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MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST

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MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST
Section 00

Front matter

Table of content.
Item

Nomenclature

Section 00

Front matter

Section 01

Cover page
Approval page russian
Approval page english
Table of content
List of Revisions
Highlights of Change
List of Temporary Revisions
Highlights of Temporary Revisions
Control Pages
Introduction
1. Preamble
2. Introduction
3. Content
4. Dispatch provisions
5. Maintenance action
6. Ferry flight
7. Temporary revision procedure
8. Definitions
9. Abbreviations and Acronyms

Section 02
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Minimum Equipment List and Operational & Procedures


SYSTEM
Air Conditioning
Auto Flight
Communications
Electrical Power
Equipment/Furnishings
Fire Protection
Flight Controls
Fuel
Hydraulic Power
Ice and Rain Protection
Indicating/Recording Systems
Landing Gear
Lights
Navigation
Oxygen
Pneumatic
Water/Waste
Central Maintenance Systems
Information Systems
Airborne Auxiliary Power
Doors
Engine Fuel & Control
Ignition
Engine Control
Engine Indicating
Engine Exhaust
Engine Oil
Engine Starting

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Date: 10.11.2010
DDG Rev.9 Date: 20.08.09

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MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST
Section 00

Front matter

Table of content.
Section 03
ATA
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Configuration Deviations List


Introduction
SYSTEM
Communications
Flight Control
Fuel
Landing Gear
Lights
Structures General
Doors
Fuselage
Stabilizer
Wings
Exhaust

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Date: 10.11.2010
DDG Rev.9 Date: 20.08.09

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Front matter

List of Revisions
REV NO.

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Reason of revision

INITIALS

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First issue

UTair

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Date: 10.11.2010
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Highlights of Change
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DESCRIPTION

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Date: 10.11.2010
DDG Rev.9 Date: 20.08.09

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List of Temporary Revisions


TR REVISION ISSUE DATE
No.

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TR page

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Description

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Date: 10.11.2010
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MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST
Section 00

Front matter

Control Pages
SECTION 00 Front Matter
Section Page
Cover Page
Approval page russian
Approval page english
Table of content
List of Revisions
Highlights of Change
List of Temporary Revisions
Highlights of Temporary Revisions
Control Pages

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Section 01 - Introduction
Section Page
1. Preamble
2. Introduction
3. Content
4. Dispatch provisions

5. Maintenance action
6. Ferry flight
7. Temporary revision procedure
8. Definitions

Revision : 02
Date: 01.02.2011

Based on MMEL: Revision 20


Date: 10.11.2010
DDG Rev.9 Date: 20.08.09

Page: 0-03-1


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9. Abbreviations and Acronyms

Section 02 Minimum Equipment List and (O) & (M) Procedure


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Date: 01.02.2011

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Date: 10.11.2010
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Date: 10.11.2010
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Revision : 02
Date: 01.02.2011

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Date: 10.11.2010
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Revision : 02
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Date: 10.11.2010
DDG Rev.9 Date: 20.08.09

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Date: 10.11.2010
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1. Preamble
This MEL is based on the following basic technical documentation:
1. Master Minimum Equipment list (MMEL) Revision 19, dated 23-July-2009,
approved by the Transport Canada.
2. Dispatch Deviations Guide CSP A-091(DDG), Revision 9, dated 20-Aug-2009,
approved by the Transport Canada.
Equipment not required by the operation being conducted and equipment are included in the MEL
with appropriate conditions and limitations. The MEL must not deviate from the Aircraft Flight
Manual Limitations, Emergency Procedures or with Airworthiness Directives. It is important to
remember that all equipment related to the airworthiness and the operating regulations of the
aircraft not listed on the MEL must be operative.
Suitable conditions and limitations in the form of placards, maintenance procedures, crew
operating procedures and other restrictions as necessary are specified in the MEL to ensure that
an acceptable level of safety is maintained.
The MEL is intended to permit operation with inoperative items of equipment for a period of time
until repairs can be accomplished. It is important that repairs be accomplished at the earliest
opportunity. In order to maintain an acceptable level of safety and reliability the MEL establishes
limitations on the duration of and conditions for operation with inoperative equipment.
The MEL provides for release of the aircraft for flight with inoperative equipment. When an item of
equipment is discovered to be inoperative, it is reported by making an entry in the Aircraft
Maintenance Record/Logbook. The item is then either repaired or may be deferred per the MEL or
other approved means acceptable to the Administrator prior to further operation. MEL conditions
and limitations do not relieve the operator from determining that the aircraft is in condition for safe
operation with items of equipment inoperative.
When these requirements are met, an Airworthiness Release, Aircraft Maintenance
Record/Logbook entry, or other approved documentation is issued as prescribed by CAA.
Such documentation is required prior to operation with any item of equipment inoperative.
WHEN USING THE MEL, COMPLIANCE WITH THE STATED INTENT OF THE PREAMBLE,
DEFINITIONS, AND THE CONDITIONS AND LIMITATIONS SPECIFIED IN THE MEL IS
REQUIRED.

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2. INTRODUCTION
By approval of the MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST (MEL), permits dispatch of the airplane for
revenue and training flights with certain items or components inoperative provided an acceptable
level of safety is maintained by appropriate operation, by a transfer of the function to another
operating component, or by reference to other instruments or components providing the required
information.
NOTE 1: The provisions of the MEL are applicable until the airplane commences the flight.
Failures occurring between "Off Blocks" and "Brake Release" shall be carefully
assessed by the flight crew taking into account the MEL and all other relevant factors
related to the intended flight.
NOTE 2: For dispatch with secondary airframe or engine parts missing, refer to the
CONFIGURATION DEVIATION LIST (CDL) which is last section of the Airplane Flight
Manual (see AFM CDL).
Suitable conditions and limitations in the form of placards, maintenance procedures, crew
operating procedures and other restrictions as necessary are specified in the MEL to ensure that
an acceptable level of safety is maintained.

3. CONTENT
The MEL contains only those items of airworthiness significance which may be inoperative prior to
dispatch, provided limitations and appropriate procedures are observed.
Equipment obviously basic to airplane airworthiness such as wings, rudders, flaps, engines,
landing gear, etc. is not listed and must be operative for all flights. It is important to note that:
ALL ITEMS WHICH ARE RELATED TO THE AIRWORTHINESS OF THE AIRPLANE AND
NOT INCLUDED ON THE LIST ARE AUTOMATICALLY REQUIRED TO BE OPERATIVE.
Equipment (obviously not required) for safe operation of the airplane such as galley equipment,
passenger convenience items, etc. is not listed.

4. DISPATCH PROVISIONS
3.1 The captain only is authorized to determine that the flight in question can continue safely with
inoperative equipment and may require equipment to be operating over and above that listed
when, in his judgement, such is required for the conditions under which the flight is to be
continued however, he shall never accept requirements below.
3.2 Before dispatching an airplane with multiple MEL items inoperative, it must be checked that
any interface of interrelationship between inoperative items will not result in degradation in
the level of safety and/or an undue increase in crew workload. It is particularly in this area of
multiple discrepancies and especially discrepancies in related systems, that good judgment,
based on the circumstances of the case including climatic and enroute conditions must be
used.
3.3 In the event Flight Crew or the respective maintenance staff have any doubt concerning the
application of the MEL, contact Maintenance Control Center (MCC).
Taking into account all relevant factors MCC with co-ordination with Engineering Department
will make a recommendation to the Flight Crew.
3.4 In the event the MEL carried on-board the aircraft is missing, damaged, or otherwise
unusable, the following procedures will apply, depending upon the location and status of the
aircraft.
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NOTE: When the on-board MEL is unavailable, normal procedures for Equipment
Malfunction After Gate Departure do not apply.
At Airport where repair can be made :
Contact Planning and Control center and request MEL be delivered to aircraft.
At Other Location:
a)
If aircraft is released without an MEL / CDL item affecting the flight:
- Contact Planning and Control center and advise of missing MEL.
- The flight may depart and continue to the next airport facility where a replacement
MEL will be obtained.
b)
If aircraft is released with an MEL / CDL item affecting the flight:
- Contact Planning and Control center () and advise of missing MEL.
- Prior to departure, you must have in your possession, fax, telex, or photocopy the
appropriate MEL / CDL information/ procedure.
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If blocked out of the gate and an equipment malfunction occurs prior to takeoff:
- Return to the gate and make appropriate Logbook entry.
- Maintenance will evaluate the discrepancy and coordinate the required maintenance
action with Maintenance Control Centre.
- Prior to departure, you must have in your possession, fax, telex, or photocopy the
appropriate MEL / CDL information/ procedure.
3.5 Procedure for Non-Maintenance Stations
Non-Maintenance Stations are defined as any station where UTair aviation maintenance
technicians are not assigned or on duty.
If an aircraft landing at a non UTair Maintenance station with a reported discrepancy,
Maintenance Control Centre will review the discrepancy and determine if necessary On-call
Maintenance.
If it is determined that the discrepancy is a MEL/CDL item and no maintenance action is
required, or no maintenance action other then pulling circuit breakers or positioning switches
is required, the following procedure will be adhered to.
Any item deferred using this procedure must be handled per established UTair aviation
maintenance procedures at the next UTair Maintenance station with no exemptions.
Upon notification of maintenance problem, Maintenance Controls responsibilities are as
outlined below:
a)Determine what the specific problem or problems are by debriefing the Captain or his
designated representative or if possible have a copy of log pages faxed to Maintenance
control for evaluation.
b)Maintenance control will review the MEL/CDL to ensure that no maintenance action is
required prior to release of the aircraft other than pulling circuit breakers or positioning
switches.
c) Maintenance control will make a procedure in accordance with -1.010-02
( MEL/CDL)

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5. MAINTENANCE ACTION
Every effort shall be made by maintenance to correct all technical irregularities as early as
possible and that the airplane be released from maintenance base in fully operational condition.
The decision of the captain to comply with the appropriate MEL requirement and to postpone
maintenance activity will supersede any other intention. The captain must be informed by
maintenance as soon as practicable, should it be impossible to repair the inoperative item prior to
departure.
Whenever an airplane is released by maintenance for dispatch with items inoperative, the
following is required:
The Aircraft Logbook aboard the airplane must contain a detailed description of the inoperative
item(s), special advice to the flight crew, if necessary, information about corrective action taken.
When they are accessible to the crew in flight, the control(s) and/or indicator(s) related to
inoperative unit(s) or component(s) must be clearly placarded.
NOTE: to the extent practical, placards should be located adjacent to the control or
indicator for the item affected. Unless otherwise specified, placard should be:
"INOP" (means inoperative).
If inadvertent operation could produce a hazard such equipment must be rendered inoperative
(physically) as given in the appropriate Maintenance Procedure.
The reference "MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE" is printed in the column "REMARKS OR/AND
EXCEPTIONS" in all cases where a specific maintenance procedure becomes necessary during
application of certain MEL items.
Circuit-Breaker Reset Procedure
A Circuit Breaker found in the out position may be result of:
- Tripped condition due to an electrical fault
- Inadvertent pulling out by contact/catching with the object
- Intentional pulling during operational procedures and failure to reset
A tripped Circuit Breaker refers to a circuit breaker that was previously verified to be in the normal
closed position, and then subsequently pops out due to an electrical fault.
1. Given the significance of any circuit breaker that is found in the out position, flight crew should
refer to guidelines found in AFM in order to address issue.
2. Maintenance personnel are cautioned against resetting tripped circuit breakers without following
proper procedures to determine the cause of the tripped circuit breaker. The following
practices are recommended:
Review aircraft logbook history to determine if the affected circuit breaker has tripped before.
Follow aircraft manufacturer procedures for troubleshooting the affected system. (i.e AMM,
SSM, WDM)

6. FERRY FLIGHTS
Ferry flights may be dispatched with less than the equipment specified in this MEL provided all the
equipment expected to be utilized in flight is operable. The permission for such a flight, however,
must be requested from Russian CAA.

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7. Temporary Revisions Procedure


Temporary revisions procedures are self explanatory.
1. The main Operators aim of using temporary revisions is to collect all necessary minor/major
changes of the separate items and implement them into the Operators MEL current revision
during the period until new revision MEL will be issued.
2. When temporary revision is required, department which is responsible for any changes
generates correspondent MEL pages with necessary changes.
3. Temporary revision page should be printed on paper colored yellow and distributed to all
holders of the hard copy MEL. Temporary revisions in digital format should be marked
TEMPORARY and if necessary printed on yellow paper the same size of the onboard manual
page.
4. Yellow pages of hard copies of the temporary revision should be distributed to all holders
including Operator Civil Aviation Authorities.
5. No special Civil Aviation Authorities approval required for Temporary revision if it is not
contradicts with MMEL or other airworthiness regulatory documents of compliance special
rules. However Operator Civil Aviation Authorities must be informed about temporary revision
issue by means of a registered letter with a return receipt (as alternative E-mai may be used).
If the Operator did not receive any objections during 14 calendar days after the date when
CAA was informed about it, the new temporary revision is implemented accordance to the
Operators procedure.
The person in charge for temporary revision approves it internally by the Operator Flight
Operation or Technical Operation Management.
6. Each MEL holder notified by an Operators letter about new temporary revision.
Temporary revision itself is attached to Notification Letter printed on paper colored yellow as
said above.
7. Each MEL holder Civil Aviation Authorities including is responsible for all necessary temporary
revisions insertion direct to the MEL document.
8. Each MEL holder must know that the temporary revisions yellow pages have priority status and
should be complied first of all.
9. Information about each executed temporary revision must be included into the list of temporary
revision of the Operators MEL.
10. When new revision of the MEL is issued and all temporary revisions implemented in the new
revision or deleted, all correspondent yellow pages must be deleted from the newest revision
of the MEL document.
11. Operator is responsible for each Temporary revision distribution to the each holder.

