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FAULT ISOLATION MANUAL

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TASK 36−12−01−810−802 (Config A01)

TASK 36−12−01−810−802

(Config A01)

R PRESS REG SOV / NO CONTROL/POS DISAGREE (MDC Message) − Fault Isolation

1. Description

1. Description

A.

The MDC fault message R PRESS REG SOV / NO CONTROL/POS DISAGREE shows when the right side Air−Conditioning System Controller (ACSC2) cannot control the right engine Pressure Regulating Shutoff−Valve (PRSOV2).

2. Logic / LRU Equation

2. Logic / LRU Equation

The logic statement and the logic description for the R PRESS REG SOV / NO CONTROL/POS DISAGREE (MDC Message) fault isolation task are as follow:

− LRU

− Fault Message #

: R PRESS REG SOV

:

1

− Fault Message Text

: NO CONTROL/POS DISAGREE

− Message Type

: Fault Message

− Status

: FAILED/WIRING

− CAS/Cockpit Identification

: CAS MESSAGE: R END BLEED (AMBER)

− Timer/Delay

: 10

− Component Identification

: V04

− Fault Logged

: AIR,TAXI

− MDC Fault Equation Report : Fault Message # 1

 

R PRESS REG SOV / NO CONTROL/POS DISAGREE

 

− Logic

: ACSC2−41 AND ACSC2−92

 

ACSC2−41

XX

352

10

EXCT

XXXX−XXXX

XXXX−XXXX

XXTX−XXXX

352A2:14; RA PRSOV CMD FAIL 352B2:14; RB PRSOV CMD FAIL

ACSC2−92

XX

352

11

EXCT

XXXX−XXXX

XXXX−XXXX

XXTX−XXXX

− : Right ACS controller is not able to control Right Pressure Shut−Off Valve as required, or a disagree has been detected during the monitoring of the valve position or high pressure has been detected downstream to the valve.

Equ Descr

Equ #ID

− : 007556

 
3. Possible Causes

3. Possible Causes

– PRSOV2 V3 unserviceable

– PRSOV2 V3 unserviceable

– Bleed air system failure

– Bleed air system failure

– BLEED AIR control panel PL5 unserviceable

– BLEED AIR control panel PL5 unserviceable

– Defective wiring interface.

– Defective wiring interface.

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4. Job Set−Up Information

A. Reference Information

FAULT ISOLATION MANUAL

MANUAL NO

REFERENCE

DESIGNATION

 

CSP−B−001

AMM 12−00−00−867−801

Standard Aircraft Configuration for Maintenance

CSP−B−001

AMM 20−22−00−910−801

Torquing of Plumbing−Line Fittings Except in the Oxygen System

CSP−B−001

AMM 21−53−13−000−801

Removal of the Pack Inlet−Flow Sensor Tube

CSP−B−001

AMM 21−53−13−000−802

Removal of the Pack Inlet−Pressure Sensor Tube

CSP−B−001

AMM 21−53−13−400−801

Installation of the Pack Inlet−Flow Sensor Tube

CSP−B−001

AMM 21−53−13−400−802

Installation of the Pack Inlet−Pressure Sensor Tube

CSP−B−001

AMM 21−61−04−000−801

Removal of the Air−Conditioning System Controller

CSP−B−001

AMM 21−61−04−400−801

Installation of the Air−Conditioning System Controller

CSP−B−001

AMM 24−00−00−861−801

Connect Electrical Power to the Aircraft

 

CSP−B−001

AMM 24−00−00−861−802

Remove Electrical Power from the Aircraft

 

CSP−B−001

AMM 24−00−00−910−801

Electrical/Electronic Safety Precautions

 

CSP−B−001

AMM 36−11−03−000−801

Removal of the 6th−Stage Check Valve

 

CSP−B−001

AMM 36−11−03−400−801

Installation of the 6th−Stage Check Valve

 

CSP−B−001

AMM 36−12−01−000−801

Removal of the Pressure−Regulating Shut−Off Valve (PRSOV)

CSP−B−001

AMM 36−12−01−400−801

Installation of the Pressure−Regulating Shut−Off Valve (PRSOV)

CSP−B−001

AMM 36−12−01−710−801

Operational Test of the Pressure−Regulating Shut− Off Valve (PRSOV)

CSP−B−001

AMM 36−13−03−400−801

Installation of the Wishbone Duct

 

CSP−B−001

AMM 36−21−17−000−801

Removal of the Bleed−Air Control Panel

 

CSP−B−001

AMM 36−21−17−400−801

Installation of the Bleed−Air Control Panel

 

CSP−B−001

AMM 45−45−00−970−804

Access to the CURRENT FAULTS Page

 

CSP−B−001

AMM 45−45−00−970−806

Access to the AIRCRAFT HISTORY Page

 

