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CHAPTER 12 - SERVICING
TABLE OF CONTENTS
REFERENCE
CHAPTER 12
12-00-00
12-00-00 PB 001
12-00-00-14500-N
12-00-00-14600-A
12-00-00-14700-D
12-00-00 PB 201
12-00-00-481-002-A
12-00-00-991-00300-A

SUBJECT

SERVICING - GENERAL
SERVICING - GENERAL - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
Drainage Points
NO STEP Areas
Ground Service Connections
SERVICING - GENERAL - MAINTENANCE PRACTICES
Installation of the Wingrip
Installation of the Wingrip

12-10-00
12-10-00 PB 001

REPLENISHING
REPLENISHING - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION

12-11-00
12-11-00 PB 001
12-11-28
12-11-28 PB 301
12-11-28-650-001-A

FUEL
FUEL - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
FUEL SYSTEM
FUEL SYSTEM - SERVICING
General Refuel/Defuel Safety Procedures

12-11-28-991-00100-A
12-11-28-650-002-A

Refuel/Defuel Safety Procedures for use in the Hangar

12-11-28-650-003-A
12-11-28-991-00200-A

Pressure Refuel with Automatic Control


Refuel/Defuel Coupling

12-11-28-991-00400-G

Refuel/Defuel Control Panel 800VU, Preselector 5QT and Indicator 6QT

12-11-28-650-004-A
12-11-28-650-005-A
12-11-28-991-00600-B
12-11-28-650-006-A

Pressure Refuel with Manual Control


Pressure Refuel without Electrical Power
Refuel Valve
Overwing (Gravity) Refuel

12-11-28-991-00800-A
12-11-28-860-001-A
12-11-28-860-002-A

Gravity Refuel Cap


Procedure to use the ADIRU to Find the Pitch and Roll Data
Procedure to use the FQIC Input Parameters to Find the Pitch and Roll
Data
Use of Magnetic Level Indicators (MLI)

12-11-28-650-007-A
12-11-28-991-00900-B
12-11-28-991-01100-A
12-11-28-991-01200-A
12-11-28-991-02400-A
12-11-28-991-01400-A
12-11-28-991-02500-A
12-11-28-991-01500-A

AES

Refuel Safety Area

Magnetic Level Indicators (MLI)


Attitude Monitor
How to Read a Wing Tank MLI
How to Read the CTR MLI
Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.1 Attitudes A and G
Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.2 Attitudes A and G
Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.3 Attitudes A and G

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12-11-28-991-02600-A
12-11-28-991-03600-A
12-11-28-991-01600-A
12-11-28-991-02700-A
12-11-28-991-01700-A
12-11-28-991-02800-A
12-11-28-991-03700-A
12-11-28-991-01800-A
12-11-28-991-02900-A
12-11-28-991-01900-A
12-11-28-991-03000-A
12-11-28-991-03800-A
12-11-28-991-02000-A
12-11-28-991-03100-A
12-11-28-991-03400-A
12-11-28-991-03500-A
12-11-28-991-03900-A
12-11-28-991-02100-A
12-11-28-991-03200-A
12-11-28-991-02200-A
12-11-28-991-03300-A
12-12-00
12-12-00 PB 001
12-12-00-12500-A
12-12-00-12900-A
12-12-00-13200-A
12-12-29
12-12-29 PB 301
12-12-29-611-001-A
12-12-29-991-00100-A
12-12-29-611-002-A
12-12-32
12-12-32 PB 301
12-12-32-611-001-A
12-12-32-991-00100-A
12-12-32-991-01200-A
12-12-32-991-03400-A
12-12-32-991-04100-A
12-12-32-991-04200-A

AES

Fuel
Fuel
Fuel
Fuel
Fuel
Fuel
Fuel
Fuel
Fuel
Fuel
Fuel
Fuel
Fuel
Fuel
Fuel
Fuel
Fuel
Fuel
Fuel
Fuel
Fuel

Quantity
Quantity
Quantity
Quantity
Quantity
Quantity
Quantity
Quantity
Quantity
Quantity
Quantity
Quantity
Quantity
Quantity
Quantity
Quantity
Quantity
Quantity
Quantity
Quantity
Quantity

SUBJECT
MLI Stick No.4 Attitudes A and
MLI Stick No.5 Attitudes A and
MLI Stick No.1 Attitudes B and
MLI Stick No.2 Attitudes B and
MLI Stick No.3 Attitudes B and
MLI Stick No.4 Attitudes B and
MLI Stick No.5 Attitudes B and
MLI Stick No.1 Attitudes C and
MLI Stick No.2 Attitudes C and
MLI Stick No.3 Attitudes C and
MLI Stick No.4 Attitudes C and
MLI Stick No.5 Attitudes C and
MLI Stick No.1 Attitude D
MLI Stick No.2 Attitude D
MLI Stick No.3 Attitude D
MLI Stick No.4 Attitude D
MLI Stick No.5 Attitude D
CTR MLI Attitudes A and G
CTR MLI Attitudes B and F
CTR MLI Attitudes C and E
CTR MLI Attitude D

G
G
F
F
F
F
F
E
E
E
E
E

HYDRAULIC FLUIDS
HYDRAULIC FLUIDS - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
Characteristics of Phosphate Ester Base - Hydraulic Fluids
Characteristics of Mineral Base Fluids
Hydraulic Fluid Property In-Service Limits
HYDRAULIC POWER
HYDRAULIC POWER - SERVICING
Fill the Hydraulic Fluid Reservoir with a Hand Pump
Ground Service Panel of the Green Hydraulic System
Fill the Hydraulic Fluid Reservoir with a Hydraulic Service Cart
LANDING GEAR
LANDING GEAR - SERVICING
NLG Shock Absorber Oil Replenishment and Nitrogen Filling (Aircraft on
Wheels)
NLG Shock Absorber Replenishment - Location and Detail
NLG Shock Absorber - Filling System
NLG Shock Absorber - Dimension H
NLG Pressure/Extension Data (Weight on Wheels) - Positive
Temperatures
NLG Pressure/Extension Data (Weight on Wheels) - Negative
Temperatures

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12-12-32-611-005-A
12-12-32-991-04000-A
12-12-32-611-002-A
12-12-32-991-00400-A
12-12-32-611-004-A
12-12-32-991-03000-A
12-12-32-991-03100-A
12-12-32-991-03300-A
12-12-32-991-04300-D

Pressure/Temperature Table - Shock Absorber Fully Extended


Replenishment of the Alternate Brake Reservoir
Alternate-Brake Reservoir Replenishment - Detail and Location
Check of MLG Shock Absorber Fluid Level
MLG Two Stage Shock Absorber Charging Valves - Detail and Location
MLG Two Stage Shock Absorber - Typical Filling System
MLG Two Stage Shock Absorber - Dimension H
MLG Two-Stage Shock Absorber - Pressure/Extension Graph (Metric
Units)

12-12-32-611-008-A
12-12-32-991-00800-A
12-12-32-991-00900-A
12-12-32-611-006-A
12-12-32-991-01400-C
12-12-32-610-001-A

Hydraulic Replenishment of the MLG Two-Stage Shock Absorber


MLG Two Stage Shock Absorber - Filling System
MLG Two Stage Shock Absorber - Replenishment Location and Detail
Replenishment of the MLG Torque Link Damper
Torque Link Damper
Check NLG Shock Absorber Fluid Level and Charge Pressure (Two-Point
Check - Aircraft on Jacks to start)

12-12-32-991-02400-A
12-12-32-610-001-A-01

NLG Maintenance Plan - Aircraft on Jacks to Start


Check NLG Shock Absorber Fluid Level and Charge Pressure (Two-Point
Check - Aircraft on Ground to start)

12-12-32-991-02500-A
12-12-32-610-002-A
12-12-32-991-02600-A
12-12-32-991-03800-A
12-12-32-991-02800-A
12-12-32-610-002-A-01
12-12-32-991-03900-A

NLG Maintenance Plan - Aircraft on Ground to start


Check of NLG Shock Absorber Charge Pressure and Fluid Level
Limit of the H Dimension
NLG Maintenance Plan - Aircraft in Heavy Configuration to Start
NLG Shock Absorber - Filling System
Check of NLG Shock Absorber Charge Pressure and Fluid Level
NLG Maintenance Plan - Aircraft in Light Configuration to Start

12-13-00
12-13-00 PB 001
12-13-24
12-13-24 PB 301 CONF 13
12-13-24-680-010-A
12-13-24-991-15200-B
12-13-24-612-011-A
12-13-24-991-15000-B
12-13-24-612-010-A
12-13-24-991-15100-A
12-13-27
12-13-27 PB 301
12-13-27-612-001-A

AES

SUBJECT
NLG Shock Absorber Oil Replenishment and Nitrogen Filling (Aircraft on
Jacks)

OIL
OIL - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
ELECTRICAL POWER
ELECTRICAL POWER - SERVICING
Draining of the Oil from the IDG
IDG Servicing - IDG Drain and Fill Ports
IDG Servicing - Filling of the IDG with Oil or Addition of Oil after a Level
Check
IDG - Servicing
Do Quick Oil Servicing - Filling of the Integrated Drive Generator (IDG)
with Oil for Oil Complement after Level Check
Quick Oil Servicing - IDG
FLIGHT CONTROLS
FLIGHT CONTROLS - SERVICING
Oil Replenishment of the THS Actuator

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12-13-27-612-002-A
12-13-27-991-00200-A

SUBJECT
THS Actuator
Oil Replenishment of the Flap PCU Gearbox
Flap Power-Control Unit (6201CM)

12-13-27-612-003-A
12-13-27-991-00300-A

Oil Replenishment of the Slat PCU Gearbox


Slat Power-Control Unit (6001CM)

12-13-27-612-004-A
12-13-27-991-00400-A
12-13-27-612-005-A
12-13-27-991-00500-A
12-13-27-991-00600-A
12-13-29
12-13-29 PB 301
12-13-29-600-001-A

Drain and Refill Offset Gearboxes of Rotary Actuators with Semi-fluid


Flap Actuators - Tracks 1, 2, 3 and 4
Drain and Refill Flap Actuator Assemblies with Semi-fluid
Flap Actuator - Track 1
Flap Actuators - Tracks 2 thru 4
HYDRAULIC POWER
HYDRAULIC POWER - SERVICING
Servicing of the Ram Air Turbine (RAT)

12-13-29-991-00100-A
12-13-49
12-13-49 PB 301
12-13-49-612-001-A
12-13-79
12-13-79 PB 301 CONF 13
12-13-79-610-010-A
12-13-79-991-15000-A
12-13-79-991-15100-A
12-13-79-991-15200-A
12-13-79-991-15300-A
12-13-79-610-011-A
12-13-79-991-15400-A
12-13-79-610-012-A
12-13-80
12-13-80 PB 301 CONF 13
12-13-80-600-011-B
12-13-80-991-15100-C
12-13-80-600-010-B
12-13-80-991-15300-A

Ram Air Turbine


APU
APU - SERVICING
Check APU Oil Level and Replenish
ENGINE OIL
ENGINE OIL - SERVICING
Drain the Engine Oil System
Oil Tank Filler Cap
Oil Tank and Oil Pressure Pump Filter Drains
External Gearbox Chip Detectors
Oil Scavenge Filter Drain
Check Oil Level and Replenish
Illustration of the Sight Glass Markings
Prime the Engine Oil System
ENGINE STARTING
ENGINE STARTING - SERVICING
Drain and Replenish Oil System
Starter Drain Plug and magnetic Chip Detector
Replenishment of Starter Oil System
Starter - Oil Servicing

12-14-00
12-14-00 PB 001
12-14-29
12-14-29 PB 301
12-14-29-614-001-A
12-14-29-991-00100-B
12-14-29-991-00300-A
12-14-32
12-14-32 PB 301

GAS
GAS - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
HYDRAULIC POWER
HYDRAULIC POWER - SERVICING
Fill the Hydraulic Power Accumulators with Nitrogen
Hydraulic Power Accumulators - Location
Hydraulic Power Accumulator - Pressure Graph
LANDING GEAR
LANDING GEAR - SERVICING

AES

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12-14-32-614-001-A
12-14-32-614-002-A
12-14-32-991-00100-A
12-14-32-991-00200-A
12-14-32-991-00300-B
12-14-32-614-003-A
12-14-32-991-01900-A
12-14-32-991-02000-B
12-14-32-991-00400-A
12-14-32-991-02100-B

SUBJECT
Nitrogen Filling of the Tires
Nitrogen Filling of the Yellow Hydraulic System, Brake Pressure
Accumulator
Brake Accumulator - Filling System Schematic
Brake Accumulator Assembly - Detail and Location
Yellow System Brake Accumulator - Pressure Graph
Check of MLG Shock Absorber Charge Pressure
Possible Points of Leakage from the Gland Seals
Details of the Spare-Seal Activating-Valve
MLG Two Stage Shock Absorber Charging Valves - Detail and Location
MLG Two Stage Shock Absorber - Typical Filling System

12-14-32-991-00500-D

MLG Two-Stage Shock Absorber - Pressure/Extension Graph (Metric


Units)

12-14-32-991-02500-D

MLG Two Stage Shock Absorber - Pressure Extension Graph (Imp.


Units)

12-14-32-991-02700-H
12-14-32-200-001-A
12-14-32-991-02400-A
12-14-32-614-004-A
12-14-32-991-00600-A
12-14-32-991-01700-A

Charging Pressures - Weight off Wheels


Inspection of the MLG Shock Absorbers Before Flight
MLG Two-Stage Shock Absorber - Dimension H
Check NLG Shock Absorber Charge Pressure
NLG Charging Valve - Detail and Location
NLG Shock Absorber - Filling System

12-14-32-991-03000-A

Pressure/Temperature Table - Shock Absorber Fully Extended

12-14-32-991-03100-A
12-14-32-991-03200-A

NLG Shock Absorber - Dimension H


NLG Pressure/Extension Data (Weight on Wheels) - Positive
Temperatures

12-14-32-991-03300-A
12-14-32-200-002-A
12-14-35
12-14-35 PB 301
12-14-35-600-001-A
12-14-35-991-00100-A
12-14-35-991-00300-A
12-14-35-991-00200-A

NLG Pressure/Extension Data (Weight on Wheels) - Negative


Temperatures
Check NLG Shock Absorber Bottoming
OXYGEN
OXYGEN - SERVICING
Servicing of the Oxygen-Replenishing
Location of the Oxygen System
Filling Pressure
Location of the Oxygen Fill Port.

12-15-00
12-15-00 PB 001
12-15-38
12-15-38 PB 301
12-15-38-613-001-A

WATER
WATER - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
POTABLE WATER
POTABLE WATER - SERVICING
Fill the Potable Water Tank System (Aircraft Electrical Power Available)

12-15-38-991-00100-D
12-15-38-613-002-A

AES

Potable Water Service-Panel 2023VU


Fill the Potable Water Tank System (Aircraft Electrical Power not
Available)

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SUBJECT
Potable water Service-Panel 2023VU

12-16-00
12-16-00 PB 001
12-16-25
12-16-25 PB 301
12-16-25-613-001-A
12-16-25-991-00100-C
12-16-38
12-16-38 PB 301
12-16-38-613-001-A
12-16-38-991-00100-I

LAVATORY
LAVATORY - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
LAVATORY ARTICLE
LAVATORY ARTICLE - SERVICING
Servicing of the Liquid Soap Dispenser
Soap Dispenser
TOILET SANITARY FLUID
TOILET SANITARY FLUID - SERVICING
Servicing of the Toilet System
Service Panel - Location

12-17-00
12-17-00 PB 001
12-17-30
12-17-30 PB 301
12-17-30-200-001-A

RAIN REPELLENT
RAIN REPELLENT - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
ICE AND RAIN PROTECTION
ICE AND RAIN PROTECTION - SERVICING
Inspection/Check of the Level and Pressure of the Rain Repellent Fluid

12-17-30-991-00100-C

Rain-Repellent Fluid Gage

12-20-00
12-20-00 PB 001

SCHEDULED SERVICING
SCHEDULED SERVICING - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION

12-21-00
12-21-00 PB 001
12-21-11
12-21-11 PB 301
12-21-11-615-002-A
12-21-11-991-00200-A
12-21-11-991-00300-A
12-21-11-991-00400-A
12-21-11-991-00600-A

CLEANING
CLEANING - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
EXTERNAL CLEANING
EXTERNAL CLEANING - SERVICING
External Cleaning
AOA Protection
Gun Direction and Spray Shape
Cleaning Methods
Specific Composite Parts

12-21-11-991-00500-A
12-21-12
12-21-12 PB 301
12-21-12-100-001-A
12-21-12-991-00400-A

INTERNAL CLEANING
INTERNAL CLEANING - SERVICING
Cleaning of the Cockpit Display-Units
Cockpit Display Units

12-21-12-100-002-A

Cleaning of the Cockpit Equipment/Furnishings

12-21-12-991-00700-A
12-21-12-991-00100-A
12-21-12-100-003-A

Linings and Furnishings - Cockpit


Vacuum Cleaner Sockets
Cleaning of the Carpets and Non-Textile Floor Covering (NTF)

12-21-12-991-00500-A
12-21-12-100-004-A

AES

FWD Section Sensitive Parts (Typical)

Component Location/Surface Finish Identification


Cleaning of the Plastic Surfaces and Mirrors

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12-21-12-100-005-A
12-21-12-100-006-A
12-21-12-100-007-A

SUBJECT
Linings and Furnishings - Lavatory
Cleaning of the Seat Covers and the Curtains
Cleaning of the Light Alloy and Steel Components
Cleaning of the Cargo Compartments

12-21-12-100-008-A

Cleaning of the Cabin Monitors and Display Screens (if installed)

12-21-12-100-009-A
12-21-12-100-010-A
12-21-12-670-001-A
12-21-12-670-002-A

Cleaning of the Plastic Wash Basin in the Lavatories


Cleaning of the Galleys
Disinfection of the Aircraft Equipment and Furnishing
Disinsectization of the Aircraft Equipment and Furnishing

12-21-12-670-004-A

Fumigation of the Fuselage Pressurized Areas with Carbon-Dioxide (CO2


Gas)

12-21-12-991-00200-A
12-21-12-991-00800-A
12-21-12-670-006-A
12-21-13
12-21-13 PB 701
12-21-13-100-001-A
12-21-13-991-00100-A
12-21-13-991-00200-A
12-21-13-100-002-A
12-21-13-991-00300-A

Adapter Air-Outflow Valve


Adapter Cockpit Sliding Window
Special Precautions to Apply Insecticide Agent in Auxiliary Area
Compartments and Cargo Compartments, during Turn-Around
DUST REMOVAL
DUST REMOVAL - CLEANING/PAINTING
Cleaning of the Avionics Compartment and the Cockpit
Location of Units in the Cockpit (Panels 10VU and 13VU)
Location of Shelves and Computers in the Avionics Compartment
Cleaning of the Grids of the 70VU, 103VU, 106VU and 107VU
Location of Units in Avionics Compartment

12-22-00
12-22-00 PB 001
12-22-00-12400-A
12-22-27
12-22-27 PB 301
12-22-27-640-003-A
12-22-27-991-00300-A

LUBRICATION
LUBRICATION - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
Lubrication Symbols
FLIGHT CONTROLS
FLIGHT CONTROLS - SERVICING
Lubrication of Trimmable Horizontal Stabilizer Actuator Ball Screw Nut
Trimmable Horizontal Stabilizer (THS) Actuator.

12-22-27-640-004-A
12-22-27-991-00100-C
12-22-27-991-00600-A
12-22-27-640-005-A
12-22-27-991-00700-A
12-22-27-640-006-A
12-22-27-991-00200-A
12-22-27-640-007-A
12-22-27-991-00400-A

Lubricate all Carriage Rollers on all Flap Tracks


Flap Track Carriage Rollers - Lubrication Points
Flap Track Carriage Rollers and Drive Lever Arm - Lubrication Points
Lubrication of Spoiler No.1 to 5 Servo Control Bearings
Spoiler Servo Control Bearing - Lubrication Point
Lubrication of all Slat Track Rollers, Pinion Bearings, Pinions and Rack
Teeth
Slats - Lubrication Points
Lubrication of the THS Mechanical Control Chains
Removal/Installation of the Protective Covers

12-22-27-991-00500-A
12-22-27-640-008-A

Control Chains
Remove Flap Rotary Actuators For Regreasing

12-22-27-640-009-A

Lubrication of the THS Rear Cable (Area of Tension Regulator)

AES

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12-22-29
12-22-29 PB 301
12-22-29-600-001-A
12-22-29-991-00100-A
12-22-32
12-22-32 PB 301
12-22-32-640-001-A
12-22-32-991-00100-H
12-22-32-991-00200-D
12-22-32-640-002-A
12-22-32-991-00300-C
12-22-32-991-00400-A
12-22-52
12-22-52 PB 301
12-22-52-640-002-A
12-22-52-991-00200-D
12-22-52-991-00300-F
12-22-52-991-03200-A
12-22-52-991-03000-B
12-22-52-991-03100-A
12-22-52-991-03300-G
12-22-52-640-005-A
12-22-52-991-00700-A
12-22-52-640-006-A
12-22-52-991-00800-A
12-22-52-991-00600-B
12-22-52-640-007-A
12-22-52-991-01500-A
12-22-52-991-03700-A
12-22-52-640-008-A
12-22-52-991-01000-A
12-22-52-640-009-A
12-22-52-991-01400-B
12-22-52-640-014-A
12-22-52-991-02200-B
12-22-52-991-02900-A

AES

SUBJECT
Removal/Installation of the Protective Covers.
HYDRAULIC POWER
HYDRAULIC POWER - SERVICING
Lubrication of the Ram Air Turbine (RAT) Door Hinges
Lubrication of the Ram Air Turbine (RAT) Door Hinges
LANDING GEAR
LANDING GEAR - SERVICING
Lubrication of Main Landing Gear and Doors
MLG - Lubrication Points
MLG Door and Uplocks - Lubrication Points
Lubrication of Nose Landing Gear and Doors
NLG - Lubrication Points
NLG Door and Uplocks - Lubrication Points
DOORS
DOORS - SERVICING
Lubrication of the FWD and AFT Cargo-Compartment Doors
Lubrication of the Switch Mechanism and the Piano Hinges at the FWD
Cargo-Compartment Door
Lubrication of the Switch Mechanism and the Piano Hinges of the AFT
Cargo-Compartment Door
Lubrication of the Vent Door Mechanism
Lubrication of the Latching Unit
Lubrication of the Interlock Mechanism
Lubrication of the Drift Pin Mechanism
Lubrication of the Door-Warning Proximity-Switch Actuating-Mechanism
Actuating Mechanism of Proximity Switches
Lubrication of the External Control Handles of the FWD and AFT
Passenger/Crew Doors
Lubrication of the External Control Handles-FWD and AFT
Passenger/Crew Doors
Lubrication of the Telescopic Arm
Lubrication of the BULK-Cargo Compartment-Door Handle and Hinge
Arms Bearings
External Door Handle of Bulk Cargo-Compartment Door
Lubrication of the Hinge Arms Bearings
Lubrication of the Avionics Compartment-Door Handles
External Door Handle of Avionics Compartment Doors
Lubrication of the FWD and AFT Cargo-Compartment Door Handle
Lubrication of the FWD and AFT Cargo Compartment-Door Handle
Lubrication of Safety Pin Guide Fitting and Door Arming/Disarming
Mechanism
Lubrication of the Safety Guide Fitting and Door Arming/Disarming
Mechanism
Lubrication of the Girt Bar Spring

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REFERENCE
12-22-52-640-016-A
12-22-52-991-02800-A
12-22-53
12-22-53 PB 301
12-22-53-640-001-A

12-22-53-991-00200-A
12-22-55
12-22-55 PB 301
12-22-55-640-001-A
12-22-55-991-00100-A
12-22-55-640-002-A
12-22-55-991-00200-A
12-22-56
12-22-56 PB 301
12-22-56-600-001-A
12-22-56-991-00100-A

SUBJECT
Lubrication of the Hinge-Arm Support-Fitting Bearings
Lubrication of the Hinge-Arm Support-Fitting Bearings
FUSELAGE
FUSELAGE - SERVICING
Lubrication of Trimmable Horizontal Stabilizer Bearings and Attachment
Fittings with Grease Mat. No. 04-004
Lubrication Points of the Hinge and Attach Fittings of the Horizontal
Stabilizer
Lubrication of Trimmable Horizontal Stabilizer Bearings and Attachment
Fittings with Grease Mat. No. 04-037
Lubrication of the Attach and Hinge fittings of the Horizontal Stabilizer
STABILIZERS
STABILIZERS - SERVICING
Lubrication of Rudder Hinge Bearing No. 6 with Grease Mat. No. 04-004
Rudder Hinge Bearing No. 6
Lubrication of Rudder Hinge Bearing No. 6 with Grease MAT. No. 04-037
Rudder Hinge Bearing No. 6
WINDOWS
WINDOWS - SERVICING
Lubrication of the Cockpit Sliding Window Tracks
Lubrication of Sliding Windows Mechanism Tracks

12-24-00
12-24-00 PB 001
12-24-34
12-24-34 PB 301
12-24-34-600-001-A
12-24-34-991-00100-A
12-24-38
12-24-38 PB 201
12-24-38-680-001-A

DRAINAGE
DRAINAGE - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
AIR DATA SYSTEM
AIR DATA SYSTEM - SERVICING
Bleeding of the Standby Air Data System
Standby Air Data System Water Drain
POTABLE WATER SYSTEM
POTABLE WATER SYSTEM - MAINTENANCE PRACTICES
Draining of the Potable Water System (with Electrical Power)

12-22-53-991-00100-A
12-22-53-640-002-A

12-24-38-991-00400-C
12-24-38-680-002-A
12-28-00
12-28-00 PB 001

Potable Water Service-Panel


Draining of the Potable Water System (without Electrical Power)
USE OF MANUAL (MAGNETIC) FUEL QUANTITY INDICATORS
USE OF MANUAL (MAGNETIC) FUEL QUANTITY INDICATORS DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION

12-30-00
12-30-00 PB 001

UNSCHEDULED SERVICING
UNSCHEDULED SERVICING - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION

12-31-00
12-31-00 PB 001
12-31-00 PB 201

AIRCRAFT PROTECTION
AIRCRAFT PROTECTION - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
AIRCRAFT PROTECTION - MAINTENANCE PRACTICES

AES

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12-31-00-600-001-A
12-31-11
12-31-11 PB 201
12-31-11-660-001-A
12-31-12
12-31-12 PB 201
12-31-12-660-002-A
12-31-12-660-003-A
12-31-12-660-006-A
12-31-12-660-008-A
12-31-12-660-007-A
12-31-21
12-31-21 PB 201
12-31-21-660-001-A
12-31-24
12-31-24 PB 201
12-31-24-660-001-A
12-31-24-991-00100-A
12-31-25
12-31-25 PB 201
12-31-25-660-001-A
12-31-27
12-31-27 PB 201
12-31-27-660-001-A
12-31-28
12-31-28 PB 201
12-31-28-660-001-A
12-31-31
12-31-31 PB 201
12-31-31-660-001-A
12-31-32
12-31-32 PB 201
12-31-32-660-001-A
12-31-35
12-31-35 PB 201
12-31-35-660-001-A
12-31-38

AES

SUBJECT
Cold Weather Maintenance Procedures
ANTI-ICING PROTECTION
ANTI-ICING PROTECTION - MAINTENANCE PRACTICES
Cold Weather Maintenance - Anti-Icing Protection
ICE AND SNOW REMOVAL
ICE AND SNOW REMOVAL - MAINTENANCE PRACTICES
De-icing of the Aircraft in Power-Off Condition
De-icing of the Aircraft in Power-On Condition
De-icing of the Aircraft by InfraRed Facilities
Forward Fuselage Ice Accretion De-icing
De-icing of the Aircraft after Landing with Snow on the Runway
COLD WEATHER MAINTENANCE - AIR CONDITIONING
COLD WEATHER MAINTENANCE - AIR CONDITIONING MAINTENANCE PRACTICES
Cold Weather Maintenance - Air Conditioning
COLD WEATHER MAINTENANCE - ELECTRICAL POWER
COLD WEATHER MAINTENANCE - ELECTRICAL POWER MAINTENANCE PRACTICES
Cold Weather Maintenance - Electrical Power
Batteries Cooling Down Curve
COLD WEATHER MAINTENANCE - EQUIPMENT/FURNISHINGS
COLD WEATHER MAINTENANCE - EQUIPMENT/FURNISHINGS MAINTENANCE PRACTICES
Cold Weather Maintenance - Equipment/Furnishings
COLD WEATHER MAINTENANCE - FLIGHT CONTROLS
COLD WEATHER MAINTENANCE - FLIGHT CONTROLS MAINTENANCE PRACTICES
Cold Weather Maintenance - Flight Controls
COLD WEATHER MAINTENANCE - FUEL
COLD WEATHER MAINTENANCE - FUEL - MAINTENANCE
PRACTICES
Cold Weather Maintenance - Fuel
COLD WEATHER MAINTENANCE - INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS
AND NAVIGATION
COLD WEATHER MAINTENANCE - INDICATING/RECORDING
SYSTEMS AND NAVIGATION - MAINTENANCE PRACTICES
Cold Weather Maintenance - Indicating/Recording systems and Navigation
COLD WEATHER MAINTENANCE - LANDING GEAR
COLD WEATHER MAINTENANCE - LANDING GEAR - MAINTENANCE
PRACTICES
Cold Weather Maintenance - Landing Gear
COLD WEATHER MAINTENANCE - OXYGEN
COLD WEATHER MAINTENANCE - OXYGEN - MAINTENANCE
PRACTICES
Cold Weather Maintenance - Oxygen System
COLD WEATHER MAINTENANCE - WATER/ WASTE

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12-31-38 PB 201
12-31-38-660-001-A
12-31-49
12-31-49 PB 201
12-31-49-660-001-A
12-31-51
12-31-51 PB 201
12-31-51-660-001-A
12-31-52
12-31-52 PB 201
12-31-52-660-001-A
12-31-71
12-31-71 PB 201
12-31-71-660-001-A
12-32-00
12-32-00 PB 001
12-32-24
12-32-24 PB 301
12-32-24-281-001-A
12-32-24-991-00100-C
12-32-28
12-32-28 PB 301
12-32-28-281-001-A
12-32-28-991-00100-B
12-32-28-991-00700-B
12-32-28-281-003-A
12-32-28-991-00500-A
12-32-28-991-00600-A
12-32-29
12-32-29 PB 301
12-32-29-281-001-A
12-32-29-991-00100-A
12-32-49
12-32-49 PB 301
12-32-49-281-001-A
12-32-49-991-00100-B
12-32-79
12-32-79 PB 301 CONF 13
12-32-79-600-010-A

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SUBJECT
COLD WEATHER MAINTENANCE - WATER/ WASTE - MAINTENANCE
PRACTICES
Cold Weather Maintenance - Water/Waste
COLD WEATHER MAINTENANCE - AIRBORNE AUXILIARY POWER
COLD WEATHER MAINTENANCE - AIRBORNE AUXILIARY POWER MAINTENANCE PRACTICES
Cold Weather Maintenance - Auxiliary Power Unit
COLD WEATHER MAINTENANCE - STRUCTURE
COLD WEATHER MAINTENANCE - STRUCTURE - MAINTENANCE
PRACTICES
Cold Weather Maintenance - Structure
COLD WEATHER MAINTENANCE - DOORS
COLD WEATHER MAINTENANCE - DOORS - MAINTENANCE
PRACTICES
Cold Weather Maintenance - Doors
COLD WEATHER MAINTENANCE - POWER PLANT
COLD WEATHER MAINTENANCE - POWER PLANT - MAINTENANCE
PRACTICES
Cold Weather Maintenance - Power Plant
SAMPLING FOR ANALYSIS
SAMPLING FOR ANALYSIS - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
INTEGRATED DRIVE GENERATOR OIL
INTEGRATED DRIVE GENERATOR OIL - SERVICING
Sampling of the IDG Oil for Analysis
IDG Oil Sampling for Analysis
FUEL
FUEL - SERVICING
Drain Water Content
Fuel Sampling For Analysis
Fuel Sampling For Analysis - Suction Procedure
Sample Fuel for Microbiological Contamination Analysis
Maintenance Plan Flowchart - Microbiological Contamination
Microbiological Contamination Test Kits - Comparison Table
HYDRAULIC FLUID
HYDRAULIC FLUID - SERVICING
Hydraulic Fluid Sample of Green, Blue and Yellow Systems for Analysis
Sampling Valves - Location and Operation
APU
APU - SERVICING
Oil Sampling for Analysis
Oil Sampling for Analysis
ENGINE OIL
ENGINE OIL - SERVICING
Sampling of the Engine Oil for Analysis

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12-32-79-991-15000-A

SUBJECT
Oil Tank Filler Cap

12-33-00
12-33-00 PB 001
12-33-21
12-33-21 PB 201
12-33-21-618-001-A
12-33-21-991-00300-A
12-33-21-618-001-A-01
12-33-21-991-00100-A
12-33-21-618-001-A-02
12-33-21 PB 301
12-33-21-600-001-A

PRE-CONDITIONING
PRE-CONDITIONING - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
GROUND AIR PRE-CONDITIONING
GROUND AIR PRE-CONDITIONING - MAINTENANCE PRACTICES
Pre-conditioning through the LP Ground Connection
LP and HP Ground Connectors
Pre-conditioning through the HP Ground Connection
Air Condition Panel
Pre-conditioning with the APU
GROUND AIR PRE-CONDITIONING - SERVICING
Pre-conditioning through the LP Ground Connection

12-34-00
12-34-00 PB 001
12-34-24
12-34-24 PB 201
12-34-24-869-001-B

GROUNDING POINTS
GROUNDING POINTS - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
AIRCRAFT GROUNDING
AIRCRAFT GROUNDING - MAINTENANCE PRACTICES
Aircraft Grounding for the Refuel/Defuel and Oxygen Servicing Operations

12-34-24-991-00100-A
12-34-24-991-00200-A
12-34-24-991-00300-A
12-34-24-869-002-A
12-36-00
12-36-00 PB 001
12-36-29
12-36-29 PB 301
12-36-29-170-001-A

AES

Location of the Grounding Point on the Nose Landing Gear


Location of the Grounding Point on the Main Landing Gear
Grounding Point on the Wing Upper Surface
Aircraft Grounding for the Maintenance Operations
SYSTEM LINE FLUSHING
SYSTEM LINE FLUSHING - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
HYDRAULIC POWER
HYDRAULIC POWER - SERVICING
Flushing of the Green Hydraulic System of the Engine Driven Pump
(EDP)

12-36-29-991-00100-A
12-36-29-170-002-A

Green Hydraulic System of the EDP 1030GK - Flushing Schematic


Flushing of the Yellow Hydraulic System of the Engine Driven Pump
(EDP)

12-36-29-991-00200-A
12-36-29-170-003-A
12-36-29-991-00300-A

Yellow Hydraulic System of the EDP 3030GD - Flushing Schematic


Flushing of the Blue Hydraulic System of the Electrically Driven Pump
Blue Hydraulic System of the Electrically Driven Pump 2075GJ Flushing Schematic

12-36-29-170-004-A

Flushing of the Green Hydraulic System of the Power Transfer Unit (PTU)

12-36-29-991-00400-A
12-36-29-170-005-A

Green Hydraulic System of the PTU 1088GM - Flushing Schematic


Flushing of the Yellow Hydraulic System of the Power Transfer Unit
(PTU)

12-36-29-991-00500-A
12-36-29-170-006-A

Yellow Hydraulic System of the PTU 1088GM - Flushing Schematic


Flushing of the Yellow Hydraulic System of the Electrically Driven Pump

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12-36-29-991-00600-A
12-36-29-170-007-A
12-36-29-991-00700-A
12-36-29-170-008-A

Green Hydraulic System of the Flap PCU 6201CM - Flushing Schematic


Flushing of the Yellow Hydraulic System of the Flap Power Control-Unit
(PCU) (PCU) 6201CM

12-36-29-991-00800-A
12-36-29-170-009-A

Yellow Hydraulic System of the Flap PCU 6201CM - Flushing Schematic


Flushing of the Green Hydraulic System of the Slat Power Control-Unit
(PCU) 6001CM

12-36-29-991-00900-A
12-36-29-170-010-A

Green Hydraulic System of the Slat PCU 6001CM - Flushing Schematic


Flushing of the Blue Hydraulic System of the Slat Power Control-Unit
(PCU) 6001CM.

12-36-29-991-01000-A
12-36-29-170-011-A

Blue Hydraulic System of the Slat PCU 6001CM - Flushing Schematic


Flushing of the Blue Hydraulic System of the Constant Speed
Motor/Generator (CSM/G)

12-36-29-991-01100-A

Blue Hydraulic System of the CSM/G 8XE - Flushing Schematic

12-36-29-170-012-A

Flushing of the Green Hydraulic System of the Trimmable Horizontal


Stabilizer (THS) Actuator

12-36-29-991-01200-A
12-36-29-170-013-A

Green Hydraulic System of the THS Actuator 9CE - Flushing Schematic


Flushing of the Yellow Hydraulic System of the Trimmable Horizontal
Stabilizer (THS) Actuator

12-36-29-991-01300-A
12-36-29-600-001-A

Yellow Hydraulic System of the THS Actuator 9CE - Flushing Schematic


Change of the Hydraulic Fluid in the Green Hydraulic System - with
Ground Cart Available
Change of the Hydraulic Fluid in the Green Hydraulic System Schematic
Change of the Hydraulic Fluid in the Yellow Hydraulic System - with
Ground Cart Available
Change of the Hydraulic Fluid in the Yellow Hydraulic System Schematic
Change of the Hydraulic Fluid in the Blue Hydraulic System - with Ground
Cart Available
Change of the Hydraulic Fluid in the Blue Hydraulic System - Schematic
Reclamation of the Hydraulic Fluid in the Green Hydraulic System
Reclamation of the Hydraulic Fluid in the Yellow Hydraulic System
Reclamation of the Hydraulic Fluid in the Blue Hydraulic System
Clean the Fluid in the Green Hydraulic System
Hydraulic Purifier
Clean the Fluid in the Yellow Hydraulic System
Clean the Fluid in the Blue Hydraulic System
Change of the Hydraulic Fluid of the Yellow Hydraulic System with the
Tool - Hydraulic Fluid Change (DH0501)

12-36-29-991-01400-A
12-36-29-600-002-A
12-36-29-991-01500-A
12-36-29-600-003-A
12-36-29-991-01600-A
12-36-29-600-004-A
12-36-29-600-005-A
12-36-29-600-006-A
12-36-29-615-001-A
12-36-29-991-01700-A
12-36-29-615-002-A
12-36-29-615-003-A
12-36-29-600-007-A
12-36-29-991-01800-A

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SUBJECT
Yellow Hydraulic System of the Electrically Driven Pump 3075GX Flushing Schematic
Flushing of the Green Hydraulic System of the Flap Power Control-Unit
(PCU) 6201CM

Location of the Components in the Yellow Hydraulic System (Sheet 1)

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12-36-29-991-02400-B

SUBJECT
Connection of the Tools in the Yellow Hydraulic System (Sheet 2)

12-36-29-991-01900-A

Yellow Hydraulic System - Schematic Diagram

12-36-29-991-02400-C

Connection of the Tools in the Yellow Hydraulic System (Sheet 2)

12-36-29-991-01900-B
12-36-29-600-008-A

Yellow Hydraulic System - Schematic Diagram


Change of the Hydraulic Fluid of the Green Hydraulic System with the
Tool - Hydraulic Fluid Change (DH0501)

12-36-29-991-02000-A
12-36-29-991-02100-A
12-36-29-600-009-A

Connection of the Tools to the Green Hydraulic System


Green Hydraulic System - Schematic Diagram
Change of the Hydraulic Fluid of the Blue Hydraulic System with the Tool
- Hydraulic Fluid Change (DH0501)

12-36-29-991-02200-A
12-36-29-991-02300-A

AES

Connection of the Tools to the Blue Hydraulic System


Blue Hydraulic System - Schematic Diagram

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SERVICING - GENERAL - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION


** On A/C ALL
1.

General
This chapter provides the instructions related to the replenishing and scheduled and unscheduled servicing operations
applicable to the aircraft.
It is broken down as follows:
. REPLENISHING (Ref. ATA 12-10),
. SCHEDULED SERVICING (Ref. ATA 12-20),
. UNSCHEDULED SERVICING (Ref. ATA 12-30).

AES

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2.

NO STEP Areas
(Ref. Fig. 12-00-00-14600-A - NO STEP Areas)
On the aircraft, a black point strip shows the NO STEPareas.
The position of the english or bilingual markings permits to read them when you go near the aircraft from either the
front or the rear.
It is permitted to walk on the THS in the center section only to use protective mat of 3/8 inch thick rubber.It is not
permitted to walk on the leading/trailing edges and the tips.

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3.

Ground Service Connections

(Ref. Fig. 12-00-00-14700-D - Ground Service Connections)


------------------------------------------------------------------------------!ITEM!
DESIGNATION
!Mean Height from Ground in Meters!
!
!
!
(ft. in.)
!
!----!--------------------------------------!---------------------------------!
! 1A !Forward Lavatory Service Door
!
2.35 (7.8)
!
!
!
(If installed)
!
!
! 1B !Aft Lavatory Service Door
!
2.79 (9.1)
!
! 2A !Potable Water Service Door
!
1.75 (5.8)
!
! 2B !Potable Water Service Door
!
2.59 (8.6)
!
! 3 !External Power Receptacle
!
2.00 (6.7)
!
! 4 !Ground Service Conditioned Air
!
2.60 (8.6)
!
!
!Connection
!
!
! 5 !HP Air Ground Connector
!
1.76 (5.7)
!
! 6 !Hydraulic System Ground Service Panels!
1.76 (5.7)
!
! 7 !Engine Oil Filling Connector :
!
!
!
!- Gravity Filling Cap
!
0.68 (2.2)
!
!
!- Pressure Filling Connection
!
0.70 (2.3)
!
! 8 !Refuel/Defuel Coupling
!
3.40 (11.2)
!
! 9A !Gravity Filling Panels (R. side)
!
3.60 (11.8)
!
! 9B !Gravity Filling Panels (L. side)
!
3.60 (11.8)
!
! 10 !Refuel/Defuel Control Panel
!
1.80 (5.9)
!
! 11 !APU Oil Filling Connector
!
4.20 (13.7)
!
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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4.

Drainage Points
(Ref. Fig. 12-00-00-14500-N - Drainage Points)
--------------------------------------------------------------------------! ITEM ! DESIGNATION
! MEAN HEIGHT FROM GROUND IN METERS
!
!
!
!
( ft. )
!
--------------------------------------------------------------------------! 1A
! DRAIN MAST WATER
!
1.73
( 5.69 )
!
! 1B
! DRAIN MAST FUEL
!
1.57
( 5.16 )
!
! 1C
! DRAIN MAST WATER
!
1.73
( 5.69 )
!
! 2
! FUEL WATER DRAIN
!
3.40
( 11.2 )
!
! 2A
! FUEL WATER DRAIN
!
1.57
( 5.16 )
!
! 4
! POTABLE WATER DRAIN
!
1.75
( 5.80 )
!
! 5
! POTABLE WATER DRAIN
!
1.57
( 5.16 )
!
! 6
! POTABLE WATER FULL DRAIN
!
2.59
( 8.60 )
!
!
! WASTE DRAIN
!
!
---------------------------------------------------------------------------

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1A

1B

1C

2A
2

2
4

5
6

N_MM_120000_0_BLR0_01_00

AES

FIGURE 12-00-00-14500-N SHEET 1


Drainage Points

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NOTE : R SIDE
SYMMETRICAL

N_MM_120000_0_AAM0_01_00

AES

FIGURE 12-00-00-14600-A SHEET 1


NO STEP Areas

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1A

2A

2B

11

9A

1B
10

1A

2A

11

2B

9B

N_MM_120000_0_ACX0_01_00

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FIGURE 12-00-00-14700-D SHEET 1


Ground Service Connections

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SERVICING - GENERAL - MAINTENANCE PRACTICES


** On A/C ALL
Task 12-00-00-481-002-A
Installation of the Wingrip
WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE FLIGHT CONTROL SAFETY-LOCKS AND THE WARNING NOTICES ARE IN
POSITION.
WARNING : MAKE SURE YOU ARE ALWAYS ATTACHED WHEN YOU ARE ON THE WING.
1.

Reason for the Job


Self explanatory

2.

Job Set-up Information


A.

Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

REFERENCE
No specific

QTY
DESIGNATION
1
ACCESS PLATFORM 5M (16 FT)- ADJUSTABLE

No specific

WARNING NOTICE(S)

15318-00
98D27803000000

2
1

WINGRIP
LOCKING TOOL-FLAP SLAT LEVER,INT. POSITION

B.

Referenced Information

REFERENCE
27-00-00-080-002-A

DESIGNATION
Removal of the Flap/Slat Control-Lever Locking Tool (98D27803000000)

27-00-00-480-002-A

Installation of the Flap/Slat Control-Lever Locking Tool (98D27803000000)

27-50-00-866-009-A

Retraction of the Flaps on the Ground

27-50-00-866-009-A-01

Retraction of the Flaps/Slats on the Ground

27-80-00-866-005-A

Retracting the Slats on the Ground

(Ref. Fig. 12-00-00-991-00300-A - Installation of the Wingrip)


3.

Job Set-up
Subtask 12-00-00-866-051-A
A.

Aircraft Maintenance Configuration


(1)

Make sure that the flaps and the slats are retracted (Ref. TASK 27-50-00-866-009-A) or (Ref. TASK
27-50-00-866-009-A-01) (Ref. TASK 27-80-00-866-005-A).

Subtask 12-00-00-941-061-A
B.

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Safety Precautions
(1)

Put a WARNING NOTICE(S) in the cockpit to tell persons not to operate the flap and slat control
lever.

(2)

Install the LOCKING TOOL-FLAP SLAT LEVER,INT. POSITION (98D27803000000) on the flap and
slat control lever (Ref. TASK 27-00-00-480-002-A).

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Subtask 12-00-00-010-052-A
C.

Get Access
(1)

4.

Put the ACCESS PLATFORM 5M (16 FT)- ADJUSTABLE in position at the wing.

Procedure
Subtask 12-00-00-481-052-A
A.

Installation of the WINGRIP (15318-00)


(Ref. Fig. 12-00-00-991-00300-A - Installation of the Wingrip)
(1)

Refer to the Wingrip manufacturers instructions for installation of the Wingrip system.
NOTE :
(a)

5.

Only personnel with special training are authorized to install/use the Wingrip system.

The Wingrip system includes the individual pad system or the multi-pad system.
1

Individual pad system


The individual pad system contains a Wingrip single-point anchor (5) installed on the wing
in an area near the working zone. A primary hose (2) connects the Wingrip single-point
anchor (5) to the vacuum module (1). The body harness (3) is attached to the Wingrip
single-point anchor with the double lanyard (4).

Multi-pad system
The multi-pad system contains two Wingrip end anchors (8). A primary hose (7) connects
the anchor (8) to the vacuum module (6). The multi-pad system also contains Wingrip
intermediate anchors (9) and secondary hoses (13) (the quantity is related to the system
length). The body harness (10) (one for each user) is attached to the Wingrip shuttle (12)
with the double lanyard (11).

Close-up
Subtask 12-00-00-081-053-A
A.

Removal of the WINGRIP (15318-00)


(Ref. Fig. 12-00-00-991-00300-A - Installation of the Wingrip)
(1)

Refer to the Wingrip manufacturers instructions for removal of the Wingrip individual pad system or the
Wingrip multi-pad system.

Subtask 12-00-00-942-056-A
B.

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Put the aircraft back to its initial configuration.


(1)

Remove the access platform(s).

(2)

Remove the LOCKING TOOL-FLAP SLAT LEVER,INT. POSITION (98D27803000000) (Ref. TASK
27-00-00-080-002-A).

(3)

Remove the warning notice(s).

(4)

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

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A
INDIVIDUAL PAD SYSTEM
1

B
A
WING

3
5

WING

B
11

MULTI PAD SYSTEM

12

13
8
10

LH SHOWN
RH SYMETRICAL

7
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FIGURE 12-00-00-991-00300-A SHEET 1


Installation of the Wingrip

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1.

General
This section provides all data for accomplishment of replenishing operations.
It is divided as follows:
. FUEL SYSTEM (Ref. ATA 12-11),
. HYDRAULIC FLUIDS (Ref. ATA 12-12),
. OIL (Ref. ATA 12-13),
. GAS (Ref. ATA 12-14),
. WATER (Ref. ATA 12-15),
. TOILET SANITARY FLUID (Ref. ATA 12-16),
. RAIN REPELLENT (Ref. ATA 12-17).

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1.

General
Refer to (Ref. 20-31-00-00) for data on the types of fuel that can be used.

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Task 12-11-28-650-001-A
General Refuel/Defuel Safety Procedures
WARNING : DO NOT SPILL FUEL ON THE ENGINES OR THE BRAKES. IF YOU SPILL FUEL ON ENGINES OR
BRAKES THAT ARE HOT, IT CAN CAUSE FIRES.
1.

Reason for the Job


The procedure that follows contains information as specified in the IATA Guidance Material on Standard Into-Plane
Fuelling Procedures

2.

Job Set-up Information


A.

Referenced Information

REFERENCE
12-34-24-869-001-B

DESIGNATION
Aircraft Grounding for the Refuel/Defuel and Oxygen Servicing Operations

28-00-00-910-001-A

Fuel Safety Procedures

29-10-00-863-002-A

Pressurize the Yellow Hydraulic System

(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-00100-A - Refuel Safety Area)


3.

Job Set-up
Subtask 12-11-28-941-064-A
A.

4.

Not Applicable

Procedure
Subtask 12-11-28-650-050-A
A.

Safety Precautions
(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-00100-A - Refuel Safety Area)
(1)

You must obey the Fuel Safety Procedures (Ref. TASK 28-00-00-910-001-A) when you refuel/defuel an
aircraft.

(2)

Do not let the tanker go near the aircraft until the anti-collision lights have been set to OFF.

(3)

Before you start the refuel/defuel procedure, make sure that all the electrical circuits in the fuel system
are complete.

(4)

Do not spill fuel on the engines or the brakes. If you spill fuel on engines or brakes that are hot, it can
cause fires.

(5)

Ground and bond the aircraft (Ref. TASK 12-34-24-869-001-B).


NOTE :

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Bonding is mandatory. For grounding you must obey the local area regulations.

(6)

Move all the equipment and material which is not necessary for the refuel/defuel procedure out of the
safety area.

(7)

On the panel 400VU, make sure that the ACCU PRESS on the triple indicator has sufficient pressure. If
necessary, pressurize the yellow hydraulic system (Ref. TASK 29-10-00-863-002-A).

(8)

If the Main Landing Gear (MLG) doors are open during the refuel procedure:
. visually examine the tires and shock absorbers

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(9)

make sure you will have sufficient clearance to the ground after the refuel is complete.

On the panel 110VU, make sure that the PARK BRK is ON.
NOTE :

Airbus recommends that the park brake is set to ON when possible. You cannot set the PARK
BRK to ON if you have hot brakes. If you cannot set the PARK BRK to ON, it is possible to
continue but you must make sure the chocks are in the correct position.

(10) Make sure that the chocks are in position. The correct position for the chocks are:
(a)

If the ramp is flat (no slope):


. move the aft chocks away from the tires. During the refuel,the NLG tires will roll aft as the
MLG shock absorber compresses
. make sure that the chocks do not touch the MLG tires. The weight of the fuel can lower the
aircraft and cause the chocks to be caught under the tires.

(b)

If the ramp has a slope:


. make sure that the chocks down from the tires touch the NLG and MLG tires
. make sure that the chocks up from the tires do not touch the NLG and MLG tires.
NOTE :

This makes sure that only chocks on one side of each tire will be caught so that it is
easier to release them.

(11) Make sure that there is no equipment below the aircraft which can cause damage. The weight of the
fuel can suddenly compress the landing gear and lower the aircraft.
(12) Before you start the refuel/defuel procedure make sure that these are available:
. a fuelling supervisor or fuelling safety person
. the correct fire-fighting equipment
. approved persons to use the fire-fighting equipment.
(13) Make sure that the overboard vent lines are not blocked. If they are blocked, damage to the fuel tanks
can occur.
(14) Make sure that the fuel tanker (or hydrant) contains the correct fuel. The correct fuels are shown in the
Flight Manual (Ref. FM 2.04.00).
(15) Make sure that the fuel tanker or the pump unit (if you use a hydrant to refuel the aircraft) is in the
correct position.
(16) Make sure that, if there is an emergency, you can move the fuel tanker/pump unit and the other
equipment away quickly.
(17) Do not operate the aircraft main engines during a refuel/defuel procedure.
NOTE :

In an emergency it is permitted to refuel with one engine running (Ref. FCOM 2.01.30).

(18) Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) starts or shutdowns are permitted during refuel/ defuel procedures. If it is
necessary to operate the APU, the limits that follow apply:
(a)

An APU start is not permitted during a refuel/defuel procedure if the APU has failed to start or
an automatic shutdown has occurred.

(b)

You must complete a normal APU shutdown if a fuel spill has occurred during the refuel/defuel
procedure.

(19) Make sure that the electrical equipment you use will not cause a spark.
(20) Do not refuel/defuel in bad weather conditions and electrical storms. Lightning is dangerous.
(21) During the refuel/defuel procedure do not operate the aircraft external lighting.
(22) During the refuel/defuel procedure do not fill the oxygen system or change the oxygen bottles.

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(23) During the refuel/defuel procedure do only essential aircraft maintenance and/or servicing that will not
cause a spark.
(24) Do not refuel the aircraft if a fire or engine overheat warning is displayed on the flight deck.
(25) You are only permitted to replace or do small maintenance work on radio, radar and electrical
equipment during refuelling.
(26) You are not permitted to remove, install or test aircraft batteries or related equipment during refuelling.
(27) Do not use the microphone on the High Frequency (HF) transmitter during refuel/defuel operations.
(28) Immediately flush away with water, or remove, fuel leakage.
(29) Obey the safety distances for 60 m (196.85 ft.) from aircraft:
(a)

Stop the fuel tanker 60 m (196.85 ft.) from the aircraft nose while the weather radar operates. Do
not operate the fuel tanker/pump unit until you stop operation of the weather radar.

(30) Obey the safety distances for 30 m (98.43 ft.) from aircraft:
(a)

Aircraft must not be refueled/defueled less than 30 m (98.43 ft.) from the radar or HF radio
equipment under test in the aircraft or ground installation.

(31) Obey the safety distances for 15 m (49.21 ft.) from aircraft:
(a)

Put NO SMOKING warning notices around the work area not less than 15 m (49.21 ft.) from
the refuel/defuel equipment and aircraft and aircraft tank vents.

(b)

Do not connect electrical equipment to a power source less than 15 m (49.21 ft.) away, unless the
power source has spark-proof connectors.

(c)

Refuelling/defuelling equipment and aircraft fuel-tank vents must not be nearer than 15 m (49.21
ft.) to a building during refuelling/defuelling. Make sure the position of the refuelling/defuelling
area cannot let this occur. Because of the design of some buildings, you can do
refuelling/defuelling operations nearer than 15 m (49.21 ft.). Examples of this type of building are
nose loaders and aerobridges.

(32) Obey the safety distances for 6 m (19.69 ft.) from aircraft:
(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-00100-A - Refuel Safety Area)
(a)

Ground power units (GPUs) can be operated when they are put not less than 6 m (19.69 ft.)
from:
. the aircraft filling and venting points
. the hydrant valves and other refuel/defuel equipment when in use.

(b)

Photographic flash bulbs or electronic flash equipment must not be used less than 6 m (19.69 ft.)
from:
. the refuel/defuel equipment
. any filling or venting points of the aircraft.

(c)

The refuel/defuel zone must be regarded as extending not less than 6 m (19.69 ft.) radially from:
. the filling and venting points on the aircraft
. the refuel/defuel equipment
. the hydrant valve in use for refueling (when applicable).
When defueling is taking place, the vehicle will be venting and will generate a zone radiating from
the tank vent.

(d)

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Do
.
.
.

not operate the items that follow inside the 6 m (19.69 ft.) zone:
radios
radio telephones (cell phones or mobile phones)
pagers

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switches on lighting systems of other than intrinsically safe types.

Personnel in the refuel/defuel zone and those employed in refueling/defueling must not:
. carry matches or other means of ignition
. put on foot-wear with exposed iron or steel studs, nails or tips.

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MOVE THE SAFETY AREA TO


THE LEFT SIDE OF THE
AIRCRAFT WHEN YOU USE THE
LH REFUEL/DEFUEL COUPLING
(ONLY ON AIRCRAFT WITH A
LH REFUEL/DEFUEL COUPLING)

15m
(50ft)

NOTE: AREA MUST BE


KEPT CLEAR TO
ALLOW TANKER TO
BE WITHDRAWN IN
CASE OF DANGER

15m
(50ft)

6m
(20ft)
15m
(50ft)

15m
(50ft)

15m
(50ft)

15m
(50ft)

NOTE: ALL SAFETY ZONE CLEARANCES


ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE
ACCORDING TO THE LOCAL OR
AIRPORT REGULATIONS
N_MM_121128_3_AAM0_01_00

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FIGURE 12-11-28-991-00100-A SHEET 1


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Task 12-11-28-650-002-A
Refuel/Defuel Safety Procedures for use in the Hangar
WARNING : PUT THE SAFETY DEVICES AND THE WARNING NOTICES IN POSITION BEFORE YOU START A
TASK ON OR NEAR:
THE FLIGHT CONTROLS
THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES
THE LANDING GEAR AND THE RELATED DOORS
COMPONENTS THAT MOVE.
WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE GROUND SAFETY-LOCKS ARE IN POSITION ON THE LANDING GEAR.
WARNING : DO NOT SPILL FUEL ON THE ENGINES OR THE BRAKES. IF YOU SPILL FUEL ON ENGINES OR
BRAKES THAT ARE HOT, IT CAN CAUSE FIRES.
1.

Reason for the Job


Self explanatory

2.

Job Set-up Information


A.

Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

REFERENCE
No specific

QTY
AR SAFETY BARRIER(S)

No specific

AR

3.

DESIGNATION

WARNING NOTICE(S)

Job Set-up
Subtask 12-11-28-941-065-A
A.

4.

Not Applicable

Procedure
Subtask 12-11-28-650-051-A
A.

Safety Precautions
WARNING : OBEY THE FUEL SAFETY PROCEDURES.
(1)

Open all the hangar doors. Do not close the hangar doors until you have completed the refuel/defuel
procedure.

(2)

Make the limits of the safety area the limits of the hangar.

(3)

Put the SAFETY BARRIER(S) and the NO SMOKING WARNING NOTICE(S) at all the hangar
entrances.

(4)

To be prepared to tow the aircraft out of the hangar for an emergency, do these steps:

(5)

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(a)

Move the equipment which is not necessary for the refuel/defuel procedure from between the
aircraft and the hangar exit.

(b)

Attach a towing vehicle to the aircraft.

Make sure that the driver of the fuel tanker puts the fuel tanker in the correct position adjacent to the
aircraft. Keep the exit of the hangar clear for the fuel tanker.

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Task 12-11-28-650-003-A
Pressure Refuel with Automatic Control
WARNING : OBEY THE FUEL SAFETY PROCEDURES.
WARNING : STOP THE FUEL TANKER 60 m (196.85 ft) FROM THE AIRCRAFT NOSE WHILE THE WEATHER
RADAR OPERATES.
DO NOT OPERATE THE FUEL TANKER/PUMP UNIT UNTIL YOU STOP THE OPERATION OF THE
WEATHER RADAR.
WARNING : MAKE SURE THE AREA AROUND THE AIRCRAFT IS SAFE BEFORE YOU START THE REFUEL/DEFUEL
PROCEDURE. IN THE SAFETY AREA, DO NOT:
SMOKE
MAKE SPARKS OR FIRE
USE ANY EQUIPMENT WHICH IS NOT APPROVED FOR REFUEL/DEFUEL PROCEDURES.
AIRCRAFT FUEL IS FLAMMABLE.
WARNING : DO NOT SPILL FUEL ON THE ENGINES OR THE BRAKES. IF YOU SPILL FUEL ON ENGINES OR
BRAKES THAT ARE HOT, IT CAN CAUSE FIRES.
1.

Reason for the Job


NOTE :

2.

It is recommended that you keep to one type of fuel. Although approved types can be mixed if necessary to
continue operation. Refer to Section 2 of your Flight Manual (Ref. FM Section 2) for a complete list of
approved fuels. Refer to Airbus Cold Weather Operations Information and Operations Policy Fueling
Procedures for safety precautions with mixed fuel.

Job Set-up Information


A.

Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

REFERENCE
No specific

QTY
DESIGNATION
AR ACCESS PLATFORM 5M (16 FT)- ADJUSTABLE

No specific

AR

B.

SAFETY BARRIER(S)

Referenced Information

REFERENCE
12-11-28-650-001-A

DESIGNATION
General Refuel/Defuel Safety Procedures

12-11-28-650-002-A

Refuel/Defuel Safety Procedures for use in the Hangar

12-11-28-650-007-A

Use of Magnetic Level Indicators (MLI)

12-34-24-869-001-B

Aircraft Grounding for the Refuel/Defuel and Oxygen Servicing Operations

24-41-00-861-002-A

Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the External Power

24-41-00-861-002-A-01

Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the APU

24-41-00-861-002-A-02

Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from Engine 1(2)

24-41-00-862-002-A

De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits Supplied from the External Power

24-41-00-862-002-A-01

De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits Supplied from the APU

24-41-00-862-002-A-02

De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits Supplied from the Engine 1(2)

28-25-00-650-001-A
28-25-00-869-001-A

Pressure Defuel
Fuel Transfer

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REFERENCE
(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-00100-A - Refuel Safety Area)

DESIGNATION

(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-00200-A - Refuel/Defuel Coupling)


(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-00400-G - Refuel/Defuel Control Panel 800VU, Preselector 5QT and Indicator 6QT)
3.

Job Set-up
(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-00100-A - Refuel Safety Area)
(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-00200-A - Refuel/Defuel Coupling)
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EMB SB 31-1211 FOR A/C 003-008
(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-00400-G - Refuel/Defuel Control Panel 800VU, Preselector 5QT and Indicator 6QT)
** On A/C ALL
Subtask 12-11-28-941-050-A
A.

Safety Precautions
(1)

You must obey the refuel/defuel safety procedures (Ref. TASK 12-11-28-650-001-A) (Ref. TASK
12-11-28-650-002-A).

(2)

Put the ACCESS PLATFORM 5M (16 FT)- ADJUSTABLE adjacent to the refuel coupling 40QM.

(3)

Make sure that the chocks do not touch the tires. The weight of the fuel can lower the aircraft and
cause the chocks to catch.

(4)

Put the safety barriers in position.

Subtask 12-11-28-281-051-A
B.

Do a Check for Water in the Fuel Tanker


(1)

Make sure that a fuel sampling for water contamination check is done to the fuel in the fuel
tanker/pump unit.

Subtask 12-11-28-860-050-C
C.

Aircraft Maintenance Configuration


WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE FUEL SUPPLY HOSE IS CORRECTLY CONNECTED TO THE
COUPLING BEFORE YOU REFUEL/DEFUEL THE AIRCRAFT. DO NOT CONNECT THE FUEL
SUPPLY HOSE IF THERE ARE SIGNS OF DAMAGE TO THE AIRCRAFT COUPLING LUGS OR
SLOTS.
(1)

Make sure that the aircraft and the fuel tanker/pump unit are grounded correctly (Ref. TASK
12-34-24-869-001-B) and electrically bonded together correctly.
NOTE :

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Bonding is essential, grounding is recommended.

(2)

Remove the refuel coupling cap (41QM).

(3)

Make sure that the coupling of the fuel supply-hose is clean, then connect it to the aircraft refuel
coupling.

(4)

If you have external power available, energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK
24-41-00-861-002-A) or (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-861-002-A-01) or (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-861-002-A-02).

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D.

Get Access
(1)

Open the access door 192MB.


NOTE :

After the refuel control panel access door has opened, if you use refuel battery power only:
. it is not possible to start the refuel sequence until after approximately 35 to 40 seconds.
This is because the Fuel Quantity Indication Computer (FQIC) and FLSS BITE sequences
operate first.
Do not keep the door open longer than necessary because the battery can discharge.

Subtask 12-11-28-860-051-A
E.

Aircraft Maintenance Configuration


(1)

If you do not have ground power available:


WARNING : WHEN YOU REFUEL THE AIRCRAFT WITH BATTERY POWER, IT IS NOT ALWAYS
POSSIBLE TO REFUEL TO FULL CAPACITY. THIS IS BECAUSE THE INTERCELL
TRANSFER VALVES ARE NOT ALWAYS IN THE CORRECT POSITION.
(a)

On the refuel/defuel control panel (800VU), put the BATT POWER switch to the ON position
and release.
NOTE :

The HOT BUSS 701PP is energized for ten minutes only (this is to prevent discharge of
the aircraft batteries), unless you put the MODE SELECT switch (on the refuel/defuel
panel) to REFUEL.

Subtask 12-11-28-740-050-A
F.

Test of the Refuel Panel 800VU


(1)

Do this test:
ACTION

RESULT

1.On the panel 800VU:

On the panel 800VU:

put the TEST switch to the LTS position and hold it


there

.
.
.

the HI LVL lights and the DEFUEL/XFR OPEN lights


are on and the CKPT and END lights come on
the FUEL QTY, PRESELECTED and ACTUAL displays
show all 8s.
the lights go back to their initial condition
the FUEL QTY, PRESELECTED and ACTUAL displays
go back to their initial condition

release the TEST switch

put the TEST switch to the HIGH position and hold it .


there

the HI LVL lights change condition. If they were on,


they will go off. If they were off, they will come on

release the TEST switch.

the HI LVL lights go back to their initial condition.

4.

Procedure

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EMB SB 31-1211 FOR A/C 003-008
(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-00400-G - Refuel/Defuel Control Panel 800VU, Preselector 5QT and Indicator 6QT)

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WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT YOU DO THE REFUEL PANEL TEST BEFORE OR DURING THE REFUEL
PROCEDURE. DEFECTIVE HIGH-LEVEL SENSORS CAN CAUSE FUEL TO SPILL OVERBOARD.
MAKE SURE THAT YOU COMPLETE THE REFUEL PANEL TEST BEFORE THE FUEL TANK IS 70
PERCENT FULL.
** On A/C ALL
Subtask 12-11-28-650-074-B
A.

Pressure Refuel with Automatic Control


NOTE :

It is recommended that all of the fuel pumps are switched to off to do this procedure. This decreases
the risk of possible fuel spills. It is permitted for the wing-tank pumps to be switched to on, if:
. there is a minimum of 750 kg (1653.4665 lb) of fuel in the applicable wing-tank.

NOTE :

If it becomes necessary, defuel (Ref. TASK 28-25-00-650-001-A) or transfer fuel (Ref. TASK
28-25-00-869-001-A).

(1)

To
.
.
.

prevent a fuel spill, on the panel 40VU, make sure that:


the X FEED P/BSW 4QE is released out (OFF)
the MODE SEL P/BSW 4QL is in the AUTO position
the CTR TK L and R XFR P/BSWs are released out (OFF).

(2)

On the refuel/defuel control panel 800VU:


. make sure that the REFUEL VALVES switches are in the NORM position.

(3)

On
.
.
.

(4)

On the refuel/defuel control panel 800VU, put the MODE SELECT switch to the REFUEL position.

the preselector 5QT:


put the PRESELECTED rocker switch to the INC position and hold it there
make sure that the number on the PRESELECTED display increases
when the PRESELECTED display shows the necessary fuel load, release the PRESELECTED rocker
switch.

CAUTION :

(5)

Start the pump on the fuel tanker/pump unit.

(6)

On the preselector 5QT:


(a)

(7)
(8)

Make sure that the numbers on the ACTUAL display increases.

On the fuel quantity indicator 6QT:


(a)

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DO NOT LET THE REFUEL PRESSURE BE MORE THAN THE MAXIMUM SAFE PRESSURE
OF 50psi (3.45bar).

Make sure that the numbers on the FUEL QTY displays increase.

When the refuel operation is complete, make sure that:


(a)

On the preselector 5QT:


. the END light comes on
. the numbers on the ACTUAL and the PRESELECTED displays are stable and the same +/100 kg (220.4622 lb).

(b)

On the fuel quantity indicator 6QT:


. the FUEL QTY display for each tank show that the fuel is divided correctly between the
tanks.

(c)

On the refuel/defuel control panel 800VU:


. if the tanks are full, the HI LVL lights come on.

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(9)

NOTE :

Refer to the fuel tables for the maximum capacity of each tank and for the total fuel
capacity (Ref. TASK 12-11-28-650-007-A).

NOTE :

Make sure that the outer wing fuel tanks are full. This will prevent the risk of structural
damage.

Stop the pump on the fuel tanker/pump-unit.

(10) On the refuel/defuel control panel 800VU:


. put the MODE SELECT switch to the OFF and guarded position.
5.

Close-up
Subtask 12-11-28-860-052-A
A.

Refuel on Batteries
(1)

If you refueled the aircraft with battery power, on the refuel/defuel control panel (800VU), release the
BATT POWER switch from the ON position. The switch will go back to the NORM position.

(2)

Make an entry in the aircraft technical log, to check the fuel configuration before the subsequent flight.

Subtask 12-11-28-410-050-A
B.

Close Access
(1)

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

(2)

Close the access door 192MB.

Subtask 12-11-28-862-050-B
C.

De-energize the Electrical Circuits


(1)

De-energize the aircraft electrical circuits


(Ref. TASK 24-41-00-862-002-A) or (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-862-002-A-01) or (Ref. TASK
24-41-00-862-002-A-02).

Subtask 12-11-28-869-067-A
D.

Aircraft Configuration
(1)

Disconnect the coupling of the fuel supply-hose from the aircraft refuel/defuel coupling.

CAUTION :

(2)

MAKE SURE THAT THE HANDLE OF THE REFUEL COUPLING CAP POINTS AFT WHEN
THE CAP IS CLOSED AND LOCKED.

Install the refuel coupling cap 41QM.

Subtask 12-11-28-942-051-A
E.

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Removal of Equipment
(1)

Disconnect these bonding/ground cables:


. between the aircraft and the fuel tanker/pump unit
. if applicable, between the fuel tanker/pump unit and the ground
. if applicable, between the aircraft and the ground.

(2)

Remove the safety barriers.

(3)

Remove the warning notice(s).

(4)

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

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STA7792/RIB 14
40QM

A
STA8268/RIB 15

A
LEADING
EDGE

WING FRONT
SPAR

40QM

41QM

N_MM_121128_3_ACM0_01_00

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FIGURE 12-11-28-991-00200-A SHEET 1


Refuel/Defuel Coupling

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EMB SB 31-1211 FOR A/C 003-008
192MB

INDICATOR 6QT

PRESELECTOR 5QT

N_MM_121128_3_AKM0_01_00

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FIGURE 12-11-28-991-00400-G SHEET 1


Refuel/Defuel Control Panel 800VU, Preselector 5QT and
Indicator 6QT

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Task 12-11-28-650-004-A
Pressure Refuel with Manual Control
WARNING : OBEY THE FUEL SAFETY PROCEDURES.
WARNING : STOP THE FUEL TANKER 60 m (196.85 ft) FROM THE AIRCRAFT NOSE WHILE THE WEATHER
RADAR OPERATES.
DO NOT OPERATE THE FUEL TANKER/PUMP UNIT UNTIL YOU STOP THE OPERATION OF THE
WEATHER RADAR.
WARNING : MAKE SURE THE AREA AROUND THE AIRCRAFT IS SAFE BEFORE YOU START THE REFUEL/DEFUEL
PROCEDURE. IN THE SAFETY AREA, DO NOT:
SMOKE
MAKE SPARKS OR FIRE
USE ANY EQUIPMENT WHICH IS NOT APPROVED FOR REFUEL/DEFUEL PROCEDURES.
AIRCRAFT FUEL IS FLAMMABLE.
WARNING : DO NOT SPILL FUEL ON THE ENGINES OR THE BRAKES. IF YOU SPILL FUEL ON ENGINES OR
BRAKES THAT ARE HOT, IT CAN CAUSE FIRES.
1.

Reason for the Job


NOTE :

2.

It is recommended that you keep to one type of fuel. Although approved types can be mixed if necessary to
continue operation. Refer to Section 2 of your Flight Manual (Ref. FM Section 2) for a complete list of
approved fuels. Refer to Airbus Cold Weather Operations Information and Operations Policy Fuelling
Procedures for safety precautions with mixed fuel.

Job Set-up Information


A.

Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

REFERENCE
No specific

QTY
DESIGNATION
AR ACCESS PLATFORM 5M (16 FT)- ADJUSTABLE

No specific

AR

B.

SAFETY BARRIER(S)

Referenced Information

REFERENCE
12-11-28-650-001-A

DESIGNATION
General Refuel/Defuel Safety Procedures

12-11-28-650-002-A

Refuel/Defuel Safety Procedures for use in the Hangar

12-11-28-650-007-A

Use of Magnetic Level Indicators (MLI)

12-34-24-869-001-B

Aircraft Grounding for the Refuel/Defuel and Oxygen Servicing Operations

24-41-00-861-002-A

Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the External Power

24-41-00-861-002-A-01

Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the APU

24-41-00-861-002-A-02

Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from Engine 1(2)

28-25-00-650-001-A
28-25-00-869-001-A
31-60-00-860-001-A
31-60-00-860-002-A

Pressure Defuel
Fuel Transfer
EIS Start Procedure
EIS Stop Procedure

(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-00100-A - Refuel Safety Area)

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REFERENCE
(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-00200-A - Refuel/Defuel Coupling)

DESIGNATION

(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-00400-G - Refuel/Defuel Control Panel 800VU, Preselector 5QT and Indicator 6QT)
3.

Job Set-up
(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-00100-A - Refuel Safety Area)
(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-00200-A - Refuel/Defuel Coupling)
** On A/C ALL
EMB SB 31-1211 FOR A/C 003-008
(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-00400-G - Refuel/Defuel Control Panel 800VU, Preselector 5QT and Indicator 6QT)
** On A/C ALL
Subtask 12-11-28-941-052-A
A.

Safety Precautions
(1)

You must obey the refuel/defuel safety precautions (Ref. TASK 12-11-28-650-001-A) (Ref. TASK
12-11-28-650-002-A).

(2)

Put the ACCESS PLATFORM 5M (16 FT)- ADJUSTABLE adjacent to the refuel coupling 40QM.

(3)

Make sure that the chocks do not touch the tires. The weight of the fuel can lower the aircraft and
catch the chocks.

(4)

Put the safety barriers in position.

Subtask 12-11-28-281-052-A
B.

Drain the Water from the Fuel


(1)

Make sure that a fuel sampling for water contamination check is done to the fuel in the fuel
tanker/pump unit.

Subtask 12-11-28-860-053-A
C.

Aircraft Maintenance Configuration


WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE FUEL SUPPLY HOSE IS CORRECTLY CONNECTED TO THE
COUPLING BEFORE YOU REFUEL/DEFUEL THE AIRCRAFT. DO NOT CONNECT THE FUEL
SUPPLY HOSE IF THERE ARE SIGNS OF DAMAGE TO THE AIRCRAFT COUPLING LUGS OR
SLOTS.
(1)

Remove the refuel coupling cap 41QM.

(2)

Make sure that the aircraft and the fuel tanker/pump unit are grounded correctly (Ref. TASK
12-34-24-869-001-B) and electrically bonded together correctly.
NOTE :

AES

Bonding is mandatory. For grounding you must obey the local area regulations.

(3)

Make sure that the coupling of the fuel-supply hose is clean, then connect it to the aircraft refuel
coupling.

(4)

Energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-861-002-A) or (Ref. TASK
24-41-00-861-002-A-01) or (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-861-002-A-02).

(5)

Do the Electronic Instrument System (EIS) (Electronic Centralized Aircraft Monitoring - ECAM only)
start procedure (Ref. TASK 31-60-00-860-001-A).

(6)

On the panel 11VU, push (in) the FUEL pushbutton switch.

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Subtask 12-11-28-010-053-A
D.

Get Access
(1)

Open the access door 192MB.


NOTE :

If operating in battery power:


. put the MODE SELECT switch to the OFF and guarded position
. do not keep the door open longer than necessary because the battery can discharge.

Subtask 12-11-28-860-057-A
E.

Aircraft Maintenance Configuration


(1)

If you do not have ground power available:


WARNING : WHEN YOU REFUEL THE AIRCRAFT WITH BATTERY POWER, IT IS NOT ALWAYS
POSSIBLE TO REFUEL TO FULL CAPACITY. THIS IS BECAUSE THE INTERCELL
TRANSFER VALVES ARE NOT ALWAYS IN THE CORRECT POSITION.
(a)

On the refuel/defuel control panel (800VU), put the BATT POWER switch to the ON position
and release.
NOTE :

The HOT BUSS 701PP is energized for ten minutes only (this is to prevent discharge of
the aircraft batteries), unless you put the MODE SELECT switch (on the refuel/defuel
panel) to REFUEL.

Subtask 12-11-28-740-051-A
F.

Test of the Refuel Panel 800VU


(1)

Do this test:
ACTION

RESULT

1.On the panel 800VU:

On the panel 800VU:

put the TEST switch to the LTS position and hold it


there

.
.
.

the High (HI) Level (LVL) lights and the DEFUEL/XFR


OPEN lights are on and the CKPT and END lights
come on
the FUEL QTY, PRESELECTED and ACTUAL displays
show all 8s.
the lights go back to their initial condition
the FUEL QTY, PRESELECTED and ACTUAL displays
go back to their initial condition

release the TEST switch

put the TEST switch to the HIGH position and hold it .


there

the HI LVL lights change their condition. If they were


on, they will go off. If they were off, they will come on

release the TEST switch.

the HI LVL lights go back to their initial condition.

4.

Procedure

(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-00200-A - Refuel/Defuel Coupling)


** On A/C ALL
EMB SB 31-1211 FOR A/C 003-008
(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-00400-G - Refuel/Defuel Control Panel 800VU, Preselector 5QT and Indicator 6QT)

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WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT YOU DO THE REFUEL PANEL TEST BEFORE OR DURING THE REFUEL
PROCEDURE. DEFECTIVE HIGH-LEVEL SENSORS CAN CAUSE FUEL TO SPILL OVERBOARD.
MAKE SURE THAT YOU COMPLETE THE REFUEL PANEL TEST BEFORE THE FUEL TANK IS 70
PERCENT FULL.
** On A/C ALL
Subtask 12-11-28-650-054-B
A.

Pressure Refuel with Manual Control


NOTE :

It is recommended that all of the fuel pumps are switched to off to do this procedure. This decreases
the risk of possible fuel spills. It is permitted for the wing-tank pumps to be switched to on, if:
. there is a minimum of 750 kg (1653.4665 lb) of fuel in the applicable wing-tank.

NOTE :

If it becomes necessary, defuel (Ref. TASK 28-25-00-650-001-A) or transfer fuel (Ref. TASK
28-25-00-869-001-A).

(1)

To
.
.
.

(2)

On the refuel/defuel control panel 800VU:

(3)

prevent a fuel spill, on the panel 40VU, make sure that:


the X FEED P/BSW 4QE is released out (OFF)
the MODE SEL P/BSW 48QA is in the AUTO position
the CTR TK PUMP 1 & 2 P/BSW are released out (OFF).

(a)

Put the MODE SELECT switch to the REFUEL position.

(b)

Put the REFUEL VALVES switch(es) for the applicable fuel tank(s) to the OPEN position.

(c)

Put the REFUEL VALVES switch(es) for the tank(s) which will not be refuelled to the SHUT
position.

Start the pump on the fuel tanker/pump unit.

CAUTION :

(4)

On the refuel/defuel control panel 800VU:


(a)

Make sure that the numbers on the ACTUAL and the FUEL QTY displays increase.

(b)

Monitor the FUEL QTY displays.

(c)

NOTE :

Refer to the fuel tables for the maximum capacity of each fuel tank and for the total fuel
capacity (Ref. TASK 12-11-28-650-007-A).

NOTE :

Make sure that the outer wing fuel tanks are full. This will prevent the risk of structural
damage.

When each tank has the correct fuel quantity put its REFUEL VALVE switch to the SHUT
position.

(5)

When the fuel tank quantities are correct stop the pump on the fuel tanker/pump unit.

(6)

On the refuel/defuel control panel 800VU:

(7)

AES

DO NOT LET THE REFUEL PRESSURE BE MORE THAN THE MAXIMUM SAFE PRESSURE
OF 50psi (3.45bar).

(a)

Put the MODE SELECT switch to the OFF position and put the guard on the switch.

(b)

Put the applicable REFUEL VALVES switch(es) to the NORM position and put the guard(s) on
the switch(es).

If you have ground power available, make sure that the ECAM lower DU shows the correct fuel
quantities.

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5.

Close-up
Subtask 12-11-28-860-058-A
A.

Aircraft Configuration
(1)

Make an entry in the aircraft technical log, to check the fuel configuration before the subsequent flight.

(2)

Do the EIS stop procedure (Ref. TASK 31-60-00-860-002-A).

(3)

Disconnect the coupling of the fuel supply-hose from the aircraft refuel/defuel coupling.

(4)

Install the coupling cap.

CAUTION :

(5)

MAKE SURE THAT THE HANDLE OF THE REFUEL COUPLING CAP POINTS AFT WHEN
THE CAP IS CLOSED AND LOCKED.

Install the refuel coupling cap 41QM.

Subtask 12-11-28-410-052-A
B.

Close Access
(1)

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

(2)

Close the access door 192MB.

Subtask 12-11-28-942-053-A
C.

AES

Removal of Equipment
(1)

Disconnect these bonding/ground cables:


. between the aircraft and the fuel tanker/pump unit
. if applicable, between the fuel tanker/pump unit and the ground
. if applicable, between the aircraft and the ground.

(2)

Remove the safety barriers.

(3)

Remove the warning notice(s).

(4)

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

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Task 12-11-28-650-005-A
Pressure Refuel without Electrical Power
WARNING : OBEY THE FUEL SAFETY PROCEDURES.
WARNING : STOP THE FUEL TANKER 60 m (196.85 ft) FROM THE AIRCRAFT NOSE WHILE THE WEATHER
RADAR OPERATES.
DO NOT OPERATE THE FUEL TANKER/PUMP UNIT UNTIL YOU STOP THE OPERATION OF THE
WEATHER RADAR.
WARNING : MAKE SURE THE AREA AROUND THE AIRCRAFT IS SAFE BEFORE YOU START THE REFUEL/DEFUEL
PROCEDURE. IN THE SAFETY AREA, DO NOT:
SMOKE
MAKE SPARKS OR FIRE
USE ANY EQUIPMENT WHICH IS NOT APPROVED FOR REFUEL/DEFUEL PROCEDURES.
AIRCRAFT FUEL IS FLAMMABLE.
WARNING : DO NOT SPILL FUEL ON THE ENGINES OR THE BRAKES. IF YOU SPILL FUEL ON ENGINES OR
BRAKES THAT ARE HOT, IT CAN CAUSE FIRES.
1.

Reason for the Job


NOTE :

2.

It is recommended that you keep to one type of fuel. Although approved types can be mixed if necessary to
continue operation. Refer to Section 2 of your Flight Manual (Ref. FM Section 2) for a complete list of
approved fuels. Refer to Airbus Cold Weather Operations Information and Operations Policy Fuelling
Procedures for safety precautions with mixed fuel.

Job Set-up Information


A.

Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

REFERENCE
No specific

QTY
DESIGNATION
AR ACCESS PLATFORM 3M (10 FT)- ADJUSTABLE

No specific

AR

ACCESS PLATFORM 5M (16 FT)- ADJUSTABLE

No specific

AR

SAFETY BARRIER(S)

B.

Work Zones and Access Panels


ZONE/ACCESS

ZONE DESCRIPTION

522JB, 622JB, 744


C.

Referenced Information

REFERENCE
12-11-28-650-001-A

DESIGNATION
General Refuel/Defuel Safety Procedures

12-11-28-650-002-A

Refuel/Defuel Safety Procedures for use in the Hangar

12-11-28-650-007-A

Use of Magnetic Level Indicators (MLI)

12-34-24-869-001-B

Aircraft Grounding for the Refuel/Defuel and Oxygen Servicing Operations

32-12-00-010-001-A
32-12-00-410-001-A
57-41-37-000-006-A

Open the Main Gear Doors for Access


Close the Main Gear Doors after Access
Removal of the Access Panels

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REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
57-41-37-400-006-A
Installation of the Access Panels
(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-00100-A - Refuel Safety Area)
(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-00200-A - Refuel/Defuel Coupling)
(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-00600-B - Refuel Valve)
3.

Job Set-up
(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-00100-A - Refuel Safety Area)
(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-00200-A - Refuel/Defuel Coupling)
(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-00600-B - Refuel Valve)
Subtask 12-11-28-941-054-A
A.

Safety Precautions
(1)

You must obey the refuel/defuel safety precautions (Ref. TASK 12-11-28-650-001-A) (Ref. TASK
12-11-28-650-002-A).

(2)

Put the ACCESS PLATFORM 5M (16 FT)- ADJUSTABLE adjacent to the refuel coupling 40QM.

(3)

Make sure that the chocks do not touch the tires. The weight of the fuel can lower the aircraft and
catch the chocks.

(4)

Put the safety barriers in position.

Subtask 12-11-28-281-053-A
B.

Drain the Water from the Fuel


(1)

Make sure that a fuel sampling for water contamination check is done to the fuel in the fuel
tanker/pump unit.

Subtask 12-11-28-010-054-A
C.

Get Access
(1)

Open the applicable access panel 522JB(622JB) (Ref. TASK 57-41-37-000-006-A).

(2)

If you refuel the center tank, do these steps:

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE GROUND SAFETY-LOCKS ARE IN POSITION ON THE LANDING
GEAR.
(3)

Open the MLG door 744 (Ref. TASK 32-12-00-010-001-A).

(4)

Make sure that the SLEEVE - GROUND LOCK (460005835) is on the applicable MLG door actuator.

(5)

Put the ACCESS PLATFORM 3M (10 FT)- ADJUSTABLE in position.

Subtask 12-11-28-860-059-A
D.

Aircraft Maintenance Configuration


WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE FUEL SUPPLY HOSE IS CORRECTLY CONNECTED TO THE
COUPLING BEFORE YOU REFUEL/DEFUEL THE AIRCRAFT. DO NOT CONNECT THE FUEL
SUPPLY HOSE IF THERE ARE SIGNS OF DAMAGE TO THE AIRCRAFT COUPLING LUGS OR
SLOTS.

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(1)

Make sure that the aircraft and the fuel tanker/pump unit are grounded correctly (Ref. TASK
12-34-24-869-001-B) and electrically bonded together correctly.
NOTE :

4.

Bonding is mandatory. For grounding you must obey the local area regulations.

(2)

Remove the refuel coupling cap 41QM.

(3)

Make sure that the coupling of the fuel supply-hose is clean, then connect it to the aircraft refuel
coupling.

(4)

Release the Magnetic Level Indicators (MLI) of the tanks to be refuelled (Ref. TASK 12-11-28-650-007A).

(5)

If the intercell transfer valves are open:


. the inner and outer cells of the wing tanks fill together
. the full capacity of the wing tank is less than normal
. make an entry in the aircraft technical log, to check the fuel configuration before the subsequent
flight.

Procedure
(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-00600-B - Refuel Valve)
WARNING : BE CAREFUL NOT TO FILL THE TANKS MORE THAN NECESSARY NEAR THE END OF THE
REFUEL. BECAUSE THERE IS NO ELECTRICAL POWER, THE HIGH-LEVEL PROTECTION SYSTEM
WILL NOT OPERATE.
CAUTION :

DO NOT REFUEL OR DEFUEL THROUGH THE TWO REFUEL/DEFUEL COUPLINGS AT THE SAME
TIME.
THIS IS TO PREVENT PRESSURE DIFFERENCE PROBLEMS.