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8. Definitions
1. System Definitions.
System numbers are based on the Air Transport Association (ATA) Specification and items are
numbered sequentially.
a. "Item" (Column 1) means the equipment, system, component, or function listed in the "Item"
column.
b. "Number Installed" (Column 2) is the number (quantity) of items normally installed in the
aircraft. This number represents the aircraft configuration considered in developing this MEL.
Should the number be a variable (e.g., passenger cabin items) a number is not required.
c. "Number Required for Dispatch" (Column 3) is the minimum number (quantity) of items
required for operation provided the conditions specified in Column 4 are met.
NOTE: Where the MMEL shows a variable number required for dispatch, the MEL must reflect
the actual number required for dispatch or an alternate means of configuration control
approved by the Administrator.
d. "Remarks or Exceptions" (Column 4) in this column includes a statement either prohibiting or
permitting operation with a specific number of items inoperative, provisos (conditions and
limitations) for such operation, and appropriate notes.
e. A vertical bar (change bar) in the margin indicates a change, addition or deletion in the
adjacent text for the current revision of that page only. The change bar is dropped at the next
revision of that page.
2. "Airplane Flight Manual" (AFM) is the document required for type approval and approved by
the European Aviation Safety Agency. The approved AFM for the specific aircraft is listed on
the applicable Type Approval Data Sheet.
3. As required by regulation the listed item must comply with applicable operational regulation.
Operators may refer to the ATC regulation, and/or some local (airport) regulation..
4. Placarding: Each inoperative item must be placarded to inform and remind the crewmembers
and maintenance personnel of the equipment condition.
NOTE: To the extent practical, placards should be located adjacent to the control or indicator for
the item affected; however, unless otherwise specified, placard wording and location will be
determined by the operator.
5. "-" symbol in Column 2 and/or Column 3 indicates a variable number (quantity) of the item
installed.
6. "Deleted" in the remarks column after a sequence item indicates that the item was previously
listed but is now required to be operative if installed in the aircraft.
7. ER refers to extended range operations of a two-engine airplane which has a type design
approval for ER operations and complies with EASA General Acceptable Means of
Compliance documentation AMC 20-6 Extended Range Operations with Two-Engine
Aeroplanes ETOPS Certification and Operation, as amended, and JAR-OPS 1 as amended.
8. "Flight Day" means a 24 hour period (from midnight to midnight) either Universal Coordinated
Time (UCT) or local time, as established by the operator, during which at least one flight is
initiated for the affected aircraft.

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9. "Icing Conditions" means an atmospheric environment that may cause ice to form on the
aircraft (structural) or in the engine(s) (induction).
10. Alphabetical symbol in Column 4 indicates a proviso (condition or limitation) that must be
complied with for operation with the listed item inoperative.
11. "Inoperative" means a system and/or component malfunction to the extent that it does not
accomplish its intended purpose and/or is not consistently functioning normally within its
approved operating limit(s) or tolerance(s).
12. "Notes:" in Column 4 provides additional information for crewmember or maintenance
consideration. Notes are used to identify applicable material which is intended to assist with
compliance, but do not relieve the operator of the responsibility for compliance with all
applicable requirements. Notes are not a part of the provisos.
13. Inoperative components of an inoperative system:
Inoperative items which are components of a system which is inoperative are usually
considered components directly associated with and having no other function than to support
that system. (Warning/caution systems associated with the inoperative system must be
operative unless relief is specifically authorized per the MEL).
14. "(M)" symbol indicates a requirement for a specific maintenance procedure which must be
accomplished prior to operation with the listed item inoperative. Normally these procedures
are accomplished by maintenance personnel; however, other personnel may be qualified and
authorized to perform certain functions. Procedures requiring specialized knowledge or skill,
or requiring the use of tools or test equipment should be accomplished by maintenance
personnel. The satisfactory accomplishment of all maintenance procedures, regardless of who
performs them, is the responsibility of the operator. Appropriate procedures are required to be
published as part of the operator's manual or MEL.
15. "(O)" symbol indicates a requirement for a specific operations procedure which must be
accomplished in planning for and/or operating with the listed item inoperative. Normally these
procedures are accomplished by the flight crew; however, other personnel may be qualified
and authorized to perform certain functions. The satisfactory accomplishment of all
procedures, regardless of who performs them, is the responsibility of the operator. Appropriate
procedures are required to be published as a part of the operator's manual or MEL.
NOTE: The (M) and (O) symbols are required in the operator's MEL unless otherwise authorized
by the Administrator.
16. "Deactivated" and "Secured" means that the specified component must be put into an
acceptable condition for safe flight. An acceptable method of securing or deactivating will be
established by the operator.
17. "Visual Meteorological Conditions" (VMC) means the atmospheric environment is such that
would allow a flight to proceed under the visual flight rules applicable to the flight. This does
not preclude operating under Instrument Flight Rules.
18. "Visible Moisture" means an atmospheric environment containing water in any form that can
be seen in natural or artificial light; for example, clouds, fog, rain, sleet, hail, or snow.

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19. "Passenger Convenience Items" means those items related to passenger convenience,
comfort or entertainment such as, but not limited to, galley equipment, movie equipment, ash
trays, stereo equipment, overhead reading lamps, etc.
20. Repair Intervals: All users of an MEL approved must effect repairs of inoperative systems or
components, deferred in accordance with the MEL, at or prior to the repair times established
by the following letter designators:
Category A. Any item in this category shall be repaired per established UTair
maintenance procedures at the next UTair maintenance station where aircraft
will land. Upon an aircraft landing at a non - UTair maintenance station with a
reported discrepancy-established UTair aviation procedures for NonMaintenance Stations must be performed in this case information in column
REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS - is applicable.
.
Category B. Items in this category shall be repaired within three (3) consecutive calendar
days (72 hours), excluding the day the malfunction was recorded in the
aircraft maintenance record/logbook. For example, if it were recorded at 10
a.m. on January 26th, the three day interval would begin at midnight the 26th
and end at midnight the 29th.
Category C. Items in this category shall be repaired within ten (10) consecutive calendar
days (240 hours), excluding the day the malfunction was recorded in the
aircraft maintenance record/logbook. For example, if it were recorded at 10
a.m. on January 26th, the 10 day interval would begin at midnight the 26th
and end at midnight February 5th.
Category D. Items in this category shall be repaired within one hundred and twenty (120)
consecutive calendar days (2880 hours), excluding the day the malfunction
was recorded in the aircraft maintenance log and/or record. The letter
designators are inserted adjacent to Column 2.
23. Engine Indicating Crew Alerting System (EICAS) that provides electronic messages refers to
a system capable of providing different priority levels of system information messages (e.g.,
WARNING, CAUTION, ADVISORY and STATUS). Any airplane discrepancy message that
affects dispatchability will be at the WARNING, CAUTION or STATUS level.
24. "Administrative control item" means an item listed by the operator in the MEL for tracking and
informational purposes. It may be added to an operator's MEL by approval of the Principal
Operations Inspector provided no relief is granted, or provided conditions and limitations are
contained in an approved document (i.e. Structural Repair Manual, airworthiness directive,
etc.). If relief other than that granted by an approved document is sought for an administrative
control item, a request must be submitted to the Administrator. If the request results in review
and approval by the FOEB, the item becomes an MEL item rather than an administrative
control item.
25. Commencement of flight The point when an aircraft begins to move under its own power for
the purpose of preparing for take off.
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26. "Day of Discovery " is the calendar day an equipment/instrument malfunction was recorded in
the aircraft maintenance log and or record. This day is excluded from the calendar days or
flight days specified in the MEL for the repair of an inoperative item of equipment.
This provision is applicable to all MEL items, i.e., categories "A, B, C, and D."
27. Considered Inoperative , as used in the provisos means that item must be treated for
dispatch, taxi and flight purposes as though it were inoperative. The item shall not be used or
operated until the original deferred item is repaired. Additional actions include: documenting
the item on the dispatch release (if applicable), placarding, and complying with all remarks,
exceptions, and related MEL provisions, including any (M) and (O) procedures and observing
the repair category.
28. Is not used in the provisos, remarks or exceptions for an MEL item may specify that another
item relieved in the MEL is not used. In such cases, crewmembers should not activate,
actuate, or otherwise utilize that component or system under normal operations. It is not
necessary for the operators to accomplish the (M) procedures associated with the item.
29. However, operational requirements must be complied with, and an additional placard must be
affixed, to the extent practical, adjacent to the control or indicator for the item that is not used
to inform crewmembers that a component or system is not to be used under normal
operations.
30. "Flight" For the purpose of a MEL, a flight is the period of time between the moment when an
aircraft begins to move by its own means, for the purpose of preparing for take off, until the
moment the aircraft comes to a complete stop on its parking area, after the subsequent landing
(and not subsequent take off).

9. Abbreviations and Acronyms


The following abbreviations and acronyms may be used on flight compartment displays, radio
tuning units and the flight management system or may be found in this manual. Some
abbreviations may appear in upper or lower case letters. Abbreviations which have limited usage
are explained in the chapters where they are used.
A
a/c, A/c Aircraft AHC Attitude Heading
A/C Air Conditioning
A/G Air/Ground
A/ICE Anti-ice
A/P Autopilot
A/S Airspeed
A/SKID Anti-skid
ABS Absolute
AC Alternating Current
ACARS ARINC Communications Addressing and
reporting System
ACCEL Acceleration, accelerate(d), accelerometers
ACM Air Cycle Machine
ACMP Alternating Current Motor Pump/ Electric
Hydraulic Pump
ACT Active
ACU Air Conditioning Unit
ADC Air Data Computer

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ADDR Address
ADF Automatic Direction Finder
ADG Air Driven Generator
ADI Attitude Director Indicator
ADS Air Data System
AFCS Automatic Flight Control System
AFT Afterward
AGL Above Ground Level Computer
AHRS Attitude Heading Reference System
AIL Aileron
ALIGN Aligning, alignment
ALPHA alpha
ALT Altitude, Altimeter
ALT Altitude Hold (PFD/FD)
ALT CAP Altitude Capture (PFD/FD)
ALT HOLD Altitude Hold
ALTN Alternate
ALTS Selected Altitude Arm/Abort (PFD/FD)
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AM Amplitude Modulation
AMB Ambient
AMP Amperes
ANNUN Annunciator
ANT Antenna
AOA Angle of Attack
AP Autopilot
APC Auxiliary Power Control
APP Approach
APPROX Approximately
APR Automatic Performance Reserve
APU Auxiliary Power Unit
ARINC Aeronautical Radio Incorporated
ARP Air Data Reference Panel

ASYM Asymmetrical
ATA Air Transport Association
ATC Air Traffic Control
ATT Attitude
ATTD Attitude
ATTND Attendant
AUTO Automatic
AUTO BAL Automatic Balance
AUTO XFER Automatic Transfer
AUX Auxiliary
AV Avionics
AVAIL Available
AZ Azimuth

B
BK Brake
BLD Bleed
BOOM Headset microphone
BRG Bearing
BRKR(s) Breaker(s)
BRT Bright
BTL Bottle
BTMS Brake Temperature Monitoring System
BTMU Brake Temperature Monitoring Unit
BYPS Bypass

B/AIR Bleed Air


B/C Back Course
B/CRS Back Course
B/LEAK Bleed Leak
BARO Barometric
BAT Battery
BATT Battery
BDI Bearing Distance Indicator
BFO Beat Frequency Oscillator
BITE Built-In-Test Equipment

C
C Center, Caution, Cabin
CAA Civil Aviation Authority
CAL Calibrate
CAP Capture
CAPT Captain
CAS Calibrated Air Speed
CARs Canadian Aviation Regulations
CAT Category
CAT II Category II
CB, C/B Circuit Breaker
CBP Circuit Breaker Panel
CCW Counter Clockwise
CDL Configuration Deviation List
CDP Compressor Discharge Pressure
CDU Control Display Unit
CFM Cubic Feet Per Minute
CG Center of Gravity
CH Chapter, Channel
CHAN Channel
CHGR Charger
CHR Chronograph
CHRT Chart CK Check
CKPT Cockpit
CKT Circuit
CLB Climb

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CMD Command
CMPS Compass
CMPTR Computer
CO2 Carbon Dioxide
COM Communication
COMM Communication
COMP Compressor, Comparator
COMPT Compartment
COND Condition, Continued
CONFIG Configuration
CONN Connection
CONT Control, Continuous, Contactor, Controller
COOL Cooling
CORR Correction
CPAM Cabin Pressure Acquisition Module
CPLT Copilot
CRS Course
CRT Cathode Ray Tube
CRZ Cruise
CSD Constant Speed Drive
CTR Center
CVR Cockpit Voice Recorder
CW Clockwise
CYL Cylinder
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D
DA Drift Angle
DBU Data Base Unit
DC Direct Current
DCP Display Control Panel
DCU Data Concentrator Unit
DDG Dispatch Deviation Guide
DECEL Decelerate(d)
DECR Decrease
DEFL Defuel
DEG Degree
DEPR Depressurize
DEPT Departure
DEST Destination
DET Detector
DEV Deviation
DFDAU Digital Flight Data Acquisition Unit

DFDR Digital Flight Data Recorder


DG Directional Gyro
DH Decision Height
DIFF Differential
DIM Dimming
DIR Direct
DIS Distance (to way point), Disconnect
DISC Disconnect
DISCH Discharge
DISP Dispatch, Display
DIST Distance
DME Distance Measuring Equipment
DN Down
DOT Department of Transport (Canada)
DR Door

E
EASA European Aviation Safety Agency
EL Elevation
ELEC Electrical
EAS Equivalent Airspeed
ECAM Electronic Centralized Aircraft Monitoring
System
ECP EICAS Control Panel
ECS Environmental Control System
ECU Electronic Control Unit
ED EICAS Display
EDP Engine Driven Pump/Engine Primary Hydraulic
Pump
EFIS Electronic Flight Instrument System
EGT Exhaust Gas Temperature

EICAS Engine Indication and Crew Alerting System


ELEV Elevator, Elevation
ELT Emergency Locator Transmitter
EMER(G) Emergency
ENG Engine
EPC External Power Contactor
EQUIP Equipment
ERP Eye Reference Position Datum
ESS Essential
ET Elapsed Time
ETA Estimated Time of Arrival
EVAC Evacuation
EXH Exhaust
EXTIN Extinguish(ed)

F
F/CTL Flight Controls
FAA Federal Aviation Administration (USA)
FAIL Failure
FCC Flight Control Computer
FCU Fuel Control Unit
FD, F/D Flight Director
FDAU Flight Data Acquisition Unit
FDR Flight Data Recorder (Digital)
FECU Flaps Electronic Control Unit
FEED Feeder
FF, F/F Fuel Flow
FIRE BTL Fire Bottle
FIREX Fire Extinguisher

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FL CH Flight Level Change


FLD Field
FLT Flight
FLT DIR Flight Director
FLUOR Fluorescent
FM Fan Marker
FMS Flight Management System
FPM Feet Per Minute
FREQ Frequency
ft Feet, Foot
FW Fire Wall
FWD Forward

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G
G (+/-) Receiver Gain
G/S Glide slope
GA Go-around
GAL Gallon
GALY Galley
GCS Ground Clutter Suppression
GCU Generator Control Unit
GE General Electric
GEN Generator
GLD Ground Lift Dumping

GMT Greenwich Mean Time


GND Ground
GPM Gallons Per Minute
GPWS Ground Proximity Warning System
GR Gear
GRAV Gravity
GS Ground Speed
GUIDE Guidance
GW Gross Weight

H
HP High Pressure
HPA Hecto Pascals
HSI Horizontal Situation Indicator
HSTA Horizontal Stabilizer Trim
HSTCU Horizontal Stabilizer Trim Control Unit
HTR Heater
HUD Heads-up Display
HYD Hydraulic
Hz Hertz