CSP−B−001

AMM 45−45−00−970−817

Access to the ADVANCED DIAGNOSTICS Page

CSP−B−001

AMM 71−10−00−010−801

Opening of the Cowling

 

CSP−B−001

AMM 71−10−00−410−801

Closing of the Cowling

 

CSP−B−003

WDM 36−10−04

Bleed Air System − HPV/PRSOV RH

 

CSP−C−003

WDM 36−10−04

Bleed Air System − HPV/PRSOV RH

 

CSP−D−003

WDM 36−10−04

Bleed Air System − HPV/PRSOV RH

 

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MANUAL NO

REFERENCE

DESIGNATION

CSP−B−003

WDM 71−50−01

Engine Nacelle Electrical Harness

CSP−C−003

WDM 71−50−01

Engine Nacelle Electrical Harness

CSP−D−003

WDM 71−50−01

Engine Nacelle Electrical Harness

B. Tools and Equipment

REFERENCE

DESIGNATION

GSB2400001 (FUTURE PROCUREMENT P/N 87V)

Volt−Ohm Meter − Hand Held Digital (general purpose)

COMMERCIALLY AVAILABLE

Wrench − Torque, 0 to 125 lbf·in (0 to 14 N·m)

5. Job Set−Up

A. Make sure the aircraft is in the standard configuration for maintenance (AMM 12−00−00−867−801).

B. Obey all the electrical/electronic safety precautions (AMM 24−00−00−910−801).

WARNING:

OBEY ALL THE SAFETY PRECAUTIONS WHEN YOU DO MAINTENANCE ON OR NEAR ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT. IF YOU DO NOT DO THIS, YOU CAN CAUSE INJURIES TO PERSONS AND/OR DAMAGE TO THE EQUIPMENT.

C. Connect and energize the applicable electrical power source (AMM 24−00−00−861−801).

D. Open the access doors that follow, as applicable:

PANEL

 

NAME

MANUAL NO

REFERENCE

311BB

Aft Equipment Compartment Door

   

811

Main Avionics Compartment Door

   

E.

Open the right engine cowling, as applicable (AMM 71−10−00−010−801).

F.

Make sure the circuit breakers that follow are closed:

 
 

CB−PANEL

CB−NO

 

NAME

CBP−1

K6

ACS CONT 2 CH A

CBP−1

M4

ENG START R

CBP−2

K6

ACS R MAN

CBP−2 LOWER

 

S11

R BLEED SOV

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CB−PANEL

CB−NO

NAME

CBP−2 LOWER

T7

ACS CONT 2 CH B

6. Fault Confirmation

A. Fault Confirmation Action

(1)

To make sure that the L PRESS REG SOV / NO CONTROL POS / DISAGREE (MDC Message) continues to show, do the steps that follow:

(a)

Use a wrench to carefully move the PRSOV2 V3 lever from the fully CLOSED to the fully OPEN position. Do three cycles.

1 If the PRSOV2 V3 lever does not move, or does not move to the fully OPEN position, or to the fully CLOSED position, go to the Fault Isolation and do the Possible Cause 1 − PRSOV2 V3 unserviceable.

2 If the PRSOV2 V3 lever moves freely, continue with this procedure.

(b)

Use a wrench to carefully move the PRSOV V3 lever to the OPEN position.

(c)

On the EICAS synoptic page, make sure the PRSOV2 V3 shows in the open position.

(d)

Use a wrench to carefully move the PRSOV V3 lever to the CLOSED position.

(e)

On the EICAS synoptic page, make sure the PRSOV2 V3 shows in the closed position.

1 If the position of the PRSOV2 V3 on the EICAS synoptic page is not the same as the position of the PRSOV2 V3 lever, go to the Fault Isolation and do the Possible Cause 1 − PRSOV2 V3 unserviceable.

2 If the PRSOV2 V3 lever position is the same as on the EICAS synoptic page, continue with this procedure.

(f)

Do an operational test of the PRSOV2 V3 (AMM 36−12−01−710−801).

1 If the operational test was not satisfactory, and the R PRESS REG SOV / NO CONTROL POS / DISAGREE (MDC Message) still shows, go to the Fault Isolation and do the Possible Cause 1 − PRSOV2 V3 unserviceable.

2 If the operational test was satisfactory, but the R PRESS REG SOV / NO CONTROL POS/DISAGREE (MDC Message) still shows, go to the Fault Isolation and do the Possible Cause 2 − Bleed air system failure.

(g)

If the MDC fault message shows and advanced diagnostics are necessary, go to the ADVANCED DIAGNOSTICS page to find the LRU that reports R PRESS REG SOV / NO CONTROL POS / DISAGREE (MDC Message) (AMM 45−45−00−970−817).

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(h)

Make a record of the label and bit combination and the (failure mode) relation to each of the possible causes identified.