CAUTION :

DO NOT LET THE REFUEL PRESSURE BE MORE THAN THE MAXIMUM SAFE PRESSURE OF
50psi (3.45bar).

Subtask 12-11-28-650-056-A
A.

5.

Pressure Refuel without Electrical Power


(1)

Start the pump on the fuel tanker/pump unit.

(2)

Push and hold in the manual plunger(s) on the refuel valve(s) of the applicable fuel tank(s).

(3)

Use the MLIs to monitor the quantity of fuel in each tank (Ref. TASK 12-11-28-650-007-A).
NOTE :

Refer to the fuel tables for the maximum capacity of each fuel tank and for the total fuel
capacity. If the intercell transfer valves are open, the full capacity of a wing tank is less than
normal.

NOTE :

Make sure that the outer wing fuel tanks are full. This will prevent the risk of structural damage.

(4)

When the quantity of fuel in a tank is correct, release the manual plunger on the related refuel valve.

(5)

When all the fuel quantities are correct, stop the pump on the fuel tanker/pump unit.

(6)

Make an entry in the aircraft technical log, to check the fuel configuration before the subsequent flight.

Close-up
Subtask 12-11-28-860-060-A
A.

Aircraft Configuration
(1)

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Retract and lock the MMIs (Ref. TASK 12-11-28-650-007-A).

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(2)

Disconnect the coupling of the fuel supply-hose from the aircraft refuel coupling.

(3)

Disconnect these bonding/ground cables:


. between the aircraft and the fuel tanker/pump unit
. if applicable, between the fuel tanker/pump unit and the ground
. if applicable, between the aircraft and the ground.

Subtask 12-11-28-410-054-A
B.

Close Access
(1)

To install the coupling cap and the access panel:


CAUTION :

(2)

MAKE SURE THAT THE HANDLE OF THE REFUEL COUPLING CAP POINTS AFT
WHEN THE CAP IS CLOSED AND LOCKED.

(a)

Install the refuel coupling cap 41QM.

(b)

Close the applicable access panel 522JB ( 622JB) (Ref. TASK 57-41-37-400-006-A).

If you have refuelled the center tank, close the MLG door 744 (Ref. TASK 32-12-00-410-001-A).

Subtask 12-11-28-942-056-A
C.

AES

Removal of Equipment
(1)

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

(2)

Remove the safety barriers.

(3)

Remove the warning notice(s).

(4)

Remove the access platform(s).

(5)

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

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10 QU

S T A 7 7 9 2 /R I B 1 4

522 JB(622 JB)

S T A 8 2 6 8 /R I B 1 5
REAR
SPAR

7 QU(8 QU)

MANUALLY OPERATED
PLUNGER

REFUEL VALVE

N_MM_121128_3_ANM0_01_00

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FIGURE 12-11-28-991-00600-B SHEET 1


Refuel Valve

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Task 12-11-28-650-006-A
Overwing (Gravity) Refuel
WARNING : OBEY THE FUEL SAFETY PROCEDURES.
WARNING : STOP THE FUEL TANKER 60 m (196.85 ft) FROM THE AIRCRAFT NOSE WHILE THE WEATHER
RADAR OPERATES.
DO NOT OPERATE THE FUEL TANKER/PUMP UNIT UNTIL YOU STOP THE OPERATION OF THE
WEATHER RADAR.
WARNING : MAKE SURE THE AREA AROUND THE AIRCRAFT IS SAFE BEFORE YOU START THE REFUEL/DEFUEL
PROCEDURE. IN THE SAFETY AREA, DO NOT:
SMOKE
MAKE SPARKS OR FIRE
USE ANY EQUIPMENT WHICH IS NOT APPROVED FOR REFUEL/DEFUEL PROCEDURES.
AIRCRAFT FUEL IS FLAMMABLE.
WARNING : DO NOT GET YOUR CLOTHES SOAKED WITH FUEL.
WARNING : DO NOT SPILL FUEL ON THE ENGINES OR THE BRAKES. IF YOU SPILL FUEL ON ENGINES OR
BRAKES THAT ARE HOT, IT CAN CAUSE FIRES.
1.

Reason for the Job


NOTE :

2.

It is recommended that you keep to one type of fuel. Although approved types can be mixed if necessary to
continue operation. Refer to Section 2 of your Flight Manual (Ref. FM Section 2) for a complete list of
approved fuels. Refer to Airbus Cold Weather Operations Information and Operations Policy Fuelling
Procedures for safety precautions with mixed fuel.

Job Set-up Information


A.

Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

REFERENCE
No specific

QTY
DESIGNATION
AR ACCESS PLATFORM 5M (16 FT)- ADJUSTABLE

No specific

AR

SAFETY BARRIER(S)

No specific

AR

SAFETY CLIP - CIRCUIT BREAKER

B.

Work Zones and Access Panels


ZONE/ACCESS

ZONE DESCRIPTION

192MB
C.

Referenced Information

REFERENCE
12-11-28-650-001-A

DESIGNATION
General Refuel/Defuel Safety Procedures

12-11-28-650-002-A

Refuel/Defuel Safety Procedures for use in the Hangar

12-34-24-869-001-B

Aircraft Grounding for the Refuel/Defuel and Oxygen Servicing Operations

24-41-00-861-002-A

Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the External Power

24-41-00-861-002-A-01

Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the APU

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REFERENCE
24-41-00-861-002-A-02

DESIGNATION
Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from Engine 1(2)

24-41-00-862-002-A

De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits Supplied from the External Power

24-41-00-862-002-A-01

De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits Supplied from the APU

24-41-00-862-002-A-02

De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits Supplied from the Engine 1(2)

28-25-00-869-001-A
31-60-00-860-001-A
31-60-00-860-002-A

Fuel Transfer
EIS Start Procedure
EIS Stop Procedure

(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-00100-A - Refuel Safety Area)


(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-00800-A - Gravity Refuel Cap)
3.

Job Set-up
(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-00100-A - Refuel Safety Area)
(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-00800-A - Gravity Refuel Cap)
Subtask 12-11-28-941-057-A
A.

Safety Precautions
(1)

You must obey the refuel/defuel safety precautions (Ref. TASK 12-11-28-650-001-A) (Ref. TASK
12-11-28-650-002-A).

(2)

Put the ACCESS PLATFORM 5M (16 FT)- ADJUSTABLE adjacent to the wing leading edge at the
overwing refuel cap 44QM(45QM).

(3)

Put the safety barriers in position.

Subtask 12-11-28-281-054-A
B.

Drain the Water from the Fuel


(1)

Make sure that a fuel sampling for water contamination check is done to the fuel in the fuel
tanker/pump unit.

Subtask 12-11-28-860-065-C
C.

Aircraft Maintenance Configuration


(1)

Make sure that the aircraft and the fuel tanker/pump unit are grounded correctly (Ref. TASK
12-34-24-869-001-B) and electrically bonded together correctly.
NOTE :

(2)

Make sure that the chocks do not touch the tires. The weight of the fuel can lower the aircraft and
catch the chocks.

(3)

Energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-861-002-A) or (Ref. TASK
24-41-00-861-002-A-01) or (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-861-002-A-02).

(4)

In the cockpit:

(5)

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Bonding is mandatory. For grounding you must obey the local area regulations.

(a)

Do the EIS (ECAM only) start procedure (Ref. TASK 31-60-00-860-001-A).

(b)

On panel 11VU, push the FUEL pushbutton switch (in).

Monitor the aircraft fuel configuration.

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(6)

If the intercell transfer valves are closed, open the access door 192MB.
NOTE :

If operating in battery power, do not keep the door open longer than necessary because the
battery can discharge.

Subtask 12-11-28-865-057-A
D.

Open, safety and tag this(these) circuit breaker(s):

49VU

PANEL

DESIGNATION
FUEL/XFR VALVE1/WING/R

2QP

FIN
A11

LOCATION

49VU

FUEL/XFR VALVE1/WING/L

1QP

A10

121VU

FUEL/XFR VALVE2/WING/R

4QP

M23

121VU

FUEL/XFR VALVE2/WING/L

3QP

M22

Subtask 12-11-28-860-063-A
E.

Aircraft Maintenance Configuration


(1)

After five seconds, remove the safety clips and the tags and close the circuit breakers 1QP, 2QP, 3QP
and 4QP.
NOTE :

(2)

The intercell transfer valves will stay open until the next refuel selection.

Make sure that the ECAM Display Unit (DU) shows the intercell transfer valves in the open position.

Subtask 12-11-28-865-058-A
F.

Open, safety and tag this(these) circuit breaker(s):

49VU

PANEL

DESIGNATION
FUEL/XFR VALVE1/WING/R

2QP

A11

49VU

FUEL/XFR VALVE1/WING/L

1QP

A10

121VU

FUEL/XFR VALVE2/WING/R

4QP

M23

121VU

FUEL/XFR VALVE2/WING/L

3QP

M22

4.

FIN

LOCATION

Procedure
Subtask 12-11-28-650-060-A
A.

Overwing (Gravity) Refuel


NOTE :

(1)

On the panel 40VU, make sure that:


. the X FEED P/BSW 4QE is not pushed (in) (the ON and OPEN legends of the P/BSW are off).

(2)

Connect the ground-cable of the refuel nozzle to the wing ground-connection.

(3)

Remove the applicable overwing refuel cap 44QM(45QM).

(4)

Put the fuel nozzle in the overwing refuel point.

CAUTION :

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It is recommended that all of the fuel pumps are switched to off to do this procedure. This decreases
the risk of possible fuel spills. It is permitted for the wing-tank pumps to be switched to on, if:
. there is a minimum of 750 kg (1653.4665 lb) of fuel in the applicable wing-tank.

KEEP THE RATE OF REFUEL THE SAME AS, OR LESS THAN, THE RATE OF FLOW
THROUGH THE TRANSFER VALVES.

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(5)

Start the pump on the fuel tanker/pump unit.

(6)

Use the fuel pumps in the wing tanks to move the fuel to the center tank from the wing tanks (Ref.
TASK 28-25-00-869-001-A).

(7)

Monitor the fuel quantities continuously on the ECAM lower DU.


NOTE :

The overwing refuel point is not at the highest point on the wing. Thus you cannot refuel the
wing tanks to full.

(8)

When the fuel quantities are correct, stop the pump on the fuel tanker/pump unit.

(9)

Remove the fuel nozzle from the overwing refuel point.

(10) Install the overwing refuel cap 44QM(45QM).


(11) Disconnect the ground-cable of the refuel nozzle from the wing ground-connection.
(12) Do the refuel procedure again for the other wing.
(13) Correct the fuel configuration (move the fuel from the inner cells of the wing tanks to fill the outer cells
of the wing tanks (Ref. TASK 28-25-00-869-001-A)).
NOTE :
5.

Make sure that the outer wing fuel tanks are full. This will prevent the risk of structural damage.

Close-up
Subtask 12-11-28-865-059-A
A.

Remove the safety clip(s) and the tag(s) and close this(these) circuit breaker(s):
PANEL

49VU

DESIGNATION
FUEL/XFR VALVE1/WING/R

FIN

LOCATION

2QP

A11

49VU

FUEL/XFR VALVE1/WING/L

1QP

A10

121VU

FUEL/XFR VALVE2/WING/R

4QP

M23

121VU

FUEL/XFR VALVE2/WING/L

3QP

M22

Subtask 12-11-28-860-062-A
B.

Aircraft Configuration
(1)

Disconnect these bonding/ground cables:


. between the aircraft and the fuel tanker/pump unit
. if applicable, between the fuel tanker/pump unit and the ground
. if applicable, between the aircraft and the ground.

(2)

To close the intercell transfer valves:


(a)

On the refuel/defuel control panel 800VU put the MODE SELECT switch to REFUEL.

(b)

Make sure that the ECAM DU shows the intercell transfer valves closed (cross-line).

(c)

On the refuel/defuel control panel 800VU, put the MODE SELECT switch to OFF.

Subtask 12-11-28-410-057-A
C.

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Close Access
(1)

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

(2)

Close the access door 192MB.

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Subtask 12-11-28-860-064-A
D.

Aircraft Configuration
(1)

Do the EIS stop procedure (Ref. TASK 31-60-00-860-002-A).

(2)

De-energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-862-002-A) or (Ref. TASK
24-41-00-862-002-A-01) or (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-862-002-A-02).

Subtask 12-11-28-942-058-A
E.

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Removal of Equipment
(1)

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

(2)

Remove the safety barriers.

(3)

Remove the warning notice(s).

(4)

Remove the access platform(s).

(5)

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

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STA10204/RIB 19

STA10729/RIB 20

LIFT & TURN

CLOSE

OPEN

ADAPTER
(REF ONLY)

44QM
(45QM)

FWD

GROUND CONNECTION
(REF ONLY)

LINE OF
FLIGHT

N_MM_121128_3_AQM0_01_00

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FIGURE 12-11-28-991-00800-A SHEET 1


Gravity Refuel Cap

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Task 12-11-28-860-001-A
Procedure to use the ADIRU to Find the Pitch and Roll Data
1.

Reason for the Job


Self explanatory

2.

Job Set-up Information


A.

Referenced Information

REFERENCE
12-11-28-650-007-A

DESIGNATION
Use of Magnetic Level Indicators (MLI)

24-41-00-861-002-A

Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the External Power

24-41-00-861-002-A-01

Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the APU

24-41-00-861-002-A-02

Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from Engine 1(2)

24-41-00-862-002-A

De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits Supplied from the External Power

24-41-00-862-002-A-01

De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits Supplied from the APU

24-41-00-862-002-A-02

De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits Supplied from the Engine 1(2)

3.

Job Set-up
Subtask 12-11-28-861-054-A
A.

Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits


(1)

4.

Energize the aircraft electrical circuits


(Ref. TASK 24-41-00-861-002-A) or (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-861-002-A-01) or (Ref. TASK
24-41-00-861-002-A-02).

Procedure
Subtask 12-11-28-860-069-C
A.

Procedure to enter the Parameter Alpha Call-up through the MCDU


(1)

On the panel 20VU set the 3 ADIRS switches to the NAV position:

ACTION
1.On the MCDU turn the BRT knob to the ON position.
2.Push the MCDU MENU mode key.

RESULT
The MCDU is on.
The MCDU MENU page comes into view.

3.On the MCDU:

On the MCDU display:

A.Push the line key adjacent to the AIDS indication.

The AIDS menu page comes into view.

B.Push the line key adjacent to the PARM ALPHA CALL- The AIDS ALPHA CALL-UP page comes into view.
UP indication.
4.On the MCDU keypad enter the code for ROLL into the ROLL appears at the bottom of the display (scratchpad).
scratchpad.
5.Push the 2L line key.
The ROLL data shows - RECORD THE DATA.
6.Read and write down the ROLL data.
7.On the MCDU keypad enter the code for PTCH into the PITCH appears at the bottom of the display (scratchpad).
scratchpad.

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ACTION

RESULT
The PITCH data shows - RECORD THE DATA.

8.Push the 3L line key.


9.Read and write down the PITCH data.
10.Push the line key adjacent to the CLEAR ALL
indication.

The AIDS menu page comes into view.

(2)

In Table 1, use the PITCH data to find the equivalent number.

(3)

In Table 1, use the ROLL data to find the equivalent letter.

(4)

Put together the number and the letter to identify the square to use in the MLI procedure (Ref. TASK
12-11-28-650-007-A).
TABLE 1
Pitch

Ref

Roll

Ref

minus 1.5
minus 1.0
minus 0.5
0.0
plus 0.5
plus 1.0

1
2
3
4
5
6

minus 1.5
minus 1.0
minus 0.5
0.0
plus 0.5
plus 1.0

A
B
C
D
E
F

plus 1.5

plus 1.5

5.

Close-up
Subtask 12-11-28-860-070-A
A.

Aircraft Maintenance Configuration


(1)

On the panel 20VU set the 3 switches on the ADIRS to the OFF position.

(2)

On the MCDU control panel:


(a)

Push the RETURN key until the initial screen shows.

(b)

Set the BRT knob to the OFF position.

Subtask 12-11-28-862-054-A
B.

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De-energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-862-002-A) or (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-862-002A-01) or (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-862-002-A-02).

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Task 12-11-28-860-002-A
Procedure to use the FQIC Input Parameters to Find the Pitch and Roll Data
1.

Reason for the Job


Self Explanatory

2.

Job Set-up Information


A.

Referenced Information

REFERENCE
12-11-28-650-007-A

DESIGNATION
Use of Magnetic Level Indicators (MLI)

24-41-00-861-002-A

Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the External Power

24-41-00-861-002-A-01

Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the APU

24-41-00-861-002-A-02

Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from Engine 1(2)

24-41-00-862-002-A

De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits Supplied from the External Power

24-41-00-862-002-A-01

De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits Supplied from the APU

24-41-00-862-002-A-02

De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits Supplied from the Engine 1(2)

31-32-00-860-001-A

Procedure to Get Access to the SYSTEM REPORT/TEST Menu Page

31-60-00-860-001-A
31-60-00-860-002-A
34-10-00-860-002-A
34-10-00-860-005-A

EIS Start Procedure


EIS Stop Procedure
ADIRS Start Procedure
ADIRS Stop Procedure

3.

Job Set-up
Subtask 12-11-28-860-071-A
A.

Aircraft Maintenance Configuration


(1)

Energize the aircraft electrical circuits


(Ref. TASK 24-41-00-861-002-A) or (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-861-002-A-01) or (Ref. TASK
24-41-00-861-002-A-02).

(2)

Do the Electronic Instrument System (EIS) start procedure (Ref. TASK 31-60-00-860-001-A).

(3)

Get access to the SYSTEM REPORT/TEST Menu Page (Ref. TASK 31-32-00-860-001-A).

(4)

Do the Air Data/Inertial Reference System (ADIRS) start procedure (Ref. TASK 34-10-00-860-002-A).

Subtask 12-11-28-865-054-A
B.

Make sure that this(these) circuit breaker(s) is(are) closed:

49VU

PANEL

DESIGNATION
FUEL/FQI/CHAN/1

1QT

A13

121VU

FUEL/FQI/CHANNEL/1 AND 2

8QT

L26

121VU

FUEL/FQI/CHAN/2

2QT

M27

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FIN

LOCATION

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4.

Procedure
Subtask 12-11-28-860-072-A
A.

Get Access to the Fuel Quantity Indication Computer (FQIC) Input Parameters Page 1
NOTE :

This procedure can only be used if:


. the PITCH and ROLL data is taken from the ADIRS (identified by an A after the PITCH and
ROLL title)
. the PITCH data displayed for the LEFT, CTR and RIGHT is no more or less than 0.1 of each
other
. the ROLL data displayed for the LEFT, CTR and RIGHT is no more or less than 0.1 of each
other.

NOTE :

The FQIS input parameter pages are not automatically updated. The operation of the Fuel System can
be monitored through the Centralized Fault Display System (CFDS) input parameter pages. The pages
must be continuously updated. Use the NEXT PAGE control on the Multipurpose Control and Display
Unit (MCDU) to cycle the pages to update the screen.

(1)

When the SYSTEM REPORT/TEST Menu page comes into view, do this procedure:

ACTION
1.Push the line key adjacent to the FUEL indication.

RESULT
the FUEL Main Menu first page comes into view.

2.On the MCDU control panel push the NEXT PAGE key. .

the FUEL Main Menu second page comes into view.

3.Push the line key adjacent to the INPUT PARAMETER .


VALUES indication.

the MCDU shows the page FQIS INPUT


PARAMETERS - RECORD THE PITCH AND ROLL
DATA.

(2)

In Table 1, use the PITCH data to find the equivalent number.

(3)

In Table 1, use the ROLL data to find the equivalent letter.

(4)

Put together the number and the letter to identify the square to use in the Magnetic Level Indicator
(MLI) procedure (Ref. TASK 12-11-28-650-007-A).
TABLE 1
Pitch

minus 1.5
minus 1.0
minus 0.5
0.0
plus 0.5
plus 1.0
plus 1.5
5.

Ref
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

Roll
minus 1.5
minus 1.0
minus 0.5
0.0
plus 0.5
plus 1.0
plus 1.5

Ref
A
B
C
D
E
F
G

Close-up
Subtask 12-11-28-860-073-A
A.

Aircraft Maintenance Configuration


(1)

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Put the aircraft back to its initial configuration.


(a)

On the MCDU, push the line key adjacent to the RETURN indication until the MCDU Menu page
comes into view.

(b)

On the MCDU, set the BRT knob to OFF.

(c)

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

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(d)

Do the EIS stop procedure (Ref. TASK 31-60-00-860-002-A).

(e)

De-energize the aircraft electrical circuits


(Ref. TASK 24-41-00-862-002-A) or (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-862-002-A-01) or (Ref. TASK
24-41-00-862-002-A-02).

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Task 12-11-28-650-007-A
Use of Magnetic Level Indicators (MLI)
CAUTION :

RETRACT THE MLIs AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. YOU CAN EASILY CAUSE DAMAGE TO AN EXTENDED
MLI.

CAUTION :

DO NOT LET THE MLIs FALL FREELY.

1.

Reason for the Job


Self Explanatory

2.

Job Set-up Information


A.

Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

REFERENCE
No specific

QTY
DESIGNATION
AR ACCESS PLATFORM 3M (10 FT)

No specific

AR

B.

SAFETY BARRIER(S)

Work Zones and Access Panels


ZONE/ACCESS

ZONE DESCRIPTION

192MB
C.

Referenced Information

REFERENCE
12-11-28-650-001-A

DESIGNATION
General Refuel/Defuel Safety Procedures

12-11-28-650-002-A

Refuel/Defuel Safety Procedures for use in the Hangar

12-11-28-860-001-A
Procedure to use the ADIRU to Find the Pitch and Roll Data
12-11-28-860-002-A
Procedure to use the FQIC Input Parameters to Find the Pitch and Roll Data
12-32-28-281-001-A
Drain Water Content
(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-00900-B - Magnetic Level Indicators (MLI))
(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-01100-A - Attitude Monitor)
(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-01200-A - How to Read a Wing Tank MLI)
(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-02400-A - How to Read the CTR MLI)
(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-00400-G - Refuel/Defuel Control Panel 800VU, Preselector 5QT and Indicator 6QT)
(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-01400-A - Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.1 Attitudes A and G)
(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-02500-A - Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.2 Attitudes A and G)
(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-01500-A - Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.3 Attitudes A and G)
(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-02600-A - Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.4 Attitudes A and G)
(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-03600-A - Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.5 Attitudes A and G)
(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-01600-A - Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.1 Attitudes B and F)
(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-02700-A - Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.2 Attitudes B and F)
(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-01700-A - Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.3 Attitudes B and F)
(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-02800-A - Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.4 Attitudes B and F)
(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-03700-A - Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.5 Attitudes B and F)

AES

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REFERENCE
DESIGNATION
(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-01800-A - Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.1 Attitudes C and E)
(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-02900-A - Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.2 Attitudes C and E)
(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-01900-A - Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.3 Attitudes C and E)
(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-03000-A - Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.4 Attitudes C and E)
(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-03800-A - Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.5 Attitudes C and E)
(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-02000-A - Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.1 Attitude D)
(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-03100-A - Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.2 Attitude D)
(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-03400-A - Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.3 Attitude D)
(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-03500-A - Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.4 Attitude D)
(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-03900-A - Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.5 Attitude D)
(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-02100-A - Fuel Quantity - CTR MLI Attitudes A and G)
(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-03200-A - Fuel Quantity - CTR MLI Attitudes B and F)
(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-02200-A - Fuel Quantity - CTR MLI Attitudes C and E)
(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-03300-A - Fuel Quantity - CTR MLI Attitude D)
3.

Job Set-up
(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-00900-B - Magnetic Level Indicators (MLI))
(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-01100-A - Attitude Monitor)
Subtask 12-11-28-941-058-A
A.

Safety Precautions
(1)

You must obey the refuel/defuel safety precautions (Ref. TASK 12-11-28-650-001-A) (Ref. TASK
12-11-28-650-002-A).

(2)

Put the safety barriers in position.

Subtask 12-11-28-281-050-A
B.

Fuel Sampling
(1)

Get a fuel sample from the aircraft (Ref. TASK 12-32-28-281-001-A) and measure its Specific Gravity
(SG).

Subtask 12-11-28-010-058-A
C.

Get Access
(1)

Put an ACCESS PLATFORM 3M (10 FT) below the applicable MLI.

(2)

Open the access door 192MB.


NOTE :

If operating in battery power, do not keep the door open longer than necessary because the
battery can discharge.

Subtask 12-11-28-860-066-A
D.

Aircraft Maintenance Configuration


(1)

AES

Find and write down the aircraft attitude figure (pitch and roll data) as follows:
. read the aircraft attitude (grid square letter and grid square number) shown by the bubble on the
attitude monitor 39QM
or

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.
4.

use the Air Data/Inertial Reference Unit (ADIRU) to find the aircraft attitude figure (Ref. TASK
12-11-28-860-001-A)
or
use the Fuel Quantity Indication Computer (FQIC) input parameters to find the aircraft attitude
figure (Ref. TASK 12-11-28-860-002-A).

Procedure
(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-00900-B - Magnetic Level Indicators (MLI))
(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-01100-A - Attitude Monitor)
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Subtask 12-11-28-869-053-B
A.

Use of the Magnetic Level Indicators (MLI)


(1)

Use the flow chart and do these steps:


(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-01200-A - How to Read a Wing Tank MLI)
** On A/C ALL
(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-02400-A - How to Read the CTR MLI)
(a)

Use a screwdriver to push the applicable MLI and turn it through 90 deg.

(b)

Hold and carefully lower the MLI fully. Then carefully lift the MLI until you feel the magnets
engage.

(c)

Read the units mark nearest to the bottom-skin of the wing and write down the number.

(2)

Retract the MLI and use a screwdriver to turn it through 90 deg. to lock it.

(3)

Find the volume of fuel in each tank as follows:


(a)

Use the applicable MLI stick number and the applicable aircraft attitude grid-square letter to find
the correct fuel quantity table. The tables are on the inside of access panel 192MB.
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(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-00400-G - Refuel/Defuel Control Panel 800VU, Preselector 5QT and
Indicator 6QT)

(b)

Find the applicable MLI unit row and the applicable aircraft attitude (grid- square letter and
number) row in the table. Find the intersection of the applicable rows to give the correct volume
of fuel in the tank.
NOTE :

AES

Only even number MLI units are listed in the tables. To calculate the volume of fuel for
uneven numbers, interpolate between the nearest even numbers in the table.
.

MLI Stick No.1 Attitudes A and G


(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-01400-A - Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.1 Attitudes A and G)

MLI Stick No.2 Attitudes A and G


(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-02500-A - Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.2 Attitudes A and G)

MLI Stick No.3 Attitudes A and G


(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-01500-A - Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.3 Attitudes A and G)

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MLI Stick No.4 Attitudes A and G


(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-02600-A - Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.4 Attitudes A and G)

MLI Stick No.5 Attitudes A and G


(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-03600-A - Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.5 Attitudes A and G)

MLI Stick No.1 Attitudes B and F


(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-01600-A - Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.1 Attitudes B and F)

MLI Stick No.2 Attitudes B and F


(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-02700-A - Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.2 Attitudes B and F)

MLI Stick No.3 Attitudes B and F


(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-01700-A - Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.3 Attitudes B and F)

MLI Stick No.4 Attitudes B and F


(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-02800-A - Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.4 Attitudes B and F)

MLI Stick No.5 Attitudes B and F


(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-03700-A - Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.5 Attitudes B and F)

MLI Stick No.1 Attitudes C and E


(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-01800-A - Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.1 Attitudes C and E)

MLI Stick No.2 Attitudes C and E


(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-02900-A - Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.2 Attitudes C and E)

MLI Stick No.3 Attitudes C and E


(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-01900-A - Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.3 Attitudes C and E)

MLI Stick No.4 Attitudes C and E


(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-03000-A - Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.4 Attitudes C and E)

MLI Stick No.5 Attitudes C and E


(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-03800-A - Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.5 Attitudes C and E)

MLI Stick No.1 Attitude D


(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-02000-A - Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.1 Attitude D)

MLI Stick No.2 Attitude D


(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-03100-A - Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.2 Attitude D)

MLI Stick No.3 Attitude D


(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-03400-A - Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.3 Attitude D)

MLI Stick No.4 Attitude D


(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-03500-A - Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.4 Attitude D)

MLI Stick No.5 Attitude D


(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-03900-A - Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.5 Attitude D)

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(4)

5.

CTR MLI Attitudes A and G


(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-02100-A - Fuel Quantity - CTR MLI Attitudes A and G)

CTR MLI Attitudes B and F


(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-03200-A - Fuel Quantity - CTR MLI Attitudes B and F)

CTR MLI Attitudes C and E


(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-02200-A - Fuel Quantity - CTR MLI Attitudes C and E)

CTR MLI Attitude D.


(Ref. Fig. 12-11-28-991-03300-A - Fuel Quantity - CTR MLI Attitude D)

Add together the values for each tank to find the total volume of fuel.

NOTE :
(5)

The MLI are accurate to +/- 5% of their indication . This is not sufficiently accurate to use
them as a datum for the FQI.

Multiply the total volume of the fuel by the SG of the fuel. The result is the total mass of the fuel.
NOTE :

When the outer cell is full it is not possible to get an accurate reading above 220 l (58.1174
USgal). This is because of the MLI No.5 position and the shape of the cell.

NOTE :

MLI No. 5 can only record a maximum fuel reading of 850 l (224.5444 USgal). The maximum
capacity of the outer wing cell is 880 l (232.4695 USgal).

NOTE :

When the aircraft is fully refueled, the maximum capacity of the inner wing cell is 6924 l
(1829.1124 USgal).

Close-up
** On A/C ALL
Subtask 12-11-28-410-058-A
A.

Close Access
(1)

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

(2)

Close the access door 192MB.

Subtask 12-11-28-942-059-A
B.

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Removal of Equipment
(1)

Remove the safety barriers.

(2)

Remove the warning notice(s).

(3)

Remove the access platform(s).

(4)

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

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STA700/RIB2
STA3059/RIB6
STA5512/RIB10
STA6699/RIB12

STA11198/RIB21

STICK
No. 1
104QM

STICK
No. 2
106QM

STICK
No. 4
110QM

(105QM)

(107QM)

(111QM)

540RB
(640RB)

STICK
No. 3
108QM

STICK
No. 5
112QM

(109QM)

(113QM)

AX

INDICATOR ROD EXTENDED

EXTERNAL VIEW OF RETRACTED


AND LOCKED M.L.I.

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FIGURE 12-11-28-991-00900-B SHEET 1


Magnetic Level Indicators (MLI)

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ACCESS
PANEL
192MB

ATTITUDE
MONITOR
39QM
A1
B
C
D
E
F
G

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FIGURE 12-11-28-991-01100-A SHEET 1


Attitude Monitor

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FIGURE 12-11-28-991-01200-A SHEET 1


How to Read a Wing Tank MLI
YES

YES

YES

READ THE
No.3 MLI

READ THE
No.2 MLI

READ THE
No.1 MLI

REFER TO
THE
APPLICABLE
TABLE

YES

READ THE
No.4 MLI

INNER
CELL
QUANTITY

DOES
MLI No.1
MEASURE THE
FUEL?

NO

DOES
MLI No.2
MEASURE THE
FUEL?

NO

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TOTAL
WING TANK
QUANTITY

OUTER
CELL
QUANTITY

THE OUTER CELL


QUANTITY IS
UNREADABLE
BE CAREFUL:
IT IS POSSIBLE
THAT THE OUTER
CELL CONTAINS
160 GAL MAX.

NO

NO

DOES
MLI No.3
MEASURE THE
FUEL?

DOES
MLI No.5
MEASURE THE
FUEL?

DOES
MLI No.4
MEASURE THE
FUEL?

ADD THE
INNER CELL &
OUTER CELL
QUANTITIES

START

YES

REFER TO
THE APLLICABLE
TABLE

READ THE
No.5 MLI

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START

DOES
CTR MLI
MEASURE THE
FUEL?

YES

READ THE
CTR MLI

REFER TO
THE
APPLICABLE
TABLE

CENTER
TANK
QUANTITY

END

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FIGURE 12-11-28-991-02400-A SHEET 1


How to Read the CTR MLI

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UNITS ON MLI

GRID SQUARE LETTER

GRID SQUARE NUMBER

NOTE: FUEL READINGS ARE IN LITERS.

N_MM_121128_3_BCM0_01_00

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FIGURE 12-11-28-991-01400-A SHEET 1


Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.1 Attitudes A and G

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GRID SQUARE LETTER

GRID SQUARE NUMBER

NOTE:FUEL READINGS ARE IN LITERS.

N_MM_121128_3_BDM0_01_00

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FIGURE 12-11-28-991-02500-A SHEET 1


Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.2 Attitudes A and G

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GRID SQUARE LETTER

GRID SQUARE NUMBER

NOTE: FUEL READINGS ARE IN LITERS.

N_MM_121128_3_BEM0_01_00

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FIGURE 12-11-28-991-01500-A SHEET 1


Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.3 Attitudes A and G

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GRID SQUARE LETTER

GRID SQUARE NUMBER

NOTE: FUEL READINGS ARE IN LITERS.

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FIGURE 12-11-28-991-02600-A SHEET 1


Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.4 Attitudes A and G

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GRID SQUARE LETTER

GRID SQUARE NUMBER

NOTE: FUEL READINGS ARE IN LITERS.

N_MM_121128_3_THM0_01_00

AES

FIGURE 12-11-28-991-03600-A SHEET 1


Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.5 Attitudes A and G

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GRID SQUARE LETTER

GRID SQUARE NUMBER

NOTE: FUEL READINGS ARE IN LITERS.

N_MM_121128_3_BGM0_01_00

AES

FIGURE 12-11-28-991-01600-A SHEET 1


Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.1 Attitudes B and F

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GRID SQUARE LETTER

GRID SQUARE NUMBER

NOTE: FUEL READINGS ARE IN LITERS.

N_MM_121128_3_BHM0_01_00

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FIGURE 12-11-28-991-02700-A SHEET 1


Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.2 Attitudes B and F

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GRID SQUARE LETTER

GRID SQUARE NUMBER

NOTE: FUEL READINGS ARE IN LITERS.

N_MM_121128_3_BJM0_01_00

AES

FIGURE 12-11-28-991-01700-A SHEET 1


Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.3 Attitudes B and F

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GRID SQUARE LETTER

GRID SQUARE NUMBER

NOTE: FUEL READINGS ARE IN LITERS.

N_MM_121128_3_BKM0_01_00

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FIGURE 12-11-28-991-02800-A SHEET 1


Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.4 Attitudes B and F

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GRID SQUARE LETTER

GRID SQUARE NUMBER

NOTE: FUEL READINGS ARE IN LITERS.

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FIGURE 12-11-28-991-03700-A SHEET 1


Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.5 Attitudes B and F

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GRID SQUARE LETTER

GRID SQUARE NUMBER

NOTE: FUEL READINGS ARE IN LITERS.

N_MM_121128_3_BLM0_01_00

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FIGURE 12-11-28-991-01800-A SHEET 1


Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.1 Attitudes C and E

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GRID SQUARE NUMBER

NOTE: FUEL READINGS ARE IN LITERS.

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FIGURE 12-11-28-991-02900-A SHEET 1


Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.2 Attitudes C and E

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GRID SQUARE LETTER

GRID SQUARE NUMBER

NOTE:FUEL READINGS ARE IN LITERS.

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FIGURE 12-11-28-991-01900-A SHEET 1


Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.3 Attitudes C and E

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GRID SQUARE NUMBER

NOTE: FUEL READINGS ARE IN LITERS.

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FIGURE 12-11-28-991-03000-A SHEET 1


Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.4 Attitudes C and E

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GRID SQUARE NUMBER

NOTE: FUEL READINGS ARE IN LITERS.

N_MM_121128_3_TLM0_01_00

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FIGURE 12-11-28-991-03800-A SHEET 1


Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.5 Attitudes C and E

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GRID SQUARE NUMBER

UNITS
ON MLI

NOTE: FUEL READINGS ARE IN LITERS.

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FIGURE 12-11-28-991-02000-A SHEET 1


Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.1 Attitude D

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GRID SQUARE NUMBER

UNITS
ON MLI

NOTE: FUEL READINGS ARE IN LITERS.

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FIGURE 12-11-28-991-03100-A SHEET 1


Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.2 Attitude D

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UNITS
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NOTE: FUEL READINGS ARE IN LITERS.

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FIGURE 12-11-28-991-03400-A SHEET 1


Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.3 Attitude D

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UNITS
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FIGURE 12-11-28-991-03500-A SHEET 1


Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.4 Attitude D

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UNITS
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FIGURE 12-11-28-991-03900-A SHEET 1


Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.5 Attitude D

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GRID
SQUARE
NUMBER

UNITS
ON MLI

NOTE: FUEL READINGS ARE IN LITERS.

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FIGURE 12-11-28-991-02100-A SHEET 1


Fuel Quantity - CTR MLI Attitudes A and G

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NUMBER

UNITS
ON MLI

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FIGURE 12-11-28-991-03200-A SHEET 1


Fuel Quantity - CTR MLI Attitudes B and F

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NUMBER

UNITS
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FIGURE 12-11-28-991-02200-A SHEET 1


Fuel Quantity - CTR MLI Attitudes C and E

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1.

General
The hydraulic fluid instructions give specifications and special instructions.
A.

Specifications of Phosphate Ester Base Fluids.


(1) The aircraft hydraulic systems are filled with hydraulic fluids on phosphate ester base. The Material
Numbers (Mat No.) are as follows:
. 02-003,
. 02-003A,
. 02-003B,
. 02-003C,
. 02-003D,
. 02-003E,
. 02-008.
(2) The hydraulic fluid is specified by the operator. All fluids are to NSA 307110 specification. They can be
mixed.
(3) For the fluid characteristics refer to Fig. 001.
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-00-12500-A - Characteristics of Phosphate Ester Base - Hydraulic Fluids)

B.

Fluid Monitoring
(1) Hydraulic fluid with a high degree of cleanliness is required for the correct operation of the hydraulic
systems and equipment.
(2) To monitor the hydraulic fluid, it is necessary to frequently sample, count particles (physical contamination)
and inspect the filter clogging indicators.
(3) If the filter clogging indicator is shown you must:
. Stop the related hydraulic system
. Replace the clogged filter
. Take a sample of the system hydraulic fluid and send it for analysis.
(4) Use the results of the analysis record (physical contamination) to reclaim the hydraulic fluid:
. (Ref. 12-36-29-600-004)
. (Ref. 12-36-29-600-005)
. (Ref. 12-36-29-600-006).

C.

NOTE :

The number of particles contained in 100 cm3 (6.10 in.3) of hydraulic fluid must not be more the
class 9 requirements of the NAS specification 1638 (final or rejection state).

NOTE :

The degree of cleanliness of the hydraulic fluid used for replenishing (topping up of the hydraulic
systems and hydraulic cart reservoirs) must agree with class 7 of the NAS specification 1638 (initial
state).

Hydraulic Ground Power Cart


Only hydraulic ground power carts with a hydraulic reservoir must be used.
The fluid sampling operation for contamination of the hydraulic fluid must be monitored and the sample analysis
record kept on file.

D. Hydraulic Fluid Property In-Service limits.


The hydraulic fluid property in-service limits are:

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.

The physical properties,


The chemical properties.
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-00-13200-A - Hydraulic Fluid Property In-Service Limits)

NOTE :

The maximum water contents permitted by the manufacture in hydraulic fluids is 0.8 %. But this limit
together with very high temperatures decreases the life of the hydraulic fluids. Airbus Industrie thus
recommends to decrease the limit to 0.5 % which will increase the life of the hydraulic fluid.

(1) The quality of the hydraulic fluid must be in the limits given in Fig. 002.
(a) If the water or chlorine content of the hydraulic fluid are equal or more than the permitted values:
Clean it with the HYDRAULIC PURIFIER (HSPA181-380J):
. (Ref: 12-36-29-615-001)
. (Ref: 12-36-29-615-002)
. (Ref: 12-36-29-615-003)
Or change the hydraulic fluid:
. (Ref: 12-36-29-600-001)
. (Ref: 12-36-29-600-002)
. (Ref: 12-36-29-600-003)
(b) If the acidity, density or viscosity of the hydraulic fluid are more than the permitted values:
Change the hydraulic fluid:
. (Ref: 12-36-29-600-001)
. (Ref: 12-36-29-600-002)
. (Ref: 12-36-29-600-003)
(c) If the conductivity of the hydraulic fluid is less than the permitted value:
Change the hydraulic fluid:
. (Ref: 12-36-29-600-001)
. (Ref: 12-36-29-600-002)
. (Ref: 12-36-29-600-003)
E.

Specifications of Mineral Base Fluids


(1) Each aircraft landing-gear shock-absorber is supplied filled with a hydraulic fluid (Mat. No 02-001) to the
MIL-H-5606 or MIL-PRF-5606 specification.
(2) Fluid Characteristics.
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-00-12900-A - Characteristics of Mineral Base Fluids)

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CHARACTERISTICS
VISCOSITY AT:
(IN CENTISTOKES)

SKYDROL 500 B4

SKYDROL LD 4

HYJET IV

HYJET IVA

HYJET IVAPLUS

2765 CS

1185 CS

1375 CS

1353 CS

1236 CS

11.51 CS

11.42 CS

10.58 CS

10.81 CS

10.33 CS

3.78 CS

3.93 CS

3.57 CS

3.62 CS

3.46 CS

54 C
(65.2 F)
+37.8 C
(100 F)
+98.9 C
(210 F)

DENSITY AT 23 C (73 F)
(IN KG/M 3)

LOW DENSITY:
970 TO 1020

HIGH DENSITY:
990 TO 1066
0.10 TO 0.30

0.10 TO 0.30

0.20

0.23

0.22

FLASH POINT (IN C)


(IN F)

182
360

171
340

182
360

177
350

178
352

FIRE POINT (IN C)


(IN F)

210
410

182
360

204
399

207
405

188
370

AUTOIGNITION POINT
(IN C)
(IN F)

507
945

471
880

518
964

427
800

399
750

28.200
408.900

25.200
365.400

23.650
342.925

16.961
246.000

18.063
262.000

0.400

0.446

0.475

0.450

0.450

WATER CONTENT (IN%)

BULK MODULUS (ADIABATIC)


AT 38 C (IN BARS)
100 F (IN PSI)
SPECIFIC HEAT AT 38 C
(100 F) (IN CAL/G/ C)
THERMAL EXPANSION FACTOR
(IN/ C)

4
8.46 x 10

4
9.18 x 10

THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY AT
38 C (100 F)
(CAL/S/CM/ C)
ELECTRICAL CONDUCTIVITY
1
(IN MICROSIEMENS/CM )

8 x 104

4
8.28 x 10

TBD
TBD

33.4

0.38 TO 0.43

DEGREE OF CONTAMINATION
NEW FLUID
(IN SERVICE)
UTILIZATION TEMPERATURE

PARTICLE SIZE RANGE


MICRONS (INCHES)

0.39 TO 0.47

1.30

NAS 1638 CLASS 7


(NAS 1638 CLASS 9)

0.8 TO 1.0

0.8 TO 1.4

SEE BELOW

BETWEEN 50 C AND +110 C (58 F AND +230 F)

MAXIMUM CONTAMINATION LIMITS


NUMBER OF PARTICLES
(BASED ON A 100ML 0.026 US GAL SAMPLE)
CLASS 7
(NEW FLUID)

CLASS 9
(IN SERVICE)

5 TO 15

(0.0002 TO 0.0006 in.)

32000

128000

15 TO 25

(0.0006 TO 0.001 in.)

5700

22800

25 TO 50

(0.001 TO 0.002 in.)

1012

4050

50 TO 100

(0.002 TO 0.004 in.)

180

720

OVER 100

(0.004 in.) AND FIBERS

32

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CHARACTERISTICS
VISCOSITY AT:
(IN CENTISTOKES)

HYJET V
1773 CS

54 C
(65.2 F)
+37.8 C
(100 F)
+98.9 C
(210 F)

DENSITY AT 23 C (73 F)
(IN KG/M 3)

9.12 CS
3.04 CS
LOW DENSITY:
970 TO 1020

WATER CONTENT (IN%)

0.11

FLASH POINT (IN C)


(IN F)

161
322

FIRE POINT (IN C)


(IN F)

178
352

AUTOIGNITION POINT
(IN C)
(IN F)

436
817

BULK MODULUS (ADIABATIC)


AT 25 C (IN BARS)
77 F (IN PSI)

15.142
220.000

SPECIFIC HEAT AT 38 C
(100 F) (IN CAL/G/ C)
THERMAL EXPANSION FACTOR
(IN/ C)

0.394
3
9.10 x 10

THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY AT
38 C (100 F)
(CAL/S/CM/ C)
ELECTRICAL CONDUCTIVITY
1
(IN MICROSIEMENS/CM )

TBD

0.37

DEGREE OF CONTAMINATION
NEW FLUID
(IN SERVICE)
UTILIZATION TEMPERATURE

PARTICLE SIZE RANGE


MICRONS (INCHES)

NAS 1638 CLASS 7


(NAS 1638 CLASS 9)

SEE BELOW

BETWEEN 50 C AND +110 C (58 F AND +230 F)

MAXIMUM CONTAMINATION LIMITS


NUMBER OF PARTICLES
(BASED ON A 100ML 0.026 US GAL SAMPLE)
CLASS 7
(NEW FLUID)

CLASS 9
(IN SERVICE)

5 TO 15

(0.0002 TO 0.0006 in.)

32000

128000

15 TO 25

(0.0006 TO 0.001 in.)

5700

22800

25 TO 50

(0.001 TO 0.002 in.)

1012

4050

50 TO 100

(0.002 TO 0.004 in.)

180

720

OVER 100

(0.004 in.) AND FIBERS

32

128

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VISUAL APPEARANCE

VISCOSITY AT :
(IN CENTISTOKES)

FLASH POINT

54 C
(65.2 F)
+40 C
(104 F)
+100 C
(212 F)
(IN C)
(IN F)

CLEAR, HOMOGENOUS,
RED IN COLOR
3000 CS
13.0 CS
4.0 CS

81
177.8

UTILIZATION TEMPERATURE: BETWEEN 54 C AND +90 C


(65.2 F AND 194 F)

DEGREE OF CONTAMINATION

PARTICLE SIZE RANGE


MICRONS (INCHES)
5 TO 15
(0.0002 TO 0.0006)
15 TO 25
(0.0006 TO 0.001)
25 TO 50 (0.001 TO 0.002)
50 TO 100
(0.002 TO 0.004)
OVER 100 (0.004)

MAXIMUM CONTAMINATION
LIMITS
NUMBER OF PARTICLES
10 000
1 000
150
20
5

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FLUID PROPERTIES

INSERVICE FLUID LIMITS

PHYSICAL PROPERTIES

TEST METHOD
NSA 307110

VISUAL APPEARANCE

TRANSPARENT

VISUAL

ABSOLUTE KINEMATIC
VISCOSITY AT 38 DEG C
(100.4 DEG F)

6 TO 12.5 CST

UBBELOHDE

DENSITY AT 23 DEG C
(73 DEG F)

HIGH DENSITY: 990 TO 1066 KG/M 3


LOW DENSITY: 970 TO 1020 KG/M 3

ISO 3675

WATER CONTENT

0.80% MAX

NEUTRALIZATION
ACIDITY NUMBER

KARL FISCHER
ELECTROCHEMICAL

1.5 mgKOH/g MAX

NSA 307110

CHLORINE CONTENT

200 PPM MAX

CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

ELECTRICAL
CONDUCTIVITY

NSA 307110

0.30 microSiemens.cm 1

NSA 307110

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Task 12-12-29-611-001-A
Fill the Hydraulic Fluid Reservoir with a Hand Pump
WARNING : DO NOT GET THE FLUID ON YOUR SKIN OR IN YOUR EYES. IF YOU DO:
FLUSH IT AWAY WITH CLEAN WATER
GET MEDICAL AID.
WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE TRAVEL RANGES OF THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES ARE CLEAR BEFORE
YOU PRESSURIZE/DEPRESSURIZE A HYDRAULIC SYSTEM.
WARNING : BE CAREFUL WHEN YOU USE CONSUMABLE MATERIALS. OBEY THE MATERIAL MANUFACTURERS
INSTRUCTIONS AND YOUR LOCAL REGULATIONS.
FIN 1000GQ, 2000GQ, 3000GQ
1.

Reason for the Job


Self explanatory

2.

Job Set-up Information


A.

Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

REFERENCE
No specific

QTY
DESIGNATION
1
ACCESS PLATFORM 2M (6 FT)

No specific

CONTAINER - HYDRAULIC FLUID RESISTANT

No specific

WARNING NOTICE(S)

B.

Consumable Materials

REFERENCE
Material No: 02-003A

DESIGNATION
HYDRAULIC FLUIDS
HYDRAULIC FLUID (PHOSPHATE ESTER BASE)

Material No: 02-003B

HYDRAULIC FLUIDS
HYDRAULIC FLUID (PHOSPHATE ESTER BASE)

Material No: 02-003D

HYDRAULIC FLUIDS
HYDRAULIC FLUID (PHOSPHATE ESTER BASE)

Material No: 02-003E

HYDRAULIC
HYDRAULIC
HYDRAULIC
HYDRAULIC

Material No: 02-008


C.

FLUIDS
FLUID
FLUIDS
FLUID

Work Zones and Access Panels


ZONE/ACCESS

ZONE DESCRIPTION

197CB, 197EB, 198CB

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Referenced Information

REFERENCE
12-14-29-614-001-A

DESIGNATION
Fill the Hydraulic Power Accumulators with Nitrogen

24-41-00-861-002-A

Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the External Power

24-41-00-861-002-A-01

Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the APU

24-41-00-861-002-A-02

Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from Engine 1(2)

24-41-00-862-002-A

De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits Supplied from the External Power

24-41-00-862-002-A-01

De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits Supplied from the APU

24-41-00-862-002-A-02

De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits Supplied from the Engine 1(2)

29-00-00-864-001-A

Put the Related Hydraulic


Maintenance Action
Bleeding Procedure of the
Pump
Bleeding Procedure of the
Pump
Bleeding Procedure of the

29-00-00-870-003-A
29-00-00-870-007-A
29-00-00-870-008-A
29-00-00-870-009-A

System in the Depressurized Configuration before


Green Hydraulic System Downstream of the Engine
Yellow Hydraulic System Downstream of the Engine
Blue Hydraulic System Upstream of the Blue E-Pump

29-00-00-910-002-A

Bleeding Procedure of the Blue Hydraulic System Downstream of the Blue EPump
Safety Procedures of the Hydraulic System

29-10-00-680-001-A

Drainage of the Reservoir of the Green Hydraulic System

29-10-00-680-002-A

Drainage of the Reservoir of the Yellow Hydraulic System

29-10-00-680-003-A

Drainage of the Reservoir of the Blue Hydraulic System

29-14-00-614-002-A

Pressurization of the Hydraulic Reservoirs through the Ground Connector

29-24-00-863-001-A

Pressurize the Yellow Hydraulic System with the Electric Pump

29-24-00-864-001-A

Depressurize the Yellow Hydraulic System

32-12-00-010-001-A
32-12-00-410-001-A
32-44-11-200-001-A

Open the Main Gear Doors for Access


Close the Main Gear Doors after Access
Functional Check of Parking/Emergency Brake Accumulator by Reading the
Charge Pressure on the Accumulator Gauge

(Ref. Fig. 12-12-29-991-00100-A - Ground Service Panel of the Green Hydraulic System)
3.

Job Set-up
Subtask 12-12-29-860-051-A
A.

Aircraft Maintenance Configuration


WARNING : OBEY THE HYDRAULIC SAFETY PROCEDURES.
(1)

Obey the hydraulic safety procedures (Ref. TASK 29-00-00-910-002-A).

(2)

Make sure that the aircraft is in this configuration:


. The speed brakes and the spoilers are retracted
. The thrust reversers are stowed (closed)
. The landing gear is extended and the landing gear doors are closed
NOTE :

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One main landing gear door may be kept open.

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The FWD and aft cargo-compartment doors 825 and 826 are closed
All the other hydraulically controlled systems are in the normal position.

Make sure that the hydraulic systems are depressurized and put them in the maintenance configuration.
(Ref. TASK 29-00-00-864-001-A).
NOTE :

(4)

Do not depressurize the system reservoirs.

Energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-861-002-A) or (Ref. TASK
24-41-00-861-002-A-01) or (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-861-002-A-02).

Subtask 12-12-29-010-054-A
B.

Get Access
(1)

If all Main Landing Gear (MLG) doors are closed, open the left MLG door (Ref. TASK
32-12-00-010-001-A).

(2)

Open the access panels 197CB 198CB.

(3)

Put the ACCESS PLATFORM 2M (6 FT) in position.

Subtask 12-12-29-210-052-A
C.

Inspection of the Pressure Values


(1)

Make sure that the nitrogen fill pressure of the brake accumulator 2582GM is correct (Ref. TASK
32-44-11-200-001-A).

(2)

Make sure that the hydraulic accumulators 1070GM, 2070GM and 3070GM have a nitrogen pressure of
130 bar (1885.4901 psi) at 20 DEG.C (68.00 DEG.F).
If necessary, adjust the nitrogen pressure (Ref. TASK 12-14-29-614-001-A).

(3)

Make sure that the pressure on the indicator of the related reservoir is 3.5 +0.3 bar or -0 bar (50.7632
+4.3511 psi or +0.0000 psi). If necessary, pressurize the reservoir (Ref. TASK 29-14-00-614-002-A).

Subtask 12-12-29-863-050-A
D.

Pressurization of the Auxiliary Braking System


(1)

Pressurize the Yellow hydraulic system with the Yellow E-pump (Ref. TASK 29-24-00-863-001-A) to
pressurize the brake accumulator system to 206 bar (2987.7766 psi).

(2)

On the panel 110VU, put the parking brake control switch 73GG to the ON position.

(3)

Make sure that the pressure on the triple indicator 60GG shows the left and right pressure values.

(4)

Depressurize the Yellow hydraulic system (Ref. TASK 29-24-00-864-001-A).


NOTE :

4.

Do not depressurize the alternate braking system.

(5)

Close the left MLG door (Ref. TASK 32-12-00-410-001-A).

(6)

Put the WARNING NOTICE(S) on the panel 40VU in the cockpit to tell persons not to pressurize the
hydraulic systems.

Procedure
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-29-991-00100-A - Ground Service Panel of the Green Hydraulic System)
Subtask 12-12-29-611-052-A
A.

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Fill the Hydraulic Reservoirs (Refer to the Table)


(1)

Remove the hand pump lever 3270GM from the service panel of the Yellow hydraulic system.

(2)

On the service panel of the Green hydraulic system, connect the hand pump lever 3270GM to the shaft
of the hand pump 1009GM.

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Remove the flexible hose 1699GM from the service panel compartment of the Green hydraulic system.

WARNING : BE CAREFUL WHEN YOU USE THESE MATERIALS. OBEY THE MATERIAL
MANUFACTURERS INSTRUCTIONS.
(4)

Remove the blanking cap and connect the flexible hose to the fill valve 1698GM. Put the other end in
the CONTAINER - HYDRAULIC FLUID RESISTANT with one of these hydraulic fluids:
. HYDRAULIC FLUIDS (Material No: 02-003A)
. HYDRAULIC FLUIDS (Material No: 02-003B)
. HYDRAULIC FLUIDS (Material No: 02-003D)
. HYDRAULIC FLUIDS (Material No: 02-003E)
. HYDRAULIC FLUIDS (Material No: 02-008) .

(5)

Turn the selector 1134GQ to the position that is correct for the system you will fill.

(6)

Make sure that, on the quantity indicator 1834GQ, the colored light of the related system comes on.

(7)

Fill the hydraulic reservoir:


CAUTION :

MAKE SURE THAT YOU DO NOT PUT TOO MUCH FLUID IN THE RESERVOIR. IF
THE RESERVOIR IS TOO FULL, YOU CANNOT PRESSURIZE IT SUFFICIENTLY. LOW
AIR PRESSURE CAN CAUSE THE MESSAGE RSVR LO AIR PR TO SHOW IN FLIGHT
ON THE UPPER AND LOWER ECAM DISPLAY UNITS.

(a)

Operate the hand pump 1009GM.

(b)

Monitor the increase of the fluid level of the related system on the quantity indicator and do these
steps:
1

Stop the flow of the hydraulic fluid when the pointer is almost to the fill level given in the
table.

Slowly continue to fill again, until the pointer shows almost to the fill level given in the
table.
NOTE :

Each open MLG decrases the volume in the green reservoir by 0.25 l (0.0660
USgal).

NOTE :

Each open cargo door decrases the volume in the yellow reservoir by 0.2 l (0.0528
USgal).

NOTE :

The hydraulic fluid volume in the reservoirs can change with the temperature. For
each 10 DEG.C scale Celcius (which is each 18 DEG.F on the scale Fahrenheit)
change in outside air temperature:

NOTE :

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The volume in the reservoir of the Green hydraulic system can change by 0.5 l
(0.1321 USgal)

The volume in the reservoir of the Yellow hydraulic system can change by 0.5 l
(0.1321 USgal)

The volume in the reservoir of the Blue hydraulic system can change by 0.25 l
(0.0660 USgal).

If the temperature is above 20 DEG.C (68.00 DEG.F) the quantity indicator pointer
must be in the top half of the related scale range.

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NOTE :

After servicing of the reservoir with the temperature adjustment instruction, the
cockpit reservoir filling level is permitted to be above the normal filling range, if the
reservoir gauge on the ground service panel is in permitted range.

HYDRAULIC RESERVOIR CAPACITIES


SYSTEM/RESERVOIR
GREEN SYSTEM
Total Capacity
Max. Capacity shown on
the Gage
Fill Level
Low Level Warning

23
18
14
3

QUANTITY US
GAL
6.1
4.8
3.7
0.8

BLUE SYSTEM
Total Capacity
Max. Capacity shown on
the Gage
Fill Level
Low Level Warning

10
8
6
2

2.6
2.1
1.6
0.5

AT 20 DEG.C (68 DEG.F)

YELLOW SYSTEM
Total Capacity
Max. Capacity shown on
the Gage
Fill Level
Low Level Warning

20
18
12
3

5.3
4.8
3.2
0.8

At 20 DEG.C (68 DEG.F)


with the normal nitrogen
precharging pressure in
the brake accumulator
2582GM and the auxiliary
brake system pressurized

QUANTITY
LITERS

REMARKS
At 20 DEG.C (68 DEG.F)

After servicing of the reservoir, refer to previous work step:


. The cockpit reservoir full level is permitted to be above the normal full limit, if the
reservoir gage on the ground service panel is in the permitted limits.

(8)

If a reservoir is filled too much, drain the unwanted hydraulic fluid:


. For the reservoir of the Green hydraulic system (Ref. TASK 29-10-00-680-001-A)
. For the reservoir of the Yellow hydraulic system (Ref. TASK 29-10-00-680-002-A)
. For the reservoir of the Blue hydraulic system (Ref. TASK 29-10-00-680-003-A).

(9)

Turn the selector 1134GQ to the NEUTRAL position.

(10) Make sure that the colored light on the quantity indicator 1834GQ goes off.
(11) Remove the flexible hose and install the blanking cap on the pump.
(12) Put the flexible hose back in position in the service panel compartment of the Green hydraulic system.
(13) Remove the hand pump lever 3270GM from the hand pump 1009GM. Then put the hand pump lever in
position on the service panel of the Yellow hydraulic system.
(14) If you filled the hydraulic reservoir after:
. Maintenance
. Removal/installation of hydraulic components
. Hydraulic fluid low level (loss of the hydraulic system)
. High loss of hydraulic fluid:
(a)

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Use the related bleeding procedure as follows:


. For the reservoir of the Green hydraulic system (Ref. TASK 29-00-00-870-003-A)
. For the reservoir of the Yellow hydraulic system (Ref. TASK 29-00-00-870-007-A)

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.
5.

For the reservoir of the Blue hydraulic system (Ref. TASK 29-00-00-870-008-A) and (Ref.
TASK 29-00-00-870-009-A).

Close-up
Subtask 12-12-29-410-054-A
A.

Close Access
(1)

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

(2)

Close the access panels 197CB 198CB and if necessary 197EB.

Subtask 12-12-29-860-050-A
B.

AES

Put the aircraft back to its initial configuration.


(1)

De-energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-862-002-A) or (Ref. TASK
24-41-00-862-002-A-01) or (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-862-002-A-02).

(2)

Remove the warning notice(s).

(3)

Remove the access platform(s).

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A
197CB

A
RESERVOIR FILL SYSTEM
SELECTOR VALVE 1134GQ
RESERVOIR FILL SYSTEM
HAND PUMP FILL VALVE 1698GM

QUANTITY INDICATOR
1834GQ

GROUND SUPPLY
RESERVOIR FILL
CONNECTION 1007GM
RESERVOIR FILL SYSTEM
HAND PUMP 1009GM

N_MM_121229_3_AAM0_01_00

AES

FIGURE 12-12-29-991-00100-A SHEET 1


Ground Service Panel of the Green Hydraulic System

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Task 12-12-29-611-002-A
Fill the Hydraulic Fluid Reservoir with a Hydraulic Service Cart
WARNING : DO NOT GET THE FLUID ON YOUR SKIN OR IN YOUR EYES. IF YOU DO:
FLUSH IT AWAY WITH CLEAN WATER
GET MEDICAL AID.
WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE TRAVEL RANGES OF THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES ARE CLEAR BEFORE
YOU PRESSURIZE/DEPRESSURIZE A HYDRAULIC SYSTEM.
WARNING : BE CAREFUL WHEN YOU USE CONSUMABLE MATERIALS. OBEY THE MATERIAL MANUFACTURERS
INSTRUCTIONS AND YOUR LOCAL REGULATIONS.
FIN 1000GQ, 2000GQ, 3000GQ
1.

Reason for the Job


Self explanatory

2.

Job Set-up Information


A.

Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

REFERENCE
No specific

QTY
DESIGNATION
1
ACCESS PLATFORM 2M (6 FT)

No specific

CART - SERVICING, HYDRAULIC

No specific

WARNING NOTICE(S)

B.

Consumable Materials

REFERENCE
Material No: 02-003A

DESIGNATION
HYDRAULIC FLUIDS
HYDRAULIC FLUID (PHOSPHATE ESTER BASE)

Material No: 02-003B

HYDRAULIC FLUIDS
HYDRAULIC FLUID (PHOSPHATE ESTER BASE)

Material No: 02-003D

HYDRAULIC FLUIDS
HYDRAULIC FLUID (PHOSPHATE ESTER BASE)

Material No: 02-003E

HYDRAULIC
HYDRAULIC
HYDRAULIC
HYDRAULIC

Material No: 02-008


C.

FLUIDS
FLUID
FLUIDS
FLUID

Work Zones and Access Panels


ZONE/ACCESS

ZONE DESCRIPTION

197CB
D.

Referenced Information

REFERENCE
12-14-29-614-001-A

DESIGNATION
Fill the Hydraulic Power Accumulators with Nitrogen

24-41-00-861-002-A

Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the External Power

24-41-00-861-002-A-01

Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the APU

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REFERENCE
24-41-00-861-002-A-02

DESIGNATION
Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from Engine 1(2)

24-41-00-862-002-A

De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits Supplied from the External Power

24-41-00-862-002-A-01

De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits Supplied from the APU

24-41-00-862-002-A-02

De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits Supplied from the Engine 1(2)

29-00-00-864-001-A

Put the Related Hydraulic


Maintenance Action
Bleeding Procedure of the
Pump
Bleeding Procedure of the
Pump
Bleeding Procedure of the

29-00-00-870-003-A
29-00-00-870-007-A
29-00-00-870-008-A
29-00-00-870-009-A

System in the Depressurized Configuration before


Green Hydraulic System Downstream of the Engine
Yellow Hydraulic System Downstream of the Engine
Blue Hydraulic System Upstream of the Blue E-Pump

29-00-00-910-002-A

Bleeding Procedure of the Blue Hydraulic System Downstream of the Blue EPump
Safety Procedures of the Hydraulic System

29-10-00-680-001-A

Drainage of the Reservoir of the Green Hydraulic System

29-10-00-680-002-A

Drainage of the Reservoir of the Yellow Hydraulic System

29-10-00-680-003-A

Drainage of the Reservoir of the Blue Hydraulic System

29-14-00-614-002-A

Pressurization of the Hydraulic Reservoirs through the Ground Connector

29-24-00-863-001-A

Pressurize the Yellow Hydraulic System with the Electric Pump

29-24-00-864-001-A

Depressurize the Yellow Hydraulic System

32-12-00-010-001-A
32-12-00-410-001-A
32-44-11-200-001-A

Open the Main Gear Doors for Access


Close the Main Gear Doors after Access
Functional Check of Parking/Emergency Brake Accumulator by Reading the
Charge Pressure on the Accumulator Gauge

(Ref. Fig. 12-12-29-991-00100-A - Ground Service Panel of the Green Hydraulic System)
3.

Job Set-up
Subtask 12-12-29-860-053-A
A.

Aircraft Maintenance Configuration


WARNING : OBEY THE HYDRAULIC SAFETY PROCEDURES.
(1)

Obey the hydraulic safety procedures (Ref. TASK 29-00-00-910-002-A).

(2)

Make sure that the hydraulic systems are depressurized and put them in the maintenance configuration.
(Ref. TASK 29-00-00-864-001-A).
NOTE :

AES

Do not depressurize the system reservoirs.

(3)

Energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-861-002-A) or (Ref. TASK
24-41-00-861-002-A-01) or (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-861-002-A-02).

(4)

Make sure that the aircraft is in this configuration:


. The speed brakes and the spoilers are retracted
. The thrust reversers are stowed (closed)
. The landing gear is extended and the landing gear doors are closed

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NOTE :
.
.

One main landing gear door may be kept open.

The FWD and aft cargo-compartment doors 825 and 826 are closed
All the other hydraulically controlled systems are in the normal position.

Subtask 12-12-29-010-056-A
B.

Get Access
(1)

Open access panel 197CB.

(2)

If all Main Landing Gear (MLG) doors are closed, open the left MLG door (Ref. TASK
32-12-00-010-001-A).

(3)

Put the ACCESS PLATFORM 2M (6 FT) in position.

Subtask 12-12-29-210-053-A
C.

Inspection of the Pressure Values


(1)

Make sure that the nitrogen fill pressure of the brake accumulator 2582GM is correct (Ref. TASK
32-44-11-200-001-A).

(2)

Make sure that the hydraulic accumulators 1070GM, 2070GM and 3070GM have a nitrogen pressure of
130 bar (1885.4901 psi) at 20 DEG.C (68.00 DEG.F).

(3)

If necessary, adjust the nitrogen pressure (Ref. TASK 12-14-29-614-001-A).

(4)

Make sure that the pressure on the indicator of the related reservoir is 3.5 +0.3 bar or -0 bar (50.7632
+4.3511 psi or +0.0000 psi). If necessary, pressurize the reservoir (Ref. TASK 29-14-00-614-002-A).

Subtask 12-12-29-863-051-A
D.

Pressurization of the Auxiliary Braking System


(1)

Pressurize the Yellow hydraulic system with the E-pump (Ref. TASK 29-24-00-863-001-A) to pressurize
the brake accumulator system to 206 bar (2987.7766 psi).

(2)

On the panel 110VU, put the parking brake control switch 73GG to the ON position.

(3)

Make sure that the pressure on the triple indicator 60GG shows the left and right pressure values.

(4)

Depressurize the Yellow hydraulic system (Ref. TASK 29-24-00-864-001-A).


NOTE :

4.

Do not depressurize the alternate braking system.

(5)

Put the WARNING NOTICE(S) in the cockpit to tell persons not to pressurize the hydraulic systems.

(6)

Close the left MLG door (Ref. TASK 32-12-00-410-001-A).

Procedure
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-29-991-00100-A - Ground Service Panel of the Green Hydraulic System)
Subtask 12-12-29-611-053-A
A.

Fill the Hydraulic Reservoirs (Refer to the Table)


(1)

Connect the CART - SERVICING, HYDRAULIC:


CAUTION :

AES

BE CAREFUL WHEN YOU CONNECT THE GROUND HYDRAULIC CART. MAKE SURE
THAT THE SUPPLY PRESSURE AND THE FLOW RATE ARE LESS THAN THESE
LIMITS:
THE SUPPLY PRESSURE MUST BE LESS THAN 30 BAR (435.1132 PSI).
THE FLOW RATE MUST BE LESS THAN 12L/MIN (3.1700 US GAL/MIN).

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IF THE SUPPLY PRESSURE AND THE FLOW RATE ARE MORE THAN THESE LIMITS,
DAMAGE CAN OCCUR TO THE HYDRAULIC RESERVOIR.
(a)

Remove the blanking cap.

WARNING : BE CAREFUL WHEN YOU USE THESE MATERIALS. OBEY THE MATERIAL
MANUFACTURERS INSTRUCTIONS.
(b)

Connect a hydraulic service cart with one of the hydraulic fluids that follow to the reservoir fill
connection 1007GM:
. HYDRAULIC FLUIDS (Material No: 02-003A)
. HYDRAULIC FLUIDS (Material No: 02-003B)
. HYDRAULIC FLUIDS (Material No: 02-003D)
. HYDRAULIC FLUIDS (Material No: 02-003E)
. HYDRAULIC FLUIDS (Material No: 02-008) .

(2)

Turn the selector valve 1134GQ to the correct position of the related hydraulic system which you will
fill.

(3)

Make sure that on the quantity indicator 1834GQ the colored light of the related system comes on.

(4)

Operate the hydraulic service cart:


CAUTION :

AES

MAKE SURE THAT YOU DO NOT PUT TOO MUCH FLUID IN THE RESERVOIR. IF
THE RESERVOIR IS TOO FULL, YOU CANNOT PRESSURIZE IT SUFFICIENTLY. LOW
AIR PRESSURE CAN CAUSE THE MESSAGE RSVR LO AIR PR TO SHOW IN FLIGHT
ON THE UPPER AND LOWER ECAM DISPLAY UNITS.

(a)

Operate the hydraulic service cart with a minimum output pressure of 7 bar (101.5264 psi).

(b)

Make sure that:


. The output pressure is not more than 30 bar (435.1131 psi)
. The flow rate is not more than 12 l.min (3.1700 USgal.mn).

(c)

Monitor the increase of the fluid level of the related system on the quantity indicator and do these
steps:
1

Stop the flow of the hydraulic fluid when the pointer is almost to the fill level given in the
table.

Slowly continue to fill again until the pointer shows almost the fill level given in the table.
NOTE :

Each open MLG decrases the volume in the green reservoir by 0.25 l (0.0660 USgal)
.

NOTE :

Each open cargo door decrases the volume in the yellow reservoir by 0.2 l (0.0528
USgal).

NOTE :

The hydraulic fluid volume in the reservoirs can change with the temperature. For
each 10 DEG.C scale Celcius (which is each 18 DEG.F on the scale Fahrenheit)
change in outside air temperature:
.

The volume in the reservoir of the Green hydraulic system can change by 0.5 l
(0.1321 USgal)

The volume in the reservoir of the Yellow hydraulic system can change by 0.5 l
(0.1321 USgal)

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NOTE :

The volume in the reservoir of the Blue hydraulic system can change by 0.25 l
(0.0660 USgal).

If the temperature is above 20 DEG.C (68.00 DEG.F) the quantity indicator pointer
must be in the top half of the applicable scale range.

HYDRAULIC RESERVOIR CAPACITIES


SYSTEM/RESERVOIR
GREEN SYSTEM
Total Capacity
Max. Capacity shown on
the Gage
Fill Level
Low Level Warning

23
18
14
3

QUANTITY US
GAL
6.1
4.8
3.7
0.8

BLUE SYSTEM
Total Capacity
Max. Capacity shown on
the Gage
Fill Level
Low Level Warning

10
8
6
2

2.6
2.1
1.6
0.5

At 20 DEG.C (68 DEG.F)

YELLOW SYSTEM
Total Capacity
Max. Capacity shown on
the Gage
Fill Level
Low Level Warning

20
18
12
3

5.3
4.8
3.2
0.8

At 20 DEG.C (68 DEG.F)


with the normal nitrogen
precharging pressure in
the brake accumulator
2582GM and the auxiliary
brake system pressurized

REMARKS
At 20 DEG.C (68 DEG.F)

After servicing of the reservoir, refer to previous work step:


. The cockpit reservoir full level is permitted to be above the normal full limit, if the
reservoir gage on the ground service panel is in the permitted limits.

(5)

If the reservoir is filled too much, drain the unwanted hydraulic fluid:
. For the reservoir of the Green hydraulic system (Ref. TASK 29-10-00-680-001-A)
. For the reservoir of the Yellow hydraulic system (Ref. TASK 29-10-00-680-002-A)
. For the reservoir of the Blue hydraulic system (Ref. TASK 29-10-00-680-003-A).

(6)

Turn the selector 1134GQ to the NEUTRAL position.

(7)

Make sure that the colored light on the quantity indicator 1834GQ goes off.

(8)

Disconnect the hydraulic service cart from the reservoir fill connection 1007GM and install the blanking
cap.

(9)

If you filled the hydraulic system after:


. Maintenance
. Removal/installation of hydraulic components
. Hydraulic fluid low level (loss of the hydraulic system)
. High loss of hydraulic fluid:
(a)

AES

QUANTITY
LITRES

Use the related bleeding procedure as follows:


. For the reservoir of the Green hydraulic system (Ref. TASK 29-00-00-870-003-A)
. For the reservoir of the Yellow hydraulic system (Ref. TASK 29-00-00-870-007-A)

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5.

For the reservoir of the Blue hydraulic system (Ref. TASK 29-00-00-870-008-A) and (Ref.
TASK 29-00-00-870-009-A).

Close-up
Subtask 12-12-29-410-055-A
A.

Close Access
(1)

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

(2)

Close the access panel 197CB

Subtask 12-12-29-860-052-A
B.

AES

Put the aircraft back to the serviceable condition.


(1)

Remove the access platform.

(2)

De-energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-862-002-A) or (Ref. TASK
24-41-00-862-002-A-01) or (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-862-002-A-02).

(3)

Remove the warning notice(s).

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LANDING GEAR - SERVICING


** On A/C ALL
Task 12-12-32-611-001-A
NLG Shock Absorber Oil Replenishment and Nitrogen Filling (Aircraft on Wheels)
WARNING : PUT THE SAFETY DEVICES AND THE WARNING NOTICES IN POSITION BEFORE YOU START A
TASK ON OR NEAR:
THE FLIGHT CONTROLS
THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES
THE LANDING GEAR AND THE RELATED DOORS
COMPONENTS THAT MOVE.
WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE GROUND SAFETY-LOCKS ARE IN POSITION ON THE LANDING GEAR.
WARNING : OBEY THE HYDRAULIC SAFETY PROCEDURES.
WARNING : DO NOT PUT COMPRESSED GAS IN CONTACT WITH YOUR SKIN. THE GAS CAN GO THROUGH THE
SKIN AND MAKE BUBBLES IN THE BLOOD. THIS CONDITION CAN KILL YOU.
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.

2.

Reason for the Job


NOTE :

If possible, it is recommended that the NLG shock absorber is replenished with the aircraft on jacks (Ref.
Task 12-12-32-611-005-A).

NOTE :

This procedure must be done a minimum of 2 hours after the last aircraft operation. This is to give time for
the separation of the nitrogen from the oil in the shock absorber.

Job Set-up Information


A.

Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

REFERENCE
No specific

QTY
DESIGNATION
1
ACCESS PLATFORM 2M (6 FT)

No specific

AR

CHARGING EQUIPMENT - FLUID, STANDARD

No specific

GAGE 200 BAR (2900 PSI) - PRESSURE

No specific

AR

GAGE 200 BAR (2900 PSI) - PRESSURE, HYDRAULIC

No specific
No specific

AR
1

NITROGEN COMPRESSED SOURCE - GROUND


RULER - STEEL

No specific

AR

SAFETY BARRIER(S)

AES

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REFERENCE
No specific

QTY
DESIGNATION
1
THERMOMETER -45 TO 70 DEG.C (-49 TO 158 DEG.F)

No specific

AR

No specific

Torque wrench: range to between 0.20 and 3.60 M.DAN (2.00 and 26.00
LBF.FT)

M21930
B.

FILLING ASSEMBLY

Consumable Materials

REFERENCE
Material No: 02-001
Material No: 02-004
Material No: 02-006
Material No: 05-004B
C.

WARNING NOTICE(S)

DESIGNATION
HYDRAULIC FLUIDS
OIL, HYDRAULIC PETROLEUM FLUID
HYDRAULIC FLUIDS
SHOCK ABSORBER FLUID
HYDRAULIC FLUIDS
SHOCK ABSORBER FLUID
SPECIAL MATERIALS
OXYGEN LEAK DETECTOR

Referenced Information

REFERENCE
12-12-32-610-001-A

DESIGNATION
Check NLG Shock Absorber Fluid Level and Charge Pressure (Two-Point
Check - Aircraft on Jacks to start)

12-12-32-610-001-A-01

Check NLG Shock Absorber Fluid Level and Charge Pressure (Two-Point
Check - Aircraft on Ground to start)

12-12-32-610-002-A

Check of NLG Shock Absorber Charge Pressure and Fluid Level

12-12-32-610-002-A-01

Check of NLG Shock Absorber Charge Pressure and Fluid Level

32-00-00-481-001-A

Installation of the Safety Devices on the Landing Gears

32-00-00-481-002-A

Installation of the Safety Devices on the Landing Gear Doors

32-22-00-010-001-A

Nose Gear Doors - Ground Doors Opening

32-22-00-410-001-A

Nose Gear Doors - Ground Doors Closing

(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-00100-A - NLG Shock Absorber Replenishment - Location and Detail)
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-01200-A - NLG Shock Absorber - Filling System)
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-03400-A - NLG Shock Absorber - Dimension H)
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-04100-A - NLG Pressure/Extension Data (Weight on Wheels) - Positive Temperatures)
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-04200-A - NLG Pressure/Extension Data (Weight on Wheels) - Negative Temperatures)
3.

Job Set-up
Subtask 12-12-32-941-050-A
A.

AES

Safety Precautions
(1)

Put the safety barriers in position.

(2)

Make sure that the ground safety locks are installed on the landing gear (Ref. TASK 32-00-00-481-001A).

(3)

On panel 400VU, make sure that the landing-gear control-lever (6GA) is in the DOWN position.

(4)

Put a WARNING NOTICE(S) on panel 400VU, to tell persons not to operate the landing-gear controls.

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(5)

Put a WARNING NOTICE(S) in position to tell persons not to operate the NLG doors.

Subtask 12-12-32-010-050-A
B.

Get Access
WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE TRAVEL RANGES OF THE LANDING GEAR DOORS ARE CLEAR.

4.

(1)

Open the NLG doors (Ref. TASK 32-22-00-010-001-A).

(2)

Install the SAFETY PIN - NLG DOOR (98D32203502000) in the linkage of each forward NLG door
(Ref. TASK 32-00-00-481-002-A).

(3)

Put the ACCESS PLATFORM 2M (6 FT) in position at the NLG.

Procedure
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-00100-A - NLG Shock Absorber Replenishment - Location and Detail)
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-01200-A - NLG Shock Absorber - Filling System)
NOTE :

For the tasks completed with the A/C in a Weight-On-Wheels configuration, the A/C must be stable (no
movement of people in the A/C).

Subtask 12-12-32-614-074-A
A.

Preparation for Replenishment


WARNING : DO NOT GET HYDRAULIC FLUID ON YOUR SKIN, IN YOUR EYES OR IN YOUR MOUTH.
HYDRAULIC FLUID IS POISONOUS AND CAN GO THROUGH YOUR SKIN AND INTO YOUR
BODY. FLUSH HYDRAULIC FLUID FROM YOUR EYES, MOUTH OR SKIN WITH WATER.
GET MEDICAL AID IF YOU GET HYDRAULIC FLUID IN YOUR EYES OR MOUTH.
(1)

Install the CHARGING EQUIPMENT - FLUID, STANDARD on the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930) as
follows:
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-00100-A - NLG Shock Absorber Replenishment - Location and Detail)
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-01200-A - NLG Shock Absorber - Filling System)
(a)

Connect the hydraulic source hose (17) to the GAGE 200 BAR (2900 PSI) - PRESSURE,
HYDRAULIC (16).

(b)

Make sure that the control valves (13) and (19) of the three-way valve (12) are closed.

(c)

Connect the hydraulic source hose (17) to the three-way valve (12).

(d)

Connect the filling hose (11) to the three-way valve (12).


NOTE :

(e)

Remove the blanking cap (1) and the plug (5) from the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930).

(f)

Connect the filling hose (11) to the end fitting (2) of the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930).

(g)

Connect the translucent bleed hose (14) between the three-way valve (12) and the drain container
(15).

CAUTION :

AES

It is recommended to use a filling hose (11) of less than 3 m (9.84 ft.) long. A filling hose
length of more than 3 m (9.84 ft.) will decrease pressure measurement accuracy.

MAKE SURE THAT YOU USE A GAGE WITH THE SPECIFIED PRESSURE RANGE. THIS
IS NECESSARY TO GET AN ACCURATE PRESSURE MEASUREMENT.

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(h)

Install the GAGE 200 BAR (2900 PSI) - PRESSURE (10) on the three-way valve (12).

(i)

Fill the hydraulic source (16) with HYDRAULIC FLUIDS (Material No: 02-001) or HYDRAULIC
FLUIDS (Material No: 02-004) or HYDRAULIC FLUIDS (Material No: 02-006) .
NOTE :

(2)

Hydraulic fluids 02-001, 02-004 and 02-006 can be mixed in all applicable maintenance
tasks and in all quantities.

Install the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930) on the charging valve (6) as follows:
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-00100-A - NLG Shock Absorber Replenishment - Location and Detail)
(a)

Remove the blanking cap (7) from the charging valve (6).

(b)

Move the wrench (9) up to the knurled shoulder (3) and install the FILLING ASSEMBLY
(M21930) on the charging valve (6).

(c)

Turn the core (8) of the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930) clockwise with the knurled shoulder (3).
Install the seal (4) on the charging valve (6).

(3)

Make sure that the charging equipment is correctly installed and does not leak.

(4)

Deflate the shock absorber as follows:


WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE AREA AROUND THE AIRCRAFT IS CLEAR OF PERSONS AND
EQUIPMENT. WHEN YOU PRESSURIZE/DEPRESSURIZE THE SHOCK ABSORBER,
WITH THE AIRCRAFT WEIGHT ON THE GROUND, THE AIRCRAFT WILL MOVE.
WARNING : DO NOT LET HIGH PRESSURE GAS TOUCH YOUR SKIN. GAS BUBBLES IN YOUR
BLOOD CAN KILL YOU.
(a)

Move the wrench (9) down and slowly turn counterclockwise to open the charging valve (6).
NOTE :

(b)

Slowly open the control valve (13) on the three-way valve (12) to release the nitrogen pressure.
This will let the shock absorber fully deflate.
NOTE :

(c)

In the step that follows, make sure that you deflate the shock absorber slowly:
. to prevent possible shock when the shock absorber gets to the lower limit of its travel
. so that the gas does not mix with the oil in the shock absorber.

The pressure gage (10) will show approximately 1 bar (14.5 psi) when the shock absorber
is fully deflated.

When all the nitrogen pressure is released, close the control valve (13) of the three-way valve
(12).

Subtask 12-12-32-611-053-A
B.

Replenishment of the NLG Shock Absorber


WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE AREA AROUND THE AIRCRAFT IS CLEAR OF PERSONS AND
EQUIPMENT. WHEN YOU PRESSURIZE/DEPRESSURIZE THE SHOCK ABSORBER, WITH
THE AIRCRAFT WEIGHT ON THE GROUND, THE AIRCRAFT WILL MOVE.
WARNING : DO NOT GET HYDRAULIC FLUID ON YOUR SKIN, IN YOUR EYES OR IN YOUR MOUTH.
HYDRAULIC FLUID IS POISONOUS AND CAN GO THROUGH YOUR SKIN AND INTO YOUR
BODY. FLUSH HYDRAULIC FLUID FROM YOUR EYES, MOUTH OR SKIN WITH WATER.
GET MEDICAL AID IF YOU GET HYDRAULIC FLUID IN YOUR EYES OR MOUTH.

AES

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WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THERE ARE NO PERSONS OR EQUIPMENT NEAR THE L/G SHOCK
ABSORBER DURING REPLENISHMENT. THERE IS A RISK THAT PRESSURIZED GASES OR
FLUID CAN ESCAPE AND CAUSE INJURY OR DAMAGE.
CAUTION :

(1)

WHEN YOU FILL THE SHOCK ABSORBER, MAKE SURE TO STOP THE FLUID SUPPLY
IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE SHOCK ABSORBER MOVES TO ITS LIMITS. THIS WILL
PREVENT INTERNAL DAMAGE CAUSED BY OVERPRESSURE.

Fill the NLG shock absorber with HYDRAULIC FLUIDS (Material No: 02-001) or HYDRAULIC FLUIDS
(Material No: 02-004) or HYDRAULIC FLUIDS (Material No: 02-006) as follows:
NOTE :

Hydraulic fluids 02-001, 02-004 and 02-006 can be mixed in all applicable maintenance tasks and
in all quantities.

(a)

Disconnect the filling hose (11) from the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930). Put the free end of the
filling hose (11) in the drain container (15).

(b)

Operate the hydraulic power-supply inflation bench (16) and slowly open the control valve (19) on
the three-way valve (12). Bleed the filling hose (11) with hydraulic fluid.

(c)

Close the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).

(d)

Connect the filling hose (11) to the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930).

(e)

Open the control valve (19) of the three-way valve (12).

WARNING : MAKE SURE THE AIRCRAFT IS STABLE AND CANNOT TILT ON TO ITS TAIL.
(f)

Operate the hydraulic power-supply inflation bench (16) and slowly fill the shock absorber with
fluid. Fill the shock absorber with fluid until it is fully extended.
NOTE :

This will lift the nose of the aircraft.

NOTE :

When the shock absorber is fully extended, dimension H is 449 mm (17.6772 in.) plus or
minus 2 mm. Use an applicable RULER - STEEL to measure dimension H.

(g)

Close the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).

(h)

Do not continue the procedure for a minimum of ten minutes. This will make sure that all air is
isolated from the hydraulic fluid.

(i)

Slowly open the control valve (13) on the three-way valve (12).
NOTE :

(j)

Let the hydraulic fluid drain into the drain container (15) until the shock absorber is fully
compressed.

(k)

Keep the shock absorber compressed fully and close the control valve (13) on the three-way valve
(12).

(l)

Make sure that hydraulic fluid is released from the shock absorber during the shock absorber
compression.
NOTE :

AES

In the steps that follow, make sure that you compress the shock absorber slowly:
. this is to prevent possible shock when the shock absorber gets to the limit of its travel
. so that the gas does not mix with the oil in the shock absorber.

If hydraulic fluid is not released, do steps (f) to (l) again.

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(m) Make sure the fluid released from the shock absorber through the translucent bleed hose (14) does
not contain gas bubbles or emulsion.
NOTE :

(2)

If gas bubbles or emulsion are found do steps (f) to (m) again.

(n)

Turn the wrench (9) clockwise to close the charging valve (6).

(o)

Open the control valve (13) on the three-way valve (12).

(p)

Disconnect the hydraulic source hose (17) from the three-way valve (12).

(q)

Disconnect the filling hose (11) from the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930). Put the free end of the
filling hose (11) in the drain container (15) to drain the hydraulic fluid.

(r)

Close the control valve (13) on the three-way valve (12).

(s)

Remove the translucent bleed hose (14) from the three-way valve (12).