HDG Heading
HDG HOLD Heading Hold
HDG SEL Heading Select
HEAT Heater HF High Frequency (3 - 30 m Hz)
Hg Mercury
HI High
HLDR Holder
HOR, HORIZ Horizontal
HOT High Oil Temperature

I
IMP. Imperial
in. Inch, Inches
in. Hg Inches of Mercury
INCR Increase
IND Indication, Indicator
INFLT In Flight
INHIB Inhibit
INOP Inoperative
INPH Interphone
INSP Inspection
INST(S) Instrument(s)
INST, INSTR Instrument
INT Internal, Integral, Intersection
INTEG Integral
IRS Inertial Reference System
IRU Inertial Reference Unit
ISA International Standard Atmosphere
ISO International Standard Organization
ISOL Isolation, Isolated
ITT Inter Turbine Temperature

IB, I/B, INBD Inboard


I/C Intercom, Inspection Check
IAPS Integrated Avionics Processor System
IAS Indicated Air Speed
ICAO International Civil Aviation Organization
ICS Idle Corrected Speed
ID Identification
IDENT Identification
IDG Integrated Drive Generator
IFR Instrument Flight Rules
IGN Ignition
IB,I/B,INBD Inboard
I/C Intercom, Inspection Check
IAPS Integrated Avionics Processor System
IAS Indicated Air Speed
ICAO International Civil Aviation Organization
ICS Idle Corrected Speed
ILS Instrument Landing System
IM ILS Inner Marker
IMC Instrument Meteorological Conditions

J
JAA Joint Aviation Authorities

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K
K, KT, KTS Knots
kg Kilogram(s)
kHz Kilohertz

KIAS Knots Indicated Airspeed


kW(s) Kilowatt(s)

L
LN Left Nose
LNAV Lateral Navigation
LOC ILS Localizer
LOGO Logo Graphic
LOM, MM Compass Locator at Outer Marker
LOP Low Oil Pressure
LP Low Pressure
LPM Liter Per Minute
LR Left Rear
LRC Long Range Cruise
LRU Line Replaceable Unit
LSB Lower Side Band
LT(s) Light(s)
LW Left Wing
LWD Left Wing Down
LWR Lower

L Left, Landing
L/T Landing/Taxi
LAV Lavatory
lb Pound(s)
LCN Load Classification Number
LCV Load Control Valve
LDG Landing
LDG GR Landing Gear
LDU Lamp Driver Unit
LE Leading Edge
LG Landing Gear
LGC Landing Gear Controller
LGW Landing Gross Weight
LH Left Hand
LIM Limit
LK Leak

M
MID AFT Middle Afterward
MID FWD Middle Forward
MILS .001 of an inch
MIN Minimum
MISC Miscellaneous
MKR Marker
MLG Main Landing Gear
MLI Magnetic Level Indicator
MLS Microwave Landing System
MLW Maximum Landing Weight
MM ILS Middle Marker
MMEL Master Minimum Equipment List
MMO Maximum Operating Speed in Mach Number
MOCA Minimum Obstruction Clearance Altitude
MOD Module
MON Monitor
MPH Miles Per Hour
MRA Minimum Reception Altitude
MSG Message
MSL Mean Sea Level
MTBF Mean Time Before Failure
MTG Miles to Go
MTOW Maximum Takeoff Weight
MTW Maximum Taxi Weight
MZFW Maximum Zero Fuel Weight

M Mach Number
m Meter
MAA Maximum Authorized
IFR Altitude
MAC Mean Aerodynamic Chord
MAG Magnetic
MAINT Maintenance
MALF Malfunction
MAB Manual
MAP Ground Map (WXR)
MAX Maximum
MAZ MLS Azimuth
MB Millibars
MCA Minimum Crossing Altitude
MCT Maximum Continuous Thrust
MDA Minimum Descent Altitude
MEA Minimum Enroute IFR Altitude
MECH Mechanic
MED Medium
MEL Minimum Equipment List
MFD Multifunction Display
MGP MLS Glideslope
MHz Megahertz
MI Miles
MIC Microphone
Misc
% Percent
& and

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C Degrees Centigrade
F Degrees Fahrenheit
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N
N/A Not applicable
N1 Low Pressure Rotor
N2 High Pressure Rotor
NAV Navigation
ND Nose Down, Navigation Display
NDB (ADF) Nondirectional Beacon
(Automatic Direction Finder)
NEG Negative
NEUT Neutral

NL Nose Left
NLG Nose Landing Gear
NM Nautical Mile(s)
No. Number
NOPT No Procedure Turn Required
NORM Normal
NOSE Nosewheel
NR Nose Right
NU Nose Up

O
OVBD Overboard
OVHT, OH Overheat
OVLD Overload
OVSP Overspeed
OVSPD Overspeed
OVTEMP Over Temperature
OXY, O2 Oxygen

OAT Outside Air Temperature


OB/OUTBD Outboard
OBS Observer
OEI One Engine Inoperative
OEW Operating Empty Weight
OH, OVHD Overhead
OK Okay
OM ILS Outer Marker

P
P#6 Panel 6
P/S Pitot/Static
PA Passenger Address
PASS Passenger
PBE Portable Breathing Equipment (Smoke Hood)
PCU Power Control Unit
PF Pilot Flying
PFD Primary Flight Display
PLA Power Lever Angle
PLT(s) Pilot(s)
PNF Pilot Not Flying
PNLS(s) Panel(s)
PO Outside Air Pressure
POS Position
PPH Pounds Per Hour

PRESS Pressure, Pressurization


PRI Primary
PRIM Primary
PROC Procedure
PROT Protection
PROX Proximity
PSEU Proximity Sensor Electronics Unit
PSI Pounds Per Square Inch
PSIG Pounds Per Square Inch Gauge
PSS Proximity Sensor System
PSU Passenger Service Unit
PT2 Engine Inlet Pressure
PTCT Protect
PTT Push To Talk
PWR Power

Q
QAR Quick Access Recorder
QEC Quick Engine Change
QFE Local Station Pressure

QNH Altimeter Setting


QTY Quantity

R
R Right
RA Radio Altitude, Resolution Advisory
RAT Ram Air Turbine
RCCB Remote Controlled Circuit Breaker
RCDR Recorder
RCVR Receiver

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RDR Radar
REC Receiver, Recorder
RECOG Recognition
REF(s) Reference(s)
REFL Refuel
REV Reverse
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RH Right Hand
RMI Radio Magnetic Indicator
ROT Rotation
RPM Revolutions Per Minute
RT, R/T Receiver-Transmitter
RTE DATA Route Data
RTO Rejected Takeoff
RTU Radio Tuning Unit

RUD Rudder
RVR Runway Visual Range
RVSM Reduced Vertical Separation Mininum
RVSR Reverser
RW Right Wing
RWD Right Wing Down
RWY Runway

S
SPLR(s) Spoiler(s)
SQL Squelch
SSB Single Side Band
STA Station
STAB Stabilizer
STAT Status
STBY Standby
STEER Steering
SUPPL Supply
SW(s) Switches
SYN Synchronize
SYNC Synchronous
SYS, SYST System

S Status
SAT Static Air Temperature
SCAV Scavenge
SEC Second, Secondary
SECS Spoiler Electronic Control System
SECU Spoiler Electronic Control Unit
SEL Select, Selector
SEL CAL Selective Call
SENS Sensitivity, Sensor
SERV, SVCE Service
SMKG Smoking
SOV Shutoff Valve
SP, SPD Speed
SPKR Speaker

T
TA Traffic Alert
T/C Top of Climb
T/D Top of Descent
T/R Thrust Reverser
TACAN UHF Tactical Air Navigation Aid
TAS True Airspeed
TAT Total Air Temperature
TCAS Traffic Alert and Collision Avoidance System
TE Trailing Edge

TEMP Temperature
TGT Target
TO, T/O Takeoff
TOL Tolerance
TRB, TURB Turbulence
TRK Track
TRM Trim
TRU Transformer Rectifier Unit
TT2 Engine Inlet Temperature

U
UNSCHD Unscheduled
USB Upper Side Band

USG United States Gallons


UTIL Utility

V
V Volt
VA Design Maneuvering Speed VB
Maximum Gust Intensity
VC Design Cruising Speed
VD Design Diving Speed
VDF/MDF Demonstrated flight diving speed.
VF Design Flap Speed
VDF/MFC Maximum Speed for Stability
Characteristics
VFE Maximum Flap Extended Speed

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Continuous Power
VLE Maximum Landing Gear Extended Speed
VLO Maximum Landing Gear Operating Speed
VLOF Lift-off Speed
VMC Minimum Control Speed with the Critical Engine
Inoperative
VMO/MMO Maximum Operating Limit Speed
VMU Minimum Unstick Speed
VNE Never-exceed Speed
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VNO Maximum Structural Cruising Speed


VR Rotation Speed
VS Stalling Speed or the Minimum Steady Flight
Speed at which the Airplane is Controllable
VS0 Stalling Speed or the Minimum Steady Flight
Speed in the Landing Configuration
VS1 Stalling Speed or the Minimum Steady Flight
Speed Obtained in a Specific Configuration
VX Speed for Best Angle of Climb
VY Speed for Best Rate of Climb Safety Speed
V1 Takeoff Decision Speed (formerly Denoted as
Critical Engine Failure Speed)
V2 Takeoff Safety Speed
V2 Minimum Takeoff Safety Speed

V/S Vertical Speed


VERT Vertical
VFR Visual Flight Rules
VG Vertical Gyro
VHF Very High Frequency (30 - 300 m Hz)
VIB Vibration
VMC Visual Meteorological Conditions
VNAV Vertical Navigation
VOL Volume
VOLT Voltage
VOR VHF Omni directional Range Station
VORTAC VOR and TACAN Co-located
VSI Vertical Speed Indicator

W
WIND Window
WOW Weight-On-Wheels
WPT(s) Waypoint(s)
WRN Warning
WS Second Segment Limited Weight
WSHLD Windshield
WX Weather
WXR Weather Radar

W Warning
W/C Wind Component
W/S Wind Shear
W/W Wheel Well
WARN Warning
WF Runway Length Limited Weight
WGT Weight
WHLS Wheels

X
XPNDR Transponder
XTK Cross Track
XWC Cross Wind Component

X Cross Transfer
XFER, XFR Transfer
XFLOW Cross Flow
XMIT Transmit

Y
YD, Y/D Yaw Damper

Z
ZFW Zero Fuel Weight

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Air Conditioning

REPAIR INTERVAL

NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

21-23-01 FWD Exhaust Fan Galley

C 1

(M) May be inoperative provided:


a) Fan is deactivated, and
b) AFT Exhaust Fan is considered inoperative.

PLACARD
A. Put a FWD (GALLEY) AND AFT (LAVATORY) EXHAUST FAN INOPERATIVE placard on the flight
attendant control panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
For an inoperative galley exhaust fan, deactivate the fan as follows:
(1) Open and collar the circuit breaker that follows:
CB PANEL

CB NO.

NAME

ZONE

CBP-2

C5

GALLEY FAN

222

OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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ITEM

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

21-23-02 AFT Exhaust Fan


(Lavatory)

C 1

(M) May be inoperative provided:


a) Fan is deactivated, and
b) FWD Exhaust Fan is considered inoperative.

PLACARD
A. Put an AFT (LAVATORY) AND FWD (GALLEY) EXHAUST FAN INOPERATIVE placard on the flight
attendant control panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
A. For an inoperative lavatory exhaust fan, deactivate it as follows:
(1) Open and collar the circuit breaker that follows:
CB PANEL
CBP-2

CB NO.
C5

NAME
GALLEY FAN

ZONE
222

OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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ITEM

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

21-24-01 ARINC Supply Fans


(Avionics Cooling)

C 2

(M) One may be inoperative provided:


a) Exhaust Fan (Avionics Cooling) is verified
operative, and
b) One Air Conditioning Pack is verified operative.
NOTE: Utilization of equipment in the avionics bay
without air conditioning and fans should be avoided
during ground operation.

PLACARD
Put an ARINC SUPPLY FAN INOPERATIVE placard on the AVIONICS COOLING panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
A. For an inoperative ARINC supply fan, do as follows:
(1) Energize the aircraft electrical power systems.
(2) Deactivate the inoperative ARINC supply fan as follows:
NOTE: It can take approximately 10 seconds for the EICAS indications to change.
(a) Open and collar the circuit breaker for the inoperative ARINC supply fan that follows:
CB PANEL

CB NO.

NAME

ZONE

CBP-3

C12

AVIONICS COOLING
ARINC FAN 1

221

OR
CB PANEL

CB NO.

NAME

ZONE

CBP-2

D2

AVIONICS COOLING
ARINC FAN 2

222

(b) On the AVIONICS COOLING panel, put the ARINC rotary switch to the position of the inoperative fan
(GND ALTN or FLT ALTN).
(c) On the EICAS primary display, make sure that the ARINC COOL caution message is shown.
(3) On the AVIONICS COOLING panel, put the ARINC rotary switch to the operative fan
(GND ALTN or FLT ALTN).
(4) On the EICAS primary display, make sure that the ARINC COOL caution message is not shown.
NOTE: It can take approximately 10 seconds for the EICAS indications to change.
(5) On the EICAS secondary display, make sure that the COOL EXHAUST FAIL status message is not
shown.
(6) Make sure that one air conditioning pack is operative as follows:
WARNING: DO NOT OPERATE THE AIR-CONDITIONING PACK(S) WITH THE AIRCRAFT DOORS
CLOSED. THE AIRCRAFT CAN BECOME PRESSURIZED. IF THE AIRCRAFT
PRESSURIZES INADVERTENTLY, INJURIES TO PERSONNEL AND/OR DAMAGE TO
EQUIPMENT CAN OCCUR.
(a) Make sure that the passenger door or the service door is open.
(b) Pressurize the 10TH stage bleed air system.
(c) On the AIR-CONDITIONING control panel, press in the L (or R) PACK switch/light.
(d) Check for the indications that follow:
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1 On the L (or R) PACK switch/light, make sure that the OFF light is not on.
2 On the EICAS secondary display make sure that the L (or R) PACK OFF status message is not
shown.
3 On the EICAS control panel push the ECS discrete button. On the EICAS secondary display, make
sure that the pack pressures, temperatures and the system symbol indications are normal.
4 On the EICAS primary display make sure that the L (or R) PACK HI PRESS and the L (or R) PACK
HI TEMP caution messages are not shown.
(e) On the AIR-CONDITIONING control panel, press out the L (or R) PACK switch/light.
(f) Check for the indications that follow:
1 On the L (or R) PACK switch/light, make sure that the OFF light is on.
2 On the EICAS secondary display make sure that the L (or R) PACK OFF status message is shown.
(g) De-pressurize the 10TH stage bleed air system.
(7) Remove electrical power from the aircraft.
OPERATIONS (O)
NOTE: In-flight failure of the remaining ARINC supply fan (as indicated by the ARINC caution message),
requires no flight crew action.

