52-10-00-010-001

Standby Total Pressure Lines Opening of the Passenger/Crew Door

52-10-00-410-001

Closing of the Passenger/Crew Door

52-30-00-860-001

Open the FWD or AFT Cargo-Compartment Door with the

52-30-00-860-002

Yellow Electric Pump Close the FWD or AFT Cargo-Compartment Door with the Yellow Electric Pump

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R 3. Job Set-up R Subtask 10-11-00-020-054 R A. Removal of the Protections R (1)
R 3. Job Set-up R Subtask 10-11-00-020-054 R A. Removal of the Protections R (1)

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3. Job Set-up

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Subtask 10-11-00-020-054

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A. Removal of the Protections

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(1) Do the full Return to Operation procedure (Ref. TASK 10-11-00-554-

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001)

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(2) Remove the tarpaulins from the MLG wheels.

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(3) Remove the adhesive tape and foil from the air

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conditioning/ventilation inlets and outlets.

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NOTE : Make sure that no adhesive stays on the aircraft skin.

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Subtask 10-11-00-420-051

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B. Installation or Connection of the Batteries

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(1) Install or connect the batteries and make sure that the battery

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charge is correct (Ref. TASK 24-38-51-400-001).

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4. Procedure

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Subtask 10-11-00-210-055

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A. Inspection

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CAUTION : CAREFULLY CLEAN ALL BIRD EXCREMENT FROM THE AIRCRAFT, BIRD

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EXCREMENT IS CORROSIVE.

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(1) Do a general visual inspection of the airframe for correct condition.

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(a) Make sure that there are no leaks from:

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- the wings

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- the lower fuselage

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- the engines

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- the APU

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- the landing gear

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- the horizontal and vertical stabilizer.

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(b) Make sure that there are no signs of bird nesting in all areas of

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the aircraft to which birds have access.

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(c) Do a check of the outer skin for contamination that is not usual.

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R (2) Do a check of the charge pressure of the NLG and MLG shock
R (2) Do a check of the charge pressure of the NLG and MLG shock

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(2) Do a check of the charge pressure of the NLG and MLG shock absorbers

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(Ref. TASK 12-14-32-614-004) and (Ref. TASK 12-14-32-614-003).

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(3) Do a check of the tire pressure (Ref. TASK 32-41-00-210-003).

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(4) Do a check of the tire condition (Ref. TASK 32-41-00-210-002).

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(5) Do a check of the hydraulic reservoir level (Ref. TASK 29-10-00-200-

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001).

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Subtask 10-11-00-281-051

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B. Draining of Water from the Fuel Tanks

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(1) Drain water from all the fuel tanks (Ref. TASK 12-32-28-281-001).

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Subtask 10-11-00-170-051

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C. Flushing of the Air Data System

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(1) Flush the total pressure line of the Air Data Module (Ref. TASK 34-

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10-00-170-001).

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(2) Flush the static pressure line of the Air Data Module (Ref. TASK 34-

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10-00-170-002).

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(3) Drain and flush the standby static and standby total pressure lines

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of the Air Data Module (Ref. TASK 34-10-00-170-003).

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Subtask 10-11-00-210-056

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D. Inspection of the Doors

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(1) Open and close these doors and make sure that they operate correctly:

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- the FWD and AFT passenger/crew doors: (Ref. TASK 52-10-00-010-001)

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and (Ref. TASK 52-10-00-410-001)

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- the FWD and AFT cargo compartment doors: (Ref. TASK 52-30-00-860-

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001) and (Ref. TASK 52-30-00-860-002)

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- the NLG and MLG doors: (Ref. TASK 32-22-00-010-001), (Ref. TASK 32-

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22-00-410-001), (Ref. TASK 32-12-00-010-001) and (Ref. TASK 32-12-

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00-410-001)

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- all the pressurized access doors.

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00-410-001) R - all the pressurized access doors. 10-11-00 E F F : A L L

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5. Close-up Subtask 10-11-00-942-052 R A. Return to Operation (1) Do a check of the
5. Close-up Subtask 10-11-00-942-052 R A. Return to Operation (1) Do a check of the

5. Close-up

Subtask 10-11-00-942-052

R A. Return to Operation

(1) Do a check of the log book and make sure that the aircraft is serviceable.

(2) Do the operator standard daily pre-flight check.

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STORAGE - MAINTENANCE PRACTICES TASK 10-12-00-553-004 Storage Procedure (not more than 1 month) CAUTION :
STORAGE - MAINTENANCE PRACTICES TASK 10-12-00-553-004 Storage Procedure (not more than 1 month) CAUTION :

STORAGE

- MAINTENANCE PRACTICES

TASK 10-12-00-553-004

Storage Procedure (not more than 1 month)

CAUTION : - WHILE THE AIRCRAFT IS IN STORAGE, MAKE SURE THAT YOU DO THE MAINTENANCE CHECKS SPECIFIED FOR STORAGE.

- BEFORE YOU PUT THE AIRCRAFT BACK INTO SERVICE, WE RECOMMEND THAT

YOU MAKE SURE THAT ALL THE CALENDAR TASKS SCHEDULED FOR THE PERIOD

DURING WHICH THE AIRCRAFT WAS IN STORAGE ARE COMPLETED (REFER TO THE MAINTENANCE PROGRAM).

- DO NOT CHANGE OR STOP THE MAINTENANCE PROGRAM WITHOUT APPROVAL FROM YOUR LOCAL AUTHORITIES.

 

1. Reason

for

the Job

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This procedure gives the preservation steps for a storage period of not more

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than 1 month.

 
 

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

adhesive tape

No specific

circuit breaker(s) safety clip(s)

No specific

fine nylon netting

 

B.

Consumable Materials

 

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REFERENCE

DESIGNATION

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Material No. 05-027

USA MIL-L-81309

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RUST INHIBITOR(FOR CORROSION USE 15-004)

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(Ref. 20-31-00)

Material No. 05-043

Material No. 15-002

VARNISH P.T.F.E SPRAY (Ref. 20-31-00)

USA MIL-B-131

BARRIER MATERIAL WATER VAPOR PROOF (Ref. 20-31-00)

TYPE

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