Fill the NLG shock absorber with nitrogen gas, as follows:


WARNING : DO NOT PUT COMPRESSED GAS IN CONTACT WITH YOUR SKIN. THE GAS CAN GO
THROUGH THE SKIN AND MAKE BUBBLES IN THE BLOOD. THIS CONDITION CAN
KILL YOU.
CAUTION :

AES

ALWAYS ADD NITROGEN SLOWLY WHEN YOU PRESSURIZE THE SHOCK


ABSORBER. IF YOU ADD THE NITROGEN TOO QUICKLY, THE TEMPERATURE WILL
INCREASE AND HAVE AN EFFECT ON THE SHOCK ABSORBER PRESSURE.

(a)

Connect the nitrogen source hose (18) of the NITROGEN COMPRESSED SOURCE - GROUND
to the three-way valve (12).

(b)

Open the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).

(c)

Slowly open the control valve of the nitrogen source to release nitrogen pressure and bleed the
circuit with dry nitrogen.

(d)

Close the control valve of the nitrogen source.

(e)

Close the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).

(f)

Connect the filling hose (11) to the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930).

(g)

Use a THERMOMETER -45 TO 70 DEG.C (-49 TO 158 DEG.F) to measure and record the
temperature of the NLG shock absorber adjacent to the charging valve (6). Make sure that the
thermometer touches the shock absorber outer-cylinder. If possible, measure the temperature at
the top part of the cylinder (through the vent hole) at the aft part of the main fitting.
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-00100-A - NLG Shock Absorber Replenishment - Location and Detail)

(h)

Open the control valve of the nitrogen source.

(i)

Turn the wrench (9) counterclockwise to open the charging valve (6).

(j)

Slowly open the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12) to inflate the shock absorber with
nitrogen. Do this until the dimension H is 30 mm (1.1811 in.).
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-03400-A - NLG Shock Absorber - Dimension H)

(k)

Close the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12) and close the control valve of the
nitrogen source.

(l)

Let the pressure become stable, open the control valve (19) after fifteen minutes to record the
pressure. When the pressure has been recorded, close the control valve (19).

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(m) Refer to the pressure/temperature/stroke table for the correct H value for the recorded
temperature and pressure values.
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-04100-A - NLG Pressure/Extension Data (Weight on Wheels) - Positive
Temperatures)
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-04200-A - NLG Pressure/Extension Data (Weight on Wheels) - Negative
Temperatures)
(n)

Open the control valve of the nitrogen source. Slowly open the control valve (19) on the threeway valve (12) to inflate the shock absorber. Do this until you get the correct H dimension plus
30 mm (1.1811 in.).

(o)

Close the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12) and close the control valve of the
nitrogen supply.

(p)

Let the pressure become stable, continue after fifteen minutes.

(q)

Slowly open the control valve (13) on the three-way valve (12) to deflate the shock absorber. Do
this until you get the correct H value given in step (m).

(r)

Close the control valve (13) on the three-way valve (12).

(s)

Continue after a minimum of ten minutes.

(t)

Open the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12) and measure:
. the pressure shown on the pressure gage (10)
. the dimension H.

(u)

If necessary, adjust the pressure to get the correct H value given in step (m) plus or minus 10 mm
(0.3937 in.).

(v)

Turn the wrench (9) clockwise to close the charging valve (6). Close the control valve (19) and
open the control valve (13) to release the nitrogen from the filling system.

(w)

Remove the filling hose (11) from the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930).

(x)

Remove the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930) from the charging valve (6).

(y)

TORQUE the charging valve (6) to between 0.5 and 0.8 M.DAN (44.25 and 70.80 LBF.IN).

WARNING : OBEY THE MANUFACTURERS INSTRUCTIONS WHEN YOU USE THE SPECIAL
MATERIAL.
THIS MATERIAL IS DANGEROUS.
(z)

Use SPECIAL MATERIALS (Material No: 05-004B) to do a leak check of the charging valve (6).

(aa) Install the blanking cap (7) on the charging valve (6).
5.

Close-up
Subtask 12-12-32-942-050-A
A.

Removal of Support Equipment


(1)

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

(2)

Remove the access platform.

Subtask 12-12-32-410-050-A
B.

AES

Close Access
(1)

Remove the SAFETY PIN - NLG DOOR (98D32203502000) from the linkage of each forward NLG door
(Ref. TASK 32-00-00-481-001-A).

(2)

Close the NLG doors (Ref. TASK 32-22-00-410-001-A).

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Subtask 12-12-32-942-051-A
C.

Removal of Equipment
(1)

Remove the SAFETY BARRIER(S).

(2)

Disassemble the standard charging equipment.

(3)

Remove the warning notice(s).

(4)

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

Subtask 12-12-32-280-050-A
D.

Nitrogen Dissolving Compensation


(1)

Do a check of the NLG shock absorber fluid level and charge pressure (Ref. TASK 12-12-32-610-001-A)
or (Ref. TASK 12-12-32-610-001-A-01) or (Ref. TASK 12-12-32-610-002-A) or (Ref. TASK
12-12-32-610-002-A-01). The check must be done between four and seven days after the first
subsequent flight.
NOTE :

AES

This check is necessary because the nitrogen will mix with the oil and cause the pressure to
decrease.

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** On A/C ALL

9
FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930)

VENT
HOLE

N_MM_121232_3_ACM0_01_00

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FIGURE 12-12-32-991-00100-A SHEET 1


NLG Shock Absorber Replenishment - Location and Detail

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** On A/C ALL

10

11

FILLING ASSEMBLY
(M21930)

CONTROL VALVE
12

19

13
18

14

15

16
NITROGEN
SOURCE

17

HYDRAULIC
SOURCE

10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19

PRESSURE GAGE
FILLING HOSE
THREEWAY VALVE
CONTROL VALVE
BLEED HOSE (TRANSLUCENT)
DRAIN CONTAINER (15 LITER)
INFLATION BENCH OR SOURCE TANK
HYDRAULIC SOURCE HOSE
NITROGEN SOURCE HOSE
CONTROL VALVE

N_MM_121232_3_AYM0_01_00

AES

FIGURE 12-12-32-991-01200-A SHEET 1


NLG Shock Absorber - Filling System

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BOTTOM OF
SLIDINGTUBE
LOWER BEARING

TOP OF TORQUELINK
ATTACHMENT LUG

N_MM_121232_3_CXN0_01_00

AES

FIGURE 12-12-32-991-03400-A SHEET 1


NLG Shock Absorber - Dimension H

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TEMPERATURE C
DIMENSION H

60

58

56

54

52

50

48

46

44

42

40

38

36

34

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE DIMENSION H

32

(mm)

(in)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(mm)

(in)

311

12.24

35.9

520

35.5

515

35.1

509

34.7

504

34.4

498

34.0

493

33.6

488

33.3

482

32.9

477

32.6

472

32.2

467

31.9

462

31.5

457

31.2

452

30.8

447

311

12.24

309

12.17

36.1

524

35.8

519

35.4

513

35.0

507

34.6

502

34.2

497

33.9

491

33.5

486

33.2

481

32.8

475

32.4

470

32.1

465

31.7

460

31.4

455

31.0

450

309

12.17

307

12.09

36.4

528

36.0

523

35.6

517

35.3

511

34.9

506

34.5

500

34.1

495

33.8

490

33.4

484

33.0

479

32.7

474

32.3

469

32.0

463

31.6

458

31.3

453

307

12.09

305

12.01

36.7

532

36.3

527

35.9

521

35.5

515

35.2

510

34.8

504

34.4

499

34.0

493

33.6

488

33.3

483

32.9

477

32.6

472

32.2

467

31.8

462

31.5

457

305

12.01

303

11.93

37.0

536

36.6

531

36.2

525

35.8

519

35.4

514

35.0

508

34.7

502

34.3

497

33.9

492

33.5

486

33.2

481

32.8

476

32.4

470

32.1

465

31.7

460

303

11.93

301

11.85

37.3

541

36.9

535

36.5

529

36.1

523

35.7

518

35.3

512

34.9

506

34.5

501

34.2

495

33.8

490

33.4

484

33.0

479

32.7

474

32.3

469

32.0

463

301

11.85

299

11.77

37.6

545

37.2

539

36.8

533

36.4

527

36.0

522

35.6

516

35.2

510

34.8

505

34.4

499

34.0

494

33.7

488

33.3

483

32.9

477

32.6

472

32.2

467

299

11.77

297

11.69

37.9

549

37.5

543

37.1

537

36.7

532

36.3

526

35.9

520

35.5

514

35.1

509

34.7

503

34.3

497

33.9

492

33.5

486

33.2

481

32.8

476

32.4

470

297

11.69

295

11.61

38.2

554

37.8

548

37.4

542

36.9

536

36.5

530

36.1

524

35.7

518

35.3

513

35.0

507

34.6

501

34.2

496

33.8

490

33.4

485

33.1

479

32.7

474

295

11.61

293

11.54

38.5

558

38.1

552

37.7

546

37.2

540

36.8

534

36.4

528

36.0

522

35.6

517

35.2

511

34.8

505

34.4

500

34.1

494

33.7

488

33.3

483

32.9

478

293

11.54

291

11.46

38.8

563

38.4

557

38.0

551

37.5

544

37.1

538

36.7

532

36.3

527

35.9

521

35.5

515

35.1

509

34.7

503

34.3

498

33.9

492

33.6

487

33.2

481

291

11.46

289

11.38

39.1

568

38.7

561

38.3

555

37.9

549

37.4

543

37.0

537

36.6

531

36.2

525

35.8

519

35.4

513

35.0

507

34.6

502

34.2

496

33.8

490

33.4

485

289

11.38

287

11.30

39.5

572

39.0

566

38.6

560

38.2

553

37.7

547

37.3

541

36.9

535

36.5

529

36.1

523

35.7

517

35.3

511

34.9

506

34.5

500

34.1

494

33.7

489

287

11.30

285

11.22

39.8

577

39.4

571

38.9

564

38.5

558

38.0

552

37.6

546

37.2

539

36.8

533

36.4

527

36.0

521

35.6

516

35.2

510

34.8

504

34.4

498

34.0

493

285

11.22

283

11.14

40.1

582

39.7

575

39.2

569

38.8

563

38.4

556

37.9

550

37.5

544

37.1

538

36.7

532

36.3

526

35.8

520

35.4

514

35.0

508

34.6

502

34.2

496

283

11.14

281

11.06

40.5

587

40.0

580

39.6

574

39.1

567

38.7

561

38.3

555

37.8

548

37.4

542

37.0

536

36.5

530

36.1

524

35.7

518

35.3

512

34.9

506

34.5

500

281

11.06

279

10.98

40.8

592

40.4

585

39.9

579

39.5

572

39.0

566

38.6

559

38.1

553

37.7

547

37.3

540

36.8

534

36.4

528

36.0

522

35.6

516

35.2

510

34.8

504

279

10.98

277

10.91

41.2

597

40.7

590

40.3

584

39.8

577

39.3

571

38.9

564

38.5

558

38.0

551

37.6

545

37.2

539

36.7

533

36.3

526

35.9

520

35.5

514

35.1

509

277

10.91

275

10.83

41.5

602

41.1

596

40.6

589

40.1

582

39.7

575

39.2

569

38.8

562

38.3

556

37.9

550

37.5

543

37.0

537

36.6

531

36.2

525

35.8

519

35.4

513

275

10.83

273

10.75

41.9

608

41.4

601

41.0

594

40.5

587

40.0

580

39.6

574

39.1

567

38.7

561

38.2

554

37.8

548

37.3

542

36.9

535

36.5

529

36.1

523

35.6

517

273

10.75

271

10.67

42.3

613

41.8

606

41.3

599

40.8

592

40.4

585

39.9

579

39.5

572

39.0

565

38.5

559

38.1

552

37.7

546

37.2

540

36.8

534

36.4

527

35.9

521

271

10.67

269

10.59

42.7

619

42.2

612

41.7

604

41.2

598

40.7

591

40.3

584

39.8

577

39.3

570

38.9

564

38.4

557

38.0

551

37.5

544

37.1

538

36.7

532

36.2

526

269

10.59

267

10.51

43.1

624

42.6

617

42.1

610

41.6

603

41.1

596

40.6

589

40.1

582

39.7

575

39.2

569

38.8

562

38.3

556

37.9

549

37.4

543

37.0

536

36.6

530

267

10.51

265

10.43

43.4

630

42.9

623

42.4

615

42.0

608

41.5

601

41.0

594

40.5

587

40.0

580

39.6

574

39.1

567

38.6

560

38.2

554

37.7

547

37.3

541

36.9

534

265

10.43

263

10.35

43.8

636

43.3

628

42.8

621

42.3

614

41.8

607

41.3

600

40.9

593

40.4

586

39.9

579

39.4

572

39.0

565

38.5

559

38.1

552

37.6

546

37.2

539

263

10.35

261

10.28

44.3

642

43.7

634

43.2

627

42.7

619

42.2

612

41.7

605

41.2

598

40.7

591

40.3

584

39.8

577

39.3

570

38.9

564

38.4

557

37.9

550

37.5

544

261

10.28

259

10.20

44.7

648

44.1

640

43.6

633

43.1

625

42.6

618

42.1

611

41.6

603

41.1

596

40.6

589

40.2

582

39.7

575

39.2

569

38.7

562

38.3

555

37.8

548

259

10.20

257

10.12

45.1

654

44.6

646

44.0

639

43.5

631

43.0

624

42.5

616

42.0

609

41.5

602

41.0

595

40.5

587

40.0

580

39.6

574

39.1

567

38.6

560

38.2

553

257

10.12

255

10.04

45.5

660

45.0

652

44.5

645

43.9

637

43.4

629

42.9

622

42.4

615

41.9

607

41.4

600

40.9

593

40.4

586

39.9

579

39.4

572

39.0

565

38.5

558

255

10.04

253

9.96

46.0

667

45.4

659

44.9

651

44.3

643

43.8

635

43.3

628

42.8

620

42.3

613

41.8

606

41.3

598

40.8

591

40.3

584

39.8

577

39.3

570

38.8

563

253

9.96

251

9.88

46.4

673

45.9

665

45.3

657

44.8

649

44.2

641

43.7

634

43.2

626

42.7

619

42.2

611

41.6

604

41.1

597

40.6

589

40.2

582

39.7

575

39.2

568

251

9.88

249

9.80

46.9

680

46.3

672

45.8

663

45.2

655

44.7

648

44.1

640

43.6

632

43.1

624

42.5

617

42.0

610

41.5

602

41.0

595

40.5

588

40.0

581

39.6

574

249

9.80

247

9.72

47.3

686

46.8

678

46.2

670

45.6

662

45.1

654

44.6

646

44.0

638

43.5

630

43.0

623

42.4

615

41.9

608

41.4

600

40.9

593

40.4

586

39.9

579

247

9.72

245

9.65

47.8

693

47.2

685

46.7

677

46.1

668

45.5

660

45.0

652

44.4

644

43.9

637

43.4

629

42.8

621

42.3

614

41.8

606

41.3

599

40.8

591

40.3

584

245

9.65

243

9.57

48.3

700

47.7

692

47.1

683

46.6

675

46.0

667

45.4

659

44.9

651

44.3

643

43.8

635

43.3

627

42.7

619

42.2

612

41.7

604

41.2

597

40.7

590

243

9.57

241

9.49

48.8

708

48.2

699

47.6

690

47.0

682

46.5

674

45.9

665

45.3

657

44.8

649

44.2

641

43.7

633

43.1

625

42.6

618

42.1

610

41.6

603

41.0

595

241

9.49

239

9.41

49.3

715

48.7

706

48.1

697

47.5

689

46.9

680

46.3

672

45.8

664

45.2

656

44.7

647

44.1

639

43.6

632

43.0

624

42.5

616

42.0

608

41.4

601

239

9.41

(mm)

(in)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(mm)

(in)

DIMENSION H

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

60

58

56

54

52

50

48

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

46

44

42

40

38

36

34

PRESSURE DIMENSION H
32

TEMPERATURE C
N_MM_121232_3_WAA0_01_00
N_MM_121232_3_WAA0_01_00

AES

FIGURE 12-12-32-991-04100-A SHEET 1


NLG Pressure/Extension Data (Weight on Wheels) Positive Temperatures

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** On A/C ALL
TEMPERATURE C
DIMENSION H

60

58

56

54

52

50

48

46

44

42

40

38

36

34

32

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

DIMENSION H

(mm)

(in)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(mm)

(in)

237

9.33

49.8

722

49.2

713

48.6

705

48.0

696

47.4

687

46.8

679

46.2

670

45.7

662

45.1

654

44.5

646

44.0

638

43.4

630

42.9

622

42.4

614

41.8

607

237

9.33

235

9.25

50.3

730

49.7

721

49.1

712

48.5

703

47.9

694

47.3

686

46.7

677

46.1

669

45.5

660

45.0

652

44.4

644

43.9

636

43.3

628

42.8

620

42.2

613

235

9.25

233

9.17

50.9

738

50.2

729

49.6

720

49.0

711

48.4

702

47.8

693

47.2

684

46.6

676

46.0

667

45.4

659

44.9

651

44.3

642

43.8

634

43.2

626

42.7

619

233

9.17

231

9.09

51.4

746

50.8

736

50.1

727

49.5

718

48.9

709

48.3

700

47.7

691

47.1

683

46.5

674

45.9

666

45.3

657

44.8

649

44.2

641

43.6

633

43.1

625

231

9.09

229

9.02

52.0

754

51.3

744

50.7

735

50.0

726

49.4

717

48.8

707

48.2

699

47.6

690

47.0

681

46.4

672

45.8

664

45.2

656

44.6

647

44.1

639

43.5

631

229

9.02

227

8.94

52.6

762

51.9

753

51.2

743

50.6

734

49.9

724

49.3

715

48.7

706

48.1

697

47.5

688

46.9

679

46.3

671

45.7

662

45.1

654

44.5

646

44.0

637

227

8.94

225

8.86

53.2

771

52.5

761

51.8

751

51.1

742

50.5

732

49.8

723

49.2

714

48.6

704

48.0

695

47.4

687

46.7

678

46.1

669

45.6

661

45.0

652

44.4

644

225

8.86

223

8.78

53.8

779

53.1

769

52.4

760

51.7

750

51.0

740

50.4

731

49.7

721

49.1

712

48.5

703

47.9

694

47.2

685

46.6

676

46.0

668

45.4

659

44.9

650

223

8.78

221

8.70

54.4

788

53.7

778

53.0

768

52.3

758

51.6

748

50.9

739

50.3

729

49.6

720

49.0

710

48.4

701

47.7

692

47.1

683

46.5

675

45.9

666

45.3

657

221

8.70

219

8.62

55.0

797

54.3

787

53.6

777

52.9

767

52.2

757

51.5

747

50.8

737

50.2

728

49.5

718

48.9

709

48.3

700

47.6

691

47.0

682

46.4

673

45.8

664

219

8.62

217

8.54

55.6

807

54.9

796

54.2

786

53.5

775

52.8

765

52.1

755

51.4

745

50.7

736

50.1

726

49.4

717

48.8

707

48.1

698

47.5

689

46.9

680

46.3

671

217

8.54

215

8.46

56.3

816

55.5

805

54.8

795

54.1

784

53.4

774

52.7

764

52.0

754

51.3

744

50.6

734

50.0

725

49.3

715

48.7

706

48.0

697

47.4

687

46.8

678

215

8.46

213

8.39

57.0

826

56.2

815

55.5

804

54.7

793

54.0

783

53.3

773

52.6

763

51.9

752

51.2

743

50.5

733

49.9

723

49.2

714

48.6

704

47.9

695

47.3

686

213

8.39

211

8.31

57.6

836

56.9

825

56.1

814

55.4

803

54.6

792

53.9

782

53.2

771

52.5

761

51.8

751

51.1

741

50.4

731

49.8

722

49.1

712

48.5

703

47.8

693

211

8.31

209

8.23

58.3

846

57.6

835

56.8

823

56.0

812

55.3

802

54.5

791

53.8

780

53.1

770

52.4

760

51.7

750

51.0

740

50.3

730

49.7

720

49.0

710

48.3

701

209

8.23

207

8.15

59.1

856

58.3

845

57.5

833

56.7

822

55.9

811

55.2

800

54.5

790

53.7

779

53.0

769

52.3

758

51.6

748

50.9

738

50.2

728

49.6

718

48.9

709

207

8.15

205

8.07

59.8

867

59.0

855

58.2

844

57.4

832

56.6

821

55.9

810

55.1

799

54.4

788

53.6

778

52.9

767

52.2

757

51.5

747

50.8

737

50.1

727

49.4

717

205

8.07

203

7.99

60.5

878

59.7

866

58.9

854

58.1

843

57.3

831

56.5

820

55.8

809

55.0

798

54.3

787

53.5

776

52.8

766

52.1

755

51.4

745

50.7

735

50.0

725

203

7.99

201

7.91

61.3

889

60.5

877

59.6

865

58.8

853

58.0

841

57.2

830

56.5

819

55.7

807

54.9

796

54.2

786

53.4

775

52.7

764

52.0

754

51.3

744

50.6

734

201

7.91

199

7.83

62.1

901

61.3

888

60.4

876

59.6

864

58.8

852

57.9

840

57.1

829

56.4

817

55.6

806

54.8

795

54.1

784

53.3

773

52.6

763

51.9

752

51.2

742

199

7.83

197

7.76

62.9

912

62.0

900

61.2

887

60.3

875

59.5

863

58.7

851

57.9

839

57.1

827

56.3

816

55.5

805

54.7

794

54.0

783

53.2

772

52.5

761

51.8

751

197

7.76

195

7.68

63.8

924

62.9

912

62.0

899

61.1

886

60.3

874

59.4

862

58.6

850

57.8

838

57.0

826

56.2

815

55.4

803

54.6

792

53.9

781

53.1

771

52.4

760

195

7.68

193

7.60

64.6

937

63.7

924

62.8

911

61.9

898

61.1

885

60.2

873

59.4

861

58.5

849

57.7

837

56.9

825

56.1

813

55.3

802

54.5

791

53.8

780

53.0

769

193

7.60

191

7.52

65.5

950

64.6

936

63.6

923

62.7

910

61.9

897

61.0

884

60.1

872

59.3

859

58.4

847

57.6

835

56.8

824

56.0

812

55.2

801

54.5

790

53.7

779

191

7.52

189

7.44

66.4

963

65.4

949

64.5

935

63.6

922

62.7

909

61.8

896

60.9

883

60.0

871

59.2

858

58.4

846

57.5

834

56.7

822

55.9

811

55.1

799

54.4

788

189

7.44

187

7.36

67.3

976

66.3

962

65.4

948

64.5

935

63.5

921

62.6

908

61.7

895

60.8

882

60.0

870

59.1

857

58.3

845

57.4

833

56.6

821

55.8

810

55.0

798

187

7.36

185

7.28

68.3

990

67.3

976

66.3

961

65.3

947

64.4

934

63.5

920

62.6

907

61.7

894

60.8

881

59.9

869

59.0

856

58.2

844

57.4

832

56.5

820

55.7

808

185

7.28

183

7.20

69.2

1004

68.2

989

67.2

975

66.3

961

65.3

947

64.3

933

63.4

919

62.5

906

61.6

893

60.7

880

59.8

867

59.0

855

58.1

843

57.3

831

56.5

819

183

7.20

181

7.13

70.3

1019

69.2

1004

68.2

989

67.2

974

66.2

960

65.2

946

64.3

932

63.3

919

62.4

905

61.5

892

60.6

879

59.7

866

58.9

854

58.0

841

57.2

829

181

7.13

179

7.05

71.3

1034

70.2

1018

69.2

1003

68.2

988

67.2

974

66.2

959

65.2

945

64.2

931

63.3

918

62.4

904

61.5

891

60.6

878

59.7

865

58.8

853

57.9

840

179

7.05

177

6.97

72.3

1049

71.3

1033

70.2

1018

69.2

1003

68.1

988

67.1

973

66.1

959

65.1

944

64.2

931

63.2

917

62.3

903

61.4

890

60.5

877

59.6

864

58.7

851

177

6.97

175

6.89

73.4

1065

72.3

1049

71.2

1033

70.2

1017

69.1

1002

68.1

987

67.1

972

66.1

958

65.1

944

64.1

930

63.2

916

62.2

902

61.3

889

60.4

876

59.5

863

175

6.89

173

6.81

74.6

1081

73.4

1065

72.3

1049

71.2

1033

70.1

1017

69.1

1002

68.0

987

67.0

972

66.0

957

65.0

943

64.1

929

63.1

915

62.2

901

61.2

888

60.3

875

173

6.81

171

6.73

75.7

1098

74.6

1081

73.4

1065

72.3

1048

71.2

1032

70.1

1017

69.1

1001

68.0

986

67.0

971

66.0

957

65.0

942

64.0

928

63.0

914

62.1

900

61.2

887

171

6.73

169

6.65

76.9

1115

75.7

1098

74.6

1081

73.4

1065

72.3

1048

71.2

1032

70.1

1016

69.0

1001

68.0

986

66.9

971

65.9

956

64.9

941

63.9

927

63.0

913

62.0

899

169

6.65

167

6.57

78.2

1133

76.9

1116

75.7

1098

74.6

1081

73.4

1064

72.3

1048

71.2

1032

70.1

1016

69.0

1000

67.9

985

66.9

970

65.9

955

64.9

941

63.9

926

62.9

912

167

6.57

165

6.50

79.4

1152

78.2

1134

76.9

1116

75.7

1098

74.6

1081

73.4

1064

72.3

1048

71.1

1031

70.0

1015

69.0

1000

67.9

984

66.8

969

65.8

954

64.8

940

63.8

925

165

6.50

(mm)

(in)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(mm)

(in)

DIMENSION H

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

60

58

56

54

52

50

48

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

46

44

42

40

38

36

34

32

DIMENSION H

TEMPERATURE C
N_MM_121232_3_WAA0_02_00
N_MM_121232_3_WAA0_02_00

AES

FIGURE 12-12-32-991-04100-A SHEET 2


NLG Pressure/Extension Data (Weight on Wheels) Positive Temperatures

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** On A/C ALL
TEMPERATURE C
DIMENSION H

60

58

56

54

52

50

48

46

44

42

40

38

36

34

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE DIMENSION H

32

(mm)

(in)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(mm)

(in)

163

6.42

80.7

1171

79.5

1152

78.2

1134

77.0

1116

75.7

1098

74.6

1081

73.4

1064

72.2

1047

71.1

1031

70.0

1015

68.9

999

67.8

984

66.8

969

65.8

954

64.8

939

163

6.42

161

6.34

82.1

1190

80.8

1171

79.5

1152

78.2

1134

77.0

1116

75.8

1098

74.6

1081

73.4

1064

72.2

1047

71.1

1031

70.0

1015

68.9

999

67.8

983

66.8

968

65.7

953

161

6.34

159

6.26

83.5

1211

82.1

1191

80.8

1172

79.5

1153

78.2

1134

77.0

1116

75.8

1098

74.6

1081

73.4

1064

72.2

1047

71.1

1030

69.9

1014

68.8

998

67.8

983

66.7

967

159

6.26

157

6.18

84.9

1231

83.5

1211

82.2

1192

80.8

1172

79.5

1153

78.3

1135

77.0

1116

75.8

1099

74.5

1081

73.4

1064

72.2

1047

71.0

1030

69.9

1014

68.8

998

67.7

982

157

6.18

155

6.10

86.4

1253

85.0

1232

83.6

1212

82.2

1192

80.9

1173

79.6

1154

78.3

1135

77.0

1117

75.8

1099

74.5

1081

73.3

1064

72.2

1047

71.0

1030

69.9

1013

68.8

997

155

6.10

153

6.02

88.0

1275

86.5

1254

85.1

1233

83.7

1213

82.3

1193

80.9

1173

79.6

1154

78.3

1135

77.0

1117

75.8

1099

74.5

1081

73.3

1063

72.2

1046

71.0

1029

69.9

1013

153

6.02

151

5.94

89.6

1299

88.1

1277

86.6

1255

85.1

1234

83.7

1214

82.3

1194

81.0

1174

79.6

1155

78.3

1136

77.0

1117

75.8

1099

74.5

1081

73.3

1063

72.1

1046

71.0

1029

151

5.94

149

5.87

91.2

1323

89.7

1300

88.1

1278

86.7

1256

85.2

1235

83.8

1215

82.4

1194

81.0

1175

79.7

1155

78.3

1136

77.0

1117

75.8

1099

74.5

1081

73.3

1063

72.1

1046

149

5.87

147

5.79

92.9

1347

91.3

1324

89.8

1302

88.2

1279

86.7

1258

85.3

1236

83.8

1216

82.4

1195

81.0

1175

79.7

1155

78.4

1136

77.1

1117

75.8

1099

74.5

1081

73.3

1063

147

5.79

145

5.71

94.7

1373

93.0

1349

91.4

1326

89.9

1303

88.3

1281

86.8

1259

85.3

1237

83.9

1216

82.5

1196

81.1

1176

79.7

1156

78.4

1137

77.1

1118

75.8

1099

74.5

1081

145

5.71

143

5.63

96.5

1400

94.8

1375

93.2

1351

91.6

1328

90.0

1305

88.4

1282

86.9

1260

85.4

1238

84.0

1217

82.5

1197

81.1

1176

79.8

1156

78.4

1137

77.1

1118

75.8

1099

143

5.63

141

5.55

98.4

1427

96.7

1402

95.0

1377

93.3

1353

91.7

1329

90.1

1306

88.5

1283

87.0

1261

85.5

1240

84.0

1218

82.6

1197

81.2

1177

79.8

1157

78.4

1137

77.1

1118

141

5.55

139

5.47

100.4

1456

98.6

1430

96.8

1404

95.1

1379

93.4

1355

91.8

1331

90.2

1308

88.6

1285

87.1

1262

85.6

1241

84.1

1219

82.6

1198

81.2

1178

79.8

1157

78.5

1138

139

5.47

137

5.39

102.4

1486

100.6

1459

98.8

1432

97.0

1407

95.3

1382

93.6

1357

91.9

1333

90.3

1309

88.7

1286

87.2

1264

85.6

1242

84.1

1220

82.7

1199

81.3

1178

79.9

1158

137

5.39

135

5.31

104.6

1516

102.7

1489

100.8

1462

99.0

1435

97.2

1409

95.4

1384

93.7

1359

92.0

1335

90.4

1311

88.8

1288

87.2

1265

85.7

1243

84.2

1221

82.7

1200

81.3

1179

135

5.31

133

5.24

106.8

1548

104.8

1520

102.9

1492

101.0

1464

99.2

1438

97.3

1412

95.6

1386

93.9

1361

92.2

1337

90.5

1313

88.9

1289

87.3

1266

85.8

1244

84.3

1222

82.8

1200

133

5.24

131

5.16

109.1

1582

107.0

1552

105.1

1523

103.1

1495

101.2

1467

99.3

1440

97.5

1414

95.7

1388

94.0

1363

92.3

1338

90.6

1314

89.0

1291

87.4

1268

85.9

1245

84.3

1223

131

5.16

129

5.08

111.5

1617

109.4

1586

107.3

1556

105.3

1527

103.3

1498

101.4

1470

99.5

1443

97.7

1417

95.9

1391

94.1

1365

92.4

1340

90.8

1316

89.1

1292

87.5

1269

85.9

1246

129

5.08

127

5.00

114.0

1653

111.8

1621

109.7

1590

107.6

1560

105.5

1530

103.6

1502

101.6

1474

99.7

1446

97.9

1419

96.1

1393

94.3

1367

92.6

1342

90.9

1318

89.2

1294

87.6

1270

127

5.00

125

4.92

116.6

1690

114.3

1658

112.1

1626

110.0

1594

107.9

1564

105.8

1534

103.8

1505

101.8

1477

99.9

1449

98.1

1422

96.2

1395

94.4

1369

92.7

1344

91.0

1319

89.3

1295

125

4.92

123

4.84

119.3

1730

116.9

1696

114.7

1663

112.4

1630

110.3

1599

108.1

1568

106.1

1538

104.0

1508

102.1

1480

100.1

1452

98.2

1424

96.4

1398

94.6

1372

92.8

1346

91.1

1321

123

4.84

121

4.76

122.1

1771

119.7

1735

117.3

1701

115.0

1668

112.8

1635

110.6

1603

108.4

1572

106.3

1542

104.3

1512

102.3

1483

100.3

1455

98.4

1427

96.6

1400

94.8

1374

93.0

1348

121

4.76

119

4.69

125.1

1813

122.5

1777

120.1

1741

117.7

1707

115.4

1673

113.1

1640

110.9

1607

108.7

1576

106.6

1545

104.5

1516

102.5

1486

100.5

1458

98.6

1430

96.7

1403

94.9

1376

119

4.69

117

4.61

128.1

1858

125.5

1820

123.0

1783

120.5

1747

118.1

1712

115.7

1678

113.4

1645

111.2

1612

109.0

1580

106.9

1549

104.8

1519

102.7

1490

100.7

1461

98.8

1433

96.9

1405

117

4.61

115

4.53

131.4

1905

128.6

1865

126.0

1827

123.4

1790

120.9

1753

118.5

1718

116.1

1683

113.8

1650

111.5

1617

109.3

1585

107.1

1553

105.0

1523

103.0

1493

101.0

1464

99.0

1436

115

4.53

113

4.45

134.7

1953

131.9

1913

129.2

1873

126.5

1834

123.9

1796

121.3

1759

118.9

1724

116.5

1689

114.1

1655

111.8

1621

109.6

1589

107.4

1557

105.3

1527

103.2

1496

101.2

1467

113

4.45

111

4.37

138.2

2005

135.3

1962

132.5

1921

129.7

1880

127.0

1841

124.3

1803

121.8

1766

119.3

1729

116.8

1694

114.5

1660

112.1

1626

109.9

1593

107.7

1561

105.5

1530

103.4

1500

111

4.37

109

4.29

141.9

2058

138.9

2014

135.9

1971

133.0

1929

130.2

1888

127.5

1848

124.8

1810

122.2

1772

119.7

1735

117.2

1700

114.8

1665

112.5

1631

110.2

1598

108.0

1566

105.8

1534

109

4.29

107

4.21

145.8

2114

142.6

2068

139.5

2023

136.5

1980

133.6

1937

130.8

1896

128.0

1856

125.3

1817

122.7

1779

120.1

1742

117.6

1705

115.2

1670

112.8

1636

110.5

1602

108.3

1570

107

4.21

105

4.13

149.8

2173

146.5

2125

143.3

2078

140.2

2033

137.2

1989

134.2

1946

131.3

1904

128.5

1863

125.8

1824

123.1

1785

120.5

1748

118.0

1711

115.6

1676

113.2

1641

110.8

1607

105

4.13

103

4.06

154.1

2234

150.6

2184

147.3

2136

144.0

2089

140.9

2043

137.8

1998

134.8

1955

131.9

1912

129.0

1871

126.3

1831

123.6

1792

121.0

1754

118.4

1717

115.9

1681

113.5

1646

103

4.06

101

3.98

158.6

2299

155.0

2247

151.5

2196

148.1

2147

144.8

2099

141.6

2053

138.4

2007

135.4

1963

132.5

1921

129.6

1879

126.8

1838

124.1

1799

121.4

1761

118.8

1723

116.3

1687

101

3.98

99

3.90

163.2

2367

159.5

2313

155.8

2260

152.3

2208

148.9

2159

145.5

2110

142.3

2063

139.1

2017

136.0

1972

133.0

1929

130.1

1887

127.3

1846

124.5

1806

121.9

1767

119.3

1729

99

3.90

97

3.82

168.2

2438

164.2

2382

160.4

2326

156.8

2273

153.2

2221

149.7

2170

146.3

2121

143.0

2073

139.8

2027

136.7

1982

133.6

1938

130.7

1895

127.8

1854

125.0

1813

122.3

1774

97

3.82

95

3.74

173.3

2513

169.3

2454

165.3

2397

161.4

2341

157.7

2286

154.0

2234

150.5

2182

147.1

2132

143.7

2084

140.5

2037

137.3

1991

134.3

1947

131.3

1903

128.4

1861

125.5

1820

95

3.74

93

3.66

178.8

2592

174.5

2530

170.4

2470

166.3

2412

162.4

2355

158.6

2300

154.9

2246

151.3

2194

147.9

2144

144.5

2095

141.2

2047

138.0

2001

134.9

1956

131.9

1912

128.9

1869

93

3.66

91

3.58

184.5

2676

180.1

2611

175.7

2548

171.5

2487

167.4

2427

163.4

2370

159.6

2314

155.8

2260

152.2

2207

148.7

2156

145.2

2106

141.9

2058

138.7

2011

135.5

1965

132.4

1921

91

3.58

(mm)

(in)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(mm)

(in)

DIMENSION H PRESSURE
60

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

58

56

54

52

50

48

46

44

42

40

38

36

34

32

DIMENSION H

TEMPERATURE C
N_MM_121232_3_WAA0_03_00
N_MM_121232_3_WAA0_03_00

AES

FIGURE 12-12-32-991-04100-A SHEET 3


NLG Pressure/Extension Data (Weight on Wheels) Positive Temperatures

12-12-32 PB301

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May 01/12
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AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
** On A/C ALL
TEMPERATURE C
DIMENSION H

60

58

56

54

52

50

48

46

44

42

40

38

36

34

32

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

DIMENSION H

(mm)

(in)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(mm)

(in)

89

3.50

190.6

2763

185.9

2695

181.3

2629

176.9

2566

172.7

2504

168.5

2443

164.5

2385

160.6

2328

156.8

2273

153.1

2220

149.5

2168

146.0

2117

142.6

2068

139.3

2021

136.2

1974

89

3.50

87

3.43

196.9

2855

192.0

2784

187.3

2715

182.7

2649

178.2

2584

173.9

2521

169.6

2460

165.5

2400

161.6

2343

157.7

2287

154.0

2233

150.3

2180

146.8

2129

143.4

2079

140.1

2031

87

3.43

85

3.35

203.6

2952

198.5

2878

193.5

2806

188.7

2736

184.0

2668

179.5

2602

175.1

2538

170.8

2476

166.6

2416

162.6

2358

158.7

2301

154.9

2246

151.2

2192

147.6

2141

144.1

2090

85

3.35

83

3.27

210.7

3055

205.3

2977

200.1

2902

195.1

2828

190.2

2757

185.4

2688

180.8

2621

176.3

2556

172.0

2493

167.7

2432

163.7

2373

159.7

2315

155.8

2259

152.1

2205

148.5

2153

83

3.27

81

3.19

218.1

3163

212.5

3081

207.0

3002

201.8

2925

196.6

2851

191.6

2779

186.8

2709

182.1

2641

177.6

2575

173.2

2511

168.9

2449

164.7

2389

160.7

2330

156.8

2273

153.0

2218

81

3.19

79

3.11

225.9

3276

220.1

3191

214.4

3108

208.8

3028

203.5

2950

198.2

2874

193.2

2801

188.3

2730

183.5

2661

178.9

2594

174.4

2529

170.0

2466

165.8

2404

161.7

2345

157.8

2288

79

3.11

77

3.03

234.2

3396

228.1

3307

222.1

3220

216.3

3136

210.6

3054

205.2

2975

199.9

2898

194.7

2824

189.7

2751

184.9

2681

180.2

2613

175.7

2547

171.2

2483

166.9

2421

162.8

2361

77

3.03

75

2.95

242.9

3522

236.5

3429

230.2

3338

224.1

3250

218.2

3164

212.5

3081

207.0

3001

201.6

2923

196.3

2847

191.3

2773

186.3

2702

181.6

2633

176.9

2566

172.5

2501

168.1

2437

75

2.95

73

2.87

252.1

3655

245.4

3558

238.8

3463

232.4

3370

226.2

3281

220.2

3194

214.4

3109

208.8

3027

203.3

2948

198.0

2871

192.8

2796

187.8

2723

183.0

2653

178.3

2585

173.7

2519

73

2.87

71

2.80

261.8

3796

254.7

3693

247.8

3594

241.2

3497

234.7

3403

228.4

3312

222.3

3223

216.4

3137

210.6

3054

205.1

2973

199.6

2895

194.4

2819

189.3

2745

184.4

2674

179.6

2604

71

2.80

69

2.72

271.9

3943

264.6

3836

257.4

3732

250.4

3631

243.6

3532

237.0

3437

230.6

3344

224.4

3254

218.4

3167

212.5

3082

206.9

3000

201.4

2920

196.0

2842

190.9

2767

185.8

2695

69

2.72

67

2.64

282.6

4098

274.9

3986

267.4

3877

260.1

3772

253.0

3669

246.1

3568

239.4

3471

232.9

3377

226.6

3285

220.4

3196

214.5

3110

208.7

3026

203.1

2945

197.7

2867

192.4

2790

67

2.64

65

2.56

293.9

4261

285.8

4145

278.0

4031

270.3

3920

262.9

3812

255.7

3707

248.7

3605

241.8

3507

235.2

3410

228.8

3317

222.5

3227

216.5

3139

210.6

3054

204.9

2971

199.4

2891

65

2.56

63

2.48

305.7

4433

297.3

4311

289.1

4192

281.1

4076

273.3

3963

265.8

3854

258.4

3747

251.3

3643

244.3

3543

237.6

3445

231.0

3350

224.7

3258

218.5

3169

212.6

3082

206.8

2998

63

2.48

61

2.40

318.1

4613

309.3

4485

300.8

4361

292.4

4240

284.3

4122

276.4

4008

268.7

3896

261.2

3788

253.9

3682

246.9

3580

240.0

3480

233.4

3384

226.9

3290

220.6

3199

214.6

3111

61

2.40

59

2.32

331.1

4801

322.0

4668

313.0

4539

304.3

4413

295.9

4290

287.6

4170

279.5

4053

271.7

3940

264.1

3829

256.7

3722

249.5

3618

242.5

3517

235.7

3418

229.2

3323

222.8

3230

59

2.32

57

2.24

344.7

4998

335.2

4860

325.9

4726

316.8

4594

308.0

4466

299.4

4341

290.9

4219

282.8

4100

274.8

3984

267.0

3872

259.5

3763

252.2

3657

245.1

3554

238.2

3454

231.5

3356

57

2.24

55

2.17

358.9

5204

349.0

5061

339.4

4921

329.9

4784

320.7

4650

311.7

4520

302.9

4393

294.4

4268

286.0

4148

277.9

4030

270.1

3916

262.4

3805

254.9

3697

247.7

3592

240.7

3490

55

2.17

53

2.09

373.8

5420

363.5

5271

353.5

5125

343.6

4983

334.1

4844

324.7

4708

315.5

4575

306.6

4446

297.9

4319

289.4

4197

281.2

4077

273.1

3961

265.3

3847

257.8

3737

250.4

3631

53

2.09

51

2.01

389.2

5644

378.6

5490

368.2

5339

358.0

5191

348.0

5046

338.3

4905

328.7

4767

319.4

4632

310.3

4500

301.5

4372

292.9

4247

284.5

4125

276.3

4006

268.4

3891

260.6

3779

51

2.01

49

1.93

405.3

5877

394.3

5718

383.5

5561

373.0

5408

362.6

5258

352.5

5111

342.6

4967

332.9

4827

323.4

4690

314.2

4556

305.2

4425

296.4

4298

287.9

4174

279.6

4054

271.5

3936

49

1.93

47

1.85

422.0

6119

410.7

5955

399.5

5793

388.6

5634

377.8

5479

367.3

5326

357.0

5177

347.0

5031

337.1

4888

327.5

4749

318.1

4613

309.0

4480

300.0

4351

291.3

4224

282.9

4102

47

1.85

45

1.77

439.3

6370

427.6

6201

416.1

6034

404.8

5870

393.7

5709

382.8

5551

372.2

5396

361.7

5245

351.5

5096

341.5

4951

331.7

4809

322.1

4671

312.8

4536

303.7

4404

294.9

4276

45

1.77

43

1.69

457.2

6630

445.2

6455

433.3

6283

421.7

6114

410.2

5948

399.0

5785

387.9

5625

377.1

5468

366.5

5314

356.1

5163

345.9

5016

336.0

4871

326.3

4731

316.8

4593

307.5

4459

43

1.69

41

1.61

475.8

6898

463.4

6719

451.2

6542

439.2

6368

427.4

6197

415.7

6028

404.3

5863

393.1

5700

382.1

5541

371.3

5384

360.8

5231

350.4

5081

340.3

4935

330.5

4792

320.8

4652

41

1.61

39

1.54

494.8

7175

482.1

6991

469.6

6810

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6631

445.1

6454

433.1

6280

421.4

6110

409.8

5942

398.4

5777

387.2

5615

376.3

5456

365.6

5301

355.1

5149

344.8

5000

334.8

4854

39

1.54

37

1.46

514.5

7460

501.5

7272

488.7

7085

476.0

6902

463.5

6720

451.2

6542

439.0

6366

427.1

6193

415.3

6022

403.8

5855

392.5

5691

381.4

5530

370.5

5372

359.8

5217

349.4

5066

37

1.46

35

1.38

534.7

7753

521.4

7560

508.3

7370

495.3

7181

482.4

6995

469.8

6812

457.3

6631

445.0

6453

432.9

6277

421.0

6105

409.3

5935

397.8

5769

386.6

5605

375.5

5445

364.7

5288

35

1.38

33

1.30

555.4

8053

541.8

7857

528.4

7662

515.1

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502.0

7279

489.0

7091

476.2

6905

463.6

6722

451.1

6541

438.9

6364

426.8

6189

414.9

6017

403.3

5848

391.8

5682

380.6

5519

33

1.30

31

1.22

576.6

8361

562.8

8161

549.1

7962

535.5

7765

522.1

7570

508.8

7378

495.7

7188

482.7

7000

470.0

6814

457.4

6632

444.9

6452

432.7

6274

420.7

6100

408.9

5928

397.2

5760

31

1.22

29

1.14

598.3

8676

584.3

8472

570.3

8269

556.5

8069

542.8

7870

529.2

7673

515.8

7479

502.5

7286

489.4

7096

476.5

6909

463.7

6724

451.1

6541

438.7

6361

426.5

6185

414.5

6011

29

1.14

27

1.06

620.5

8998

606.2

8790

592.0

8584

577.9

8380

563.9

8177

550.1

7976

536.4

7778

522.8

7581

509.4

7386

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7194

483.1

7004

470.1

6817

457.4

6632

444.8

6450

432.5

6271

27

1.06

25

0.98

643.1

9325

628.6

9115

614.2

8905

599.8

8698

585.6

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571.5

8287

557.5

8084

543.7

7883

530.0

7685

516.4

7488

503.0

7294

489.8

7102

476.7

6912

463.8

6725

451.1

6541

25

0.98

23

0.91

666.2

9659

651.4

9446

636.8

9233

622.2

9022

607.8

8813

593.4

8605

579.2

8398

565.1

8194

551.1

7991

537.3

7790

523.6

7591

510.0

7395

496.6

7201

483.4

7009

470.3

6820

23

0.91

21

0.83

689.6

9999

674.7

9783

659.8

9567

645.1

9353

630.4

9141

615.8

8929

601.3

8719

587.0

8511

572.7

8305

558.6

8100

544.6

7897

530.8

7696

517.1

7498

503.5

7301

490.2

7107

21

0.83

19

0.75

713.4 10344 698.3 10125 683.3

9907

668.3

9690

653.4

9475

638.6

9260

624.0

9047

609.4

8836

594.9

8626

580.5

8417

566.3

8211

552.1

8006

538.1

7803

524.3

7602

510.6

7404

19

0.75

(mm)

(in)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(mm)

(in)

(psi)

DIMENSION H PRESSURE
60

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

58

56

54

52

50

48

46

44

42

40

38

36

34

32

DIMENSION H

TEMPERATURE C
N_MM_121232_3_WAA0_04_00
N_MM_121232_3_WAA0_04_00

AES

FIGURE 12-12-32-991-04100-A SHEET 4


NLG Pressure/Extension Data (Weight on Wheels) Positive Temperatures

12-12-32 PB301

Page 15
May 01/12
Revision n: 40

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AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
** On A/C ALL
TEMPERATURE C
30
DIMENSION H

28

26

24

22

20

18

16

14

12

10

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

DIMENSION H

(mm)

(in)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(mm)

(in)

311

12.24

30.5

442

30.1

437

29.8

432

29.5

428

29.2

423

28.8

418

28.5

414

28.2

409

27.9

404

27.6

400

27.3

395

27.0

391

26.7

386

26.4

382

26.1

378

311

12.24

309

12.17

30.7

445

30.4

440

30.0

435

29.7

431

29.4

426

29.0

421

28.7

416

28.4

412

28.1

407

27.8

403

27.5

398

27.1

394

26.8

389

26.5

385

26.2

380

309

12.17

307

12.09

30.9

448

30.6

443

30.2

439

29.9

434

29.6

429

29.2

424

28.9

419

28.6

415

28.3

410

28.0

405

27.6

401

27.3

396

27.0

392

26.7

387

26.4

383

307

12.09

305

12.01

31.1

452

30.8

447

30.5

442

30.1

437

29.8

432

29.5

427

29.1

422

28.8

418

28.5

413

28.2

408

27.8

404

27.5

399

27.2

394

26.9

390

26.6

385

305

12.01

303

11.93

31.4

455

31.0

450

30.7

445

30.3

440

30.0

435

29.7

430

29.3

425

29.0

421

28.7

416

28.3

411

28.0

406

27.7

402

27.4

397

27.1

393

26.8

388

303

11.93

301

11.85

31.6

458

31.3

453

30.9

448

30.6

443

30.2

438

29.9

433

29.5

428

29.2

424

28.9

419

28.5

414

28.2

409

27.9

405

27.6

400

27.3

395

27.0

391

301

11.85

299

11.77

31.8

462

31.5

457

31.1

451

30.8

446

30.4

441

30.1

436

29.8

431

29.4

427

29.1

422

28.8

417

28.4

412

28.1

407

27.8

403

27.5

398

27.1

394

299

11.77

297

11.69

32.1

465

31.7

460

31.4

455

31.0

450

30.7

445

30.3

440

30.0

435

29.6

430

29.3

425

29.0

420

28.6

415

28.3

410

28.0

406

27.7

401

27.3

396

297

11.69

295

11.61

32.3

469

32.0

463

31.6

458

31.2

453

30.9

448

30.5

443

30.2

438

29.8

433

29.5

428

29.2

423

28.8

418

28.5

413

28.2

409

27.8

404

27.5

399

295

11.61

293

11.54

32.6

472

32.2

467

31.8

462

31.5

456

31.1

451

30.8

446

30.4

441

30.1

436

29.7

431

29.4

426

29.0

421

28.7

416

28.4

411

28.0

407

27.7

402

293

11.54

291

11.46

32.8

476

32.4

470

32.1

465

31.7

460

31.4

455

31.0

449

30.6

444

30.3

439

29.9

434

29.6

429

29.3

424

28.9

419

28.6

414

28.3

410

27.9

405

291

11.46

289

11.38

33.1

479

32.7

474

32.3

469

32.0

463

31.6

458

31.2

453

30.9

448

30.5

442

30.2

437

29.8

432

29.5

427

29.1

422

28.8

417

28.5

413

28.1

408

289

11.38

287

11.30

33.3

483

32.9

478

32.6

472

32.2

467

31.8

462

31.5

456

31.1

451

30.7

446

30.4

441

30.0

436

29.7

431

29.3

426

29.0

421

28.7

416

28.3

411

287

11.30

285

11.22

33.6

487

33.2

481

32.8

476

32.4

470

32.1

465

31.7

460

31.3

454

31.0

449

30.6

444

30.3

439

29.9

434

29.6

429

29.2

424

28.9

419

28.5

414

285

11.22

283

11.14

33.8

491

33.5

485

33.1

480

32.7

474

32.3

469

31.9

463

31.6

458

31.2

453

30.9

447

30.5

442

30.1

437

29.8

432

29.4

427

29.1

422

28.7

417

283

11.14

281

11.06

34.1

495

33.7

489

33.3

483

33.0

478

32.6

472

32.2

467

31.8

461

31.5

456

31.1

451

30.7

446

30.4

440

30.0

435

29.7

430

29.3

425

29.0

420

281

11.06

279

10.98

34.4

499

34.0

493

33.6

487

33.2

482

32.8

476

32.4

470

32.1

465

31.7

460

31.3

454

31.0

449

30.6

444

30.2

438

29.9

433

29.5

428

29.2

423

279

10.98

277

10.91

34.7

503

34.3

497

33.9

491

33.5

485

33.1

480

32.7

474

32.3

469

31.9

463

31.6

458

31.2

452

30.8

447

30.5

442

30.1

437

29.8

431

29.4

426

277

10.91

275

10.83

34.9

507

34.5

501

34.1

495

33.7

489

33.4

484

33.0

478

32.6

472

32.2

467

31.8

461

31.4

456

31.1

451

30.7

445

30.3

440

30.0

435

29.6

430

275

10.83

273

10.75

35.2

511

34.8

505

34.4

499

34.0

493

33.6

487

33.2

482

32.8

476

32.5

471

32.1

465

31.7

459

31.3

454

30.9

449

30.6

443

30.2

438

29.8

433

273

10.75

271

10.67

35.5

515

35.1

509

34.7

503

34.3

497

33.9

491

33.5

486

33.1

480

32.7

474

32.3

469

31.9

463

31.6

458

31.2

452

30.8

447

30.4

441

30.1

436

271

10.67

269

10.59

35.8

519

35.4

513

35.0

507

34.6

501

34.2

495

33.8

490

33.4

484

33.0

478

32.6

472

32.2

467

31.8

461

31.4

456

31.1

450

30.7

445

30.3

440

269

10.59

267

10.51

36.1

524

35.7

518

35.3

512

34.9

505

34.5

500

34.0

494

33.6

488

33.2

482

32.8

476

32.5

471

32.1

465

31.7

459

31.3

454

30.9

448

30.6

443

267

10.51

265

10.43

36.4

528

36.0

522

35.6

516

35.2

510

34.7

504

34.3

498

33.9

492

33.5

486

33.1

480

32.7

474

32.3

469

31.9

463

31.6

457

31.2

452

30.8

447

265

10.43

263

10.35

36.7

533

36.3

526

35.9

520

35.4

514

35.0

508

34.6

502

34.2

496

33.8

490

33.4

484

33.0

478

32.6

473

32.2

467

31.8

461

31.4

456

31.0

450

263

10.35

261

10.28

37.1

537

36.6

531

36.2

525

35.7

518

35.3

512

34.9

506

34.5

500

34.1

494

33.7

488

33.3

482

32.9

476

32.5

471

32.1

465

31.7

459

31.3

454

261

10.28

259

10.20

37.4

542

36.9

536

36.5

529

36.1

523

35.6

517

35.2

510

34.8

504

34.4

498

33.9

492

33.5

486

33.1

480

32.7

474

32.3

469

31.9

463

31.5

457

259

10.20

257

10.12

37.7

547

37.3

540

36.8

534

36.4

527

35.9

521

35.5

515

35.1

508

34.6

502

34.2

496

33.8

490

33.4

484

33.0

478

32.6

473

32.2

467

31.8

461

257

10.12

255

10.04

38.0

552

37.6

545

37.1

538

36.7

532

36.2

525

35.8

519

35.4

513

34.9

507

34.5

500

34.1

494

33.7

488

33.3

482

32.9

476

32.5

471

32.1

465

255

10.04

253

9.96

38.4

556

37.9

550

37.5

543

37.0

537

36.6

530

36.1

524

35.7

517

35.2

511

34.8

505

34.4

499

34.0

492

33.5

486

33.1

480

32.7

475

32.3

469

253

9.96

251

9.88

38.7

561

38.3

555

37.8

548

37.3

541

36.9

535

36.4

528

36.0

522

35.5

515

35.1

509

34.7

503

34.3

497

33.8

491

33.4

485

33.0

479

32.6

473

251

9.88

249

9.80

39.1

567

38.6

560

38.1

553

37.7

546

37.2

539

36.8

533

36.3

526

35.9

520

35.4

514

35.0

507

34.5

501

34.1

495

33.7

489

33.3

483

32.9

477

249

9.80

247

9.72

39.4

572

38.9

565

38.5

558

38.0

551

37.5

544

37.1

538

36.6

531

36.2

524

35.7

518

35.3

512

34.8

505

34.4

499

34.0

493

33.6

487

33.2

481

247

9.72

245

9.65

39.8

577

39.3

570

38.8

563

38.3

556

37.9

549

37.4

542

36.9

536

36.5

529

36.0

523

35.6

516

35.2

510

34.7

503

34.3

497

33.9

491

33.4

485

245

9.65

243

9.57

40.2

582

39.7

575

39.2

568

38.7

561

38.2

554

37.8

547

37.3

541

36.8

534

36.4

527

35.9

521

35.5

514

35.0

508

34.6

501

34.2

495

33.7

489

243

9.57

241

9.49

40.5

588

40.0

581

39.5

573

39.1

566

38.6

559

38.1

552

37.6

546

37.2

539

36.7

532

36.2

525

35.8

519

35.3

512

34.9

506

34.5

500

34.0

493

241

9.49

239

9.41

40.9

593

40.4

586

39.9

579

39.4

572

38.9

565

38.4

557

38.0

551

37.5

544

37.0

537

36.6

530

36.1

523

35.6

517

35.2

510

34.8

504

34.3

498

239

9.41

(mm)

(in)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(mm)

(in)

DIMENSION H PRESSURE
30

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

28

26

24

22

20

18

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

16

14

12

10

DIMENSION H

TEMPERATURE C
N_MM_121232_3_WAA0_05_00
N_MM_121232_3_WAA0_05_00

AES

FIGURE 12-12-32-991-04100-A SHEET 5


NLG Pressure/Extension Data (Weight on Wheels) Positive Temperatures

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** On A/C ALL
TEMPERATURE C
30
DIMENSION H PRESSURE

28

26

24

22

20

18

16

14

12

10

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

DIMENSION H

(mm)

(in)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(mm)

(in)

237

9.33

41.3

599

40.8

592

40.3

584

39.8

577

39.3

570

38.8

563

38.3

556

37.8

549

37.4

542

36.9

535

36.4

528

36.0

522

35.5

515

35.1

508

34.6

502

237

9.33

235

9.25

41.7

605

41.2

597

40.7

590

40.2

582

39.7

575

39.2

568

38.7

561

38.2

554

37.7

547

37.2

540

36.8

533

36.3

526

35.8

520

35.4

513

34.9

507

235

9.25

233

9.17

42.1

611

41.6

603

41.1

596

40.6

588

40.0

581

39.5

573

39.0

566

38.5

559

38.1

552

37.6

545

37.1

538

36.6

531

36.2

524

35.7

518

35.2

511

233

9.17

231

9.09

42.5

617

42.0

609

41.5

601

41.0

594

40.4

586

39.9

579

39.4

572

38.9

564

38.4

557

37.9

550

37.4

543

37.0

536

36.5

529

36.0

522

35.6

516

231

9.09

229

9.02

43.0

623

42.4

615

41.9

607

41.4

600

40.8

592

40.3

584

39.8

577

39.3

570

38.8

562

38.3

555

37.8

548

37.3

541

36.8

534

36.4

527

35.9

520

229

9.02

227

8.94

43.4

629

42.8

621

42.3

613

41.8

606

41.2

598

40.7

590

40.2

583

39.7

575

39.2

568

38.7

560

38.2

553

37.7

546

37.2

539

36.7

532

36.2

525

227

8.94

225

8.86

43.8

636

43.3

627

42.7

619

42.2

612

41.6

604

41.1

596

40.6

588

40.1

581

39.5

573

39.0

566

38.5

559

38.0

551

37.5

544

37.0

537

36.6

530

225

8.86

223

8.78

44.3

642

43.7

634

43.2

626

42.6

618

42.1

610

41.5

602

41.0

594

40.4

586

39.9

579

39.4

571

38.9

564

38.4

557

37.9

549

37.4

542

36.9

535

223

8.78

221

8.70

44.7

649

44.2

640

43.6

632

43.0

624

42.5

616

41.9

608

41.4

600

40.8

592

40.3

585

39.8

577

39.3

569

38.8

562

38.3

555

37.8

547

37.3

540

221

8.70

219

8.62

45.2

656

44.6

647

44.0

639

43.5

630

42.9

622

42.4

614

41.8

606

41.3

598

40.7

590

40.2

583

39.7

575

39.1

568

38.6

560

38.1

553

37.6

546

219

8.62

217

8.54

45.7

662

45.1

654

44.5

645

43.9

637

43.4

629

42.8

620

42.2

612

41.7

604

41.1

596

40.6

589

40.1

581

39.5

573

39.0

566

38.5

558

38.0

551

217

8.54

215

8.46

46.2

670

45.6

661

45.0

652

44.4

644

43.8

635

43.2

627

42.7

619

42.1

610

41.5

602

41.0

594

40.5

587

39.9

579

39.4

571

38.9

564

38.4

556

215

8.46

213

8.39

46.7

677

46.1

668

45.5

659

44.9

650

44.3

642

43.7

633

43.1

625

42.5

617

42.0

609

41.4

601

40.9

593

40.3

585

39.8

577

39.3

569

38.7

562

213

8.39

211

8.31

47.2

684

46.6

675

45.9

666

45.3

657

44.7

649

44.1

640

43.6

632

43.0

623

42.4

615

41.8

607

41.3

599

40.7

591

40.2

583

39.7

575

39.1

567

211

8.31

209

8.23

47.7

692

47.1

682

46.4

673

45.8

664

45.2

656

44.6

647

44.0

638

43.4

630

42.9

621

42.3

613

41.7

605

41.2

597

40.6

589

40.1

581

39.5

573

209

8.23

207

8.15

48.2

699

47.6

690

47.0

681

46.3

672

45.7

663

45.1

654

44.5

645

43.9

636

43.3

628

42.7

619

42.2

611

41.6

603

41.0

595

40.5

587

39.9

579

207

8.15

205

8.07

48.8

707

48.1

698

47.5

688

46.8

679

46.2

670

45.6

661

45.0

652

44.4

643

43.8

635

43.2

626

42.6

618

42.0

609

41.5

601

40.9

593

40.3

585

205

8.07

203

7.99

49.3

715

48.7

706

48.0

696

47.4

687

46.7

677

46.1

668

45.5

659

44.8

650

44.2

641

43.6

633

43.0

624

42.5

616

41.9

607

41.3

599

40.8

591

203

7.99

201

7.91

49.9

724

49.2

714

48.6

704

47.9

694

47.2

685

46.6

676

46.0

666

45.3

657

44.7

648

44.1

640

43.5

631

42.9

622

42.3

614

41.8

605

41.2

597

201

7.91

199

7.83

50.5

732

49.8

722

49.1

712

48.4

702

47.8

693

47.1

683

46.5

674

45.8

665

45.2

656

44.6

647

44.0

638

43.4

629

42.8

620

42.2

612

41.6

604

199

7.83

197

7.76

51.1

741

50.4

730

49.7

720

49.0

710

48.3

701

47.7

691

47.0

682

46.4

672

45.7

663

45.1

654

44.5

645

43.9

636

43.3

627

42.7

619

42.1

610

197

7.76

195

7.68

51.7

749

51.0

739

50.3

729

49.6

719

48.9

709

48.2

699

47.5

689

46.9

680

46.2

670

45.6

661

45.0

652

44.3

643

43.7

634

43.1

625

42.5

617

195

7.68

193

7.60

52.3

758

51.6

748

50.9

737

50.2

727

49.5

717

48.8

707

48.1

697

47.4

688

46.8

678

46.1

669

45.5

659

44.8

650

44.2

641

43.6

632

43.0

623

193

7.60

191

7.52

52.9

768

52.2

757

51.5

746

50.7

736

50.0

726

49.3

715

48.7

705

48.0

696

47.3

686

46.6

676

46.0

667

45.3

658

44.7

648

44.1

639

43.5

630

191

7.52

189

7.44

53.6

777

52.8

766

52.1

755

51.4

745

50.6

734

49.9

724

49.2

714

48.5

704

47.9

694

47.2

684

46.5

675

45.9

665

45.2

656

44.6

646

44.0

637

189

7.44

187

7.36

54.3

787

53.5

776

52.7

765

52.0

754

51.3

743

50.5

733

49.8

722

49.1

712

48.4

702

47.7

692

47.1

682

46.4

673

45.7

663

45.1

654

44.5

645

187

7.36

185

7.28

54.9

797

54.2

785

53.4

774

52.6

763

51.9

752

51.1

742

50.4

731

49.7

721

49.0

710

48.3

700

47.6

690

46.9

681

46.3

671

45.6

661

45.0

652

185

7.28

183

7.20

55.6

807

54.8

795

54.1

784

53.3

773

52.5

762

51.8

751

51.0

740

50.3

729

49.6

719

48.9

709

48.2

699

47.5

689

46.8

679

46.1

669

45.5

660

183

7.20

181

7.13

56.4

817

55.6

806

54.8

794

54.0

782

53.2

771

52.4

760

51.7

749

50.9

738

50.2

728

49.5

717

48.8

707

48.1

697

47.4

687

46.7

677

46.0

667

181

7.13

179

7.05

57.1

828

56.3

816

55.5

804

54.7

792

53.9

781

53.1

770

52.3

759

51.6

748

50.8

737

50.1

726

49.4

716

48.6

705

47.9

695

47.2

685

46.6

675

179

7.05

177

6.97

57.9

839

57.0

827

56.2

815

55.4

803

54.6

791

53.8

780

53.0

768

52.2

757

51.4

746

50.7

735

50.0

724

49.2

714

48.5

704

47.8

693

47.1

683

177

6.97

175

6.89

58.6

850

57.8

838

56.9

825

56.1

813

55.3

801

54.5

790

53.7

778

52.9

767

52.1

755

51.3

744

50.6

733

49.8

723

49.1

712

48.4

702

47.7

691

175

6.89

173

6.81

59.4

862

58.6

849

57.7

836

56.8

824

56.0

812

55.2

800

54.4

788

53.6

777

52.8

765

52.0

754

51.2

743

50.5

732

49.7

721

49.0

710

48.3

700

173

6.81

171

6.73

60.3

874

59.4

861

58.5

848

57.6

835

56.7

823

55.9

811

55.1

799

54.3

787

53.4

775

52.7

764

51.9

752

51.1

741

50.4

730

49.6

719

48.9

709

171

6.73

169

6.65

61.1

886

60.2

873

59.3

859

58.4

847

57.5

834

56.6

821

55.8

809

55.0

797

54.1

785

53.3

773

52.5

762

51.8

751

51.0

739

50.2

728

49.5

718

169

6.65

167

6.57

62.0

898

61.0

885

60.1

871

59.2

858

58.3

845

57.4

833

56.6

820

55.7

808

54.9

796

54.0

784

53.2

772

52.4

760

51.7

749

50.9

738

50.1

727

167

6.57

165

6.50

62.8

911

61.9

897

60.9

884

60.0

870

59.1

857

58.2

844

57.3

831

56.5

819

55.6

806

54.8

794

53.9

782

53.1

770

52.3

759

51.5

747

50.8

736

165

6.50

(mm)

(in)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(mm)

(in)

DIMENSION H PRESSURE
30

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

28

26

24

22

20

18

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

16

14

12

10

DIMENSION H

TEMPERATURE C
N_MM_121232_3_WAA0_06_00
N_MM_121232_3_WAA0_06_00

AES

FIGURE 12-12-32-991-04100-A SHEET 6


NLG Pressure/Extension Data (Weight on Wheels) Positive Temperatures

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** On A/C ALL
TEMPERATURE C
30

28

26

24

20

22

18

16

14

10

12

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

(mm)

(in)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(mm)

(in)

163

6.42

63.8

925

62.8

910

61.8

896

60.9

883

59.9

869

59.0

856

58.1

843

57.2

830

56.4

817

55.5

805

54.7

793

53.8

781

53.0

769

52.2

757

51.4

746

163

6.42

161

6.34

64.7

938

63.7

924

62.7

909

61.7

895

60.8

882

59.9

868

58.9

855

58.0

842

57.1

829

56.3

816

55.4

803

54.6

791

53.7

779

52.9

767

52.1

755

161

6.34

159

6.26

65.7

952

64.6

937

63.6

923

62.6

908

61.7

894

60.7

880

59.8

867

58.9

853

57.9

840

57.1

827

56.2

815

55.3

802

54.5

790

53.6

778

52.8

766

159

6.26

157

6.18

66.7

967

65.6

951

64.6

936

63.6

922

62.6

907

61.6

893

60.6

879

59.7

866

58.8

852

57.9

839

57.0

826

56.1

813

55.2

800

54.4

788

53.5

776

157

6.18

155

6.10

67.7

981

66.6

966

65.6

951

64.5

936

63.5

921

62.5

906

61.5

892

60.6

878

59.6

864

58.7

851

57.8

838

56.9

825

56.0

812

55.1

799

54.2

787

155

6.10

153

6.02

68.7

997

67.6

981

66.6

965

65.5

950

64.5

935

63.4

920

62.4

905

61.5

891

60.5

877

59.5

863

58.6

850

57.7

836

56.8

823

55.9

810

55.0

797

153

6.02

151

5.94

69.8

1013

68.7

996

67.6

980

66.5

964

65.5

949

64.4

934

63.4

919

62.4

904

61.4

890

60.4

876

59.4

862

58.5

848

57.6

835

56.7

822

55.8

809

151

5.94

149

5.87

70.9

1029

69.8

1012

68.7

996

67.6

980

66.5

964

65.4

948

64.3

933

63.3

918

62.3

903

61.3

889

60.3

875

59.4

861

58.4

847

57.5

834

56.6

820

149

5.87

147

5.79

72.1

1046

70.9

1028

69.8

1012

68.6

995

67.5

979

66.4

963

65.3

947

64.3

932

63.2

917

62.2

902

61.2

888

60.2

873

59.3

859

58.3

846

57.4

832

147

5.79

145

5.71

73.3

1063

72.1

1045

70.9

1028

69.7

1011

68.6

995

67.5

978

66.4

962

65.3

947

64.2

931

63.2

916

62.2

901

61.1

887

60.2

872

59.2

858

58.2

844

145

5.71

143

5.63

74.5

1081

73.3

1063

72.1

1045

70.9

1028

69.7

1011

68.6

994

67.4

978

66.3

962

65.2

946

64.2

930

63.1

915

62.1

900

61.1

885

60.1

871

59.1

857

143

5.63

141

5.55

75.8

1099

74.5

1081

73.3

1063

72.1

1045

70.9

1027

69.7

1010

68.5

993

67.4

977

66.3

961

65.2

945

64.1

929

63.0

914

62.0

899

61.0

884

60.0

870

141

5.55

139

5.47

77.1

1118

75.8

1099

74.5

1081

73.3

1062

72.0

1045

70.8

1027

69.6

1010

68.5

993

67.3

976

66.2

960

65.1

944

64.0

928

63.0

913

61.9

898

60.9

883

139

5.47

137

5.39

78.5

1138

77.1

1118

75.8

1099

74.5

1081

73.3

1062

72.0

1044

70.8

1027

69.6

1009

68.4

992

67.3

976

66.2

959

65.1

943

64.0

927

62.9

912

61.9

897

137

5.39

135

5.31

79.9

1158

78.5

1138

77.1

1119

75.8

1099

74.5

1081

73.2

1062

72.0

1044

70.8

1026

69.6

1009

68.4

992

67.2

975

66.1

959

65.0

942

63.9

927

62.8

911

135

5.31

133

5.24

81.3

1179

79.9

1159

78.5

1139

77.2

1119

75.8

1100

74.5

1081

73.2

1062

72.0

1044

70.7

1026

69.5

1008

68.4

991

67.2

974

66.0

958

64.9

941

63.8

926

133

5.24

131

5.16

82.8

1201

81.4

1180

80.0

1159

78.6

1139

77.2

1119

75.8

1100

74.5

1081

73.2

1062

72.0

1043

70.7

1025

69.5

1008

68.3

991

67.1

974

66.0

957

64.9

941

131

5.16

129

5.08

84.4

1224

82.9

1202

81.4

1181

80.0

1160

78.6

1139

77.2

1119

75.8

1100

74.5

1080

73.2

1062

71.9

1043

70.7

1025

69.5

1007

68.3

990

67.1

973

65.9

956

129

5.08

127

5.00

86.0

1247

84.5

1225

83.0

1203

81.5

1181

80.0

1160

78.6

1140

77.2

1120

75.8

1100

74.5

1080

73.2

1061

71.9

1043

70.7

1025

69.4

1007

68.2

989

67.0

972

127

5.00

125

4.92

87.7

1272

86.1

1249

84.5

1226

83.0

1204

81.5

1182

80.1

1161

78.6

1140

77.2

1120

75.9

1100

74.5

1080

73.2

1061

71.9

1043

70.6

1024

69.4

1006

68.2

989

125

4.92

123

4.84

89.4

1297

87.8

1273

86.2

1250

84.6

1227

83.1

1205

81.6

1183

80.1

1161

78.7

1140

77.2

1120

75.9

1100

74.5

1080

73.2

1061

71.9

1042

70.6

1024

69.4

1006

123

4.84

121

4.76

91.2

1323

89.5

1298

87.9

1274

86.3

1251

84.7

1228

83.1

1205

81.6

1183

80.1

1162

78.7

1141

77.3

1120

75.9

1100

74.5

1080

73.2

1061

71.9

1042

70.6

1023

121

4.76

119

4.69

93.1

1350

91.4

1325

89.7

1300

88.0

1276

86.4

1252

84.8

1229

83.2

1206

81.7

1184

80.2

1162

78.7

1141

77.3

1121

75.9

1100

74.5

1080

73.2

1061

71.8

1042

119

4.69

117

4.61

95.1

1379

93.3

1352

91.5

1327

89.8

1302

88.1

1277

86.4

1253

84.8

1230

83.3

1207

81.7

1185

80.2

1163

78.7

1142

77.3

1121

75.9

1100

74.5

1080

73.1

1061

117

4.61

115

4.53

97.1

1408

95.2

1381

93.4

1354

91.6

1329

89.9

1303

88.2

1279

86.5

1255

84.9

1231

83.3

1208

81.8

1186

80.2

1164

78.8

1142

77.3

1121

75.9

1100

74.5

1080

115

4.53

113

4.45

99.2

1438

97.3

1411

95.4

1383

93.6

1357

91.8

1331

90.0

1305

88.3

1280

86.6

1256

85.0

1232

83.4

1209

81.8

1186

80.3

1164

78.8

1142

77.3

1121

75.9

1100

113

4.45

111

4.37

101.4

1470

99.4

1441

97.5

1413

95.6

1386

93.7

1359

91.9

1333

90.1

1307

88.4

1282

86.7

1257

85.1

1233

83.4

1210

81.9

1187

80.3

1165

78.8

1143

77.3

1122

111

4.37

109

4.29

103.7

1504

101.6

1474

99.6

1444

97.7

1416

95.7

1388

93.9

1361

92.0

1334

90.2

1309

88.5

1283

86.8

1259

85.1

1235

83.5

1211

81.9

1188

80.4

1165

78.9

1143

109

4.29

107

4.21

106.1

1538

103.9

1507

101.9

1477

99.8

1447

97.8

1419

95.9

1391

94.0

1363

92.2

1337

90.4

1310

88.6

1285

86.9

1260

85.2

1236

83.6

1212

82.0

1189

80.4

1166

107

4.21

105

4.13

108.6

1574

106.4

1542

104.2

1511

102.1

1480

100.0

1451

98.0

1422

96.1

1393

94.2

1366

92.3

1339

90.5

1312

88.7

1287

87.0

1261

85.3

1237

83.6

1213

82.0

1189

105

4.13

103

4.06

111.2

1612

108.9

1579

106.6

1546

104.5

1515

102.3

1484

100.3

1454

98.2

1424

96.3

1396

94.3

1368

92.5

1341

90.6

1314

88.8

1288

87.1

1263

85.4

1238

83.7

1214

103

4.06

101

3.98

113.9

1651

111.5

1617

109.2

1583

106.9

1550

104.7

1518

102.6

1487

100.5

1457

98.4

1427

96.4

1398

94.5

1370

92.6

1343

90.8

1316

88.9

1290

87.2

1264

85.5

1239

101

3.98

99

3.90

116.7

1692

114.2

1657

111.8

1622

109.5

1588

107.2

1555

105.0

1522

102.8

1491

100.7

1460

98.6

1430

96.6

1401

94.7

1373

92.8

1345

90.9

1318

89.1

1291

87.3

1266

99

3.90

97

3.82

119.7

1736

117.1

1698

114.6

1662

112.2

1627

109.8

1592

107.5

1559

105.3

1526

103.1

1494

100.9

1463

98.8

1433

96.8

1404

94.8

1375

92.9

1347

91.0

1320

89.2

1293

97

3.82

95

3.74

122.8

1781

120.1

1742

117.5

1704

115.0

1668

112.5

1632

110.1

1597

107.8

1563

105.5

1530

103.3

1498

101.2

1467

99.1

1436

97.0

1407

95.0

1378

93.1

1349

91.2

1322

95

3.74

93

3.66

126.1

1828

123.3

1788

120.6

1748

117.9

1710

115.4

1673

112.9

1637

110.5

1602

108.1

1568

105.8

1534

103.6

1502

101.4

1470

99.3

1439

97.2

1409

95.2

1380

93.2

1352

93

3.66

91

3.58

129.5

1877

126.6

1835

123.8

1795

121.0

1755

118.4

1716

115.8

1679

113.3

1642

110.8

1607

108.4

1572

106.1

1539

103.8

1506

101.6

1474

99.5

1443

97.4

1412

95.4

1383

91

3.58

(mm)

(in)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(mm)

(in)

DIMENSION H PRESSURE

DIMENSION H PRESSURE
30

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

28

26

24

22

20

18

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

16

14

12

10

DIMENSION H

DIMENSION H

TEMPERATURE C
N_MM_121232_3_WAA0_07_00
N_MM_121232_3_WAA0_07_00

AES

FIGURE 12-12-32-991-04100-A SHEET 7


NLG Pressure/Extension Data (Weight on Wheels) Positive Temperatures

12-12-32 PB301

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** On A/C ALL
TEMPERATURE C
DIMENSION H

30

28

26

24

22

20

18

16

14

12

10

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

DIMENSION H

(mm)

(in)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(mm)

(in)

89

3.50

133.1

1929

130.0

1886

127.1

1843

124.3

1802

121.5

1762

118.8

1723

116.2

1685

113.6

1648

111.2

1612

108.7

1577

106.4

1543

104.1

1510

101.9

1477

99.7

1446

97.6

1415

89

3.50

87

3.43

136.8

1984

133.7

1938

130.6

1894

127.7

1851

124.8

1809

122.0

1769

119.2

1729

116.6

1691

114.0

1653

111.5

1617

109.1

1582

106.7

1547

104.4

1514

102.1

1481

99.9

1449

87

3.43

85

3.35

140.8

2041

137.5

1994

134.3

1948

131.2

1903

128.2

1859

125.3

1817

122.5

1776

119.7

1736

117.0

1697

114.4

1659

111.9

1622

109.4

1586

107.0

1551

104.7

1518

102.4

1485

85

3.35

83

3.27

144.9

2102

141.5

2052

138.2

2004

135.0

1957

131.8

1911

128.8

1867

125.8

1824

123.0

1783

120.2

1742

117.4

1703

114.8

1665

112.2

1627

109.7

1591

107.3

1556

104.9

1522

83

3.27

81

3.19

149.3

2165

145.7

2113

142.3

2063

138.9

2014

135.6

1967

132.4

1920

129.4

1876

126.4

1832

123.5

1790

120.6

1749

117.9

1709

115.2

1670

112.6

1633

110.1

1596

107.6

1561

81

3.19

79

3.11

153.9

2232

150.2

2178

146.5

2125

143.0

2074

139.6

2024

136.3

1976

133.1

1930

130.0

1884

126.9

1840

124.0

1798

121.1

1756

118.3

1716

115.6

1676

113.0

1638

110.4

1601

79

3.11

77

3.03

158.8

2302

154.9

2245

151.1

2190

147.4

2137

143.8

2085

140.3

2035

137.0

1986

133.7

1939

130.6

1893

127.5

1848

124.5

1805

121.6

1763

118.8

1722

116.0

1683

113.4

1644

77

3.03

75

2.95

163.9

2376

159.8

2317

155.8

2259

152.0

2204

148.2

2149

144.6

2097

141.1

2046

137.7

1997

134.4

1949

131.2

1902

128.1

1857

125.0

1813

122.1

1770

119.2

1729

116.5

1689

75

2.95

73

2.87

169.3

2454

165.0

2392

160.8

2332

156.8

2274

152.9

2217

149.1

2162

145.4

2109

141.9

2057

138.4

2007

135.1

1958

131.8

1911

128.6

1865

125.6

1821

122.6

1778

119.7

1736

73

2.87

71

2.80

175.0

2537

170.5

2472

166.1

2409

161.9

2348

157.8

2288

153.8

2231

150.0

2175

146.3

2121

142.7

2068

139.1

2018

135.7

1968

132.4

1920

129.2

1874

126.1

1829

123.1

1785

71

2.80

69

2.72

181.0

2624

176.3

2556

171.7

2490

167.3

2426

163.0

2363

158.8

2303

154.8

2245

150.9

2188

147.1

2133

143.5

2080

139.9

2029

136.4

1978

133.1

1930

129.9

1883

126.7

1837

69

2.72

67

2.64

187.3

2716

182.4

2645

177.6

2575

173.0

2508

168.5

2443

164.1

2380

159.9

2319

155.8

2259

151.8

2202

148.0

2146

144.3

2092

140.7

2040

137.2

1989

133.8

1940

130.5

1892

67

2.64

65

2.56

194.1

2814

188.9

2739

183.8

2666

179.0

2595

174.3

2527

169.7

2461

165.3

2396

161.0

2334

156.8

2274

152.8

2216

148.9

2159

145.1

2104

141.5

2051

137.9

2000

134.5

1950

65

2.56

63

2.48

201.2

2917

195.7

2838

190.4

2761

185.3

2687

180.4

2616

175.6

2546

170.9

2479

166.4

2413

162.1

2350

157.9

2289

153.8

2230

149.8

2172

146.0

2117

142.3

2063

138.7

2010

63

2.48

61

2.40

208.7

3026

202.9

2943

197.4

2862

192.0

2785

186.8

2709

181.8

2636

176.9

2566

172.2

2497

167.6

2431

163.2

2367

158.9

2304

154.8

2244

150.8

2186

146.9

2129

143.1

2075

61

2.40

59

2.32

216.6

3141

210.6

3054

204.8

2969

199.1

2888

193.7

2809

188.4

2732

183.3

2658

178.3

2586

173.5

2516

168.9

2449

164.4

2383

160.0

2320

155.8

2259

151.7

2200

147.8

2142

59

2.32

57

2.24

225.0

3262

218.7

3171

212.6

3082

206.7

2997

200.9

2914

195.4

2833

190.0

2755

184.8

2680

179.8

2606

174.9

2536

170.1

2467

165.6

2401

161.1

2336

156.8

2274

152.7

2214

57

2.24

55

2.17

233.9

3391

227.2

3295

220.8

3202

214.6

3112

208.6

3025

202.8

2940

197.1

2858

191.6

2779

186.3

2702

181.2

2628

176.2

2556

171.4

2486

166.8

2418

162.3

2353

157.9

2290

55

2.17

53

2.09

243.2

3527

236.3

3426

229.6

3329

223.0

3234

216.7

3142

210.6

3053

204.6

2967

198.9

2884

193.3

2803

187.9

2725

182.7

2649

177.7

2576

172.8

2505

168.0

2436

163.5

2370

53

2.09

51

2.01

253.1

3671

245.9

3565

238.8

3463

231.9

3363

225.3

3267

218.9

3173

212.6

3083

206.6

2995

200.7

2910

195.0

2828

189.5

2748

184.2

2671

179.1

2597

174.1

2525

169.3

2455

51

2.01

49

1.93

263.6

3822

256.0

3712

248.6

3604

241.4

3500

234.4

3398

227.6

3300

221.0

3205

214.7

3113

208.5

3024

202.6

2937

196.8

2854

191.2

2773

185.8

2694

180.6

2618

175.5

2545

49

1.93

47

1.85

274.6

3982

266.6

3866

258.9

3754

251.3

3644

244.0

3538

236.9

3435

230.0

3335

223.3

3238

216.8

3144

210.6

3053

204.5

2965

198.6

2880

192.9

2797

187.4

2718

182.1

2640

47

1.85

45

1.77

286.3

4151

277.9

4030

269.8

3911

261.8

3797

254.1

3685

246.7

3577

239.4

3472

232.4

3370

225.6

3271

219.0

3176

212.6

3083

206.5

2994

200.5

2907

194.7

2823

189.1

2742

45

1.77

43

1.69

298.5

4329

289.8

4202

281.2

4078

272.9

3958

264.9

3841

257.1

3727

249.4

3617

242.1

3510

234.9

3406

228.0

3306

221.3

3208

214.8

3114

208.5

3023

202.4

2934

196.5

2849

43

1.69

41

1.61

311.4

4516

302.3

4383

293.4

4254

284.7

4128

276.2

4005

268.0

3886

260.0

3770

252.3

3658

244.8

3549

237.5

3444

230.4

3341

223.6

3242

217.0

3146

210.5

3053

204.3

2963

41

1.61

39

1.54

325.0

4712

315.4

4574

306.1

4438

297.0

4307

288.2

4179

279.6

4054

271.2

3933

263.1

3815

255.2

3700

247.5

3589

240.1

3482

232.9

3377

226.0

3276

219.2

3178

212.7

3084

39

1.54

37

1.46

339.2

4918

329.2

4774

319.5

4633

310.0

4495

300.8

4361

291.8

4231

283.0

4104

274.5

3980

266.2

3860

258.2

3744

250.4

3631

242.8

3521

235.5

3415

228.4

3312

221.5

3212

37

1.46

35

1.38

354.1

5134

343.7

4984

333.6

4837

323.7

4693

314.0

4553

304.6

4417

295.5

4284

286.5

4155

277.9

4029

269.4

3907

261.3

3788

253.3

3673

245.6

3561

238.1

3453

230.9

3348

35

1.38

33

1.30

369.6

5359

358.8

5203

348.3

5051

338.0

4901

328.0

4755

318.1

4613

308.6

4474

299.2

4339

290.2

4207

281.3

4079

272.7

3955

264.4

3834

256.3

3716

248.4

3603

240.8

3492

33

1.30

31

1.22

385.9

5595

374.7

5433

363.7

5274

353.0

5119

342.6

4967

332.3

4819

322.3

4674

312.6

4533

303.1

4395

293.9

4261

284.9

4131

276.1

4004

267.6

3881

259.4

3761

251.4

3645

31

1.22

29

1.14

402.8

5840

391.2

5672

379.9

5508

368.7

5347

357.9

5189

347.2

5035

336.8

4884

326.6

4736

316.7

4593

307.1

4453

297.7

4316

288.5

4183

279.6

4054

270.9

3929

262.5

3807

29

1.14

27

1.06

420.3

6095

408.4

5922

396.6

5751

385.1

5584

373.8

5421

362.8

5260

352.0

5104

341.4

4950

331.1

4800

321.0

4654

311.1

4512

301.6

4373

292.2

4237

283.2

4106

274.3

3978

27

1.06

25

0.98

438.6

6359

426.2

6180

414.1

6005

402.2

5832

390.5

5663

379.1

5496

367.8

5334

356.8

5174

346.1

5018

335.6

4866

325.3

4717

315.3

4572

305.6

4431

296.1

4293

286.8

4159

25

0.98

23

0.91

457.4

6633

444.8

6449

432.3

6268

420.0

6090

407.9

5915

396.0

5743

384.4

5574

373.0

5408

361.8

5246

350.9

5088

340.2

4933

329.8

4782

319.6

4634

309.7

4490

300.0

4350

23

0.91

21

0.83

476.9

6916

463.9

6727

451.1

6540

438.4

6357

425.9

6176

413.7

5999

401.7

5824

389.9

5653

378.3

5485

366.9

5320

355.8

5159

344.9

5002

334.3

4848

324.0

4697

313.8

4551

21

0.83

19

0.75

497.1

7207

483.7

7014

470.5

6822

457.5

6634

444.7

6448

432.0

6265

419.6

6084

407.4

5907

395.4

5734

383.7

5563

372.1

5396

360.8

5232

349.8

5072

339.0

4915

328.4

4762

19

0.75

(mm)