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21-24-02 Display Cooling Fans

C 3

(M) One may be inoperative provided remaining Display


Cooling Fans are verified operative.

PLACARD
A. Put a DISPLAY COOLING FAN 1 INOPERATIVE or DISPLAY COOLING FAN 2
INOPERATIVE or DISPLAY COOLING STBY FAN INOPERATIVE placard on the AVIONICS
COOLING panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
For an inoperative display cooling fan, do as follows:
(1) Energize the aircraft electrical power systems.
(2) Deactivate the inoperative display cooling fan as follows:
NOTE: It can take approximately 10 seconds for the EICAS indications to change.
(a) Open and collar the circuit breaker for the inoperative supply fan that follows:
CB PANEL
CBP-3

CB NO.
C9

NAME
DISPLAY FAN 1

ZONE
221

NAME
DISPLAY FAN 2

ZONE
221

NAME
DISPLAY FAN STBY

ZONE
221

OR
CB PANEL
CBP-1

CB NO.
D2
OR

CB PANEL
CBP-3

CB NO.
C6

(b) On the AVIONICS COOLING panel, put the DSPLY FAN rotary switch to the position of the
inoperative fan (GND ALTN or FLT ALTN or STDBY).
(c) On the EICAS primary display, make sure that the DISPLAY COOL caution message is shown.
(3) Make sure that the remaining display cooling fans are operative as follows:
NOTE: It can take approximately 10 seconds for the EICAS indications to change.
(a) On the AVIONICS COOLING panel, put the DSPLY FAN rotary switch to the position of an operative
fan (GND ALTN or FLT ALTN or STDBY).
(b) On the EICAS primary display, make sure that the DISPLAY COOL caution message is not shown.
(c) On the AVIONICS COOLING panel, put the DSPLY FAN rotary switch to the position of the other
operative fan (GND ALTN or FLT ALTN or STDBY).
(d) On the EICAS primary display, make sure that the DISPLAY COOL caution message is not shown.
(e) On the AVIONICS COOLING panel, make sure that the DSPLY FAN rotary switch remains selected
to an operative fan for flight.
(4) Remove electrical power from the aircraft.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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21-24-03 Exhaust Fan


(Avionics Cooling)

C 1

(M) May be inoperative provided:


a) Both ARINC Supply Fans are verified operative,
b) Two Display Unit Supply Fans are verified
operative, and
c) Both Air Conditioning Packs are verified operative.
NOTE: Utilization of equipment in the avionics bay
without air conditioning and fans should be
avoided during ground operation.

PLACARD
Put an EXHAUST FAN (AVIONICS COOLING) INOPERATIVE placard on the AVIONICS COOLING panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
For an inoperative exhaust fan, do as follows:
(1) Energize the aircraft electrical power systems.
(2) Deactivate the exhaust fan as follows:
NOTE: It can take approximately 10 seconds for the EICAS indications to change.
(a) Open and collar the circuit breaker that follows:
CB PANEL
CBP-1

CB NO.
C5

NAME
EXHAUST FAN

ZONE
221

(b) On the EICAS secondary display, make sure the COOL EXHAUST FAIL status message is
displayed.
(3) Make sure that the ARINC supply fans are operative as follows:
NOTE: It can take approximately 10 seconds for the EICAS indications to change.
(a) On the AVIONICS COOLING panel, put the ARINC rotary switch to the GND ALTN position.
(b) On the EICAS primary display, make sure that the ARINC COOL caution message is not shown.
(c) On the AVIONICS COOLING panel, put the ARINC rotary switch to the FLT ALTN position.
(d) On the EICAS primary display, make sure that the ARINC COOL caution message is not shown.
(e) On the AVIONICS COOLING panel, put the ARINC rotary switch to the NORM position.
(4) Make sure that two of the three display unit supply fans are operative as follows:
NOTE: It can take approximately 10 seconds for the EICAS indications to change.
(a) On the AVIONICS COOLING panel, put the DSPLY FAN rotary switch to the position of an operative
fan (GND ALTN or FLT ALTN or STDBY).
(b) On the EICAS primary display, make sure that the DISPLAY COOL caution message is not shown.
(c) On the AVIONICS COOLING panel, put the DSPLY FAN rotary switch to the position of another
operative fan (GND ALTN or FLT ALTN or STDBY).
(d) On the EICAS primary display, make sure that the DISPLAY COOL caution message is not shown.
(e) On the AVIONICS COOLING panel, put the DSPLY FAN rotary switch to the NORM position
(dispatch with three fans operative) or to an operative fan (dispatch with two fans operative).
(5) Make sure that both of the air conditioning packs are operative as follows:
NOTE: This check can be done to one pack at a time.
WARNING: DO NOT OPERATE THE AIR-CONDITIONING PACK(S) WITH THE AIRCRAFT DOORS
CLOSED. THE AIRCRAFT CAN BECOME PRESSURIZED. IF THE AIRCRAFT
PRESSURIZES INADVERTENTLY, INJURIES TO PERSONNEL AND/OR DAMAGE TO
EQUIPMENT CAN OCCUR.

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REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

(a) Make sure that the passenger door or the service door is open.
(b) Pressurize the 10TH stage bleed air system.
(c) On the AIR-CONDITIONING control panel, press in the L (R) PACK switch/light.
(d) Check for the indications that follow:
1 On the L (R) PACK switch/light, make sure that the OFF light is not on.
2 On the EICAS secondary display make sure that the L (R) PACK OFF status message is not shown.
3 On the EICAS control panel push the ECS discrete button. On the EICAS secondary display, make
sure that the pack pressures, temperatures and the system symbol indications are normal.
4 On the EICAS primary display make sure that the L (R) PACK HI PRESS and the L (R) PACK HI
TEMP caution messages are not shown.
(e) On the AIR-CONDITIONING control panel, press out the L (R) PACK switch/light.
(f) Check for the indications that follow:
1 On the L (R) PACK switch/light, make sure that the OFF light is on.
2 On the EICAS secondary display make sure that the L (R) PACK OFF status message is shown.
(g) Do the air conditioning pack operation check to the other pack.
(h) De-pressurize the 10TH stage bleed air system.
(6) Remove electrical power from the aircraft.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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21-24-04 Display Units Cooling Air


SOV

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 1

(M) May be inoperative provided SOV is deactivated


and secured OPEN.

PLACARD
Put a DISPLAY UNITS COOLING AIR SOV INOPERATIVE placard on the AVIONICS COOLING panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
For an inoperative display units cooling air SOV, do as follows:
(1) Do the procedure for deactivation of the cockpit display cooling-shutoff-valve (refer to the AMM TASK
21-24-00-040-802).
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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21-24-05 Inboard Exhaust SOV

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 1

(M) May be inoperative provided SOV is deactivated


and secured OPEN.

PLACARD
Put an INBOARD EXHAUST SOV INOPERATIVE placard on the AVIONICS COOLING panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
For an inoperative inboard exhaust SOV, do as follows:
Do the procedure for deactivation of the inboard exhaust SOV (refer to the AMM TASK 21-24-00-040-808).
NOTE: When the deactivation procedure is completed and the passenger door is closed, the INBD COOL
FAIL status message will come into view continuously on the EICAS secondary page.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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21-24-06 Overboard Exhaust SOV


(Avionics Cooling)

C 1

(M)(O) May be inoperative OPEN provided:


a) SOV is secured OPEN,
b) Operations are conducted unpressurized at or
below 10000 ft. MSL, and
c) Extended overwater operations are prohibited.

1. With S.B. 601R-52-001


(Enlarged vent flap)

C 1

(M) May be inoperative CLOSED provided:


a) SOV is secured CLOSED,
b) Inboard exhaust SOV is secured OPEN,
c) Both Air Conditioning Packs are operative,
d) Service door locking mechanism is verified
operative,
e) Service door is CLOSED, LATCHED and
LOCKED, and
f) Passenger Door and Service Door Indication
Systems are operative.

PLACARD
Put an OVERBOARD EXHAUST SOV INOPERATIVE placard on the AVIONICS COOLING panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
For an inoperative overboard exhaust SOV, do as follows:
(1) For an inoperative overboard exhaust SOV in the OPEN position, do as follows:
(a) Do the procedure for deactivation of the overboard exhaust SOV
(refer to the AMM TASK 21-24-00-040-806).
NOTE: When the deactivation procedure is completed and the passenger door is closed, the OVBD
COOL caution message will come into view continuously on the EICAS primary page.
(2) For an inoperative overboard exhaust SOV in the CLOSED position, do as follows:
(a) Do the procedure for deactivation of the overboard exhaust SOV
(refer to the AMM TASK 21-24-00-040-806).
(b) Do the procedure for deactivation of the inboard exhaust SOV
(refer to the AMM TASK 21-24-00-040-808).
(c) Do the operational test of the service door latch mechanism
(refer to the AMM TASK 52-41-02-710-801).
NOTE: When the deactivation procedure is completed and the passenger door is closed, the OVBD COOL
caution message will come into view continuously on the EICAS primary page and the INBD
COOL FAIL status message will come into view continuously on the EICAS Secondary page.
OPERATIONS (O)
A. For the unpressurized flight procedure with one or two PACKs operative, do as follows:
(1) Do the AFM ABNORMAL PROCEDURES Air-Conditioning, Bleed and
Pressurization, Unpressurized Flight Procedure (Packs ON) (CSP A-012)
B. For the unpressurized flight procedure with the two PACKs inoperative, do as follows:
(1) Do the AFM ABNORMAL PROCEDURES Air-Conditioning, Bleed and
Pressurization, Unpressurized Flight Procedure (Packs OFF) (CSP A-012)

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21-31-01 Automatic Cabin


Pressurization Controllers

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 2

One may be inoperative provided Cabin Pressure


Acquisition Module (CPAM) of Cabin Pressure
Monitoring Sub-system is operative.

C 2

(O) May be inoperative provided:


a) Cabin Pressure Acquisition Module (CPAM) of Cabin
Pressure Monitoring Sub-system is operative,
b) Operations are conducted unpressurized at or below
10,000 ft MSL, and
c) Takeoffs and landings are not conducted on runways
that may lead to imminent ditching.

PLACARD
Put an AUTOMATIC PRESSURE CONTROLLER(S) INOPERATIVE placard (as applicable) on the CABIN
PRESS control panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
A. For the unpressurized flight procedure with one or two PACKs operative, do as follows:
(1) Do the AFM ABNORMAL PROCEDURES Air-Conditioning, Bleed and Pressurization, Unpressurized
Flight Procedure (Packs ON) (CSP A-012)
(2) Takeoffs and landings must not be conducted on runways that may lead to possible imminent
ditching. The flight dispatcher, in agreement with the flight crew, may consider a flight plan to identify
runways that could lead to possible ditching. Then, a judgment call during flight planning is advised to
consider all applicable conditions to prevent possible imminent ditching, otherwise, dispatch is not
permitted.
B. For the unpressurized flight procedure with the two PACKs inoperative, do as follows:
(1) Do the AFM ABNORMAL PROCEDURES Air-Conditioning, Bleed and Pressurization, Unpressurized
Flight Procedure (Packs OFF) (CSP A-012)
(2) Takeoffs and landings must not be conducted on runways that may lead to possible imminent
ditching. The flight dispatcher, in agreement with the flight crew, may consider a flight plan to identify
runways that could lead to possible ditching. Then, a judgment call during flight planning is advised to
consider all applicable conditions to prevent possible imminent ditching, otherwise, dispatch is not
permitted.

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21-31-02 EMER DEPRESS Switch


Guard

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 1

May be missing provided:


a) Both Air Conditioning Packs are operative, and
b) Operations are conducted at or below FL 250.

C 1

(O) May be missing provided operations are conducted


unpressurized at or below 10,000 ft MSL.

PLACARD
A. Put an EMER DEPRESS Switch/guard INOPERATIVE placard on the CABIN PRESS control panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
A. For the unpressurized flight procedure with one or two PACKs operative, do as follows:
(1) Do the AFM ABNORMAL PROCEDURES Air-Conditioning, Bleed and Pressurization, Unpressurized
Flight Procedure (Packs ON) (CSP A-012)
B. For the unpressurized flight procedure with the two PACKs inoperative, do as follows:
(1) Do the AFM ABNORMAL PROCEDURES Air-Conditioning, Bleed and Pressurization, Unpressurized
Flight Procedure (Packs OFF) (CSP A-012)

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21-32-01 Outflow Valves

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 2

(M) (O) May be inoperative provided:


a) Affected valve(s) is secured OPEN,
b) Overboard Exhaust SOV (Avionics Cooling) is
secured OPEN,
c) Operations are conducted unpressurized at or below
10,000 ft MSL,
d) Extended overwater operations are prohibited, and
e) Takeoffs and landings are not conducted on runways
that may lead to imminent ditching.

PLACARD
Put a CABIN PRESSURE OUTFLOW VALVE(S) INOPERATIVE placard on the CABIN PRESS control
panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
For an inoperative outflow valve(s), do as follows:
(1) Do the procedure for deactivation of the outflow valve(s) (refer to the AMM TASK 21-32-00-040-802).
(2) Do the procedure for deactivation of the overboard exhaust valve
(refer to the AMM TASK 21-24-00-040-806).
NOTE: When the deactivation procedure is completed, the passenger door is closed and locked, and the
service door is closed, the OVBD COOL caution message will come into view on the EICAS
primary page.
OPERATIONS (O)
A. For the unpressurized flight procedure with one or two PACKs operative, do as follows:
(1) Do the AFM ABNORMAL PROCEDURES Air-Conditioning, Bleed and Pressurization, Unpressurized
Flight Procedure (Packs ON) (CSP A-012)
(2) Takeoffs and landings must not be conducted on runways that may lead to possible imminent
ditching. The flight dispatcher, in agreement with the flight crew, may consider a flight plan to identify
runways that could lead to possible ditching. Then, a judgment call during flight planning is advised to
consider all applicable conditions to prevent possible imminent ditching, otherwise dispatch is not
permitted.
B. For the unpressurized flight procedure with the two PACKs inoperative, do as follows:
(1) Do the AFM ABNORMAL PROCEDURES Air-Conditioning, Bleed and Pressurization, Unpressurized
Flight Procedure (Packs OFF) (CSP A-012)
(2) Takeoffs and landings must not be conducted on runways that may lead to possible imminent
ditching. The flight dispatcher, in agreement with the flight crew, may consider a flight plan to identify
runways that could lead to possible ditching. Then, a judgment call during flight planning is advised to
consider all applicable conditions to prevent possible imminent ditching, otherwise dispatch is not
permitted.