(i)

If more information about the diagnostic word label is necessary, go to the DATA READER page (AMM 45−45−00−970−817).

(j)

To find the correct bit settings on the diagnostic word label, refer to the MDC Fault Equation Report shown in the Logic / LRU Equation.

(k)

If the MDC fault message does not show, no more corrective action is necessary. Go to the Close Out.

7.

Fault Isolation

A. Possible Causes

Do the fault isolation of the possible causes in the sequence that follows, as applicable:

(1)

PRSOV2 V3 unserviceable.

(2)

BLEED AIR control panel PL5 unserviceable.

(3)

Defective wiring interface.

(4)

ACSC2 A101 unserviceable.

B. Fault Isolation Action

Do the applicable fault isolation procedures, as identified in the list of possible causes, as follows:

(1)

Possible Cause 1 − PRSOV2 V3 unserviceable. Do the steps that follow:

(a)

Remove the PRSOV2 V3 (AMM 36−12−01−000−801).

(b)

Install a new PRSOV2 V3 (AMM 36−12−01−400−801).

(c)

Do the Fault Confirmation.

 

1 If there are no other fault indications, go to the Close Out.

2 If there are other fault indications, go to the Possible Cause 2 − BLEED AIR control panel PL5 unserviceable.

(2)

Possible Cause 2 − Bleed air system failure. Do the steps that follow:

(a) Do a check of the PRSOV2 sense line as follows:

NOTE:

The PRSOV2 sense line is installed on the right engine, between the PRSOV2 V3 and the wishbone duct.

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1 Make sure that the PRSOV2 sense line connections are tight.

2 If you find a loose connection, tighten and torque the connection (AMM 36−12−01−400−801 and AMM 36−13−03−400−801).

3 Examine the PRSOV2 sense line for cracks.

4 If you find a crack, replace the PRSOV2 sense line.

a If you replaced the PRSOV2 sense line, or if you tightened a connection, do the steps that follow:

1)

Do the Fault Confirmation.

2)

If the MDC fault message does not show, go to the Close Out.

3)

If the MDC fault message continues to show, continue with this procedure.

b If you found no problems with the PRSOV2 sense line, continue with this procedure.

(b) Do a check of the right pack−inlet pressure−sensor (PIPS) sense line as follows:

NOTE:

The PIPS sense line is installed in the aft equipment compartment, between the right PIPS MT10 and the right flow sensor venturi.

1 Make sure that the PIPS sense line connections are tight.

2 If you find a loose connection, tighten and torque the connection (AMM 20−22−00−910−801).

3 Examine the PIPS sense line for cracks.

4 If you find a crack, replace the PIPS sense line (AMM 21−53−13−000−802 and AMM 21−53−13−400−802).

a If you replaced the PIPS sense line, or if you tightened a connection, do the steps that follow:

1)

Do the Fault Confirmation.

2)

If the MDC fault message does not show, go to the Close Out.

3)

If the MDC fault message continues to show, continue with this procedure.

b If you found no problems with the PIPS sense line, continue with this procedure.

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5 Remove the PIPS sense line (AMM 21−53−13−000−802).

6 Examine the PIPS sense line for contamination from water.

7 If necessary, carefully remove the water from the PIPS sense line.

8 Install the PIPS sense line (AMM 21−53−13−400−802).

a If you removed water from the PIPS sense line, do the steps that follow:

1)

Do the Fault Confirmation.

2)

If the MDC fault message does not show, go to the Close Out.

3)

If the MDC fault message continues to show, continue with this procedure.

b If there was no water in the PIPS sense line, continue with this procedure.

(c) Do a check of the right pack−inlet flow−sensor (PIFS) sense line as follows:

NOTE:

The PIFS sense line is installed in the aft equipment compartment, between the right PIFS MT11 and the right flow sensor venturi.

1 Make sure that the PIFS sense line connections are tight.

2 If you find a loose connection, tighten and torque the connection (AMM 20−22−00−910−801).

3 Examine the PIFS sense line for cracks.

4 If you find a crack, replace the PIFS sense line (AMM 21−53−13−000−801 and AMM 21−53−13−400−801).

a If you replaced the PIFS sense line, or if you tightened a connection, do the steps that follow:

1)

Do the Fault Confirmation.

2)

If the MDC fault message does not show, go to the Close Out.

3)

If the MDC fault message continues to show, continue with this procedure.

b If you found no problems with the PIFS sense line, continue with this procedure.

5 Remove the PIFS sense line (AMM 21−53−13−000−801).

6 Examine the PIFS sense line for contamination from water.

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7 If necessary, carefully remove the water from the PIFS sense line.

8 Install the PIFS sense line (AMM 21−53−13−400−801).

a If you removed water from the PIFS sense line, do the steps that follow:

1)

Do the Fault Confirmation.