(in)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(mm)

(in)

DIMENSION H

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

30

28

26

24

22

20

18

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

16

14

12

10

DIMENSION H

TEMPERATURE C
N_MM_121232_3_WAA0_08_00
N_MM_121232_3_WAA0_08_00

AES

FIGURE 12-12-32-991-04100-A SHEET 8


NLG Pressure/Extension Data (Weight on Wheels) Positive Temperatures

12-12-32 PB301

Page 19
May 01/12
Revision n: 40

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AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
** On A/C ALL
TEMPERATURE C
0
DIMENSION H PRESSURE

10

12

14

16

18

20

22

24

26

28

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

DIMENSION H

(mm)

(in)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(mm)

(in)

311

12.24

25.8

373

25.5

369

25.2

365

24.9

361

24.6

357

24.3

352

24.0

348

23.7

344

23.5

340

23.2

336

22.9

332

22.6

328

22.4

324

22.1

321

21.8

317

311

12.24

309

12.17

25.9

376

25.6

372

25.3

367

25.0

363

24.8

359

24.5

355

24.2

351

23.9

346

23.6

342

23.3

338

23.1

334

22.8

330

22.5

326

22.2

323

22.0

319

309

12.17

307

12.09

26.1

378

25.8

374

25.5

370

25.2

366

24.9

361

24.6

357

24.3

353

24.1

349

23.8

345

23.5

341

23.2

337

22.9

333

22.7

329

22.4

325

22.1

321

307

12.09

305

12.01

26.3

381

26.0

377

25.7

372

25.4

368

25.1

364

24.8

359

24.5

355

24.2

351

23.9

347

23.6

343

23.4

339

23.1

335

22.8

331

22.5

327

22.3

323

305

12.01

303

11.93

26.5

384

26.2

379

25.9

375

25.6

370

25.3

366

25.0

362

24.7

358

24.4

353

24.1

349

23.8

345

23.5

341

23.2

337

23.0

333

22.7

329

22.4

325

303

11.93

301

11.85

26.6

386

26.3

382

26.0

377

25.7

373

25.4

369

25.1

364

24.8

360

24.5

356

24.2

352

24.0

347

23.7

343

23.4

339

23.1

335

22.8

331

22.6

327

301

11.85

299

11.77

26.8

389

26.5

384

26.2

380

25.9

376

25.6

371

25.3

367

25.0

362

24.7

358

24.4

354

24.1

350

23.8

346

23.5

341

23.3

337

23.0

333

22.7

329

299

11.77

297

11.69

27.0

392

26.7

387

26.4

383

26.1

378

25.8

374

25.5

369

25.2

365

24.9

361

24.6

356

24.3

352

24.0

348

23.7

344

23.4

340

23.1

335

22.8

331

297

11.69

295

11.61

27.2

394

26.9

390

26.6

385

26.3

381

26.0

376

25.6

372

25.3

367

25.0

363

24.7

359

24.4

354

24.2

350

23.9

346

23.6

342

23.3

338

23.0

334

295

11.61

293

11.54

27.4

397

27.1

393

26.8

388

26.4

383

26.1

379

25.8

374

25.5

370

25.2

366

24.9

361

24.6

357

24.3

353

24.0

348

23.7

344

23.4

340

23.2

336

293

11.54

291

11.46

27.6

400

27.3

395

27.0

391

26.6

386

26.3

382

26.0

377

25.7

373

25.4

368

25.1

364

24.8

359

24.5

355

24.2

351

23.9

346

23.6

342

23.3

338

291

11.46

289

11.38

27.8

403

27.5

398

27.1

394

26.8

389

26.5

384

26.2

380

25.9

375

25.6

371

25.3

366

25.0

362

24.7

357

24.4

353

24.1

349

23.8

345

23.5

340

289

11.38

287

11.30

28.0

406

27.7

401

27.3

396

27.0

392

26.7

387

26.4

382

26.1

378

25.7

373

25.4

369

25.1

364

24.8

360

24.5

356

24.2

351

23.9

347

23.6

343

287

11.30

285

11.22

28.2

409

27.9

404

27.5

399

27.2

395

26.9

390

26.6

385

26.2

381

25.9

376

25.6

371

25.3

367

25.0

362

24.7

358

24.4

354

24.1

349

23.8

345

285

11.22

283

11.14

28.4

412

28.1

407

27.7

402

27.4

397

27.1

393

26.8

388

26.4

383

26.1

379

25.8

374

25.5

370

25.2

365

24.9

361

24.6

356

24.3

352

24.0

347

283

11.14

281

11.06

28.6

415

28.3

410

27.9

405

27.6

400

27.3

396

26.9

391

26.6

386

26.3

381

26.0

377

25.7

372

25.4

368

25.0

363

24.7

359

24.4

354

24.1

350

281

11.06

279

10.98

28.8

418

28.5

413

28.1

408

27.8

403

27.5

398

27.1

394

26.8

389

26.5

384

26.2

379

25.8

375

25.5

370

25.2

366

24.9

361

24.6

357

24.3

352

279

10.98

277

10.91

29.0

421

28.7

416

28.4

411

28.0

406

27.7

401

27.3

396

27.0

392

26.7

387

26.4

382

26.0

378

25.7

373

25.4

368

25.1

364

24.8

359

24.5

355

277

10.91

275

10.83

29.3

424

28.9

419

28.6

414

28.2

409

27.9

404

27.5

399

27.2

395

26.9

390

26.6

385

26.2

380

25.9

376

25.6

371

25.3

366

25.0

362

24.6

357

275

10.83

273

10.75

29.5

428

29.1

422

28.8

417

28.4

412

28.1

407

27.8

402

27.4

398

27.1

393

26.7

388

26.4

383

26.1

378

25.8

374

25.4

369

25.1

364

24.8

360

273

10.75

271

10.67

29.7

431

29.4

426

29.0

421

28.7

415

28.3

410

28.0

405

27.6

400

27.3

396

26.9

391

26.6

386

26.3

381

26.0

376

25.6

372

25.3

367

25.0

362

271

10.67

269

10.59

29.9

434

29.6

429

29.2

424

28.9

419

28.5

414

28.2

409

27.8

403

27.5

399

27.1

394

26.8

389

26.5

384

26.1

379

25.8

374

25.5

370

25.2

365

269

10.59

267

10.51

30.2

438

29.8

432

29.5

427

29.1

422

28.7

417

28.4

412

28.0

407

27.7

402

27.4

397

27.0

392

26.7

387

26.3

382

26.0

377

25.7

372

25.4

368

267

10.51

265

10.43

30.4

441

30.1

436

29.7

430

29.3

425

29.0

420

28.6

415

28.3

410

27.9

405

27.6

400

27.2

395

26.9

390

26.5

385

26.2

380

25.9

375

25.5

370

265

10.43

263

10.35

30.7

445

30.3

439

29.9

434

29.6

428

29.2

423

28.8

418

28.5

413

28.1

408

27.8

403

27.4

398

27.1

393

26.7

388

26.4

383

26.1

378

25.7

373

263

10.35

261

10.28

30.9

448

30.5

443

30.2

437

29.8

432

29.4

427

29.1

421

28.7

416

28.3

411

28.0

406

27.6

401

27.3

396

26.9

391

26.6

386

26.3

381

25.9

376

261

10.28

259

10.20

31.2

452

30.8

446

30.4

441

30.0

435

29.6

430

29.3

425

28.9

419

28.6

414

28.2

409

27.8

404

27.5

399

27.1

394

26.8

389

26.5

384

26.1

379

259

10.20

257

10.12

31.4

455

31.0

450

30.6

444

30.3

439

29.9

433

29.5

428

29.1

423

28.8

417

28.4

412

28.1

407

27.7

402

27.4

397

27.0

392

26.7

387

26.3

382

257

10.12

255

10.04

31.7

459

31.3

453

30.9

448

30.5

442

30.1

437

29.7

431

29.4

426

29.0

421

28.6

415

28.3

410

27.9

405

27.6

400

27.2

395

26.9

390

26.5

385

255

10.04

253

9.96

31.9

463

31.5

457

31.1

452

30.8

446

30.4

440

30.0

435

29.6

429

29.2

424

28.9

419

28.5

413

28.1

408

27.8

403

27.4

398

27.1

393

26.7

388

253

9.96

251

9.88

32.2

467

31.8

461

31.4

455

31.0

450

30.6

444

30.2

438

29.9

433

29.5

427

29.1

422

28.7

417

28.4

411

28.0

406

27.6

401

27.3

396

26.9

391

251

9.88

249

9.80

32.5

471

32.1

465

31.7

459

31.3

453

30.9

448

30.5

442

30.1

436

29.7

431

29.3

425

29.0

420

28.6

415

28.2

409

27.9

404

27.5

399

27.2

394

249

9.80

247

9.72

32.7

475

32.3

469

31.9

463

31.5

457

31.1

451

30.7

446

30.3

440

30.0

434

29.6

429

29.2

423

28.8

418

28.5

413

28.1

407

27.7

402

27.4

397

247

9.72

245

9.65

33.0

479

32.6

473

32.2

467

31.8

461

31.4

455

31.0

449

30.6

444

30.2

438

29.8

432

29.4

427

29.1

421

28.7

416

28.3

411

27.9

405

27.6

400

245

9.65

243

9.57

33.3

483

32.9

477

32.5

471

32.1

465

31.6

459

31.2

453

30.8

447

30.5

442

30.1

436

29.7

430

29.3

425

28.9

419

28.5

414

28.2

408

27.8

403

243

9.57

241

9.49

33.6

487

33.2

481

32.7

475

32.3

469

31.9

463

31.5

457

31.1

451

30.7

445

30.3

440

29.9

434

29.5

428

29.2

423

28.8

417

28.4

412

28.0

406

241

9.49

239

9.41

33.9

491

33.5

485

33.0

479

32.6

473

32.2

467

31.8

461

31.4

455

31.0

449

30.6

443

30.2

438

29.8

432

29.4

426

29.0

421

28.6

415

28.3

410

239

9.41

(mm)

(in)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(mm)

(in)

DIMENSION H

PRESSURE
0

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

10

12

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

14

16

18

20

22

24

26

28

DIMENSION H

TEMPERATURE C
N_MM_121232_3_WEA0_01_00
N_MM_121232_3_WEA0_01_00

AES

FIGURE 12-12-32-991-04200-A SHEET 1


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** On A/C ALL
TEMPERATURE C
0
DIMENSION H

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

10

12

14

16

18

20

22

24

26

28

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

DIMENSION H

(mm)

(in)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(mm)

(in)

237

9.33

34.2

496

33.7

489

33.3

483

32.9

477

32.5

471

32.1

465

31.6

459

31.2

453

30.8

447

30.4

441

30.0

435

29.6

430

29.3

424

28.9

419

28.5

413

237

9.33

235

9.25

34.5

500

34.0

494

33.6

487

33.2

481

32.8

475

32.3

469

31.9

463

31.5

457

31.1

451

30.7

445

30.3

439

29.9

433

29.5

428

29.1

422

28.7

417

235

9.25

233

9.17

34.8

505

34.3

498

33.9

492

33.5

485

33.0

479

32.6

473

32.2

467

31.8

461

31.4

455

30.9

449

30.5

443

30.1

437

29.7

431

29.4

426

29.0

420

233

9.17

231

9.09

35.1

509

34.7

503

34.2

496

33.8

490

33.3

483

32.9

477

32.5

471

32.0

465

31.6

459

31.2

453

30.8

447

30.4

441

30.0

435

29.6

429

29.2

424

231

9.09

229

9.02

35.4

514

35.0

507

34.5

501

34.1

494

33.6

488

33.2

481

32.8

475

32.3

469

31.9

463

31.5

457

31.1

451

30.7

445

30.3

439

29.9

433

29.5

427

229

9.02

227

8.94

35.8

519

35.3

512

34.8

505

34.4

499

33.9

492

33.5

486

33.1

479

32.6

473

32.2

467

31.8

461

31.3

455

30.9

448

30.5

443

30.1

437

29.7

431

227

8.94

225

8.86

36.1

523

35.6

517

35.2

510

34.7

503

34.2

497

33.8

490

33.4

484

32.9

477

32.5

471

32.0

465

31.6

459

31.2

452

30.8

446

30.4

440

30.0

435

225

8.86

223

8.78

36.4

528

36.0

521

35.5

515

35.0

508

34.6

501

34.1

495

33.7

488

33.2

482

32.8

475

32.3

469

31.9

463

31.5

456

31.1

450

30.6

444

30.2

438

223

8.78

221

8.70

36.8

533

36.3

526

35.8

519

35.3

513

34.9

506

34.4

499

34.0

492

33.5

486

33.1

479

32.6

473

32.2

467

31.8

460

31.3

454

30.9

448

30.5

442

221

8.70

219

8.62

37.1

538

36.6

531

36.2

524

35.7

517

35.2

510

34.7

504

34.3

497

33.8

490

33.4

484

32.9

477

32.5

471

32.0

465

31.6

458

31.2

452

30.8

446

219

8.62

217

8.54

37.5

544

37.0

536

36.5

529

36.0

522

35.5

515

35.1

508

34.6

502

34.1

495

33.7

488

33.2

482

32.8

475

32.3

469

31.9

463

31.5

456

31.0

450

217

8.54

215

8.46

37.9

549

37.3

542

36.9

534

36.4

527

35.9

520

35.4

513

34.9

506

34.5

500

34.0

493

33.5

486

33.1

480

32.6

473

32.2

467

31.8

460

31.3

454

215

8.46

213

8.39

38.2

554

37.7

547

37.2

540

36.7

532

36.2

525

35.7

518

35.3

511

34.8

504

34.3

498

33.8

491

33.4

484

32.9

478

32.5

471

32.0

465

31.6

458

213

8.39

211

8.31

38.6

560

38.1

552

37.6

545

37.1

538

36.6

530

36.1

523

35.6

516

35.1

509

34.6

502

34.2

495

33.7

489

33.2

482

32.8

475

32.3

469

31.9

462

211

8.31

209

8.23

39.0

565

38.5

558

38.0

550

37.4

543

36.9

536

36.4

528

35.9

521

35.5

514

35.0

507

34.5

500

34.0

493

33.6

487

33.1

480

32.6

473

32.2

467

209

8.23

207

8.15

39.4

571

38.9

563

38.3

556

37.8

548

37.3

541

36.8

533

36.3

526

35.8

519

35.3

512

34.8

505

34.3

498

33.9

491

33.4

484

32.9

478

32.5

471

207

8.15

205

8.07

39.8

577

39.3

569

38.7

561

38.2

554

37.7

546

37.2

539

36.6

531

36.1

524

35.7

517

35.2

510

34.7

503

34.2

496

33.7

489

33.3

482

32.8

476

205

8.07

203

7.99

40.2

583

39.7

575

39.1

567

38.6

559

38.1

552

37.5

544

37.0

537

36.5

529

36.0

522

35.5

515

35.0

508

34.5

501

34.1

494

33.6

487

33.1

480

203

7.99

201

7.91

40.6

589

40.1

581

39.5

573

39.0

565

38.4

557

37.9

550

37.4

542

36.9

535

36.4

527

35.9

520

35.4

513

34.9

506

34.4

499

33.9

492

33.4

485

201

7.91

199

7.83

41.1

595

40.5

587

39.9

579

39.4

571

38.8

563

38.3

555

37.8

548

37.2

540

36.7

533

36.2

525

35.7

518

35.2

511

34.7

503

34.2

496

33.8

489

199

7.83

197

7.76

41.5

602

40.9

593

40.4

585

39.8

577

39.2

569

38.7

561

38.2

553

37.6

546

37.1

538

36.6

530

36.1

523

35.6

516

35.1

508

34.6

501

34.1

494

197

7.76

195

7.68

41.9

608

41.4

600

40.8

591

40.2

583

39.7

575

39.1

567

38.6

559

38.0

551

37.5

543

37.0

536

36.4

528

35.9

521

35.4

514

34.9

506

34.4

499

195

7.68

193

7.60

42.4

615

41.8

606

41.2

598

40.6

589

40.1

581

39.5

573

39.0

565

38.4

557

37.9

549

37.3

541

36.8

534

36.3

526

35.8

519

35.3

511

34.8

504

193

7.60

191

7.52

42.9

621

42.3

613

41.7

604

41.1

596

40.5

587

39.9

579

39.4

571

38.8

563

38.3

555

37.7

547

37.2

539

36.7

532

36.1

524

35.6

517

35.1

509

191

7.52

189

7.44

43.3

628

42.7

620

42.1

611

41.5

602

40.9

594

40.4

585

39.8

577

39.2

569

38.7

561

38.1

553

37.6

545

37.0

537

36.5

529

36.0

522

35.5

514

189

7.44

187

7.36

43.8

635

43.2

626

42.6

618

42.0

609

41.4

600

40.8

592

40.2

583

39.6

575

39.1

567

38.5

559

38.0

551

37.4

543

36.9

535

36.4

527

35.8

520

187

7.36

185

7.28

44.3

643

43.7

634

43.1

625

42.5

616

41.8

607

41.3

598

40.7

590

40.1

581

39.5

573

38.9

565

38.4

556

37.8

548

37.3

541

36.7

533

36.2

525

185

7.28

183

7.20

44.8

650

44.2

641

43.6

632

42.9

623

42.3

614

41.7

605

41.1

596

40.5

588

39.9

579

39.4

571

38.8

562

38.2

554

37.7

546

37.1

538

36.6

531

183

7.20

181

7.13

45.4

658

44.7

648

44.1

639

43.4

630

42.8

621

42.2

612

41.6

603

41.0

594

40.4

585

39.8

577

39.2

569

38.6

560

38.1

552

37.5

544

37.0

536

181

7.13

179

7.05

45.9

665

45.2

656

44.6

646

43.9

637

43.3

628

42.7

619

42.0

610

41.4

601

40.8

592

40.2

583

39.6

575

39.1

566

38.5

558

37.9

550

37.4

542

179

7.05

177

6.97

46.4

673

45.8

663

45.1

654

44.4

644

43.8

635

43.1

626

42.5

617

41.9

608

41.3

599

40.7

590

40.1

581

39.5

573

38.9

564

38.3

556

37.8

548

177

6.97

175

6.89

47.0

681

46.3

671

45.6

662

45.0

652

44.3

642

43.7

633

43.0

624

42.4

615

41.8

605

41.1

597

40.5

588

39.9

579

39.3

571

38.8

562

38.2

554

175

6.89

173

6.81

47.6

690

46.9

680

46.2

670

45.5

660

44.8

650

44.2

640

43.5

631

42.9

622

42.2

612

41.6

603

41.0

594

40.4

586

39.8

577

39.2

568

38.6

560

173

6.81

171

6.73

48.2

698

47.4

688

46.7

678

46.0

668

45.4

658

44.7

648

44.0

638

43.4

629

42.7

620

42.1

610

41.5

601

40.9

592

40.2

584

39.6

575

39.0

566

171

6.73

169

6.65

48.8

707

48.0

696

47.3

686

46.6

676

45.9

666

45.2

656

44.6

646

43.9

636

43.2

627

42.6

618

42.0

608

41.3

599

40.7

590

40.1

581

39.5

573

169

6.65

167

6.57

49.4

716

48.6

705

47.9

695

47.2

684

46.5

674

45.8

664

45.1

654

44.4

644

43.7

634

43.1

625

42.4

615

41.8

606

41.2

597

40.6

588

39.9

579

167

6.57

165

6.50

50.0

725

49.2

714

48.5

703

47.8

693

47.1

682

46.3

672

45.6

662

45.0

652

44.3

642

43.6

632

42.9

623

42.3

613

41.7

604

41.0

595

40.4

586

165

6.50

(mm)

(in)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(mm)

(in)

DIMENSION H

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

10

12

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

14

16

18

20

22

24

26

28

DIMENSION H

TEMPERATURE C
N_MM_121232_3_WEA0_02_00
N_MM_121232_3_WEA0_02_00

AES

FIGURE 12-12-32-991-04200-A SHEET 2


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** On A/C ALL
TEMPERATURE C
0

DIMENSION H PRESSURE

10

12

14

16

18

20

22

24

26

28

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

DIMENSION H

(mm)

(in)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(mm)

(in)

163

6.42

50.6

734

49.9

723

49.1

712

48.4

701

47.6

691

46.9

680

46.2

670

45.5

660

44.8

650

44.1

640

43.5

630

42.8

621

42.2

611

41.5

602

40.9

593

163

6.42

161

6.34

51.3

744

50.5

733

49.8

721

49.0

710

48.2

700

47.5

689

46.8

678

46.1

668

45.4

658

44.7

648

44.0

638

43.3

628

42.7

619

42.0

609

41.4

600

161

6.34

159

6.26

52.0

754

51.2

742

50.4

731

49.6

720

48.9

709

48.1

698

47.4

687

46.7

676

45.9

666

45.2

656

44.5

646

43.9

636

43.2

626

42.5

616

41.9

607

159

6.26

157

6.18

52.7

764

51.9

752

51.1

741

50.3

729

49.5

718

48.7

707

48.0

696

47.2

685

46.5

675

45.8

664

45.1

654

44.4

644

43.7

634

43.0

624

42.4

614

157

6.18

155

6.10

53.4

774

52.6

762

51.8

750

51.0

739

50.2

727

49.4

716

48.6

705

47.9

694

47.1

683

46.4

673

45.7

662

45.0

652

44.3

642

43.6

632

42.9

622

155

6.10

153

6.02

54.1

785

53.3

773

52.5

761

51.6

749

50.8

737

50.0

726

49.3

714

48.5

703

47.7

692

47.0

681

46.2

671

45.5

660

44.8

650

44.1

640

43.4

630

153

6.02

151

5.94

54.9

796

54.0

783

53.2

771

52.3

759

51.5

747

50.7

735

49.9

724

49.1

712

48.4

701

47.6

690

46.8

679

46.1

669

45.4

658

44.7

648

44.0

637

151

5.94

149

5.87

55.7

807

54.8

794

53.9

782

53.1

769

52.2

757

51.4

745

50.6

733

49.8

722

49.0

710

48.2

699

47.5

688

46.7

677

46.0

666

45.2

656

44.5

646

149

5.87

147

5.79

56.5

819

55.6

806

54.7

793

53.8

780

52.9

768

52.1

756

51.3

743

50.5

732

49.7

720

48.9

709

48.1

697

47.3

686

46.6

675

45.8

664

45.1

654

147

5.79

145

5.71

57.3

831

56.4

817

55.5

804

54.6

791

53.7

779

52.8

766

52.0

754

51.2

742

50.3

730

49.5

718

48.7

707

48.0

695

47.2

684

46.4

673

45.7

662

145

5.71

143

5.63

58.1

843

57.2

829

56.3

816

55.4

803

54.5

790

53.6

777

52.7

764

51.9

752

51.0

740

50.2

728

49.4

716

48.6

705

47.8

693

47.0

682

46.3

671

143

5.63

141

5.55

59.0

856

58.0

842

57.1

828

56.2

814

55.3

801

54.4

788

53.5

775

52.6

763

51.7

750

50.9

738

50.1

726

49.3

714

48.5

703

47.7

691

46.9

680

141

5.55

139

5.47

59.9

869

58.9

854

57.9

840

57.0

826

56.1

813

55.1

800

54.2

786

53.4

774

52.5

761

51.6

748

50.8

736

49.9

724

49.1

712

48.3

701

47.5

689

139

5.47

137

5.39

60.8

882

59.8

867

58.8

853

57.9

839

56.9

825

56.0

811

55.0

798

54.1

785

53.2

772

52.4

759

51.5

747

50.6

734

49.8

722

49.0

710

48.2

699

137

5.39

135

5.31

61.8

896

60.7

881

59.7

866

58.7

852

57.8

837

56.8

824

55.8

810

54.9

796

54.0

783

53.1

770

52.2

757

51.4

745

50.5

733

49.7

720

48.9

708

135

5.31

133

5.24

62.8

910

61.7

895

60.7

880

59.6

865

58.6

850

57.7

836

56.7

822

55.7

808

54.8

795

53.9

781

53.0

768

52.1

756

51.2

743

50.4

731

49.5

718

133

5.24

131

5.16

63.8

925

62.7

909

61.6

893

60.6

878

59.6

863

58.5

849

57.6

835

56.6

821

55.6

807

54.7

793

53.8

780

52.9

767

52.0

754

51.1

741

50.3

729

131

5.16

129

5.08

64.8

940

63.7

924

62.6

908

61.5

892

60.5

877

59.5

862

58.4

848

57.5

833

56.5

819

55.5

805

54.6

791

53.7

778

52.8

765

51.9

752

51.0

739

129

5.08

127

5.00

65.9

955

64.7

939

63.6

923

62.5

907

61.5

891

60.4

876

59.4

861

58.4

846

57.4

832

56.4

817

55.4

803

54.5

790

53.5

776

52.6

763

51.7

750

127

5.00

125

4.92

67.0

971

65.8

954

64.7

938

63.6

922

62.5

906

61.4

890

60.3

875

59.3

859

58.3

845

57.3

830

56.3

816

55.3

802

54.4

788

53.4

775

52.5

761

125

4.92

123

4.84

68.1

988

66.9

971

65.8

954

64.6

937

63.5

921

62.4

905

61.3

889

60.2

873

59.2

858

58.2

843

57.1

829

56.2

814

55.2

800

54.2

786

53.3

773

123

4.84

121

4.76

69.3

1005

68.1

987

66.9

970

65.7

953

64.6

936

63.4

920

62.3

903

61.2

888

60.1

872

59.1

857

58.1

842

57.0

827

56.0

813

55.1

799

54.1

785

121

4.76

119

4.69

70.6

1023

69.3

1005

68.1

987

66.8

969

65.7

952

64.5

935

63.3

918

62.2

902

61.1

886

60.0

871

59.0

855

58.0

840

56.9

826

55.9

811

55.0

797

119

4.69

117

4.61

71.8

1041

70.5

1023

69.3

1004

68.0

986

66.8

968

65.6

951

64.4

934

63.3

917

62.1

901

61.0

885

60.0

869

58.9

854

57.8

839

56.8

824

55.8

809

117

4.61

115

4.53

73.1

1060

71.8

1041

70.5

1022

69.2

1004

68.0

985

66.7

968

65.5

950

64.4

933

63.2

916

62.1

900

61.0

884

59.9

868

58.8

853

57.7

837

56.7

822

115

4.53

113

4.45

74.5

1080

73.1

1060

71.8

1041

70.5

1022

69.2

1003

67.9

985

66.7

967

65.5

949

64.3

932

63.1

915

62.0

899

60.9

883

59.8

867

58.7

851

57.6

836

113

4.45

111

4.37

75.9

1101

74.5

1080

73.1

1060

71.8

1040

70.4

1021

69.1

1002

67.9

984

66.6

966

65.4

948

64.2

931

63.0

914

61.9

898

60.8

881

59.7

865

58.6

850

111

4.37

109

4.29

77.4

1122

75.9

1101

74.5

1080

73.1

1060

71.7

1040

70.4

1021

69.1

1002

67.8

983

66.6

965

65.3

947

64.1

930

63.0

913

61.8

896

60.7

880

59.6

864

109

4.29

107

4.21

78.9

1144

77.4

1122

75.9

1101

74.5

1080

73.1

1060

71.7

1040

70.4

1020

69.1

1001

67.8

983

66.5

964

65.3

947

64.1

929

62.9

912

61.7

895

60.6

879

107

4.21

105

4.13

80.5

1167

78.9

1144

77.4

1122

75.9

1101

74.5

1080

73.1

1060

71.7

1040

70.3

1020

69.0

1001

67.7

982

66.5

964

65.2

946

64.0

928

62.8

911

61.6

894

105

4.13

103

4.06

82.1

1190

80.5

1167

78.9

1145

77.4

1123

75.9

1101

74.5

1080

73.1

1059

71.7

1039

70.3

1019

69.0

1000

67.7

981

66.4

963

65.1

945

63.9

927

62.7

910

103

4.06

101

3.98

83.8

1215

82.1

1191

80.5

1168

79.0

1145

77.4

1123

75.9

1101

74.5

1080

73.0

1059

71.6

1039

70.3

1019

68.9

1000

67.6

981

66.3

962

65.1

944

63.9

926

101

3.98

99

3.90

85.6

1240

83.9

1216

82.2

1192

80.6

1168

79.0

1146

77.5

1123

76.0

1101

74.5

1080

73.0

1059

71.6

1039

70.2

1019

68.9

999

67.6

980

66.3

961

65.0

943

99

3.90

97

3.82

87.4

1267

85.6

1242

83.9

1217

82.3

1193

80.6

1169

79.0

1146

77.5

1123

76.0

1101

74.5

1080

73.0

1059

71.6

1038

70.2

1018

68.9

998

67.5

979

66.2

960

97

3.82

95

3.74

89.3

1295

87.5

1269

85.7

1243

84.0

1218

82.3

1194

80.7

1170

79.1

1146

77.5

1124

76.0

1102

74.5

1080

73.0

1059

71.6

1038

70.2

1018

68.8

998

67.5

978

95

3.74

93

3.66

91.3

1324

89.4

1297

87.6

1270

85.8

1244

84.1

1219

82.4

1194

80.7

1170

79.1

1147

77.5

1124

76.0

1102

74.5

1080

73.0

1058

71.6

1038

70.1

1017

68.8

997

93

3.66

91

3.58

93.4

1354

91.4

1326

89.5

1298

87.7

1272

85.9

1246

84.2

1220

82.4

1195

80.8

1171

79.1

1147

77.5

1124

76.0

1102

74.5

1080

73.0

1058

71.5

1037

70.1

1017

91

3.58

(mm)

(in)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(mm)

(in)

DIMENSION H PRESSURE
0

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

10

12

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

14

16

18

20

22

24

26

28

DIMENSION H

TEMPERATURE C
N_MM_121232_3_WEA0_03_00
N_MM_121232_3_WEA0_03_00

AES

FIGURE 12-12-32-991-04200-A SHEET 3


NLG Pressure/Extension Data (Weight on Wheels) Negative Temperatures

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** On A/C ALL
TEMPERATURE C
0
DIMENSION H

10

12

14

16

18

20

22

24

26

28

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

DIMENSION H

(mm)

(in)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(mm)

(in)

89

3.50

95.5

1385

93.5

1356

91.6

1328

89.7

1300

87.8

1273

86.0

1247

84.2

1221

82.5

1196

80.8

1172

79.2

1148

77.6

1125

76.0

1102

74.5

1080

73.0

1058

71.5

1037

89

3.50

87

3.43

97.8

1418

95.7

1388

93.7

1359

91.7

1330

89.8

1302

87.9

1275

86.1

1248

84.3

1222

82.6

1197

80.9

1173

79.2

1148

77.6

1125

76.0

1102

74.5

1080

73.0

1058

87

3.43

85

3.35

100.2

1452

98.0

1421

95.9

1391

93.9

1361

91.9

1332

89.9

1304

88.0

1277

86.2

1250

84.4

1224

82.6

1198

80.9

1173

79.2

1149

77.6

1125

76.0

1102

74.5

1080

85

3.35

83

3.27

102.6

1488

100.4

1456

98.2

1424

96.1

1394

94.0

1364

92.0

1334

90.1

1306

88.1

1278

86.3

1251

84.5

1225

82.7

1199

81.0

1174

79.3

1150

77.6

1126

76.0

1102

83

3.27

81

3.19

105.2

1526

102.9

1492

100.6

1459

98.4

1427

96.3

1396

94.2

1366

92.2

1337

90.2

1308

88.3

1280

86.4

1253

84.5

1226

82.8

1200

81.0

1175

79.3

1150

77.7

1126

81

3.19

79

3.11

107.9

1565

105.5

1530

103.2

1496

100.9

1463

98.7

1431

96.5

1399

94.4

1369

92.3

1339

90.3

1310

88.4

1282

86.5

1254

84.6

1227

82.8

1201

81.1

1175

79.4

1151

79

3.11

77

3.03

110.8

1606

108.3

1570

105.8

1535

103.5

1500

101.1

1467

98.9

1434

96.7

1402

94.6

1371

92.5

1341

90.5

1312

88.5

1283

86.6

1256

84.7

1228

82.9

1202

81.1

1176

77

3.03

75

2.95

113.8

1650

111.2

1612

108.6

1575

106.1

1539

103.7

1504

101.4

1470

99.1

1437

96.9

1405

94.8

1374

92.7

1344

90.6

1314

88.6

1285

86.7

1257

84.8

1230

83.0

1203

75

2.95

73

2.87

116.9

1695

114.2

1656

111.5

1617

109.0

1580

106.4

1544

104.0

1508

101.7

1474

99.4

1441

97.1

1408

94.9

1377

92.8

1346

90.8

1316

88.8

1287

86.8

1259

84.9

1231

73

2.87

71

2.80

120.2

1743

117.3

1702

114.6

1661

111.9

1623

109.3

1585

106.8

1548

104.3

1512

101.9

1478

99.6

1444

97.3

1411

95.1

1379

93.0

1348

90.9

1318

88.9

1289

86.9

1260

71

2.80

69

2.72

123.6

1793

120.7

1750

117.8

1708

115.0

1668

112.3

1628

109.7

1590

107.1

1553

104.6

1517

102.2

1482

99.8

1448

97.5

1414

95.3

1382

93.2

1351

91.1

1320

89.0

1291

69

2.72

67

2.64

127.3

1846

124.2

1801

121.2

1757

118.3

1715

115.4

1674

112.7

1634

110.0

1595

107.4

1558

104.9

1521

102.5

1486

100.1

1451

97.8

1418

95.5

1385

93.3

1353

91.2

1323

67

2.64

65

2.56

131.1

1901

127.9

1854

124.7

1809

121.7

1765

118.7

1722

115.9

1680

113.1

1640

110.4

1601

107.8

1563

105.2

1526

102.7

1490

100.3

1455

98.0

1421

95.7

1388

93.5

1356

65

2.56

63

2.48

135.2

1960

131.8

1911

128.5

1863

125.3

1817

122.2

1772

119.2

1729

116.3

1687

113.5

1646

110.8

1606

108.1

1568

105.5

1530

103.0

1494

100.6

1459

98.2

1424

95.9

1391

63

2.48

61

2.40

139.4

2022

135.9

1970

132.4

1920

129.1

1872

125.9

1825

122.8

1780

119.7

1736

116.8

1693

113.9

1652

111.1

1612

108.5

1573

105.8

1535

103.3

1498

100.9

1462

98.5

1428

61

2.40

59

2.32

143.9

2087

140.2

2033

136.6

1981

133.1

1930

129.7

1881

126.5

1834

123.3

1788

120.2

1743

117.2

1700

114.3

1658

111.5

1617

108.8

1578

106.2

1540

103.6

1502

101.1

1466

59

2.32

57

2.24

148.7

2156

144.8

2099

141.0

2045

137.4

1992

133.8

1940

130.4

1891

127.1

1843

123.9

1796

120.7

1751

117.7

1707

114.8

1664

111.9

1623

109.2

1583

106.5

1544

103.9

1507

57

2.24

55

2.17

153.7

2229

149.6

2169

145.7

2112

141.8

2057

138.1

2003

134.5

1951

131.1

1900

127.7

1852

124.4

1804

121.3

1758

118.2

1714

115.2

1671

112.4

1629

109.6

1589

106.9

1549

55

2.17

53

2.09

159.0

2306

154.7

2244

150.6

2183

146.6

2125

142.7

2069

138.9

2014

135.3

1961

131.7

1910

128.3

1861

125.0

1813

121.8

1766

118.7

1721

115.7

1678

112.8

1635

109.9

1594

53

2.09

51

2.01

164.7

2387

160.1

2322

155.8

2259

151.6

2198

147.5

2139

143.5

2081

139.7

2026

136.0

1972

132.4

1920

129.0

1870

125.6

1821

122.4

1774

119.2

1729

116.2

1684

113.2

1641

51

2.01

49

1.93

170.6

2474

165.9

2405

161.3

2339

156.9

2275

152.6

2213

148.4

2152

144.4

2094

140.5

2038

136.8

1983

133.2

1931

129.6

1880

126.2

1830

122.9

1782

119.7

1736

116.6

1691

49

1.93

47

1.85

176.9

2566

172.0

2494

167.1

2424

162.5

2356

158.0

2291

153.6

2228

149.4

2166

145.3

2107

141.4

2050

137.6

1995

133.9

1941

130.3

1890

126.9

1839

123.5

1791

120.3

1744

47

1.85

45

1.77

183.7

2663

178.4

2587

173.3

2514

168.4

2442

163.7

2374

159.1

2307

154.7

2243

150.4

2181

146.3

2121

142.3

2063

138.4

2007

134.6

1952

131.0

1900

127.5

1849

124.1

1799

45

1.77

43

1.69

190.8

2766

185.3

2686

179.9

2609

174.8

2534

169.8

2462

165.0

2392

160.3

2324

155.8

2259

151.4

2196

147.2

2135

143.1

2076

139.2

2018

135.4

1963

131.7

1910

128.2

1858

43

1.69

41

1.61

198.3

2876

192.5

2791

186.9

2710

181.5

2631

176.2

2555

171.1

2481

166.2

2410

161.5

2342

156.9

2275

152.5

2211

148.2

2149

144.1

2089

140.1

2031

136.2

1975

132.4

1920

41

1.61

39

1.54

206.3

2992

200.2

2903

194.3

2817

188.6

2734

183.1

2654

177.7

2577

172.5

2502

167.5

2429

162.7

2359

158.1

2292

153.5

2226

149.2

2163

145.0

2102

140.9

2043

137.0

1986

39

1.54

37

1.46

214.8

3115

208.4

3022

202.2

2931

196.1

2844

190.3

2760

184.7

2678

179.2

2599

174.0

2523

168.9

2449

164.0

2378

159.2

2309

154.6

2242

150.2

2178

145.9

2116

141.8

2056

37

1.46

35

1.38

223.9

3246

217.1

3148

210.5

3053

204.2

2960

198.0

2871

192.1

2785

186.3

2702

180.8

2622

175.4

2544

170.3

2469

165.3

2396

160.4

2326

155.8

2259

151.3

2193

146.9

2130

35

1.38

33

1.30

233.5

3385

226.3

3282

219.4

3181

212.7

3084

206.2

2990

200.0

2900

193.9

2812

188.1

2727

182.4

2645

177.0

2566

171.7

2489

166.6

2416

161.7

2344

156.9

2276

152.4

2209

33

1.30

31

1.22

243.6

3532

236.1

3423

228.8

3318

221.8

3215

214.9

3117

208.3

3021

202.0

2928

195.8

2839

189.8

2753

184.1

2669

178.5

2588

173.1

2511

168.0

2435

163.0

2363

158.1

2293

31

1.22

29

1.14

254.4

3688

246.5

3574

238.8

3463

231.4

3355

224.2

3251

217.2

3150

210.5

3052

204.0

2958

197.7

2867

191.6

2779

185.8

2694

180.1

2612

174.6

2532

169.4

2456

164.3

2382

29

1.14

27

1.06

265.8

3854

257.5

3733

249.4

3616

241.6

3503

234.0

3393

226.7

3287

219.6

3184

212.7

3085

206.1

2989

199.7

2896

193.5

2806

187.5

2719

181.8

2635

176.2

2555

170.8

2477

27

1.06

25

0.98

277.8

4029

269.1

3902

260.6

3779

252.4

3660

244.4

3544

236.7

3432

229.3

3324

222.0

3219

215.0

3118

208.3

3020

201.7

2925

195.4

2834

189.3

2745

183.4

2660

177.8

2578

25

0.98

23

0.91

290.6

4213

281.4

4080

272.5

3951

263.9

3826

255.5

3705

247.4

3587

239.5

3473

231.9

3362

224.5

3255

217.4

3152

210.5

3052

203.8

2955

197.4

2862

191.2

2772

185.2

2685

23

0.91

21

0.83

304.0

4408

294.4

4269

285.1

4134

276.0

4002

267.2

3875

258.7

3751

250.4

3631

242.4

3514

234.6

3402

227.1

3293

219.8

3187

212.8

3085

206.0

2987

199.4

2892

193.1

2800

21

0.83

19

0.75

318.2

4613

308.1

4468

298.4

4326

288.9

4188

279.6

4055

270.6

3924

261.9

3798

253.5

3676

245.3

3557

237.4

3442

229.7

3331

222.3

3223

215.1

3119

208.2

3019

201.5

2922

19

0.75

(mm)

(in)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(mm)

(in)

DIMENSION H PRESSURE
0

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

10

12

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

14

16

18

20

22

24

26

28

DIMENSION H

TEMPERATURE C
N_MM_121232_3_WEA0_04_00
N_MM_121232_3_WEA0_04_00

AES

FIGURE 12-12-32-991-04200-A SHEET 4


NLG Pressure/Extension Data (Weight on Wheels) Negative Temperatures

12-12-32 PB301

Page 23
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** On A/C ALL
TEMPERATURE C
30
DIMENSION H PRESSURE

32

34

36

38

40

42

44

46

48

50

52

54

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

DIMENSION H

(mm)

(in)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(mm)

(in)

311

12.24

21.6

313

21.3

309

21.1

305

20.8

302

20.5

298

20.3

294

20.0

291

19.8

287

19.5

283

19.3

280

19.1

276

18.8

273

18.6

269

311

12.24

309

12.17

21.7

315

21.4

311

21.2

307

20.9

303

20.7

300

20.4

296

20.2

292

19.9

289

19.7

285

19.4

281

19.2

278

18.9

274

18.7

271

309

12.17

307

12.09

21.9

317

21.6

313

21.3

309

21.1

305

20.8

302

20.5

298

20.3

294

20.0

290

19.8

287

19.5

283

19.3

280

19.0

276

18.8

273

307

12.09

305

12.01

22.0

319

21.7

315

21.5

311

21.2

307

20.9

304

20.7

300

20.4

296

20.2

292

19.9

289

19.7

285

19.4

281

19.2

278

18.9

274

305

12.01

303

11.93

22.1

321

21.9

317

21.6

313

21.3

309

21.1

305

20.8

302

20.5

298

20.3

294

20.0

290

19.8

287

19.5

283

19.3

279

19.0

276

303

11.93

301

11.85

22.3

323

22.0

319

21.7

315

21.5

311

21.2

307

20.9

304

20.7

300

20.4

296

20.2

292

19.9

289

19.6

285

19.4

281

19.1

278

301

11.85

299

11.77

22.4

325

22.1

321

21.9

317

21.6

313

21.3

309

21.1

306

20.8

302

20.5

298

20.3

294

20.0

290

19.8

287

19.5

283

19.3

279

299

11.77

297

11.69

22.6

327

22.3

323

22.0

319

21.7

315

21.5

311

21.2

307

20.9

304

20.7

300

20.4

296

20.2

292

19.9

288

19.6

285

19.4

281

297

11.69

295

11.61

22.7

329

22.4

325

22.2

321

21.9

317

21.6

313

21.3

309

21.1

306

20.8

302

20.5

298

20.3

294

20.0

290

19.8

287

19.5

283

295

11.61

293

11.54

22.9

332

22.6

328

22.3

323

22.0

319

21.8

315

21.5

312

21.2

308

20.9

304

20.7

300

20.4

296

20.2

292

19.9

288

19.6

285

293

11.54

291

11.46

23.0

334

22.7

330

22.5

326

22.2

322

21.9

318

21.6

314

21.4

310

21.1

306

20.8

302

20.5

298

20.3

294

20.0

290

19.8

286

291

11.46

289

11.38

23.2

336

22.9

332

22.6

328

22.3

324

22.0

320

21.8

316

21.5

312

21.2

308

20.9

304

20.7

300

20.4

296

20.1

292

19.9

288

289

11.38

287

11.30

23.3

338

23.0

334

22.8

330

22.5

326

22.2

322

21.9

318

21.6

314

21.4

310

21.1

306

20.8

302

20.5

298

20.3

294

20.0

290

287

11.30

285

11.22

23.5

341

23.2

336

22.9

332

22.6

328

22.3

324

22.1

320

21.8

316

21.5

312

21.2

308

21.0

304

20.7

300

20.4

296

20.1

292

285

11.22

283

11.14

23.7

343

23.4

339

23.1

335

22.8

330

22.5

326

22.2

322

21.9

318

21.6

314

21.4

310

21.1

306

20.8

302

20.5

298

20.3

294

283

11.14

281

11.06

23.8

345

23.5

341

23.2

337

22.9

333

22.6

328

22.4

324

22.1

320

21.8

316

21.5

312

21.2

308

21.0

304

20.7

300

20.4

296

281

11.06

279

10.98

24.0

348

23.7

343

23.4

339

23.1

335

22.8

331

22.5

326

22.2

322

21.9

318

21.7

314

21.4

310

21.1

306

20.8

302

20.5

298

279

10.98

277

10.91

24.2

350

23.9

346

23.6

342

23.3

337

23.0

333

22.7

329

22.4

324

22.1

320

21.8

316

21.5

312

21.2

308

21.0

304

20.7

300

277

10.91

275

10.83

24.3

353

24.0

348

23.7

344

23.4

340

23.1

335

22.8

331

22.5

327

22.2

322

22.0

318

21.7

314

21.4

310

21.1

306

20.8

302

275

10.83

273

10.75

24.5

355

24.2

351

23.9

346

23.6

342

23.3

338

23.0

333

22.7

329

22.4

325

22.1

321

21.8

316

21.5

312

21.2

308

21.0

304

273

10.75

271

10.67

24.7

358

24.4

353

24.1

349

23.8

344

23.4

340

23.1

336

22.8

331

22.6

327

22.3

323

22.0

319

21.7

314

21.4

310

21.1

306

271

10.67

269

10.59

24.9

360

24.5

356

24.2

351

23.9

347

23.6

342

23.3

338

23.0

334

22.7

329

22.4

325

22.1

321

21.8

317

21.5

312

21.3

308

269

10.59

267

10.51

25.0

363

24.7

358

24.4

354

24.1

349

23.8

345

23.5

340

23.2

336

22.9

332

22.6

327

22.3

323

22.0

319

21.7

314

21.4

310

267

10.51

265

10.43

25.2

366

24.9

361

24.6

356

24.3

352

24.0

347

23.6

343

23.3

338

23.0

334

22.7

330

22.4

325

22.1

321

21.8

317

21.5

312

265

10.43

263

10.35

25.4

368

25.1

364

24.8

359

24.4

354

24.1

350

23.8

345

23.5

341

23.2

336

22.9

332

22.6

328

22.3

323

22.0

319

21.7

315

263

10.35

261

10.28

25.6

371

25.3

366

24.9

362

24.6

357

24.3

352

24.0

348

23.7

343

23.4

339

23.1

334

22.8

330

22.5

326

22.2

321

21.9

317

261

10.28

259

10.20

25.8

374

25.5

369

25.1

364

24.8

360

24.5

355

24.2

350

23.8

346

23.5

341

23.2

337

22.9

332

22.6

328

22.3

323

22.0

319

259

10.20

257

10.12

26.0

377

25.7

372

25.3

367

25.0

362

24.7

358

24.3

353

24.0

348

23.7

344

23.4

339

23.1

335

22.8

330

22.5

326

22.2

321

257

10.12

255

10.04

26.2

380

25.8

375

25.5

370

25.2

365

24.9

360

24.5

356

24.2

351

23.9

346

23.6

342

23.3

337

22.9

333

22.6

328

22.3

324

255

10.04

253

9.96

26.4

383

26.0

378

25.7

373

25.4

368

25.0

363

24.7

358

24.4

354

24.1

349

23.7

344

23.4

340

23.1

335

22.8

331

22.5

326

253

9.96

251

9.88

26.6

386

26.2

381

25.9

376

25.6

371

25.2

366

24.9

361

24.6

356

24.2

352

23.9

347

23.6

342

23.3

338

23.0

333

22.7

328

251

9.88

249

9.80

26.8

389

26.4

384

26.1

379

25.8

374

25.4

369

25.1

364

24.8

359

24.4

354

24.1

349

23.8

345

23.5

340

23.1

335

22.8

331

249

9.80

247

9.72

27.0

392

26.7

387

26.3

381

26.0

376

25.6

371

25.3

367

24.9

362

24.6

357

24.3

352

24.0

347

23.6

343

23.3

338

23.0

333

247

9.72

245

9.65

27.2

395

26.9

390

26.5

384

26.2

379

25.8

374

25.5

369

25.1

364

24.8

360

24.5

355

24.1

350

23.8

345

23.5

341

23.2

336

245

9.65

243

9.57

27.4

398

27.1

393

26.7

387

26.4

382

26.0

377

25.7

372

25.3

367

25.0

362

24.7

357

24.3

353

24.0

348

23.7

343

23.3

338

243

9.57

241

9.49

27.7

401

27.3

396

26.9

391

26.6

385

26.2

380

25.9

375

25.5

370

25.2

365

24.8

360

24.5

355

24.2

351

23.8

346

23.5

341

241

9.49

239

9.41

27.9

404

27.5

399

27.2

394

26.8

388

26.4

383

26.1

378

25.7

373

25.4

368

25.0

363

24.7

358

24.4

353

24.0

348

23.7

344

239

9.41

(mm)

(in)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(mm)

(in)

DIMENSION H PRESSURE
30

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

32

34

36

38

40

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

42

44

46

48

50

52

54

TEMPERATURE C

AES

FIGURE 12-12-32-991-04200-A SHEET 5


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DIMENSION H

N_MM_121232_3_WEA0_05_00
N_MM_121232_3_WEA0_05_00

@A318/A319/A320/A321
AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
** On A/C ALL
TEMPERATURE C
DIMENSION H

30

32

34

36

38

40

42

44

46

48

50

52

54

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

DIMENSION H

(mm)

(in)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(mm)

(in)

237

9.33

28.1

408

27.7

402

27.4

397

27.0

392

26.6

386

26.3

381

25.9

376

25.6

371

25.2

366

24.9

361

24.6

356

24.2

351

23.9

346

237

9.33

235

9.25

28.3

411

28.0

406

27.6

400

27.2

395

26.9

389

26.5

384

26.1

379

25.8

374

25.4

369

25.1

364

24.7

359

24.4

354

24.1

349

235

9.25

233

9.17

28.6

414

28.2

409

27.8

403

27.4

398

27.1

393

26.7

387

26.4

382

26.0

377

25.6

372

25.3

367

24.9

362

24.6

357

24.3

352

233

9.17

231

9.09

28.8

418

28.4

412

28.1

407

27.7

401

27.3

396

26.9

391

26.6

385

26.2

380

25.8

375

25.5

370

25.1

365

24.8

359

24.4

354

231

9.09

229

9.02

29.1

421

28.7

416

28.3

410

27.9

405

27.5

399

27.2

394

26.8

388

26.4

383

26.1

378

25.7

373

25.3

367

25.0

362

24.6

357

229

9.02

227

8.94

29.3

425

28.9

419

28.5

414

28.1

408

27.8

402

27.4

397

27.0

392

26.6

386

26.3

381

25.9

376

25.5

370

25.2

365

24.8

360

227

8.94

225

8.86

29.6

429

29.2

423

28.8

417

28.4

411

28.0

406

27.6

400

27.2

395

26.9

389

26.5

384

26.1

379

25.8

373

25.4

368

25.0

363

225

8.86

223

8.78

29.8

432

29.4

427

29.0

421

28.6

415

28.2

409

27.8

404

27.5

398

27.1

393

26.7

387

26.3

382

26.0

377

25.6

371

25.2

366

223

8.78

221

8.70

30.1

436

29.7

430

29.3

424

28.9

419

28.5

413

28.1

407

27.7

402

27.3

396

26.9

390

26.6

385

26.2

380

25.8

374

25.4

369

221

8.70

219

8.62

30.3

440

29.9

434

29.5

428

29.1

422

28.7

416

28.3

411

27.9

405

27.5

399

27.2

394

26.8

388

26.4

383

26.0

377

25.7

372

219

8.62

217

8.54

30.6

444

30.2

438

29.8

432

29.4

426

29.0

420

28.6

414

28.2

408

27.8

403

27.4

397

27.0

392

26.6

386

26.2

381

25.9

375

217

8.54

215

8.46

30.9

448

30.5

442

30.0

436

29.6

430

29.2

424

28.8

418

28.4

412

28.0

406

27.6

401

27.2

395

26.9

389

26.5

384

26.1

378

215

8.46

213

8.39

31.2

452

30.7

446

30.3

440

29.9

433

29.5

427

29.1

422

28.7

416

28.3

410

27.9

404

27.5

398

27.1

393

26.7

387

26.3

382

213

8.39

211

8.31

31.5

456

31.0

450

30.6

444

30.2

437

29.7

431

29.3

425

28.9

419

28.5

413

28.1

408

27.7

402

27.3

396

26.9

390

26.5

385

211

8.31

209

8.23

31.7

460

31.3

454

30.9

448

30.4

441

30.0

435

29.6

429

29.2

423

28.8

417

28.4

411

28.0

405

27.6

400

27.2

394

26.8

388

209

8.23

207

8.15

32.0

465

31.6

458

31.2

452

30.7

445

30.3

439

29.9

433

29.4

427

29.0

421

28.6

415

28.2

409

27.8

403

27.4

397

27.0

392

207

8.15

205

8.07

32.3

469

31.9

462

31.4

456

31.0

449

30.6

443

30.1

437

29.7

431

29.3

425

28.9

419

28.5

413

28.0

407

27.6

401

27.2

395

205

8.07

203

7.99

32.6

473

32.2

467

31.7

460

31.3

454

30.8

447

30.4

441

30.0

435

29.5

428

29.1

422

28.7

416

28.3

410

27.9

404

27.5

398

203

7.99

201

7.91

33.0

478

32.5

471

32.0

465

31.6

458

31.1

451

30.7

445

30.3

439

29.8

432

29.4

426

29.0

420

28.6

414

28.1

408

27.7

402

201

7.91

199

7.83

33.3

482

32.8

476

32.3

469

31.9

462

31.4

456

31.0

449

30.5

443

30.1

436

29.7

430

29.2

424

28.8

418

28.4

412

28.0

406

199

7.83

197

7.76

33.6

487

33.1

480

32.7

473

32.2

467

31.7

460

31.3

453

30.8

447

30.4

441

29.9

434

29.5

428

29.1

422

28.7

415

28.2

409

197

7.76

195

7.68

33.9

492

33.4

485

33.0

478

32.5

471

32.0

464

31.6

458

31.1

451

30.7

445

30.2

438

29.8

432

29.3

426

28.9

419

28.5

413

195

7.68

193

7.60

34.3

497

33.8

490

33.3

483

32.8

476

32.3

469

31.9

462

31.4

456

31.0

449

30.5

442

30.1

436

29.6

430

29.2

423

28.8

417

193

7.60

191

7.52

34.6

502

34.1

495

33.6

488

33.1

481

32.7

474

32.2

467

31.7

460

31.3

453

30.8

447

30.3

440

29.9

434

29.5

427

29.0

421

191

7.52

189

7.44

35.0

507

34.5

500

34.0

492

33.5

485

33.0

478

32.5

471

32.0

464

31.6

458

31.1

451

30.6

444

30.2

438

29.7

431

29.3

425

189

7.44

187

7.36

35.3

512

34.8

505

34.3

497

33.8

490

33.3

483

32.8

476

32.3

469

31.9

462

31.4

455

30.9

449

30.5

442

30.0

435

29.6

429

187

7.36

185

7.28

35.7

517

35.2

510

34.7

502

34.1

495

33.6

488

33.2

481

32.7

474

32.2

467

31.7

460

31.2

453

30.8

446

30.3

440

29.9

433

185

7.28

183

7.20

36.1

523

35.5

515

35.0

508

34.5

500

34.0

493

33.5

486

33.0

478

32.5

471

32.0

464

31.5

457

31.1

451

30.6

444

30.2

437

183

7.20

181

7.13

36.4

528

35.9

521

35.4

513

34.9

505

34.3

498

33.8

491

33.3

483

32.8

476

32.3

469

31.9

462

31.4

455

30.9

448

30.4

442

181

7.13

179

7.05

36.8

534

36.3

526

35.7

518

35.2

511

34.7

503

34.2

496

33.7

488

33.2

481

32.7

474

32.2

467

31.7

460

31.2

453

30.8

446

179

7.05

177

6.97

37.2

540

36.7

532

36.1

524

35.6

516

35.1

508

34.5

501

34.0

493

33.5

486

33.0

479

32.5

471

32.0

464

31.5

457

31.1

450

177

6.97

175

6.89

37.6

546

37.1

537

36.5

529

36.0

522

35.4

514

34.9

506

34.4

499

33.9

491

33.4

484

32.8

476

32.4

469

31.9

462

31.4

455

175

6.89

173

6.81

38.0

552

37.5

543

36.9

535

36.4

527

35.8

519

35.3

512

34.7

504

34.2

496

33.7

489

33.2

481

32.7

474

32.2

467

31.7

460

173

6.81

171

6.73

38.5

558

37.9

549

37.3

541

36.8

533

36.2

525

35.7

517

35.1

509

34.6

501

34.1

494

33.5

486

33.0

479

32.5

472

32.0

464

171

6.73

169

6.65

38.9

564

38.3

556

37.7

547

37.2

539

36.6

531

36.0

523

35.5

515

35.0

507

34.4

499

33.9

491

33.4

484

32.9

476

32.4

469

169

6.65

167

6.57

39.3

570

38.7

562

38.2

553

37.6

545

37.0

537

36.4

528

35.9

520

35.3

512

34.8

504

34.3

497

33.7

489

33.2

482

32.7

474

167

6.57

165

6.50

39.8

577

39.2

568

38.6

560

38.0

551

37.4

543

36.8

534

36.3

526

35.7

518

35.2

510

34.6

502

34.1

494

33.6

487

33.0

479

165

6.50

(mm)

(in)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(mm)

(in)

DIMENSION H

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

30

32

34

36

38

40

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

42

44

46

48

50

52

54

DIMENSION H

TEMPERATURE C
N_MM_121232_3_WEA0_06_00
N_MM_121232_3_WEA0_06_00

AES

FIGURE 12-12-32-991-04200-A SHEET 6


NLG Pressure/Extension Data (Weight on Wheels) Negative Temperatures

12-12-32 PB301

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May 01/12
Revision n: 40

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AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
** On A/C ALL
TEMPERATURE C
DIMENSION H

30

32

34

36

38

40

42

44

46

48

50

52

54

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

DIMENSION H

(mm)

(in)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(mm)

(in)

163

6.42

40.3

584

39.6

575

39.0

566

38.4

557

37.8

549

37.3

540

36.7

532

36.1

524

35.6

516

35.0

508

34.5

500

33.9

492

33.4

484

163

6.42

161

6.34

40.7

591

40.1

581

39.5

573

38.9

564

38.3

555

37.7

546

37.1

538

36.5

530

36.0

521

35.4

513

34.8

505

34.3

497

33.8

489

161

6.34

159

6.26

41.2

598

40.6

588

39.9

579

39.3

570

38.7

561

38.1

553

37.5

544

36.9

536

36.4

527

35.8

519

35.2

511

34.7

503

34.1

495

159

6.26

157

6.18

41.7

605

41.1

595

40.4

586

39.8

577

39.2

568

38.6

559

38.0

550

37.4

542

36.8

533

36.2

525

35.6

517

35.1

508

34.5

500

157

6.18

155

6.10

42.2

612

41.6

603

40.9

593

40.3

584

39.6

575

39.0

566

38.4

557

37.8

548

37.2

539

36.6

531

36.0

522

35.5

514

34.9

506

155

6.10

153

6.02

42.7

620

42.1

610

41.4

600

40.8

591

40.1

582

39.5

572

38.9

563

38.2

554

37.6

546

37.0

537

36.4

528

35.9

520

35.3

512

153

6.02

151

5.94

43.3

627

42.6

617

41.9

608

41.2

598

40.6

589

40.0

579

39.3

570

38.7

561

38.1

552

37.5

543

36.9

535

36.3

526

35.7

518

151

5.94

149

5.87

43.8

635

43.1

625

42.4

615

41.8

605

41.1

596

40.4

586

39.8

577

39.2

568

38.5

559

37.9

550

37.3

541

36.7

532

36.1

524

149

5.87

147

5.79

44.4

643

43.7

633

43.0

623

42.3

613

41.6

603

40.9

594

40.3

584

39.6

575

39.0

565

38.4

556

37.7

547

37.1

538

36.5

530

147

5.79

145

5.71

44.9

652

44.2

641

43.5

631

42.8

621

42.1

611

41.4

601

40.8

591

40.1

582

39.5

572

38.8

563

38.2

554

37.6

545

37.0

536

145

5.71

143

5.63

45.5

660

44.8

650

44.1

639

43.4

629

42.7

619

42.0

609

41.3

599

40.6

589

40.0

579

39.3

570

38.7

561

38.0

551

37.4

542

143

5.63

141

5.55

46.1

669

45.4

658

44.7

647

43.9

637

43.2

627

42.5

616

41.8

606

41.1

596

40.5

587

39.8

577

39.1

568

38.5

558

37.9

549

141

5.55

139

5.47

46.8

678

46.0

667

45.2

656

44.5

645

43.8

635

43.1

624

42.3

614

41.7

604

41.0

594

40.3

584

39.6

575

39.0

565

38.3

556

139

5.47

137

5.39

47.4

687

46.6

676

45.8

665

45.1

654

44.4

643

43.6

632

42.9

622

42.2

612

41.5

602

40.8

592

40.1

582

39.5

572

38.8

563

137

5.39

135

5.31

48.1

697

47.3

685

46.5

674

45.7

663

44.9

652

44.2

641

43.5

630

42.7

620

42.0

609

41.3

599

40.6

589

40.0

579

39.3

570

135

5.31

133

5.24

48.7

706

47.9

695

47.1

683

46.3

672

45.6

660

44.8

649

44.0

639

43.3

628

42.6

617

41.9

607

41.2

597

40.5

587

39.8

577

133

5.24

131

5.16

49.4

716

48.6

704

47.8

693

47.0

681

46.2

670

45.4

658

44.6

647

43.9

636

43.1

626

42.4

615

41.7

605

41.0

594

40.3

584

131

5.16

129

5.08

50.1

727

49.3

714

48.4

702

47.6

691

46.8

679

46.0

667

45.2

656

44.5

645

43.7

634

43.0

623

42.3

613

41.5

602

40.8

592

129

5.08

127

5.00

50.9

737

50.0

725

49.1

712

48.3

700

47.5

688

46.7

677

45.9

665

45.1

654

44.3

643

43.6

632

42.8

621

42.1

610

41.4

600

127

5.00

125

4.92

51.6

748

50.7

735

49.9

723

49.0

710

48.2

698

47.3

686

46.5

675

45.7

663

44.9

652

44.2

640

43.4

629

42.7

619

41.9

608

125

4.92

123

4.84

52.4

759

51.5

746

50.6

733

49.7

721

48.9

708

48.0

696

47.2

684

46.4

672

45.6

661

44.8

649

44.0

638

43.2

627

42.5

616

123

4.84

121

4.76

53.2

771

52.2

758

51.3

744

50.4

732

49.6

719

48.7

706

47.9

694

47.0

682

46.2

670

45.4

658

44.6

647

43.8

636

43.1

625

121

4.76

119

4.69

54.0

783

53.0

769

52.1

756

51.2

742

50.3

730

49.4

717

48.6

704

47.7

692

46.9

680

46.1

668

45.3

656

44.5

645

43.7

633

119

4.69

117

4.61

54.8

795

53.9

781

52.9

767

52.0

754

51.1

741

50.2

727

49.3

715

48.4

702

47.6

690

46.7

678

45.9

666

45.1

654

44.3

642

117

4.61

115

4.53

55.7

808

54.7

793

53.7

779

52.8

765

51.9

752

50.9

739

50.0

725

49.1

713

48.3

700

47.4

688

46.6

675

45.7

663

44.9

652

115

4.53

113

4.45

56.6

821

55.6

806

54.6

792

53.6

777

52.7

764

51.7

750

50.8

737

49.9

723

49.0

710

48.1

698

47.3

685

46.4

673

45.6

661

113

4.45

111

4.37

57.5

834

56.5

819

55.5

804

54.5

790

53.5

776

52.5

762

51.6

748

50.7

735

49.7

721

48.9

708

48.0

696

47.1

683

46.3

671

111

4.37

109

4.29

58.5

848

57.4

833

56.4

818

55.4

803

54.4

788

53.4

774

52.4

760

51.4

746

50.5

732

49.6

719

48.7

706

47.8

693

47.0

681

109

4.29

107

4.21

59.5

862

58.4

847

57.3

831

56.3

816

55.2

801

54.2

786

53.2

772

52.3

758

51.3

744

50.4

730

49.5

717

48.5

704

47.7

691

107

4.21

105

4.13

60.5

877

59.4

861

58.3

845

57.2

829

56.1

814

55.1

799

54.1

784

53.1

770

52.1

756

51.2

742

50.2

728

49.3

715

48.4

702

105

4.13

103

4.06

61.6

893

60.4

876

59.3

860

58.2

844

57.1

828

56.0

812

55.0

797

54.0

783

53.0

768

52.0

754

51.0

740

50.1

726

49.2

713

103

4.06

101

3.98

62.6

908

61.5

891

60.3

875

59.2

858

58.1

842

57.0

826

55.9

811

54.9

796

53.8

781

52.8

766

51.8

752

50.9

738

49.9

724

101

3.98

99

3.90

63.8

925

62.6

907

61.4

890

60.2

873

59.1

857

58.0

840

56.9

825

55.8

809

54.7

794

53.7

779

52.7

764

51.7

750

50.7

736

99

3.90

97

3.82

64.9

942

63.7

924

62.5

906

61.3

889

60.1

872

59.0

855

57.8

839

56.7

823

55.7

807

54.6

792

53.6

777

52.6

762

51.6

748

97

3.82

95

3.74

66.2

959

64.9

941

63.6

923

62.4

905

61.2

887

60.0

870

58.9

854

57.7

837

56.6

821

55.5

805

54.5

790

53.4

775

52.4

760

95

3.74

93

3.66

67.4

978

66.1

958

64.8

940

63.5

921

62.3

904

61.1

886

59.9

869

58.8

852

57.6

836

56.5

819

55.4

804

54.4

788

53.3

773

93

3.66

91

3.58

68.7

996

67.4

977

66.0

958

64.7

939

63.5

920

62.2

902

61.0

885

59.8

867

58.6

850

57.5

834

56.4

818

55.3

802

54.2

786

91

3.58

(mm)

(in)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(mm)

(in)

DIMENSION H PRESSURE
30

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

32

34

36

38

40

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

42

44

46

48

50

52

54

DIMENSION H

TEMPERATURE C
N_MM_121232_3_WEA0_07_00
N_MM_121232_3_WEA0_07_00

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TEMPERATURE C
30
DIMENSION H PRESSURE

32

34

36

38

40

42

44

46

48

50

52

54

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

DIMENSION H

(mm)

(in)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(mm)

(in)

89

3.50

70.1

1016

68.7

996

67.3

976

66.0

957

64.7

938

63.4

919

62.1

901

60.9

883

59.7

866

58.5

849

57.4

832

56.3

816

55.2

800

89

3.50

87

3.43

71.5

1036

70.0

1016

68.6

995

67.3

975

65.9

956

64.6

937

63.3

918

62.0

900

60.8

882

59.6

864

58.4

847

57.3

830

56.1

814

87

3.43

85

3.35

72.9

1058

71.5

1036

70.0

1015

68.6

994

67.2

974

65.8

955

64.5

936

63.2

917

62.0

898

60.7

880

59.5

863

58.3

846

57.2

829

85

3.35

83

3.27

74.5

1080

72.9

1057

71.4

1036

70.0

1014

68.5

994

67.1

974

65.8

954

64.4

934

63.1

916

61.9

897

60.6

879

59.4

861

58.2

844

83

3.27

81

3.19

76.0

1102

74.5

1080

72.9

1057

71.4

1035

69.9

1014

68.5

993

67.1

973

65.7

953

64.4

933

63.1

914

61.8

896

60.5

877

59.3

860

81

3.19

79

3.11

77.7

1126

76.0

1103

74.4

1079

72.9

1057

71.4

1035

69.9

1013

68.4

992

67.0

972

65.6

952

64.3

932

63.0

913

61.7

894

60.4

876

79

3.11

77

3.03

79.4

1151

77.7

1127

76.1

1103

74.4

1079

72.9

1057

71.3

1035

69.9

1013

68.4

992

67.0

971

65.6

951

64.2

931

62.9

912

61.6

893

77

3.03

75

2.95

81.2

1177

79.4

1152

77.7

1127

76.1

1103

74.4

1079

72.9

1056

71.3

1034

69.8

1012

68.3

991

66.9

970

65.5

950

64.1

930

62.8

910

75

2.95

73

2.87

83.0

1204

81.2

1178

79.5

1152

77.7

1127

76.1

1103

74.4

1079

72.8

1056

71.3

1034

69.8

1012

68.3

990

66.8

969

65.4

949

64.0

929

73

2.87

71

2.80

85.0

1232

83.1

1205

81.3

1179

79.5

1153

77.8

1128

76.1

1103

74.4

1079

72.8

1056

71.3

1033

69.7

1011

68.2

989

66.8

968

65.4

948

71

2.80

69

2.72

87.0

1262

85.1

1234

83.2

1206

81.3

1179

79.5

1153

77.8

1128

76.1

1103

74.4

1079

72.8

1056

71.2

1033

69.7

1011

68.2

989

66.7

967

69

2.72

67

2.64

89.1

1293

87.1

1263

85.2

1235

83.3

1207

81.4

1180

79.6

1154

77.8

1128

76.1

1104

74.4

1079

72.8

1056

71.2

1032

69.6

1010

68.1

988

67

2.64

65

2.56

91.4

1325

89.3

1294

87.2

1265

85.3

1236

83.3

1208

81.5

1181

79.6

1155

77.9

1129

76.1

1104

74.4

1079

72.8

1055

71.2

1032

69.6

1009

65

2.56

63

2.48

93.7

1359

91.5

1327

89.4

1296

87.4

1267

85.4

1238

83.4

1209

81.5

1182

79.7

1155

77.9

1129

76.1

1104

74.4

1079

72.8

1055

71.1

1032

63

2.48

61

2.40

96.1

1394

93.9

1361

91.7

1329

89.6

1298

87.5

1268

85.5

1239

83.5

1211

81.6

1183

79.7

1156

77.9

1130

76.1

1104

74.4

1079

72.7

1055

61

2.40

59

2.32

98.7

1431

96.4

1397

94.1

1364

91.9

1332

89.7

1301

87.6

1270

85.6

1241

83.6

1212

81.6

1184

79.8

1157

77.9

1130

76.2

1104

74.4

1079

59

2.32

57

2.24

101.4

1470

98.9

1435

96.6

1400

94.3

1367

92.0

1334

89.8

1303

87.7

1272

85.7

1242

83.7

1213

81.7

1185

79.8

1157

78.0

1130

76.2

1104

57

2.24

55

2.17

104.2

1511

101.7

1474

99.2

1438

96.8

1403

94.5

1370

92.2

1337

90.0

1305

87.8

1274

85.8

1244

83.7

1214

81.8

1186

79.9

1158

78.0

1131

55

2.17

53

2.09

107.2

1554

104.5

1516

102.0

1478

99.5

1442

97.0

1407

94.7

1373

92.4

1339

90.1

1307

88.0

1276

85.9

1245

83.8

1215

81.8

1187

79.9

1159

53

2.09

51

2.01

110.3

1600

107.6

1560

104.9

1521

102.2

1483

99.7

1446

97.3

1410

94.9

1376

92.5

1342

90.3

1309

88.1

1277

86.0

1247

83.9

1217

81.9

1188

51

2.01

49

1.93

113.6

1648

110.7

1606

107.9

1565

105.2

1525

102.5

1487

100.0

1450

97.5

1414

95.1

1379

92.7

1345

90.4

1311

88.2

1279

86.1

1248

84.0

1218

49

1.93

47

1.85

117.1

1698

114.1

1654

111.1

1612

108.3

1570

105.5

1530

102.8

1491

100.3

1454

97.7

1417

95.3

1382

92.9

1347

90.6

1314

88.4

1281

86.2

1250

47

1.85

45

1.77

120.8

1752

117.6

1706

114.5

1661

111.6

1618

108.7

1576

105.9

1535

103.2

1496

100.5

1458

98.0

1421

95.5

1385

93.1

1350

90.8

1316

88.5

1283

45

1.77

43

1.69

124.7

1808

121.4

1760

118.1

1713

115.0

1668

112.0

1624

109.1

1581

106.2

1540

103.5

1500

100.8

1462

98.2

1424

95.7

1388

93.3

1353

90.9

1319

43

1.69

41

1.61

128.8

1868

125.3

1817

121.9

1768

118.7

1721

115.5

1675

112.4

1630

109.5

1587

106.6

1545

103.8

1505

101.1

1466

98.5

1428

96.0

1391

93.5

1356

41

1.61

39

1.54

133.2

1931

129.5

1878

126.0

1826

122.5

1777

119.2

1728

116.0

1682

112.9

1637

109.9

1593

107.0

1551

104.1

1510

101.4

1470

98.7

1432

96.2

1395

39

1.54

37

1.46

137.8

1998

133.9

1942

130.2

1888

126.6

1836

123.1

1785

119.8

1736

116.5

1689

113.3

1643

110.3

1599

107.3

1556

104.5

1515

101.7

1475

99.0

1436

37

1.46

35

1.38

142.7

2069

138.7

2011

134.7

1954

130.9

1899

127.3

1846

123.7

1794

120.3

1745

117.0

1697

113.8

1650

110.7

1605

107.7

1562

104.8

1520

102.0

1479

35

1.38

33

1.30

147.9

2145

143.7

2083

139.5

2023

135.5

1965

131.7

1909

128.0

1855

124.4

1803

120.9

1753

117.5

1704

114.3

1657

111.1

1612

108.1

1568

105.2

1525

33

1.30

31

1.22

153.5

2225

149.0

2160

144.6

2097

140.4

2036

136.4

1977

132.4

1920

128.7

1866

125.0

1813

121.5

1762

118.1

1712

114.8

1664

111.6

1618

108.5

1573

31

1.22

29

1.14

159.3

2311

154.6

2242

150.0

2175

145.6

2111

141.3

2049

137.2

1989

133.2

1932

129.4

1876

125.7

1822

122.1

1770

118.6

1720

115.3

1672

112.1

1625

29

1.14

27

1.06

165.6

2401

160.6

2329

155.8

2259

151.1

2191

146.6

2126

142.3

2063

138.1

2002

134.0

1943

130.1

1887

126.3

1832

122.7

1779

119.2

1728

115.8

1679

27

1.06

25

0.98

172.3

2498

167.0

2421

161.9

2347

157.0

2276

152.2

2207

147.6

2141

143.2

2077

139.0

2015

134.8

1955

130.9

1898

127.0

1842

123.3

1789

119.8

1737

25

0.98

23

0.91

179.4

2601

173.8

2520

168.4

2442

163.2

2367

158.2

2294

153.4

2224

148.7

2156

144.2

2091

139.9

2028

135.7

1967

131.7

1909

127.8

1852

124.0

1798

23

0.91

21

0.83

187.0

2711

181.1

2625

175.4

2543

169.9

2463

164.6

2386

159.5

2312

154.5

2241

149.8

2172

145.2

2106

140.8

2042

136.6

1980

132.4

1921

128.5

1863

21

0.83

19

0.75

195.0

2828

188.8

2738

182.8

2650

177.0

2566

171.4

2485

166.0

2407

160.8

2331

155.8

2259

150.9

2188

146.3

2121

141.8

2056

137.4

1993

133.3

1932

19

0.75

(mm)

(in)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(bar)

(psi)

(mm)

(in)

DIMENSION H

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

30

32

34

36

38

40

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

PRESSURE

42

44

46

48

50

52

54

DIMENSION H

TEMPERATURE C
N_MM_121232_3_WEA0_08_00
N_MM_121232_3_WEA0_08_00

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Task 12-12-32-611-005-A
NLG Shock Absorber Oil Replenishment and Nitrogen Filling (Aircraft on Jacks)
WARNING : PUT THE SAFETY DEVICES AND THE WARNING NOTICES IN POSITION BEFORE YOU START A
TASK ON OR NEAR:
THE FLIGHT CONTROLS
THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES
THE LANDING GEAR AND THE RELATED DOORS
COMPONENTS THAT MOVE.
WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE GROUND SAFETY-LOCKS ARE IN POSITION ON THE LANDING GEAR.
WARNING : OBEY THE HYDRAULIC SAFETY PROCEDURES.
WARNING : DO NOT PUT COMPRESSED GAS IN CONTACT WITH YOUR SKIN. THE GAS CAN GO THROUGH THE
SKIN AND MAKE BUBBLES IN THE BLOOD. THIS CONDITION CAN KILL YOU.
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


Self explanatory

2.

NOTE :

This procedure can be done with the aircraft fully lifted on jacks (Ref. Task 07-11-00-581-001) or lifted at
the forward jacking point (Ref. Task 07-11-00-581-003).

NOTE :

This procedure must be done a minimum of 2 hours after the last aircraft operation. This is to give time for
the separation of the nitrogen from the oil in the shock absorber.

Job Set-up Information


A.

Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

REFERENCE
No specific

QTY
DESIGNATION
AR ACCESS PLATFORM 3M (10 FT)- ADJUSTABLE

No specific

AR

CHARGING EQUIPMENT - FLUID, STANDARD

No specific

CONTAINER 20L (5 USGAL)

No specific

GAGE 0 TO 2000 PSI (0 TO 138 BAR) - PRESSURE

No specific

AR

GAGE 200 BAR (2900 PSI) - PRESSURE, HYDRAULIC

No specific

AR

JACK - TROLLEY 500 MM ((19,6 IN)

No specific
No specific

AR
1

NITROGEN COMPRESSED SOURCE - GROUND


RULER - STEEL

No specific

AR

SAFETY BARRIER(S)

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REFERENCE
No specific

QTY
DESIGNATION
1
THERMOMETER -45 TO 70 DEG.C (-49 TO 158 DEG.F)

No specific

No specific

Torque wrench: range to between 0.20 and 3.60 M.DAN (2.00 and 26.00
LBF.FT)

98D32203502000
M21930
B.

2
1

SAFETY PIN - NLG DOOR


FILLING ASSEMBLY

Consumable Materials

REFERENCE
Material No: 02-001
Material No: 02-004
Material No: 02-006
Material No: 05-004B
C.

WARNING NOTICE(S)

DESIGNATION
HYDRAULIC FLUIDS
OIL, HYDRAULIC PETROLEUM FLUID
HYDRAULIC FLUIDS
SHOCK ABSORBER FLUID
HYDRAULIC FLUIDS
SHOCK ABSORBER FLUID
SPECIAL MATERIALS
OXYGEN LEAK DETECTOR

Referenced Information

REFERENCE
07-11-00-581-001-A

DESIGNATION
Lifting for Aircraft Maintenance Operations

07-11-00-581-003-A

Lifting of the Aircraft at Forward Jacking Point, MLG Wheels on the Ground

07-11-00-586-001-A

Lowering of the Aircraft at Forward Jacking Point, MLG Wheels on the Ground

07-11-00-586-002-A

Lowering of the Aircraft for Maintenance Operations

12-14-32-614-004-A

Check NLG Shock Absorber Charge Pressure

24-41-00-862-002-A

De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits Supplied from the External Power

24-41-00-862-002-A-01

De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits Supplied from the APU

24-41-00-862-002-A-02

De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits Supplied from the Engine 1(2)

32-00-00-481-001-A

Installation of the Safety Devices on the Landing Gears

32-00-00-481-002-A

Installation of the Safety Devices on the Landing Gear Doors

32-00-00-860-001-A

Flight Configuration Precautions with Electrical Power

32-00-00-860-001-A-01

Flight Configuration Precautions without Electrical Power

32-22-00-010-001-A

Nose Gear Doors - Ground Doors Opening

32-22-00-410-001-A

Nose Gear Doors - Ground Doors Closing

(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-00100-A - NLG Shock Absorber Replenishment - Location and Detail)
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-01200-A - NLG Shock Absorber - Filling System)
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-03400-A - NLG Shock Absorber - Dimension H)
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-04000-A - Pressure/Temperature Table - Shock Absorber Fully Extended)
3.

Job Set-up
Subtask 12-12-32-941-064-A
A.

Safety Precautions
(1)

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Put the safety barriers in position.

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(2)

Put a WARNING NOTICE(S) in the cockpit, to tell persons not to operate the landing gear or the
landing gear doors.

(3)

Make sure that the ground safety locks are installed on the landing gear (Ref. TASK 32-00-00-481-001A).

Subtask 12-12-32-869-052-A
B.

Flight Configuration Precautions


(1)

If the electrical power is not necessary for other maintenance tasks, de-energize the aircraft electrical
circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-862-002-A) or (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-862-002-A-01) or (Ref. TASK
24-41-00-862-002-A-02). Then, it is not necessary to operate the LGCIU circuit breakers.

(2)

If the electrical power is necessary, do the flight configuration precautions with electrical power before
you open the Landing Gear Control and Interface Unit (LGCIU) circuit breakers (Ref. TASK
32-00-00-860-001-A) or (Ref. TASK 32-00-00-860-001-A-01).

Subtask 12-12-32-582-052-A
C.

Lift the Aircraft on Jacks


(1)

Lift the aircraft on jacks (Ref. TASK 07-11-00-581-001-A) or (Ref. TASK 07-11-00-581-003-A).
NOTE :

Do not do the check immediately after the aircraft is lifted. The shock absorber charge pressure
should not be measured until the aircraft has been on jacks for fifteen minutes. This will let the
shock absorber pressure become stable and make sure that the value recorded is accurate.

Subtask 12-12-32-010-052-A
D.

Get Access
WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE TRAVEL RANGES OF THE LANDING GEAR DOORS ARE CLEAR.

4.

(1)

Open the NLG doors (Ref. TASK 32-22-00-010-001-A).

(2)

Install the SAFETY PIN - NLG DOOR (98D32203502000) in the linkage of each forward NLG door
(Ref. TASK 32-00-00-481-002-A).

(3)

Put the ACCESS PLATFORM 3M (10 FT)- ADJUSTABLE in position at the NLG.

Procedure
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-00100-A - NLG Shock Absorber Replenishment - Location and Detail)
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-01200-A - NLG Shock Absorber - Filling System)
Subtask 12-12-32-614-059-A
A.

Preparation for Replenishment


WARNING : DO NOT GET HYDRAULIC FLUID ON YOUR SKIN, IN YOUR EYES OR IN YOUR MOUTH.
HYDRAULIC FLUID IS POISONOUS AND CAN GO THROUGH YOUR SKIN AND INTO YOUR
BODY. FLUSH HYDRAULIC FLUID FROM YOUR EYES, MOUTH OR SKIN WITH WATER.
GET MEDICAL AID IF YOU GET HYDRAULIC FLUID IN YOUR EYES OR MOUTH.
(1)

AES

Install the CHARGING EQUIPMENT - FLUID, STANDARD on the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930) as
follows:
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-00100-A - NLG Shock Absorber Replenishment - Location and Detail)
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-01200-A - NLG Shock Absorber - Filling System)

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(a)

Connect the hydraulic source hose (17) to the hydraulic source (16).
NOTE :

(b)

Make sure the control valves (13) and (19) of the three-way valve (12) are closed.

(c)

Connect the hydraulic source hose (17) to the three-way valve (12).

(d)

Connect the filling hose (11) to the three-way valve (12).


NOTE :

It is recommended to use a filling hose (11) of less than 3 m (9.84 ft.) long. A filling hose
length of more than 3 m (9.84 ft.) will decrease pressure measurement accuracy.

(e)

Remove the blanking cap (1) and the plug from the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930).

(f)

Connect the filling hose (11) to the end fitting (2) of the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930).

(g)

Connect the translucent bleed hose (14) between the three-way valve (12) and the CONTAINER
20L (5 USGAL) (15).

CAUTION :

MAKE SURE THAT YOU USE A GAGE WITH THE SPECIFIED PRESSURE RANGE. THIS
IS NECESSARY TO GET AN ACCURATE PRESSURE MEASUREMENT.

(h)

Install the GAGE 0 TO 2000 PSI (0 TO 138 BAR) - PRESSURE (10) on the three-way valve
(12).

(i)

Fill the hydraulic source (16) with HYDRAULIC FLUIDS (Material No: 02-001) or HYDRAULIC
FLUIDS (Material No: 02-004) or HYDRAULIC FLUIDS (Material No: 02-006) .
NOTE :

(2)

The hydraulic source (16) can be a GAGE 200 BAR (2900 PSI) - PRESSURE,
HYDRAULIC or a hydraulic fluid source tank - 81 (2.1133 Usgal). If a tank is used it must
be in position above the charging valve (6).

Hydraulic fluids 02-001, 02-004 and 02-006 can be mixed in all applicable maintenance
tasks and in all quantities.

Install the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930) on the charging valve (6) as follows:
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-00100-A - NLG Shock Absorber Replenishment - Location and Detail)
(a)

Remove the blanking cap (7) from the charging valve (6).

(b)

Move the wrench (9) up to the knurled shoulder (3) and install the FILLING ASSEMBLY
(M21930) on the charging valve (6).

(c)

Turn the core (8) of the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930) clockwise with the knurled shoulder (3).
Install the seal (4) on the charging valve (6).

(3)

Make sure that the charging equipment is correctly installed and does not leak.

(4)

Deflate the shock absorber as follows:


WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE AREA AROUND THE AIRCRAFT IS CLEAR OF PERSONS AND
EQUIPMENT. WHEN YOU PRESSURIZE/DEPRESSURIZE THE SHOCK ABSORBER,
WITH THE AIRCRAFT WEIGHT ON THE GROUND, THE AIRCRAFT WILL MOVE.
WARNING : DO NOT LET HIGH PRESSURE GAS TOUCH YOUR SKIN. GAS BUBBLES IN YOUR
BLOOD CAN KILL YOU.

AES

(a)

Move the wrench (9) down and turn counterclockwise to open the charging valve (6).

(b)

Make sure that you deflate the shock absorber slowly. This is to prevent fluid bleed from the
shock absorber with the gas.

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(c)

Slowly open the control valve (13) on the three-way valve (12). This is to release the nitrogen
pressure and let the shock absorber fully deflate.
NOTE :

(d)

The pressure gage (10) will show approximately 1 bar (14.5038 psi) when the shock
absorber is fully deflated.

When all the nitrogen pressure is released, close the control valve (13) on the three-way valve
(12).

Subtask 12-12-32-611-052-A
B.

Replenishment of the NLG Shock Absorber


WARNING : DO NOT GET HYDRAULIC FLUID ON YOUR SKIN, IN YOUR EYES OR IN YOUR MOUTH.
HYDRAULIC FLUID IS POISONOUS AND CAN GO THROUGH YOUR SKIN AND INTO YOUR
BODY. FLUSH HYDRAULIC FLUID FROM YOUR EYES, MOUTH OR SKIN WITH WATER.
GET MEDICAL AID IF YOU GET HYDRAULIC FLUID IN YOUR EYES OR MOUTH.
WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THERE ARE NO PERSONS OR EQUIPMENT NEAR THE L/G SHOCK
ABSORBER DURING REPLENISHMENT. THERE IS A RISK THAT PRESSURIZED GASES OR
FLUID CAN ESCAPE AND CAUSE INJURY OR DAMAGE.
CAUTION :

(1)

DO NOT LET THE HYDRAULIC PRESSURE INCREASE TO MORE THAN 22bar (319psi). THIS
WILL PREVENT INTERNAL DAMAGE.