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21-33-01 Cabin Pressure


Monitoring Sub-system
1. Cabin Pressure
Acquisition Module
(CPAM)

(M) May be inoperative provided:


a) Both Automatic Cabin Pressurization Controllers
are operative, and
b) Operations are conducted at or below FL 300.

C 1

PLACARD
Put a CABIN PRESSURE ACQUISITION MODULE INOPERATIVE placard on the CABIN PRESS control
panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
For an inoperative cabin pressure acquisition module, deactivate it as follows:
(1) Energize the aircraft electrical power systems.
(2) Open and collar the circuit breaker that follows:
CB PANEL
CBP-2

CB NO.
P6

NAME
CABIN PRESS MOD

ZONE
222

(3) On the EICAS secondary display, make sure the CPAM FAIL status message is displayed.
(4) Remove electrical power from the aircraft.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required

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21-40-01 Galley Heating System


(with S.B. 601R-25-012 or
S.B. 601R-25-033 and
S.B. 601R-25-034)

C 1

(M) May be inoperative provided the system is


deactivated.

1. Fan

C 1

May be inoperative provided:


a) Galley heating fan switch is selected OFF, and
b) Galley heating #1 switch is selected OFF.

2. Heater #1

C 1

May be inoperative provided galley heating #1 switch is


selected OFF.

C 1

May be inoperative provided galley heating #2 switch is


selected OFF.

3. Heater #2

PLACARD
Put a GALLEY HEATING SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard on the MISCELLANEOUS SERVICE panel at
the forward wardrobe.
MAINTENANCE (M)
A. For an inoperative galley heating system, deactivate it as follows:
(1) Open and collar the circuit breaker that follows:
CB PANEL
CBP-2

CB NO.
B11

NAME
GALLEY HTRS

ZONE
222

OPERATIONS (O)
Not required

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21-50-01 Ground Air Conditioning


Connector Cover

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

(M) May be inoperative or missing provided:


a) Connector check valve is verified CLOSED,
b) Operations are conducted at or below FL 250, and
c) Extended overwater operations are prohibited.

PLACARD
A. Put a GROUND AIR CONDITIONING CONNECTOR COVER INOPERATIVE placard on the AIRCONDITIONING control panel and on the GROUND AIR CONDITIONING CONNECTOR COVER.
MAINTENANCE (M)
For an inoperative or missing ground air conditioning connection cover do as follows:
(1) Prior to each flight make sure that the ground air conditioning check valve is closed.
OPERATIONS (O)
A. Not required.

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21-51-01 Air Conditioning Packs

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 2

(O) RH pack may be inoperative provided:


a) RH pack is selected OFF,
b) Operations are conducted at or below FL 250, and
c) Ram Air SOV is verified operative

C 2

(O) LH pack may be inoperative provided:


a) LH pack is selected OFF,
b) Operations are conducted at or below FL 250, and
c) Ram Air SOV is either verified operative or
deactivated OPEN.

C 2

(M)(O) Both may be inoperative provided:


a) Both packs are selected OFF,
b) Operations are conducted unpressurized at or
below 10,000 ft. MSL,
c) Ram Air SOV is either verified operative or
deactivated OPEN,
d) EMER DEPRESS switch is selected ON,
e) Overboard Exhaust SOV (Avionics Cooling) is
secured OPEN, and
f) Extended overwater operations are prohibited.
NOTE: Ground operation should be limited at ambient
temperatures greater than 30 degrees Celsius,
to prolong service life of avionics components.

PLACARD
A. For one PACK inoperative, do as follows:
(1) Put a L (R) AIR CONDITIONING PACK INOPERATIVE placard on the AIR-CONDITIONING control
panel.
B. For both PACKs inoperative, do as follows:
(1) Put a BOTH AIR CONDITIONING PACKS INOPERATIVE placard on the AIR-CONDITIONING control
panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
For both PACKs inoperative do as follows:
(1) On the CABIN PRESSURE control panel, move the EMER DEPRESS switch guard and press the
EMER DEPRESS switch/light in. Make sure that the EMER DEPRESS switch/light ON light is on.
(2) Do the procedure to deactivate both air conditioning packs (refer to the AMM TASK 21-51-00-040-803).
(3) Do the procedure to secure open the overboard exhaust SOV
(refer to the AMM TASK 21-24-00-040-806).
(4) If the ram air SOV is inoperative, do the procedure to deactivate open the ram air SOV
(refer to the AMM TASK 21-52-00-040-802).
NOTE: When the ram air SOV has been deactivated OPEN, the RAM AIR OPEN status message on the
EICAS secondary page will not show, and the RAM AIR valve symbol on the EICAS ECS synoptic
page will show closed.
(5) If the ram air SOV is operative, do the operational test of the ram air SOV
(refer to the AMM TASK 21-52-10-710-801).
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REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

OPERATIONS (O)
A. With one PACK inoperative, during climb, before the source of bleed supply is changed from APU to
engine, do as follows:
(1) On the EICAS control panel (ECP), push the ECS pushbutton to view the ECS synoptic page on the
EICAS secondary page.
(2) At a safe altitude, but below 15000 feet, and when flight conditions permit, do as follows:
(a) Retard thrust levers to get 60 PSI in the bleed air manifold, as shown on the ECS synoptic page.
(3) On the BLEED AIR control panel, select the operational PACK (LH or RH) 10TH STAGE switch to
open.
(4) On the BLEED AIR control panel, select the APU LCV and the ISOL switches to close.
NOTE: When bleed air is supplied by one of the engines only, use the "Take-Off or Go-Around Thrust
Settings, 10th stage Bleeds On - Packs On" performance charts.
L(R) PACK HI PRESS caution message
(5) If the remaining PACK causes the presentation of a L(R) PACK HI PRESS caution message on the
EICAS primary page, do as follows:
(a) Do the Airplane Flight Manual (AFM) ABNORMAL PROCEDURES Air-Conditioning, Bleed and
Pressurization, AIR-CONDITIONING SYSTEM, L or R PACK HI PRESS procedure (CSP A-012).
(b) If the L(R) PACK HI PRESS caution message continues to persist on the EICAS primary page, do
as follows:
1 Do the Airplane Flight Manual (AFM) ABNORMAL PROCEDURES Air-Conditioning, Bleed and
Pressurization, PRESSURIZATION SYSTEM, Unpressurized Flight Procedure (Packs OFF)
(CSP A-012).
L(R) PACK HI TEMP caution message
(6) If the remaining PACK causes the presentation of a L(R) PACK HI TEMP caution message on the
EICAS primary page, do as follows:
(a) Do the Airplane Flight Manual (AFM) ABNORMAL PROCEDURES Air-Conditioning, Bleed and
Pressurization, AIR-CONDITIONING SYSTEM, L or R PACK HI TEMP procedure (CSP A-012).
(b) If the L(R) PACK HI TEMP caution message continues to persist on the EICAS primary page, do
as follows:
1 Do the Airplane Flight Manual (AFM) ABNORMAL PROCEDURES Air-Conditioning, Bleed and
Pressurization, PRESSURIZATION SYSTEM, Unpressurized Flight Procedure (Packs OFF)
(CSP A-012).
B. With the two PACKs inoperative, do as follows:
(1) Do the Airplane Flight Manual (AFM) ABNORMAL PROCEDURES Air-Conditioning, Bleed and
Pressurization, PRESSURIZATION SYSTEM, Unpressurized Flight Procedure (Packs OFF) (CSP A-012).

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21-51-03 Air Conditioning Pack


"FAULT/OFF" Switch
Lights (light function only)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 2

PLACARD
Put a "FAULT" and/or "OFF" LIGHT INOPERATIVE placard (as applicable) on the L and/or R PACK
Switch/Light(s) (as applicable), located on the AIR-CONDITIONING control panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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21-51-05 Pack Supply Pressure


Indication

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 2

(O)
NOTE: PACK Supply Pressure Readout on the EICAS
ECS Synoptic Page will be replaced by
amber dashes and the PACK flowline will be
black with white outlines.

PLACARD
Put a PACK SUPPLY PRESSURE INDICATION INOPERATIVE placard below the secondary EICAS
display unit.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
For an inoperative pack supply pressure indication, do as follows:
L(R) PACK HI PRESS caution message
(1) If a PACK causes the presentation of a L(R) PACK HI PRESS caution message on the EICAS primary
page, do as follows:
(a) Do the AFM ABNORMAL PROCEDURES Air-Conditioning, Bleed and Pressurization, L or R PACK
HI PRESS procedure (CSP A-012).
L(R) PACK HI TEMP caution message
(2) If a PACK causes the presentation of a L(R) PACK HI TEMP caution message on the EICAS primary
page, do as follows:
(a) Do the AFM ABNORMAL PROCEDURES Air-Conditioning, Bleed and Pressurization, L or R PACK
HI TEMP procedure (CSP A-012).

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21-52-01 Ram Air SOV

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 1

(M)(O) May be inoperative OPEN provided:


a) Ram Air SOV is deactivated OPEN,
b) RH Air Conditioning Pack is operative,
c) LH Air Conditioning Pack is selected OFF, and
d) Operations are conducted at or below FL250.
NOTE: Ground operations should be limited at ambient
temperatures greater than 30 degrees Celsius, to
prolong service life of avionics components.

C 1

(M)(O) May be inoperative OPEN provided:


a) Ram Air SOV is deactivated OPEN,
b) LH Air Conditioning Pack is selected OFF,
c) Operations are conducted unpressurized at or below
10,000 ft MSL,
d) EMER DEPRESS switch is selected ON,
e) Overboard Exhaust SOV (Avionics Cooling) is
secured OPEN, and
f) Extended Overwater operations are prohibited.
NOTE: Ground operations should be limited at ambient
temperatures greater than 30 degrees Celsius, to
prolong service life of avionics components.

PLACARD
Put a RAM AIR SOV INOPERATIVE placard on the AIR-CONDITIONING control panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
A. For an inoperative ram air SOV and an operative right PACK, do as follows:
(1) Do the procedure to deactivate the ram air SOV open (refer to the AMM TASK 21-52-00-040-802).
NOTE: When the ram air SOV has been deactivated open, the RAM AIR OPEN status message on the
EICAS secondary page will not be shown, and the RAM AIR valve symbol on the EICAS ECS
synoptic page will indicate closed.
B. For an inoperative ram air SOV and operations conducted unpressurized, do as follows:
(1) Do the procedure for deactivation of the ram air SOV open (refer to the AMM TASK 21-52-00-040-802)
NOTE: When the ram air SOV has been deactivated open, the RAM AIR OPEN status message on the
EICAS secondary page will not be shown, and the RAM AIR valve symbol on the EICAS ECS
synoptic page will indicate closed.
(2) Do the procedure for deactivation of the outflow valves (refer to the AMM TASK 21-32-00-040-802).
(3) Do the procedure for deactivation of the overboard exhaust SOV (Avionics Cooling),
(refer to the AMM TASK 21-24-00-040-806).
OPERATIONS (O)
A. With an inoperative ram air SOV and an operative right PACK, during climb, do as follows before
the source of bleed supply is changed from APU to engine:
(1) On the EICAS control panel (ECP), push the ECS pushbutton to view the ECS synoptic page on the
EICAS secondary page.
(2) At a safe altitude, but below 15 000 feet, and when flight conditions permit, do as follows:
(a) Retard thrust levers to get 60 PSI at the bleed air manifold.

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(3) On the BLEED AIR control panel, select the operational PACK (LH or RH) 10TH STAGE switch to
open.
NOTE: Performance chart of engine thrust settings for normal take-off and go-around (two engine
landing climb) with 10TH stage bleeds open and A/C PACKs on, should be used.
(4) On the BLEED AIR control panel, select the APU LCV and the ISOL switches to close.
R PACK HI PRESS caution message
(5) With an inoperative ram air SOV and an operative right PACK, if the right PACK causes the
presentation of a R PACK HI PRESS caution message on the EICAS primary page, do as follows:
(a) Do the AFM ABNORMAL PROCEDURES Air-Conditioning, Bleed and Pressurization, L or R
PACK HI PRESS procedure (CSP A-012).
(b) If the R PACK HI PRESS caution message continues to persist on the EICAS primary page, do as
follows:
1 Do the AFM ABNORMAL PROCEDURES Air-Conditioning, Bleed and Pressurization,
Unpressurized Flight Procedure (Packs OFF) (CSP A-012).
R PACK HI TEMP caution message
(6) With an inoperative ram air SOV and an operative right PACK, if the right PACK causes the
presentation of a R PACK HI TEMP caution message on the EICAS primary page, do as follows:
(a) Do the AFM ABNORMAL PROCEDURES Air-Conditioning, Bleed and Pressurization, L or R PACK
HI TEMP procedure (CSP A-012).
(b) If the R PACK HI TEMP caution message continues to persist on the EICAS primary page, do as
follows:
1 Do the AFM ABNORMAL PROCEDURES Air-Conditioning, Bleed and Pressurization,
Unpressurized Flight Procedure (Packs OFF) (CSP A-012).
B. With the two PACKs inoperative, do as follows:
(1) Do the AFM ABNORMAL PROCEDURES Air-Conditioning, Bleed and Pressurization, Unpressurized
Flight Procedure (Packs OFF) (CSP A-012).

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21-52-02 Air Conditioning Panel


RAM AIR "OPEN"
Switchlight
(light function only)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 1

PLACARD
Put an "OPEN" LIGHT INOPERATIVE placard on the RAM AIR Switch/Light, located on the AIRCONDITIONING control panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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21-55-01 Cargo Conditioned Air


SOV

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

D 1

(M) May be inoperative CLOSED provided:


a) SOV is secured CLOSED,
b) Live animals are not carried in cargo compartment,
and
c) AIR CONDITIONING Cargo switch is selected to
OFF.

May be inoperative OPEN provided:


a) Cargo compartment is empty. (For ballast
purposes, use of bags (made of fiberglass or
kevlar) of sand or ingots of non-magnetic metals
(such as lead) is acceptable), and
b) AIR CONDITIONING Cargo switch is selected to
OFF.

PLACARD
Put a CARGO CONDITIONED AIR SOV INOPERATIVE placard on the AIR-CONDITIONING control panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
For an inoperative cargo conditioned air SOV in the closed position, do as follows:
(1) Do the procedure to deactivate the cargo conditioned air SOV to the closed position
(refer to the AMM TASK 21-55-00-040-801).
(2) On the AIR-CONDITIONING control panel, set the cargo air conditioning switch to OFF.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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21-55-02 Cargo Fan

D 1

(M) May be inoperative provided live animals are not


carried in cargo compartment.