2)

If the MDC fault message does not show, go to the Close Out.

3)

If the MDC fault message continues to show, continue with this procedure.

b If there was no water in the PIFS sense line, continue with this procedure.

(d) Do a check of the right 6TH−stage check valve as follows:

1 Remove the right 6TH−stage check valve (AMM 36−11−03−000−801).

2 Make sure that the 6TH−stage check valve is in good condition and that it operates correctly.

3 Make sure that the two E−seals are in good condition.

a If the condition of the 6TH−stage check valve and/or E−seals is not satisfactory, do the steps that follow:

1)

Replace the defective component, as applicable (AMM 36−11−03−000−801 and AMM 36−11−03−400−801).

2)

Do the Fault Confirmation.

3)

If the MDC fault message does not show, go to the Close Out.

4)

If the MDC fault message continues to show, go to Possible Cause 3 − BLEED AIR control panel PL5 unserviceable.

b If the condition of the 6TH−stage check valve and E−seals is satisfactory, do the steps that follow:

1)

Do the installation the 6TH−stage check valve (AMM 36−11−03−400−801).

2)

Continue with this procedure.

(3)

Possible Cause 3 − BLEED AIR control panel PL5 unserviceable. Do the steps that follow:

(a)

Remove the BLEED AIR control panel PL5 (AMM 36−21−17−000−801).

(b)

Install a new BLEED AIR control panel PL5 (AMM 36−21−17−400−801).

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(c) Do the Fault Confirmation.

1 If there are no other fault indications, go to the Close Out.

2 If there are other fault indications, go to the Possible Cause 4 − Defective wiring interface.

(4)

Possible Cause 4 − Defective wiring interface. Do the steps that follow:

(a) Open and tag the circuit breakers that follow:

CB−PANEL

CB−NO

NAME

CBP−1

K6

ACS CONT 2 CH A

CBP−1

M4

ENG START R

CBP−2

K6

ACS R MAN

CBP−2 LOWER

S11

R BLEED SOV

CBP−2 LOWER

T7

ACS CONT 2 CH B

(b)

Disconnect the electrical connectors that follow (WDM 36−10−04, WDM 71−50−01):

– A101P1 from the ACSC2

– V3P52 from the PRSOV2 V3

– V3P53 from the PRSOV2 V3.

(c)

Loosen the fasteners and remove the front plate from the Junction Box 10 (JB10).

(d)

Do a continuity check between the pins of the electrical connectors, test points or ground studs that follow (WDM 36−10−04, WDM 71−50−01):

– From JB10−PCB3 test point A8 to A101P1 pin 100

– From JB10−PCB3 test point B7 to A101P1 pin 92

– From JB10−PCB3 test point A5 to V3P52 pin 1

– From JB10−PCB3 test point B5 to V3P52 pin 2

– From JB10−PCB3 test point B3 to PL5P1 pin d

– From JB10−PCB3 test point B4 to PL5P1 pin e

– From V3P53 pin 1 to A101P1 pin 26

– From V3P53 pin 3 to GS1630

– From PL5P1 pin f to GS1261.

(e)

If you find an open circuit, repair or replace the defective wiring interface (WDM 36−10−04, WDM 71−50−01).

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(f)

Install the front plate on the JB10 and tighten the fasteners.

(g)

Connect the electrical connectors that follow (WDM 36−10−04, WDM 71−50−01)

– A101P1 to the ACSC2

– V3P52 to the PRSOV2 V3

– V3P53 to the PRSOV2 V3.

(h)

Remove the tags and close the circuit breakers that follow:

CB−PANEL

CB−NO

NAME

CBP−1

K6

ACS CONT 2 CH A

CBP−1

M4

ENG START R

CBP−2

K6

ACS R MAN

CBP−2 LOWER

S11

R BLEED SOV

CBP−2 LOWER

T7

ACS CONT 2 CH B

(i)

Do the Fault Confirmation.

(j)

If there are no other fault indications, go to the Close Out.

(k)

If there are other fault indications, go to the Possible Cause 4.

(5)

Possible Cause 4 − ACSC2 A101 unserviceable. Do the steps that follow:

(a)

Remove the ACSC2 A101 (AMM 21−61−04−000−801).

(b)

Install a new ACSC2 A101 (AMM 21−61−04−400−801).

(c)

Do the Fault Confirmation.

(d)

If there are no other fault indications, go to the Close Out.

8. Close Out

A. Remove all tools, equipment, and unwanted materials from the work area.

B. Close the access doors that follow, as applicable:

PANEL

NAME

MANUAL NO

REFERENCE

311BB

Aft Equipment Compartment Door

   

811

Main Avionics Compartment Door

   

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C. Close the right engine cowling, as applicable (AMM 71−10−00−410−801).

D. Remove electrical power from the aircraft (AMM 24−00−00−861−802).

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