Fill the NLG shock absorber with HYDRAULIC FLUIDS (Material No: 02-001) or HYDRAULIC FLUIDS
(Material No: 02-004) or HYDRAULIC FLUIDS (Material No: 02-006) , as follows:
NOTE :

Hydraulic fluids 02-001, 02-004 and 02-006 can be mixed in all applicable maintenance tasks and
in all quantities.

(a)

Make sure that you compress/extend the shock absorber slowly:


. to prevent possible shock when the shock absorber gets to the limit of its travel
. so that the gas does not mix with the oil in the shock absorber.

(b)

If you use the hydraulic fluid source tank as the hydraulic source (16) to fill the shock absorber,
do the steps that follow:
1

Before you do the procedure make sure that the hydraulic fluid-source tank (16) is in
position above the charging valve (6).

Put the JACK - TROLLEY 500 MM ((19,6 IN) below the jacking dome of the shock
absorber.

Open the control valve (13) on the three-way valve (12).

Use the JACK - TROLLEY 500 MM ((19,6 IN) to fully compress the shock absorber.
Dimension H must be 19 mm (0.7480 in.) plus or minus 2 mm (0.0787 in.).
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-03400-A - NLG Shock Absorber - Dimension H)
NOTE :

AES

Use an applicable RULER - STEEL to measure dimension H.

Close the control valve (13) on the three-way valve (12).

Turn the wrench (9) clockwise and close the charging valve (6).

Release the jack load and let the leg fully extend. Dimension H must be 449 mm (17.6772
in.) plus or minus 2 mm (0.0787 in.).
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-03400-A - NLG Shock Absorber - Dimension H)

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Let the shock absorber become stable, continue after a minimum of fifteen minutes.
NOTE :

This will isolate the gas from the fluid.

NOTE :

The indication of the pressure gage (10) does not apply during this step.

Open the control valve (13) on the three-way valve (12).

10

Turn the wrench (9) counterclockwise to open the charging valve (6).

11

Use the JACK - TROLLEY 500 MM ((19,6 IN) to fully compress the shock absorber.

12

Close the control valve (13) on the three-way valve (12).

13

Open the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).

14

Release the jack load and let the leg fully extend for hydraulic fluid to fill the shock
absorber. Dimension H must be 449 mm (17.6772 in.) plus or minus 2 mm (0.0787 in.).
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-03400-A - NLG Shock Absorber - Dimension H)

15

Let the hydraulic fluid fill the shock absorber, continue after a minimum of ten minutes.

16

Close the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).

17

Open the control valve (13) on the three-way valve (12).

18

Use the JACK - TROLLEY 500 MM ((19,6 IN) to fully compress the shock absorber.
Monitor the hydraulic fluid that goes into the drain container (15) through the translucent
bleed hose (14).
NOTE :

19

Close the control valve (13) on the three-way valve (12).

20

Open the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).

21

Release the jack load and let the leg fully extend for hydraulic fluid to fill the shock
absorber. Dimension H must be 449 mm (17.6772 in.) plus or minus 2 mm (0.0787 in.).
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-03400-A - NLG Shock Absorber - Dimension H)

22

Let the hydraulic fluid fill the shock absorber, continue after a minimum of twenty minutes.

23

Close the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).

24

Open the control valve (13) on the three-way valve (12).

25

Use the JACK - TROLLEY 500 MM ((19,6 IN) to fully compress the shock absorber.
Monitor the hydraulic fluid that goes into the drain container (15) through the translucent
bleed hose (14).

26

The hydraulic fluid must be released from the shock absorber during the shock absorber
compression.
NOTE :

27

If hydraulic fluid is not released, do steps 19_ thru 25_ again.

The fluid released from the shock absorber through the translucent bleed hose (14) must
not contain gas bubbles or emulsion.
NOTE :

AES

When the shock absorber is first compressed it is possible that no hydraulic fluid
goes into the container. This can occur if the shock absorber is empty of fluid, or
the fluid level is low.

If gas bubbles or emulsion are found, do steps 5_ thru 25_ again.

28

Close the control valve (13) on the three-way valve (12).

29

Turn the wrench (9) clockwise to close the charging valve (6).

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(c)

30

Disconnect the hydraulic source hose (17) from the three-way valve (12).

31

Disconnect the filling hose (11) from the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930). Put the free end
of the filling hose (11) in the drain container (15) to drain the hydraulic fluid.

32

Tighten the filling hose (11) on the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930).

33

Remove the translucent bleed hose (14) from the three-way valve (12).

If you use the hydraulic power-supply inflation bench as the hydraulic source (16) to fill the shock
absorber, do the steps that follow:
1

Put the JACK - TROLLEY 500 MM ((19,6 IN) below the jacking dome of the shock
absorber.

Open the control valve (13) on the three-way valve (12).

Use the JACK - TROLLEY 500 MM ((19,6 IN) to fully compress the shock absorber.
Dimension H must be 19 mm (0.7480 in.) plus or minus 2 mm (0.0787 in.).
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-03400-A - NLG Shock Absorber - Dimension H)

Close the control valve (13) on the three way valve (12).

Turn the wrench (9) clockwise to close the charging valve (6).

Release the jack load and let the leg fully extend. Dimension H must be 449 mm (17.6772
in.) plus or minus 2 mm (0.0787 in.).
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-03400-A - NLG Shock Absorber - Dimension H)

Let the shock absorber become stable, continue after a minimum of fifteen minutes.
NOTE :

This will isolate the gas from the fluid.

Open the control valve (13) on the three-way valve (12).

Turn the wrench (9) counterclockwise to open the charging valve (6).

10

Use the JACK - TROLLEY 500 MM ((19,6 IN) to fully compress the shock absorber.

11

Close the control valve (13) on the three-way valve (12).

12

Turn the wrench (9) clockwise to close the charging valve (6).

13

Disconnect the filling hose (11) from the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930). Put the free end
of the filling hose (11) in the drain container to drain the hydraulic fluid.

14

Operate the hydraulic power-supply inflation bench (16) and slowly open the control valve
(19) on the three-way valve (12). Bleed the filling hose (11) with hydraulic fluid.

15

Close the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).

16

Connect the filling hose (11) to the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930).

17

Turn the wrench (9) counterclockwise to open the charging valve (6).

18

Close the control valve (13) on the three-way valve (12).

19

Open the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE TROLLEY JACK CANNOT TOUCH THE SHOCK
ABSORBER DURING SHOCK ABSORBER EXTENSION.

AES

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Release the jack load and lower the JACK - TROLLEY 500 MM ((19,6 IN) fully.

21

Operate the hydraulic power-supply inflation bench (16) and slowly fill the shock absorber
with fluid until the leg is fully extended. Dimension H must be 449 mm (17.6772 in.) plus or
minus 2 mm (0.0787 in.).
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-03400-A - NLG Shock Absorber - Dimension H)

22

When the leg is fully extended, continue to inflate the shock absorber until the pressure is
10 bar (145.0377 psi).

23

Close the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).

24

Slowly open the control valve (13) on the three-way valve (12).

25

Use the JACK - TROLLEY 500 MM ((19,6 IN) to slowly compress the shock absorber until
the dimension H is 300 mm (11.8110 in.).
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-03400-A - NLG Shock Absorber - Dimension H)

26

Close the control valve (13) on the three-way valve (12).

27

Turn the wrench (9) clockwise to close the charging valve (6).

28

Release the jack load and let the leg fully extend. Dimension H must be 449 mm (17.6772
in.) plus or minus 2 mm (0.0787 in.).
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-03400-A - NLG Shock Absorber - Dimension H)

29

Let the shock absorber become stable, continue after a minimum of ten minutes.
NOTE :

30

Open the control valve (13) on the three-way valve (12).

31

Turn the wrench (9) counterclockwise to open the charging valve (6).

32

Use the JACK - TROLLEY 500 MM ((19,6 IN) to fully compress the shock absorber.
Monitor the hydraulic fluid that goes into the drain container (15).

33

The hydraulic fluid must be released from the shock absorber during the shock absorber
compression.
NOTE :

34

If hydraulic fluid is not released, do steps 18_ to 32_ again.

The fluid released from the shock absorber through the translucent bleed hose (14) must
not contain gas bubbles or emulsion.
NOTE :

(2)

This will isolate the gas from the fluid.

If gas bubbles or emulsion are found, do steps 18_ to 32_ again.

35

Close the control valve (13) on the three-way valve (12).

36

Turn the wrench (9) clockwise to close the charging valve (6).

37

Disconnect the hydraulic source hose (17) from the three-way valve (12).

38

Disconnect the filling hose (11) from the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930). Put the free end
of the filling hose (11) in the drain container (15) to drain the hydraulic fluid.

39

Remove the translucent bleed hose (14) from the three-way valve (12).

Fill the NLG shock absorber with nitrogen gas, as follows:


WARNING : DO NOT PUT COMPRESSED GAS IN CONTACT WITH YOUR SKIN. THE GAS CAN GO
THROUGH THE SKIN AND MAKE BUBBLES IN THE BLOOD. THIS CONDITION CAN
KILL YOU.

AES

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CAUTION :

ALWAYS ADD NITROGEN SLOWLY WHEN YOU PRESSURIZE THE SHOCK


ABSORBER. IF YOU ADD THE NITROGEN TOO QUICKLY, THE TEMPERATURE WILL
INCREASE AND HAVE AN EFFECT ON THE SHOCK ABSORBER PRESSURE.

(a)

Connect the nitrogen source hose (18) of the NITROGEN COMPRESSED SOURCE - GROUND
to the three-way valve (12).

(b)

Open the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).

(c)

Slowly open the control valve of the nitrogen source to release nitrogen pressure and bleed the
circuit with dry nitrogen.

(d)

Close the control valve of the nitrogen source.

(e)

Close the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).

(f)

Connect the filling hose (11) to the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930).

(g)

Lower the JACK - TROLLEY 500 MM ((19,6 IN) to let the shock absorber extend fully.
Dimension H must be 449 mm (17.6772 in.) plus or minus 2 mm (0.0787 in.). Make sure that the
jack is disengaged from the shock absorber jacking dome.
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-03400-A - NLG Shock Absorber - Dimension H)

(h)

Use a THERMOMETER -45 TO 70 DEG.C (-49 TO 158 DEG.F) to measure and record the
temperature adjacent to the charging valve (6). Make sure that the thermometer touches the
shock absorber outer-cylinder. If possible, measure the temperature at the top part of the cylinder
(through the vent hole) at the aft part of the main fitting.
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-00100-A - NLG Shock Absorber Replenishment - Location and Detail)

(i)

Refer to the pressure/temperature table to know the shock absorber charge pressure with relation
to the temperature measured at step (h).
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-04000-A - Pressure/Temperature Table - Shock Absorber Fully Extended)

(j)

Turn the wrench (9) counterclockwise to open the charging valve (6).

(k)

Open the control of the nitrogen source.

(l)

Slowly open the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12). This is to inflate the shock
absorber up to the necessary charge pressure.

(m) Close the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).
(n)

Let the pressure become stable, continue after a minimum of fifteen minutes.

(o)

Make sure that the pressure/temperature conditions are the same as in steps (h) and (i). If not,
do steps (l) thru (o) again.

(p)

Close the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).

(q)

Turn the wrench (9) clockwise to close the charging valve (6).

(r)

Close the control valve of the nitrogen source.

(s)

Slowly open the control valve (13) on the three-way valve (12), to release the nitrogen pressure
from the filling system.

(t)

Remove the filling hose (11) and the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930) from the charging valve (6).

(u)

TORQUE the charging valve (6) to between 0.5 and 0.8 M.DAN (44.25 and 70.80 LBF.IN).

WARNING : OBEY THE MANUFACTURERS INSTRUCTIONS WHEN YOU USE THE SPECIAL
MATERIAL.
THIS MATERIAL IS DANGEROUS.

AES

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(v)

Use SPECIAL MATERIALS (Material No: 05-004B) to do a leak check of the charging valve (6).

(w)

Install the blanking cap (7) on the charging valve (6).

Subtask 12-12-32-942-060-A
C.

Removal of the Equipment


(1)

Disassemble the standard charging equipment.

(2)

Remove the trolley jack.

(3)

Remove the access platform(s).

(4)

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

Subtask 12-12-32-410-052-A
D.

Close Access
(1)

Remove the SAFETY PIN - NLG DOOR (98D32203502000) from the linkage of each forward NLG door
(Ref. TASK 32-00-00-481-001-A).

(2)

Close the NLG doors (Ref. TASK 32-22-00-410-001-A).

Subtask 12-12-32-869-053-A
E.

Ground Configuration
(1)

If you opened the LGCIU circuit breakers, make sure that the flight configuration precautions with
electrical power were obeyed (Ref. TASK 32-00-00-860-001-A) or (Ref. TASK 32-00-00-860-001-A-01).

Subtask 12-12-32-586-051-A
F.

Lower the Aircraft


(1)

5.

Lower the aircraft onto its wheels (Ref. TASK 07-11-00-586-002-A) or (Ref. TASK 07-11-00-586-001A).

Close-up
Subtask 12-12-32-942-061-A
A.

Removal of the Equipment


(1)

Remove the SAFETY BARRIER(S).

(2)

Remove the warning notice(s).

(3)

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

Subtask 12-12-32-280-051-A
B.

Nitrogen Dissolving Compensation


(1)

Do a check of the NLG shock absorber charge pressure (Ref. TASK 12-14-32-614-004-A). The check
must be done between four and seven days after the first subsequent flight.
NOTE :

AES

This check is necessary because the nitrogen will mix with the oil and cause the pressure to
decrease.

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** On A/C ALL

AMBIENT
TEMPERATURE

DRY NITROGEN
PRESSURE

AMBIENT
TEMPERATURE

DRY NITROGEN
PRESSURE

( o C)

(bar)

(psi)

54
52

190.0

261.1

13.1
13.3

264.0

50

13.4

194.4

( oC)

(bar)

(psi)

17.8

258.2

18.0

18.2

192.9

18.3

265.4

48

18.5

268.3

46

13.6
13.7

197.3

10
12

18.7

271.2

44

13.9

201.6

14
16

18.9

274.1

14.1

204.5

19.1

277.0

18

19.3

279.9

42
40
38

14.2
14.4

208.9

20
22

19.5

282.8

36

14.5

210.3

19.7

285.7

34

14.7

213.2

24

19.9

288.6

14.9

216.1

26

20.0

290.1

32
30

15.0

217.6

28

20.2

293.0

30

20.4

295.9

28
26

15.2
15.4

223.4

32

20.6

298.8

24

20.8

301.7

36
38

21.0

304.6

22
20

15.5
15.7

224.8

34

15.9

230.6

21.2

307.5

18

16.0

232.1

40

21.4

310.4

16.2

235.0

16.4
16.6

237.9
240.8

198.7

206.0

220.5

227.7

42

21.6

313.3

44

21.8

316.2

16
14
12

46

22.0

319.1

10

16.7

242.2

48

22.3

323.4

16.9

50

22.5

326.3

6
4

17.1
17.3

245.1
248.0

2
0

17.4

252.4

17.6

255.3

52

22.7

329.2

54

22.9

332.1

56

23.1

335.0

58

23.3

60

23.5

337.9
340.8

250.9

N_MM_121232_3_DAM0_01_00

AES

FIGURE 12-12-32-991-04000-A SHEET 1


Pressure/Temperature Table - Shock Absorber Fully
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Task 12-12-32-611-002-A
Replenishment of the Alternate Brake Reservoir
WARNING : PUT THE SAFETY DEVICES AND THE WARNING NOTICES IN POSITION BEFORE YOU START A
TASK ON OR NEAR:
THE FLIGHT CONTROLS
THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES
THE LANDING GEAR AND THE RELATED DOORS
COMPONENTS THAT MOVE.
WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE GROUND SAFETY-LOCKS ARE IN POSITION ON THE LANDING GEAR.
WARNING : OBEY THE HYDRAULIC SAFETY PROCEDURES.
FIN 2624GM
1.

Reason for the Job


NOTE :

2.

This procedure will let you replenish the alternate brake reservoir. But, if the reservoir is empty, you must do
a bleed procedure of the complete system (Ref. TASK 32-43-00-612-001, Filling and Bleeding of the Low
Pressure Control of the Alternate Braking).

Job Set-up Information


A.

Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

REFERENCE
No specific

QTY
DESIGNATION
1
ACCESS PLATFORM 2M (6 FT)

No specific
No specific
No specific

1
AR
AR

CONTAINER - CLEAN, APPLICABLE


FILLING EQUIPMENT - BRAKE RESERVOIR
HOSE - VINYL

No specific

AR

SAFETY BARRIER(S)

No specific

WARNING NOTICE(S)

No specific

B.

Torque wrench: range to between 0.20 and 3.60 M.DAN (2.00 and 26.00
LBF.FT)

Consumable Materials

REFERENCE
Material No: 02-003A

DESIGNATION
HYDRAULIC FLUIDS
HYDRAULIC FLUID (PHOSPHATE ESTER BASE)

Material No: 02-003B

HYDRAULIC FLUIDS
HYDRAULIC FLUID (PHOSPHATE ESTER BASE)

Material No: 02-003D

HYDRAULIC FLUIDS
HYDRAULIC FLUID (PHOSPHATE ESTER BASE)

Material No: 02-003E

HYDRAULIC FLUIDS
HYDRAULIC FLUID
LOCKWIRE STAINLSS STL ANNEALED 0.8MM DIA

Material No: 19-010

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C.

Work Zones and Access Panels


ZONE/ACCESS

ZONE DESCRIPTION

811
D.

Referenced Information

REFERENCE
32-43-00-612-001-A

DESIGNATION
Filling and bleeding of the Low Pressure Control System of the Alternate
Braking

(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-00400-A - Alternate-Brake Reservoir Replenishment - Detail and Location)


3.

Job Set-up
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-00400-A - Alternate-Brake Reservoir Replenishment - Detail and Location)
Subtask 12-12-32-941-052-A
A.

Safety Precautions
(1)

Put the safety barriers in position.

(2)

On panel 400VU, make sure the landing-gear control-lever (6GA) is in the DOWN position.

(3)

On panel 110VU, make sure the parking-brake switch is in the OFF position.

(4)

Put a WARNING NOTICE(S) in the cockpit to tell persons not to operate the brake controls.

(5)

Put the ACCESS PLATFORM 2M (6 FT) at the access door 811.

Subtask 12-12-32-010-051-A
B.

Get Access
(1)

4.

Open the access door 811.

Procedure
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-00400-A - Alternate-Brake Reservoir Replenishment - Detail and Location)
Subtask 12-12-32-614-075-A
A.

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Preparation for Replenishment


(1)

Remove the blanking cap (4) from the filling valve (3) and disconnect the drain line (5) from the bleed
valve (1).

(2)

Install a HOSE - VINYL on to the bleed valve (1).

(3)

Put the vinyl tube into a CONTAINER - CLEAN, APPLICABLE full of:
. HYDRAULIC FLUIDS (Material No: 02-003A)
or
. HYDRAULIC FLUIDS (Material No: 02-003B)
or
. HYDRAULIC FLUIDS (Material No: 02-003D)
or
. HYDRAULIC FLUIDS (Material No: 02-003E)
that does not have gas in it.

(4)

Make sure that the pipes on the FILLING EQUIPMENT - BRAKE RESERVOIR are filled with:
. HYDRAULIC FLUIDS (Material No: 02-003A)
or
. HYDRAULIC FLUIDS (Material No: 02-003B)
or

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.
(5)

HYDRAULIC FLUIDS (Material No: 02-003D)


or
HYDRAULIC FLUIDS (Material No: 02-003E)
that does not have gas in it.

Connect the pipe of the filling equipment to the filling valve (3).

Subtask 12-12-32-611-050-A
B.

Replenishment of the Alternate Brake Reservoir


NOTE :
(1)

This procedure will let you replenish the alternate brake reservoir. But, if the reservoir is empty, you
must do a bleed procedure of the complete system, (Ref. TASK 32-43-00-612-001-A).

To open the bleed valve (1):


WARNING : WEAR GOGGLES WHEN YOU REMOVE OR INSTALL THE LOCKWIRE. CUT, REMOVE
AND DISCARD THE LOCKWIRE AS YOU DO THE TASK. LOOSE LOCKWIRE CAN CUT
OR BLIND YOU.
(a)

Remove and discard the lockwire from the bleed valve (1).

(b)

Open the bleed valve (1).

(2)

Use the handpump to fill the brake reservoir (2) with:


. HYDRAULIC FLUIDS (Material No: 02-003A)
or
. HYDRAULIC FLUIDS (Material No: 02-003B)
or
. HYDRAULIC FLUIDS (Material No: 02-003D)
or
. HYDRAULIC FLUIDS (Material No: 02-003E) .

(3)

Keep the hydraulic fluid flow rate constant and at a pressure of less than 4 bar (58 psi) as shown on the
pressure gage.

(4)

When the hydraulic fluid that comes from the bleed valve (1) does not have gas in it, close the bleed
valve (1).

(5)

Open the bleed valve (1) and put the brake reservoir (2) to its correct level (on the green ring). Close
the bleed valve (1).

(6)

Remove the vinyl tube from the bleed valve (1) and disconnect the pipe from the filling valve (3).

(7)

Make sure that there is no leakage of fluid from the bleed valve (1).

WARNING : WEAR GOGGLES WHEN YOU REMOVE OR INSTALL THE LOCKWIRE. CUT, REMOVE AND
DISCARD THE LOCKWIRE AS YOU DO THE TASK. LOOSE LOCKWIRE CAN CUT OR BLIND
YOU.
(8)

Safety the bleed valve (1) with LOCKWIRE STAINLSS STL ANNEALED 0.8MM DIA (Material No:
19-010) .

(9)

Install the blanking cap (4) on the filling valve (3).

(10) TORQUE the blanking cap (4) to between 1.1 and 1.25 M.DAN (97.35 and 110.62 LBF.IN).
(11) Install the drain line (5) on the bleed valve (1).
(12) TORQUE the drain line (5) to 1.5 M.DAN (11.06 LBF.FT).

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Close-up
Subtask 12-12-32-410-051-A
A.

Close Access
(1)

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

(2)

Close the access door 811.

Subtask 12-12-32-942-053-A
B.

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Removal of Equipment
(1)

Remove the SAFETY BARRIER(S).

(2)

Remove the warning notice(s).

(3)

Remove the access platform(s).

(4)

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

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A
FR1

FR24A

FR2

FR 2

RED BAND
1

FR 1

GREEN BAND

3
5

GAGE PRESSURE
HAND PUMP
4

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FIGURE 12-12-32-991-00400-A SHEET 1


Alternate-Brake Reservoir Replenishment - Detail and
Location

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Task 12-12-32-611-004-A
Check of MLG Shock Absorber Fluid Level
WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE GROUND SAFETY-LOCKS ARE IN POSITION ON THE LANDING GEAR.
WARNING : PUT THE SAFETY DEVICES AND THE WARNING NOTICES IN POSITION BEFORE YOU START A
TASK ON OR NEAR:
THE FLIGHT CONTROLS
THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES
THE LANDING GEAR AND THE RELATED DOORS
COMPONENTS THAT MOVE.
WARNING : OBEY THE HYDRAULIC SAFETY PROCEDURES.
1.

Reason for the Job


(Ref. MPD 32-11-13-03-)
CHECK OF MLG SHOCK ABSORBER FLUID LEVEL

2.

Job Set-up Information


A.

Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

REFERENCE
No specific

QTY
DESIGNATION
1
CHARGING EQUIPMENT - FLUID, STANDARD

No specific

AR

SAFETY BARRIER(S)

No specific

THERMOMETER -45 TO 70 DEG.C (-49 TO 158 DEG.F)

No specific

AR

WARNING NOTICE(S)

B.

Work Zones and Access Panels


ZONE/ACCESS

731
741

ZONE DESCRIPTION
L.H MAIN GEAR
R.H MAIN GEAR

C.

Referenced Information

REFERENCE
12-12-32-611-008-A

DESIGNATION
Hydraulic Replenishment of the MLG Two-Stage Shock Absorber

12-14-32-614-003-A

Check of MLG Shock Absorber Charge Pressure

32-00-00-481-001-A

Installation of the Safety Devices on the Landing Gears

(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-03000-A - MLG Two Stage Shock Absorber Charging Valves - Detail and Location)
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-03100-A - MLG Two Stage Shock Absorber - Typical Filling System)
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-03300-A - MLG Two Stage Shock Absorber - Dimension H)
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-04300-D - MLG Two-Stage Shock Absorber - Pressure/Extension Graph (Metric Units))
3.

Job Set-up
Subtask 12-12-32-941-063-A
A.

Safety Precautions
(1)

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Put the safety barriers in position.

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4.

(2)

Make sure that the ground safety locks are installed on the landing gear (Ref. TASK 32-00-00-481-001A).

(3)

On the panel 400VU:


. make sure that the landing-gear control-lever 6GA is in the DOWN position
. put a WARNING NOTICE(S) in position to tell persons not to operate the landing gear.

(4)

Put a WARNING NOTICE(S) in position to tell persons not to operate the landing gear doors.

Procedure
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-03000-A - MLG Two Stage Shock Absorber Charging Valves - Detail and Location)
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-03100-A - MLG Two Stage Shock Absorber - Typical Filling System)
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-03300-A - MLG Two Stage Shock Absorber - Dimension H)
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-04300-D - MLG Two-Stage Shock Absorber - Pressure/Extension Graph (Metric Units))
Subtask 12-12-32-220-051-A
WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE AREA AROUND THE AIRCRAFT IS CLEAR OF PERSONS AND
EQUIPMENT. WHEN YOU PRESSURIZE/DEPRESSURIZE THE SHOCK ABSORBER, WITH THE
AIRCRAFT WEIGHT ON THE GROUND, THE AIRCRAFT WILL MOVE.
WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE STANDARD CHARGING EQUIPMENT IS SAFE TO USE ABOVE 140 BAR
(2030.5278 PSI). THIS WILL PREVENT INJURY AND DAMAGE.
CAUTION :

MAKE SURE THAT YOU USE A GAGE WITH THE SPECIFIED PRESSURE RANGE. THIS IS
NECESSARY TO GET AN ACCURATE PRESSURE MEASUREMENT.

CAUTION :

ALWAYS ADD NITROGEN SLOWLY WHEN YOU PRESSURIZE THE SHOCK ABSORBER. IF YOU
ADD THE NITROGEN TOO QUICKLY, THE TEMPERATURE WILL INCREASE AND HAVE AN
EFFECT ON THE SHOCK ABSORBER PRESSURE.

A.

Check of MLG Shock Absorber Fluid Level


NOTE :

(1)

To do this procedure it is necessary to have CHARGING EQUIPMENT - FLUID, STANDARD and


THERMOMETER -45 TO 70 DEG.C (-49 TO 158 DEG.F) . The charging equipment must be safe to
use at over 140 bar (2030.5278 psi).

Do the nitrogen filling of the MLG two-stage shock absorber with the aircraft on jacks (Ref. TASK
12-14-32-614-003-A).
NOTE :

(2)

Measure and record the dimension H.


(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-03300-A - MLG Two Stage Shock Absorber - Dimension H)

(3)

Install the standard charging equipment on the top charging valve (1):
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-03000-A - MLG Two Stage Shock Absorber Charging Valves - Detail and
Location)
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-03100-A - MLG Two Stage Shock Absorber - Typical Filling System)
NOTE :

AES

It is recommended that you wait a minimum of 1 hour after you remove the jacks before you do
the procedure that follows. This will let you get a stable temperature and an accurate value of
the shock absorber extension and pressure.

If the equipment manufacturers assembly/operating instructions are different to the data given,
use the equipment manufacturerss instructions.

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(a)

Remove the blanking cap (2) from the top charging valve (1).

(b)

Make sure that the control valves (13) and (15) are closed.

(c)

Connect the filling hose (11) to the three-way valve (12).

(d)

Connect the filling hose (11) to the top charging valve (1).

(e)

Install the pressure gage 140 bar (2030.5278 psi) (10) on the three-way valve (12).

(4)

Slowly open the top charging valve (1).

(5)

At the top charging valve (1), read and record the pressure shown on the pressure gage (10).

(6)

Close the top charging valve (1).

(7)

Use a THERMOMETER -45 TO 70 DEG.C (-49 TO 158 DEG.F) to measure the temperature of the
MLG adjacent to the top charging valve (1).
NOTE :

(8)

(9)

Find the dimension H for the pressure at the top-charging valve (1) for the measured temperature given
in diagram 1. Compare the H dimension given in diagram 1 to the measured dimension H and do one of
the steps that follow:
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-04300-D - MLG Two-Stage Shock Absorber - Pressure/Extension Graph (Metric
Units))
(a)

If the measured H dimension is between +/- 15 mm (0.5906 in.) of the dimension given in
diagram 1, do step (9). This result shows that the fluid level is correct.

(b)

If the measured H dimension is not between +/- 15 mm (0.5906 in.) but is between +/- 30 mm
(1.1811 in.) of the dimension given in diagram 1, do step (10).

(c)

If the measured H dimension is more than +/- 30 mm (1.1811 in.) of the dimension given in
diagram 1, do step (12).

If the measured H dimension is between +/- 15 mm (0.5906 in.) of the dimension H given in diagram 1,
do the steps that follow:

NOTE :

AES

It is necessary to know the accurate temperature measurement to follow the procedure.

The measured H dimension can be as low as 33 mm (1.2992 in.) at very low ambient
temperatures. This is usual for a shock absorber in good condition and no maintenance is
necessary (if the measured H dimension is between +/- 15 mm (0.5906 in.) of the correct
value).

(a)

Make sure that the control valve (15) is closed.

(b)

Open the control valve (13) to release all pressure from the filling hose (11).

(c)

Close the control valve (13).

(d)

Remove the pressure gage (10) from the three-way valve (12).

(e)

Disconnect the filling hose (11) from the top charging valve (1) and the three-way valve (12).

(f)

Install the blanking cap (2) on the top charging valve (1).

(g)

Do the close-up procedure in Para 5.A.

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(10) If the measured H dimension is not between +/- 15 mm (0.5906 in.) but is between +/- 30 mm
(1.1811 in.) of the dimension H given in diagram 1:
. do step (11) or do the hydraulic replenishment of the MLG two-stage shock absorber (Ref. TASK
12-12-32-611-008-A).
(11) If the measured H dimension is between +/- 30 mm (1.1811 in.) of the dimension H given in diagram 1:
. make a note in the aircraft log to do the hydraulic replenishment of the two-stage shock absorber
(Ref. TASK 12-12-32-611-008-A) before 50 flight cycles
. do the steps that follow:

NOTE :

The measured H dimension can be as low as 33 mm (1.2992 in.) at very low ambient
temperatures. This is usual for a shock absorber in good condition and no maintenance is
necessary (if the measured H dimension is between +/- 15 mm (0.5906 in.) of the correct
value).

(a)

Make sure that the control valve (15) is closed on the three-way valve (12).

(b)

Open the control valve (13) on the three-way valve (12), to release all pressure from the filling
hose (11).

(c)

Close the control valve (13) on the three-way valve (12).

(d)

Remove the pressure gage (10) from the three-way valve (12).

(e)

Disconnect the filling hose (11) from the top charging valve (1) and the three-way valve (12).

(f)

Install the blanking cap (2) on the top charging valve (1).

(g)

Do the close-up procedure in Para 5.A.

(12) If the measured H dimension is more than +/- 30 mm (1.1811 in.) of the dimension H given in diagram
1:
. do the hydraulic replenishment of the MLG two-stage shock absorber (Ref. TASK
12-12-32-611-008-A).
5.

Close-up
Subtask 12-12-32-942-076-A
A.

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Remove the Equipment


(1)

Remove the SAFETY BARRIER(S).

(2)

Remove the warning notice(s).

(3)

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

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FIGURE 12-12-32-991-03000-A SHEET 1


MLG Two Stage Shock Absorber Charging Valves - Detail
and Location

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11
10
PRESSURE
REGULATOR

15

12
13

14

NITROGEN
SOURCE

KEY
10 PRESSURE GAGE
11 FILLING HOSE
12 THREEWAY VALVE
13 CONTROL VALVE
14 NITROGEN SUPPLY HOSE
15 CONTROL VALVE

N_MM_121232_3_APF0_01_00

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FIGURE 12-12-32-991-03100-A SHEET 1


MLG Two Stage Shock Absorber - Typical Filling System

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A
A

H MEASURE
BETWEEN
LUG FACES
N_MM_121232_3_AMJ0_01_00

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FIGURE 12-12-32-991-03300-A SHEET 1


MLG Two Stage Shock Absorber - Dimension H

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150

10

10

DIAGRAM 1

20 30 40 50C

145
20
140
135

130
30
125

120
115
40

PRESSURE (bar)

110
45C
105

100
95

90
85

80
75

70
65

60
55

H (mm)

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FIGURE 12-12-32-991-04300-D SHEET 1


MLG Two-Stage Shock Absorber - Pressure/Extension
Graph (Metric Units)

220

210

200

190

180

170

160

150

140

130

120

110

100

90

80

70

60

50

40

50

N_MM_121232_3_SAM0_01_00

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Task 12-12-32-611-008-A
Hydraulic Replenishment of the MLG Two-Stage Shock Absorber
WARNING : PUT THE SAFETY DEVICES AND THE WARNING NOTICES IN POSITION BEFORE YOU START A
TASK ON OR NEAR:
THE FLIGHT CONTROLS
THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES
THE LANDING GEAR AND THE RELATED DOORS
COMPONENTS THAT MOVE.
WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE GROUND SAFETY-LOCKS ARE IN POSITION ON THE LANDING GEAR.
WARNING : OBEY THE HYDRAULIC SAFETY PROCEDURES.
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


Self explanatory

2.

Job Set-up Information


A.

Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

REFERENCE
No specific

QTY
DESIGNATION
AR ACCESS PLATFORM 3M (10 FT)

No specific

AR

CHARGING EQUIPMENT - FLUID, STANDARD

No specific

AR

JACK - AXLE

No specific

AR

WARNING NOTICE(S)

No specific

B.

Consumable Materials

REFERENCE
Material No: 02-001
Material No: 02-004
Material No: 02-006
Material No: 19-010

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Torque wrench: range to between 0.20 and 3.60 M.DAN (2.00 and 26.00
LBF.FT)

DESIGNATION
HYDRAULIC FLUIDS
OIL, HYDRAULIC PETROLEUM FLUID
HYDRAULIC FLUIDS
SHOCK ABSORBER FLUID
HYDRAULIC FLUIDS
SHOCK ABSORBER FLUID
LOCKWIRE STAINLSS STL ANNEALED 0.8MM DIA

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Expendable Parts

FIG.ITEM
5

DESIGNATION

IPC-CSN
32-11-13-01-015

packing
D.

Referenced Information

REFERENCE
07-11-00-581-001-A

DESIGNATION
Lifting for Aircraft Maintenance Operations

07-11-00-586-002-A

Lowering of the Aircraft for Maintenance Operations

12-14-32-200-001-A

Inspection of the MLG Shock Absorbers Before Flight

12-14-32-614-003-A

Check of MLG Shock Absorber Charge Pressure

32-00-00-481-001-A

Installation of the Safety Devices on the Landing Gears

(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-00800-A - MLG Two Stage Shock Absorber - Filling System)
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-00900-A - MLG Two Stage Shock Absorber - Replenishment Location and Detail)
3.

Job Set-up
Subtask 12-12-32-941-068-A
A.

Safety Precautions
(1)

Make sure that the ground safety locks are installed on the landing gear (Ref. TASK 32-00-00-481-001A).

(2)

On panel 400VU:
. make sure that the landing-gear control-lever 6GA is in the DOWN position
. put a WARNING NOTICE(S) in position to tell persons not to operate the landing gear.

(3)

Put a WARNING NOTICE(S) in position to tell persons not to operate the landing gear doors.

Subtask 12-12-32-582-055-A
B.

4.

Lift the Aircraft


(1)

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

(2)

Put the ACCESS PLATFORM 3M (10 FT) in position at the applicable shock absorber.

Procedure
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-00800-A - MLG Two Stage Shock Absorber - Filling System)
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-00900-A - MLG Two Stage Shock Absorber - Replenishment Location and Detail)
Subtask 12-12-32-611-059-A
WARNING : WEAR GOGGLES WHEN YOU REMOVE OR INSTALL THE LOCKWIRE. CUT, REMOVE AND
DISCARD THE LOCKWIRE AS YOU DO THE TASK. LOOSE LOCKWIRE CAN CUT OR BLIND YOU.
A.

Hydraulic Replenishment of the Main Landing Gear (MLG) Two-Stage Shock Absorber

NOTE :

AES

As an alternative procedure to replenish the MLG, you can use the vacuum procedure in Para. 4.B.
The vacuum procedure will let the MLG be replenished without extension and compression of the MLG
again and again.

(1)

Remove the blanking cap (2) from the bottom charging valve (1).

(2)

Remove the blanking cap (3) from the top charging valve (4).

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(3)

Release the nitrogen pressure:


(a)

Slowly open the bottom charging valve assembly (1).

(b)

Slowly open the top charging valve assembly (4).


NOTE :

During the steps that follow some oil can come out of the top charging valve (4).

(4)

Remove and discard the LOCKWIRE STAINLSS STL ANNEALED 0.8MM DIA (Material No: 19-010)
from the body of the top charging valve (4).

(5)

Remove the top charging valve assembly (4).

(6)

Remove and discard the packing (5) from the top charging valve assembly (4).

(7)

Install the CHARGING EQUIPMENT - FLUID, STANDARD on the two-stage shock absorber:
(a)

Install the filler adaptor (17) in the port of the top charging valve.

(b)

TORQUE the filler adaptor (17) to between 1.13 and 1.58 M.DAN (100.00 and 139.82 LBF.IN).

(c)

Connect the elbow-fitting (18) to the filler adaptor (17).

(d)

Connect the filling hose (16) to the elbow fitting (18).

(e)

Install the 28 bar (406.1056 psi) pressure gage (15) on the three-way valve (19).

(f)

Connect the three-way valve (19) to the filling hose (16).

(g)

Connect the hydraulic pump (24) and the hydraulic fluid reservoir (23) to the three-way valve (19)
with the supply hose (25).

WARNING : DO NOT GET HYDRAULIC FLUID ON YOUR SKIN, IN YOUR EYES OR IN YOUR
MOUTH. HYDRAULIC FLUID IS POISONOUS AND CAN GO THROUGH YOUR SKIN
AND INTO YOUR BODY. FLUSH HYDRAULIC FLUID FROM YOUR EYES, MOUTH OR
SKIN WITH WATER. GET MEDICAL AID IF YOU GET HYDRAULIC FLUID IN YOUR
EYES OR MOUTH.
(h)

Fill the hydraulic fluid reservoir with HYDRAULIC FLUIDS (Material No: 02-001) or HYDRAULIC
FLUIDS (Material No: 02-004) or HYDRAULIC FLUIDS (Material No: 02-006) .
NOTE :

(8)

(i)

Connect the bleed hose (21) between the three-way valve (19) and the drain container (22).

(j)

Open the control valves (20) and (26).

(k)

Bleed the filling system with the hydraulic pump (24).

Put the JACK - AXLE in position under the jacking dome (6) of the applicable landing gear. Make sure
that the axle jack is free to move forward and aft.

CAUTION :

DO NOT LET THE HYDRAULIC PRESSURE INCREASE TO MORE THAN 14 BAR (203 PSI) IF
THE CHARGING EQUIPMENT HAS A SIGHT GLASS. IF THE PRESSURE IS MORE THAN
THIS VALUE, IT CAN CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE SIGHT GLASS.

CAUTION :

DO NOT LET THE HYDRAULIC PRESSURE INCREASE TO MORE THAN 22 BAR (319 PSI). IF
THE PRESSURE IS MORE THAN THIS VALUE, IT CAN CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE SHOCK
ABSORBER.

(9)

AES

Hydraulic fluids 02-001, 02-004 and 02-006 can be mixed in all applicable maintenance
tasks and in all quantities.

Fill the shock absorber with hydraulic fluid:

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NOTE :

20 l (5.2834 USgal) of hydraulic fluid is necessary to fill each shock absorber.

(a)

Make sure that:


. the bottom charging valve (1) is open
. the control valve (20) is open
. the control valve (26) is closed.

(b)

Use the axle jack to fully compress the shock absorber. At the same time, monitor the hydraulic
fluid that goes into the drain container (22).
NOTE :

It is possible that no hydraulic fluid will bleed into the drain container (22) when you
initially compress the shock absorber.

(c)

Close the control valve (20) and open the control valve (26).

(d)

Use the hydraulic pump (24) to slowly increase the pressure of the hydraulic supply to 13.8 bar
(200.1520 psi). Let the pressure become stable.

(e)

Keep the pressure of the hydraulic supply at 13.8 bar (200.1520 psi). At the same time, slowly
lower the axle jack to let the shock absorber fully extend.

(f)

When the shock absorber is fully extended, let the pressure become stable at 13.8 bar (200.1520
psi).

(g)

Release the hydraulic supply pressure.

(h)

Close the control valve (26) and open the control valve (20).

(10) Do the step (9) again until the hydraulic fluid from the bleed hose (21) contains no air. (There are no
bubbles in the fluid).
(11) Use the axle jack to fully compress the shock absorber.
(12) Keep the shock absorber compressed and the hydraulic pressure released.
(13) Disconnect the hydraulic supply hose (25) from the three-way valve (19).
(14) Loosen the elbow fitting (18) at the filler adaptor (17) and let the hydraulic fluid drain into the drain
container (22).
(15) Remove the elbow fitting (18) from the filler adaptor (17).
(16) Close the control valve (20) and remove the bleed hose (21) and the drain container (22).
(17) Remove the filler adaptor (17).
(18) Install a new (IPC-CSN 32-11-13-01) packing (5) to the top charging valve assembly (4).
(19) Install the charging valve assembly (4) in the top charging valve port.
(20) TORQUE the body of the top charging valve (4) to between 1.13 and 1.58 M.DAN (100.00 and 139.82
LBF.IN).
(21) Safety the body of the charging valve (4) with LOCKWIRE STAINLSS STL ANNEALED 0.8MM DIA
(Material No: 19-010) .
(22) Make sure that the bottom charging valve (1) and the top charging valve (4) are closed.
(23) Install the blanking cap (2) on the bottom charging valve (1).
(24) Install the blanking cap (3) on the top charging valve (4).
(25) Lower and remove the axle jack.
(26) Do the nitrogen filling of the MLG two-stage shock absorber (aircraft on jacks) (Ref. TASK
12-14-32-614-003-A).

AES

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(27) Make a note in the aircraft log:
. it is recommended that you do a weight on wheels pressure H dimension check (Ref. TASK
12-14-32-200-001-A), not less than 24 hours after you lower the aircraft off the jacks.
NOTE :

New hydraulic fluid can absorb nitrogen.


Shock absorber nitrogen pressure can decrease.

Subtask 12-12-32-611-069-A
WARNING : WEAR GOGGLES WHEN YOU REMOVE OR INSTALL THE LOCKWIRE. CUT, REMOVE AND
DISCARD THE LOCKWIRE AS YOU DO THE TASK. LOOSE LOCKWIRE CAN CUT OR BLIND YOU.
B.

Hydraulic Replenishment of the MLG Two-Stage Shock Absorber with the Vacuum Procedure
NOTE :

This procedure will let the MLG be replenished without extension and compression of the MLG again
and again.

(1)

Remove the blanking cap (2) from the bottom charging valve (1).

(2)

Remove the blanking cap (3) from the top charging valve (4).

(3)

Release the nitrogen pressure:


(a)

Slowly open the bottom charging valve assembly (1).

(b)

Slowly open the top charging valve assembly (4).


NOTE :

(4)

Remove the gas from the oil as follows:


(a)

Put the JACK - AXLE in position under the jacking dome (6) of the applicable landing gear.
Make sure that the axle jack is free to move forward and aft.

(b)

Release all the nitrogen from the bottom charging valve assembly (1).

(c)

Close the bottom charging valve assembly (1).

(d)

Make sure that:


. the top charging valve assembly (4) is open
. the bottom charging valve assembly (1) is closed.

(e)

Use the axle jack to fully compress the shock absorber.

(f)

Close the top charging valve assembly (4).

(g)

Slowly lower the axle jack to fully extend the shock absorber.

(h)

When the shock absorber is fully extended, do not continue the procedure for a minimum of 30
minutes (to let the shock absorber become stable).
NOTE :

(i)

AES

During the steps that follow some oil can come out of the top charging valve (4).

A vacuum will be present in the shock absorber chamber 1 for 30 minutes.

Slowly open the top charging valve assembly (4) to release the nitrogen.

(5)

Remove and discard the lockwire from the body of the top charging valve (4).

(6)

Remove the top charging valve assembly (4).

(7)

Remove and discard the packing (5) from the top charging valve assembly (4).

(8)

Install the CHARGING EQUIPMENT - FLUID, STANDARD on the two-stage shock absorber:
(a)

Install the filler adaptor (17) in the port of the top charging valve.

(b)

TORQUE the filler adaptor (17) to between 1.13 and 1.58 M.DAN (100.00 and 139.82 LBF.IN).

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(c)

Connect the elbow fitting (18) to the filler adaptor (17).

(d)

Connect the filling hose (16) to the elbow fitting (18).

(e)

Install the 28 bar (406.1056 psi) pressure gage (15) on the three-way valve (19).

(f)

Connect the three-way valve (19) to the filling hose (16).

(g)

Connect the hydraulic pump (24) and the hydraulic fluid reservoir (23) to the three-way valve (19)
with the supply hose (25).

WARNING : DO NOT GET HYDRAULIC FLUID ON YOUR SKIN, IN YOUR EYES OR IN YOUR
MOUTH. HYDRAULIC FLUID IS POISONOUS AND CAN GO THROUGH YOUR SKIN
AND INTO YOUR BODY. FLUSH HYDRAULIC FLUID FROM YOUR EYES, MOUTH OR
SKIN WITH WATER. GET MEDICAL AID IF YOU GET HYDRAULIC FLUID IN YOUR
EYES OR MOUTH.
(h)

Fill the hydraulic fluid reservoir with HYDRAULIC FLUIDS (Material No: 02-001) or HYDRAULIC
FLUIDS (Material No: 02-004) or HYDRAULIC FLUIDS (Material No: 02-006) .
NOTE :

(i)

Connect the bleed hose (21) between the three-way valve (19) and the drain container (22).

(j)

Open the control valves (20) and (26).

(k)

Bleed the filling system with the hydraulic pump (24).

CAUTION :

DO NOT LET THE HYDRAULIC PRESSURE INCREASE TO MORE THAN 14 BAR (203 PSI) IF
THE CHARGING EQUIPMENT HAS A SIGHT GLASS. IF THE PRESSURE IS MORE THAN
THIS VALUE, IT CAN CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE SIGHT GLASS.

CAUTION :

DO NOT LET THE HYDRAULIC PRESSURE INCREASE TO MORE THAN 22 BAR (319 PSI). IF
THE PRESSURE IS MORE THAN THIS VALUE, IT CAN CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE SHOCK
ABSORBER.

(9)

Fill the shock absorber with hydraulic fluid:

NOTE :

20 l (5.2834 USgal) of hydraulic fluid is necessary to fill each shock absorber.

(a)

Make sure that:


. the bottom charging valve (1) is open
. the control valve (20) is open
. the control valve (26) is closed.

(b)

Use the axle jack to fully compress the shock absorber. At the same time, monitor the hydraulic
fluid that goes into the drain container (22).
NOTE :

AES

Hydraulic fluids 02-001, 02-004 and 02-006 can be mixed in all applicable maintenance
tasks and in all quantities.

It is possible that no hydraulic fluid will bleed into the drain container (22) when you
initially compress the shock absorber.

(c)

Close the control valve (20) and open the control valve (26).

(d)

Use the hydraulic pump (24) to slowly increase the pressure of the hydraulic supply to 13.8 bar
(200.1520 psi). Let the pressure become stable.

(e)

Keep the pressure of the hydraulic supply at 13.8 bar (200.1520 psi). At the same time, slowly
lower the axle jack to let the shock absorber fully extend.

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(f)

When the shock absorber is fully extended, let the pressure becomes stable at 13.8 bar (200.1520
psi). When the pressure becomes stable, do not continue the procedure for a minimum of 5
minutes.

(g)

Release the hydraulic supply pressure.

(h)

Close the control valve (26) and open the control valve (20).

(10) Use the axle jack to slowly and fully compress the shock absorber.
NOTE :

Oil that comes out must not contain bubbles.

(11) Keep the shock absorber compressed and the hydraulic pressure released.
(12) Disconnect the hydraulic supply hose (25) from the three-way valve (19).
(13) Loosen the elbow-fitting (18) at the filler adaptor (17) and let the hydraulic fluid drain into the drain
container (22).
(14) Remove the elbow-fitting (18) from the filler adaptor (17).
(15) Close the control valve (20) and remove the bleed hose (21) and the drain container (22).
(16) Remove the filler adaptor (17).
(17) Install a new (IPC-CSN 32-11-13-01) packing (5) to the top charging valve assembly (4).
(18) Install the charging valve assembly (4) in the top charging valve port.
(19) TORQUE the body of the top charging valve (4) to between 1.13 and 1.58 M.DAN (100.00 and 139.82
LBF.IN).
(20) Safety the body of the top charging valve (4) with LOCKWIRE STAINLSS STL ANNEALED 0.8MM
DIA (Material No: 19-010) .
(21) Make sure that the bottom charging valve (1) and the top charging valve are closed (4).
(22) Install the blanking cap (2) on the bottom charging valve (1).
(23) Install the blanking cap (3) on the top charging valve (4).
(24) Slowly lower and remove the axle jack.
(25) Do the nitrogen filling of the MLG two-stage shock absorber (aircraft on jacks) (Ref. TASK
12-14-32-614-003-A).
(26) Make a note in the aircraft log:
. It is recommended that you do a weight on wheels pressure H dimension check (Ref. TASK
12-14-32-200-001-A), not less than 24 hours after you lower the aircraft off the jacks.
NOTE :
5.

New hydraulic fluid can absorb nitrogen.


Shock absorber nitrogen pressure can decrease.

Close-up
Subtask 12-12-32-586-053-A
A.

AES

Lower the Aircraft


(1)

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

(2)

Remove the access platform(s).

(3)

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

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Subtask 12-12-32-942-067-A
B.

AES

Remove the Equipment


(1)

Remove the warning notice(s).

(2)

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

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18

17

16
15

26

19
20

21

22

25
HAND PUMP

23

24

POWERED PUMP

KEY
15 PRESSURE GAGE

21 BLEED HOSE

16 FILLING HOSE

22 DRAIN CONTAINER (15 LITER)

17 FILLER ADAPTOR (TYPICAL)

23 HYDRAULIC FLUID RESERVOIR

18 ELBOW FITTING (TYPICAL)

24 HAND PUMP OR POWERED PUMP

19 THREEWAY VALVE

25 HYDRAULIC SUPPLY HOSE

20 CONTROL VALVE

26 CONTROL VALVE
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FIGURE 12-12-32-991-00800-A SHEET 1


MLG Two Stage Shock Absorber - Filling System

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1
2

C
C

5
4
3

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AES

FIGURE 12-12-32-991-00900-A SHEET 1


MLG Two Stage Shock Absorber - Replenishment Location
and Detail

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Task 12-12-32-611-006-A
Replenishment of the MLG Torque Link Damper
WARNING : PUT THE SAFETY DEVICES AND THE WARNING NOTICES IN POSITION BEFORE YOU START A
TASK ON OR NEAR:
THE FLIGHT CONTROLS
THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES
THE LANDING GEAR AND THE RELATED DOORS
COMPONENTS THAT MOVE.
WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE GROUND SAFETY-LOCKS ARE IN POSITION ON THE LANDING GEAR.
WARNING : OBEY THE HYDRAULIC SAFETY PROCEDURES.
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.
FIN 2823GM, 2824GM
1.

Reason for the Job


Self explanatory

2.

Job Set-up Information


A.

Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

REFERENCE
No specific

QTY
DESIGNATION
1
CONTAINER 3 L(3/4 USGAL)

No specific
No specific
No specific

AR
AR
AR

GROUND POWER CART-HYDRAULIC


HOSE - BLEED
LOCALLY MANUFACTURED - ANTAGONISTIC CONNECTOR

No specific

AR

SAFETY BARRIER(S)

No specific

AR

SPATULA - NON METALLIC

No specific

AR

WARNING NOTICE(S)

No specific
460006804
B.

BLEED ADAPTOR

Consumable Materials

REFERENCE
Material No: 02-003

AES

Torque wrench: range to between 0.00 and 1.20 M.DAN (0.00 and 9.00
LBF.FT)

DESIGNATION
HYDRAULIC FLUIDS
NO LONGER AVAILABLE

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REFERENCE
Material No: 09-016
Material No: 11-003
Material No: 19-003
Material No: 19-010
C.

DESIGNATION
SEALANTS
CORROSION INHIBITING FILLET CONSISTENCY
CLEANING AGENTS
METHYL-ETHYL-KETONE
LINT-FREE COTTON CLOTH
LOCKWIRE STAINLSS STL ANNEALED 0.8MM DIA

Referenced Information

REFERENCE
29-00-00-910-002-A

DESIGNATION
Safety Procedures of the Hydraulic System

32-00-00-481-001-A

Installation of the Safety Devices on the Landing Gears

(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-01400-C - Torque Link Damper)


3.

Job Set-up
Subtask 12-12-32-941-067-A
A.

4.

Safety Precautions
(1)

Put the safety barriers in position.

(2)

Make sure that the ground safety locks are on the landing gear (Ref. TASK 32-00-00-481-001-A).

(3)

On the panel 400VU:


. make sure that the landing-gear control-lever 6GA is in the DOWN position
. put a WARNING NOTICE(S) in position to tell persons not to operate the landing gear.

Procedure
Subtask 12-12-32-611-054-A
A.

Replenishment of the Main Landing Gear (MLG) Torque Link Damper


(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-01400-C - Torque Link Damper)
WARNING : WEAR GOGGLES WHEN YOU REMOVE OR INSTALL THE LOCKWIRE. CUT, REMOVE AND
DISCARD THE LOCKWIRE AS YOU DO THE TASK. LOOSE LOCKWIRE CAN CUT OR BLIND
YOU.
WARNING : BE CAREFUL WHEN YOU USE THE CONSUMABLE MATERIAL(S). YOU MUST OBEY THE
OPERATORS AND MANUFACTURERS HEALTH AND SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS.

AES

(1)

Remove the sealant from the bleed screw (1) and the bleed plug (2) with the SPATULA - NON
METALLIC.

(2)

Remove and discard the lockwire from the cap assembly (6) and the bleed screw (1).

(3)

Clean the items that follow with LINT-FREE COTTON CLOTH (Material No: 19-003) made moist with
CLEANING AGENTS (Material No: 11-003) :
. the bleed screw (1)
. the bleed plug (2)
. the bleed plug housing (8).

(4)

Remove the cap assembly (6) and the bleed screw (1).

(5)

Install the BLEED ADAPTOR (460006804) to the bleed plug (2).

(6)

Install the HOSE - BLEED on the BLEED ADAPTOR (460006804).

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(7)

Put a CONTAINER 3 L(3/4 USGAL) below the bleed hose.

(8)

Open the bleed plug (2).

(9)

Install an LOCALLY MANUFACTURED - ANTAGONISTIC CONNECTOR to the check valve (7).

(10) Connect a GROUND POWER CART-HYDRAULIC or a hydraulic source (minimum supply pressure 50
psi) that contains HYDRAULIC FLUIDS (Material No: 02-003) , to the approved AN connector.
(11) You must obey the hydraulic safety procedures (Ref. TASK 29-00-00-910-002-A).
(12) Supply hydraulic fluid, at a pressure of between 2.42 bar (35 psi) and 2.75 bar (40 psi), to the check
valve (7).
(13) Keep the hydraulic pressure until you get an air-free flow of fluid from the bleed plug (2).
(14) Increase the pressure of the hydraulic fluid to between 2.75 bar (40 psi) and 3.45 bar (50 psi).
(15) Close the bleed plug (2).
(16) Make sure that the reservoir can (4) moves between 1.5 mm (0.05 in.) and 3.1 mm (0.12 in.) above the
FULL level indicator line.
(17) Keep the hydraulic pressure for a time of 3 minutes. During the 3 minutes make sure that:
. no external leakage of fluid occurs
. the reservoir can (4) does not move.
(18) If there is leakage and/or the reservoir-can (4) moves:
. slowly open the bleed plug (2) to release the hydraulic pressure
. do the steps (9) thru (14) again.
(19) Decrease the hydraulic pressure to zero. Disconnect the hydraulic ground cart or the hydraulic source
and the approved AN connector from the check valve (7).
(20) Measure the quantity of hydraulic fluid that comes out of the check valve (7) during a time of 15
seconds. There must be no more than 15 drops.
(21) Open the bleed plug (2) slowly until the reservoir can (4) becomes level with the FULL line. Close the
bleed plug (2).
(22) If the released hydraulic fluid contains air:
. slowly open the bleed plug (2) to release the hydraulic pressure
. do the steps (9) thru (18) again.
(23) Remove the bleed hose and the BLEED ADAPTOR (460006804) from the bleed plug (2).
(24) Make sure that the parts retained from the removed component are clean and in the correct condition.
(25) Install the cap assembly (6) on the check valve (7).
(26) Install the bleed screw (1) in the bleed plug (2).
(27) TORQUE the bleed screw (1) to between 0.17 and 0.22 M.DAN (15.04 and 19.47 LBF.IN).
(28) TORQUE the cap assembly (7) to between 0.57 and 0.67 M.DAN (50.44 and 59.29 LBF.IN).
(29) Safety the items that follow with LOCKWIRE STAINLSS STL ANNEALED 0.8MM DIA (Material No:
19-010) :
. the bleed screw (1) to the piston assembly (3)
. the cap assembly (6) to the adjacent bolt (5).
(30) Apply SEALANTS (Material No: 09-016) to the items that follow:
. bleed screw (1)
. the bleed plug (2)
. the bleed plug housing (8).

AES

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Close-up
Subtask 12-12-32-942-066-A
A.

AES

Removal of Equipment
(1)

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

(2)

Remove the SAFETY BARRIER(S).

(3)

Remove the warning notice(s).

(4)

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

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A
1
2
8
3

B
A

FU LL
RE FI L L
RE FI L L

FUL L

LEVEL
INDICATOR
LINES

REFI L L
REFI L L

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AES

FIGURE 12-12-32-991-01400-C SHEET 1


Torque Link Damper

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Task 12-12-32-610-001-A
Check NLG Shock Absorber Fluid Level and Charge Pressure (Two-Point Check - Aircraft on Jacks to start)
WARNING : PUT THE SAFETY DEVICES AND THE WARNING NOTICES IN POSITION BEFORE YOU START A
TASK ON OR NEAR:
THE FLIGHT CONTROLS
THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES
THE LANDING GEAR AND THE RELATED DOORS
COMPONENTS THAT MOVE.
WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE GROUND SAFETY-LOCKS ARE IN POSITION ON THE LANDING GEAR AND
DOORS.
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.

2.

Reason for the Job


NOTE :

The NLG shock absorber fluid level and charge pressure must be measured with the aircraft lifted on jacks
and on the ground. This procedure does the aircraft-on-jacks check first and then the on-ground check. If
necessary, the on-ground check can be done first followed by the on-jacks check, refer to Task
12-12-32-610-001-A01.

NOTE :

This procedure can be done with the aircraft fully lifted on jacks (Ref. Task 07-11-00-581-001) or lifted at
the forward jacking point (Ref. Task 07-11-00-581-003).

NOTE :

This procedure must be done a minimum of 2 hours after the last aircraft operation. This will make sure that
the shock absorber values recorded are accurate.

NOTE :

As an alternative procedure to check the NLG shock absorber fluid level and charge pressure, you can do
Task 12-12-32-610-002-A or Task 12-12-32-610-002-A01. If you do Task 12-12-32-610-002-A or Task
12-12-32-610-002-A01, it is not necessary for the aircraft to be on jacks.

Job Set-up Information


A.

Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

REFERENCE
No specific

QTY
DESIGNATION
1
ACCESS PLATFORM 2M (6 FT)

No specific

AR

CHARGING EQUIPMENT - FLUID, STANDARD

No specific

GAGE 0 TO 2000 PSI (0 TO 138 BAR) - PRESSURE

No specific

GAGE 200 BAR (2900 PSI) - PRESSURE

No specific
No specific

AR
1

NITROGEN COMPRESSED SOURCE - GROUND


RULER - STEEL

AES

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REFERENCE
No specific

QTY
AR SAFETY BARRIER(S)

No specific

THERMOMETER -45 TO 70 DEG.C (-49 TO 158 DEG.F)

No specific

WARNING NOTICE(S)

No specific

Torque wrench: range to between 0.20 and 3.60 M.DAN (2.00 and 26.00
LBF.FT)

98D32203502000
M21930
B.

2
1

SAFETY PIN - NLG DOOR


FILLING ASSEMBLY

Consumable Materials

REFERENCE
Material No: 05-004B
C.

DESIGNATION

DESIGNATION
SPECIAL MATERIALS
OXYGEN LEAK DETECTOR

Referenced Information

REFERENCE
07-11-00-581-001-A

DESIGNATION
Lifting for Aircraft Maintenance Operations

07-11-00-581-003-A

Lifting of the Aircraft at Forward Jacking Point, MLG Wheels on the Ground

07-11-00-586-001-A

Lowering of the Aircraft at Forward Jacking Point, MLG Wheels on the Ground

07-11-00-586-002-A

Lowering of the Aircraft for Maintenance Operations

12-12-32-611-005-A

NLG Shock Absorber Oil Replenishment and Nitrogen Filling (Aircraft on Jacks)

32-00-00-481-001-A

Installation of the Safety Devices on the Landing Gears

32-00-00-481-002-A

Installation of the Safety Devices on the Landing Gear Doors

32-22-00-010-001-A

Nose Gear Doors - Ground Doors Opening

32-22-00-410-001-A

Nose Gear Doors - Ground Doors Closing

(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-02400-A - NLG Maintenance Plan - Aircraft on Jacks to Start)


(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-03400-A - NLG Shock Absorber - Dimension H)
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-01200-A - NLG Shock Absorber - Filling System)
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-00100-A - NLG Shock Absorber Replenishment - Location and Detail)
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-04000-A - Pressure/Temperature Table - Shock Absorber Fully Extended)
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-04100-A - NLG Pressure/Extension Data (Weight on Wheels) - Positive Temperatures)
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-04200-A - NLG Pressure/Extension Data (Weight on Wheels) - Negative Temperatures)
3.

Job Set-up
Subtask 12-12-32-941-073-A
A.

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Safety Precautions
(1)

Put the safety barriers in position.

(2)

Make sure that the ground safety locks are installed on the landing gear (Ref. TASK 32-00-00-481-001A).

(3)

On panel 400VU, make sure that the landing-gear control-lever 6GA is in the DOWN position.

(4)

Put a WARNING NOTICE(S) on panel 400VU, to tell persons not to operate the landing-gear controls.

(5)

Put a WARNING NOTICE(S) in position to tell persons not to operate the NLG doors.

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Subtask 12-12-32-010-054-A
B.

Get Access
WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE TRAVEL RANGES OF THE LANDING GEAR DOORS ARE CLEAR.

4.

(1)

Open the NLG doors (Ref. TASK 32-22-00-010-001-A).

(2)

Install the SAFETY PIN - NLG DOOR (98D32203502000) in the linkage of each forward NLG door
(Ref. TASK 32-00-00-481-002-A).

(3)

Put the ACCESS PLATFORM 2M (6 FT) in position at the NLG.

Procedure
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-02400-A - NLG Maintenance Plan - Aircraft on Jacks to Start)
Subtask 12-12-32-582-056-A
A.

Lift the Aircraft on Jacks


(1)

Lift the aircraft on jacks (Ref. TASK 07-11-00-581-001-A) or (Ref. TASK 07-11-00-581-003-A).

Subtask 12-12-32-614-080-A
B.

Adjust the Charge Pressure of the NLG Shock Absorber (Aircraft on Jacks)
(1)

Make sure that the shock absorber is fully extended. Dimension H must be between 447 mm (17.5984
in.) and 451 mm (17.7559 in.).
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-03400-A - NLG Shock Absorber - Dimension H)
NOTE :

(2)

Use an applicable RULER - STEEL to measure dimension H.

Install the CHARGING EQUIPMENT - FLUID, STANDARD on the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930) as
follows:
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-01200-A - NLG Shock Absorber - Filling System)
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-00100-A - NLG Shock Absorber Replenishment - Location and Detail)
(a)

Connect the nitrogen source hose (18) to the NITROGEN COMPRESSED SOURCE - GROUND.

(b)

Connect the nitrogen source hose (18) to the three-way valve (12).

(c)

Connect the filling hose (11) to the three-way valve (12).


NOTE :

(d)

Remove the blanking cap (1) and the plug (5) from the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930).

(e)

Connect the filling hose (11) to the end fitting (2) of the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930).

(f)

Slowly open the control valves (13) and (19) on the three-way valve (12) and the control valve of
the nitrogen source. Blow nitrogen through the charging equipment to bleed the system with
nitrogen.

(g)

Close the control valves (13) and (19) on the three-way valve (12) and the control valve of the
nitrogen source.

CAUTION :

AES

It is recommended to use a filling hose (11) of less than 3 m (9.84 ft.) long. A filling hose
length of more than 3 m (9.84 ft.) will decrease pressure measurement accuracy.

MAKE SURE THAT YOU USE A GAGE WITH THE SPECIFIED PRESSURE RANGE. THIS
IS NECESSARY TO GET AN ACCURATE PRESSURE MEASUREMENT.

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(h)
(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

Install the GAGE 0 TO 2000 PSI (0 TO 138 BAR) - PRESSURE (10) on the three-way valve
(12).

Install the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930) on the charging valve (6) as follows:
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-00100-A - NLG Shock Absorber Replenishment - Location and Detail)
(a)

Remove the blanking cap (7) from the charging valve (6).

(b)

Move the wrench (9) up to the knurled shoulder (3) and install the FILLING ASSEMBLY
(M21930) on the charging valve (6).

(c)

Turn the core (8) of the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930) clockwise with the knurled shoulder (3).
This will install the seal (4) on the charging valve (6).

Do a check of the charging equipment for leaks as follows:


(a)

Make sure that the charging valve (6) and the control valve (13) on the three-way valve (12) are
closed.

(b)

Slowly open the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).

(c)

Slowly open the control valve of the nitrogen source. Add nitrogen until the pressure shown on the
pressure gage is 19 bar (275.5716 psi).

(d)

Close the control valve of the nitrogen source.

(e)

Let the pressure become stable, continue after a minimum of five minutes. This will make sure
that there are no leaks in the charging equipment.

(f)

Close the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).

Do a check of the NLG shock absorber charge pressure as follows:


(a)

Use a THERMOMETER -45 TO 70 DEG.C (-49 TO 158 DEG.F) to measure and record the
temperature adjacent to the charging valve (6). Make sure that the thermometer touches the
shock absorber outer-cylinder. If possible, measure the temperature at the top part of the cylinder
(through the vent hole) at the aft part of the main fitting.
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-00100-A - NLG Shock Absorber Replenishment - Location and Detail)

(b)

Use the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930) to open the charging valve (6). Open the control valve
(19) and record the pressure shown on the pressure gage (10).

(c)

Close the control valve (19) and the charging valve (6).

(d)

Refer to the table and use the recorded temperature value to identify the correct charge pressure.
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-04000-A - Pressure/Temperature Table - Shock Absorber Fully Extended)

(e)

If the recorded pressure value is the same as the correct pressure plus or minus 0.5 bar (7.2519
psi), go to step (7).

If the pressure is incorrect, inflate the NLG shock absorber as follows:


CAUTION :

AES

ALWAYS ADD NITROGEN SLOWLY WHEN YOU PRESSURIZE THE SHOCK


ABSORBER. IF YOU ADD THE NITROGEN TOO QUICKLY, THE TEMPERATURE WILL
INCREASE AND HAVE AN EFFECT ON THE SHOCK ABSORBER PRESSURE.

(a)

Open the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).

(b)

Use the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930) to open the charging valve (6).

(c)

Gradually open the control valve of the nitrogen source to adjust the charge pressure in the shock
absorber. Do this until you get the correct value as identified in step (5)(d).

(d)

Close the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).

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(7)

(e)

Use the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930) to close the charging valve (6).

(f)

Let the pressure become stable, continue after fifteen minutes.

(g)

Open the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12) and the charging valve (6). Make sure
that the pressure gage (10) shows the same pressure as the correct pressure in step (5)(d) plus or
minus 0.5 bar (7.2519 psi).

(h)

If necessary, do steps (a) to (g) again to adjust the pressure.

Remove the equipment as follows:


(a)

Close the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).

(b)

Use the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930) to close the charging valve (6).

(c)

Close the control valve of the nitrogen source.

(d)

Open the control valve (13) to release the pressure. Remove the nitrogen source from the threeway valve (12). Close the control valve (13).
NOTE :

Do not remove the charging equipment if you do the aircraft-on-ground measurement after
the aircraft-on-jacks measurement. If you do not remove the charging equipment, go to
Para.4.C.

(e)

Remove the pressure gage (10).

(f)

Remove the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930) and the CHARGING EQUIPMENT - FLUID,
STANDARD from the charging valve (6).

(g)

TORQUE the charging valve (6) to between 0.5 and 0.8 M.DAN (44.25 and 70.80 LBF.IN).

WARNING : OBEY THE MANUFACTURERS INSTRUCTIONS WHEN YOU USE THE SPECIAL
MATERIAL.
THIS MATERIAL IS DANGEROUS.
(h)

Use SPECIAL MATERIALS (Material No: 05-004B) to do a leak check of the charging valve (6).

(i)

Install the blanking cap (7) on the charging valve (6).

Subtask 12-12-32-586-054-A
C.

Lower the Aircraft


(1)

Lower the aircraft onto its wheels (Ref. TASK 07-11-00-586-002-A) or (Ref. TASK 07-11-00-586-001A).

Subtask 12-12-32-614-081-A
D.

Measure the Charge Pressure of the NLG Shock Absorber (Aircraft on Ground)
NOTE :

The aircraft-on-ground measurement must be done less than eight days after the on-jacks
measurement.

NOTE :

For the tasks completed with the A/C in a weight-on-wheels configuration, the A/C must be stable (no
movement of persons in the A/C).

(1)

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Install the CHARGING EQUIPMENT - FLUID, STANDARD on the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930) as
follows:
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-01200-A - NLG Shock Absorber - Filling System)
(a)

Connect the nitrogen source hose (18) to the nitrogen source.

(b)

Connect the nitrogen source hose (18) to the three-way valve (12).

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(c)

Connect the filling hose (11) to the three-way valve (12).


NOTE :

(d)

Remove the blanking cap (1) and the plug (5) from the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930).

(e)

Connect the filling hose (11) to the end fitting (2) of the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930).

(f)

Slowly open the control valves (13) and (19) on the three-way valve (12) and the control valve of
the nitrogen source. Blow nitrogen through the charging equipment to bleed the system with
nitrogen.

(g)

Close the control valves (13) and (19) on the three-way valve (12) and the control valve of the
nitrogen source.

CAUTION :

(h)
(2)

(3)

AES

It is recommended to use a filling hose (11) of less than 3 m (9.84 ft.) long. A filling hose
length of more than 3 m (9.84 ft.) will decrease pressure measurement accuracy.

MAKE SURE THAT YOU USE A GAGE WITH THE SPECIFIED PRESSURE RANGE. THIS
IS NECESSARY TO GET AN ACCURATE PRESSURE MEASUREMENT.

Install the GAGE 200 BAR (2900 PSI) - PRESSURE (10) on the three-way valve (12).

Install the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930) on the charging valve (6) as follows:
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-00100-A - NLG Shock Absorber Replenishment - Location and Detail)
(a)

Remove the blanking cap (7) from the charging valve (6).

(b)

Move the wrench (9) up to the knurled shoulder (3) and install the FILLING ASSEMBLY
(M21930) on the charging valve (6).

(c)

Turn the core (8) of the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930) clockwise with the knurled shoulder (3).
This will install the seal (4) on the charging valve (6).

Do a check of the charging equipment for leaks as follows:


(a)

Make sure that the charging valve (6) and the control valve (13) on the three-way valve (12) are
closed.

(b)

Open the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).

(c)

Use a THERMOMETER -45 TO 70 DEG.C (-49 TO 158 DEG.F) to measure and record the
temperature adjacent to the charging valve (6). Make sure that the thermometer touches the
shock absorber outer-cylinder. If possible, measure the temperature at the top part of the cylinder
(through the vent hole) at the aft part of the main fitting.
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-00100-A - NLG Shock Absorber Replenishment - Location and Detail)

(d)

Measure and record the shock absorber extension, dimension H.


(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-03400-A - NLG Shock Absorber - Dimension H)

(e)

Use the recorded dimension H and temperature values to identify the correct pressure for the
shock absorber extension.
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-04100-A - NLG Pressure/Extension Data (Weight on Wheels) - Positive
Temperatures)
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-04200-A - NLG Pressure/Extension Data (Weight on Wheels) - Negative
Temperatures)

(f)

Gradually open the control valve of the nitrogen source. Do this until the pressure gage (10)
shows the necessary pressure plus or minus 0.5 bar (7.2519 psi).

(g)

Close the control valve of the nitrogen source.

(h)

Do a check of the pressure in the charging equipment. Make sure that the pressure stays stable
for five minutes and there are no leaks.

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(i)
(4)

(5)

Close the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).

Do a check of the NLG shock absorber charge pressure as follows:


(a)

Use a THERMOMETER -45 TO 70 DEG.C (-49 TO 158 DEG.F) to measure and record the
temperature adjacent to the charging valve (6). Make sure that the thermometer touches the
shock absorber outer-cylinder. If possible, measure the temperature at the top part of the cylinder
(through the vent hole) at the aft part of the main fitting.
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-00100-A - NLG Shock Absorber Replenishment - Location and Detail)

(b)

Use the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930) to slowly open the charging valve (6).

(c)

Open the control valve (19) and record the pressure shown on the pressure gage (10).

(d)

Measure and record the shock absorber extension, dimension H.


(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-03400-A - NLG Shock Absorber - Dimension H)

(e)

Use the recorded pressure and temperature values to identify the correct dimension H for the
shock absorber extension. Compare this value with the dimension H recorded in step (d).
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-04100-A - NLG Pressure/Extension Data (Weight on Wheels) - Positive
Temperatures)
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-04200-A - NLG Pressure/Extension Data (Weight on Wheels) - Negative
Temperatures)

(f)

If the recorded H value is the same as the correct dimension H plus or minus 10 mm (0.3937 in.),
go to step (5).

(g)

If the dimension H is incorrect, do the NLG shock absorber oil replenishment and nitrogen filling
procedure (Ref. TASK 12-12-32-611-005-A).

Remove the charging equipment as follows:


(a)

Close the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).

(b)

Use the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930) to close the charging valve (6).

(c)

Open the control valve (13) to release the pressure. Remove the nitrogen source from the threeway valve (12).

(d)

Remove the pressure gage (10).

(e)

Remove the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930) and the CHARGING EQUIPMENT - FLUID,
STANDARD from the charging valve (6).

(f)

TORQUE the charging valve (6) to between 0.5 and 0.8 M.DAN (44.25 and 70.80 LBF.IN).

WARNING : OBEY THE MANUFACTURERS INSTRUCTIONS WHEN YOU USE THE SPECIAL
MATERIAL.
THIS MATERIAL IS DANGEROUS.

5.

(g)

Use SPECIAL MATERIALS (Material No: 05-004B) to do a leak check of the charging valve (6).

(h)

Install the blanking cap (7) on the charging valve (6).

Close-up
Subtask 12-12-32-410-054-A
A.

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Close Access
(1)

Remove the SAFETY PIN - NLG DOOR (98D32203502000) from the linkage of each forward NLG door
(Ref. TASK 32-22-00-410-001-A).

(2)

Close the NLG doors (Ref. TASK 32-22-00-410-001-A).

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Subtask 12-12-32-942-072-A
B.

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Removal of the Equipment


(1)

Remove the safety barriers.

(2)

Remove the warning notice(s).

(3)

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

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** On A/C ALL

LIFT THE AIRCRAFT (REF. TASK 071100581001)


OR (REF. TASK 071100581003)

MEASURE NLG SHOCK ABSORBER CHARGE


PRESSURE (AIRCRAFT ON JACKS)
(REF. TASK 121232610001)

IS THE NLG CHARGE


PRESSURE CORRECT
(REF. TASK 121232610001)?

NO

ADJUST THE NLG CHARGE PRESSURE SO


THAT IT IS IN THE SPECIFIED LIMITS
(REF. TASK 121232610001)

YES

LOWER THE AIRCRAFT (REF. TASK 071100586001)


OR (REF. TASK 071100586002)

CHECK THE NLG SHOCK ABSORBER CHARGE


PRESSURE AND EXTENSION (AIRCRAFT ON
GROUND) (REF. TASK 121232610001)

IS THE NLG CHARGE


PRESSURE AND EXTENSION CORRECT
(REF. TASK 121232610001)?

NO

DO A HYDRAULIC FLUID SERVICE


(REF. TASK 121232611005) OR
(REF. TASK 121232611001)

YES

NO MORE MAINTENANCE STEPS ARE NECESSARY

FLOWCHART TASK 12123261000100


CHECK NLG SHOCK ABSORBER FLUID LEVEL AND CHARGE PRESSURE
(TWOPOINT CHECK AIRCRAFT ON JACKS)
N_MM_121232_3_BDM0_01_00

AES

FIGURE 12-12-32-991-02400-A SHEET 1


NLG Maintenance Plan - Aircraft on Jacks to Start

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** On A/C ALL
Task 12-12-32-610-001-A-01
Check NLG Shock Absorber Fluid Level and Charge Pressure (Two-Point Check - Aircraft on Ground to start)
WARNING : PUT THE SAFETY DEVICES AND THE WARNING NOTICES IN POSITION BEFORE YOU START A
TASK ON OR NEAR:
THE FLIGHT CONTROLS
THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES
THE LANDING GEAR AND THE RELATED DOORS
COMPONENTS THAT MOVE.
WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE GROUND SAFETY-LOCKS ARE IN POSITION ON THE LANDING GEAR AND
DOORS.
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.

2.

Reason for the Job


NOTE :

The NLG shock absorber fluid level and charge pressure must be measured with the aircraft on the ground
and lifted on jacks. This procedure does the aircraft-on-ground check first and then the on-jacks check. If
necessary, the on-jacks check can be done first followed by the on-ground check, refer to Task
12-12-32-610-001-A.

NOTE :

This procedure can be done with the aircraft fully lifted on jacks (Ref. Task 07-11-00-581-001) or lifted at
the forward jacking point (Ref. Task 07-11-00-581-003).

NOTE :

This procedure must be done a minimum of 2 hours after the last aircraft operation. This will make sure that
the shock absorber values recorded are accurate.

NOTE :

As an alternative procedure to check the NLG shock absorber fluid level and charge pressure, you can do
Task 12-12-32-610-002-A or Task 12-12-32-610-002-A01. If you do Task 12-12-32-610-002-A or Task
12-12-32-610-002-A01, it is not necessary for the aircraft to be on jacks.

Job Set-up Information


A.

Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

REFERENCE
No specific

QTY
DESIGNATION
1
ACCESS PLATFORM 2M (6 FT)

No specific

AR

CHARGING EQUIPMENT - FLUID, STANDARD

No specific

GAGE 0 TO 2000 PSI (0 TO 138 BAR) - PRESSURE

No specific

GAGE 200 BAR (2900 PSI) - PRESSURE

No specific
No specific

AR
1

NITROGEN COMPRESSED SOURCE - GROUND


RULER - STEEL

AES

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REFERENCE
No specific

QTY
AR SAFETY BARRIER(S)

No specific

THERMOMETER -45 TO 70 DEG.C (-49 TO 158 DEG.F)

No specific

WARNING NOTICE(S)

No specific

Torque wrench: range to between 0.20 and 3.60 M.DAN (2.00 and 26.00
LBF.FT)

98D32203502000
M21930
B.

2
1

SAFETY PIN - NLG DOOR


FILLING ASSEMBLY

Consumable Materials

REFERENCE
Material No: 05-004B
C.

DESIGNATION

DESIGNATION
SPECIAL MATERIALS
OXYGEN LEAK DETECTOR

Referenced Information

REFERENCE
07-11-00-581-001-A

DESIGNATION
Lifting for Aircraft Maintenance Operations

07-11-00-581-003-A

Lifting of the Aircraft at Forward Jacking Point, MLG Wheels on the Ground

07-11-00-586-001-A

Lowering of the Aircraft at Forward Jacking Point, MLG Wheels on the Ground

07-11-00-586-002-A

Lowering of the Aircraft for Maintenance Operations

12-12-32-611-005-A

NLG Shock Absorber Oil Replenishment and Nitrogen Filling (Aircraft on Jacks)

32-00-00-481-001-A

Installation of the Safety Devices on the Landing Gears

32-00-00-481-002-A

Installation of the Safety Devices on the Landing Gear Doors

32-22-00-010-001-A

Nose Gear Doors - Ground Doors Opening

32-22-00-410-001-A

Nose Gear Doors - Ground Doors Closing

(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-02500-A - NLG Maintenance Plan - Aircraft on Ground to start)


(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-01200-A - NLG Shock Absorber - Filling System)
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-00100-A - NLG Shock Absorber Replenishment - Location and Detail)
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-03400-A - NLG Shock Absorber - Dimension H)
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-04100-A - NLG Pressure/Extension Data (Weight on Wheels) - Positive Temperatures)
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-04200-A - NLG Pressure/Extension Data (Weight on Wheels) - Negative Temperatures)
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-04000-A - Pressure/Temperature Table - Shock Absorber Fully Extended)
3.

Job Set-up
Subtask 12-12-32-941-074-A
A.

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Safety Precautions
(1)

Put the safety barriers in position.

(2)

Make sure that the ground safety locks are installed on the landing gear (Ref. TASK 32-00-00-481-001A).

(3)

On panel 400VU, make sure that the landing-gear control-lever 6GA is in the DOWN position.

(4)

Put a WARNING NOTICE(S) on panel 400VU, to tell persons not to operate the landing-gear controls.

(5)

Put a WARNING NOTICE(S) in position to tell persons not to operate the NLG doors.

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Subtask 12-12-32-010-055-A
B.

Get Access
WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE TRAVEL RANGES OF THE LANDING GEAR DOORS ARE CLEAR.

4.

(1)

Open the NLG doors (Ref. TASK 32-22-00-010-001-A).

(2)

Install the SAFETY PIN - NLG DOOR (98D32203502000) in the linkage of each forward NLG door
(Ref. TASK 32-00-00-481-002-A).

(3)

Put the ACCESS PLATFORM 2M (6 FT) in position at the NLG.

Procedure
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-02500-A - NLG Maintenance Plan - Aircraft on Ground to start)
Subtask 12-12-32-614-082-A
A.

Adjust the Charge Pressure of the NLG Shock Absorber (Aircraft on Wheels)
NOTE :
(1)

For the tasks completed with the A/C in a weight-on-wheels configuration, the A/C must be stable (no
movement of persons in the A/C).

Install the CHARGING EQUIPMENT - FLUID, STANDARD on the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930) as
follows:
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-01200-A - NLG Shock Absorber - Filling System)
(a)

Connect the nitrogen source hose (18) to the NITROGEN COMPRESSED SOURCE - GROUND.

(b)

Connect the nitrogen source hose (18) to the three-way valve (12).

(c)

Connect the filling hose (11) to the three-way valve (12).


NOTE :

(d)

Remove the blanking cap (1) and the plug (5) from the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930).

(e)

Connect the filling hose (11) to the end fitting (2) of the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930).

(f)

Slowly open the control valves (13) and (19) on the three-way valve (12) and the control valve on
the nitrogen source. Blow nitrogen through the charging equipment to bleed the system with
nitrogen.

(g)

Close the control valves (13) and (19) on the three-way valve (12) and the control valve of the
nitrogen source.

CAUTION :

(h)
(2)

AES

It is recommended to use a filling hose (11) of less than 3 m (9.84 ft.) long. A filling hose
length of more than 3 m (9.84 ft.) will decrease pressure measurement accuracy.

MAKE SURE THAT YOU USE A GAGE WITH THE SPECIFIED PRESSURE RANGE. THIS
IS NECESSARY TO GET AN ACCURATE PRESSURE MEASUREMENT.

Install the GAGE 200 BAR (2900 PSI) - PRESSURE (10) on the three-way valve (12).

Install the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930) on the charging valve (6) as follows:
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-00100-A - NLG Shock Absorber Replenishment - Location and Detail)
(a)

Remove the blanking cap (7) from the charging valve (6).

(b)

Move the wrench (9) up to the knurled shoulder (3) and install the FILLING ASSEMBLY
(M21930) on the charging valve (6).

(c)

Turn the core (8) of the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930) clockwise with the knurled shoulder (3).
This will install the seal on the charging valve (6).

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(3)

Do a check of the charging equipment for leaks as follows:


(a)

Make sure that the charging valve (6) and the control valve (13) on the three-way valve (12) are
closed.

(b)

Open the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).

(c)

Use a THERMOMETER -45 TO 70 DEG.C (-49 TO 158 DEG.F) to measure and record the
temperature adjacent to the charging valve (6). Make sure that the thermometer touches the
shock absorber outer-cylinder. If possible, measure the temperature at the top part of the cylinder
(through the vent hole) at the aft part of the main fitting.
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-00100-A - NLG Shock Absorber Replenishment - Location and Detail)

(d)

Measure and record the shock absorber extension, dimension H.


(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-03400-A - NLG Shock Absorber - Dimension H)
NOTE :

(4)

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Use an applicable RULER - STEEL to measure dimension H.

(e)

Use the recorded dimension H and temperature values to identify the correct pressure for the
shock absorber extension.
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-04100-A - NLG Pressure/Extension Data (Weight on Wheels) - Positive
Temperatures)
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-04200-A - NLG Pressure/Extension Data (Weight on Wheels) - Negative
Temperatures)

(f)

Gradually open the control valve of the nitrogen source. Do this until the pressure gage (10)
shows the necessary charging pressure plus or minus 0.5 bar (7.2519 psi).

(g)

Close the control valve of the nitrogen source.

(h)

Do a check of the pressure in the charging equipment. Make sure that the pressure stays stable
for five minutes and there are no leaks.

(i)

Close the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).

Do a check of the NLG shock absorber charge pressure as follows:


(a)

Use a THERMOMETER -45 TO 70 DEG.C (-49 TO 158 DEG.F) to measure and record the
temperature adjacent to the charging valve (6). Make sure that the thermometer touches the
shock absorber outer-cylinder. If possible, measure the temperature at the top part of the cylinder
(through the vent hole) at the aft part of the main fitting.
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-00100-A - NLG Shock Absorber Replenishment - Location and Detail)

(b)

Use the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930) to slowly open the charging valve (6).

(c)

Open the control valve (19) and record the pressure shown on the pressure gage (10).

(d)

Measure and record the shock absorber extension, dimension H.


(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-03400-A - NLG Shock Absorber - Dimension H)

(e)

Use the recorded pressure and temperature values to identify the correct dimension H for the
shock absorber extension. Compare this value with the dimension H you recorded in step (d).
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-04100-A - NLG Pressure/Extension Data (Weight on Wheels) - Positive
Temperatures)
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-04200-A - NLG Pressure/Extension Data (Weight on Wheels) - Negative
Temperatures)

(f)

If the measured H value is the same as the reference value plus or minus 10 mm (0.3937 in.), go
to step (6).