PLACARD
Put a CARGO FAN INOPERATIVE placard on the AIR-CONDITIONING control panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
For an inoperative cargo fan, deactivate it as follows:
(1) Open and collar the circuit breaker that follows:
CB PANEL
CBP-1

CB NO.
D5

NAME
BAGG COMP FAN

ZONE
222

OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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21-55-03 Cargo Exhaust SOV

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

(M) May be inoperative CLOSED provided:


a) SOV is secured CLOSED,
b) Live animals are not carried in cargo compartment,
and
c) AIR CONDITIONING Cargo switch is selected to
OFF.

May be inoperative OPEN provided:


a) Cargo compartment is empty.
(For ballast purposes, use of bags
(made of fiberglass orkevlar) of sand or ingots of
non-magnetic metals (such as lead) is acceptable),
and
b) AIR CONDITIONING Cargo switch is selected to
OFF.

PLACARD
Put a CARGO EXHAUST SOV INOPERATIVE placard on the AIR-CONDITIONING control panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
A. For an inoperative cargo exhaust SOV in the closed position, do as follows:
(1) Do the procedure to deactivate closed, the cargo exhaust SOV
(refer to the AMM TASK 21-55-00-040-802).
(2) On the AIR-CONDITIONING control panel, set the cargo switch to OFF.
B. For an inoperative cargo exhaust SOV in the open position, do as follows:
(1) On the AIR-CONDITIONING control panel, set the cargo switch to OFF.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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21-55-04 Cargo Air SOV


1. Recirculated

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

D 1

(M) May be inoperative CLOSED provided:


a) SOV is secured CLOSED,
b) Live animals are not carried in cargo compartment,
and
c) AIR CONDITIONING Cargo switch is selected to
COND AIR or OFF.

D 1

May be inoperative OPEN provided:


a) Cargo compartment is empty.
(For ballast purposes, use of bags
(made of fiberglass or kevlar) of sand or ingots of
non-magnetic metals (such as lead) is acceptable),
and
b) AIR CONDITIONING Cargo switch is selected to
OFF.

PLACARD
Put a CARGO RECIRCULATED AIR SOV INOPERATIVE placard on the AIR-CONDITIONING control
panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
A. For an inoperative cargo recirculated air SOV, do as follows:
(1) Do the procedure to deactivate the cargo recirculated air SOV
(refer to the AMM TASK 21-55-00-040-803).
(2) On the AIR-CONDITIONING control panel, set the cargo switch to COND AIR or OFF.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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21-55-05 AFT Cargo Compartment


Temperature Control
System

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

D 1

(M) May be inoperative provided:


a) Live animals are not carried in cargo compartment,
and
b) AIR CONDITIONING Cargo switch is selected to
FAN or OFF.

PLACARD
Put an AFT CARGO COMPARTMENT TEMPERATURE CONTROL SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard on
the AIR-CONDITIONING control panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
For an inoperative aft cargo compartment temperature control system, do as follows:
(1) On the AIR-CONDITIONING control panel, set the cargo switch to FAN or OFF.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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21-61-01 Cabin/Cockpit
Temperature Control
Systems

C 2

(O) One may be inoperative provided associated Air


Conditioning Pack is considered inoperative.

1. Automatic Mode

C 2

(M) One automatic control may be inoperative provided:


a) Associated manual control is operative, and
b) Associated Duct Temperature Indication is operative.

C 2

(M) Both automatic controls may be inoperative


provided:
a) Both manual controls are operative, and
b) Both Duct Temperature Indications are operative.

C 2

(M) One manual control may be inoperative provided:


a) Associated automatic control is operative, and
b) Associated Duct Temperature Indication is operative.

C 2

(M) Both manual controls may be inoperative provided:


a) Both automatic controls are operative, and
b) Both Duct Temperature Indications are operative.

2. Manual Mode

PLACARD
A. For an inoperative cabin/cockpit temperature control system, do as follows:
(1) Put a CABIN (or COCKPIT) TEMPERATURE CONTROL SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard on the AIRCONDITIONING control panel.
(2) Put a L (R) AIR CONDITIONING PACK INOPERATIVE placard on the AIR-CONDITIONING control
panel.
B. For an inoperative cabin/cockpit temperature control system (automatic mode), do as follows:
(1) Put a CABIN (and/or COCKPIT) AUTOMATIC TEMPERATURE CONTROL SYSTEM INOPERATIVE
placard on the AIR-CONDITIONING control panel.
C. For an inoperative cabin/cockpit temperature control system (manual mode), do as follows:
(1) Put a CABIN (and/or COCKPIT) MANUAL TEMPERATURE CONTROL SYSTEM INOPERATIVE
placard on the AIR-CONDITIONING control panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
A. For an inoperative cockpit temperature control system (automatic mode), deactivate it as
follows:
(1) Energize the aircraft electrical power systems.
(2) Open and collar the circuit breaker that follows:
CB PANEL
CBP-1

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J2

NAME
CKPT TEMP CONT

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(3) On the AIR-CONDITIONING control panel, push the CKPT MAN switch/light to the ON position and
make sure the MAN part of the switch/light comes on.
(4) On the secondary EICAS display, make sure the CKPT TEMP MAN status message is displayed.
(5) Remove electrical power from the aircraft.
B. For an inoperative cabin temperature control system (automatic mode), deactivate it as follows:
(1) Energize the aircraft electrical power systems.
(2) Open and collar the circuit breaker that follows:
CB PANEL
CBP-2

CB NO.
J2

NAME
CABIN TEMP CONT

ZONE
222

(3) On the AIR-CONDITIONING control panel, push the CABIN MAN switch/light to the ON position and
make sure the MAN part of the switch/light comes on.
(4) On the secondary EICAS display, make sure the CABIN TEMP MAN status message is displayed.
(5) On the secondary EICAS display, make sure the CABIN TEMP MAN status message is displayed.
(6) Remove electrical power from the aircraft.
C. For an inoperative cockpit temperature control system (manual mode), deactivate it as follows:
(1) Energize the aircraft electrical power systems.
(2) Open and collar the circuit breaker that follows:
CB PANEL
CBP-1

CB NO.
J3

NAME
CKPT TEMP MAN CONT

ZONE
221

(3) Remove electrical power from the aircraft.


D. For an inoperative cabin temperature control system (manual mode), deactivate it as follows:
(1) Energize the aircraft electrical power systems.
(2) Open and collar the circuit breaker that follows:
CB PANEL
CBP-2

CB NO.
J3

NAME
CABIN TEMP CONT MAN

ZONE
222

(3) Remove electrical power from the aircraft.


OPERATIONS (O)
A. For an inoperative cabin/cockpit temperature control system, do as follows:
(1) On the AIR-CONDITIONING control panel, select the inoperative PACK to OFF.
NOTE: Refer to item 21-51-01, Air Conditioning Packs, for a one PACK inoperative condition.
(2) With one PACK inoperative, during climb, do as follows before the source of bleed supply is changed
from APU to engine:
(a) On the EICAS control panel (ECP), push the ECS pushbutton to view the ECS synoptic page on the
EICAS secondary page.
(b) At a safe altitude, but below 15 000 feet, and when flight conditions permit, do as follows:
1 Retard thrust levers to get 60 PSI at the bleed air manifold.
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(c) On the BLEED AIR control panel, select the operational PACK (LH or RH) 10TH STAGE switch to
open.
NOTE: Performance chart of engine thrust settings for normal take-off and go-around (two engine
landing climb) with 10TH stage bleeds open and A/C PACKs on, should be used.
(d) On the BLEED AIR control panel, select the APU LCV and the ISOL switches to close.
L(R) PACK HI PRESS caution message
(e) If the remaining PACK causes the presentation of a L(R) PACK HI PRESS caution message on the
EICAS primary page, do as follows:
1 Do the AFM ABNORMAL PROCEDURES Air-Conditioning, Bleed and Pressurization, L or R
PACK HI PRESS procedure (CSP A-012).
2 If the L(R) PACK HI PRESS caution message continues to persist on the EICAS primary page, do
as follows:
a) Do the AFM ABNORMAL PROCEDURES Air-Conditioning, Bleed and Pressurization,
Unpressurized Flight Procedure (Packs OFF) (CSP A-012).
L(R) PACK HI TEMP caution message
(f) If the remaining PACK causes the presentation of a L(R) PACK HI TEMP caution message on the
EICAS primary page, do as follows:
1. Do the AFM ABNORMAL PROCEDURES Air-Conditioning, Bleed and Pressurization, L or R
PACK HI TEMP procedure (CSP A-012).
2. If the L(R) PACK HI TEMP caution message continues to persist on the EICAS primary page, do
as follows:
a) Do the AFM ABNORMAL PROCEDURES Air-Conditioning, Bleed and Pressurization,
Unpressurized Flight Procedure (Packs OFF) (CSP A-012).

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21-61-02 EICAS "CABIN TEMP"


Indication

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 1

1. Upper Cabin Temperature


Sensor
(A/c with SB 601R-21-039)

D 1

May be inoperative provided indication is switched to


Lower Cabin Temperature Sensor.

2. Lower Cabin Temperature


Sensor
(A/c with SB 601R-21-039)

D 1

May be inoperative provided indication is switched to


Upper Cabin Temperature Sensor.

PLACARD
Put an EICAS "CABIN TEMP" INDICATION INOPERATIVE placard below the secondary EICAS display.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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21-61-03 Duct Temperature


Indications
(COCKPIT and CABIN)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 2

Both may be inoperative provided associated Cockpit


and/or Cabin Automatic Temperature Control Mode is
operative.

PLACARD
Put a DUCT TEMPERATURE INDICATION(S) INOPERATIVE placard below the secondary EICAS
display.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
A. Not required.

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21-61-04 Air Conditioning Panel


CKPT/CABIN Temperature
Control "MAN" Switch Lights
(light function only)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

PLACARD
Put a "MAN" LIGHT INOPERATIVE placard on the CKPT and/or CABIN TEMPERATURE CONTROL MAN
Switch Light(s) (as applicable), located on the AIR-CONDITIONING control panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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NUMBER INSTALLED
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ITEM

22-10-01 Autopilot System

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

Except where enroute operations or approach


procedures require its use, may be inoperative provided
Altitude Alerting system is operative.
NOTE 1: Autopilot is required for RVSM Operations.
NOTE 2: Relief for inoperative individual flight guidance
operational modes is provided by MEL Item 2210-02 Flight Directors.

PLACARD
Put an AUTOPILOT SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard on the FLIGHT CONTROL panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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ITEM

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

22-10-02 Flight Directors

(O) Except where enroute operations or approach


procedures require its use, may be inoperative
provided Autopilot is considered inoperative.
NOTE 1: Windshear escape guidance function will be
available from the remaining Flight Director.
NOTE 2: The TOGA switches will not be affected by the
inoperative Flight Director.
(O) Except where enroute operations or approach
procedures require its use, may be inoperative
provided:
a) Autopilot is considered inoperative, and
b) TOGA switches are considered inoperative.
NOTE: Windshear escape guidance will be inoperative.
However, all remaining windshear functions will
be available.

1. Flight Director Modes

Any

Except where enroute operations or approach


procedures require its use, individual flight director
modes may be inoperative provided Altitude Alerting
System is operative.
NOTE 1: Flight director altitude hold mode is required
for RVSM Operations.
NOTE 2: Any flight director mode which operates
normally may be used.

PLACARD
Put a FLIGHT DIRECTOR SYSTEM(S) INOPERATIVE placard on the FLIGHT CONTROL panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
The windshear "eyebrows" (pitch limit indication from the GPWS) will appear on both PFDs to indicate the
required pitch attitude for the command bars to achieve a safe alpha margin escape. Excessive pitch rates
may activate the stall protection system.

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22-11-01 Autopilot Disconnect


Switches (Control Wheel)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

(O) One may be inoperative provided the autopilot is not


utilized at less than initial approach altitude.

(O) May be inoperative provided Autopilot System is


considered inoperative.

PLACARD
Put a PILOT (and/or CO-PILOT) CONTROL WHEEL AUTOPILOT DISCONNECT SWITCH(ES)
(AUTOPILOT DISCONNECT FUNCTION ONLY) INOPERATIVE placard (as applicable) on the FLIGHT
CONTROL panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
For operations with one control wheel AP/SP DISC switch that has the autopilot disconnect
function only inoperative.
Before first flight after failure occurrence
(1) Initiate the STALL test (refer to the AFM 04-17-01, Stall Protection System - First Flight of the Day).
(2) Make sure that the stick pusher can be disconnected from the associated control wheel AP/SP DISC
switch.
During flight
(3) With the autopilot engaged, pilot controlling the aircraft has an operative AP/SP DISCswitch.
B. For operations with both control wheel AP/SP DISC switches that have the autopilot disconnect
function only inoperative.
Before first flight after failure occurrence
(1) Initiate the STALL test (refer to the AFM 04-17-1, Stall Protection System - First Flight of the Day).

(2) Make sure that the stick pusher can be disconnected from both control wheel AP/SP DISC
switches.

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ITEM

22-11-02 Flight Director Sync


Switches

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

PLACARD
Put a FLIGHT DIRECTOR SYNC SWITCH(ES) INOPERATIVE placard on the FLIGHT CONTROL panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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ITEM

22-11-03 Take-Off/Go-Around
(TOGA) Switches
(on Thrust Levers)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

(O) Both may be inoperative provided Alternate


procedures are established and used.
NOTE 1:All normal flight director modes are available.
NOTE 2:Windshear escape guidance is not affected by
the loss of the TOGA function and remains
operative during the approach and take off
phases of flight.

PLACARD
Put a TAKE-OFF/GO-AROUND SWITCH(ES) INOPERATIVE placard forward of the THROTTLE
QUADRANT.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Alternate procedures should be used.

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ITEM

22-12-01 V Speed AutoSynchronization System

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

May be inoperative provided V-Speed settings are made


manually by each pilot.

PLACARD
Put a V SPEED AUTO-SYNCHRONIZATION SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard on the FLIGHT CONTROL
panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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ITEM

22-12-02 Integrated Avionics


Processor System (IAPS)
Input/Output Concentrator
(IOC)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

(M) One IAPS IOC may be inoperative provided


remaining IOCs are verified operative before the
first flight of the day.
NOTE 1: "IAPS DEGRADED" status message will be
displayed on EICAS.
NOTE 2: Although take-off configuration warning system
remainsoperative, "T/O CONFIG OK"
advisory message is inhibited.