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(5)

If the shock absorber extension, dimension H is incorrect, inflate the NLG shock absorber as follows:
CAUTION :

(6)

ALWAYS ADD NITROGEN SLOWLY WHEN YOU PRESSURIZE THE SHOCK


ABSORBER. IF YOU ADD THE NITROGEN TOO QUICKLY, THE TEMPERATURE WILL
INCREASE AND HAVE AN EFFECT ON THE SHOCK ABSORBER PRESSURE.

(a)

Open the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).

(b)

Use the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930) to open the charging valve (6).

(c)

Gradually open the control valve of the nitrogen source to adjust the shock absorber extension. Do
this until you get the correct value as identified in step (4)(e).

(d)

Close the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).

(e)

Use the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930) to close the charging valve (6).

(f)

Let the pressure become stable, continue after fifteen minutes.

(g)

Repeat steps (a) to (f) until the measured dimension H agrees with the correct value plus or
minus 10 mm (0.3937 in.).

Remove the charging equipment as follows:


(a)

Close the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).

(b)

Use the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930) to close the charging valve (6).

(c)

Close the control valve of the nitrogen source.

(d)

Open the control valve (13) to release the pressure. Remove the nitrogen source from the threeway valve (12). Close the control valve (13).
NOTE :

Do not remove the charging equipment if you do the aircraft-on-jacks measurement after
the aircraft-on-ground measurement. If you do not remove the charging equipment, go to
Para.4.B.

(e)

Remove the pressure gage (10).

(f)

Remove the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930) and the CHARGING EQUIPMENT - FLUID,
STANDARD from the charging valve (6).

(g)

TORQUE the charging valve (6) to between 0.5 and 0.8 M.DAN (44.25 and 70.80 LBF.IN).

(h)

Use SPECIAL MATERIALS (Material No: 05-004B) to do a leak check of the charging valve (6).

(i)

Install the blanking cap (7) on the charging valve (6).

Subtask 12-12-32-582-057-A
B.

Lift the Aircraft on Jacks


(1)

Lift the aircraft on jacks (Ref. TASK 07-11-00-581-001-A) or (Ref. TASK 07-11-00-581-003-A).

Subtask 12-12-32-614-083-A
C.

Measure the Charge Pressure of the NLG Shock Absorber (Aircraft on Jacks)
NOTE :
(1)

AES

The aircraft-on-jack measurement must be done less than eight days after the on-ground measurement.

Make sure that the shock absorber is fully extended. Dimension H must be between 447 mm (17.5984
in.) and 451 mm (17.7559 in.).
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-03400-A - NLG Shock Absorber - Dimension H)

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(2)

Install the CHARGING EQUIPMENT - FLUID, STANDARD on the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930) as
follows:
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-01200-A - NLG Shock Absorber - Filling System)
(a)

Connect the nitrogen source hose (18) to the nitrogen source.

(b)

Connect the nitrogen source hose (18) to the three-way valve (12).

(c)

Connect the filling hose (11) to the three-way valve (12).


NOTE :

(d)

Remove the blanking cap (1) and the plug (7) from the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930).

(e)

Connect the filling hose (11) to the end fitting (2) of the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930).

(f)

Slowly open the control valves (13) and (19) on the three-way valve (12) and the control valve on
the nitrogen source. Blow nitrogen through the charging equipment to bleed the system with
nitrogen.

(g)

Close the control valves (13) and (19) on the three-way valve (12) and the control valve on the
nitrogen source.

CAUTION :

(h)
(3)

(4)

AES

It is recommended to use a filling hose (11) of less than 3 m (9.84 ft.) long. A filling hose
length of more than 3 m (9.84 ft.) will decrease pressure measurement accuracy.

MAKE SURE THAT YOU USE A GAGE WITH THE SPECIFIED PRESSURE RANGE. THIS
IS NECESSARY TO GET AN ACCURATE PRESSURE MEASUREMENT.

Install the GAGE 0 TO 2000 PSI (0 TO 138 BAR) - PRESSURE (10) on the three-way valve
(12).

Install the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930) on the charging valve (6) as follows:
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-00100-A - NLG Shock Absorber Replenishment - Location and Detail)
(a)

Remove the blanking cap (7) from the charging valve (6).

(b)

Move the wrench (9) up to the knurled shoulder (3) and install the FILLING ASSEMBLY
(M21930) on the charging valve (6).

(c)

Turn the core (8) of the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930) clockwise with the knurled shoulder (3).
This will install the seal (4) on the charging valve (6).

Do a check of the charging equipment for leaks as follows:


(a)

Make sure that the charging valve (6) and the control valve (13) on the three-way valve (12) are
closed.

(b)

Slowly open the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).

(c)

Slowly open the control valve of the nitrogen source. Add nitrogen until the pressure shown on the
pressure gage is 19 bar (275.5716 psi).

(d)

Close the control valve of the nitrogen source.

(e)

Let the pressure become stable, continue after a minimum of five minutes. This will make sure
that there are no leaks in the charging equipment.

(f)

Close the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).

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(5)

(6)

Do a check of the NLG shock absorber charge pressure as follows:


(a)

Use a THERMOMETER -45 TO 70 DEG.C (-49 TO 158 DEG.F) to measure and record the
temperature adjacent to the charging valve (6). Make sure that the thermometer touches the
shock absorber outer-cylinder. If possible, measure the temperature at the top part of the cylinder
(through the vent hole) at the aft part of the main fitting.
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-00100-A - NLG Shock Absorber Replenishment - Location and Detail)

(b)

Use the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930) to slowly open the charging valve (6).

(c)

Open the control valve (19) and record the pressure shown on the pressure gage (10).

(d)

Use the table to identify the correct pressure value for the recorded temperature. Compare this
value with the pressure recorded in step (c).
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-04000-A - Pressure/Temperature Table - Shock Absorber Fully Extended)

(e)

If the recorded pressure value is the same as the correct pressure plus or minus 0.5 bar (7.2519
psi), go to step (6).

(f)

If the pressure is incorrect, do the NLG shock absorber oil replenishment and nitrogen filling
procedure (Ref. TASK 12-12-32-611-005-A).

Remove the equipment as follows:


(a)

Close the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).

(b)

Use the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930) to close the charging valve (6).

(c)

Open the control valve (13) to release the pressure. Remove the nitrogen source from the threeway valve (12).

(d)

Remove the pressure gage (10).

(e)

Remove the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930) and the CHARGING EQUIPMENT - FLUID,
STANDARD from the charging valve (6).

(f)

TORQUE the charging valve (6) to between 0.5 and 0.8 M.DAN (44.25 and 70.80 LBF.IN).

WARNING : OBEY THE MANUFACTURERS INSTRUCTIONS WHEN YOU USE THE SPECIAL
MATERIAL.
THIS MATERIAL IS DANGEROUS.
(g)

Use SPECIAL MATERIALS (Material No: 05-004B) to do a leak check of the charging valve (6).

(h)

Install the blanking cap (7) on the charging valve (6).

Subtask 12-12-32-586-055-A
D.

Lower the Aircraft


(1)

5.

Lower the aircraft onto its wheels (Ref. TASK 07-11-00-586-002-A) or (Ref. TASK 07-11-00-586-001A).

Close-up
Subtask 12-12-32-410-055-A
A.

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Close Access
(1)

Remove the SAFETY PIN - NLG DOOR (98D32203502000) from the linkage of each forward NLG door
(Ref. TASK 32-22-00-410-001-A).

(2)

Close the NLG doors (Ref. TASK 32-22-00-410-001-A).

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Subtask 12-12-32-942-073-A
B.

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Removal of the Equipment


(1)

Remove the safety barriers.

(2)

Remove the warning notice(s).

(3)

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

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** On A/C ALL

CHECK THE NLG SHOCK ABSORBER CHARGE


PRESSURE AND EXTENSION (AIRCRAFT ON
GROUND) (REF. TASK 12123261000101)

IS THE NLG CHARGE PRESSURE


AND EXTENSION CORRECT
(REF. TASK 12123261000101)?

NO

ADJUST THE NLG CHARGE PRESSURE SO


THAT IT IS IN THE SPECIFIED LIMITS
(REF. TASK 12123261000101)

YES

LIFT THE AIRCRAFT (REF. TASK 071100581001)


OR (REF. TASK 071100581003)

MEASURE NLG SHOCK ABSORBER CHARGE


PRESSURE (AIRCRAFT ON JACKS)
(REF. TASK 12123261000101)

IS THE NLG CHARGE


PRESSURE CORRECT
(REF. TASK 12123261000101)?

NO

DO A HYDRAULIC FLUID SERVICE


(REF. TASK 121232611005) OR
(REF. TASK 121232611001)

YES

IF NECESSARY, LOWER THE AIRCRAFT


(REF. TASK 071100586001) OR
(REF. TASK 071100586002)

NO MORE MAINTENANCE STEPS ARE NECESSARY

FLOWCHART TASK 12123261000101


CHECK NLG SHOCK ABSORBER FLUID LEVEL AND CHARGE PRESSURE
(TWOPOINT CHECK AIRCRAFT ON JACKS)
N_MM_121232_3_BFM0_01_00

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FIGURE 12-12-32-991-02500-A SHEET 1


NLG Maintenance Plan - Aircraft on Ground to start

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Task 12-12-32-610-002-A
Check of NLG Shock Absorber Charge Pressure and Fluid Level
WARNING : PUT THE SAFETY DEVICES AND THE WARNING NOTICES IN POSITION BEFORE YOU START A
TASK ON OR NEAR:
THE FLIGHT CONTROLS
THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES
THE LANDING GEAR AND THE RELATED DOORS
COMPONENTS THAT MOVE.
WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE GROUND SAFETY-LOCKS ARE IN POSITION ON THE LANDING GEAR AND
DOORS.
WARNING : BE CAREFUL WHEN YOU USE CONSUMABLE MATERIALS. OBEY THE MATERIAL MANUFACTURERS
INSTRUCTIONS AND YOUR LOCAL REGULATIONS.
1.

Reason for the Job


(Ref. MPD 32-21-13-01-)
CHECK OF NLG SHOCK ABSORBER CHARGE PRESSURE AND FLUID LEVEL.

2.

NOTE :

The NLG shock absorber charge pressure and fluid level must be measured with the aircraft in heavy
configuration and in light configuration. This procedure does the heavy configuration check first and then the
light configuration check. If necessary, the light configuration check can be done first followed by the heavy
configuration check, refer to Task 12-12-32-610-002-A01.

NOTE :

This procedure must be done a minimum of 2 hours after the last aircraft operation. This will make sure that
the shock absorber values recorded are accurate.

NOTE :

As an alternative procedure to check the NLG shock absorber charge pressure and fluid level, you can do
Task 12-12-32-610-001-A or Task 12-12-32-610-001-A01. If you do Task 12-12-32-610-001-A or Task
12-12-32-610-001-A01, you must jack the aircraft.

NOTE :

For the tasks completed with the aircraft in a weight-on-wheels configuration, the aircraft must be stable (no
movement of persons in the aircraft).

Job Set-up Information


A.

Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

REFERENCE
No specific

QTY
DESIGNATION
1
ACCESS PLATFORM 2M (6 FT)

No specific

AR

CHARGING EQUIPMENT - FLUID, STANDARD

No specific

GAGE 200 BAR (2900 PSI) - PRESSURE

No specific
No specific

AR
1

NITROGEN COMPRESSED SOURCE - GROUND


RULER - GRADUATED

No specific

AR

SAFETY BARRIER(S)

No specific

THERMOMETER -45 TO 70 DEG.C (-49 TO 158 DEG.F)

No specific

WARNING NOTICE(S)

No specific

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Torque wrench: range to between 0.20 and 3.60 M.DAN (2.00 and 26.00
LBF.FT)

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REFERENCE
98D32203502000
M21930
B.

DESIGNATION

Consumable Materials

REFERENCE
Material No: 05-004B
C.

QTY
2
SAFETY PIN - NLG DOOR
1
FILLING ASSEMBLY

DESIGNATION
SPECIAL MATERIALS
OXYGEN LEAK DETECTOR

Work Zones and Access Panels


ZONE/ACCESS

711

ZONE DESCRIPTION
NOSE GEAR

D.

Referenced Information

REFERENCE
12-12-32-611-005-A

DESIGNATION
NLG Shock Absorber Oil Replenishment and Nitrogen Filling (Aircraft on Jacks)

32-00-00-081-002-A

Removal of the Safety Devices from the Landing Gear Doors

32-00-00-481-001-A

Installation of the Safety Devices on the Landing Gears

32-00-00-481-002-A

Installation of the Safety Devices on the Landing Gear Doors

32-22-00-010-001-A

Nose Gear Doors - Ground Doors Opening

32-22-00-410-001-A

Nose Gear Doors - Ground Doors Closing

(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-02600-A - Limit of the H Dimension)


(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-03400-A - NLG Shock Absorber - Dimension H)
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-03800-A - NLG Maintenance Plan - Aircraft in Heavy Configuration to Start)
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-00100-A - NLG Shock Absorber Replenishment - Location and Detail)
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-02800-A - NLG Shock Absorber - Filling System)
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-04100-A - NLG Pressure/Extension Data (Weight on Wheels) - Positive Temperatures)
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-04200-A - NLG Pressure/Extension Data (Weight on Wheels) - Negative Temperatures)
3.

Job Set-up
Subtask 12-12-32-941-075-A
A.

Safety Precautions
(1)

Put the safety barriers in position.

(2)

Make sure that the ground safety locks are installed on the landing gear (Ref. TASK 32-00-00-481-001A).

(3)

On panel 400VU, make sure that the landing-gear control-lever 6GA is in the DOWN position.

(4)

Put a WARNING NOTICE(S) on panel 400VU, to tell persons not to operate the landing-gear controls.

(5)

Put a WARNING NOTICE(S) in position to tell persons not to operate the NLG doors.

Subtask 12-12-32-010-056-A
B.

Get Access
WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE TRAVEL RANGES OF THE LANDING GEAR DOORS ARE CLEAR.

AES

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4.

(1)

Open the NLG doors (Ref. TASK 32-22-00-010-001-A).

(2)

Install the SAFETY PIN - NLG DOOR (98D32203502000) in the linkage of each forward NLG door
(Ref. TASK 32-00-00-481-002-A).

(3)

Put the ACCESS PLATFORM 2M (6 FT) in position below the NLG.

Procedure
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-02600-A - Limit of the H Dimension)
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-03400-A - NLG Shock Absorber - Dimension H)
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-03800-A - NLG Maintenance Plan - Aircraft in Heavy Configuration to Start)
Subtask 12-12-32-614-084-A
A.

Measure the NLG Shock Absorber Nitrogen Pressure and Fluid Level in Heavy Aircraft Configuration
NOTE :

Use a STEEL - RULER - GRADUATED 1 mm (0.0394 in.) to measure and record the shock absorber
extension, dimension H.

(1)

Use a CONTACT DIGITAL THERMOMETER -45 TO 70 DEG.C (-49 TO 158 DEG.F), ACCURACY
plus or minus 2 DEG.C (35.60 DEG.F) to measure and record the temperature adjacent to the charging
valve (6). Make sure that the thermometer touches the shock absorber outer-cylinder. If possible,
measure the temperature at the top part of the cylinder (through the vent hole) at the aft part of the
main fitting.
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-00100-A - NLG Shock Absorber Replenishment - Location and Detail)

(2)

Read the values H1 and H2 for the aircraft in the related figure for the recorded temperature.
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-02600-A - Limit of the H Dimension)

CAUTION :

(3)

MAKE SURE THAT THE AIRCRAFT WEIGHT AND BALANCE STAY IN THE SPECIFIED
LIMITS WHILE YOU SELECT A CORRECT CONFIGURATION.

Put the aircraft in a heavy configuration so that dimension H is between H1 and H2.
NOTE :

(4)

To get the necessary Center of Gravity (CG) and weight configuration for this task refer to the
TSM Task 32-31-00-810-876. This Task gives the H values for each aircraft weight and CG.
The aircraft must be in the heavy configuration as follows:
. operational Empty Weight (OEW), aircraft full of fuel and with no load.

Install the CHARGING EQUIPMENT - FLUID, STANDARD on the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930) as
follows:
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-00100-A - NLG Shock Absorber Replenishment - Location and Detail)
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-02800-A - NLG Shock Absorber - Filling System)
(a)

Connect the nitrogen source hose (16) to the NITROGEN COMPRESSED SOURCE - GROUND.

(b)

Connect the nitrogen source hose (16) to the three-way valve (13).

(c)

Connect the filling hose (12) to the three-way valve (13).


NOTE :

AES

The filling hose (12) length must not be more than 3 m (9.84 ft.).

(d)

Remove the plug (5) from the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930).

(e)

Connect the filling hose (12) to the end fitting (1) of the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930).

(f)

Slowly open the control valves (14) and (15) on the three-way valve (13) and the control valve on
the nitrogen source. Blow nitrogen through the charging equipment to bleed the system.

(g)

Close the control valve on the nitrogen source.

(h)

Close the control valves (14) and (15) on the three-way valve (13).

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CAUTION :

(i)
(5)

(6)

Install the GAGE 200 BAR (2900 PSI) - PRESSURE ACCURACY 0.5 bar (7.2519 psi) (11) on the
three-way valve (13).

Install the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930) on the charging valve (6) as follows:
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-00100-A - NLG Shock Absorber Replenishment - Location and Detail)
(a)

Remove the blanking cap (7) from the charging valve (6).

(b)

Move the wrench (9) up to the knurled shoulder (3) and install the FILLING ASSEMBLY
(M21930) on the charging valve (6).

(c)

Turn the core (8) of the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930) clockwise with the knurled shoulder (3).
This will install the seal (4) on the charging valve (6).

Do a check of the CHARGING EQUIPMENT - FLUID, STANDARD for leaks as follows:


(a)

Make sure that the charging valve (6) and the control valve (14) on the three-way valve (13) are
closed.

(b)

Slowly open the control valve (15) on the three-way valve (13).

(c)

Use a CONTACT DIGITAL THERMOMETER -45 TO 70 DEG.C (-49 TO 158 DEG.F), to


measure and record the temperature of the NLG shock absorber adjacent to the charging valve
(6). Make sure that the thermometer touches the shock absorber outer-cylinder.
NOTE :

AES

MAKE SURE THAT YOU USE A GAGE WITH THE SPECIFIED PRESSURE RANGE (0
BAR TO 200 BAR AND ACCURATE TO +/- 0.5 BAR). THIS IS NECESSARY TO GET AN
ACCURATE PRESSURE MEASUREMENT.

If possible, measure the temperature at the top part of the cylinder (through the vent
hole) at the aft part of the main fitting.
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-00100-A - NLG Shock Absorber Replenishment - Location and
Detail)

(d)

Measure and record the shock absorber extension, dimension H.


(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-03400-A - NLG Shock Absorber - Dimension H)

(e)

Use the recorded dimension H and the temperature values to identify the correct pressure for the
shock absorber extension.
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-04100-A - NLG Pressure/Extension Data (Weight on Wheels) - Positive
Temperatures)
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-04200-A - NLG Pressure/Extension Data (Weight on Wheels) - Negative
Temperatures)

(f)

Slowly open the control valve of the nitrogen source. Add nitrogen until the pressure read on the
pressure gage is the same as the correct pressure plus or minus 0.5 bar (7.2519 psi).

(g)

Close the control valve of the nitrogen source.

(h)

After the pressure has been adjusted, wait for a minimum of 5 minutes to make sure that the
pressure is stable. This will make sure that there are no leaks in the charging equipment.

(i)

Close control valve (15) on the three-way valve (13).

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(7)

Do a check of the NLG shock absorber charge pressure as follows:


(a)

Use a CONTACT DIGITAL THERMOMETER -45 TO 70 DEG.C (-49 TO 158 DEG.F), to


measure and record the temperature of the NLG shock absorber adjacent to the charging valve
(6). Make sure that the thermometer touches the shock absorber outer-cylinder.
NOTE :

(8)

(b)

Slowly open the charging valve (6) with the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930).

(c)

Slowly open the control valve (15) on the three-way valve (13). Read and record the pressure
shown on the pressure gage (11).

(d)

Measure and record the shock absorber extension, dimension H.


(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-03400-A - NLG Shock Absorber - Dimension H)

(e)

Use the pressure and temperature value tables to identify the correct dimension H for the shock
absorber extension. Compare this value with the dimension H you recorded in step (7)(d).
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-04100-A - NLG Pressure/Extension Data (Weight on Wheels) - Positive
Temperatures)
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-04200-A - NLG Pressure/Extension Data (Weight on Wheels) - Negative
Temperatures)

(f)

If the value of dimension H you recorded is the same as the correct dimension H value plus or
minus 10 mm (0.3937 in.) , do step (9).

(g)

If the difference between the value of dimension H you recorded and the correct dimension H
value is more than 10 mm (0.3937 in.), do step (8).

Inflate the NLG shock absorber as follows:


CAUTION :

ALWAYS ADD NITROGEN SLOWLY WHEN YOU PRESSURIZE THE SHOCK


ABSORBER. IF YOU ADD THE NITROGEN TOO QUICKLY, THE TEMPERATURE WILL
INCREASE AND HAVE AN EFFECT ON THE SHOCK ABSORBER PRESSURE.

(a)

Slowly open the control valve of the nitrogen source. Inflate the shock absorber with nitrogen until
the dimension H is correct as recorded in step (7)(e).

(b)

Continue to inflate the shock absorber until the shock absorber extends by 30 mm (1.1811 in.)
more.

(c)

When the pressure has become stable, record the pressure shown on the pressure gage (11).

(d)

Slowly open the control valve (14) on the three-way valve (13). Deflate the shock absorber until
the dimension H is correct as recorded in step (7)(e).
NOTE :

AES

If possible, measure the temperature at the top part of the cylinder (through the vent
hole) at the aft part of the main fitting.
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-00100-A - NLG Shock Absorber Replenishment - Location and
Detail)

Steps (b) thru (d) are to decrease the effect of the friction in the shock absorber on the
measured value of the dimension H.

(e)

Close the control valve (15) on the three-way valve (13).

(f)

Wait for a minimum of 10 minutes to let the pressure become stable in the shock absorber.

(g)

Open the control valve (15) and measure and record the pressure on the pressure gage (11).

(h)

Check that the dimension H compares with the correct dimension H plus or minus 10 mm (0.3937
in.) as recorded in step (7)(e).

(i)

If necessary, do steps (8)(a) thru (h) again to adjust dimension H.

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(9)

When the dimension H is correct, close the control valve (15) on the three-way valve (13).

(10) Close the charging valve (6) with the FILLING ASSEMBLY.
(11) Close the control valve of the nitrogen source.
(12) Slowly open the control valve (14) to release the pressure in the charging system.
(13) Make sure that the measured dimension H is between the values H1 and H2.
(14) If the recorded dimension H is not between the values H1 and H2, the aircraft is not in a correct
configuration. Put the aircraft in a heavy configuration so that the dimension H is between H1 and H2,
related to the type of the aircraft.
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-03400-A - NLG Shock Absorber - Dimension H)
NOTE :

Do not remove the charging equipment and the filling assembly if you do the light aircraft
configuration measurement after the heavy aircraft configuration measurement. If you do not
remove the charging equipment and the filling assembly go to Para.4.B.(7).

(15) Remove the nitrogen source hose (16) from the nitrogen source.
(16) Remove the pressure gage (11).
(17) Remove the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930) and the CHARGING EQUIPMENT - FLUID, STANDARD.
(18) TORQUE the charging valve (6) to between 0.5 and 0.8 M.DAN (44.25 and 70.80 LBF.IN).
WARNING : BE CAREFUL WHEN YOU USE THE CONSUMABLE MATERIAL(S). YOU MUST OBEY THE
OPERATORS AND MANUFACTURERS HEALTH AND SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS.
(19) Use SPECIAL MATERIALS (Material No: 05-004B) to do a leak check of the charging valve (6).
(20) Install the blanking cap (7) on the charging valve (6).
Subtask 12-12-32-614-086-A
B.

Measure the NLG Shock Absorber Nitrogen Pressure and Fluid Level in Light Aircraft Configuration
NOTE :

The light aircraft pressure and stroke measurement must be done less than 8 days after the heavy
aircraft pressure and stroke measurement.

NOTE :

Use a STEEL - RULER - GRADUATED - 1 mm (0.0394 in.) to measure and record the shock absorber
extension, dimension H.

(1)

Use a CONTACT DIGITAL THERMOMETER -45 TO 70 DEG.C (-49 TO 158 DEG.F), ACCURACY
plus or minus 2 DEG.C (35.60 DEG.F) to measure and record the temperature adjacent to the charging
valve (6). Make sure that the thermometer touches the shock absorber outer-cylinder. If possible,
measure the temperature at the top part of the cylinder (through the vent hole) at the aft part of the
main fitting.
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-00100-A - NLG Shock Absorber Replenishment - Location and Detail)

(2)

Read the values H3 and H4 in the Figure for the aircraft for the related recorded temperature.
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-02600-A - Limit of the H Dimension)

CAUTION :

AES

MAKE SURE THAT THE AIRCRAFT WEIGHT AND BALANCE STAY IN THE SPECIFIED
LIMITS WHILE YOU SELECT A CORRECT CONFIGURATION.

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(3)

Put the aircraft in a light configuration so that the dimension H is between H3 and H4.
NOTE :

(4)

To get the necessary Center of Gravity (CG) and weight configuration for this task refer to the
TSM Task 32-31-00-810-876. This tasks gives the H values for each aircraft weight and CG.
The aircraft is near to its lightest empty weight:
. aircraft defueled and with no load.

Install the CHARGING EQUIPMENT - FLUID, STANDARD on the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930) as
follows:
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-00100-A - NLG Shock Absorber Replenishment - Location and Detail)
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-02800-A - NLG Shock Absorber - Filling System)
(a)

Connect the nitrogen source hose (16) to the NITROGEN COMPRESSED SOURCE - GROUND.

(b)

Connect the nitrogen source hose (16) to the three-way valve (13).

(c)

Connect the filling hose (12) to the three-way valve (13).


NOTE :

(d)

Remove the plug (5) from the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930).

(e)

Connect the filling hose (12) to the end fitting (1) of the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930).

(f)

Slowly open the control valves (14) and (15) on the three-way valve (13) and the control valve on
the nitrogen source. Blow nitrogen through the charging equipment to bleed the system.

(g)

Close the control valve on the nitrogen source.

(h)

Close the control valves (14) and (15) on the three-way valve (13).

CAUTION :

(i)
(5)

(6)

AES

The filling hose (12) length must not be more than 3 m (9.84 ft.).

MAKE SURE THAT YOU USE A GAGE WITH THE SPECIFIED PRESSURE RANGE (0
BAR TO 200 BAR AND ACCURATE TO +/- 0.5 BAR). THIS IS NECESSARY TO GET AN
ACCURATE PRESSURE MEASUREMENT.

Install the GAGE 200 BAR (2900 PSI) - PRESSURE ACCURACY 0.5 bar (7.2519 psi) (11) on the
three-way valve (13).

Install the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930) on the charging valve (6) as follows:
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-00100-A - NLG Shock Absorber Replenishment - Location and Detail)
(a)

Remove the blanking cap (7) from the charging valve (6).

(b)

Move the wrench (9) up to the knurled shoulder (3) and install the FILLING ASSEMBLY
(M21930) on the charging valve (6).

(c)

Turn the core (8) of the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930) clockwise with the knurled shoulder (3).
This will install the seal (4) on the charging valve (6).

Do a check of the CHARGING EQUIPMENT - FLUID, STANDARD for leaks as follows:


(a)

Make sure that the charging valve (6) and the control valve (14) on the three-way valve (13) are
closed.

(b)

Slowly open the control valve (15) on the three-way valve (13).

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(c)

Use a CONTACT DIGITAL THERMOMETER -45 TO 70 DEG.C (-49 TO 158 DEG.F), to


measure and record the temperature of the NLG shock absorber adjacent to the charging valve
(6). Make sure that the thermometer touches the shock absorber outer-cylinder.
NOTE :

(7)

(d)

Measure and record the shock absorber extension, dimension H.


(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-03400-A - NLG Shock Absorber - Dimension H)

(e)

Use the recorded dimension H and the temperature values to identify the correct pressure for the
shock absorber extension.
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-04100-A - NLG Pressure/Extension Data (Weight on Wheels) - Positive
Temperatures)
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-04200-A - NLG Pressure/Extension Data (Weight on Wheels) - Negative
Temperatures)

(f)

Slowly open the control valve of the nitrogen source. Add nitrogen until the pressure read on the
pressure gage is the same as the correct pressure plus or minus 0.5 bar (7.2519 psi).

(g)

Close the control valve of the nitrogen source.

(h)

After the pressure has been adjusted, wait for a minimum of 5 minutes to make sure that the
pressure is stable. This will make sure that there are no leaks in the charging equipment.

(i)

Close control valve (15) on the three-way valve (13).

Do a check of the NLG shock absorber charge pressure as follows:


(a)

Use a CONTACT DIGITAL THERMOMETER -45 TO 70 DEG.C (-49 TO 158 DEG.F), to


measure and record the temperature of the NLG shock absorber adjacent to the charging valve
(6). Make sure that the thermometer touches the shock absorber outer-cylinder.
NOTE :

AES

If possible, measure the temperature at the top part of the cylinder (through the vent
hole) at the aft part of the main fitting.
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-00100-A - NLG Shock Absorber Replenishment - Location and
Detail)

If possible, measure the temperature at the top part of the cylinder (through the vent
hole) at the aft part of the main fitting.
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-00100-A - NLG Shock Absorber Replenishment - Location and
Detail)

(b)

Slowly open the charging valve (6) with the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930).

(c)

Slowly open the control valve (15) on the three-way valve (13).

(d)

Read and record the pressure shown on the pressure gage (11).

(e)

Measure and record the shock absorber extension, dimension H.


(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-03400-A - NLG Shock Absorber - Dimension H)

(f)

Use the pressure and temperature value tables to identify the correct dimension H for the shock
absorber extension. Compare this value with the dimension H you recorded in step (7)(e).
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-04100-A - NLG Pressure/Extension Data (Weight on Wheels) - Positive
Temperatures)
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-04200-A - NLG Pressure/Extension Data (Weight on Wheels) - Negative
Temperatures)

(g)

If the value of dimension H you recorded is the same as the correct dimension H value plus or
minus 10 mm (0.3937 in.) , do step (8).

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(h)

(8)

(9)

If the difference between the value of dimension H you recorded and the correct dimension H
value is more than 10 mm (0.3937 in.):
. do the NLG Shock Absorber Oil Replenishment and Nitrogen Filling procedure (Ref. TASK
12-12-32-611-005-A).

Remove the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930) and the CHARGING EQUIPMENT - FLUID, STANDARD
as follows:
(a)

Close the control valve (15) on the three-way valve (13).

(b)

Close the charging valve (6) with the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930).

(c)

Close the control valve of the nitrogen source.

(d)

Slowly open the control valve (14) to release the pressure and remove the nitrogen source from
the three-way valve (13).

(e)

Remove the pressure gage (11).

(f)

Remove the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930) and the CHARGING EQUIPMENT - FLUID,
STANDARD from the charging valve (6).

TORQUE the charging valve (6) to between 0.5 and 0.8 M.DAN (44.25 and 70.80 LBF.IN).

WARNING : BE CAREFUL WHEN YOU USE THE CONSUMABLE MATERIAL(S). YOU MUST OBEY THE
OPERATORS AND MANUFACTURERS HEALTH AND SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS.
(10) Use SPECIAL MATERIALS (Material No: 05-004B) to do a leak check of the charging valve (6).
(11) Install the blanking cap (7) on the charging valve (6).
5.

Close-up
Subtask 12-12-32-410-056-A
A.

Close Access
(1)

Remove the SAFETY PIN - NLG DOOR (98D32203502000) from the linkage of each forward NLG door
(Ref. TASK 32-00-00-081-002-A).

(2)

Close the NLG doors (Ref. TASK 32-22-00-410-001-A).

Subtask 12-12-32-942-074-A
B.

AES

Removal of the Equipment.


(1)

Remove the SAFETY BARRIER(S).

(2)

Remove the warning notice(s).

(3)

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

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200
H4

180
160

H3

H AIRCRAFT (mm)

140

H2

120
H1

100
80
60
40
20
0
20

10

10

20

30

40

TEMPERATURE (C)

N_MM_121232_3_TAM0_01_00

AES

FIGURE 12-12-32-991-02600-A SHEET 1


Limit of the H Dimension

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PUT THE AIRCRAFT IN HEAVY CONFIGURATION


(REF. TASK 121232610002)

MEASURE THE NLG SHOCK ABSORBER CHARGE


PRESSURE AND EXTENSION (AIRCRAFT ON WHEELS)
(REF. TASK 121232610002)

IS THE NLG
SHOCK ABSORBER
EXTENSION CORRECT?
(REF. TASK 121232610002)

NO

ADJUST THE NLG SHOCK ABSORBER EXTENSION


SO THAT IT IS IN THE SPECIFIED LIMITS
(REF. TASK 121232610002)

NO

DO A NLG SHOCK ABSORBER OIL REPLENISHMENT


AND NITROGEN FILLING
(REF. TASK 121232611005) OR
(REF. TASK 121232611001)

YES

PUT THE AIRCRAFT IN LIGHT CONFIGURATION


(REF. TASK 121232610002)

MEASURE THE NLG SHOCK ABSORBER CHARGE


PRESSURE AND EXTENSION (AIRCRAFT ON WHEELS)
(REF. TASK 121232610002)

IS THE NLG
SHOCK ABSORBER
EXTENSION CORRECT?
(REF. TASK 121232610002)

YES

NO MORE MAINTENANCE STEPS ARE NECESSARY

FLOWCHART
CHECK OF NLG SHOCK ABSORBER CHARGE PRESSURE AND FLUID LEVEL
(TWOPOINT CHECK AIRCRAFT ON WHEELS)
N_MM_121232_3_BKM0_01_01

AES

FIGURE 12-12-32-991-03800-A SHEET 1


NLG Maintenance Plan - Aircraft in Heavy Configuration to
Start

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11
12

FILLING ASSEMBLY
(M21930)

CONTROL VALVE
15

13
14

16

NITROGEN
SOURCE
11
12
13
14
15
16

PRESSURE GAGE
FILLING HOSE
THREEWAY VALVE
CONTROL VALVE
CONTROL VALVE
NITROGEN SOURCE HOSE

N_MM_121232_3_APN0_01_00

AES

FIGURE 12-12-32-991-02800-A SHEET 1


NLG Shock Absorber - Filling System

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Task 12-12-32-610-002-A-01
Check of NLG Shock Absorber Charge Pressure and Fluid Level
WARNING : PUT THE SAFETY DEVICES AND THE WARNING NOTICES IN POSITION BEFORE YOU START A
TASK ON OR NEAR:
THE FLIGHT CONTROLS
THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES
THE LANDING GEAR AND THE RELATED DOORS
COMPONENTS THAT MOVE.
WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE GROUND SAFETY-LOCKS ARE IN POSITION ON THE LANDING GEAR AND
DOORS.
WARNING : BE CAREFUL WHEN YOU USE CONSUMABLE MATERIALS. OBEY THE MATERIAL MANUFACTURERS
INSTRUCTIONS AND YOUR LOCAL REGULATIONS.
1.

Reason for the Job


(Ref. MPD 32-21-13-01-)
CHECK OF NLG SHOCK ABSORBER CHARGE PRESSURE AND FLUID LEVEL.

2.

NOTE :

The NLG shock absorber charge pressure and fluid level must be measured with the aircraft in light
configuration and in heavy configuration. This procedure does the light configuration check first and then the
heavy configuration check. If necessary, the heavy configuration check can be done first followed by the light
configuration check, refer to Task 12-12-32-610-002-A.

NOTE :

This procedure must be done a minimum of 2 hours after the last aircraft operation. This will make sure that
the shock absorber values recorded are accurate.

NOTE :

As an alternative procedure to check the NLG shock absorber charge pressure and fluid level, you can do
Task 12-12-32-610-001-A or Task 12-12-32-610-001-A01. If you do Task 12-12-32-610-001-A or Task
12-12-32-610-001-A01, you must lift the aircraft on jacks.

NOTE :

For the tasks completed with the aircraft in a weight-on-wheels configuration, the aircraft must be stable (no
movement of persons in the aircraft).

Job Set-up Information


A.

Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

REFERENCE
No specific

QTY
DESIGNATION
1
ACCESS PLATFORM 2M (6 FT)

No specific

AR

CHARGING EQUIPMENT - FLUID, STANDARD

No specific

GAGE 200 BAR (2900 PSI) - PRESSURE

No specific

RULER - GRADUATED

No specific

AR

SAFETY BARRIER(S)

No specific

THERMOMETER -45 TO 70 DEG.C (-49 TO 158 DEG.F)

No specific

WARNING NOTICE(S)

No specific
98D32203502000

AES

Torque wrench: range to between 0.20 and 3.60 M.DAN (2.00 and 26.00
LBF.FT)
2

SAFETY PIN - NLG DOOR

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REFERENCE
M21930
B.

DESIGNATION

Consumable Materials

REFERENCE
Material No: 05-004B
C.

QTY
1
FILLING ASSEMBLY

DESIGNATION
SPECIAL MATERIALS
OXYGEN LEAK DETECTOR

Work Zones and Access Panels


ZONE/ACCESS

711

ZONE DESCRIPTION
NOSE GEAR

D.

Referenced Information

REFERENCE
12-12-32-611-005-A

DESIGNATION
NLG Shock Absorber Oil Replenishment and Nitrogen Filling (Aircraft on Jacks)

32-00-00-081-002-A

Removal of the Safety Devices from the Landing Gear Doors

32-00-00-481-001-A

Installation of the Safety Devices on the Landing Gears

32-00-00-481-002-A

Installation of the Safety Devices on the Landing Gear Doors

32-22-00-010-001-A

Nose Gear Doors - Ground Doors Opening

32-22-00-410-001-A

Nose Gear Doors - Ground Doors Closing

(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-03400-A - NLG Shock Absorber - Dimension H)


(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-03900-A - NLG Maintenance Plan - Aircraft in Light Configuration to Start)
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-00100-A - NLG Shock Absorber Replenishment - Location and Detail)
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-02600-A - Limit of the H Dimension)
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-02800-A - NLG Shock Absorber - Filling System)
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-04100-A - NLG Pressure/Extension Data (Weight on Wheels) - Positive Temperatures)
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-04200-A - NLG Pressure/Extension Data (Weight on Wheels) - Negative Temperatures)
3.

Job Set-up
Subtask 12-12-32-941-076-A
A.

Safety Precautions
(1)

Put the safety barriers in position.

(2)

Make sure that the ground safety locks are installed on the landing gear (Ref. TASK 32-00-00-481-001A).

(3)

On panel 400VU, make sure that the landing-gear control-lever 6GA is in the DOWN position.

(4)

Put a WARNING NOTICE(S) on panel 400VU, to tell persons not to operate the landing-gear controls.

(5)

Put a WARNING NOTICE(S) in position to tell persons not to operate the NLG doors.

Subtask 12-12-32-010-057-A
B.

Get Access
WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE TRAVEL RANGES OF THE LANDING GEAR DOORS ARE CLEAR.

AES

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4.

(1)

Open the NLG doors (Ref. TASK 32-22-00-010-001-A).

(2)

Install the SAFETY PIN - NLG DOOR (98D32203502000) in the linkage of each forward NLG door
(Ref. TASK 32-00-00-481-002-A).

(3)

Put the ACCESS PLATFORM 2M (6 FT) in position at the NLG.

Procedure
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-03400-A - NLG Shock Absorber - Dimension H)
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-03900-A - NLG Maintenance Plan - Aircraft in Light Configuration to Start)
Subtask 12-12-32-614-085-A
A.

Measure the NLG Shock Absorber Nitrogen Pressure and Fluid Level in Light Aircraft Configuration
NOTE :

Use a STEEL - RULER - GRADUATED ACCURACY plus or minus 1 MM (0.04 IN.) to measure and
record the shock absorber extension, dimension H.

(1)

Use a CONTACT DIGITAL THERMOMETER -45 TO 70 DEG.C (-49 TO 158 DEG.F), ACCURACY
plus or minus 2 DEG.C (35.60 DEG.F) to measure and record the temperature adjacent to the charging
valve (6). Make sure that the thermometer touches the shock absorber outer-cylinder. If possible,
measure the temperature at the top part of the cylinder (through the vent hole) at the aft part of the
main fitting.
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-00100-A - NLG Shock Absorber Replenishment - Location and Detail)

(2)

Read the values H3 and H4 in the Figure for the aircraft for the related recorded temperature.
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-02600-A - Limit of the H Dimension)

CAUTION :

(3)

MAKE SURE THAT THE AIRCRAFT WEIGHT AND BALANCE STAY IN THE SPECIFIED
LIMITS WHILE YOU SELECT A CORRECT CONFIGURATION.

Put the aircraft in a light configuration so that the dimension H is between H3 and H4.
NOTE :

(4)

To get the necessary Center of Gravity (CG) and weight configuration for this task refer to the
TSM Task 32-31-00-810-876. This tasks gives the H values for each aircraft weight and CG.
The aircraft is near to its lightest empty weight:
. aircraft defueled and with no load.

Install the CHARGING EQUIPMENT - FLUID, STANDARD on the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930) as
follows:
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-00100-A - NLG Shock Absorber Replenishment - Location and Detail)
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-02800-A - NLG Shock Absorber - Filling System)
(a)

Connect the nitrogen supply hose (16) to the nitrogen source.

(b)

Connect the nitrogen supply hose (16) to the three-way valve (13).

(c)

Connect the filling hose (12) to the three-way valve (13).


NOTE :

AES

The filling hose (12) length must not be more than 3 m (9.84 ft.).

(d)

Remove the plug (5) from the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930).

(e)

Connect the filling hose (12) to the end fitting (1) of the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930).

(f)

Slowly open the control valves (14) and (15) on the three-way valve (13) and the control valve on
the nitrogen source. Blow nitrogen through the charging equipment to bleed the system.

(g)

Close the control valve on the nitrogen source.

(h)

Close the control valves (14) and (15) on the three-way valve (13).

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CAUTION :

(i)
(5)

(6)

Install the GAGE 200 BAR (2900 PSI) - PRESSURE ACCURACY 0.5 bar (7.2519 psi) (11) on the
three-way valve (13).

Install the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930) on the charging valve (6) as follows:
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-00100-A - NLG Shock Absorber Replenishment - Location and Detail)
(a)

Remove the blanking cap (7) from the charging valve (6).

(b)

Move the wrench (9) up to the knurled shoulder (3) and install the FILLING ASSEMBLY
(M21930) on the charging valve (6).

(c)

Turn the core (8) of the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930) clockwise with the knurled shoulder (3).
This will install the seal (4) on the charging valve (6).

Do a check of the charging equipment for leaks as follows:


(a)

Make sure the charging valve (6) and the control valve (14) on the three-way valve (13) are
closed.

(b)

Slowly open the control valve (15) on the three-way valve (13).

(c)

Use a CONTACT DIGITAL THERMOMETER -45 TO 70 DEG.C (-49 TO 158 DEG.F),


ACCURACY plus or minus 2 DEG.C (35.60 DEG.F) to measure and record the temperature
adjacent to the charging valve (6). Make sure that the thermometer touches the shock absorber
outer-cylinder.
NOTE :

AES

MAKE SURE THAT YOU USE A GAGE WITH THE SPECIFIED PRESSURE RANGE (0
BAR TO 200 BAR AND ACCURATE TO +/- 0.5 BAR). THIS IS NECESSARY TO GET AN
ACCURATE PRESSURE MEASUREMENT.

If possible, measure the temperature at the top part of the cylinder (through the vent
hole) at the aft part of the main fitting.
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-00100-A - NLG Shock Absorber Replenishment - Location and
Detail)

(d)

Measure and record the shock absorber extension, dimension H.


(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-03400-A - NLG Shock Absorber - Dimension H)

(e)

Use the recorded dimension H and the temperature values to identify the correct pressure for the
shock absorber extension.
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-04100-A - NLG Pressure/Extension Data (Weight on Wheels) - Positive
Temperatures)
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-04200-A - NLG Pressure/Extension Data (Weight on Wheels) - Negative
Temperatures)

(f)

Slowly open the control valve of the nitrogen source. Add nitrogen until the pressure read on the
pressure gage is the same as the correct pressure plus or minus 0.5 bar (7.2519 psi).

(g)

Close the control valve of the nitrogen source.

(h)

After the pressure has been adjusted, wait for a minimum of 5 minutes to make sure that the
pressure is stable. This will make sure that there are no leaks in the charging equipment.

(i)

Close the control valve (15) on the three-way valve (13).

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Do a check of the NLG shock absorber charge pressure as follows:


(a)

Use a CONTACT DIGITAL THERMOMETER -45 TO 70 DEG.C (-49 TO 158 DEG.F),


ACCURACY plus or minus 2 DEG.C (35.60 DEG.F) to measure and record the temperature
adjacent to the charging valve (6). Make sure that the thermometer touches the shock absorber
outer-cylinder.
NOTE :

(8)

(b)

Slowly open the charging valve (6) with the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930).

(c)

Slowly open the control valve (15) on the three-way valve (13).

(d)

Read and record the pressure shown on the pressure gage (11).

(e)

Measure and record the shock absorber extension, dimension H.


(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-03400-A - NLG Shock Absorber - Dimension H)

(f)

Use the pressure and temperature value tables to identify the correct dimension H for the shock
absorber extension. Compare this value with the dimension H you recorded in step (7)(e).
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-04100-A - NLG Pressure/Extension Data (Weight on Wheels) - Positive
Temperatures)
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-04200-A - NLG Pressure/Extension Data (Weight on Wheels) - Negative
Temperatures)

(g)

If the value of dimension H you recorded is the same as the correct dimension H value plus or
minus 10 mm (0.3937 in.), do step (9).

(h)

If the difference between the value of dimension H you recorded and the correct dimension H
value is more than 10 mm (0.3937 in.), do step (8).

Inflate the NLG shock absorber as follows:


CAUTION :

ALWAYS ADD NITROGEN SLOWLY WHEN YOU PRESSURIZE THE SHOCK


ABSORBER. IF YOU ADD THE NITROGEN TOO QUICKLY, THE TEMPERATURE WILL
INCREASE AND HAVE AN EFFECT ON THE SHOCK ABSORBER PRESSURE.

(a)

Slowly open the control valve of the nitrogen source. Inflate the shock absorber with nitrogen until
the dimension H is correct as recorded in step (7)(e).

(b)

Continue to inflate the shock absorber until the shock absorber extends by 30 mm (1.1811 in.)
more.

(c)

When the pressure has become stable, record the pressure shown on the pressure gage (11).

(d)

Slowly open the control valve (14) on the three-way valve (13). Deflate the shock absorber until
the dimension H is correct as recorded in step (7)(e).
NOTE :

AES

If possible, measure the temperature at the top part of the cylinder (through the vent
hole) at the aft part of the main fitting.
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-00100-A - NLG Shock Absorber Replenishment - Location and
Detail)

Steps (b) thru (d) are to decrease the effect of the friction in the shock absorber on the
measured value of the dimension H.

(e)

Close the control valve (15) on the three-way valve (13).

(f)

Wait for a minimum of 10 minutes to let the pressure become stable in the shock absorber.

(g)

Open the control valve (15) and measure and record the pressure on the pressure gage (11).

(h)

Check that the dimension H compares with the correct dimension H plus or minus 10 mm (0.3937
in.) as recorded in step (7)(e).

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(i)
(9)

If necessary, do steps (8)(a) thru (h) again to adjust dimension H.

When the dimension H is correct, close the control valve (15) on the three-way valve (13).

(10) Close the charging valve (6) with the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930).
(11) Close the control valve of the nitrogen source.
(12) Slowly open the control valve (14) to release the pressure in the charging system.
(13) Make sure that the measured dimension H is between the values H1 and H2.
(14) If the recorded dimension H is not between the values H1 and H2, the aircraft is not in a correct
configuration. Put the aircraft in a heavy configuration so that the dimension H is between H1 and H2,
related to the type of the aircraft.
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-03400-A - NLG Shock Absorber - Dimension H)
NOTE :

Do not remove the charging equipment and the filling assembly if you do the light aircraft
configuration measurement after the heavy aircraft configuration measurement. If you do not
remove the charging equipment and the filling assembly go to Para 4.B.(7).

(15) Remove the nitrogen source hose (16) from the nitrogen source.
(16) Remove the pressure gage (11).
(17) Remove the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930) and the CHARGING EQUIPMENT - FLUID, STANDARD.
(18) TORQUE the charging valve (6) to between 0.5 and 0.8 M.DAN (44.25 and 70.80 LBF.IN).
WARNING : BE CAREFUL WHEN YOU USE THE CONSUMABLE MATERIAL(S). YOU MUST OBEY THE
OPERATORS AND MANUFACTURERS HEALTH AND SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS.
(19) Use SPECIAL MATERIALS (Material No: 05-004B) to do a leak check of the charging valve (6).
(20) Install the blanking cap (7) on the charging valve (6).
Subtask 12-12-32-614-087-A
B.

Measure the NLG Shock Absorber Nitrogen Pressure and Fluid Level in Heavy Aircraft Configuration
NOTE :

The light aircraft pressure and stroke measurement must be done less than 8 days after the heavy
aircraft pressure and stroke measurement.

NOTE :

Use a STEEL - RULER - GRADUATED ACCURACY plus or minus 1 MM (0.04 IN.) to measure and
record the shock absorber extension, dimension H.

(1)

Use a CONTACT DIGITAL THERMOMETER -45 TO 70 DEG.C (-49 TO 158 DEG.F), ACCURACY
plus or minus 2 DEG.C (35.60 DEG.F) to measure and record the temperature adjacent to the charging
valve (6). Make sure that the thermometer touches the shock absorber outer-cylinder. If possible,
measure the temperature at the top part of the cylinder (through the vent hole) at the aft part of the
main fitting.
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-00100-A - NLG Shock Absorber Replenishment - Location and Detail)

(2)

Read the values H1 and H2 for the aircraft in the related Figure for the recorded temperature.
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-02600-A - Limit of the H Dimension)
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-03400-A - NLG Shock Absorber - Dimension H)

CAUTION :

AES

MAKE SURE THAT THE AIRCRAFT WEIGHT AND BALANCE STAY IN THE SPECIFIED
LIMITS WHILE YOU SELECT A CORRECT CONFIGURATION.

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(3)

Put the aircraft in a heavy configuration so that dimension H is between H1 and H2.
NOTE :

(4)

To get the necessary Center of Gravity (CG) and weight configuration for this task refer to the
TSM Task 32-31-00-810-876. This Task gives the H values for each aircraft weight and CG.
The aircraft must be in the heavy configuration as follows:
. Operational Empty Weight (OEW), aircraft full of fuel and with no load.

Install the CHARGING EQUIPMENT - FLUID, STANDARD on the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930) as
follows:
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-00100-A - NLG Shock Absorber Replenishment - Location and Detail)
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-02800-A - NLG Shock Absorber - Filling System)
(a)

Connect the nitrogen source hose (16) to the nitrogen source.

(b)

Connect the nitrogen source hose (16) to the three-way valve (13).

(c)

Connect the filling hose (12) to the three-way valve (13).


NOTE :

(d)

Remove the blanking cap (5) from the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930).

(e)

Connect the filling hose (12) to the end fitting (1) of the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930).

(f)

Slowly open the control valves (14) and (15) on the three-way valve (13) and the control valve on
the nitrogen source. Blow nitrogen through the charging equipment to bleed the system.

(g)

Close the control valve on the nitrogen source.

(h)

Close the control valves (14) and (15) on the three-way valve (13).

CAUTION :

(i)
(5)

(6)

AES

The filling hose (12) length must not be more than 3 m (9.84 ft.) long.

MAKE SURE THAT YOU USE A GAGE WITH THE SPECIFIED PRESSURE RANGE (0
BAR TO 200 BAR AND ACCURATE TO +/- 0.5 BAR). THIS IS NECESSARY TO GET AN
ACCURATE PRESSURE MEASUREMENT.

Install the GAGE 200 BAR (2900 PSI) - PRESSURE ACCURACY 0.5 bar (7.2519 psi) (11) on the
three-way valve (13).

Install the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930) on the charging valve (6) as follows:
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-00100-A - NLG Shock Absorber Replenishment - Location and Detail)
(a)

Remove the blanking cap (7) from the charging valve (6).

(b)

Move the wrench (9) up to the knurled shoulder (3) and install the FILLING ASSEMBLY
(M21930) on the charging valve (6).

(c)

Turn the core (8) of the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930) clockwise with the knurled shoulder (9).
This will install the seal (4) on the charging valve (6).

Do a check of the charging equipment for leaks as follows:


(a)

Make sure the charging valve (6) and the control valve (14) on the three-way valve (13) are
closed.

(b)

Slowly open control valve (15) on the three-way valve (13).

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(c)

Use a CONTACT DIGITAL THERMOMETER -45 TO 70 DEG.C (-49 TO 158 DEG.F),


ACCURACY plus or minus 2 DEG.C (35.60 DEG.F) to measure and record the temperature
adjacent to the charging valve (6). Make sure that the thermometer touches the shock absorber
outer-cylinder.
NOTE :

(7)

(d)

Measure and record the shock absorber extension, dimension H.


(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-03400-A - NLG Shock Absorber - Dimension H)

(e)

Use the pressure and temperature value tables to identify the correct dimension H for the shock
absorber extension.
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-04100-A - NLG Pressure/Extension Data (Weight on Wheels) - Positive
Temperatures)
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-04200-A - NLG Pressure/Extension Data (Weight on Wheels) - Negative
Temperatures)

(f)

Slowly open the control valve of the nitrogen source. Add nitrogen until the pressure read on the
pressure gage is the same as the correct pressure plus or minus 0.5 bar (7.2519 psi).

(g)

Close the control valve of the nitrogen source.

(h)

After the pressure has been adjusted, wait for a minimum of 5 minutes to make sure that the
pressure is stable. This will make sure that there are no leaks in the charging equipment.

(i)

Close the control valve (15) on the three-way valve (13).

Do a check of the NLG shock absorber charge pressure as follows:


(a)

Use a CONTACT DIGITAL THERMOMETER -45 TO 70 DEG.C (-49 TO 158 DEG.F),


ACCURACY plus or minus 2 DEG.C (35.60 DEG.F) to measure and record the temperature
adjacent to the charging valve (6). Make sure that the thermometer touches the shock absorber
outer-cylinder.
NOTE :

AES

If possible, measure the temperature at the top part of the cylinder (through the vent
hole) at the aft part of the main fitting.
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-00100-A - NLG Shock Absorber Replenishment - Location and
Detail)

If possible, measure the temperature at the top part of the cylinder (through the vent
hole) at the aft part of the main fitting.
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-00100-A - NLG Shock Absorber Replenishment - Location and
Detail)

(b)

Slowly open the control valve (6) with the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930).

(c)

Slowly open the control valve (15) on the three-way valve (13). Read and record the pressure
shown on the pressure gage (11).

(d)

Measure and record the shock absorber extension, dimension H.


(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-03400-A - NLG Shock Absorber - Dimension H)

(e)

Use the pressure and temperature value tables to identify the correct dimension H for the shock
absorber extension. Compare this value with the dimension H you recorded in step (7)(d).
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-04100-A - NLG Pressure/Extension Data (Weight on Wheels) - Positive
Temperatures)
(Ref. Fig. 12-12-32-991-04200-A - NLG Pressure/Extension Data (Weight on Wheels) - Negative
Temperatures)

(f)

If the value of dimension H you recorded is the same as the correct dimension H value plus or
minus 10 mm (0.3937 in.), do step (8).

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(g)

(8)

(9)

If the difference between the value of dimension H you recorded and the correct dimension H
value is more than 10 mm (0.3937 in.):
. do the NLG Shock Absorber Oil Replenishment and Nitrogen Filling procedure (Ref. TASK
12-12-32-611-005-A).

Remove the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930) and the CHARGING EQUIPMENT - FLUID, STANDARD
as follows:
(a)

Close the control valve (15) on the three-way valve (13).

(b)

Close the charging valve (6) with the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930).

(c)

Close the control valve of the nitrogen source.

(d)

Slowly open the control valve (14) to release the pressure and remove the nitrogen source from
the three-way valve (13).

(e)

Remove the pressure gage (11).

(f)

Remove the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930) and the CHARGING EQUIPMENT - FLUID,
STANDARD from the charging valve (6).

TORQUE the charging valve (6) to between 0.5 and 0.8 M.DAN (44.25 and 70.80 LBF.IN).

WARNING : BE CAREFUL WHEN YOU USE THE CONSUMABLE MATERIAL(S). YOU MUST OBEY THE
OPERATORS AND MANUFACTURERS HEALTH AND SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS.
(10) Use SPECIAL MATERIALS (Material No: 05-004B) to do a leak check of the charging valve (6).
(11) Install the blanking cap (7) on the charging valve (6).
5.

Close-up
Subtask 12-12-32-410-057-A
A.

Close Access
(1)

Remove the SAFETY PIN - NLG DOOR (98D32203502000) from the linkage of each forward NLG door
(Ref. TASK 32-00-00-081-002-A).

(2)

Close the NLG doors (Ref. TASK 32-22-00-410-001-A).

Subtask 12-12-32-942-075-A
B.

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Removal of the Equipment


(1)

Remove the safety barriers.

(2)

Remove the warning notice(s).

(3)

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

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** On A/C ALL

PUT THE AIRCRAFT IN LIGHT CONFIGURATION


(REF. TASK 12123261000201)

MEASURE THE NLG SHOCK ABSORBER CHARGE


PRESSURE AND EXTENSION (AIRCRAFT ON WHEELS)
(REF. TASK 12123261000201)

IS THE NLG
SHOCK ABSORBER
EXTENSION CORRECT?
(REF. TASK 12123261000201)

NO

ADJUST THE NLG SHOCK ABSORBER EXTENSION


SO THAT IT IS IN THE SPECIFIED LIMITS
(REF. TASK 12123261000201)

NO

DO A NLG SHOCK ABSORBER OIL REPLENISHMENT


AND NITROGEN FILLING
(REF. TASK 121232611005) OR
(REF. TASK 121232611001)

YES

PUT THE AIRCRAFT IN HEAVY CONFIGURATION


(REF. TASK 12123261000201)

MEASURE THE NLG SHOCK ABSORBER CHARGE


PRESSURE AND EXTENSION (AIRCRAFT ON WHEELS)
(REF. TASK 12123261000201)

IS THE NLG
SHOCK ABSORBER
EXTENSION CORRECT?
(REF. TASK 12123261000201)

YES

NO MORE MAINTENANCE STEPS ARE NECESSARY

FLOWCHART
CHECK OF NLG SHOCK ABSORBER CHARGE PRESSURE AND FLUID LEVEL
(TWOPOINT CHECK AIRCRAFT ON WHEELS)
N_MM_121232_3_BHM0_01_01

AES

FIGURE 12-12-32-991-03900-A SHEET 1


NLG Maintenance Plan - Aircraft in Light Configuration to
Start

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OIL - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION


** On A/C ALL
1.

General
This section provides instructions related to oil replenishing of the engine and the accessories such as the IDG, the
pneumatic starter etc...

AES

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Task 12-13-24-680-010-A
Draining of the Oil from the IDG
WARNING : BE CAREFUL WHEN YOU WORK ON THE ENGINE COMPONENTS IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE ENGINE
IS SHUTDOWN. THE ENGINE COMPONENTS CAN STAY HOT FOR UP TO ONE HOUR.
WARNING : WEAR GOGGLES, INSULATED GLOVES AND OTHER PROTECTIVE CLOTHES.
HOT OIL CAN BURN YOUR EYES AND SKIN.
IF OIL TOUCHES YOUR EYES OR SKIN, GET MEDICAL AID.
CAUTION :

DO NOT OPERATE THE IDG:


IF IT CONTAINS TOO MUCH OIL
IF IT DOES NOT CONTAIN ENOUGH OIL
IF YOU DO, YOU CAN CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE IDG.

CAUTION :

DO NOT DO THE SERVICING OF A DISCONNECTED IDG. CONTINUED OPERATION OF A DEFECTIVE


IDG CAN CAUSE DAMAGE.

1.

Reason for the Job


Self explanatory

2.

Job Set-up Information


A.

Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

REFERENCE
No specific

QTY
DESIGNATION
1
CONTAINER 10 L(2 1/2 USGAL)

No specific

AR

FILLING EQUIPMENT - TANK OIL, DH13PM TYP

No specific

AR

WARNING NOTICE(S)

No specific

B.

Torque wrench: range to between 30.00 and 220.00 LBF.IN (0.34 and 2.60
M.DAN)

Consumable Materials

REFERENCE
Material No: V02-119
Material No: 03-002
C.

DESIGNATION
corrosion resistant steel lockwire
OILS
LUBRICATING OIL TURBINE ENGINE SYNT BASE

Work Zones and Access Panels


ZONE/ACCESS

ZONE DESCRIPTION

FOR FIN 1000EM1(ENGINE-1)


437AL, 438AR
FOR FIN 1000EM2(ENGINE-2)
447AL, 448AR

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D.

Expendable Parts

FIG.ITEM
3

DESIGNATION

IPC-CSN
24-21-51-81-020

packing
E.

Referenced Information

REFERENCE
12-13-24-612-011-A
12-32-24-281-001-A

DESIGNATION
IDG Servicing - Filling of the IDG with Oil or Addition of Oil after a Level
Check
Sampling of the IDG Oil for Analysis

24-21-00-612-044-A

Servicing of the IDG after Oil Chemical Contamination

24-21-00-612-044-A-01

Servicing of the IDG after Oil Chemical Contamination and Extension of the OilFilter Differential-Pressure Indicator (DPI)

24-42-00-861-001-A

Energize the Ground Service Network from the External Power

24-42-00-862-001-A

De-energize the Ground Service Network Supplied from the External Power

71-13-00-010-010-A

Opening of the Fan Cowls 437AL(447AL),438AR(448AR)

71-13-00-410-010-A

Closing of the Fan Cowls 437AL(447AL),438AR(448AR)

(Ref. Fig. 12-13-24-991-15200-B - IDG Servicing - IDG Drain and Fill Ports)
3.

Job Set-up
Subtask 12-13-24-861-056-A
A.

Energize the ground service network


(Ref. TASK 24-42-00-861-001-A).

Subtask 12-13-24-941-060-A
B.

Safety Precautions
(1)

On the center pedestal, on the ENG panel 115VU:


(a)

Put a WARNING NOTICE(S) 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 overhead 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(S) in position to tell persons not to energize the FADEC 1(2).

Subtask 12-13-24-010-058-A
C.

4.

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


(1)

FOR 1000EM1 (ENGINE-1)


437AL 438AR

(2)

FOR 1000EM2 (ENGINE-2)


447AL 448AR.

Procedure
(Ref. Fig. 12-13-24-991-15200-B - IDG Servicing - IDG Drain and Fill Ports)

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A.

Depressurization of the Integrated Drive Generator (IDG) Case


WARNING : POINT THE OVERFLOW DRAIN HOSE INTO A CONTAINER WHEN YOU CONNECT THE
HOSE TO THE OVERFLOW DRAIN HALF-COUPLING. THIS WILL PREVENT BURNS FROM
THE HOT OIL SPRAY. HOT OIL CAN CAUSE BURNS TO EYES AND SKIN.
CAUTION :

DO NOT USE DEVICES OTHER THAN THE APPROVED OVERFLOW DRAIN-HOSE FITTING.
HARD METAL OBJECTS SUCH AS SCREWDRIVERS CAN CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE
OVERFLOW DRAIN HALF-COUPLING SEAT.

(1)

Put a CONTAINER 10 L(2 1/2 USGAL) below the IDG (2).

(2)

Remove the dust cap (4) from the overflow drain half-coupling (7).

(3)

Put the end of the overflow drain hose (6) of the FILLING EQUIPMENT - TANK OIL, DH13PM TYP
in the CONTAINER 10 L(2 1/2 USGAL).

(4)

Do this step to depressurize the IDG case:


(a)

Connect the overflow drain hose (6) of the FILLING EQUIPMENT - TANK OIL, DH13PM TYP
to the overflow drain half-coupling (7).
NOTE :

Some oil can come out of the overflow drain hose (6) of the FILLING EQUIPMENT TANK OIL, DH13PM TYP when you connect it.

Subtask 12-13-24-680-055-C
B.

Draining of the IDG Oil


WARNING : WEAR GOGGLES WHEN YOU REMOVE OR INSTALL THE LOCKWIRE. CUT, REMOVE AND
DISCARD THE LOCKWIRE AS YOU DO THE TASK. LOOSE LOCKWIRE CAN CUT OR BLIND
YOU.
(1)

Cut and remove the lockwire from the case drain plug (5).
NOTE :

Approximately 3.965 l (1.0474 USgal) of oil will flow into the container.

(2)

Remove the case drain plug (5).

(3)

Remove the packing (3) and discard it.

(4)

Drain the oil.


(a)

If the drained oil has a fuel odor, do the servicing of the IDG after oil chemical contamination
(Ref. TASK 24-21-00-612-044-A) or (Ref. TASK 24-21-00-612-044-A-01).

(b)

If you think that the condition of the drained oil is not correct, do a sampling of the IDG oil for
analysis (Ref. TASK 12-32-24-281-001-A).

Subtask 12-13-24-640-052-A
C.

Lubricate the new (IPC-CSN 24-21-51-81) packing (3) with OILS (Material No: 03-002) .

Subtask 12-13-24-420-057-A
D.

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Installation of the Case Drain Plug


(1)

Install the new O-ring (3) on the case drain plug (5).

(2)

Install the case drain plug (5).

(3)

TORQUE the case drain plug (5) to between 55 and 75 LBF.IN (0.62 and 0.85 M.DAN).

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(4)

Safety the case drain plug (5) with corrosion resistant steel lockwire (Material No: V02-119) 0.032 in.
(0.8128 mm) dia..

Subtask 12-13-24-420-064-A
E.

Installation of the Dust Cap


(1)

Disconnect the overflow drain hose (6) of the FILLING EQUIPMENT - TANK OIL, DH13PM TYP from
the overflow drain half-coupling (7).

(2)

Install the dust cap (4) on the overflow drain half-coupling (7).

Subtask 12-13-24-612-064-A
F.
5.

Fill the IDG with oil or add oil to the IDG after a level check (Ref. TASK 12-13-24-612-011-A), if you must
not remove the IDG.

Close-up
Subtask 12-13-24-410-061-A
A.

Close Access
(1)

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

(2)

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

(3)

(a)

FOR 1000EM1 (ENGINE-1)


437AL 438AR

(b)

FOR 1000EM2 (ENGINE-2)


447AL 448AR.

Remove the warning notice(s).

Subtask 12-13-24-862-056-A
B.

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De-energize the ground service network


(Ref. TASK 24-42-00-862-001-A).

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A
A

IDG
2

1
OIL LEVEL
INDICATOR

7
OVERFLOW
DRAIN HALFCOUPLING

6
OVERFLOW
DRAIN HOSE

3
PACKING
4
DUST CAP
5
CASE DRAIN
PLUG

CONTAINER

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FIGURE 12-13-24-991-15200-B SHEET 1


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Task 12-13-24-612-011-A
IDG Servicing - Filling of the IDG with Oil or Addition of Oil after a Level Check
WARNING : BE CAREFUL WHEN YOU WORK ON THE ENGINE COMPONENTS IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE ENGINE
IS SHUTDOWN. THE ENGINE COMPONENTS CAN STAY HOT FOR UP TO ONE HOUR.
WARNING : WEAR GOGGLES, INSULATED GLOVES AND OTHER PROTECTIVE CLOTHES.
HOT OIL CAN BURN YOUR EYES AND SKIN.
IF OIL TOUCHES YOUR EYES OR SKIN, GET MEDICAL AID.
CAUTION :

DO NOT OPERATE THE IDG:


IF IT CONTAINS TOO MUCH OIL
IF IT DOES NOT CONTAIN ENOUGH OIL
IF YOU DO, YOU CAN CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE IDG.

CAUTION :

USE ONLY NEW CANS OF OIL WHEN YOU FILL THE IDG WITH OIL OR ADD OIL TO THE IDG.
THE CONTAMINATION IN OIL THAT STAYS IN OPEN CANS CAN CAUSE FAST DETERIORATION OF
THE OIL AND WILL DECREASE THE LIFE OF THE IDG.

CAUTION :

DO NOT USE SOLVENTS THAT CONTAIN CHLORINE TO CLEAN THE EQUIPMENT (PUMP, HOSES,
TANK AND FUNNEL) USED TO FILL THE IDG WITH OIL.
CHLORINE CONTAMINATION OF THE OIL CAN CAUSE FAST DETERIORATION OF THE OIL AND WILL
DECREASE THE LIFE OF THE IDG.

CAUTION :

DO NOT DO THE SERVICING OF A DISCONNECTED IDG. CONTINUED OPERATION OF A DEFECTIVE


IDG CAN CAUSE DAMAGE.

1.

Reason for the Job


You must do this procedure if you:
. Fill an Integrated Drive Generator (IDG) installed on the aircraft after you drained it
. Fill a replacement IDG installed on the aircraft
. Add oil when the oil level at the sightglass is not correct
. Add oil after replacement of the scavenge filter element
. Add oil after replacement of a component of the IDG oil-cooling system.
NOTE :

2.

If during transit, you do not have enough time to do this procedure, you can do quick oil servicing (Ref.
TASK 12-13-24-612-010, Filling of the Integrated Drive Generator (IDG) with Oil for Oil Complement after
Level Check).

Job Set-up Information


A.

Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

REFERENCE
No specific

QTY
DESIGNATION
1
CONTAINER 10 L(2 1/2 USGAL)

No specific

AR

FILLING EQUIPMENT - TANK OIL, DH13PM TYP

No specific

AR

WARNING NOTICE(S)

B.

Consumable Materials

REFERENCE
Material No: 03-002

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DESIGNATION
OILS
LUBRICATING OIL TURBINE ENGINE SYNT BASE

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C.

Work Zones and Access Panels


ZONE/ACCESS

ZONE DESCRIPTION

FOR FIN 1000EM1(ENGINE-1)


437AL, 438AR
FOR FIN 1000EM2(ENGINE-2)
447AL, 448AR
D.

Referenced Information

REFERENCE
24-21-00-612-047-A

IDG Oil-Type Change

DESIGNATION

24-42-00-861-001-A

Energize the Ground Service Network from the External Power

24-42-00-862-001-A

De-energize the Ground Service Network Supplied from the External Power

71-00-00-710-043-A

Normal Engine Automatic Start Procedure

71-00-00-710-045-A

Test No.1 : Dry Motor Leak Check

71-13-00-010-010-A

Opening of the Fan Cowls 437AL(447AL),438AR(448AR)

71-13-00-410-010-A

Closing of the Fan Cowls 437AL(447AL),438AR(448AR)

(Ref. Fig. 12-13-24-991-15000-B - IDG - Servicing)


3.

Job Set-up
Subtask 12-13-24-861-055-A
A.

Energize the ground service network


(Ref. TASK 24-42-00-861-001-A)

Subtask 12-13-24-941-062-A
B.

Safety Precautions
(1)

On the center pedestal, on the ENG panel 115VU:


(a)

Put a WARNING NOTICE(S) 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 overhead 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(S) in position to tell persons not to energize the FADEC 1(2).

Subtask 12-13-24-010-059-A
C.

4.

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


(1)

FOR 1000EM1 (ENGINE-1)


437AL 438AR

(2)

FOR 1000EM2 (ENGINE-2)


447AL 448AR

Procedure
(Ref. Fig. 12-13-24-991-15000-B - IDG - Servicing)

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A.

Depressurization of the IDG Case


WARNING : POINT THE OVERFLOW DRAIN HOSE INTO A CONTAINER WHEN YOU CONNECT THE
HOSE TO THE OVERFLOW DRAIN HALF-COUPLING. THIS WILL PREVENT BURNS FROM
THE HOT OIL SPRAY. HOT OIL CAN CAUSE BURNS TO EYES AND SKIN.
CAUTION :

DO NOT USE DEVICES OTHER THAN THE APPROVED OVERFLOW DRAIN-HOSE FITTING.
HARD METAL OBJECTS SUCH AS SCREWDRIVERS CAN CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE
OVERFLOW DRAIN HALF-COUPLING SEAT.

(1)

Put a CONTAINER 10 L(2 1/2 USGAL) below the IDG (2).

(2)

Remove the dust cap (4) from the overflow drain half-coupling (8).

(3)

Put the end of the overflow drain hose (3) of the FILLING EQUIPMENT - TANK OIL, DH13PM TYP
in the CONTAINER 10 L(2 1/2 USGAL).

(4)

Do this step to depressurize the IDG case:


(a)

Connect the overflow drain hose (3) of the FILLING EQUIPMENT - TANK OIL, DH13PM TYP
to the overflow drain half-coupling (8).
NOTE :

Some oil can come out of the overflow drain hose (3) of the FILLING EQUIPMENT TANK OIL, DH13PM TYP when you connect it.

Subtask 12-13-24-612-059-A
CAUTION :

THE OIL OVERFLOW DRAINAGE PROCEDURE CAN TAKE UP TO 20 MINUTES TO COMPLETE.


FAILURE TO OBSERVE THE OVERFLOW TIME REQUIREMENTS CAN CAUSE HIGH IDG OIL
LEVEL CONDITION RESULTING IN ELEVATED OPERATING TEMPERATURES AND DAMAGE TO
THE IDG.

CAUTION :

USE ONLY APPROVED TYPES/BRANDS OF LUBRICANTS. DO NOT MIX TYPES//BRANDS OF


LUBRICANTS.

B.

Filling of the IDG with Oil


NOTE :

In case of OIL type/brand change, refer to (Ref. TASK 24-21-00-612-047-A).

NOTE :

In rain, fog or wet conditions, be careful to prevent water contamination of the IDG oil during the
filling procedure.

(1)

Remove the dust cap (6) from the pressure fill half-coupling (7).

(2)

Connect the pressure fill hose (5) of the FILLING EQUIPMENT - TANK OIL, DH13PM TYP to the
pressure fill half-coupling (7).

(3)

Fill the IDG with the filtered OILS (Material No: 03-002) at a maximum of 35 psi (2.4132 bar).
NOTE :

(4)

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The AMM 20-34-00 gives a list of oil brand-names approved for IDG servicing.

Stop the filling procedure when the quantity of oil collected from the overflow drain hose (3) of the
FILLING EQUIPMENT - TANK OIL, DH13PM TYP is 0.95 l (0.2510 USgal) minimum.

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Subtask 12-13-24-080-058-A
C.

Removal of the Hoses


(1)

Disconnect the pressure fill hose (5) of the FILLING EQUIPMENT - TANK OIL, DH13PM TYP from
the pressure fill half-coupling (7).

(2)

Install the dust cap (6) on the pressure fill half-coupling (7).

(3)

When only drops of oil come out of the overflow drain hose (3) of the FILLING EQUIPMENT - TANK
OIL, DH13PM TYP , remove the hose (3).

(4)

Install the dust cap (4) on the overflow drain half-coupling (8).

Subtask 12-13-24-710-053-A
D.

If you replaced a part of the oil system (filter, external system component, drain plug), do dry motoring for
leak check before inspection (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-045-A).

Subtask 12-13-24-210-054-A
E.

Inspection of the Oil Level


NOTE :

To fill the external oil system to its maximum level before the oil level check, it is necessary to:
. Dry-motor the engine (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-045-A) for two minutes, or to
. Operate the engine at minimum idle (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-043-A).

NOTE :

The IDG oil temperature is shown on the lower ECAM display unit. When the oil temperature is the
same as the ambient air temperature, the oil is cold. When the oil temperature is more than the
ambient air temperature, the oil is hot.

(1)

Inspection of the oil level with dry motoring


CAUTION :

IF YOU DRY-MOTOR THE ENGINE, MAKE SURE THAT THE OIL LEVEL IS STABLE
BEFORE YOU DO THE INSPECTION. IN AMBIENT AIR TEMPERATURES OF LESS
THAN 20C, THE OIL LEVEL WILL BECOME STABLE ONLY AFTER 30 MINUTES.
THUS THE LEVEL INDICATIONS ON THE SIGHTGLASS WILL NOT BE CORRECT
BEFORE THE END OF THIS PERIOD. IF YOU ADD OIL WHEN IT IS NOT NECESSARY,
THERE IS A RISK THAT YOU WILL CAUSE FAILURE OF THE IDG.

(a)

Let the oil in the IDG become stable.

(b)

Look at the oil level sightglass of the IDG:


1

If the oil is cold:


. If the oil level is at or near the top of the green band, oil servicing is not necessary.
. If the oil level is below the green band, do the steps 4.A. thru 4.D. again.
. If the oil level is above the green band, do the steps 4.A. and 4.C. again.

If the oil is hot:


. If the oil level is at or near the top of the yellow band, oil servicing is not necessary.
. If the oil level is below the yellow band, do the steps 4.A. thru 4.D. again.
. If the oil level is above the yellow band, do the steps 4.A. and 4.C. again.
NOTE :

(2)

Inspection of the oil level after an engine run (alternative procedure)


(a)

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After oil level correction, no further dry motoring is necessary.

Let the oil in the IDG become stable for 5 minutes.

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(b)

Look at the oil level sightglass of the IDG:


1

If the oil is cold:


. If the oil level is at or near of the top of the green band, oil servicing is not necessary.
. If the oil level is below the green band, do the steps 4.A. thru 4.D. again.
. If the oil level is above the green band, do the steps 4.A. and 4.C. again.

If the oil is hot:


. If the oil level is at or near of the top of the yellow band, oil servicing is not necessary.
. If the oil level is below the yellow band, do the steps 4.A. thru 4.D. again.
. If the oil level is above the yellow band, do the steps 4.A. thru 4.C. again.
NOTE :

5.

After oil level correction, no further engine run is necessary.

Close-up
Subtask 12-13-24-410-057-A
A.

Close Access
(1)

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

(2)

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

(3)

(a)

FOR 1000EM1 (ENGINE-1)


437AL 438AR

(b)

FOR 1000EM2 (ENGINE-2)


447AL 448AR

Remove the warning notice(s).

Subtask 12-13-24-862-055-A
B.

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De-energize the ground service network


(Ref. TASK 24-42-00-862-001-A).

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IDG
2

B
1
OIL LEVEL
INDICATOR

8
OVERFLOW
DRAIN HALFCOUPLING
7
PRESSURE
FILL HALFCOUPLING
6
DUST CAP

4
DUST CAP

3
OVERFLOW
DRAIN HOSE
CONTAINER

5
PRESSURE
FILL HOSE

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IDG - Servicing

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CORRECTLY FILLED IDG

AFTER SERVICING OR
ENGINE SHUTDOWN
(COLD OIL/IDG)

AFTER ENGINE
SHUTDOWN
(HOT OIL/IDG)

OVER FULL

OVER FULL

RED
YELLOW

RED
YELLOW

GREEN

GREEN

RED

RED

ADD
OIL

ADD
OIL

V2500

V2500

OIL LEVEL MUST BE AT OR NEAR


THE LINE BETWEEN THE YELLOW BAND
AND THE GREEN BAND

OIL LEVEL CAN BE


IN THE GREEN BAND OR THE
YELLOW BAND

INCORRECTLY FILLED IDG

B
AFTER SERVICING OR
ENGINE SHUTDOWN
(COLD OIL/IDG)
OVER FULL

AT ALL TIMES
(HOT OR COLD OIL/IDG)
OVER FULL

OVER FULL

RED
YELLOW

RED
YELLOW

RED
YELLOW

GREEN

GREEN

GREEN

RED

RED

RED

ADD
OIL

V2500

ADD
OIL

V2500

THE OIL LEVEL MUST NOT BE IN


THE YELLOW BAND BUT IT CAN
BE IMMEDIATELY ABOVE THE
LOWER LIMIT OF THE YELLOW
BAND BECAUSE OF THE AIRCRAFT
RAMP ANGLE
ACTION:

DO THE IDG SERVICING


TO GET THE CORRECT IDG
OIL LEVEL.

ADD
OIL

V2500

THE OIL LEVEL MUST NOT BE


IN THE RED BAND

ACTION:

PERFORM IDG OIL SERVICING


TO GET THE CORRECT IDG OIL LEVEL.
DO NOT USE THE OVERFLOW DRAIN HOSE
TO GET THE CORRECT IDG OIL LEVEL.
N_MM_121324_3_XANA_02_00

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FIGURE 12-13-24-991-15000-B SHEET 2


IDG - Servicing

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Task 12-13-24-612-010-A
Do Quick Oil Servicing - Filling of the Integrated Drive Generator (IDG) with Oil for Oil Complement after Level Check
WARNING : BE CAREFUL WHEN YOU WORK ON THE ENGINE COMPONENTS IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE ENGINE
IS SHUTDOWN. THE ENGINE COMPONENTS CAN STAY HOT FOR UP TO ONE HOUR.
WARNING : WEAR GOGGLES, INSULATED GLOVES AND OTHER PROTECTIVE CLOTHES.
HOT OIL CAN BURN YOUR EYES AND SKIN.
IF OIL TOUCHES YOUR EYES OR SKIN, GET MEDICAL AID.
CAUTION :

DO NOT OPERATE THE IDG:


IF IT CONTAINS TOO MUCH OIL
IF IT DOES NOT CONTAIN ENOUGH OIL
IF YOU DO, YOU CAN CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE IDG.

CAUTION :

USE ONLY NEW CANS OF OIL WHEN YOU FILL THE IDG WITH OIL OR ADD OIL TO THE IDG.
THE CONTAMINATION IN OIL THAT STAYS IN OPEN CANS CAN CAUSE FAST DETERIORATION OF
THE OIL AND WILL DECREASE THE LIFE OF THE IDG.

CAUTION :

DO NOT USE SOLVENTS THAT CONTAIN CHLORINE TO CLEAN THE EQUIPMENT (PUMP, HOSES,
TANK AND FUNNEL) USED TO FILL THE IDG WITH OIL.
CHLORINE CONTAMINATION OF THE OIL CAN CAUSE FAST DETERIORATION OF THE OIL AND WILL
DECREASE THE LIFE OF THE IDG.

CAUTION :

DO NOT DO THE SERVICING OF A DISCONNECTED IDG. CONTINUED OPERATION OF A DEFECTIVE


IDG CAN CAUSE DAMAGE.

1.

Reason for the Job


This procedure is for quick adjustment of the IDG oil level during transit only if there is no time to do the normal
procedure.
With this oil servicing procedure, it is not necessary to let the oil drain from the overflow drain hose for
approximately 20 minutes.

2.

Job Set-up Information


A.

Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

REFERENCE
No specific

QTY
DESIGNATION
1
CONTAINER 10 L(2 1/2 USGAL)

No specific

FILLING EQUIPMENT - TANK OIL, DH13PM TYP

No specific

AR

WARNING NOTICE(S)

B.

Consumable Materials

REFERENCE
Material No: 03-002
C.

DESIGNATION
OILS
LUBRICATING OIL TURBINE ENGINE SYNT BASE

Work Zones and Access Panels


ZONE/ACCESS

ZONE DESCRIPTION

FOR FIN 1000EM1(ENGINE-1)


437AL, 438AR

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ZONE/ACCESS

ZONE DESCRIPTION

FOR FIN 1000EM2(ENGINE-2)


447AL, 448AR
D.

Referenced Information

REFERENCE
24-21-00-612-047-A

IDG Oil-Type Change

DESIGNATION

24-42-00-861-001-A

Energize the Ground Service Network from the External Power

24-42-00-862-001-A

De-energize the Ground Service Network Supplied from the External Power

71-13-00-010-010-A

Opening of the Fan Cowls 437AL(447AL),438AR(448AR)

71-13-00-410-010-A

Closing of the Fan Cowls 437AL(447AL),438AR(448AR)

(Ref. Fig. 12-13-24-991-15100-A - Quick Oil Servicing - IDG)


3.

Job Set-up
Subtask 12-13-24-861-052-A
A.

Energize the ground service network


(Ref. TASK 24-42-00-861-001-A).

Subtask 12-13-24-941-054-A
B.

Safety Precautions
(1)

On the center pedestal, on the ENG panel 115VU:


(a)

Put a WARNING NOTICE(S) 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 overhead 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(S) to tell persons not to energize the FADEC 1(2).

Subtask 12-13-24-010-052-A
C.

4.

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


(1)

FOR 1000EM1 (ENGINE-1)


437AL 438AR

(2)

FOR 1000EM2 (ENGINE-2)


447AL 448AR

Procedure
(Ref. Fig. 12-13-24-991-15100-A - Quick Oil Servicing - IDG)
Subtask 12-13-24-864-052-A
A.

Depressurization of the IDG Case


WARNING : POINT THE OVERFLOW DRAIN HOSE INTO A CONTAINER WHEN YOU CONNECT THE
HOSE TO THE OVERFLOW DRAIN HALF-COUPLING. THIS WILL PREVENT BURNS FROM
THE HOT OIL SPRAY. HOT OIL CAN CAUSE BURNS TO EYES AND SKIN.

AES

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CAUTION :

DO NOT USE DEVICES OTHER THAN THE APPROVED OVERFLOW DRAIN-HOSE FITTING.
HARD METAL OBJECTS SUCH AS SCREWDRIVERS CAN CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE
OVERFLOW DRAIN HALF-COUPLING SEAT.

(1)

Put a CONTAINER 10 L(2 1/2 USGAL) (3) below the IDG.

(2)

Remove the dust cap (1) from the overflow drain half-coupling (7).

(3)

Put the end of the overflow drain hose (2) of the FILLING EQUIPMENT - TANK OIL, DH13PM TYP
in the container CONTAINER 10 L(2 1/2 USGAL) (3).

(4)

Depressurize the IDG case. To do this, connect the overflow drain hose (2) of the FILLING
EQUIPMENT - TANK OIL, DH13PM TYP to the overflow drain half-coupling (7). Some oil can come
out of the overflow drain hose (2) when you connect it.

Subtask 12-13-24-612-050-A
CAUTION :

B.

USE ONLY APPROVED TYPES/BRANDS OF LUBRICANTS. DO NOT MIX TYPES//BRANDS OF


LUBRICANTS.

Filling of the IDG with Oil


NOTE :

In case of OIL type/brand change, refer to (Ref. TASK 24-21-00-612-047-A).

NOTE :

In rain, fog or wet conditions, you must use precautions to prevent water contamination of the IDG oil
during filling procedures.

NOTE :

The AMM 20-34-00 gives a list of approved oil brand-names for IDG servicing.

(1)

Remove the dust cap (5) from the pressure fill half-coupling (6).

(2)

Connect the pressure fill hose (4) of the FILLING EQUIPMENT - TANK OIL, DH13PM TYP to the
pressure fill half-coupling (6).

(3)

Slowly pump the filtered OILS (Material No: 03-002) into the IDG to 35 psi (2.4132 bar) maximum.

(4)

Stop this operation when the oil level in the sightglass (8) is at the top of the green band.
NOTE :

There is a delay between the oil complement and the oil level change in the sightglass.

NOTE :

Look at the oil level sightglass of the IDG:


(Ref. Fig. 12-13-24-991-15100-A - Quick Oil Servicing - IDG)
. the oil level must be at or near the line between the yellow band and the green band,
. if the oil level is above this position, do the normal procedure of oil replenishing to adjust the
oil level.

Subtask 12-13-24-020-057-A
C.

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Removal of Hoses
(1)

Remove the pressure fill hose (4) of the FILLING EQUIPMENT - TANK OIL, DH13PM TYP from the
pressure fill half-coupling (6).

(2)

Install the dust cap (5) on the pressure fill half-coupling (6).

(3)

Remove the overflow drain hose (2) from the overflow drain half-coupling (7).

(4)

Install the dust cap (1) on the overflow drain half-coupling (7).

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5.

Close-up
Subtask 12-13-24-410-052-A
A.

Close Access
(1)

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

(2)

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

(3)

(a)

FOR 1000EM1 (ENGINE-1)


437AL 438AR

(b)

FOR 1000EM2 (ENGINE-2)


447AL 448AR

Remove the warning notice(s).

Subtask 12-13-24-862-052-A
B.

AES

De-energize the ground service network


(Ref. TASK 24-42-00-862-001-A).

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A
IDG

B
8
OIL LEVEL
SIGHT GLASS

6
1
5
4
PRESSURE
FILL HOSE

2
OVERFLOW
DRAIN HOSE
3
CONTAINER
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FIGURE 12-13-24-991-15100-A SHEET 1


Quick Oil Servicing - IDG

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CORRECTLY FILLED IDG
OVER FULL

OVER FULL

RED
YELLOW

RED
YELLOW

GREEN

GREEN

RED

RED

ADD
OIL

ADD
OIL

V2500

V2500

AFTER SERVICING OR
ENGINE SHUTDOWN
(COLD OIL/IDG)

AFTER ENGINE
SHUTDOWN
(HOT OIL/IDG)

OIL LEVEL MUST BE AT OR NEAR


THE LINE BETWEEN THE YELLOW BAND
AND THE GREEN BAND

OIL LEVEL CAN BE


IN THE GREEN BAND OR THE
YELLOW BAND

INCORRECTLY FILLED IDG


OVER FULL

OVER FULL

OVER FULL

RED
YELLOW

RED
YELLOW

RED
YELLOW

GREEN

GREEN

GREEN

RED

RED

RED

ADD
OIL

ADD
OIL

V2500

AT ALL TIMES
(HOT OR COLD OIL/IDG)
THE OIL LEVEL MUST NOT BE
IN THE RED BAND

ADD
OIL

V2500

V2500

AFTER SERVICING OR
ENGINE SHUTDOWN
(COLD OIL/IDG)

AT ALL TIMES
(HOT OR COLD OIL/IDG)

THE OIL LEVEL MUST NOT BE IN


THE YELLOW BAND BUT IT CAN
BE IMMEDIATELY ABOVE THE
LOWER LIMIT OF THE YELLOW
BAND BECAUSE OF THE AIRCRAFT
RAMP ANGLE

THE OIL LEVEL MUST NOT BE


IN THE RED BAND

NOTE: IF THERE IS OVERFILLING, DO THE


NORMAL PROCEDURE TO ADJUST
THE OIL LEVEL.
N_MM_121324_3_XCNA_02_00

AES

FIGURE 12-13-24-991-15100-A SHEET 2


Quick Oil Servicing - IDG

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Task 12-13-27-612-001-A
Oil Replenishment of the THS Actuator
WARNING : PUT THE SAFETY DEVICES AND THE WARNING NOTICES IN POSITION BEFORE YOU START A
TASK ON OR NEAR:
THE FLIGHT CONTROLS
THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES
THE LANDING GEAR AND THE RELATED DOORS
COMPONENTS THAT MOVE.
WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE GROUND SAFETY-LOCKS ARE IN POSITION ON THE LANDING GEAR.
FIN 9CE
1.

Reason for the Job


Self explanatory

2.

Job Set-up Information


A.

Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

REFERENCE
No specific

QTY
DESIGNATION
1
ACCESS PLATFORM 5M (16 FT)

No specific

AR

SAFETY BARRIER(S)

No specific

AR

SAFETY CLIP - CIRCUIT BREAKER

No specific

AR

WARNING NOTICE(S)

No specific

Torque wrench: range to between 0.20 and 3.60 M.DAN (2.00 and 26.00
LBF.FT)

0U145506
0U190363
B.

1
1
Consumable Materials

REFERENCE
Material No: 03-003
Material No: 19-003
Material No: 19-018
C.

AES

DESIGNATION
OILS
LUBRICATING OIL TURBINE SYNTHETIC BASE
LINT-FREE COTTON CLOTH
LOCKWIRE STAINLSS STL OR NICKEL ALLOY

Work Zones and Access Panels


ZONE/ACCESS

147
148
312AR

CONE-MOUNTING, THS ACTUATOR


TOOL-OIL FILLING,THS ACTUATOR

ZONE DESCRIPTION
MAIN GEAR WELL AND HYDRAULIC COMPARTMENT
MAIN GEAR WELL AND HYDRAULIC COMPARTMENT

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D.

Expendable Parts

FIG.ITEM
2

DESIGNATION

IPC-CSN
27-44-51-02-100

o-ring
E.

Referenced Information

REFERENCE
27-41-00-220-003-A

DESIGNATION
Check of the Zero Adjustment of the THS

29-10-00-864-001-A

Depressurize the Green Hydraulic System

29-10-00-864-002-A

Depressurize the Yellow Hydraulic System

29-23-00-863-001-A

Pressurize the Green Hydraulic System from the Yellow Hydraulic System
through the PTU with the Electric Pump

29-23-00-863-002-A

Pressurize the Yellow Hydraulic System from the Green Hydraulic System
through the PTU with the Ground Service Cart

(Ref. Fig. 12-13-27-991-00100-A - THS Actuator)


3.

Job Set-up
(Ref. Fig. 12-13-27-991-00100-A - THS Actuator)
Subtask 12-13-27-941-052-A
A.

Safety Precautions
(1)

Put the SAFETY BARRIER(S) in position.

Subtask 12-13-27-860-051-A
B.

Aircraft Maintenance Configuration


(1)

Pressurise the Green and the Yellow hydraulic systems (Ref. TASK 29-23-00-863-001-A) and (Ref.
TASK 29-23-00-863-002-A).

(2)

Move the Trimmable Horizontal Stabilizer (THS) fully UP to fully DOWN more than three times then
back to the zero position (Ref. TASK 27-41-00-220-003-A).

(3)

Depressurize the Green and Yellow hydraulic systems (Ref. TASK 29-10-00-864-001-A) (Ref. TASK
29-10-00-864-002-A).

(4)

Put a WARNING NOTICE(S) in the cockpit to tell persons not to pressurize the Green and Yellow
hydraulic systems.

(5)

Put a WARNING NOTICE(S) in the cockpit to tell persons not to operate the THS.
NOTE :

(6)

At approximately one hour (after the last movement of the THS actuator) you can do a check of
the level of the oil. This time is necessary for the level of the oil to become stable. The level of
the oil in the THS actuator housing changes with differences in the housing temperature. At a
THS actuator housing temperature of 20 deg.C (68.00 deg.F) the level of the oil must be at the
maximum mark.

On the tail cone, make sure the THS is opposite the 0 mark.

Subtask 12-13-27-865-051-A
C.

Open, safety and tag this(these) circuit breaker(s):

49VU

PANEL

DESIGNATION
FLIGHT CONTROLS/ELAC1/NORM/SPLY

15CE1

B11

49VU

FLIGHT CONTROLS/THS/ACTR/MOT2

19CE2

B09

AES

FIN

LOCATION

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105VU

PANEL

DESIGNATION
FLT CTL/ELAC1/STBY SPLY

16CE1

FIN
A01

LOCATION

121VU

FLIGHT CONTROLS/THS ACTR/MOT3

19CE3

Q17

121VU

FLIGHT CONTROLS/THS ACTR/MOT1

19CE1

Q16

Subtask 12-13-27-010-053-A
D.

4.

Get Access
(1)

Put the ACCESS PLATFORM 5M (16 FT) in position below zone 310.

(2)

Open the access door 312AR.

Procedure
(Ref. Fig. 12-13-27-991-00100-A - THS Actuator)
Subtask 12-13-27-612-050-A
A.

Oil Replenishment of the THS Actuator


WARNING : WEAR GOGGLES WHEN YOU REMOVE OR INSTALL THE LOCKWIRE. CUT, REMOVE AND
DISCARD THE LOCKWIRE AS YOU DO THE TASK. LOOSE LOCKWIRE CAN CUT OR BLIND
YOU.

AES

(1)

Remove the cap (4) from the oil fill plug (3).

(2)

Install the TOOL-OIL FILLING,THS ACTUATOR (0U190363) on the oil fill plug (3).

(3)

If necessary (or if the THS actuator gearbox was drained), cut and discard the lockwire from the plug
(1).

(4)

Remove the plug (1) and the O-ring (2). Discard the O-ring (2).

(5)

Monitor the oil level indicator (5) and fill the THS actuator gearbox with Material No: OILS (Material
No: 03-003) , until the quantity is correct. The correct quantity is when the oil level is at the MAXI
mark.

(6)

Remove the TOOL-OIL FILLING,THS ACTUATOR (0U190363).

(7)

Clean the cap (4) with a clean lint free cloth LINT-FREE COTTON CLOTH (Material No: 19-003) .

(8)

Install the cap (4).

(9)

If the plug (1) has been removed, do the steps that follow:
(a)

Make sure that the plug (1) and the plug interface are clean.

(b)

Apply OILS (Material No: 03-003) to the new (IPC-CSN 27-44-51-02) o-ring (2) .

(c)

Install the new o-ring (2) on the plug (1) with CONE-MOUNTING, THS ACTUATOR
(0U145506).

(d)

Install the plug (1) on the THS actuator.

(e)

TORQUE the plug (1) to between 1.4 and 1.6 M.DAN (10.32 and 11.80 LBF.FT).

(f)

Safety the plug (1) with LOCKWIRE STAINLSS STL OR NICKEL ALLOY (Material No: 19-018)
.

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5.

Close-up
Subtask 12-13-27-410-052-A
A.

Close Access
(1)

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

(2)

Close the access door 312AR.

Subtask 12-13-27-865-052-A
B.

Remove the safety clip(s) and the tag(s) and close this(these) circuit breaker(s):
PANEL

DESIGNATION
FLIGHT CONTROLS/ELAC1/NORM/SPLY

15CE1

B11

49VU

FLIGHT CONTROLS/THS/ACTR/MOT2

19CE2

B09

105VU

FLT CTL/ELAC1/STBY SPLY

16CE1

A01

121VU

FLIGHT CONTROLS/THS ACTR/MOT3

19CE3

Q17

121VU

FLIGHT CONTROLS/THS ACTR/MOT1

19CE1

Q16

49VU

FIN

LOCATION

Subtask 12-13-27-942-051-A
C.

AES

Removal of Equipment
(1)

Remove the safety barriers.

(2)

Remove the warning notice(s).

(3)

Remove the access platform(s).

(4)

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

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THS ACTUATOR
9CE

Z310

312 AR

S T A 3 5 3 1 /F R 7 4
S T A 3 4 5 1 /F R 7 2

S T A 3 3 6 6 /F R 7 0

LEVEL CHECK
STABILIZER
AT 0 1

5
MAXI
MINI

C
1
4

N_MM_121327_3_AAM0_01_00

AES

FIGURE 12-13-27-991-00100-A SHEET 1


THS Actuator

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Task 12-13-27-612-002-A
Oil Replenishment of the Flap PCU Gearbox
WARNING : PUT THE SAFETY DEVICES AND THE WARNING NOTICES IN POSITION BEFORE YOU START A
TASK ON OR NEAR:
THE FLIGHT CONTROLS
THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES
THE LANDING GEAR AND THE RELATED DOORS
COMPONENTS THAT MOVE.
WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE GROUND SAFETY-LOCKS ARE IN POSITION ON THE LANDING GEAR.
FIN 6201CM
1.

Reason for the Job


(Ref. MPD 27-54-51-01-)
REPLENISH PCU GEARBOX TO CONFIRM FLUID LEVEL

2.

Job Set-up Information


A.

Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

REFERENCE
No specific

QTY
DESIGNATION
AR CONTAINER 1 L (1/4 USGAL)

No specific

AR

SAFETY BARRIER(S)

No specific

AR

SAFETY CLIP - CIRCUIT BREAKER

No specific

AR

WARNING NOTICE(S)

No specific

B.

Torque wrench: range to between 0.20 and 3.60 M.DAN (2.00 and 26.00
LBF.FT)

Consumable Materials

REFERENCE
Material No: 03-003
Material No: 19-003
C.

Expendable Parts

FIG.ITEM
2

DESIGNATION
OILS
LUBRICATING OIL TURBINE SYNTHETIC BASE
LINT-FREE COTTON CLOTH

DESIGNATION

IPC-CSN
27-84-51-01-250

packing
D.

Referenced Information

REFERENCE
29-10-00-864-001-A

DESIGNATION
Depressurize the Green Hydraulic System

29-10-00-864-002-A

Depressurize the Yellow Hydraulic System

32-12-00-010-001-A
Open the Main Gear Doors for Access
32-12-00-410-001-A
Close the Main Gear Doors after Access
(Ref. Fig. 12-13-27-991-00200-A - Flap Power-Control Unit (6201CM))

AES

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Job Set-up
(Ref. Fig. 12-13-27-991-00200-A - Flap Power-Control Unit (6201CM))
Subtask 12-13-27-941-053-A
A.

Safety Precautions
(1)

Put the safety barriers in position.

(2)

On the panel 400VU:


. Make sure that the landing-gear control-lever 6GA is in the DOWN position.
. Put the WARNING NOTICE(S) in position to tell persons not to operate the landing gear or the
landing gear doors.

Subtask 12-13-27-010-054-A
B.

Get Access
(1)

Open the main gear door (RH) (Ref. TASK 32-12-00-010-001-A).

(2)

Make sure that the SLEEVE - GROUND LOCK (460005835) is on the applicable main gear door
actuator.

Subtask 12-13-27-864-050-A
C.

Depressurize the Hydraulic Systems


(1)

Depressurize the Green and Yellow hydraulic systems (Ref. TASK 29-10-00-864-001-A) (Ref. TASK
29-10-00-864-002-A).

Subtask 12-13-27-865-053-A
D.

Open, safety and tag this(these) circuit breaker(s):


PANEL

49VU
121VU

4.

DESIGNATION
FLIGHT CONTROLS/FLP/CTL AND
MONG/SYS1
FLIGHT CONTROLS/FLP/CTL
AND/MONG/SYS2

FIN

LOCATION

6CV

B07

8CV

Q21

Procedure
(Ref. Fig. 12-13-27-991-00200-A - Flap Power-Control Unit (6201CM))
Subtask 12-13-27-612-051-A
A.

AES

Oil Replenishment of the Flap PCU Gearbox


(1)

Put a CONTAINER 1 L (1/4 USGAL) below the flap PCU.

(2)

Remove the oil-fill plug (1).

(3)

Remove and discard the packing (2).

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(4)

Slowly add OILS (Material No: 03-003) to the flap PCU gearbox while measuring the quantity of oil
being added. Immediately stop adding oil when the oil starts to come out of the oil-fill hole.
NOTE :

Record the quantity of oil added to the PCU gearbox. If:


. less than 50 cm3 (3.05 in.3) of oil was added, no maintenance action is necessary
. between 50 cm3 (3.05 in.3) and 70 cm3 (4.27 in.3) of oil was added, replace the PCU at (or
before) the next scheduled maintenance check. This must be no more than 600 flight hours
or 750 flight cycles or 100 days.
. more than 70 cm3 (4.27 in.3) of oil was added, replace the PCU before 20 flight cycles have
been completed.

(5)

Clean the oil-fill plug (1) with a clean LINT-FREE COTTON CLOTH (Material No: 19-003) .

(6)

Lubricate the new (IPC-CSN 27-84-51-01) packing (2) with OILS (Material No: 03-003) .

(7)

Install the new packing (2) on the oil-fill plug (1).

(8)

Install the oil-fill plug (1) and TORQUE it to between 2.0 and 2.5 M.DAN (14.75 and 18.44 LBF.FT).

(9)

Remove the unwanted oil from near the oil-fill plug (1) with a clean cloth.

(10) Examine the packing (2) for signs of an oil leak.


(11) Remove the container.
5.

Close-up
Subtask 12-13-27-410-053-A
A.

Close Access
(1)

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

(2)

Close the main gear door (RH) (Ref. TASK 32-12-00-410-001-A).

Subtask 12-13-27-865-054-A
B.

Remove the safety clip(s) and the tag(s) and close this(these) circuit breaker(s):
PANEL

49VU
121VU

DESIGNATION
FLIGHT CONTROLS/FLP/CTL AND
MONG/SYS1
FLIGHT CONTROLS/FLP/CTL
AND/MONG/SYS2

FIN

LOCATION

6CV

B07

8CV

Q21

Subtask 12-13-27-942-055-A
C.

AES

Removal of Equipment
(1)

Remove the safety barriers.

(2)

Remove the warning notice(s).

(3)

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

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N_MM_121327_3_ACM0_01_00

AES

FIGURE 12-13-27-991-00200-A SHEET 1


Flap Power-Control Unit (6201CM)

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Task 12-13-27-612-003-A
Oil Replenishment of the Slat PCU Gearbox
WARNING : PUT THE SAFETY DEVICES AND THE WARNING NOTICES IN POSITION BEFORE YOU START A
TASK ON OR NEAR:
THE FLIGHT CONTROLS
THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES
THE LANDING GEAR AND THE RELATED DOORS
COMPONENTS THAT MOVE.
WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE GROUND SAFETY-LOCKS ARE IN POSITION ON THE LANDING GEAR.
FIN 6001CM
1.

Reason for the Job


(Ref. MPD 27-84-51-01-)
REPLENISH PCU GEARBOX TO CONFIRM FLUID LEVEL

2.

Job Set-up Information


A.

Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

REFERENCE
No specific

QTY
DESIGNATION
AR CONTAINER 1 L (1/4 USGAL)

No specific

AR

SAFETY BARRIER(S)

No specific

AR

SAFETY CLIP - CIRCUIT BREAKER

No specific

AR

WARNING NOTICE(S)

No specific

B.

Torque wrench: range to between 0.20 and 3.60 M.DAN (2.00 and 26.00
LBF.FT)

Consumable Materials

REFERENCE
Material No: 03-003
Material No: 19-003
C.

DESIGNATION
OILS
LUBRICATING OIL TURBINE SYNTHETIC BASE
LINT-FREE COTTON CLOTH

Work Zones and Access Panels


ZONE/ACCESS

147
148

ZONE DESCRIPTION
MAIN GEAR WELL AND HYDRAULIC COMPARTMENT
MAIN GEAR WELL AND HYDRAULIC COMPARTMENT

D.

Expendable Parts

FIG.ITEM
2

DESIGNATION

IPC-CSN
27-84-51-01-250

packing
E.

Referenced Information

REFERENCE
29-10-00-864-001-A

DESIGNATION
Depressurize the Green Hydraulic System

29-10-00-864-002-A

Depressurize the Yellow Hydraulic System

AES

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REFERENCE
32-12-00-010-001-A

DESIGNATION
Open the Main Gear Doors for Access

32-12-00-410-001-A
Close the Main Gear Doors after Access
(Ref. Fig. 12-13-27-991-00300-A - Slat Power-Control Unit (6001CM))
3.

Job Set-up
(Ref. Fig. 12-13-27-991-00300-A - Slat Power-Control Unit (6001CM))
Subtask 12-13-27-941-054-A
A.

Safety Precautions
(1)

Put the safety barriers in position.

(2)

On the panel 400VU:


. Make sure that the landing-gear control-lever 6GA is in the DOWN position.
. Put the WARNING NOTICE(S) in position to tell persons not to operate the landing gear or the
landing gear doors.

Subtask 12-13-27-010-055-A
B.

Get Access
(1)

Open the main gear door (RH) (Ref. TASK 32-12-00-010-001-A).

(2)

Make sure that the SLEEVE - GROUND LOCK (460005835) is on the applicable main gear door
actuator.

Subtask 12-13-27-864-051-A
C.

Depressurize the Hydraulic Systems


(1)

Depressurize the Green and Yellow hydraulic systems (Ref. TASK 29-10-00-864-001-A) (Ref. TASK
29-10-00-864-002-A).

Subtask 12-13-27-865-055-A
D.

Open, safety and tag this(these) circuit breaker(s):

49VU

PANEL

DESIGNATION
FLIGHT CONTROLS/SLT/CTL AND
MONG/SYS1

5CV

B06

121VU

FLIGHT CONTROLS/SLT/CTL/SYS2

7CV

R21

4.

FIN

LOCATION

Procedure
(Ref. Fig. 12-13-27-991-00300-A - Slat Power-Control Unit (6001CM))
Subtask 12-13-27-612-052-A
A.

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Oil Replenishment of the Slat PCU Gearbox


(1)

Put a CONTAINER 1 L (1/4 USGAL) below the slat PCU gearbox.

(2)

Remove the oil-fill plug (1).

(3)

Remove and discard the packing (2).

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(4)

Slowly add OILS (Material No: 03-003) to the slat PCU gearbox while measuring the quantity of oil
being added. Immediately stop adding oil when the oil starts to come out of the oil-fill hole.
NOTE :

Record the quantity of oil added to the PCU gearbox. If:


. less than 50 cm3 (3.05 in.3) of oil was added no maintenance action is necessary
. between 50 cm3 (3.05 in.3) and 70 cm3 (4.27 in.3) was added, replace the PCU at (or
before) the next scheduled maintenance check. This must be no more than 600 flight hours
or 750 flight cycles or 100 days.
. more than 70 cm3 (4.27 in.3) of oil was added, replace the PCU before 20 flight cycles have
been completed.

(5)

Clean the oil-fill plug (1) with a clean LINT-FREE COTTON CLOTH (Material No: 19-003) .

(6)

Lubricate the new (IPC-CSN 27-84-51-01) packing (2) with OILS (Material No: 03-003) .

(7)

Install the new packing (2) on the oil-fill plug (1).

(8)

Install the oil-fill plug (1) and TORQUE it to between 2.0 and 2.5 M.DAN (14.75 and 18.44 LBF.FT).

(9)

Remove the unwanted oil from near the oil-fill plug (1) with a clean cloth.

(10) Examine the packing (2) for signs of an oil leak.


(11) Remove the container.
5.

Close-up
Subtask 12-13-27-410-054-A
A.

Close Access
(1)

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

(2)

Close the main gear door (RH) (Ref. TASK 32-12-00-410-001-A).

Subtask 12-13-27-865-056-A
B.

Remove the safety clip(s) and the tag(s) and close this(these) circuit breaker(s):
PANEL

49VU

DESIGNATION
FLIGHT CONTROLS/SLT/CTL AND
MONG/SYS1

FIN

LOCATION

5CV

B06

121VU

FLIGHT CONTROLS/SLT/CTL/SYS2

7CV

R21

Subtask 12-13-27-942-056-A
C.

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Removal of Equipment
(1)

Remove the safety barriers.

(2)

Remove the warning notice(s).

(3)

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

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Z 1 4 7/ 1 4 8

N_MM_121327_3_AEM0_01_00

AES

FIGURE 12-13-27-991-00300-A SHEET 1


Slat Power-Control Unit (6001CM)

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** On A/C 003-004
Task 12-13-27-612-004-A
Drain and Refill Offset Gearboxes of Rotary Actuators with Semi-fluid
WARNING : PUT THE SAFETY DEVICES AND THE WARNING NOTICES IN POSITION BEFORE YOU START A
TASK ON OR NEAR:
THE FLIGHT CONTROLS
THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES
THE LANDING GEAR AND THE RELATED DOORS
COMPONENTS THAT MOVE.
WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE GROUND SAFETY-LOCKS ARE IN POSITION ON THE LANDING GEAR.
CAUTION :

BE
-

CAREFUL WHEN YOU DO MAINTENANCE TASKS ON THE WING TRAILING EDGE:


DO NOT CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE ELECTRICAL CABLE RACEWAYS.
DO NOT CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE ELECTRICAL CABLE INSTALLATIONS.
MAKE SURE THAT THE ELECTRICAL CABLES ARE INSTALLED CORRECTLY. INCORRECT
INSTALLATION CAN CAUSE DAMAGE.

FIN 6205CM, 6255CM, 6211CM, 6261CM, 6221CM, 6271CM, 6233CM, 6283CM


1.

Reason for the Job


(Ref. MPD 27-54-49-03-)
DRAIN AND REFILL OFFSET GEARBOXES OF ROTARY ACTUATORS WITH SEMI-FLUID

2.

Job Set-up Information


A.

Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

REFERENCE
No specific

QTY
AR SAFETY BARRIER(S)

No specific

AR

SAFETY CLIP - CIRCUIT BREAKER

No specific

AR

WARNING NOTICE(S)

No specific

DESIGNATION

Torque wrench: range to between 0.20 and 3.60 M.DAN (2.00 and 26.00
LBF.FT)

460005835
1
98D27803000000
1
A663160
1
FOR FIN 6205CM(FLAP ACTUATOR

SLEEVE - GROUND LOCK


LOCKING TOOL-FLAP SLAT LEVER,INT. POSITION
REPLENISHMENT KIT
1)

FOR FIN 6255CM(FLAP ACTUATOR 1)


No specific

AR

ACCESS PLATFORM 3M (10 FT)- ADJUSTABLE

FOR FIN 6211CM(FLAP ACTUATOR 2)


No specific

AR

ACCESS PLATFORM 3M (10 FT)- ADJUSTABLE

FOR FIN 6221CM(FLAP ACTUATOR 3)


No specific

AR

ACCESS PLATFORM 3M (10 FT)- ADJUSTABLE

FOR FIN 6233CM(FLAP ACTUATOR 4)


No specific

AR

ACCESS PLATFORM 3M (10 FT)- ADJUSTABLE

FOR FIN 6261CM(FLAP ACTUATOR 2)


No specific

AES

AR

ACCESS PLATFORM 3M (10 FT)- ADJUSTABLE

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REFERENCE
QTY
FOR FIN 6271CM(FLAP ACTUATOR 3)
No specific

AR

DESIGNATION

ACCESS PLATFORM 3M (10 FT)- ADJUSTABLE

FOR FIN 6283CM(FLAP ACTUATOR 4)


No specific
B.

AR

Consumable Materials

REFERENCE
Material No: 04-025
Material No: 05-002
Material No: 11-026
Material No: 19-003
C.

ACCESS PLATFORM 3M (10 FT)- ADJUSTABLE

DESIGNATION
COMMON GREASES
LUBRICANT, SEMIFLUID
SPECIAL MATERIALS
PUTTY, ZINC CHROMATE GENERAL PURPOSE
CLEANING AGENTS
SOLVENT GENERAL PURPOSE
LINT-FREE COTTON CLOTH

Work Zones and Access Panels


ZONE/ACCESS

147
148
573
575
673
675
FOR FIN 6205CM(FLAP ACTUATOR

ZONE DESCRIPTION
MAIN GEAR WELL AND HYDRAULIC COMPARTMENT
MAIN GEAR WELL AND HYDRAULIC COMPARTMENT
FIXED STRUCT FROM STA 1800 TO STA 4666
AFT OUTBD SE OF WING AND TE FIXED STRUCT
FIXED STRUCT FROM STA 1800 TO STA 4666
AFT OUTBD SE OF WING AND TE FIXED STRUCT
1)

FOR FIN 6255CM(FLAP ACTUATOR 1)


734, 744
FOR FIN 6211CM(FLAP ACTUATOR 2)
573AB
FOR FIN 6221CM(FLAP ACTUATOR 3)
575BB
FOR FIN 6233CM(FLAP ACTUATOR 4)
575FB
FOR FIN 6261CM(FLAP ACTUATOR 2)
673AB
FOR FIN 6271CM(FLAP ACTUATOR 3)
675BB
FOR FIN 6283CM(FLAP ACTUATOR 4)
675FB
D.

Referenced Information

REFERENCE
27-50-00-866-008-A

DESIGNATION
Extension of the Flaps on the Ground

27-50-00-866-008-A-01

Extension of the Flaps/Slats on the Ground

AES

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REFERENCE
27-50-00-866-009-A

DESIGNATION
Retraction of the Flaps on the Ground

27-50-00-866-009-A-01

Retraction of the Flaps/Slats on the Ground

(Ref. Fig. 12-13-27-991-00400-A - Flap Actuators - Tracks 1, 2, 3 and 4)


FOR FIN 6205CM(FLAP ACTUATOR 1)
FOR FIN 6255CM(FLAP ACTUATOR 1)
32-12-00-010-001-A
Open the Main Gear Doors for Access
32-12-00-410-001-A
Close the Main Gear Doors after Access
FOR FIN 6211CM(FLAP ACTUATOR 2)
57-51-37-000-002-A
Removal of the Access Panels
57-51-37-400-002-A
Installation of the Access Panels
FOR FIN 6221CM(FLAP ACTUATOR 3)
57-51-37-000-004-A
Removal of the Access Panels
57-51-37-400-004-A
Installation of the Access Panels
FOR FIN 6233CM(FLAP ACTUATOR 4)
57-51-37-000-004-A
Removal of the Access Panels
57-51-37-400-004-A
Installation of the Access Panels
FOR FIN 6261CM(FLAP ACTUATOR 2)
57-51-37-000-002-A
Removal of the Access Panels
57-51-37-400-002-A
Installation of the Access Panels
FOR FIN 6271CM(FLAP ACTUATOR 3)
57-51-37-000-004-A
Removal of the Access Panels
57-51-37-400-004-A
Installation of the Access Panels
FOR FIN 6283CM(FLAP ACTUATOR 4)
57-51-37-000-004-A
57-51-37-400-004-A
3.

Removal of the Access Panels


Installation of the Access Panels

Job Set-up
(Ref. Fig. 12-13-27-991-00400-A - Flap Actuators - Tracks 1, 2, 3 and 4)
Subtask 12-13-27-941-055-A
A.

Safety Precautions
(1)

Put a WARNING NOTICE(S) in position in the cockpit to tell persons not to operate the flight controls.

(2)

Put a WARNING NOTICE(S) in position to tell persons not to operate the landing gear doors.

(3)

Put the SAFETY BARRIER(S) in position.

Subtask 12-13-27-860-052-A
B.

Aircraft Maintenance Configuration


WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE TRAVEL RANGES OF THE FLIGHT CONTROLS ARE CLEAR.
MOVEMENT OF FLIGHT CONTROLS CAN CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONS AND/OR DAMAGE.

AES

(1)

Extend the flaps fully (Ref. TASK 27-50-00-866-008-A) or (Ref. TASK 27-50-00-866-008-A-01).

(2)

Make sure that the LOCKING TOOL-FLAP SLAT LEVER,INT. POSITION (98D27803000000) is in
position on the slat/flap control lever.

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Subtask 12-13-27-865-057-A
C.

Open, safety and tag this(these) circuit breaker(s):


PANEL

DESIGNATION
FLIGHT CONTROLS/FLP/CTL AND
MONG/SYS1

49VU
121VU

FLIGHT CONTROLS/FLP/CTL
AND/MONG/SYS2

FIN

LOCATION

6CV

B07

8CV

Q21

Subtask 12-13-27-010-056-A
D.

Get Access
(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

4.

FOR 6205CM (FLAP ACTUATOR 1), 6255CM (FLAP ACTUATOR 1)


(a)

Open the applicable Main Landing Gear (MLG) door 734 744 (Ref. TASK 32-12-00-010-001-A).

(b)

Make sure that the SLEEVE - GROUND LOCK (460005835) is installed.

(c)

Put an ACCESS PLATFORM 3M (10 FT)- ADJUSTABLE in position in the applicable MLG bay.

FOR 6211CM (FLAP ACTUATOR 2)


(a)

Put an ACCESS PLATFORM 3M (10 FT)- ADJUSTABLE below zone 573.

(b)

Remove the access panel 573AB (Ref. TASK 57-51-37-000-002-A).

FOR 6261CM (FLAP ACTUATOR 2)


(a)

Put an ACCESS PLATFORM 3M (10 FT)- ADJUSTABLE below zone 673.

(b)

Remove the access panel 673AB (Ref. TASK 57-51-37-000-002-A).

FOR 6221CM (FLAP ACTUATOR 3)


(a)

Put an ACCESS PLATFORM 3M (10 FT)- ADJUSTABLE below zone 575.

(b)

Remove the access panel 575BB (Ref. TASK 57-51-37-000-004-A).

FOR 6271CM (FLAP ACTUATOR 3)


(a)

Put an ACCESS PLATFORM 3M (10 FT)- ADJUSTABLE below zone 675.

(b)

Remove the access panel 675BB (Ref. TASK 57-51-37-000-004-A).

FOR 6233CM (FLAP ACTUATOR 4)


(a)

Put an ACCESS PLATFORM 3M (10 FT)- ADJUSTABLE below zone 575.

(b)

Remove the access panel 575FB (Ref. TASK 57-51-37-000-004-A).

FOR 6283CM (FLAP ACTUATOR 4)


(a)

Put an ACCESS PLATFORM 3M (10 FT)- ADJUSTABLE below zone 675.

(b)

Remove the access panel 675FB (Ref. TASK 57-51-37-000-004-A).

Procedure
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.

AES

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THESE MATERIALS ARE POISONOUS, FLAMMABLE AND SKIN IRRITANT.
GET MEDICAL HELP IF YOUR SKIN OR EYES BECOME IRRITATED.
CAUTION :

DO NOT GET SEMI-FLUID LUBRICANT ON PLASTIC OR RUBBER MATERIALS. SEMI-FLUID


LUBRICANT CAN CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE SURFACE. REMOVE UNWANTED SEMI-FLUID
LUBRICANT WITH A LINT FREE CLOTH.

CAUTION :

BE
-

CAREFUL WHEN YOU DO MAINTENANCE TASKS ON THE WING TRAILING EDGE:


DO NOT CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE ELECTRICAL CABLE RACEWAYS.
DO NOT CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE ELECTRICAL CABLE INSTALLATIONS.
MAKE SURE THAT THE ELECTRICAL CABLES ARE INSTALLED CORRECTLY. INCORRECT
INSTALLATION CAN CAUSE DAMAGE.

Subtask 12-13-27-612-053-A
A.

AES

Replenishment of the offset gearboxes of the No.1 flap actuators (6205CM,6255CM)


(Ref. Fig. 12-13-27-991-00400-A - Flap Actuators - Tracks 1, 2, 3 and 4)
(1)

Use a LINT-FREE COTTON CLOTH (Material No: 19-003) made moist with CLEANING AGENTS
(Material No: 11-026) to clean the area around the vent plug (1), and the drain plug (2).

(2)

Remove the vent plug (1), and the drain plug (2).

(3)

Use the REPLENISHMENT KIT (A663160) to fill the applicable flap actuator, as follows:
(a)

Install the vent plug adaptor 3/8 UNF (A663159/1) to the vent plug hole of the applicable flap
actuator.

(b)

Install the drain plug adaptor 3/8 UNF (A663159/1) to the drain plug hole of the applicable flap
actuator.

(c)

Assemble the semi-fluid pump (A663130/3) to the semi-fluid container (A663130/7).

(d)

Connect the supply hose from the semi-fluid pump to the drain plug adaptor.

(e)

Assemble the waste lid (A663130/5) to the used fluid container (A663130/6).

(f)

Connect the waste hose from the waste lid to the vent plug adaptor.

(g)

Use the semi-fluid pump to slowly fill the applicable flap actuator.

(h)

Continue to fill the applicable flap actuator until clean COMMON GREASES (Material No:
04-025) flows from the waste hose.

(i)

Disconnect the supply hose from the drain plug adaptor.

(j)

Disconnect the waste hose from the vent plug adaptor.

(k)

Connect the waste hose to the drain plug adaptor.

(l)

Use the empty oil gun (A663130/4) to pressurize the applicable flap actuator with air, as follows:
1

Connect the oil gun hose to the vent plug adaptor, slowly pressurize the applicable flap
actuator.

Continue to supply air, until air only is released from the waste hose. Stop the air supply.

Remove the oil gun hose and the vent plug adaptor.

Remove the waste hose and the drain plug adaptor.

Clean the applicable component interfaces and the adjacent area with a LINT-FREE
COTTON CLOTH (Material No: 19-003) made moist with CLEANING AGENTS (Material
No: 11-026) .

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Make sure that the parts retained from the removed component are clean and in the correct
condition.

Do an inspection of the component interface and/or the adjacent area.

Apply SPECIAL MATERIALS (Material No: 05-002) to the vent plug (1), and the drain
plug (2).

Install the vent plug (1), and the drain plug (2).

10

Torque the vent plug (1) to between 0.54 and 0.66 M.DAN (47.79 and 58.41 LBF.IN).

11

Torque the drain plug (2) to between 0.54 and 0.66 M.DAN (47.79 and 58.41 LBF.IN).

Subtask 12-13-27-612-057-A
B.

AES

Replenishment of the offset gearboxes of the No.2 flap actuators (6211CM,6261CM)


(Ref. Fig. 12-13-27-991-00400-A - Flap Actuators - Tracks 1, 2, 3 and 4)
(1)

Use a LINT-FREE COTTON CLOTH (Material No: 19-003) made moist with CLEANING AGENTS
(Material No: 11-026) to clean the area around the vent plug (3), and the drain plug (4).

(2)

Remove the vent plug (3), and the drain plug (4).

(3)

Use the REPLENISHMENT KIT (A663160) to fill the applicable flap actuator, as follows:
(a)

Install the vent plug adaptor 3/8 UNF (A663159/1) to the vent plug hole of the applicable flap
actuator.

(b)

Install the drain plug adaptor 3/8 UNF (A663159/1) to the drain plug hole of the applicable flap
actuator.

(c)

Assemble the semi-fluid pump (A663130/3) to the semi-fluid container (A663130/7).

(d)

Connect the supply hose from the semi-fluid pump to the drain plug adaptor.

(e)

Assemble the waste lid (A663130/5) to the used fluid container (A663130/6).

(f)

Connect the waste hose from the waste lid to the vent plug adaptor.

(g)

Use the semi-fluid pump to slowly fill the applicable flap actuator.

(h)

Continue to fill the applicable flap actuator until clean COMMON GREASES (Material No:
04-025) flows from the waste hose.

(i)

Disconnect the supply hose from the drain plug adaptor.

(j)

Disconnect the waste hose from the vent plug adaptor.

(k)

Connect the waste hose to the drain plug adaptor.

(l)

Use the empty oil gun (A663130/4) to pressurize the applicable flap actuator with air, as follows:
1

Connect the oil gun hose to the vent plug adaptor, slowly pressurize the applicable flap
actuator.

Continue to supply air, until air only is released from the waste hose. Stop the air supply.

Remove the oil gun hose and the vent plug adaptor.

Remove the waste hose and the drain plug adaptor.

Clean the applicable component interfaces and the adjacent area with a LINT-FREE
COTTON CLOTH (Material No: 19-003) made moist with CLEANING AGENTS (Material
No: 11-026) .

Make sure that the parts retained from the removed component are clean and in the correct
condition.

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Do an inspection of the component interface and/or the adjacent area.

Apply SPECIAL MATERIALS (Material No: 05-002) to the vent plug (3), and the drain
plug (4).

Install the vent plug (3), and the drain plug (4).

10

Torque the vent plug (3) to between 0.54 and 0.66 M.DAN (47.79 and 58.41 LBF.IN).

11

Torque the drain plug (4) to between 0.54 and 0.66 M.DAN (47.79 and 58.41 LBF.IN).

Subtask 12-13-27-612-058-A
C.

AES

Replenishment of the offset gearboxes of the No.3 flap actuators (6221CM,6271CM)


(Ref. Fig. 12-13-27-991-00400-A - Flap Actuators - Tracks 1, 2, 3 and 4)
(1)

Use a LINT-FREE COTTON CLOTH (Material No: 19-003) made moist with CLEANING AGENTS
(Material No: 11-026) to clean the area around the vent plug (5), and the drain plug (6).

(2)

Remove the vent plug (5), and the drain plug (6).

(3)

Use the REPLENISHMENT KIT (A663160) to fill the applicable flap actuator, as follows:
(a)

Install the vent plug adaptor 3/8 UNF (A663159/1) to the vent plug hole of the applicable flap
actuator.

(b)

Install the drain plug adaptor 5/16 UNF (A663159/2) to the drain plug hole of the applicable flap
actuator.

(c)

Assemble the semi-fluid pump (A663130/3) to the semi-fluid container (A663130/7).

(d)

Connect the supply hose from the semi-fluid pump to the drain plug adaptor.

(e)

Assemble the waste lid (A663130/5) to the used fluid container (A663130/6).

(f)

Connect the waste hose from the waste lid to the vent plug adaptor.

(g)

Use the semi-fluid pump to slowly fill the applicable flap actuator.

(h)

Continue to fill the applicable flap actuator until clean COMMON GREASES (Material No:
04-025) flows from the waste hose.

(i)

Disconnect the supply hose from the drain plug adaptor.

(j)

Disconnect the waste hose from the vent plug adaptor.

(k)

Connect the waste hose to the drain plug adaptor.

(l)

Use the empty oil gun (A663130/4) to pressurize the applicable flap actuator with air, as follows:
1

Connect the oil gun hose to the vent plug adaptor, slowly pressurize the applicable flap
actuator.

Continue to supply air, until air only is released from the waste hose. Stop the air supply.

Remove the oil gun hose and the vent plug adaptor.

Remove the waste hose and the drain plug adaptor.

Clean the applicable component interfaces and the adjacent area with a LINT-FREE
COTTON CLOTH (Material No: 19-003) made moist with CLEANING AGENTS (Material
No: 11-026) .

Make sure that the parts retained from the removed component are clean and in the correct
condition.

Do an inspection of the component interface and/or the adjacent area.

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Apply SPECIAL MATERIALS (Material No: 05-002) to the vent plug (5), and the drain
plug (6).

Install the vent plug (5), and the drain plug (6).

10

Torque the vent plug (5) to between 0.54 and 0.66 M.DAN (47.79 and 58.41 LBF.IN).

11

Torque the drain plug (6) to between 0.36 and 0.44 M.DAN (31.86 and 38.94 LBF.IN).

Subtask 12-13-27-612-059-A
D.

AES

Replenishment of the offset gearboxes of the No.4 flap actuators (6233CM,6283CM)


(Ref. Fig. 12-13-27-991-00400-A - Flap Actuators - Tracks 1, 2, 3 and 4)
(1)

Use a LINT-FREE COTTON CLOTH (Material No: 19-003) made moist with CLEANING AGENTS
(Material No: 11-026) to clean the area around the vent plug (7), and the drain plug (8).

(2)

Remove the vent plug (7), and the drain plug (8).

(3)

Use the REPLENISHMENT KIT (A663160) to fill the applicable flap actuator, as follows:
(a)

Install the vent plug adaptor 3/8 UNF (A663159/1) to the vent plug hole of the applicable flap
actuator.

(b)

Install the drain plug adaptor 5/16 UNF (A663159/2) to the drain plug hole of the applicable flap
actuator.

(c)

Assemble the semi-fluid pump (A663130/3) to the semi-fluid container (A663130/7).

(d)

Connect the supply hose from the semi-fluid pump to the drain plug adaptor.

(e)

Assemble the waste lid (A663130/5) to the used fluid container (A663130/6).

(f)

Connect the waste hose from the waste lid to the vent plug adaptor.

(g)

Use the semi-fluid pump to slowly fill the applicable flap actuator.

(h)

Continue to fill the applicable flap actuator until clean COMMON GREASES (Material No:
04-025) flows from the waste hose.

(i)

Disconnect the supply hose from the drain plug adaptor.

(j)

Disconnect the waste hose from the vent plug adaptor.

(k)

Connect the waste hose to the drain plug adaptor.

(l)

Use the empty oil gun (A663130/4) to pressurize the applicable flap actuator with air, as follows:
1

Connect the oil gun hose to the vent plug adaptor, slowly pressurize the applicable flap
actuator.

Continue to supply air, until air only is released from the waste hose. Stop the air supply.

Remove the oil gun hose and the vent plug adaptor.

Remove the waste hose and the drain plug adaptor.

Clean the applicable component interfaces and the adjacent area with a LINT-FREE
COTTON CLOTH (Material No: 19-003) made moist with CLEANING AGENTS (Material
No: 11-026) .

Make sure that the parts retained from the removed component are clean and in the correct
condition.

Do an inspection of the component interface and/or the adjacent area.

Apply SPECIAL MATERIALS (Material No: 05-002) to the vent plug (7), and the drain
plug (8).

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5.

Install the vent plug (7), and the drain plug (8).

10

Torque the vent plug (7) to between 0.54 and 0.66 M.DAN (47.79 and 58.41 LBF.IN).

11

Torque the drain plug (8) to between 0.36 and 0.44 M.DAN (31.86 and 38.94 LBF.IN).

Close-up
Subtask 12-13-27-410-055-A
A.

Close Access
(1)

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

(2)

FOR 6205CM (FLAP ACTUATOR 1), 6255CM (FLAP ACTUATOR 1)


(a)

(3)

FOR 6211CM (FLAP ACTUATOR 2)


(a)

(4)

Install the access panel 575FB (Ref. TASK 57-51-37-400-004-A).

FOR 6283CM (FLAP ACTUATOR 4)


(a)

(9)

Install the access panel 675BB (Ref. TASK 57-51-37-400-004-A).

FOR 6233CM (FLAP ACTUATOR 4)


(a)

(8)

Install the access panel 575BB (Ref. TASK 57-51-37-400-004-A).

FOR 6271CM (FLAP ACTUATOR 3)


(a)

(7)

Install the access panel 673AB (Ref. TASK 57-51-37-400-002-A).

FOR 6221CM (FLAP ACTUATOR 3)


(a)

(6)

Install the access panel 573AB (Ref. TASK 57-51-37-400-002-A).

FOR 6261CM (FLAP ACTUATOR 2)


(a)

(5)

Close the applicable MLG door 734 744 (Ref. TASK 32-12-00-410-001-A).

Install the access panel 675FB (Ref. TASK 57-51-37-400-004-A).

Remove the SLEEVE - GROUND LOCK (460005835) from the MLG.

(10) Remove the access platform(s).


Subtask 12-13-27-865-058-A
B.

Remove the safety clip(s) and the tag(s) and close this(these) circuit breaker(s):
PANEL

49VU
121VU

DESIGNATION
FLIGHT CONTROLS/FLP/CTL AND
MONG/SYS1
FLIGHT CONTROLS/FLP/CTL
AND/MONG/SYS2

FIN

LOCATION

6CV

B07

8CV

Q21

Subtask 12-13-27-860-053-A
C.

Put the aircraft back to its original configuration


WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE TRAVEL RANGES OF THE FLIGHT CONTROLS ARE CLEAR.
MOVEMENT OF FLIGHT CONTROLS CAN CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONS AND/OR DAMAGE.

AES

(1)

Remove the LOCKING TOOL-FLAP SLAT LEVER,INT. POSITION (98D27803000000) from the
slat/flap control lever.

(2)

Retract the flaps fully (Ref. TASK 27-50-00-866-009-A) or (Ref. TASK 27-50-00-866-009-A-01).

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D.

AES

Removal of Equipment
(1)

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

(2)

Remove the safety barriers.

(3)

Remove the warning notice(s).

(4)

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

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A
Z148
Z148
VENT
PLUG
1

A
ACTUATOR
620CM/625CM
DRAIN
PLUG
2

N_MM_121327_3_AGM0_01_00

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FIGURE 12-13-27-991-00400-A SHEET 1


Flap Actuators - Tracks 1, 2, 3 and 4

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573BB
(673BB)

3
VENT PLUG

4
DRAIN PLUG

PRE MODIFICATION 25482J1508 FLAP


ACTUATORS ARE NOT REPLENISHED. VENT
PLUG (3) IS USED FOR REPLENISHMENT OF POST MODIFICATION 25482J1508
FLAP ACTUATORS ONLY.
N_MM_121327_3_AGM0_02_00

AES

FIGURE 12-13-27-991-00400-A SHEET 2


Flap Actuators - Tracks 1, 2, 3 and 4

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575BB
(675BB)

A
RIB12
RIB11

A
ACTUATOR
6221CM(6271CM)

VENT
PLUG 5

DRAIN
PLUG 6

FW

N_MM_121327_3_AGM0_03_00

AES

FIGURE 12-13-27-991-00400-A SHEET 3


Flap Actuators - Tracks 1, 2, 3 and 4

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S T A 1 0 2 0 4 /R I B 1 9
S T A 9 7 0 4 /R I B 1 8

575FB
(675FB)

A
7
VENT PLUG

8
DRAIN PLUG

VENT PLUG
7

N_MM_121327_3_AGM0_04_00

AES

FIGURE 12-13-27-991-00400-A SHEET 4


Flap Actuators - Tracks 1, 2, 3 and 4

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Task 12-13-27-612-005-A
Drain and Refill Flap Actuator Assemblies with Semi-fluid
WARNING : PUT THE SAFETY DEVICES AND THE WARNING NOTICES IN POSITION BEFORE YOU START A
TASK ON OR NEAR:
THE FLIGHT CONTROLS
THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES
THE LANDING GEAR AND THE RELATED DOORS
COMPONENTS THAT MOVE.
WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE GROUND SAFETY-LOCKS ARE IN POSITION ON THE LANDING GEAR.
CAUTION :

BE
-

CAREFUL WHEN YOU DO MAINTENANCE TASKS ON THE WING TRAILING EDGE:


DO NOT CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE ELECTRICAL CABLE RACEWAYS.
DO NOT CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE ELECTRICAL CABLE INSTALLATIONS.
MAKE SURE THAT THE ELECTRICAL CABLES ARE INSTALLED CORRECTLY. INCORRECT
INSTALLATION CAN CAUSE DAMAGE.

FIN 6205CM, 6255CM, 6211CM, 6261CM, 6221CM, 6271CM, 6233CM, 6283CM


1.

Reason for the Job


(Ref. MPD 27-54-49-06-)
DRAIN AND REFILL FLAP ACTUATOR ASSEMBLIES WITH SEMI-FLUID
NOTE :
.
.

2.

This procedure is done in two steps:

step one fills the actuator with clean semi-fluid


step two removes unwanted semi-fluid from the actuator.

Job Set-up Information


A.

Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

REFERENCE
No specific

QTY
AR SAFETY BARRIER(S)

No specific

AR

SAFETY CLIP - CIRCUIT BREAKER

No specific

AR

WARNING NOTICE(S)

No specific

DESIGNATION

Torque wrench: range to between 0.20 and 3.60 M.DAN (2.00 and 26.00
LBF.FT)

A663160
1
REPLENISHMENT KIT
FOR FIN 6205CM(FLAP ACTUATOR 1)
FOR FIN 6255CM(FLAP ACTUATOR 1)
No specific

AR

ACCESS PLATFORM 3M (10 FT)- ADJUSTABLE

460005835
1
SLEEVE - GROUND LOCK
FOR FIN 6211CM(FLAP ACTUATOR 2)
FOR FIN 6261CM(FLAP ACTUATOR 2)
No specific

AR

ACCESS PLATFORM 3M (10 FT)- ADJUSTABLE

FOR FIN 6221CM(FLAP ACTUATOR 3)


FOR FIN 6233CM(FLAP ACTUATOR 4)

AES

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REFERENCE
QTY
FOR FIN 6271CM(FLAP ACTUATOR 3)

DESIGNATION

FOR FIN 6283CM(FLAP ACTUATOR 4)


No specific
B.

AR

Consumable Materials

REFERENCE
Material No: 04-025
Material No: 05-115
Material No: 11-026
Material No: 19-003
C.

ACCESS PLATFORM 3M (10 FT)

DESIGNATION
COMMON GREASES
LUBRICANT, SEMIFLUID
SPECIAL MATERIALS
JOINTING COMPOUND (CONDUCTIVE)
CLEANING AGENTS
SOLVENT GENERAL PURPOSE
LINT-FREE COTTON CLOTH

Work Zones and Access Panels


ZONE/ACCESS

147
148
573
575
673
675
FOR FIN 6205CM(FLAP ACTUATOR

ZONE DESCRIPTION
MAIN GEAR WELL AND HYDRAULIC COMPARTMENT
MAIN GEAR WELL AND HYDRAULIC COMPARTMENT
FIXED STRUCT FROM STA 1800 TO STA 4666
AFT OUTBD SE OF WING AND TE FIXED STRUCT
FIXED STRUCT FROM STA 1800 TO STA 4666
AFT OUTBD SE OF WING AND TE FIXED STRUCT
1)

FOR FIN 6255CM(FLAP ACTUATOR 1)


734, 744
FOR FIN 6211CM(FLAP ACTUATOR 2)
573AB
FOR FIN 6221CM(FLAP ACTUATOR 3)
575BB
FOR FIN 6233CM(FLAP ACTUATOR 4)
575FB
FOR FIN 6261CM(FLAP ACTUATOR 2)
673AB
FOR FIN 6271CM(FLAP ACTUATOR 3)
675BB
FOR FIN 6283CM(FLAP ACTUATOR 4)
675FB
D.

Referenced Information

REFERENCE
27-00-00-080-002-A

DESIGNATION
Removal of the Flap/Slat Control-Lever Locking Tool (98D27803000000)

27-50-00-866-008-A

Extension of the Flaps on the Ground

27-50-00-866-008-A-01

Extension of the Flaps/Slats on the Ground

AES

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REFERENCE
27-50-00-866-009-A

DESIGNATION
Retraction of the Flaps on the Ground

27-50-00-866-009-A-01

Retraction of the Flaps/Slats on the Ground

27-50-00-866-011-A
27-50-00-866-012-A

Manual Extension of the Flaps


Manual Retraction of the Flaps

27-60-00-866-002-A

Extension-Retraction of the Spoilers for Maintenance

(Ref. Fig. 12-13-27-991-00500-A - Flap Actuator - Track 1)


(Ref. Fig. 12-13-27-991-00600-A - Flap Actuators - Tracks 2 thru 4)
FOR FIN 6205CM(FLAP ACTUATOR 1)
FOR FIN 6255CM(FLAP ACTUATOR 1)
32-12-00-010-001-A

Open the Main Gear Doors for Access

32-12-00-410-001-A

Close the Main Gear Doors after Access

3.

Job Set-up
Subtask 12-13-27-941-056-A
A.

Safety Precautions
(1)

Put a WARNING NOTICE(S) in position in the cockpit to tell persons not to operate the flight controls.

(2)

Put a WARNING NOTICE(S) in position to tell persons not to operate the landing gear doors.

(3)

Put the SAFETY BARRIER(S) in position.

Subtask 12-13-27-860-054-A
B.

Aircraft Maintenance Configuration


WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE TRAVEL RANGES OF THE FLIGHT CONTROLS ARE CLEAR.
MOVEMENT OF FLIGHT CONTROLS CAN CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONS AND/OR DAMAGE.
(1)

Extend the flaps fully (Ref. TASK 27-50-00-866-008-A) or (Ref. TASK 27-50-00-866-008-A-01).

(2)

Make sure that the LOCKING TOOL-FLAP SLAT LEVER,INT. POSITION (98D27803000000) is in
position on the flap/slat control lever in the cockpit.

(3)

Extend the spoilers 1 thru 5 (Ref. TASK 27-60-00-866-002-A).

(4)

Make sure that a COLLAR-SAFETY, SPOILER (98D27604000000) is installed on each spoiler servocontrol.

Subtask 12-13-27-865-059-A
C.

Open, safety and tag this(these) circuit breaker(s):


PANEL

49VU
121VU

AES

DESIGNATION
FLIGHT CONTROLS/FLP/CTL AND
MONG/SYS1
FLIGHT CONTROLS/FLP/CTL
AND/MONG/SYS2

FIN

LOCATION

6CV

B07

8CV

Q21

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D.

Get Access
(1)

(2)

(3)

4.

FOR 6205CM (FLAP ACTUATOR 1), 6255CM (FLAP ACTUATOR 1)


(a)

Open the applicable Main Landing Gear (MLG) door 734 744 (Ref. TASK 32-12-00-010-001-A).

(b)

Make sure that the SLEEVE - GROUND LOCK (460005835) is installed on the applicable MLG
door actuating-cylinder.

(c)

Put an ACCESS PLATFORM 3M (10 FT)- ADJUSTABLE in position in the applicable MLG bay.

FOR 6211CM (FLAP ACTUATOR 2), 6261CM (FLAP ACTUATOR 2)


(a)

Put an ACCESS PLATFORM 3M (10 FT)- ADJUSTABLE below the applicable zone 573(673).

(b)

FOR 6211CM (FLAP ACTUATOR 2)


. open the access door 573AB.

(c)

FOR 6261CM (FLAP ACTUATOR 2)


. open the access door 673AB.

FOR 6221CM (FLAP ACTUATOR 3), 6271CM (FLAP ACTUATOR 3), 6233CM (FLAP ACTUATOR
4), 6283CM (FLAP ACTUATOR 4)
(a)

Put an ACCESS PLATFORM 3M (10 FT) below the applicable zone 575(675).

(b)

FOR 6221CM (FLAP ACTUATOR 3)


. open the access door 575BB.

(c)

FOR 6271CM (FLAP ACTUATOR 3)


. open the access door 675BB.

(d)

FOR 6233CM (FLAP ACTUATOR 4)


. open the access door 575FB.

(e)

FOR 6283CM (FLAP ACTUATOR 4)


. open the access door 675FB.

Procedure
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.

AES

CAUTION :

DO NOT GET SEMI-FLUID LUBRICANT ON PLASTIC OR RUBBER MATERIALS. SEMI-FLUID


LUBRICANT CAN CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE SURFACE. REMOVE UNWANTED SEMI-FLUID
LUBRICANT WITH A LINT FREE CLOTH.

CAUTION :

BE
-

CAREFUL WHEN YOU DO MAINTENANCE TASKS ON THE WING TRAILING EDGE:


DO NOT CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE ELECTRICAL CABLE RACEWAYS.
DO NOT CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE ELECTRICAL CABLE INSTALLATIONS.
MAKE SURE THAT THE ELECTRICAL CABLES ARE INSTALLED CORRECTLY. INCORRECT
INSTALLATION CAN CAUSE DAMAGE.

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Subtask 12-13-27-612-061-A
A.

To
.
.
.
.

Fill the Flap Actuators


flap actuator No.1 6205CM(6255CM)
flap actuator No.2 6211CM(6261CM)
flap actuator No.3 6221CM(6271CM)
flap actuator No.4 6233CM(6283CM)
(Ref. Fig. 12-13-27-991-00500-A - Flap Actuator - Track 1)
(Ref. Fig. 12-13-27-991-00600-A - Flap Actuators - Tracks 2 thru 4)

(1)

Fill the flap actuator No.1 6205CM(6255CM) with clean COMMON GREASES (Material No: 04-025) as
follows:
(a)

Use a LINT-FREE COTTON CLOTH (Material No: 19-003) made moist with CLEANING
AGENTS (Material No: 11-026) to clean the area around the vent plug (1), and the drain plug
(2).

(b)

Remove the vent plug (1) from the flap actuator.

(c)

Remove the drain plug (2) from the flap actuator.


NOTE :

(d)

Connect the REPLENISHMENT KIT (A663160) to fill the flap actuator, as follows:
1

Install the vent plug adaptor 3/8 UNF (A663159) in the vent plug hole of the flap actuator.

Install the drain plug adaptor 3/8 UNF (A663159) in the drain plug hole of the flap
actuator.

Assemble the semi-fluid pump (A663130/3) to the semi-fluid container (A663130/7).

Connect the supply hose from the semi-fluid pump to the vent plug adaptor.

Assemble the waste lid (A663130/5) to the used fluid container (A663130/6).

Connect the waste hose from the waste lid to the drain plug adaptor.

(e)

Operate the semi-fluid pump and slowly fill the flap actuator with clean COMMON GREASES
(Material No: 04-025) . Operate the pump handle through its full travel until clean semi-fluid
flows from the drain hose.

(f)

Disconnect the supply hose from the vent plug adaptor.

(g)

Remove the vent plug adaptor from the flap actuator.

(h)

Disconnect the waste hose from the drain plug adaptor.

(i)

Remove the drain plug adaptor from the flap actuator.


NOTE :

(2)

The vent plug (1) and the drain plug (2) are torque tightened at the end of this
procedure.

(j)

Install (but do not torque tighten) the vent plug (1) in the flap actuator.

(k)

Install (but do not torque tighten) the drain plug (2) in the flap actuator.

Do the steps (1)(a) thru (1)(k) and fill the:


.
.
.

AES

The drain plug (2) is at the bottom location on the actuator.

flap actuator No.2 6211CM(6261CM)


flap actuator No.3 6221CM(6271CM)
flap actuator No.4 6233CM(6283CM).

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Subtask 12-13-27-612-062-A
B.

To
.
.
.
.

Remove Unwanted Semi-fluid From the Flap Actuators:


flap actuator No.1 6205CM(6255CM)
flap actuator No.2 6211CM(6261CM)
flap actuator No.3 6221CM(6271CM)
flap actuator No.4 6233CM(6283CM)
(Ref. Fig. 12-13-27-991-00500-A - Flap Actuator - Track 1)
(Ref. Fig. 12-13-27-991-00600-A - Flap Actuators - Tracks 2 thru 4)

(1)

Operate the flaps through their full range of travel five times (Ref. TASK 27-50-00-866-011-A) and
(Ref. TASK 27-50-00-866-012-A). After the last operation, make sure that the flaps are in the fully
extended position.

(2)

Remove unwanted semi-fluid from the flap actuator No.1 6205CM(6255CM) as follows:
(a)

Remove the vent plug (1) from the flap actuator.

(b)

Remove the drain plug (2) from the flap actuator.


NOTE :

The drain plug (2) is at the bottom location on the actuator.

(c)

Install the vent plug adaptor 3/8 UNF (A663159) in the vent plug hole of the flap actuator.

(d)

Install the drain plug adaptor 3/8 UNF (A663159) in the drain plug hole of the flap actuator.

(e)

Connect the waste hose from the waste lid (A663130/5) to the drain plug adaptor.

(f)

Connect the empty oil gun (A663130/4) to the vent plug adaptor.

(g)

Operate the empty oil gun 15 times to put air into the flap actuator and push out unwanted semifluid. Make sure that you operate the oil gun handle through its full range each time.

(h)

Disconnect the oil gun from the vent plug adaptor.

(i)

Remove the vent plug adaptor from the flap actuator.

(j)

Disconnect the waste hose from the drain plug adaptor.

(k)

Remove the drain plug adapter from the flap actuator.

(l)

Install (but do not torque tighten) the vent plug (1) in the flap actuator.

(m) Install (but do not torque tighten) the drain plug (2) in the flap actuator.
(3)

Do
.
.
.

(4)

Operate the flaps through their full range of travel five times again (Ref. TASK 27-50-00-866-011-A)
and (Ref. TASK 27-50-00-866-012-A). After the last operation, make sure that the flaps are in the fully
extended position.

(5)

Do
.
.
.
.

(6)

Torque tighten the vent plug (1) of each flap actuator as follows:
(a)

AES

the steps (2)(a) thru (2)(m) and remove unwanted semi-fluid from the:
flap actuator No.2 6211CM(6261CM)
flap actuator No.3 6221CM(6271CM)
flap actuator No.4 6233CM(6283CM).

the steps (2)(a) thru (2)(m) again for the:


flap actuator No.1 6205CM(6255CM)
flap actuator No.2 6211CM(6261CM)
flap actuator No.3 6221CM(6271CM)
flap actuator No.4 6233CM(6283CM).
Remove the vent plug (1) from the flap actuator.

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(7)

5.

(b)

Apply SPECIAL MATERIALS (Material No: 05-115) to the mating surfaces of the vent plug (1)
and the offset gearbox.

(c)

Install the vent plug (1) in the offset gearbox. TORQUE the vent plug (1) to between 0.54 and
0.66 M.DAN (47.79 and 58.41 LBF.IN).

Torque tighten the drain plug (2) of each flap actuator as follows:
(a)

Remove the drain plug (2) from the flap actuator.

(b)

Apply SPECIAL MATERIALS (Material No: 05-115) to the mating surfaces of the drain plug (2)
and the offset gearbox.

(c)

Install the drain plug (2) in the offset gearbox. TORQUE the drain plug (2):
.

flap actuator No.1 to between 0.54 and 0.66 M.DAN (47.79 and 58.41 LBF.IN)

flap actuator No.2 to between 0.54 and 0.66 M.DAN (47.79 and 58.41 LBF.IN)

flap actuator No.3 to between 0.36 and 0.44 M.DAN (31.86 and 38.94 LBF.IN)

flap actuator No.4 to between 0.36 and 0.44 M.DAN (31.86 and 38.94 LBF.IN)

Close-up
Subtask 12-13-27-410-056-A
A.

Close Access
(1)

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

(2)

FOR 6205CM (FLAP ACTUATOR 1), 6255CM (FLAP ACTUATOR 1)

(3)

(4)

AES

(a)

Remove the SLEEVE - GROUND LOCK (460005835) from the MLG.

(b)

Close the applicable MLG door 734 744 (Ref. TASK 32-12-00-410-001-A).

Close the applicable access door:


(a)

FOR 6211CM (FLAP ACTUATOR 2)


close the access door 573AB

(b)

FOR 6261CM (FLAP ACTUATOR 2)


close the access door 673AB

(c)

FOR 6221CM (FLAP ACTUATOR 3)


close the access door 575BB

(d)

FOR 6271CM (FLAP ACTUATOR 3)


close the access door 675BB

(e)

FOR 6233CM (FLAP ACTUATOR 4)


close the access door 575FB

(f)

FOR 6283CM (FLAP ACTUATOR 4)


close the access door 675FB

Remove the access platform(s).

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B.

Remove the safety clip(s) and the tag(s) and close this(these) circuit breaker(s):
PANEL

49VU
121VU

DESIGNATION
FLIGHT CONTROLS/FLP/CTL AND
MONG/SYS1
FLIGHT CONTROLS/FLP/CTL
AND/MONG/SYS2

FIN

LOCATION

6CV

B07

8CV

Q21

Subtask 12-13-27-860-055-A
C.

Put the Aircraft Back to its Original Configuration


WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE TRAVEL RANGES OF THE FLIGHT CONTROLS ARE CLEAR.
MOVEMENT OF FLIGHT CONTROLS CAN CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONS AND/OR DAMAGE.
(1)

Retract the spoilers 1 thru 5 (Ref. TASK 27-60-00-866-002-A).

(2)

Remove the LOCKING TOOL-FLAP SLAT LEVER,INT. POSITION (98D27803000000) from the
flap/slat control lever (Ref. TASK 27-00-00-080-002-A).

(3)

Retract the flaps fully (Ref. TASK 27-50-00-866-009-A) or (Ref. TASK 27-50-00-866-009-A-01).

Subtask 12-13-27-942-058-A
D.

AES

Removal of Equipment
(1)

Remove the safety barriers.

(2)

Remove the warning notice(s).

(3)

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

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Z744

A
FLAP ACTUATOR No.1
6205CM(6255CM)

Z734

OFFSET
GEARBOX
(REF)

ROTARY
ACUATOR
(REF)

N_MM_121327_3_APM0_01_00

AES

FIGURE 12-13-27-991-00500-A SHEET 1


Flap Actuator - Track 1

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(673AB)
573AB

A
FLAP ACTUATOR No.2
6211CM(6261CM)

ROTARY
ACTUATOR
(REF)

2
OFFSET
GEARBOX
(REF)

FW

N_MM_121327_3_ATM0_01_00

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FIGURE 12-13-27-991-00600-A SHEET 1


Flap Actuators - Tracks 2 thru 4

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575BB
(675BB)

A
RIB12
RIB11

OFFSET GEARBOX
(REF)

A
FLAP ACTUATOR No.3
6221CM (6271CM)
1

ROTARY
ACTUATOR
(REF)

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FIGURE 12-13-27-991-00600-A SHEET 2


Flap Actuators - Tracks 2 thru 4

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STA10204/RIB19
STA9704/RIB18

575FB
(675FB)

A
FLAP ACTUATOR
6233CM(6283CM)

OFFSET GEARBOX
(REF)
1

ROTARY
ACTUATOR
(REF)

N_MM_121327_3_ATM0_03_00

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FIGURE 12-13-27-991-00600-A SHEET 3


Flap Actuators - Tracks 2 thru 4

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HYDRAULIC POWER - SERVICING


** On A/C 005-099
Task 12-13-29-600-001-A
Servicing of the Ram Air Turbine (RAT)
FIN 2GE
1.

Reason for the Job


Self explanatory

2.

Job Set-up Information


A.

Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

REFERENCE
No specific

QTY
AR SAFETY BARRIER(S)

No specific

AR

SAFETY CLIP - CIRCUIT BREAKER

No specific

WARNING NOTICE(S)

No specific

B.

Torque wrench: range to between 2.50 and 18.50 LBF.FT (0.34 and 2.60
M.DAN)

Consumable Materials

REFERENCE
Material No: 03-003
Material No: 19-003
Material No: 19-010
C.

DESIGNATION

DESIGNATION
OILS
LUBRICATING OIL TURBINE SYNTHETIC BASE
LINT-FREE COTTON CLOTH
LOCKWIRE STAINLSS STL ANNEALED 0.8MM DIA

Work Zones and Access Panels


ZONE/ACCESS

ZONE DESCRIPTION

195EB
D.

Expendable Parts

FIG.ITEM
2

DESIGNATION

IPC-CSN
29-22-51-01-050

packing
E.

Referenced Information

REFERENCE
29-10-00-864-003-A

DESIGNATION
Depressurize the Blue Hydraulic System

29-22-00-869-005-A

Extension of the Ram Air Turbine (RAT) on the Ground

29-22-00-869-006-A

Retraction of the Ram Air Turbine (RAT) on the Ground

(Ref. Fig. 12-13-29-991-00100-A - Ram Air Turbine)

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Job Set-up
Subtask 12-13-29-860-050-A
A.

Aircraft Maintenance Configuration


(1)

Depressurize the Blue hydraulic system


(Ref. TASK 29-10-00-864-003-A).

(2)

Extend the Ram Air Turbine (RAT) (Ref. TASK 29-22-00-869-005-A).

(3)

Put the safety barriers in position.

(4)

Put the WARNING NOTICE(S) in position to tell persons not to pressurize the Blue hydraulic system:
.
.

in the cockpit on the hydraulic section 40VU of the overhead panel,


on the ground service panel of the Blue hydraulic system.

Subtask 12-13-29-010-050-A
B.

Get Access
(1)

Open the access door 195EB.

Subtask 12-13-29-865-050-A
C.

Open, safety and tag this(these) circuit breaker(s):


PANEL

49VU

DESIGNATION
HYD/RAT/CTL

2801GE

D14

106VU

CSM/G /EV/MAN/SPLY

6XE

B04

121VU

HYDRAULIC/RAT/SPLY/EXTN/SOL1

2803GE

P33

4.

FIN

LOCATION

Procedure
Subtask 12-13-29-612-050-A
A.

5.

Oil Replenishing of the Lower RAT Gearbox


(Ref. Fig. 12-13-29-991-00100-A - Ram Air Turbine)
(1)

Remove and discard the lockwire from the oil fill plug (1).

(2)

Remove the oil fill plug (1).

(3)

Fill the RAT gearbox with OILS (Material No: 03-003) , until it spills from the fill port.

(4)

Clean the oil fill plug (1) with a clean lint-free cloth LINT-FREE COTTON CLOTH (Material No:
19-003) .

(5)

If necessary install a new (IPC-CSN 29-22-51-01) packing (2) on the fill plug (1).

(6)

Install the fill plug (1) in the lower gearbox (3).

(7)

TORQUE the fill plug (1) to between 9.2 and 12.5 LBF.FT (1.25 and 1.69 M.DAN).

(8)

Safety the oil fill plug (1) with the lockwire LOCKWIRE STAINLSS STL ANNEALED 0.8MM DIA
(Material No: 19-010) .

Close-up
Subtask 12-13-29-865-051-A
A.

Remove the safety clip(s) and the tag(s) and close this(these) circuit breaker(s):
PANEL

49VU

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DESIGNATION
HYD/RAT/CTL

FIN
2801GE

LOCATION
D14

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PANEL

DESIGNATION
CSM/G /EV/MAN/SPLY

6XE

FIN
B04

LOCATION

121VU

HYDRAULIC/RAT/SPLY/EXTN/SOL1

2803GE

P33

Subtask 12-13-29-410-050-A
B.

Close Access
(1)

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

(2)

Close the access door 195EB.

Subtask 12-13-29-860-051-A
C.

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Put the aircraft back to its initial configuration.


(1)

Retract the RAT (Ref. TASK 29-22-00-869-006-A).

(2)

Remove the SAFETY BARRIER(S).

(3)

Remove the warning notice(s).

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B
3

B
EXAMPLE
SIGHT GLASS
2
1

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FIGURE 12-13-29-991-00100-A SHEET 1


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** On A/C ALL
Task 12-13-49-612-001-A
Check APU Oil Level and Replenish
FIN 4005KM
1.

Reason for the Job


Self explanatory

2.

Job Set-up Information


A.

Referenced Information

REFERENCE
** On A/C 006-099
49-90-00-600-004-A

DESIGNATION
Check Oil Level and Replenish (APS 3200)

** On A/C 003-005
49-90-00-600-007-A
3.

Check Oil Level and Replenish (131-9(A))

Job Set-up
** On A/C ALL
Subtask 12-13-49-860-054-A
A.

4.

Not applicable

Procedure
Subtask 12-13-49-612-050-A
A.

Oil Service for


. GTCP 36-300 APU
(Ref. AMM 49-90-00-600-001)
. APS 3200 APU

** On A/C 006-099
(Ref. TASK 49-90-00-600-004-A)
131-9(A) APU
** On A/C 003-005
EMB SB 49-1082 FOR A/C 003-005
(Ref. TASK 49-90-00-600-007-A).

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ENGINE OIL - SERVICING


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Task 12-13-79-610-010-A
Drain the Engine Oil System
WARNING : DO NOT GET ENGINE OIL ON YOUR SKIN FOR A LONG TIME. FLUSH THE OIL FROM YOUR SKIN
WITH WATER. THE OIL IS DANGEROUS IF YOU LET IT BE ABSORBED THROUGH YOUR SKIN AND
INTO YOUR BODY.
WARNING : BE CAREFUL WHEN YOU WORK ON THE ENGINE COMPONENTS IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE ENGINE
IS SHUTDOWN. THE ENGINE COMPONENTS CAN STAY HOT FOR UP TO ONE HOUR.
WARNING : DO NOT REMOVE THE OIL TANK CAP FOR FIVE MINUTES AFTER THE ENGINE STOPS, TO PERMIT
THE PRESSURE IN THE OIL TANK TO DECREASE.
CAUTION :

DO NOT LET THE ENGINE MOTOR WHEN THE OIL IS DRAINED.

CAUTION :

DO NOT LET ENGINE FUEL OR OIL FALL ON THE ENGINE. UNWANTED FUEL OR OIL MUST BE
REMOVED IMMEDIATELY WITH A CLEAN LINT FREE CLOTH. THE FUEL OR OIL CAN CAUSE
DAMAGE TO THE SURFACE PROTECTION AND TO SOME PARTS.

CAUTION :

DO NOT PUT OIL THAT HAS BEEN DRAINED FROM THE ENGINE BACK IN TO THE OIL SYSTEM.

1.

Reason for the Job


Self explanatory

2.

Job Set-up Information


A.

Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

REFERENCE
No specific

QTY
DESIGNATION
AR CONTAINER 50 L(15 USGAL)

No specific

AR

No specific

B.

Torque wrench: range to between 30.00 and 220.00 LBF.IN (0.34 and 2.60
M.DAN)

Consumable Materials

REFERENCE
Material No: V02-141
Material No: V10-039
C.

WARNING NOTICE(S)

DESIGNATION
corrosion resistant steel lockwire
engine oil

Work Zones and Access Panels


ZONE/ACCESS

ZONE DESCRIPTION

FOR FIN 1000EM1(ENGINE-1)


437AL, 438AR
FOR FIN 1000EM2(ENGINE-2)
447AL, 448AR

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Expendable Parts

FIG.ITEM
11
17

DESIGNATION

IPC-CSN
72-60-21-80-020
79-22-44-80-020

packing
packing
E.

Referenced Information

REFERENCE
12-13-79-610-012-A

DESIGNATION
Prime the Engine Oil System

70-23-11-911-013-A

General Torque Tightening Techniques

70-23-13-911-010-A

Procedures for the Installation of Preformed Packings

70-40-11-911-014-A

Locking Devices General Information

71-13-00-010-010-A

Opening of the Fan Cowls 437AL(447AL),438AR(448AR)

71-13-00-410-010-A

Closing of the Fan Cowls 437AL(447AL),438AR(448AR)

79-22-45-000-011-A

Removal of the Magnetic Chip Detector Housing

79-22-45-400-011-A

Installation of the Magnetic Chip Detector Housing

(Ref. Fig. 12-13-79-991-15000-A - Oil Tank Filler Cap)


(Ref. Fig. 12-13-79-991-15100-A - Oil Tank and Oil Pressure Pump Filter Drains)
(Ref. Fig. 12-13-79-991-15200-A - External Gearbox Chip Detectors)
(Ref. Fig. 12-13-79-991-15300-A - Oil Scavenge Filter Drain)
3.

Job Set-up
Subtask 12-13-79-941-060-A
A.

Safety Precautions
(1)

On the center pedestal, on the ENG panel 115VU:


(a)

Put a WARNING NOTICE(S) 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 overhead 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(S) to tell persons not to energize the FADEC 1(2).

Subtask 12-13-79-010-062-A
B.

4.

Open the fan cowls (Ref. TASK 71-13-00-010-010-A):


(1)

FOR 1000EM1 (ENGINE-1)


437AL 438AR

(2)

FOR 1000EM2 (ENGINE-2)


447AL 448AR

Procedure
Subtask 12-13-79-680-057-A
A.

Drain the engine oil system as follows:


(1)

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Drain the oil tank


(Ref. Fig. 12-13-79-991-15000-A - Oil Tank Filler Cap)

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(2)

(3)

(4)

(a)

Put a clean CONTAINER 50 L(15 USGAL) below the oil tank to catch the drained oil.

(b)

Loosen the oil filler cap.

(c)

Remove the oil tank drain plug (10) from the front flange of the gearbox (below the oil pressure
pump).

(d)

Let the engine oil drain in to the container for a minimum of 10 minutes.

(e)

Remove and discard the packing (11).

(f)

Remove the container and discard the drained oil.

Drain the external gearbox


(Ref. Fig. 12-13-79-991-15000-A - Oil Tank Filler Cap)
(Ref. Fig. 12-13-79-991-15200-A - External Gearbox Chip Detectors)
(a)

Put a clean CONTAINER 50 L(15 USGAL) below the external gearbox to catch the drained oil.

(b)

Remove the chip detector housing (13) and (15) (Ref. TASK 79-22-45-000-011-A) and let the oil
drain in to the container.

(c)

Remove the container and discard the drained oil.

Drain the oil scavenge filter


(Ref. Fig. 12-13-79-991-15300-A - Oil Scavenge Filter Drain)
(a)

Put a clean CONTAINER 50 L(15 USGAL) in position below the oil scavenge filter (16) to catch
the drained oil.

(b)

Remove and discard the lockwire (19) that safeties the plug (18).

(c)

Remove the plug (18) and let the oil drain in to the container.

(d)

Remove and discard the packing (17).

(e)

Remove the container and discard the drained oil.

Drain the oil pressure pump filter


(Ref. Fig. 12-13-79-991-15100-A - Oil Tank and Oil Pressure Pump Filter Drains)
(a)

Put a clean CONTAINER 50 L(15 USGAL) in position below the oil pressure pump filter to catch
the drained oil.

(b)

Remove the nut (9) and let the oil drain in to the container.

(c)

Remove the container and discard the drained oil.

Subtask 12-13-79-420-053-A
B.

Install the oil pressure pump filter drain nut


(Ref. Fig. 12-13-79-991-15100-A - Oil Tank and Oil Pressure Pump Filter Drains)
(1)

Install the nut (9) on to the oil pressure pump (12) filter cover.

(2)

TORQUE the nut (9) to between 53 and 71 LBF.IN (0.60 and 0.80 M.DAN) (Ref. TASK
70-23-11-911-013-A).

Subtask 12-13-79-420-054-A
C.

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Install the oil scavenge filter drain plug


(Ref. Fig. 12-13-79-991-15300-A - Oil Scavenge Filter Drain)
(1)

Lubricate a new (IPC-CSN 79-22-44-80) packing (17) with engine oil (Material No: V10-039) .

(2)

Install the packing (17) on to the plug (18) (Ref. TASK 70-23-13-911-010-A).

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(3)

Install the plug (18) in to the oil scavenge filter (16) cover.

(4)

TORQUE the plug (18) to between 53 and 71 LBF.IN (0.60 and 0.80 M.DAN) (Ref. TASK
70-23-11-911-013-A).

(5)

Safety the plug (18) with corrosion resistant steel lockwire (Material No: V02-141) (Ref. TASK
70-40-11-911-014-A).

Subtask 12-13-79-420-055-A
D.

Install the magnetic chip detector housings (13) and (15) (Ref. TASK 79-22-45-400-011-A)
(Ref. Fig. 12-13-79-991-15200-A - External Gearbox Chip Detectors)

Subtask 12-13-79-420-056-A
E.

Install the oil tank drain plug


(Ref. Fig. 12-13-79-991-15100-A - Oil Tank and Oil Pressure Pump Filter Drains)
(1)

Apply engine oil (Material No: V10-039) to a new (IPC-CSN 72-60-21-80) packing (11) and to the
threads of the drain plug (10).

(2)

Install the new packing (11) to the drain plug (10) (Ref. TASK 70-23-13-911-010-A).

(3)

Install the drain plug (10) in to the drain adapter on the oil tank (on the front of the gearbox).

(4)

TORQUE the drain plug (10) to between 53 and 71 LBF.IN (0.60 and 0.80 M.DAN) (Ref. TASK
70-23-11-911-013-A).

(5)

Safety the drain plug (10) with the corrosion resistant steel lockwire (Material No: V02-141) (Ref.
TASK 70-40-11-911-014-A).

Subtask 12-13-79-612-058-A
F.
5.

Prime the Engine Oil System (Ref. TASK 12-13-79-610-012-A).

Close-up
Subtask 12-13-79-410-062-A
A.

Close Access
(1)

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

(2)

Close the fan cowls (Ref. TASK 71-13-00-410-010-A):

(3)

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(a)

FOR 1000EM1 (ENGINE-1)


437AL 438AR

(b)

FOR 1000EM2 (ENGINE-2)


447AL 448AR

Remove the warning notice(s).

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HANDLE
(lifted and in open position)

FILLER CAP 1
3 LOCK
PACKING 2

4 SLOT

FWD

OIL TANK
8

FILLER
CAP

5 OIL LEVEL
INDICATOR

6 HANDLE
(lowered and in closed position)

7 FILLER NECK

10009C

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FIGURE 12-13-79-991-15000-A SHEET 1


Oil Tank Filler Cap

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OIL
PRESSURE PUMP

PACKING 11
9 NUT

B
10
PLUG

17776

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FIGURE 12-13-79-991-15100-A SHEET 1


Oil Tank and Oil Pressure Pump Filter Drains

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CHIP DETECTOR 15

14
EXTERNAL
GEARBOX

13 CHIP DETECTOR

FWD

C
17777
N_MM_121379_3_XEM0_01_00

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FIGURE 12-13-79-991-15200-A SHEET 1


External Gearbox Chip Detectors

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16
OIL SCAVENGE
FILTER

D
LOCK WIRE 19

17
PACKING PREFORMED

18 PLUG

17778

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FIGURE 12-13-79-991-15300-A SHEET 1


Oil Scavenge Filter Drain

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Task 12-13-79-610-011-A
Check Oil Level and Replenish
WARNING : DO NOT GET ENGINE OIL ON YOUR SKIN FOR A LONG TIME. FLUSH THE OIL FROM YOUR SKIN
WITH WATER. THE OIL IS DANGEROUS IF YOU LET IT BE ABSORBED THROUGH YOUR SKIN AND
INTO YOUR BODY.
WARNING : BE CAREFUL WHEN YOU WORK ON THE ENGINE COMPONENTS IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE ENGINE
IS SHUTDOWN. THE ENGINE COMPONENTS CAN STAY HOT FOR UP TO ONE HOUR.
WARNING : DO NOT REMOVE THE OIL TANK CAP FOR FIVE MINUTES AFTER THE ENGINE STOPS, TO PERMIT
THE PRESSURE IN THE OIL TANK TO DECREASE.
CAUTION :

IF THE ENGINE WAS STOPPED FOR MORE THAN 1 HOUR, DO THE SPECIFIC MAINTENANCE
ACTION TO MAKE SURE THAT THE OIL LEVEL IS CORRECT. THIS WILL PREVENT OVER-SERVICING
IF OIL IS ADDED.

CAUTION :

ADDING TOO MUCH OIL TO THE TANK CAN RESULT IN AMBER CROSS QUANTITY INDICATION
WARNINGS AND SERVICE DISRUPTION.

1.

Reason for the Job


This task gives the instructions necessary to fill the engine oil tank if the oil level has decreased during normal
engine operation.

2.

Job Set-up Information


A.

Consumable Materials

REFERENCE
Material No: V10-039

engine oil

Material No: V10-077

lubricant (engine oil)

B.

DESIGNATION

Work Zones and Access Panels


ZONE/ACCESS

ZONE DESCRIPTION

FOR FIN 1000EM1(ENGINE-1)


437BL
FOR FIN 1000EM2(ENGINE-2)
447BL
C.

Referenced Information

REFERENCE
70-23-13-911-010-A

DESIGNATION
Procedures for the Installation of Preformed Packings

71-00-00-710-045-A

Test No.1 : Dry Motor Leak Check

71-00-00-710-046-B
Test No.2 : Wet Motor Leak Check
(Ref. Fig. 12-13-79-991-15000-A - Oil Tank Filler Cap)
(Ref. Fig. 12-13-79-991-15400-A - Illustration of the Sight Glass Markings)

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3.

Job Set-up
Subtask 12-13-79-869-051-A
A.

Check the engine oil level.


(1)

Where conditions permit, the oil tank should be checked and oil added, if necessary within a period of 5
to 60 minutes after engine shutdown.

(2)

If the engine was stopped for between 1 and 10 hours, perform an idle run (Ref. TASK
71-00-00-710-046-B) of at least 3 minutes duration prior to servicing to ensure the oil level indicated on
the sight glass is correct.

(3)

If the engine was stopped for more than 10 hours, dry crank the engine (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-045A) followed by a start and idle run of a least 3 minutes duration before servicing to ensure the oil level
indicated on the sight glass is correct.

(4)

Servicing is not required prior to departure if the engine was serviced on arrival or the oil tank sight
glass shows a minimum of 23 quarts or the cockpit indication shows a minimum of 19 quarts and predeparture walkaround checks confirm no oil pools/drips from drain mast.

(5)

If extended cranking has been undertaken e.g. following core washing, maintenance activity, etc, prior to
servicing, run the engine at idle (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-046-B) for a minimum of 3 minutes.

Subtask 12-13-79-010-063-A
B.

4.

Open the oil tank servicing access panel 437BL(447BL), in the left fan cowl 437AL(447AL).
(1)

FOR 1000EM1 (ENGINE-1)


437BL

(2)

FOR 1000EM2 (ENGINE-2)


447BL

Procedure
Subtask 12-13-79-010-064-A
A.

Remove the filler cap from the engine oil tank.


(Ref. Fig. 12-13-79-991-15000-A - Oil Tank Filler Cap)
(1)

Lift the handle (6) to open the cap (1).

(2)

Turn the handle to align the lock (3) with the slots (4).

(3)

Remove the filler cap (1) from the filler neck (7).

Subtask 12-13-79-612-059-A
B.

Fill the engine oil tank - Gravity Filling


(Ref. Fig. 12-13-79-991-15400-A - Illustration of the Sight Glass Markings)
(1)

Fill the engine oil tank with lubricant (engine oil) (Material No: V10-077) .

(2)

Make sure that the oil level sight glass shows FULL.
NOTE :

Do not fill the oil tank past the sight glass FULL level. Filling to tank overfill will result in excess
oil, leading to amber cross indication warnings and service disruption.

Subtask 12-13-79-410-063-A
C.

Install the oil tank filler cap


(Ref. Fig. 12-13-79-991-15000-A - Oil Tank Filler Cap)
(1)

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Examine the packing (2) on the filler cap (1). Replace the packing if it is damaged (Ref. TASK
70-23-13-911-010-A).