PLACARD
Put an INTEGRATED AVIONICS PROCESSOR SYSTEM (IAPS) QUADRANT INOPERATIVE placard
below the secondary EICAS display.
MAINTENANCE (M)
For an inoperative IAPS IOC, do as follows:
(1) On the pilots and copilots display reversionary panels, make sure that the rotary selectors are set to
the NORM position.
(2) On the CBP-1, select the MAINT switch to the MFD 1 or 2 position to show the MAINTENANCE MENU
on the selected multifunction display (MFD).
(3) On the applicable display control panel (DCP), use the BRG 1 or 2 switches to move the cursor (on the
MAINTENANCE MENU) to the status line.
NOTE: The BRG pointer 1 (single line arrow) moves the cursor up. The BRG pointer 2 (double line
arrow) moves the cursor down.
(4) On the applicable DCP, push the RDR pushbutton to get the LRU STATUS page on the selected MFD.
NOTE: On the DCP use the BRG 1 or 2 switches to scroll the pages up or down.
(5) On the LRU STATUS page, make sure that only one of the messages that follows is shown:
- IAPS IOC 1A
- IAPS IOC 1B
- IAPS IOC 2A
- IAPS IOC 2B
(6) On the applicable DCP, push the TFC pushbutton to go back to the MAINTENANCE MENU on the
MFD.
(7) On the CBP-1, select the the MAINT switch to OFF.
(8) On the previously selected MFD, make sure that the HSI mode display is shown.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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ITEM

22-21-01 Mach Trim System

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

Except where enroute operations require its use, may


be inoperative provided operations are conducted at or
below 250 KIAS/ .7 M when autopilot is disengaged.

PLACARD
Put a MACH TRIM SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard on the STABILIZER/MACH TRIM panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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23-11-01 VHF Communication


Systems

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

D 2

Any in excess of those required by Regulations may be


inoperative provided it is not powered by the Battery Bus
and not required for emergency procedures.

PLACARD
Put a VHF SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard on the affected AUDIO control panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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23-12-01 HF Communication
Systems

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

D 1

Any in excess of those required by Regulations may be


inoperative.

PLACARD
Put a HF SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard on the affected AUDIO control panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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23-21-01 Selective Call System


(SELCAL)

1. Channels

C 1

(O) May be inoperative provided alternate procedures


are established and used.

D 1

May be inoperative provided procedures do not require


its use.

C 4

(O) May be inoperative provided alternate procedures


are established and used.

D 4

May be inoperative provided procedures do not require


its use.

PLACARD
Put a SELCAL SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard on the pilots AUDIO control panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Alternate procedures should be used.

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23-22-01 Aircraft Communications


Addressing and Reporting
System (ACARS)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 1

(O) May be inoperative provided alternate procedures


are established and used.

D 1

May be inoperative provided routine procedures do not


require its use.

PLACARD
Put a ARINC COMMUNICATIONS ADDRESSING and REPORTING SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard on
the ACARS UNIT.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Alternate procedures should be used.

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23-22-02 AFIS (Automatic Flight


Information System)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 1

(O) May be inoperative provided alternate procedures


are established and used.

PLACARD
Put a AFIS INOPERATIVE placard on the VHF 3 circuit breaker.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Alternate procedures should be used.

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23-22-03 Printer

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 1

(O) May be inoperative provided alternate procedures


are established and used.

D 1

May be inoperative provided routine procedures do not


require its use.

PLACARD
Put a PRINTER INOPERATIVE placard on the printer.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Alternate procedures how to use the ACARS without the printer are to be used.

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23-31-01 Passenger Address


System

(O) May be inoperative provided:


a) Aircraft crew are the only occupants of the aircraft,
b) Alternate procedures are established and used, and
c) Repairs are made within one flight day.
NOTE: For the purpose of this item "aircraft crew" is
considered to be flight attendants, aircraft
maintenance engineers and supervisory crew
members.

(O) May be inoperative provided:


a) Flight Attendant Call Switch Lights and Flight
Attendant Audio Alerting System of Crewmember
Interphone System are operative, and
b) Alternate, normal and emergency procedures are
established and used.
NOTE: Any station function(s) that operates normally
may be used.

1. Passenger Address"PA"
Switch Lights (Interphone
Control Unit and Flight
Attendant Station)(light
function only).

C 1

(O) May be inoperative provided:


a) Flight Attendant Call Switch Lights and Flight
Attendant Audio Alerting System of Crewmember
Interphone System are operative, and
b) Alternate, normal and emergency procedures are
established and used.
NOTE: Any station function(s) that operates normally
may be used.

2. Lavatory Speakers

C 1

(O) Alternate, normal and emergency procedures are


established and used.

PLACARD
Put a PASSENGER ADDRESS SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard on the INTERPHONE CONTROL UNIT
and on the flight attendant HANDSET(S).
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
For an inoperative passenger address system, do as follows:
(1) Alternative procedures for all necessary internal communications.
Normal procedures: Before take-off, cabin crew will make a direct voice communication with all
passengers. All preflight announcements will be completed prior to take-off. All
inflight announcements are made by direct voice communications with passengers.
Emergency procedures: Cockpit crew uses interphone system to notify flight attendant. If necessary, all
emergency ground and inflight announcements will be made by direct voice
communications with passengers.
(2) Check that flight compartment/cabin interphone system is fully operational.
(3) Check that megaphones are available and operative.
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23-31-02 Flight Attendant Handsets

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

(O) May be inoperative provided:


a) Operative handset is located at an operative Flight
Attendant Seat Assembly, and
b) Alternate communications procedures for affected
flight attendant station are established and used.
NOTE: Any hanset function(s) that operates normally
may be used.

PLACARD
Put a FLIGHT ATTENDANT HANDSET INOPERATIVE placard on the flight attendant HANDSET.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Alternate procedures should be used.

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23-32-01 Prerecorded
Announcement and
Boarding Music System

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

D 1

(O) May be inoperative provided alternate procedures


are established and used.

PLACARD
Put PRERECORDED ANNOUNCEMENT AND BOARDING MUSIC SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placards on
the tape player in the crew wardrobe.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Use passenger address system for announcements.

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23-40-01 Crewmember Interphone


System
1. Interphone Voice
Communication Function
A. Flight Deck to Cabin
(Audio Control Panel(s)
to Cabin)

(O) May be inoperative provided:


a) Either pilot or co-pilot flight deck to cabin
interphone voice communication function (two way)
operates normally, and
b) Alternate procedures for communication with cabin
are established and used.
NOTE: Any station function(s) that operates normally
may be used.

B. Cabin to Flight Deck


(Flight Attendant
Station(s) to Flight Deck)

(O) May be inoperative provided:


a) Cabin to Flight Deck interphone voice
communication function (two way) operates
normally at least at one flight attendant station,
b) Unaffected flight attendant station(s) has an
operative Flight Attendant Seat Assembly,
c) Unaffected flight attendant station(s) has an
operative Flight Attendant Handset, and
d) Alternate communication procedures for the
affected flight attendant station(s) are established
and used.
NOTE: Any station function(s) that operates normally
may be used.

C. Cabin to Cabin (Flight


Attendant Station(s) to
Flight Attendant
Station(s))

(O) May be inoperative provided alternate


communication procedures for the affected flight
attendant station(s) are established and used.
NOTE: Any station function(s) that operates normally
may be used.

D. Flight Deck to Ground


(Audio Control Panel(s)
to Ground)

C 3

(O) May be inoperative provided alternate procedures


are established and used.

D 3

May be inoperative provided procedures do not require


its use.
NOTE: Any station function(s) that operates normally
may be used.

C 4

(O) May be inoperative provided alternate procedures


are established and used.

E. Ground to Flight Deck


(Maintenance Interphone
Station(s) to Flight Deck)

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D 4

May be inoperative provided procedures do not require


its use.
NOTE: Any station function(s) that operates normally
may be used.

A. Flight Deck Call Switch


Lights ("CALL" and
"EMER")

May be inoperative provided the flight compartment


audio alerting system (chime) is operative.
NOTE 1: Flight deck audio alerting system (chime)
must always be operative.
NOTE 2: Any Flight Deck Call Switch Light
function(s) that operates normally may be
used.

B. Flight Attendant Call


Switch Lights
("ATT", "FLT" and "EMG")
(light function only)

(O) May be inoperative provided Passenger Address


System is operative.
NOTE: Any Flight Attendant Call Switch Light
function(s) that operates normally may be
used.

C. Mid Cabin Flight


Attendant Call Lights
(Cockpit, Lavatory,
Cabin)

(O) May be inoperative provided passenger Address


System is operative.
NOTE: Any Flight Attendant Call Switch Light function(s)
that operates normally may be used.

D. Flight Attendant Audio


Alerting System (Chime)

May be inoperative provided Passenger Address


System is operative.

E. Mechanic Call Switch


Lights
(CKPT "CALL"and
MECH "CALL")

C 2

(O) May be inoperative provided alternate procedures


are established and used.

D 2

May be inoperative provided procedures do not require


its use.
NOTE: Any Mechanic Call Switch Light function(s) that
operates normally may be used.

2. Interphone Alerting Function

PLACARD
For an inoperative crewmember interphone system, do as follows:
(1) Put the appropriate interphone voice communication INOPERATIVE placard on the flight compartment
INTERPHONE panel and on the flight attendant HANDSET(s).
(2) Put the appropriate interphone alerting function INOPERATIVE placard on the flight compartment
INTERPHONE panel and on the flight attendant HANDSET(s).

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MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Alternate procedures should be used.
Alternate procedures for "Flight Deck to Cabin" Interphone Voice Communication Function Communications with the cabin are conducted from the not affected Audio Control Panel.

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23-51-01 Hand Held Microphones

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 2

One may be inoperative provided associated Boom


Microphone is operative and is used.

C 2

Both may be inoperative provided:


a) Boom Microphones are operative, and
b) Spare boom microphone is available in flight
compartment.

PLACARD
Put a PILOTS and/or CO-PILOTS HAND HELD MICROPHONE(S) INOPERATIVE (as applicable) placard
on the affected microphone.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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23-51-02 RT/IC Switches


1. Pilots/Copilots RT/IC
Switches

C 4

Two may be inoperative provided:


a) Switch is not failed in transmit mode,
b) One RT/IC switch operates normally for each crewmember, and
c) Hand Held Microphone on affected side is operative.

2. Observers RT/IC
Switches

May be inoperative provided:


a) Switch is not failed in transmit mode, and
b) Observers Seat is considered inoperative.

PLACARD
Put a RT/IC SWITCH(ES) INOPERATIVE placard on the associated AUDIO control panel or control column
(as applicable).
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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23-51-03 Flight Compartment


Speakers

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 2

Both may be inoperative provided all flightcrew


members on flight deck duty utilize headsets.

PLACARD
Put a FLIGHT COMPARTMENT SPEAKER(S) INOPERATIVE placard on the AUDIO control panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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23-51-04 Boom Microphones

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 2

As required by Regulations.

PLACARD
Put a PILOTS, CO-PILOTS, or OBSERVERS BOOM MICROPHONES INOPERATIVE (as applicable)
placard on the affected AUDIO control panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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23-51-05 Headsets (with both S.B.s


601R-23-004 and 601R-34-013)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 2

As required by Regulations.

PLACARD
Put HEADSETS INOPERATIVE placards on the affected headset.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required

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23-51-06 Observers Audio Control


Panel

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

May be inoperative provided observers Seat is


considered inoperative.

PLACARD
Put an OBSERVERS AUDIO CONTROL PANEL INOPERATIVE placard on the observers audio control
panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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REPAIR INTERVAL

NUMBER INSTALLED
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ITEM

23-71-01 Cockpit Voice Recorder


(CVR)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

May be inoperative provided:


a) Flight Data Recorder is operative,
b) Aircraft is not operated for more than eight
consecutive flights, and
c) Repairs are made within three calendar days.

PLACARD
Put a COCKPIT VOICE RECORDER INOPERATIVE placard on the COCKPIT VOICE RECORDER panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

23-81-01 #2 Radio Tuning Unit


(RTU)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 1

May be inoperative provided:


a) COM/NAV tuning is operative,
b) Cross-side tuning from RTU #1 is operative,
c) For single HF installation, operations do not require
the use of HF, and
d) RTU #2 is de-selected using its RTU INHIBIT switch
to ensure cross-side tuning by RTU #1.

C 1

(O) May be inoperative provided:


a) Backup tuning control on at least one FMS is
operative,
b) Cross-side tuning from RTU #1 is operative,
c) For single HF installation, operations do not require
the use of HF, and
d) RTU #2 is de-selected using its RTU INHIBIT
switch to ensure cross-side tuning by RTU #1.

PLACARD
Put a #2 RADIO TUNING UNIT INOPERATIVE placard on the #2 RADIO TUNING UNIT.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
First flight of the day
For an RTU #2 inoperative, make sure that the radio tuning function of the FMS is operative as follows:
(1) Make sure that the FMS TUNE INHIBIT switch is off.
(2) Set both RTU#1 and RTU#2 INHIBIT switches on.
(3) Make sure that the radios can be tuned from at least one FMS CDU.
(4) Set RTU#1 and RTU#2 INHIBIT switches off.

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Communications
NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

23-82-01 COM/NAV Standby


Tuning Unit (CTL-23)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 1

May be inoperative provided RTU #2 is operative.

C 1

(O) May be inoperative provided:


a) Backup tuning control on at least one FMS is
operative, and
b) FMS TUNE INHIBIT Switch is operative.

PLACARD
Put a COM/NAV STANDBY TUNING UNIT (CTL-23) INOPERATIVE placard on the STANDBY TUNING
UNIT control panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
First flight of the day
For a COM/NAV Tuning Unit (CTL-23) inoperative, make sure that the radio tuning function of the FMS is
operative as follows:
(1) Make sure that the FMS TUNE INHIBIT switch is off.
(2) Set both RTU#1 and RTU#2 INHIBIT switches on.
(3) Make sure that the radios can be tuned from at least one FMS CDU.
(4) Set RTU#1 and RTU#2 INHIBIT switches off.

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NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

23-82-02 FMS TUNE INHIBIT


Switch

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 1

May be inoperative in ON (INHIBIT) position provided


both RTUs are operative.
NOTE: Tuning function of the FMS will be inhibited.
FMS navigation performance may be degraded
if GPS is not available.

C 1

May be inoperative in ON (INHIBIT) position provided


COM/NAV Standby Tuning unit is operative.
NOTE: Tuning function of the FMS will be inhibited.
FMS navigation performance may be degraded
if GPS is not available.

PLACARD
Put an FMS TUNE INHIBIT SWITCH INOPERATIVE placard on the STANDBY TUNING UNIT panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

23-100 AirWorks Cockpit Door


Surveillance System
CDSS

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

1 0

MAY BE INOPERATIVE
(O) VERIFY NO VIDEO IMEGE ON MONITOR
(M)DEACTIVATE CDSS IN ACCORDANCE WITH
AIRWORKS AMM SUPPLEMENT, AMM230015, REV A
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NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

24-11-01 Integrated Drive


Generators (IDG)
1. Constant Speed Drives

2. Generators

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(M)(O) One may be inoperative provided:


a) Respective GEN 1/2 switch is selected to
OFF/RESET,
b) Respective IDG is disconnected,
c) APU generator is operated continuously throughout
flight,
d) AFM performance corrections for APU ON are
applied,
e) APU Battery is operative,
f) APU Battery Charger is operative,
g) Cross-side Hydraulic Motor Pump (ACMP) is
selected ON,
h) Same side Hydraulic AC Motor Pump (ACMP) is
operative,
i) Operations are conducted in accordance with AFM
Supplement (Operations with Airplane Systems
Inoperative), and
j) Repairs are made after one flight.
NOTE: Relay contactors have to be identified to
have no defective manufacturing date codes
as per maintenance procedure.