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(2)

Apply engine oil (Material No: V10-039) to the packing (2).

(3)

Make sure that the filler cap handle (6) is in the open position.

(4)

Align the lock (3) of the cap (1) with the slots (4) in the filler neck (7).

(5)

Install the cap and turn the handle to the closed position.

(6)

Lower the handle to lock the cap.

Subtask 12-13-79-610-060-A
CAUTION :

REMOVAL OF THE HOSE FROM THE OVERFLOW PORT BEFORE FLOW OF OIL HAS STOPPED
WILL RESULT IN AN OVERSERVICED TANK.

CAUTION :

DURING FILLING OF THE OIL TANK, DO NOT EXCEED A FLOW RATE OF 50 US GAL/HR, OR
OVERSERVICING MAY RESULT.

D.

Fill the Engine Oil Tank - Pressure Filling


NOTE :

5.

Use of a transparent plastic hose will allow detection of oil at the overflow port (oil tank full) and give
a quicker visual indication to stop the filling operation.

(1)

Remove the two protective caps, one on the fill port and one on the overflow port.

(2)

Attach a transparent plastic overflow hose to the overflow port.

(3)

Attach the hose coupling from the pressure fill system to the oil tank fill port.

(4)

Fill the oil tank with lubricant (engine oil) (Material No: V10-077) , using the oil pressure system until
oil is visible through the transparent plastic overflow hose.

(5)

When oil from the overflow hose stops, disconnect the pressure filling system.

(6)

Reinstall the protective caps on the fill and overflow couplings.

(7)

Check for leaks. No leakage is permitted.

Close-up
Subtask 12-13-79-410-064-A
A.

Close Access
(1)

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

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT ALL LATCHES ARE IN THE DISENGAGED POSITION BEFORE YOU
CLOSE THE ENGINE-OIL-TANK-SERVICING ACCESS PANEL. IF THE LATCHES ARE NOT
CORRECTLY DISENGAGED BEFORE YOU CLOSE THE ACCESS PANEL, IT IS POSSIBLE TO
ENGAGE THE LATCHES INCORRECTLY. THIS CAN CAUSE THE ACCESS PANEL TO BREAK
OFF AND CAUSE INJURY.
(2)

AES

Close the engine oil tank servicing access panel.


(a)

FOR 1000EM1 (ENGINE-1)


437BL

(b)

FOR 1000EM2 (ENGINE-2)


447BL

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FULL LEVEL NOTCH


27.3 LT
29.0 US QTS
6.0 IMP GAL
(WITHIN 60 MIN FROM SHUTDOWN)
NOTCH 1
26 LT
27 US QTS
5.7 IMP GAL
NOTCH 2
23 LT
24 US QTS
5.1 IMP GAL
NOTCH 3
20 LT
22 US QTS
4.5 IMP GAL

QUICK CONVERSION TABLE

US LIQUID
QUART

US GALLON

IMPERIAL
GALLON

LITER

1 US LIQUID QUART

0.25

0.21

0.95

1 US GALLON

0.83

3.79

1 IMPERIAL GALLON

4.80

1.20

4.55

1 LITER

1.06

0.26

0.22

1
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FIGURE 12-13-79-991-15400-A SHEET 1


Illustration of the Sight Glass Markings

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Task 12-13-79-610-012-A
Prime the Engine Oil System
WARNING : DO NOT GET ENGINE OIL ON YOUR SKIN FOR A LONG TIME. FLUSH THE OIL FROM YOUR SKIN
WITH WATER. THE OIL IS DANGEROUS IF YOU LET IT BE ABSORBED THROUGH YOUR SKIN AND
INTO YOUR BODY.
1.

Reason for the Job


This task gives the instructions necessary to fill a new engine, or an engine that has had an overhaul, with oil and to
prime the oil system. This task must only be used when detailed in other tasks.
NOTE :

2.

It is recommended that you keep to one brand of oil although approved brands may be mixed if necessary to
continue operation.

Job Set-up Information


A.

Referenced Information

REFERENCE
12-13-79-610-011-A

Check Oil Level and Replenish

71-00-00-710-045-A

Test No.1 : Dry Motor Leak Check

3.

DESIGNATION

Job Set-up
Subtask 12-13-79-612-060-A
A.

4.

Fill the oil system (Ref. TASK 12-13-79-610-011-A).

Procedure
Subtask 12-13-79-870-050-A
A.

Motor the engine (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-045-A)


(1)

Dry motor the engine for one minute. Make sure that the oil pressure is 10 psi or greater after 30
seconds.

Subtask 12-13-79-612-061-A
B.
5.

Fill the oil system (Ref. TASK 12-13-79-610-011-A).

Close-up
Subtask 12-13-79-869-050-A
A.

AES

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

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Task 12-13-80-600-011-B
Drain and Replenish Oil System
WARNING : BE CAREFUL WHEN YOU WORK ON THE ENGINE COMPONENTS IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE ENGINE
IS SHUTDOWN. THE ENGINE COMPONENTS CAN STAY HOT FOR UP TO ONE HOUR.
WARNING : DO NOT GET ENGINE OIL ON YOUR SKIN FOR A LONG TIME. FLUSH THE OIL FROM YOUR SKIN
WITH WATER. THE OIL IS DANGEROUS IF YOU LET IT BE ABSORBED THROUGH YOUR SKIN AND
INTO YOUR BODY.
1.

Reason for the Job


(Ref. MPD 80-13-00-I3-)
DRAIN AND REPLENISH OIL SYSTEM

2.

Job Set-up Information


A.

Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

REFERENCE
No specific

QTY
DESIGNATION
AR CONTAINER 5 L (1.32 USGAL)

No specific

AR

No specific

B.

Torque wrench: range to between 0.00 and 50.00 LBF.IN (0.00 and 0.56
M.DAN)

Consumable Materials

REFERENCE
Material No: V02-126
C.

WARNING NOTICE(S)

DESIGNATION
Lockwire

Work Zones and Access Panels


ZONE/ACCESS

436
446
FOR FIN 1000EM1(ENGINE-1)

ZONE DESCRIPTION
FAN AND ACCESSORY GEARBOX
FAN AND ACCESSORY GEARBOX

437AL, 438AR
FOR FIN 1000EM2(ENGINE-2)
447AL, 448AR
D.

Expendable Parts

FIG.ITEM
3
4

AES

DESIGNATION
sealing ring
sealing ring

IPC-CSN
80-13-41-80-220
80-13-41-80-230

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E.

Referenced Information

REFERENCE
12-13-80-600-010-B

DESIGNATION
Replenishment of Starter Oil System

70-23-11-911-013-A

General Torque Tightening Techniques

70-23-13-911-010-A

Procedures for the Installation of Preformed Packings

70-40-11-911-014-A

Locking Devices General Information

71-13-00-010-010-A

Opening of the Fan Cowls 437AL(447AL),438AR(448AR)

71-13-00-410-010-A

Closing of the Fan Cowls 437AL(447AL),438AR(448AR)

80-13-41-000-010-A
80-13-41-200-010-B

Removal of the Starter


Inspection of Starter Magnetic Chip Detector

80-13-41-400-010-B
Installation of the Starter
(Ref. Fig. 12-13-80-991-15100-C - Starter Drain Plug and magnetic Chip Detector)
3.

Job Set-up
Subtask 12-13-80-941-058-A
A.

Safety Precautions
(1)

On the center pedestal, on the ENG panel 115VU:


(a)

Put a WARNING NOTICE(S) 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 overhead 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(S) to tell persons not to energize the FADEC 1(2).

Subtask 12-13-80-010-058-A
B.

4.

Open the fan cowls (Ref. TASK 71-13-00-010-010-A):


(1)

FOR 1000EM1 (ENGINE-1)


437AL 438AR.

(2)

FOR 1000EM2 (ENGINE-2)


447AL 448AR.

Procedure
Subtask 12-13-80-680-053-A
A.

AES

Drain the Starter


(Ref. Fig. 12-13-80-991-15100-C - Starter Drain Plug and magnetic Chip Detector)
(1)

Put the CONTAINER 5 L (1.32 USGAL) into position under the starter.

(2)

Remove and discard the lockwire which safeties the starter drain plug (1) and the magnetic chip
detector (2).

(3)

Examine around the starter mounting flange for oil leaks (Ref. TASK 80-13-41-200-010-B).

(4)

Examine the v-band clamp for tightness and make sure it is correctly installed.

(5)

Examine around the drain plug (1) and the magnetic chip detector (2) for oil leaks (Ref. TASK
80-13-41-200-010-B).

(6)

Remove the magnetic chip detector (2) from the drain plug (1).

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(7)

Examine the magnetic chip detector for debris (Ref. TASK 80-13-41-200-010-B).

(8)

Remove the drain plug (1) and drain the oil into the container.

(9)

Measure the quantity of drained oil


(a)

If the quantity is not less than 8 oz (236.59 ml) the starter is serviceable.

(b)

If the quantity is less than 8 oz (236.59 ml) replace the starter (Ref. TASK 80-13-41-000-010-A)
and (Ref. TASK 80-13-41-400-010-B) or contact Airline Maintenance Centre to generate a carry
forward item to have starter replaced within 50 flight hours.

(10) Remove and discard the sealing ring (4) from the drain plug (1).
(11) Remove and discard the sealing ring (3) from the magnetic chip detector (2).
(12) Clean the magnetic chip detector (Ref. TASK 80-13-41-200-010-B).
Subtask 12-13-80-420-051-A
B.

Install the Drain Plug to the Starter


(Ref. Fig. 12-13-80-991-15100-C - Starter Drain Plug and magnetic Chip Detector)
CAUTION :

BE VERY CAREFUL WHEN YOU INSTALL THE DRAIN PLUG AND MAGNETIC CHIP
DETECTOR. MAKE SURE THAT THE TORQUE VALUES ARE NOT MORE THAN THE
MAXIMUM PERMITTED LIMITS. THIS WILL HELP TO PREVENT DAMAGE TO THE
TRANSMISSION HOUSING THREADS.

(1)

Install a new (IPC-CSN 80-13-41-80) sealing ring (4) onto the drain plug (1) (Ref. TASK
70-23-13-911-010-A).

(2)

Install the drain plug (1).

(3)

TORQUE the drain plug to between 10 and 25 LBF.IN (0.11 and 0.28 M.DAN) (Ref. TASK
70-23-11-911-013-A).

(4)

Install a new (IPC-CSN 80-13-41-80) sealing ring (3) onto the magnetic chip detector (2) (Ref. TASK
70-23-13-911-010-A).

(5)

Install the magnetic chip detector (2) into the drain plug (1).

(6)

TORQUE the magnetic chip detector to between 5 and 15 LBF.IN (0.06 and 0.17 M.DAN) (Ref. TASK
70-23-11-911-013-A).

(7)

Safety the magnetic chip detector (2) and the drain plug (1) with Lockwire (Material No: V02-126)
(Ref. TASK 70-40-11-911-014-A).

Subtask 12-13-80-612-056-A
C.
5.

Service the Starter with Oil (Ref. TASK 12-13-80-600-010-B).

Close-up
Subtask 12-13-80-942-054-A
A.

Discard the Drained Oil


CAUTION :

AES

DO NOT PUT OIL THAT HAS BEEN DRAINED FROM THE STARTER BACK IN TO THE OIL
SYSTEM.

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(1)

Remove the container and discard the drained oil.

Subtask 12-13-80-410-058-A
B.

Close Access
(1)

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

(2)

Close the fan cowls (Ref. TASK 71-13-00-410-010-A):

(3)

AES

(a)

FOR 1000EM1 (ENGINE-1)


437AL 438AR

(b)

FOR 1000EM2 (ENGINE-2)


447AL 448AR

Remove the warning notice(s).

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4 SEALING RING

A
B
1 DRAIN PLUG

2 MAGNETIC
CHIP DETECTOR
3 SEALING RING

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FIGURE 12-13-80-991-15100-C SHEET 1


Starter Drain Plug and magnetic Chip Detector

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Task 12-13-80-600-010-B
Replenishment of Starter Oil System
WARNING : DO NOT GET ENGINE OIL ON YOUR SKIN FOR A LONG TIME. FLUSH THE OIL FROM YOUR SKIN
WITH WATER. THE OIL IS DANGEROUS IF YOU LET IT BE ABSORBED THROUGH YOUR SKIN AND
INTO YOUR BODY.
CAUTION :

1.

DO NOT LET ENGINE FUEL OR OIL FALL ON THE ENGINE. UNWANTED FUEL OR OIL MUST BE
REMOVED IMMEDIATELY WITH A CLEAN LINT FREE CLOTH. THE FUEL OR OIL CAN CAUSE
DAMAGE TO THE SURFACE PROTECTION AND TO SOME PARTS.

Reason for the Job


This task supplies the information to service the starter with oil.
NOTE :

2.

It is recommended that you keep to one brand of oil. Although approved brands may be mixed if necessary to
continue operation.

Job Set-up Information


A.

Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

REFERENCE
No specific

QTY
DESIGNATION
AR BOTTLE - SQUEEZE, FLEXIBLE TUBE EQUIPPED

No specific

AR

No specific

B.

WARNING NOTICE(S)
Torque wrench: range to between 0.00 and 50.00 LBF.IN (0.00 and 0.56
M.DAN)

Consumable Materials

REFERENCE
Material No: V02-126
Material No: V10-077

Lockwire
lubricant (engine oil)

Material No: 19-003

LINT-FREE COTTON CLOTH

C.

DESIGNATION

Work Zones and Access Panels


ZONE/ACCESS

ZONE DESCRIPTION

FOR FIN 1000EM1(ENGINE-1)


437AL, 438AR
FOR FIN 1000EM2(ENGINE-2)
447AL, 448AR
D.

Expendable Parts

FIG.ITEM
2
8

DESIGNATION

E.

Referenced Information

REFERENCE
70-23-11-911-013-A

AES

IPC-CSN
80-13-41-80-110
80-13-41-80-200

sealing ring
sealing ring

DESIGNATION
General Torque Tightening Techniques

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70-23-13-911-010-A

DESIGNATION
Procedures for the Installation of Preformed Packings

70-40-11-911-014-A

Locking Devices General Information

71-13-00-010-010-A

Opening of the Fan Cowls 437AL(447AL),438AR(448AR)

71-13-00-410-010-A

Closing of the Fan Cowls 437AL(447AL),438AR(448AR)

(Ref. Fig. 12-13-80-991-15300-A - Starter - Oil Servicing)


3.

Job Set-up
Subtask 12-13-80-941-057-A
A.

Safety Precautions
(1)

On the center pedestal, on the ENG panel 115VU:


(a)

Put a WARNING NOTICE(S) to tell persons not to start the engine 1(2).

(2)

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

(3)

On the overhead 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(S) to tell persons not to energize the FADEC 1(2).

Subtask 12-13-80-010-057-A
B.

4.

Open the fan cowls (Ref. TASK 71-13-00-010-010-A):


(1)

FOR 1000EM1 (ENGINE-1)


437AL 438AR

(2)

FOR 1000EM2 (ENGINE-2)


447AL 448AR

Procedure
Subtask 12-13-80-612-055-A
A.

Service the Starter with Oil


(Ref. Fig. 12-13-80-991-15300-A - Starter - Oil Servicing)
(1)

Remove and discard the lockwire which safeties the oil filler plug (1).

(2)

Remove the oil filler plug (1), with the sealing ring (2), from the oil filling point (6).
NOTE :

(3)

Remove and discard the sealing ring (2).

(4)

Remove and discard the lockwire which safeties the oil overflow plug (9).

(5)

Remove the oil overflow plug (9) with the sealing ring (8) from the oil overflow point (10).

(6)

Remove and discard the sealing ring (8).

(7)

Put the container into position below the starter (7).

CAUTION :

AES

On engines that feature SBE80-003, but do not feature SBE80-007 do not loosen the adapter
(3). Hold it with a wrench when you remove the oil filler plug (1).

FILL PORT AND OVERFLOW PORT MUST BE OPENED DURING OIL SERVICE. IF NOT,
OVERFILLING CAN OCCUR.

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CAUTION :

TO MAKE SURE THE OIL LEVEL IS CORRECT, WAIT UNTIL OVERFLOW STOPS FROM THE
FILL PORT OR OVERFLOW PORT.

(8)

Put clean lubricant (engine oil) (Material No: V10-077) into the starter (7) at the filling point (6) using
the BOTTLE - SQUEEZE, FLEXIBLE TUBE EQUIPPED until oil flows from the filling point (6) or oil
overflow point (10).

(9)

To make sure the oil level is correct, wait until the overflow stops.

(10) Install a new (IPC-CSN 80-13-41-80) sealing ring (8) on to the oil overflow plug (9). (Ref. TASK
70-23-13-911-010-A)
(11) With the oil at correct level, install the oil overflow plug (9) with the sealing ring (8) on the overflow
point (10).
(12) TORQUE the oil overflow plug (9) to between 30 and 45 LBF.IN (0.34 and 0.51 M.DAN) (Ref. TASK
70-23-11-911-013-A).
(13) Safety the oil overflow plug (9) with Lockwire (Material No: V02-126) (Ref. TASK 70-40-11-911-014A).
(14) Install a new (IPC-CSN 80-13-41-80) sealing ring (2) on to the oil filler plug (1) (Ref. TASK
70-23-13-911-010-A).
(15) Make sure the oil is at the correct level then install the oil filler plug (1), with the sealing ring (2), to
the oil filling point (6).
(16) TORQUE the oil filler plug (1) to between 20 and 35 LBF.IN (0.23 and 0.40 M.DAN). (Ref. TASK
70-23-11-911-013-A)
(17) Safety the oil filler plug (1) with Lockwire (Material No: V02-126) . (Ref. TASK 70-40-11-911-014-A)
(18) Remove all unwanted oil from the outside of the starter (7) with a clean LINT-FREE COTTON CLOTH
(Material No: 19-003) .
CAUTION :

DO NOT PUT OIL THAT HAS BEEN DRAINED FROM THE STARTER BACK IN TO THE OIL
SYSTEM.

(19) Remove the container and discard any drained oil.


5.

Close-up
Subtask 12-13-80-410-057-A
A.

Close Access
(1)

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

(2)

Close the fan cowls (Ref. TASK 71-13-00-410-010-A):

(3)

AES

(a)

FOR 1000EM1 (ENGINE-1)


437AL 438AR

(b)

FOR 1000EM2 (ENGINE-2)


447AL 448AR

Remove the warning notice(s).

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The starter is full when the oil level
shows not less than 3/4 full
on the sight glass (5)

C
1 OIL FILLER PLUG
4 EXTERNAL GEARBOX
2 SEALING RING
6 OIL FILLING POINT

B
3 ADAPTER

B
C

5 SIGHT GLASS

10 OIL OVERFLOW
POINT

7 PNEUMATIC STARTER

9 OIL OVERFLOW
PLUG

8 SEALING RING

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FIGURE 12-13-80-991-15300-A SHEET 1


Starter - Oil Servicing

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1.

General
This section gives information about the servicing of the:
. Hydraulic Power (Refer to 12-14-29 Page 301),
. Landing Gear (Refer to 12-14-32) Page 301),
. Oxygen (Refer to 12-14-35 Page 301).

AES

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Task 12-14-29-614-001-A
Fill the Hydraulic Power Accumulators with Nitrogen
WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE GROUND SAFETY-LOCKS ARE IN POSITION ON THE LANDING GEAR.
WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE TRAVEL RANGES OF THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES ARE CLEAR BEFORE
YOU PRESSURIZE/DEPRESSURIZE A HYDRAULIC SYSTEM.
WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE CONTROLS AGREE WITH THE POSITION OF THE ITEMS THEY OPERATE
BEFORE YOU PRESSURIZE A HYDRAULIC SYSTEM. UNWANTED MOVEMENT OF HYDRAULICALLY
OPERATED ITEMS CAN CAUSE SERIOUS INJURY AND/OR DAMAGE.
FIN 1070GM, 2070GM, 3070GM
1.

Reason for the Job


Self explanatory

2.

Job Set-up Information


A.

Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

REFERENCE
No specific

QTY
DESIGNATION
1
ACCESS PLATFORM 2M (6 FT) - ADJUSTABLE

No specific

No specific

Torque wrench: range to between 0.20 and 3.60 M.DAN (2.00 and 26.00
LBF.FT)

98F29103500000
B.

FILL UNIT-NITROGEN

Consumable Materials

REFERENCE
Material No: 19-014
C.

WARNING NOTICE(S)

DESIGNATION
NITROGEN, (GASEOUS)

Work Zones and Access Panels


ZONE/ACCESS

ZONE DESCRIPTION

FOR FIN 2070GM(HYD ACCU BLUE)


195BB
FOR FIN 3070GM(HYD ACCU YELLOW)
196BB
D.

Referenced Information

REFERENCE
29-10-00-200-008-A

DESIGNATION
Check Nitrogen Charge Pressure on Hydraulic Power Accumulators

(Ref. Fig. 12-14-29-991-00100-B - Hydraulic Power Accumulators - Location)


(Ref. Fig. 12-14-29-991-00300-A - Hydraulic Power Accumulator - Pressure Graph)
FOR FIN 1070GM(HYD ACCU GREEN)

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29-10-00-864-001-A

DESIGNATION
Depressurize the Green Hydraulic System

32-12-00-010-001-A
Open the Main Gear Doors for Access
32-12-00-410-001-A
Close the Main Gear Doors after Access
FOR FIN 2070GM(HYD ACCU BLUE)
29-10-00-864-003-A

Depressurize the Blue Hydraulic System

FOR FIN 3070GM(HYD ACCU YELLOW)


29-10-00-864-002-A
3.

Depressurize the Yellow Hydraulic System

Job Set-up
Subtask 12-14-29-010-052-A
A.

Get Access
(1)

Open the applicable access door/panel:


(a)

FOR 1070GM (HYD ACCU GREEN)


open the left MLG door (Ref. TASK 32-12-00-010-001-A).

(b)

FOR 3070GM (HYD ACCU YELLOW)


open the access panel 196BB.

(c)

FOR 2070GM (HYD ACCU BLUE)


open the access panel 195BB.

Subtask 12-14-29-860-050-A
B.

Aircraft Maintenance Configuration


(1)

4.

Depressurize the applicable hydraulic system:


(a)

FOR 1070GM (HYD ACCU GREEN)


depressurize the Green hydraulic system (Ref. TASK 29-10-00-864-001-A).

(b)

FOR 3070GM (HYD ACCU YELLOW)


depressurize the Yellow hydraulic system (Ref. TASK 29-10-00-864-002-A).

(c)

FOR 2070GM (HYD ACCU BLUE)


depressurize the Blue hydraulic system (Ref. TASK 29-10-00-864-003-A).

(2)

Put WARNING NOTICE(S) in position to tell persons not to pressurize the applicable hydraulic system:
. on the applicable ground service panel,
. on the panel 40VU in the cockpit.

(3)

Put an ACCESS PLATFORM 2M (6 FT) - ADJUSTABLE below the MLG bay.

Procedure
(Ref. Fig. 12-14-29-991-00100-B - Hydraulic Power Accumulators - Location)
(Ref. Fig. 12-14-29-991-00300-A - Hydraulic Power Accumulator - Pressure Graph)
Subtask 12-14-29-614-052-A
A.

Fill the Applicable Accumulator with Nitrogen


(1)

AES

Do a check of the nitrogen pressure gage, before you fill the applicable accumulator:
(a)

If the decrease in nitrogen pressure is more than 15 bar (217.5566 psi) (refer to the subsequent
nitrogen pressure table), do a leak check of the applicable accumulator (Ref. TASK
29-10-00-200-008-A).

(b)

If the decrease in nitrogen pressure is less than 15 bar (217.5566 psi), continue as follows:

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(2)

Remove the blanking cap (1) from the charging valve (2).

(3)

Connect the FILL UNIT-NITROGEN (98F29103500000) or a nitrogen bench capable of maximum


pressure 155 bar (2248.0844 psi) to the charging valve (2).

(4)

Loosen the charging valve nut (2).

(5)

Open the control valve slowly and fill the hydraulic power accumulator with NITROGEN, (GASEOUS)
(Material No: 19-014) to the correct pressure for the ambient temperature.

deg.F
-5
0
+5
+10
+15
+20
+25
+30
+35
+40
+45
+50
+55
+60
+65
+70
+75
+80
+85
+90
+95
+100
+105
+110
+115
+120
+125
+130
+135
+140

PSI
1570
1580
1595
1610
1620
1650
1680
1710
1725
1750
1775
1800
1820
1850
1870
1890
1920
1940
1970
1990
2010
2040
2060
2085
2105
2130
2145
2170
2195
2220

deg.C
-20
-15
-10
-5
0
+5
+10
+15
+20
+25
+30
+35
+40
+45
+50
+55
+60

PSI
1570
1595
1620
1670
1710
1755
1800
1840
1890
1930
1970
2015
2060
2095
2130
2175
2220

(6)

When the pressure is stable and correct, tighten the charging valve nut (2).

(7)

TORQUE the charging valve nut (2) to between 0.3 and 0.6 M.DAN (26.55 and 53.10 LBF.IN).

(8)

Make sure that the pressure shown on the pressure gage (3) is correct.

(9)

Stop the supply and remove the nitrogen filling system from the charging valve (2).

(10) Install the blanking cap (1) on the charging valve (2).

AES

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Close-up
Subtask 12-14-29-410-052-A
A.

Close Access
(1)

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

(2)

Close the applicable access door/panel:


(a)

FOR 1070GM (HYD ACCU GREEN)


close the left MLG door (Ref. TASK 32-12-00-410-001-A).

(b)

FOR 3070GM (HYD ACCU YELLOW)


close the access panel 196BB.

(c)

FOR 2070GM (HYD ACCU BLUE)


close the access panel 195BB.

Subtask 12-14-29-860-051-A
B.

AES

Put the aircraft back to the serviceable condition.


(1)

Remove the warning notice(s).

(2)

Remove the access platform(s).

(3)

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

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Z195

A
C

GREEN SYSTEM

D
FR44
Z196

Z147
FR43

FR42

D
2
1

HYDRAULIC
POWER
ACCUMULATOR
1070GM

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FIGURE 12-14-29-991-00100-B SHEET 1


Hydraulic Power Accumulators - Location

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FR41

BLUE SYSTEM
FR42

FR41

FR42

YELLOW SYSTEM

E
E

HYDRAULIC POWER
ACCUMULATOR
2070GM
(3070GM)

3
2
1

N_MM_121429_3_AAPA_02_00

AES

FIGURE 12-14-29-991-00100-B SHEET 2


Hydraulic Power Accumulators - Location

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PRESSURE
BARS

PSI

160

2320

150

2175

MAX VALUE
NOMINAL
PRESSURE

MIN VALUE
140

2030

130

1885

120

1740

110

1595

100

1450
4
20

14

32

10

50
10

68
20

86
30

104
40

122
50

140
60

F
C TEMPERATURE

N_MM_121429_3_AEM0_01_00

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FIGURE 12-14-29-991-00300-A SHEET 1


Hydraulic Power Accumulator - Pressure Graph

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Task 12-14-32-614-001-A
Nitrogen Filling of the Tires
WARNING : PUT THE SAFETY DEVICES AND THE WARNING NOTICES IN POSITION BEFORE YOU START A
TASK ON OR NEAR:
THE FLIGHT CONTROLS
THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES
THE LANDING GEAR AND THE RELATED DOORS
COMPONENTS THAT MOVE.
WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE GROUND SAFETY-LOCKS ARE IN POSITION ON THE LANDING GEAR.
1.

Reason for the Job


Self explanatory

2.

Job Set-up Information


A.

Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

REFERENCE
No specific

QTY
DESIGNATION
AR ADAPTER - TIRE INFLATION/DEFLATION

No specific

CART - INFLATION, TIRE, NITROGEN

No specific

AR

SAFETY BARRIER(S)

No specific

3.

Torque wrench: range to between 0.00 and 1.20 M.DAN (0.00 and 9.00
LBF.FT)

Job Set-up
Subtask 12-14-32-941-062-A
A.

Safety Precautions
(1)

Put the safety barriers in position.

Subtask 12-14-32-941-051-A
B.

Preparation
WARNING : LET THE BRAKES AND THE WHEELS BECOME COOL BEFORE YOU GO NEAR THE
LANDING GEAR. DO NOT APPLY FLUID OR GAS DIRECTLY ON A HOT WHEEL OR BRAKE
UNIT. THIS COULD CAUSE AN EXPLOSION AND DAMAGE FURTHER TO A THERMAL
SHOCK.
WARNING : DO NOT PUT COMPRESSED GAS IN CONTACT WITH YOUR SKIN. THE GAS CAN GO
THROUGH THE SKIN AND MAKE BUBBLES IN THE BLOOD. THIS CONDITION CAN KILL
YOU.
WARNING : BE CAREFUL WHEN YOU INFLATE THE TIRES.
USE A PRESSURE REGULATOR (OR PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE) BETWEEN THE PRESSURE
SOURCE AND THE TIRE.

AES

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MAKE SURE THAT THE PRESSURE REGULATOR IS ADJUSTED TO THE CORRECT
PRESSURE FOR THE TIRE.
IF THE PRESSURE SOURCE DOES NOT HAVE A PRESSURE REGULATOR, THERE IS A RISK
OF INJURY TO PERSONS AND/OR DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT.
WARNING : USE ONLY DRY NITROGEN OR OTHER INERT GASES TO INFLATE THE TIRES ON THE
MAIN GEAR WHEELS.
THE OXYGEN IN THE GAS USED TO INFLATE THESE TIRES MUST NOT BE MORE THAN
5% (VOLUME).
IF THE AIRCRAFT IS FAR FROM ITS BASE AND NO DRY NITROGEN IS AVAILABLE, YOU
CAN USE AIR FOR THE SERVICING OF THE TIRES IF:
THE OXYGEN IN THE TIRES IS NOT MORE THAN 5% (VOLUME)
OR
MAINTENANCE PERSONNEL REMOVE THE AIR FROM THE TIRES AND INFLATE
THEM WITH DRY NITROGEN BEFORE 15 HOURS TIME SERVICE.
A CHEMICAL REACTION BETWEEN THE OXYGEN IN THE TIRES AND GASES FROM THE
INNER LINER CAN CAUSE A TIRE EXPLOSION.
(1)

Put the CART - INFLATION, TIRE, NITROGEN near the tire to be inflated.

(2)

Remove the tire inflation-valve cap.

(3)

Install the ADAPTER - TIRE INFLATION/DEFLATION on the tire inflation valve. Connect the tire
inflation cart to the tire inflation adaptor.

(4)

If there is a large temperature decrease between the departure and the destination airports, you must
adjust the tire pressure for the colder airport before the flight. If the temperature difference is equal to
or more than 24 deg.C (43 deg.F) lower, do this procedure:

(a) Increase the given tire pressures 3.7% for each 10 deg.C (18 deg.F) of temperature difference.
------------------------------------------------------------------------------!
EXAMPLE: Temperature at departure airport = 20 deg.C (68 deg.F)
!
!
Temperature at arrival airport
= -10 deg.C (+14 deg.F)
!
!
Temperature difference
= 30 deg.C (54 deg.F).
!
!-----------------------------------------------------------------------------!
!
Increase the tire pressure: 30/10 x 3.7%
= 11.1%.
!
!-----------------------------------------------------------------------------!
!
If the loaded tire pressure is 13.0 bar (189 psi),
!
!
increase the tire pressure:
!
!
13.0 bar (189 psi) + (13.0 bar (189 psi)x 11.1%))
!
!
= 14.4 bar (209 psi).
!
------------------------------------------------------------------------------4.

Procedure
WARNING : USE ONLY NITROGEN FOR TIRE INFLATION. IF THE BRAKES OVERHEAT, OTHER GASES CAN
CAUSE AN EXPLOSION.
NOTE :

AES

In the tables that follow the term loaded means with the aircraft weight on the wheels. The term unloaded
is when the applicable wheel is off the ground (jacked up).

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Subtask 12-14-32-614-056-B
A.

Nitrogen Filling of the NLG Tires


(1)

Refer to the table to find the correct NLG tire pressure. If necessary, inflate the tire(s) with nitrogen
(from an approved source) to the correct pressure.

A/C MAXIMUM RAMP TIRE DIMENSION AND TYPE


WEIGHT (MRW)

INFLATION PRESSURE
UNLOADED BARS (PSI)

INFLATION PRESSURE
LOADED BARS (PSI)

77400 kg
(170638 lb)

30 X 8.8 - 15
CONVENTIONAL

11.8 (171) normal


12.4 (180) max

12.3 (178) normal


12.9 (187) max

77400 kg
(170638 lb)

30 X 8.8 R15
RADIAL

11.8 (171) normal


12.4 (180) max

12.3 (178) normal


12.9 (187) max

Subtask 12-14-32-614-057-AL
B.

Nitrogen Filling of the MLG Tires


(1)

Refer to the table to find the correct MLG tire pressure. If necessary, inflate the tire(s) with nitrogen
(from an approved source) to the correct pressure.

A/C MAXIMUM RAMP


WEIGHT (MRW)

TIRE DIMENSION AND


TYPE

INFLATION PRESSURE
UNLOADED BARS (PSI)

INFLATION PRESSURE
LOADED BARS (PSI)

77400 kg
(170638 lb)

46 X 17 R20
RADIAL

13.8 (200) normal


14.5 (210) max

14.4 (209) normal


15.1 (219) max

77400 kg
(170638 lb)

49 X 19 R20
RADIAL

10.3 (149) normal


10.8 (157) max

10.7 (155) normal


11.2 (162) max

77400 kg
(170638 lb)

46 X 16 - 20
CONVENTIONAL

13.8 (200) normal


14.5 (210) max

14.4 (209) normal


15.1 (219) max

77400 kg
(170638 lb)

49 X 17 - 20
CONVENTIONAL

11.5 (167) normal


12.1 (175) max

12.0 (174) normal


12.6 (182) max

77400 kg
(170638 lb)

49 X 19 - 20
CONVENTIONAL

10.3 (149) normal


10.8 (157) max

10.7 (155) normal


11.2 (162) max

5.

Close-up
** On A/C ALL
Subtask 12-14-32-942-051-A
A.

AES

Removal of Equipment
(1)

Remove the SAFETY BARRIER(S).

(2)

Disconnect the tire inflation cart, adaptor and gage.

(3)

Install the tire inflation-valve cap. TORQUE the valve cap to between 0.05 and 0.1 M.DAN (4.42 and
8.85 LBF.IN).

(4)

Remove the inflation cart from the area.

(5)

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

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Task 12-14-32-614-002-A
Nitrogen Filling of the Yellow Hydraulic System, Brake Pressure Accumulator
WARNING : PUT THE SAFETY DEVICES AND THE WARNING NOTICES IN POSITION BEFORE YOU START A
TASK ON OR NEAR:
THE FLIGHT CONTROLS
THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES
THE LANDING GEAR AND THE RELATED DOORS
COMPONENTS THAT MOVE.
WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE GROUND SAFETY-LOCKS ARE IN POSITION ON THE LANDING GEAR.
1.

Reason for the Job


Self explanatory

2.

Job Set-up Information


A.

Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

REFERENCE
No specific

QTY
DESIGNATION
AR CHARGING EQUIPMENT - FLUID, STANDARD

No specific

AR

SAFETY BARRIER(S)

No specific

AR

SAFETY CLIP - CIRCUIT BREAKER

No specific

WARNING NOTICE(S)

No specific

B.

Torque wrench: range to between 0.00 and 1.20 M.DAN (0.00 and 9.00
LBF.FT)

Consumable Materials

REFERENCE
Material No: 05-004B
Material No: 19-014
C.

DESIGNATION
SPECIAL MATERIALS
OXYGEN LEAK DETECTOR
NITROGEN, (GASEOUS)

Referenced Information

REFERENCE
29-10-00-864-002-A

DESIGNATION
Depressurize the Yellow Hydraulic System

(Ref. Fig. 12-14-32-991-00100-A - Brake Accumulator - Filling System Schematic)


(Ref. Fig. 12-14-32-991-00200-A - Brake Accumulator Assembly - Detail and Location)
(Ref. Fig. 12-14-32-991-00300-B - Yellow System Brake Accumulator - Pressure Graph)
3.

Job Set-up
Subtask 12-14-32-941-052-A
A.

AES

Safety Precautions
(1)

Put the SAFETY BARRIER(S) in position.

(2)

Put a WARNING NOTICE(S) on the panel 198CB to tell persons not to pressurize the Yellow hydraulic
system.

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Subtask 12-14-32-860-052-A
B.

Aircraft Maintenance Configuration


(1)

On panel 400VU, make sure that the L/G control-lever is in the DOWN position.

(2)

On panel 110VU, make sure that the GRAVITY GEAR EXT handle is in the stowed position.

(3)

Make sure that pressure in the brake accumulator of the Yellow hydraulic system is released, (Ref.
TASK 29-10-00-864-002-A).

Subtask 12-14-32-865-050-A
C.

Open, safety and tag this(these) circuit breaker(s):

121VU

PANEL

DESIGNATION
HYDRAULIC/HYD POWER/Y

3803GX

N30

121VU

HYDRAULIC/Y HYD/PUMP ENG2/MONG

3700GD

Q37

121VU

HYDRAULIC/Y HYD/PUMP ENG2/CTL

3701GD

Q36

123VU

Y HYD/ELEC/ELEC PUMP/NORM

3801GX

AB03

123VU

Y HYD/ELEC/PUMP

3802GX

AB06

4.

FIN

LOCATION

Procedure
(Ref. Fig. 12-14-32-991-00100-A - Brake Accumulator - Filling System Schematic)
(Ref. Fig. 12-14-32-991-00200-A - Brake Accumulator Assembly - Detail and Location)
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EMB SB 32-1215 FOR A/C 003-007
(Ref. Fig. 12-14-32-991-00300-B - Yellow System Brake Accumulator - Pressure Graph)
** On A/C ALL
Subtask 12-14-32-420-050-A
WARNING : DO NOT PUT COMPRESSED GAS IN CONTACT WITH YOUR SKIN. THE GAS CAN GO THROUGH
THE SKIN AND MAKE BUBBLES IN THE BLOOD. THIS CONDITION CAN KILL YOU.
A.

Install the CHARGING EQUIPMENT - FLUID, STANDARD on the Brake Pressure Accumulator
NOTE :

Make sure that pressure in the brake accumulator of the Yellow hydraulic system is released.

(1)

Connect the supply hose D to the nitrogen source E and to the three way valve C.

(2)

Connect the filling hose A to the three way valve C.

(3)

Remove the blanking plug (3) from the charging valve (1) of the brake accumulator assembly.

(4)

Connect the filling hose A to the charging valve (1) of the brake accumulator assembly.
NOTE :

AES

Make sure that the charging valve (1) is closed.

(5)

Slowly open the control valves B and F on the three way valve C and open the control valve on the
nitrogen source E. Blow nitrogen through the standard charging equipment to bleed the system.

(6)

Close the control valve B and then close the control valve F on the three way valve C.

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Subtask 12-14-32-614-052-B
WARNING : DO NOT PUT COMPRESSED GAS IN CONTACT WITH YOUR SKIN. THE GAS CAN GO THROUGH
THE SKIN AND MAKE BUBBLES IN THE BLOOD. THIS CONDITION CAN KILL YOU.
B.

Nitrogen Filling of the Yellow Hydraulic System, Brake Pressure Accumulator


NOTE :

Make sure that pressure in the brake accumulator of the Yellow hydraulic system is released.

NOTE :

When you fill the Yellow hydraulic system, brake pressure accumulator, you must use NITROGEN,
(GASEOUS) (Material No: 19-014) . This will make sure that the oxygen level stays low.

(1)

Loosen the charging valve nut (2).

(2)

Open the control valve (F) slowly and fill the brake pressure accumulator to the correct pressure for the
ambient temperature. Make sure that the fill pressure is as follows:

deg. C

deg. F

-20
-10
0
+10
+20
+30
+40
+50
+60

-4
+14
+32
+50
+68
+86
+104
+122
+140

psi
885
914
943
986
1015
1044
1088
1117
1160

(3)

When the pressure is stable, check that the pressure is correct for the ambient temperature.

(4)

Make sure that the pressure is not more than or not less than 3.4 bar (49.3128 psi) from the correct
pressure. If necessary, pressurize or release the pressure until the brake accumulator pressure is correct.

(5)

To decrease the pressure if it is more than the correct value, do the steps that follow:
(a)

Close the control valve (F).

(b)

Open the control valve (B) until the pressure is decreased to the correct value.

(c)

Close the control valve (B) when the pressure is correct.

(6)

Make sure the charging valve nut (2) is loose. If necessary do steps (2) to (5) again until the pressure is
correct.

(7)

Make sure that the control valve (F) and the control valve (B) are closed.

(8)

Tighten the charging valve nut (2).


NOTE :

(9)

AES

bar
61
63
65
68
70
72
75
77
80

Do not use too much force when you tighten the charging valve nut (2). Leakage from the
charging valve (1) can occur if the valve seat is damaged.

TORQUE the charging valve nut (2) to 0.11 M.DAN (9.73 LBF.IN).

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Subtask 12-14-32-020-050-A
WARNING : DO NOT PUT COMPRESSED GAS IN CONTACT WITH YOUR SKIN. THE GAS CAN GO THROUGH
THE SKIN AND MAKE BUBBLES IN THE BLOOD. THIS CONDITION CAN KILL YOU.
C.

Remove the Standard Charging Equipment from the Brake Pressure Accumulator
NOTE :

5.

Make sure the control valve on the nitrogen source E is closed.

(1)

Slowly open the control valves B and F on the three way valve C to remove nitrogen from the standard
charging system.

(2)

Close the control valves B and F on the three way valve C.

(3)

Remove the filling hose A from the charging valve (1) of the brake accumulator assembly.

(4)

Use SPECIAL MATERIALS (Material No: 05-004B) to do a leak check of the charging valve (1) on the
brake accumulator assembly.

(5)

Install the blanking cap (3) on the charging valve (1) of the brake accumulator assembly.

Close-up
Subtask 12-14-32-865-051-A
A.

Remove the safety clip(s) and the tag(s) and close this(these) circuit breaker(s):

121VU

PANEL

DESIGNATION
HYDRAULIC/HYD POWER/Y

3803GX

FIN
N30

LOCATION

121VU

HYDRAULIC/Y HYD/PUMP ENG2/MONG

3700GD

Q37

121VU

HYDRAULIC/Y HYD/PUMP ENG2/CTL

3701GD

Q36

123VU

Y HYD/ELEC/ELEC PUMP/NORM

3801GX

AB03

123VU

Y HYD/ELEC/PUMP

3802GX

AB06

Subtask 12-14-32-942-054-A
B.

AES

Removal of Equipment
(1)

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

(2)

Remove the SAFETY BARRIER(S).

(3)

Remove the warning notice(s).

(4)

Remove the access platform(s).

(5)

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

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CHARGING VALVE

G
A

F
B

A.

FILLING HOSE

B.

CONTROL VALVE

C.

THREE WAY VALVE

D.

SUPPLY HOSE

E.

NITROGEN SOURCE

F.

CONTROL VALVE

G.

GAGE 0 TO 150 BAR (0 TO 2173 PSI)

N_MM_121432_3_AAM0_01_00

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FIGURE 12-14-32-991-00100-A SHEET 1


Brake Accumulator - Filling System Schematic

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FR 47
FR 46

A
A

Z744

B
1

N_MM_121432_3_ACM0_01_00

AES

FIGURE 12-14-32-991-00200-A SHEET 1


Brake Accumulator Assembly - Detail and Location

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EMB SB 32-1215 FOR A/C 003-007

PRESSURE
bars

psi

85

1233
MAX.
VALUE

81

1175
MEAN
VALUE

77

1117

73

1059

69

1001

65

943

61

885

MIN.
VALUE

20

10

10

20

30

40

50

60

86

104

122

140

TEMPERATURE/Deg.C
4

14

32

50

68

TEMPERATURE/Deg.F

N_MM_121432_3_APM0_01_00

AES

FIGURE 12-14-32-991-00300-B SHEET 1


Yellow System Brake Accumulator - Pressure Graph

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Task 12-14-32-614-003-A
Check of MLG Shock Absorber Charge Pressure
WARNING : PUT THE SAFETY DEVICES AND THE WARNING NOTICES IN POSITION BEFORE YOU START A
TASK ON OR NEAR:
THE FLIGHT CONTROLS
THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES
THE LANDING GEAR AND THE RELATED DOORS
COMPONENTS THAT MOVE.
WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE GROUND SAFETY-LOCKS ARE IN POSITION ON THE LANDING GEAR.
WARNING : DO NOT PUT COMPRESSED GAS IN CONTACT WITH YOUR SKIN. THE GAS CAN GO THROUGH THE
SKIN AND MAKE BUBBLES IN THE BLOOD. THIS CONDITION CAN KILL YOU.
WARNING : DO NOT GET THE FLUID ON YOUR SKIN OR IN YOUR EYES. IF YOU DO:
FLUSH IT AWAY WITH CLEAN WATER
GET MEDICAL AID.
WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE STANDARD CHARGING EQUIPMENT IS SAFE TO USE ABOVE 140 BAR
(2030.5278 PSI). THIS WILL PREVENT INJURY AND DAMAGE.
1.

Reason for the Job


(Ref. MPD 32-11-13-04-)
CHECK OF MLG SHOCK ABSORBER CHARGE PRESSURE

2.

NOTE :

You can complete this procedure with the aircraft on the ground or on jacks. If the aircraft is on jacks, it
must be positioned correctly (Ref. TASK 07-11-00-581-001).

NOTE :

This procedure should be done a minimum of 2 hours after the last aircraft operation. This will make sure
that the shock absorber values recorded are accurate.

Job Set-up Information


A.

Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

REFERENCE
No specific

QTY
DESIGNATION
AR ACCESS PLATFORM 3M (10 FT)

No specific

AR

CHARGING EQUIPMENT - GAS, STANDARD

No specific

AR

GAGE 150 BAR (2175 PSI) - PRESSURE, HYDRAULIC

No specific

AR

GAGE 20 BAR (290 PSI) - PRESSURE

No specific

AR

SAFETY BARRIER(S)

No specific

THERMOMETER -45 TO 70 DEG.C (-49 TO 158 DEG.F)

No specific

AR

WARNING NOTICE(S)

No specific

AES

Torque wrench: range to between 0.20 and 3.60 M.DAN (2.00 and 26.00
LBF.FT)

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B.

Consumable Materials

REFERENCE
Material No: 05-004B
Material No: 19-014
C.

DESIGNATION
SPECIAL MATERIALS
OXYGEN LEAK DETECTOR
NITROGEN, (GASEOUS)

Work Zones and Access Panels


ZONE/ACCESS

731
741

ZONE DESCRIPTION
L.H MAIN GEAR
R.H MAIN GEAR

D.

Referenced Information

REFERENCE
07-11-00-581-001-A

DESIGNATION
Lifting for Aircraft Maintenance Operations

07-11-00-586-002-A

Lowering of the Aircraft for Maintenance Operations

12-12-32-611-004-A
12-12-32-611-008-A

Check of MLG Shock Absorber Fluid Level


Hydraulic Replenishment of the MLG Two-Stage Shock Absorber

12-14-32-614-003-A

Check of MLG Shock Absorber Charge Pressure

32-11-13-000-001-A
32-11-13-000-003-A
32-11-13-400-001-A
32-11-13-400-003-A
32-11-13-860-001-A

Removal of the MLG Shock Absorber


Removal of the MLG Shock-Absorber Gland-Seals
Installation of the MLG Shock Absorber
Installation of the MLG Shock-Absorber Gland-Seals
To Close the Spare-Seal Activating-Valve

(Ref. Fig. 12-14-32-991-01900-A - Possible Points of Leakage from the Gland Seals)
(Ref. Fig. 12-14-32-991-02000-B - Details of the Spare-Seal Activating-Valve)
(Ref. Fig. 12-14-32-991-00400-A - MLG Two Stage Shock Absorber Charging Valves - Detail and Location)
(Ref. Fig. 12-14-32-991-02100-B - MLG Two Stage Shock Absorber - Typical Filling System)
(Ref. Fig. 12-14-32-991-00500-D - MLG Two-Stage Shock Absorber - Pressure/Extension Graph (Metric Units))
(Ref. Fig. 12-14-32-991-02500-D - MLG Two Stage Shock Absorber - Pressure Extension Graph (Imp. Units))
(Ref. Fig. 12-14-32-991-02700-H - Charging Pressures - Weight off Wheels)
3.

Job Set-up
Subtask 12-14-32-941-064-A
A.

AES

Safety Precautions
(1)

Make sure that the ground safety locks are installed on the landing gear.

(2)

Put the safety barriers in position.

(3)

On panel 400VU:
. make sure that the landing-gear control-lever 6GA is in the DOWN position.

(4)

Put a WARNING NOTICE(S) in position to tell persons not to operate:


. the landing gear controls
. the landing gear doors.

(5)

Put an ACCESS PLATFORM 3M (10 FT) in position below the applicable shock absorber.

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4.

If the aircraft is on the ground, make sure that the wheel chocks are in position at the Main Landing
Gear (MLG) wheels. Do not put a chock at the nosewheels.

Procedure
Subtask 12-14-32-210-054-A
A.

Visual Inspection of the MLG Two-Stage Shock Absorber for Leakage of Hydraulic Fluid
(Ref. Fig. 12-14-32-991-01900-A - Possible Points of Leakage from the Gland Seals)
(Ref. Fig. 12-14-32-991-02000-B - Details of the Spare-Seal Activating-Valve)
(1)

Before you do the check and/or charge the nitrogen:


. examine the gland housing/sliding tube of the shock absorber for damage or leakage of hydraulic
fluid.

(2)

If there is a leak from the gland housing and the sliding tube interface or from the gland housing and
the main fitting interface:
(a)

Examine the sliding tube for damage:


1

If there is damage, replace the shock absorber (Ref. TASK 32-11-13-000-001-A) and (Ref.
TASK 32-11-13-400-001-A).

If there is no damage:
. replace the shock absorber gland seals (Ref. TASK 32-11-13-000-003-A) and (Ref.
TASK 32-11-13-400-003-A)
or
. replace the shock absorber (Ref. TASK 32-11-13-000-001-A) and (Ref. TASK
32-11-13-400-001-A)
or
. close the spare seal activating-valve (Ref. TASK 32-11-13-860-001-A).

Subtask 12-14-32-614-080-A
WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE AREA AROUND THE AIRCRAFT IS CLEAR OF PERSONS AND
EQUIPMENT. WHEN YOU PRESSURIZE/DEPRESSURIZE THE SHOCK ABSORBER, WITH THE
AIRCRAFT WEIGHT ON THE GROUND, THE AIRCRAFT WILL MOVE.
CAUTION :

MAKE SURE THAT YOU USE A GAGE WITH THE SPECIFIED PRESSURE RANGE. THIS IS
NECESSARY TO GET AN ACCURATE PRESSURE MEASUREMENT.

CAUTION :

ALWAYS ADD NITROGEN SLOWLY WHEN YOU PRESSURIZE THE SHOCK ABSORBER. IF YOU
ADD THE NITROGEN TOO QUICKLY, THE TEMPERATURE WILL INCREASE AND HAVE AN
EFFECT ON THE SHOCK ABSORBER PRESSURE.

CAUTION :

MAKE SURE THAT THE STANDARD CHARGING EQUIPMENT IS SAFE TO USE ABOVE 140 BAR
(2030.5278 PSI). DO NOT USE EQUIPMENT WITH A SIGHT GLASS. THIS WILL PREVENT INJURY
AND DAMAGE.

B.

AES

Check of MLG Shock Absorber Charge Pressure and Fill with Nitrogen (Aircraft on Ground)
(Ref. Fig. 12-14-32-991-00400-A - MLG Two Stage Shock Absorber Charging Valves - Detail and Location)
(Ref. Fig. 12-14-32-991-02100-B - MLG Two Stage Shock Absorber - Typical Filling System)
(Ref. Fig. 12-14-32-991-00500-D - MLG Two-Stage Shock Absorber - Pressure/Extension Graph (Metric
Units))
(Ref. Fig. 12-14-32-991-02500-D - MLG Two Stage Shock Absorber - Pressure Extension Graph (Imp. Units))

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NOTE :

To do this procedure it is necessary to have CHARGING EQUIPMENT - GAS, STANDARD and GAGE
150 BAR (2175 PSI) - PRESSURE, HYDRAULIC. The equipment must be safe to use at over 140 bar
(2030.5278 psi).

NOTE :

This procedure should be done a minimum of 2 hours after the last aircraft operation. This will make
sure that the shock absorber values recorded are accurate.

NOTE :

When you fill the MLG shock absorber, you must use NITROGEN, (GASEOUS) (Material No: 19-014)
. This will make sure that the oxygen level stays low.

(1)

Measure and write down dimension H.

(2)

Install the first standard charging equipment on the top charging valve (1):

NOTE :
(a)

Remove the blanking cap (2) from the top charging valve (1).

(b)

Make sure that the control valves (23) and (25) are closed.

(c)

Connect the filling hose (21) to the three-way valve (22).

(d)

Connect the filling hose (21) to the top charging valve (1).

(e)

Install the first pressure gage 140 bar (2030.5278 psi) (20) on the three-way valve (22).

(3)

Slowly open the top charging valve (1).

(4)

At the top charging valve, read and record the pressure shown on the pressure gage.

(5)

Close the top charging valve (1).

(6)

Use a THERMOMETER -45 TO 70 DEG.C (-49 TO 158 DEG.F) to measure the temperature of the
MLG adjacent to the top charging valve.

(7)

Use diagram 1 to find the dimension H for the pressure at the top charging valve for the measured
temperature.

(8)

If the measured dimension H is between +/- 15 mm (0.5906 in.) of the dimension H shown in diagram
1, do the steps that follow:
NOTE :

AES

If the equipment manufacturers assembly/operating instructions are different to the data given,
use the equipment manufacturers instructions.

The measured H dimension can be as low as 33 mm (1.2992 in.) at very low ambient
temperatures. This is usual for a shock absorber in good condition and no maintenance action is
necessary (if the measured H dimension is between +/- 15 mm (0.5906 in.) of the correct
value).

(a)

Make sure that the control valve (25) is closed.

(b)

Open the control valve (23) to release all pressure from the filling hose (21).

(c)

Close the control valve (23).

(d)

Remove the pressure gage (20) from the three-way valve (22).

(e)

Disconnect the filling hose (21) from the top charging valve (1) and the three-way valve (22).

(f)

TORQUE the charging valve (1) to between 0.57 and 0.79 M.DAN (50.44 and 69.91 LBF.IN).

(g)

Install the blanking cap (2) on the top charging valve (1).

(h)

Do the close-up procedure in Para. 5.A.

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If the measured dimension H is not between +/- 15 mm (0.5906 in.) of the dimension H shown in
diagram 1, do the steps (10) thru (36).
NOTE :

If the measured H dimension is less than 33 mm (1.2992 in.) do the nitrogen filling procedure
with the aircraft on jacks (if the measured H dimension is not between +/- 15 mm (0.5906 in.)
of the correct value). Refer to Para 4.D.

(10) Install the second standard charging equipment on the bottom charging valve (3):

NOTE :

If the equipment manufacturers assembly/operating instructions are different to the data given,
use the equipment manufacturers instructions.

(a)

Remove the blanking cap (4) from the bottom charging valve (3).

(b)

Make sure that the control valves (23) and (25) are closed.

(c)

Connect the filling hose (21) to the three-way valve (22).

(d)

Connect the filling hose (21) to the bottom charging valve (3).

(e)

Install the second pressure gage 140 bar (2030.5278 psi) (20) on the three-way valve (22).

(11) Slowly open the top charging valve (1).


(12) At the top charging valve (1), read and record the pressure shown on the pressure gage (20).
(13) Close the top charging valve (1).
(14) Slowly open the bottom charging valve (3).
(15) At the bottom charging valve (3), read and record the pressure shown on the pressure gage (20).
(16) Close the bottom charging valve (3).
(17) The pressure at the bottom charging valve (3) must be 18 bar (261.0679 psi) more than the pressure at
the top charging valve (1). If not, do the steps that follow:

AES

NOTE :

This makes sure that the floating piston is at the top of the second stage cylinder before you do
the nitrogen filling.

NOTE :

It is possible that a small quantity of hydraulic fluid can be released from the charging valve
when nitrogen is discharged. If the volume of fluid that flows from the bottom charging valve is
more than 0.6 l (0.1585 USgal):
. you must replenish the MLG shock absorber hydraulic oil (Ref. TASK 12-12-32-611-008-A)
. refer to the MLG Design Authority.

(a)

Make sure that the control valves (23) and (25) are closed.

(b)

Connect the nitrogen supply hose (24) to the three-way valve (22) which is connected to the
bottom charging valve (3).

(c)

Open the supply valve on the nitrogen source.

(d)

Slowly open the control valve (25) to increase the nitrogen pressure at the bottom charging valve
(3).

(e)

Open the bottom charging valve (3).

(f)

The pressure at the bottom charging valve (3) must be between 18 bar (261.0679 psi) and 21 bar
(304.5792 psi) more than the pressure at the top charging valve (1).

(g)

Close the control valve (25).

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(h)

After ten minutes (to let the pressure and temperature become stable), check that the condition
at step (f) is the same.

(i)

If it is not the same, do the steps (d) thru (h) again.

(j)

Close the bottom charging valve (3).

(k)

Close the supply valve on the nitrogen source and remove the nitrogen supply hose (24) from the
three-way valve (22).

(l)

Slowly open the top charging valve (1).

(m) At the top charging valve (1), read and record the pressure shown on the pressure gage (20).
(n)

Close the top charging valve (1).

(o)

If the difference in pressure at the top charging valve (1) and the bottom charging valve (3) is less
than 11 bar (159.5415 psi), do the steps (a) thru (n) again.

(18) Use a THERMOMETER -45 TO 70 DEG.C (-49 TO 158 DEG.F) to measure the temperature of the
MLG adjacent to the top charging valve (1).
(19) Use the diagram 2 to find the dimension H for the pressure at the top charging valve (1) at the
measured temperature.
(20) If the measured dimension H is more than you found in diagram 2, do these steps:
(a)

Open the top charging valve (1).

(b)

Slowly open the control valve (23) to release some nitrogen.

(c)

Immediately the shock absorber starts to move, close the control valve (23).
NOTE :

The pressure at the top charging valve will decrease because nitrogen was removed
without sufficient shock absorber movement.

(d)

After five minutes, measure the temperature and the pressure at the top charging valve (1).

(e)

Use the diagram 2 to find the dimension H needed for the conditions found in step (d).

(f)

Slowly open the control valve (23) to release some nitrogen.

(g)

When the dimension H is the same as you found in step (e) (+/- 2.0 mm (0.0787 in.)), close the
control valve (23).

(h)

Close the top charging valve (1).

(21) If the measured dimension H is less than you found in diagram 2, do these steps:
(a)

Connect the nitrogen supply hose (24) to the three-way valve (22) which is connected to the top
charging valve (1).

(b)

Open the supply valve on the nitrogen source.

(c)

Open the top charging valve (1).

(d)

Slowly open the control valve (25) to add nitrogen.

(e)

Immediately the shock absorber starts to move, close the control valve (25).
NOTE :

AES

The pressure at the top charging valve will increase because nitrogen was added without
sufficient shock absorber movement.

(f)

After five minutes, measure the pressure and the temperature at the top charging valve (1).

(g)

Use the diagram 2 to find the dimension H needed for the conditions found in step (f).

(h)

Slowly open the control valve (25) to increase the nitrogen pressure.

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(i)

When the dimension H is the same as you found in step (g) (+/- 2.0 mm (0.0787 in.)), close the
control valve (25).

(j)

Close the top charging valve (1).

(22) After five minutes, open the top charging valve (1) and the bottom charging valve (3).
(23) Read and record:
. the pressures at the top charging valve (1) and the bottom charging valve (3)
. the temperature at the top charging valve (1)
. the dimension H.
(24) Use the pressure and the temperature you measured at the top charging valve (1) to find the correct
dimension H in diagram 2. Make sure that the dimension H in diagram 2 and the dimension H found in
step (23) are the same +/- 2.0 mm (0.0787 in.).
(25) Check the pressure you measured at the top charging valve (1) and at the bottom charging valve (3).
Make sure that the difference between these pressures is more than 11 bar (159.5415 psi).
(26) If the conditions at step (24) or step (25) are incorrect, do the procedure again from step (17).
(27) Close the top charging valve (1) and the bottom charging valve (3).
(28) To get the correct charge pressure at the bottom charging valve, do the applicable step (29) or (30).
(29) Refer to the diagram 3. If the pressure at the top charging valve (1) is on or below the graph line (for
the measured temperature), do these steps:
(a)

Open the bottom charging valve (3).

(b)

Slowly open the control valve (25) (to increase the nitrogen pressure), or slowly open the control
valve (23) (to remove nitrogen).

(c)

Make sure that the pressure at the bottom charging valve (3) is the same as the pressure shown
on the graph line (for the measured temperature) +/- 1 bar (14.5038 psi).

(d)

Close these valves:


. the bottom charging valve (3)
. the control valve (25)
. the control valve (23)
. the supply valve on the nitrogen source.

(e)

After five minutes, open the bottom charging valve (3). Make sure that the pressure at the
bottom charging valve (3) is the same as the pressure shown on the graph line (for the measured
temperature) +/- 1 bar (14.5038 psi).

(30) Refer to the diagram 3. If the pressure at the top charging valve (1) is above the graph line (for the
measured temperature), do these steps:
(a)

Close the supply valve on the nitrogen source.

(b)

Open the bottom charging valve (3).

(c)

Slowly open the control valve (23) to release some nitrogen.

(d)

Immediately the shock absorber starts to move, close the control valve (23).
NOTE :

AES

The pressure at the top charging valve will decrease because nitrogen was removed
without sufficient shock absorber movement.

(e)

After five minutes, open the top charging valve (1).

(f)

At the top charging valve (1), measure the pressure and the temperature.

(g)

Use the diagram 1 to find the dimension H that you need for the conditions at step (f).

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(h)

Slowly open the control valve (23) (to release nitrogen) until the dimension H is the same as the
dimension H found in diagram 1, +/- 2.0 mm (0.0787 in.).

(i)

Close the bottom charging valve (3) and the control valve (23).

(j)

After five minutes, open the top charging valve (1) and read and record the pressure.

(k)

Close the top charging valve (1).

(l)

Open the bottom charging valve (3) and read and record the pressure.

(m) Close the bottom charging valve (3).


(n)

Make sure that the pressures at the top charging valve (1) and the bottom charging valve (3) are
the same +/- 1.5 bar (21.7557 psi). If the pressures are not in this limit, do the procedure from
step (17) again.

(31) Remove the nitrogen supply hose (24) from the three-way valve (22).
(32) Remove the filling hoses (21) from the charging valves (1) and (3).
(33) TORQUE the charging valves (1) and (3) to between 0.57 and 0.79 M.DAN (50.44 and 69.91 LBF.IN).
(34) Use SPECIAL MATERIALS (Material No: 05-004B) to do a leak check of the charging valves (1) and
(3).
(35) Install the blanking cap (2) on the top charging valve (1).
(36) Install the blanking cap (4) on the bottom charging valve (3).
(37) Remove the pressure gages (20) and the filling hoses (21) from the three-way valves (22).
(38) Do the Para. 4.C. again for the other shock absorber.

NOTE :

Frequent nitrogen filling of the MLG shock absorber can be an indication of low oil level. Record
all nitrogen servicing work in the aircraft log. This will let you monitor if the fluid level check
procedure is necessary (Ref. TASK 12-12-32-611-004-A).

NOTE :

If the MLG shock absorber has been fully deflated and inflated again, it is recommended that
you:
. do a check of the MLG shock absorber charging pressure (Ref. TASK 12-14-32-614-003-A)
between four and seven days after the first subsequent flight. This is because the nitrogen
can be absorbed into the oil and the charge pressure can change.

Subtask 12-14-32-614-081-A
CAUTION :

MAKE SURE THAT YOU USE A GAGE WITH THE SPECIFIED PRESSURE RANGE. THIS IS
NECESSARY TO GET AN ACCURATE PRESSURE MEASUREMENT.

CAUTION :

ALWAYS ADD NITROGEN SLOWLY WHEN YOU PRESSURIZE THE SHOCK ABSORBER. IF YOU
ADD THE NITROGEN TOO QUICKLY, THE TEMPERATURE WILL INCREASE AND HAVE AN
EFFECT ON THE SHOCK ABSORBER PRESSURE.

CAUTION :

MAKE SURE THAT THE STANDARD CHARGING EQUIPMENT IS SAFE TO USE ABOVE 140 BAR
(2030.5278 PSI). DO NOT USE EQUIPMENT WITH A SIGHT GLASS. THIS WILL PREVENT INJURY
AND DAMAGE.

C.

AES

Check of MLG Shock Absorber Charge Pressure and Fill with Nitrogen (Aircraft on Jacks)
(Ref. Fig. 12-14-32-991-00400-A - MLG Two Stage Shock Absorber Charging Valves - Detail and Location)

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(Ref. Fig. 12-14-32-991-02100-B - MLG Two Stage Shock Absorber - Typical Filling System)
NOTE :

To do this procedure it is necessary to have CHARGING EQUIPMENT - GAS, STANDARD, GAGE


150 BAR (2175 PSI) - PRESSURE, HYDRAULIC and GAGE 20 BAR (290 PSI) - PRESSURE. The
charging equipment must be safe to use at over 140 bar (2030.5278 psi).

NOTE :

When you fill the MLG shock absorber, you must use NITROGEN, (GASEOUS) (Material No: 19-014)
. This will make sure that the oxygen level stays low.

(1)

Make sure that the aircraft is positioned correctly on the jacks (Ref. TASK 07-11-00-581-001-A).

(2)

Make sure that the shock absorber is fully extended and that the dimension H is between 496.7 mm
(19.5551 in.) and 500.5 mm (19.7047 in.).
(a)

(b)
(3)

If you do this procedure after you have replenished the shock absorber with hydraulic oil (Ref.
TASK 12-12-32-611-008-A), you must:
1

Charge the top charging valve (first stage of the cylinder) with nitrogen to a maximum
pressure of 5.0 bar (72.5189 psi).

Make sure that the shock absorber is fully extended. Refer to Para. 4.D.(2) and make sure
that dimension H is correct.

Release all the pressure from the top charging valve (first stage of the cylinder).

Install the standard charging equipment:

NOTE :
(a)

Remove the blanking cap (2) from the top charging valve (1).

(b)

Make sure that the control valves (23) and (25) of the three-way valve (22) are closed.

(c)

Connect the filling hose (21) to the three-way valve (22).

(d)

Connect the filling hose (21) to the top charging valve (1).

(e)

Install the pressure gage 17 bar (246.5641 psi) (20) on the three-way valve (22).

(f)

Remove the blanking cap (4) from the bottom charging valve (3).

(g)

Make sure that the control valves (23) and (25) of the three-way valve (22) are closed.

(h)

Connect the filling hose (21) to the three-way valve (22).

(i)

Connect the filling hose (21) to the bottom charging valve (3).

(j)

Install the pressure gage 140 bar (2030.5278 psi) (20) on the three-way valve (22).

(4)

Measure the temperature of the MLG adjacent to the top charging valve (1).

(5)

Slowly open the bottom charging valve (3).

(6)

At the bottom charging valve (3), read and record the pressure shown on the pressure gage (20).

(7)

Close the bottom charging valve (3).


(Ref. Fig. 12-14-32-991-02700-H - Charging Pressures - Weight off Wheels)

(8)

Refer to the Table 1 and compare the nitrogen pressure that you read from the pressure gage (20). If
the two pressures are not the same (+/- 1 bar (14.5038 psi) for the measured temperature, do these
steps:
(a)

AES

If the equipment manufacturers assembly/operating instructions are different to the data given,
use the equipment manufacturers instructions.

Connect the nitrogen supply hose (24) to the three-way valve (22) which is connected to the
bottom charging valve (3).

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(b)

(9)

Open the supply valve on the nitrogen source.


NOTE :

To increase the nitrogen pressure, open the control valve (25). To release the nitrogen
pressure, open the control valve (23).

NOTE :

It is possible that a small quantity of hydraulic fluid can be released from the charging
valve when nitrogen is discharged. If the volume of fluid that flows from the bottom
charging valve is more than 0.6 l (0.1585 USgal):
. you must replenish the MLG shock absorber hydraulic oil (Ref. TASK
12-12-32-611-008-A)
. refer to the MLG Design Authority.

(c)

Slowly open the bottom charging valve (3).

(d)

Slowly increase or release the nitrogen pressure until the pressure is correct for the measured
temperature.

(e)

Close the control valve (23) or (25).

(f)

After 15 minutes, measure the pressure at the bottom charging valve (3) again. Make sure that
the pressure is correct.

(g)

Close the bottom charging valve (3).

(h)

Close the supply valve on the nitrogen source and remove the nitrogen supply hose (24) from the
three-way valve (22).

Slowly open the top charging valve (1).

(10) At the top charging valve (1), read and record the pressure shown on the pressure gage (20).
(11) Close the top charging valve (1).
(Ref. Fig. 12-14-32-991-02700-H - Charging Pressures - Weight off Wheels)
(12) Refer to the Table 2 and compare the nitrogen pressure that you read from the pressure gage (20). If
the two pressures are not the same (+/- 1 bar (14.5038 psi) for the measured temperature, do these
steps:

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(a)

Connect the nitrogen supply hose (24) to the three-way valve (22) which is connected to the top
charging valve (1).

(b)

Open the supply valve on the nitrogen source.


NOTE :

To increase the nitrogen pressure, open the control valve (25). To release the nitrogen
pressure, open the control valve (23).

NOTE :

It is possible that a small quantity of hydraulic fluid can be released from the charging
valve when nitrogen is discharged. If the volume of fluid that flows from the bottom
charging valve is more than 0.6 l (0.1585 USgal):
. you must replenish the MLG shock absorber hydraulic oil (Ref. TASK
12-12-32-611-008-A)
. refer to the MLG Design Authority.

(c)

Slowly open the top charging valve (1).

(d)

Slowly increase or release the nitrogen pressure until the pressure is correct for the measured
temperature.

(e)

Close the control valve (23) or (25).

(f)

After 15 minutes, measure the pressure at the top charging valve (1) again. Make sure that the
pressure is correct.

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Close the top charging valve (1).

(h)

Close the supply valve on the nitrogen source.

(13) After one hour, do these steps to make sure the pressures are correct:
(a)

Measure the temperature of the MLG adjacent to the top charging valve (1).

(b)

Slowly open the bottom charging valve (3).

(c)

At the bottom charging valve (3), read and record the pressure shown on the pressure gage (20).

(d)

Close the bottom charging valve (3).

(e)

Slowly open the top charging valve (1).

(f)

At the top charging valve (1), read and record the pressure shown on the pressure gage (20).

(g)

Close the top charging valve (1).

(h)

Make sure that the pressures are correct with the values in Tables 1 and 2 for the measured
temperature.

(14) Remove the filling hoses (21) from the charging valves (1) and (3).
(15) TORQUE the charging valves (1) and (3) to between 0.57 and 0.79 M.DAN (50.44 and 69.91 LBF.IN).
(16) Use SPECIAL MATERIALS (Material No: 05-004B) to do a leak check of the charging valves (1) and
(3).
(17) Install the blanking cap (2) on the top charging valve (1).
(18) Install the blanking cap (4) on the bottom charging valve (3).
(19) Remove the pressure gages (20) and the filling hoses (21) from the three-way valves (22).
(20) Do the Para. 4.C. again for the other shock absorber.

NOTE :

Frequent nitrogen filling of the MLG shock absorber can be an indication of low oil level. Record
all nitrogen servicing work in the aircraft log. This will tell you if the fluid level check procedure
is necessary (Ref. TASK 12-12-32-611-004-A).

NOTE :

If the MLG shock absorber has been fully deflated and inflated again, it is recommended that
you:
. do a check of the MLG shock absorber charging pressure (Ref. TASK 12-14-32-614-003-A)
between four and seven days after the first subsequent flight. This is because the nitrogen
can be absorbed into the oil and the charge pressure can change.

(21) Lower the aircraft onto its wheels, (Ref. TASK 07-11-00-586-002-A).
5.

Close-up
Subtask 12-14-32-942-061-A
A.

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Removal of Equipment
(1)

Remove the warning notice(s).

(2)

Remove the SAFETY BARRIER(S).

(3)

Remove the access platform(s).

(4)

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

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GLAND SEALS

A
GLAND SEALS

GLAND HOUSING
MAIN FITTING

1.

MAIN FITTING/
GLAND HOUSING

2.

GLAND HOUSING/
SLIDING TUBE
SLIDING TUBE

N_MM_121432_3_ADM0_01_00

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FIGURE 12-14-32-991-01900-A SHEET 1


Possible Points of Leakage from the Gland Seals

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MAIN FITTING
(REF ONLY)

11

12
CLOSE

OPEN

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FIGURE 12-14-32-991-02000-B SHEET 1


Details of the Spare-Seal Activating-Valve

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1
2

N_MM_121432_3_ATM0_01_00

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FIGURE 12-14-32-991-00400-A SHEET 1


MLG Two Stage Shock Absorber Charging Valves - Detail
and Location

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21
20

PRESSURE REGULATOR
25

22

24
23

NITROGEN
SOURCE

20

PRESSURE GAGE

21

FILLING HOSE

22

THREEWAY VALVE

23

CONTROL VALVE

24

NITROGEN SUPPLY HOSE

25

CONTROL VALVE

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MLG Two Stage Shock Absorber - Typical Filling System

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150

10

10

20 30 40

DIAGRAM 1

50C

145
20
140
135
130
30

125
120
115
40

PRESSURE (bar)

110
45C
105

100
95
90
85
80
75
70
65

60
55

H (mm)

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FIGURE 12-14-32-991-00500-D SHEET 1


MLG Two-Stage Shock Absorber - Pressure/Extension
Graph (Metric Units)

220

210

200

190

180

170

160

150

140

130

120

110

100

90

80

70

60

50

40

50

N_MM_121432_3_SAM0_01_02

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DIAGRAM 2
2 0 1 0 0 1 0
20
140

30

40

40
45C

50

30

60C

130

120

PRESSURE/BAR

110

100

90

80

70

60

50

245

235

225

215

205

195

185

175

165

155

145

135

125

115

105

95

40

H/mm
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FIGURE 12-14-32-991-00500-D SHEET 2


MLG Two-Stage Shock Absorber - Pressure/Extension
Graph (Metric Units)

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INFLATION PRESSURE

DIAGRAM 3

100

90

80
bar

70

60
50

40

30

20

10

10

20

30

40

50

60

TEMPERATURE C

H MEASURE
BETWEEN
LUG FACES

N_MM_121432_3_SAM0_03_00

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FIGURE 12-14-32-991-00500-D SHEET 3


MLG Two-Stage Shock Absorber - Pressure/Extension
Graph (Metric Units)

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2 200

0 10 20 30 40 50C

10

DIAGRAM 1

20
2 100

2 000

1 900
30
1 800

1 700
40
1 600
45C
1 500

PRESSURE
(psi)

1 400

1 300

1 200

1 100

1 000

900

800

700

600
1.5

2.5

3.5

4.5

5.5

H (in)

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FIGURE 12-14-32-991-02500-D SHEET 1


MLG Two Stage Shock Absorber - Pressure Extension
Graph (Imp. Units)

6.5

7.5

8.5

9.5 10
N_MM_121432_3_SGM0_01_02

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DIAGRAM 2
2,100

2,000

10
20

10
0

30

40
30

50

20

60

1, 900

1, 800

40

1, 700

1, 600
45

PRESSURE/PSI

1, 500

1, 400

1, 300

1, 200

1, 100

1, 000

900

800

700

600

500
4

4.5

5.5

6.5

7.5

8.5

9.5

H/in.
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FIGURE 12-14-32-991-02500-D SHEET 2


MLG Two Stage Shock Absorber - Pressure Extension
Graph (Imp. Units)

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INFLATION PRESSURE

DIAGRAM 3

1500

1400

1300

1200
psi
1100

1000

900

800
50

40

30

20

10

10

20

30

40

50

60

TEMPERATURE C

H MEASURE
BETWEEN
LUG FACES

N_MM_121432_3_SGM0_03_00

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FIGURE 12-14-32-991-02500-D SHEET 3


MLG Two Stage Shock Absorber - Pressure Extension
Graph (Imp. Units)

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INFLATION PRESSURE FOR THE TWOSTAGE SHOCK ABSORBER AT THE BOTTOM CHARGING
VALVE (3) (AIRCRAFT ON JACKS)
TABLE 1
TEMPERATURE AT MLG
SHOCK ABSORBER

BOTTOM CHARGING VALVE INFLATION


PRESSURE (+/1 BAR (14.5 PSI))

DEG C

(DEG F)

Bar

(PSI)

45

(49)

60.6

(879)

40

(40)

62.3

(904)

35

(31)

64.1

(930)

30

(22)

65.9

(955)

25

(13)

67.6

(981)

20

(4)

69.4

(1006)

18

(0.4)

70.1

(1016)

16

(3.2)

70.8

(1027)

14

(6.8)

71.5

(1037)

12

(10.4)

72.2

(1047)

10

(14)

72.9

(1057)

(17.6)

73.6

(1067)

(21.2)

74.3

(1077)

(24.8)

75.0

(1088)

(28.4)

75.7

(1098)

(32)

76.4

(1108)

(35.6)

77.1

(1118)

(39.2)

77.8

(1128)

(42.8)

78.5

(1139)

(46.4)

79.2

(1149)

10

(50)

79.9

(1159)

12

(53.6)

80.6

(1169)

14

(57.2)

81.3

(1179)

16

(60.8)

82.0

(1190)

18

(64.4)

82.7

(1200)

20

(68)

83.4

(1210)

22

(71.6)

84.1

(1220)

24

(75.2)

84.8

(1230)

26

(78.8)

85.5

(1241)

28

(82.4)

86.2

(1251)

30

(86)

86.9

(1261)

32

(89.6)

87.6

(1271)

34

(93.2)

88.3

(1281)

36

(96.8)

89.0

(1292)

38

(100.4)

89.8

(1302)

40

(104)

90.5

(1312)

45

(113)

92.2

(1337)

50

(122)

94.0

(1363)

55

(131)

95.7

(1388)

60

(140)

97.5

(1414)

NOTE: TEMPERATURE/PRESSURE VALUES BETWEEN THOSE


SHOWN ABOVE ARE CALCULATED ON A LINEAR SCALE.
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FIGURE 12-14-32-991-02700-H SHEET 1


Charging Pressures - Weight off Wheels

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INFLATION PRESSURE FOR THE TWOSTAGE SHOCK ABSORBER AT THE TOP CHARGING
VALVE (1) (AIRCRAFT ON JACKS)
TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE AT MLG
SHOCK ABSORBER

TOP CHARGING VALVE INFLATION


PRESSURE (+/0.1 BAR (1.45 PSI))

DEG C

(DEG F)

Bar

(PSI)

45

(49)

6.0

(87)

40

(40)

6.2

(90)

35

(31)

6.4

(93)

30

(22)

6.6

(96)

25

(13)

6.8

(99)

20

(4)

7.1

(103)

18

(0.4)

7.2

(104)

16

(3.2)

7.2

(105)

14

(6.8)

7.3

(106)

12

(10.4)

7.4

(108)

10

(14)

7.5

(109)

(17.6)

7.6

(110)

(21.2)

7.7

(112)

(24.8)

7.8

(113)

(28.4)

7.9

(114)

(32)

8.0

(116)

(35.6)

8.1

(117)

(39.2)

8.2

(119)

(42.8)

8.3

(120)

(46.4)

8.4

(121)

10

(50)

8.5

(123)

12

(53.6)

8.6

(124)

14

(57.2)

8.7

(126)

16

(60.8)

8.8

(127)

18

(64.4)

8.9

(129)

20

(68)

9.0

(130)

22

(71.6)

9.1

(131)

24

(75.2)

9.2

(133)

26

(78.8)

9.3

(134)

28

(82.4)

9.4

(136)

30

(86)

9.5

(137)

32

(89.6)

9.6

(139)

34

(93.2)

9.7

(140)

36

(96.8)

9.8

(142)

38

(100.4)

9.9

(144)

40

(104)

10.0

(145)

45

(113)

10.3

(149)

50

(122)

10.6

(153)

55

(131)

10.8

(157)

60

(140)

11.1

(161)

NOTE: TEMPERATURE/PRESSURE VALUES BETWEEN THOSE


SHOWN ABOVE ARE CALCULATED ON A LINEAR SCALE.
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FIGURE 12-14-32-991-02700-H SHEET 2


Charging Pressures - Weight off Wheels

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Task 12-14-32-200-001-A
Inspection of the MLG Shock Absorbers Before Flight
WARNING : PUT THE SAFETY DEVICES AND THE WARNING NOTICES IN POSITION BEFORE YOU START A
TASK ON OR NEAR:
THE FLIGHT CONTROLS
THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES
THE LANDING GEAR AND THE RELATED DOORS
COMPONENTS THAT MOVE.
WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE GROUND SAFETY-LOCKS ARE IN POSITION ON THE LANDING GEAR.
1.

Reason for the Job


Self explanatory

2.

Job Set-up Information


A.

Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

REFERENCE
No specific
B.

QTY
AR SAFETY BARRIER(S)

DESIGNATION

Referenced Information

REFERENCE
12-12-32-611-004-A
12-14-32-200-001-A

DESIGNATION
Check of MLG Shock Absorber Fluid Level
Inspection of the MLG Shock Absorbers Before Flight

12-14-32-614-003-A

Check of MLG Shock Absorber Charge Pressure

32-00-00-481-001-A

Installation of the Safety Devices on the Landing Gears

(Ref. Fig. 12-14-32-991-02400-A - MLG Two-Stage Shock Absorber - Dimension H)


3.

Job Set-up
Subtask 12-14-32-941-065-A
A.

4.

Safety Precautions
(1)

Put the safety barriers in position.

(2)

Make sure that the ground safety locks are installed on the landing gear (Ref. TASK 32-00-00-481-001A).

(3)

On panel 400VU:
. make sure that the landing-gear control-lever 6GA is in the DOWN position.

(4)

Make sure that the wheel chocks are in position at the Main Landing Gear (MLG) wheels. Do not put a
chock at the nosewheels.

Procedure
(Ref. Fig. 12-14-32-991-02400-A - MLG Two-Stage Shock Absorber - Dimension H)

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Subtask 12-14-32-220-062-A
A.

Inspection of the MLG Shock Absorbers Before Flight


(1)

Measure the dimension H for each MLG shock absorber and do the applicable step that follows:
(a)

If one of or two of the H dimensions is/are less than 33 mm (1.2992 in.):


1

Do the fluid check of the MLG shock absorber (Ref. TASK 12-12-32-611-004-A).
or

(b)

If the difference between each MLG shock absorber H dimension is more than 45 mm (1.7717
in.):
1

Do the fluid check of the MLG shock absorber before 5 flight cycles have been completed
(Ref. TASK 12-12-32-611-004-A).
or

(c)

If the difference between each MLG shock absorber H dimension is between 30 mm (1.1811 in.)
and 45 mm (1.7717 in.):
1

Check the charge pressure of the MLG shock absorber (Ref. TASK 12-14-32-614-003-A) at
the next available maintenance check.
or

(d)
(2)

If the difference between each MLG shock absorber H dimension is less than 30 mm (1.1811 in.),
no maintenance is necessary.

If oil replenishment or gas charging was necessary, make a note in the aircraft log:
. it is recommended that you do a weight-on wheels pressure H dimension check (Ref. TASK
12-14-32-200-001-A) in not less than 24 hours.

NOTE :
5.

New hydraulic fluid can absorb nitrogen.


Shock absorber nitrogen pressure can decrease.

Close-up
Subtask 12-14-32-942-062-A
A.

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Removal of Equipment
(1)

Remove the warning notice(s).

(2)

Remove the SAFETY BARRIER(S).

(3)

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

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A
A

H MEASURE
BETWEEN
LUG FACES

N_MM_121432_3_AAN0_01_00

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FIGURE 12-14-32-991-02400-A SHEET 1


MLG Two-Stage Shock Absorber - Dimension H

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Task 12-14-32-614-004-A
Check NLG Shock Absorber Charge Pressure
WARNING : PUT THE SAFETY DEVICES AND THE WARNING NOTICES IN POSITION BEFORE YOU START A
TASK ON OR NEAR:
THE FLIGHT CONTROLS
THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES
THE LANDING GEAR AND THE RELATED DOORS
COMPONENTS THAT MOVE.
WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE GROUND SAFETY-LOCKS ARE IN POSITION ON THE LANDING GEAR.
WARNING : DO NOT PUT COMPRESSED GAS IN CONTACT WITH YOUR SKIN. THE GAS CAN GO THROUGH THE
SKIN AND MAKE BUBBLES IN THE BLOOD. THIS CONDITION CAN KILL YOU.
1.

2.

Reason for the Job


NOTE :

This task should be completed if the fluid level in the NLG shock absorber is correct (Ref. TASK
12-12-32-610-001) or (Ref. TASK 12-12-32-611-005) or (Ref. TASK 12-12-32-611-001).

NOTE :

It is recommended that you do this procedure with the aircraft on jacks or with the nose of the aircraft on
jacks and the MLG wheels on the ground. It can be done on the ground if the aircraft cannot be jacked. If
the aircraft is on jacks, it must in the correct position (Ref. TASK 07-11-00-581-001) or (Ref. TASK
07-11-581-003).

NOTE :

You must do this procedure a minimum of 2 hours after the last aircraft operation. This will give time for
separation of the gas and oil.

Job Set-up Information


A.

Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

REFERENCE
No specific

QTY
DESIGNATION
1
ACCESS PLATFORM 3M (10 FT)

No specific

AR

CHARGING EQUIPMENT - FLUID, STANDARD

No specific

AR

GAGE 200 BAR (2900 PSI) - PRESSURE, HYDRAULIC

No specific

AR

GAGE 50 BAR (725 PSI) - PRESSURE, HYDRAULIC

No specific

AR

NITROGEN COMPRESSED SOURCE - GROUND

No specific

RULER - STEEL

No specific

AR

SAFETY BARRIER(S)

No specific

THERMOMETER-SURFACE CONTACT

No specific

AR

WARNING NOTICE(S)

No specific
M21930

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Torque wrench: range to between 0.20 and 3.60 M.DAN (2.00 and 26.00
LBF.FT)
1

FILLING ASSEMBLY

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Consumable Materials

REFERENCE
Material No: 05-004B
Material No: 19-014
C.

DESIGNATION
SPECIAL MATERIALS
OXYGEN LEAK DETECTOR
NITROGEN, (GASEOUS)

Referenced Information

REFERENCE
32-22-00-010-001-A

DESIGNATION
Nose Gear Doors - Ground Doors Opening

32-22-00-410-001-A

Nose Gear Doors - Ground Doors Closing

(Ref. Fig. 12-14-32-991-00600-A - NLG Charging Valve - Detail and Location)


(Ref. Fig. 12-14-32-991-01700-A - NLG Shock Absorber - Filling System)
(Ref. Fig. 12-14-32-991-03000-A - Pressure/Temperature Table - Shock Absorber Fully Extended)
(Ref. Fig. 12-14-32-991-03100-A - NLG Shock Absorber - Dimension H)
(Ref. Fig. 12-14-32-991-03200-A - NLG Pressure/Extension Data (Weight on Wheels) - Positive Temperatures)
(Ref. Fig. 12-14-32-991-03300-A - NLG Pressure/Extension Data (Weight on Wheels) - Negative Temperatures)
3.

Job Set-up
Subtask 12-14-32-941-057-A
A.

Safety Precautions
(1)

Put the safety barriers in position.

(2)

If the aircraft is on jacks, put the ACCESS PLATFORM 3M (10 FT) in posi