(M)(O) One may be inoperative provided:


a) Respective GEN 1/2 switch is selected to
OFF/RESET,
b) Respective IDG is disconnected,
c) APU generator is operated continuously throughout
flight,
d) AFM performance corrections for APU ON are
applied,
e) APU Battery is operative,
f) APU Battery Charger is operative,
g) Cross-side Hydraulic AC Motor Pump (ACMP) is
considered inoperative,
h) Operations are conducted in accordance with AFM
Supplement (Operations with Airplane Systems
Inoperative), and
i) Repairs are made within 30 flight hours
(cumulative).
NOTE: Relay contactors have to be identified to have
no defective manufacturing date codes as per
maintenance procedure.

(M)(O) One may be inoperative provided:


a) Respective GEN 1/2 switch is selected to

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ITEM

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

OFF/RESET,
b) APU generator is operated continuously throughout
flight,
c) AFM performance corrections for APU ON are
applied,
d) APU Battery is operative,
e) APU Battery Charger is operative,
f) Cross-side Hydraulic AC Motor Pump (ACMP) is
selected ON,
g) Same side Hydraulic AC Motor Pump (ACMP) is
operative,
h) Operations are conducted in accordance with AFM
Supplement (Operations with Airplane Systems
Inoperative), and
i) Repairs are made after one flight.
NOTE: Relay contactors have to be identified to have
no defective manufacturing date codes as per
maintenance procedure.
B

(M) One may be inoperative provided:


a) Respective GEN 1/2 switch is selected to
OFF/RESET,
b) APU generator is operated continuously throughout
flight,
c) AFM performance corrections for APU ON are
applied,
d) APU Battery is operative,
e) APU Battery Charger is operative,
f) Cross-side Hydraulic AC Motor Pump (ACMP) is
considered inoperative, and
g) Operations are conducted in accordance with AFM
Supplement (Operations with Airplane Systems
Inoperative).
NOTE: Relay contactors have to be identified to
have no defective manufacturing date codes
as per maintenance procedure.

PLACARD
Put an INTEGRATED DRIVE GENERATOR (IDG) INOPERATIVE placard on the ELECTRICAL POWER
SERVICES panel
MAINTENANCE (M)
A. For an inoperative constant speed drive or generator, do as follows:
NOTE: This procedure must be done first to determine the aircraft configuration. The aircraft
configuration is either:
**ON AIRCRAFT WITH K1XC AND K2XD RELAY CONTACTORS P/N H-A4A-039 THAT DO
NOT HAVE MANUFACTURE DATE CODES 0011 THROUGH 0050 INCLUSIVE, (dispatch
is permitted)
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NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

or
**ON AIRCRAFT WITH A K1XC OR K2XD RELAY CONTACTOR P/N H-A4A-039 THAT HAS
A MANUFACTURE DATE CODE 0011 THROUGH 0050 INCLUSIVE, (no dispatch is
permitted).
(1) Determine the aircraft configuration as follows:
(a) Get access to the K1XC relay in the main avionics compartment as follows:
1 Remove all of the electrical power from the aircraft (refer to the AMM TASK 24-00-00-861-802).
2 Open the access door that follows:

ACCESS
811

DESIGNATION
Main Avionics Compartment Door

(b) Get access to the K2XD relay in the junction box JB-6 as follows:
1 Do the removal of the circuit breaker panel CBP-3 (refer to the AMM TASK 24-02-30-000-801).
2 Remove the protective cover from the junction box JB-6
(refer to the AMM TASK 24-51-31-000-801).
(c) Identify the manufacture date code of the K1XC and the K2XD relays asfollows:
1 In the main avionics compartment, find the K1XC Leach series relay P/N H-A4A-039 on the left
relay mounting tray (between FS280.00 and FS295.00).
2 On the relay cover identify the manufacture date code.
NOTE: The manufacture date code is found above the torquing limits and starts with the letters
MFR.
3 In the junction box JB-6, locate the K2XD Leach series relay P/N H-A4A-039.
4 On the relay cover identify the manufacture date code.
NOTE: The manufacture date code is found above the torquing limits and starts with the letters
MFR.
5 Make a log book entry of the manufacture date code for the K1XC and the K2XD relays.
NOTE: This will create a dated configuration status of the relays for future reference.
(d) Do the close-out for this procedure as follows:
1 Install the protective cover on the junction box JB-6 (refer to the AMM TASK 24-51-31-400-801).
2 Do the installation of the circuit breaker panel CBP-3 (refer to the AMM TASK 24-02-30-400801).
3 Close the access door that follows:
ACCESS
811

DESIGNATION
Main Avionics Compartment Door

**ON AIRCRAFT WITH A K1XC OR K2XD RELAY CONTACTOR P/N H-A4A-039 THAT HAS A
MANUFACTURE DATE CODE 0011 THROUGH 0050 INCLUSIVE
B. For an inoperative constant speed drive or generator, do as follows:
(1) No dispatch is permitted.
NOTE: If the K1XC and the K2XD relays are replaced (refer to the AMM TASK 24-23-31-000-801, AMM
TASK 24-23-31-400-801, AMM TASK 24-51-31-000-801 and AMM TASK 24-51-31-400-801) with
relays that have manufacture date codes that are not 0011 through 0050 inclusive, dispatch with the
restrictions of 24-11-01 is permitted.

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NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

**ON ALL AIRCRAFT


C. When the aircraft is dispatched with an inoperative constant speed drive or generator, do as
follows:
(1) Make sure that the APU oil level is serviceable (refer to the AMM TASK 12-13-49-612-801).
OPERATIONS (O)
A. For an inoperative constant speed drive, do as follows:
(1) Before the associated engine start, momentary press in the receptive IDG 1/2 DISC switch.
(2) During associated engine start, make sure that once above the 9% N2 the "IDG DISC" EICAS status
message and the respective DISC light come on.
NOTE: 1. If the EICAS status message and the respective DISC do not come on during the engine start,
the affected IDG disconnect mechanism has failed, the engine start has to be aborted, and the aircraft must
not be dispatched.
NOTE: 2. The cross-side ACMP will be disabled in flight and the HYD PUMP 1B (2B) caution message will
show on the EICAS primary page. No action required.
B. For an inoperative generator, do as follows:
(1) Not required.
NOTE: The cross-side ACMP will be disabled in flight and the HYD PUMP 1B (2B) caution message will
show on the EICAS primary page. No action required.

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NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

24-11-02 IDG 1/2 "FAULT/DISC"


Switch Lights
(light function only)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 2

PLACARD
Put a "FAULT" and/or "DISC" LIGHT INOPERATIVE placard on the IDG 1 DISC and/or IDG 2 DISC Switch
Light(s) (as applicable), located on the ELECTRICAL POWER SERVICES control panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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Electrical Power
NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

24-22-01 APU Generator System

C 1

(M) May be inoperative provided:


a) IDG1 and IDG2 are operative, and
b) APU GEN switch is selected to OFF/RESET.
NOTE: Relay contactors have to be identified to
have no defective manufacturing date
codes as per maintenance procedure.

PLACARD
Put an APU GENERATOR SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard on the APU control panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
A. For an inoperative APU generator system, do as follows:
NOTE: This procedure must be done first to determine the aircraft configuration. The aircraft
configuration is either:
**ON AIRCRAFT WITH K1XC AND K2XD RELAY CONTACTORS P/N H-A4A-039 THAT DO
NOT HAVE MANUFACTURE DATE CODES 0011 THROUGH 0050 INCLUSIVE, (dispatch
is permitted)
or
**ON AIRCRAFT WITH A K1XC OR K2XD RELAY CONTACTOR P/N H-A4A-039 THAT HAS
A MANUFACTURE DATE CODE 0011 THROUGH 0050 INCLUSIVE, (no dispatch is
permitted).
(1) Determine the aircraft configuration as follows:
(a) Get access to the K1XC relay in the main avionics compartment as follows:
1 Remove all of the electrical power from the aircraft (refer to the AMM TASK 24-00-00-861-802).
2 Open the access door that follows:
ACCESS
811

DESIGNATION
Main Avionics Compartment Door

(b) Get access to the K2XD relay in the junction box JB-6 as follows:
1 Do the removal of the circuit breaker panel CBP-3 (refer to the AMM TASK 24-02-30-000-801).
2 Remove the protective cover from the junction box JB-6
(refer to the AMM TASK 24-51-31-000-801).
(c) Identify the manufacture date code of the K1XC and the K2XD relays as follows:
1 In the main avionics compartment, find the K1XC Leach series relay P/N H-A4A-039 on the left
relay mounting tray (between FS280.00 and FS295.00).
2 On the relay cover identify the manufacture date code.
NOTE: The manufacture date code is found above the torquing limits and starts with the letters
MFR.
3 In the junction box JB-6, locate the K2XD Leach series relay P/N H-A4A-039.
4 On the relay cover identify the manufacture date code.
NOTE: The manufacture date code is found above the torquing limits and starts with the letters
MFR.
5 Make a log book entry of the manufacture date code for the K1XC and the K2XD relays.
NOTE: This will create a dated configuration status of the relays for future reference.

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Electrical Power
NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

(d) Do the close-out for this procedure as follows:


1 Install the protective cover on the junction box JB-6 (refer to the AMM TASK 24-51-31-400-801).
2 Do the installation of the circuit breaker panel CBP-3 (refer to the AMM TASK 24-02-30-400-801).
3 Close the access door that follows:
ACCESS
811

DESIGNATION
Main Avionics Compartment Door

**ON AIRCRAFT WITH K1XC AND K2XD RELAY CONTACTORS P/N H-A4A-039 THAT DO NOT
HAVE MANUFACTURE DATE CODES 0011 THROUGH 0050 INCLUSIVE
B. For an inoperative APU generator system, do as follows:
(1) Dispatch with the restrictions of 24-22-01 is permitted.
**ON AIRCRAFT WITH A K1XC OR K2XD RELAY CONTACTOR P/N H-A4A-039 THAT HAS A
MANUFACTURE DATE CODE 0011 THROUGH 0050 INCLUSIVE
C. For an inoperative APU generator system, do as follows:
(1) No dispatch is permitted.
NOTE: If the K1XC and the K2XD relays are replaced (refer to the AMM TASK 24-23-31-000-801,
AMM TASK 24-23-31-400-801, AMM TASK 24-51-31-000-801 and AMM TASK 24-51-31-400801) with relays that have manufacture date codes that are not 0011 through 0050 inclusive,
dispatch with the restrictions of 24-22-01 is permitted.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

24-23-01 Air Driven Generator


(ADG) Auto-deploy System

C 1

(M) May be inoperative provided system is deactivated.

1. ADG Deployment Squib


(without Mod Sum
TC601R14177 (wet ADG))

C 1

(M) May be inoperative provided Deployment Squib is


deactivated.

PLACARD
Put an AIR DRIVEN GENERATOR (ADG) AUTO DEPLOY SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard on the ADG
AUTO DEPLOY control panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
A. For an inoperative ADG Auto-deploy System, do as follows:
(1) Open and collar the circuit breaker that follows:
CB PANEL
CBP-2

CB NO.
N6

NAME
ADG DEPLOY CONT AUTO

ZONE
222

**ON AIRCRAFT MSN 7003-7304 (WITHOUT MOD SUM TC601R14177)


B. For an inoperative ADG deployment squib, do as follows:
(1) Do the deactivation of the ADG deployment squib (refer to the AMM TASK 24-23-22-040-801).
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required

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NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

24-24-01 AUTO XFER "FAIL/OFF"


Switch Lights
(light function only)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 2

PLACARD
Put a "FAIL" and/or "OFF" LIGHT INOPERATIVE placard on the #1 and/or #2 AUTO XFER Switch Light(s)
(as applicable), located on the ELECTRICAL POWER SERVICES control panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

24-31-01 Transformer Rectifier


Units (TRUs)

(M)(O) One may be inoperative provided ESS TRU 1


and TRU1 are operative.

PLACARD
Put a TRANSFORMER RECTIFIER UNIT INOPERATIVE placard on the ELECTRICAL POWER
SERVICES control panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
A. For an inoperative TRU, deactivate the applicable TRU as follows:
(1) Energize the aircraft electrical power systems.
(2) Open and collar the circuit breaker for the inoperative TRU as follows:
CB PANEL
CBP-2

CB NO.
B2

NAME
TRU 2

ZONE
222

NAME
ESS TRU 2

ZONE
222

NAME
SERVICE TRU

ZONE
222

OR
CB PANEL
CBP-2

CB NO.
A8
OR

CB PANEL
CBP-2

CB NO.
R5

(3) On the EICAS control panel, press the ELEC discrete button two times to show the DC ELECTRICAL
synoptic page on the EICAS secondary display.
(4) On the DC ELECTRICAL synoptic page, make sure that the TRU 1 and ESS TRU 1 symbols indicate
closed and are green.
(5) On the DC ELECTRICAL synoptic page, make sure that the deactivated TRU symbol indicates open
and is not green.
(6) Remove electrical power from the aircraft.
OPERATIONS (O)
A. For a TRU 2 failure do as follows:
(1) Power the DC Bus 2 (BUS 2) as follows:
(a) On the electrical power services control panel, press the DC POWER, TIE 2 switch/light. Make sure
that the CLOSED light comes on.
NOTE: The DC Utility Bus 2 (UTIL BUS 2) is shed when the DC POWER, TIE 2 switch/light is
operated (TIE 2 closed).
(b) On the EICAS control panel, press the ELEC discrete button two times to show the DC ELECTRICAL
synoptic page on the EICAS secondary display.
(c) On the DC ELECTRICAL synoptic page, make sure the TIE 2 symbol indicates closed and that the
BUS 2 symbol is green.

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REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

B. For a SERV TRU failure do as follows:


(1) Power the DC Service Bus (SERV BUS) as follows:
(a) On the electrical power services control panel, press the DC POWER, ESS TIE switch/light. Make
sure that the CLOSED light comes on.
(b) On the EICAS control panel, press the ELEC discrete button two times to show the DC ELECTRICAL
synoptic page on the EICAS secondary display.
(c) On the DC ELECTRICAL synoptic page, make sure the ESS TIE symbol indicates closed and that
the SERV BUS symbol is green.
C. For a ESS TRU 2 failure do as follows:
(1) Power the essential bus (ESS BUS) as follows:
(a) On the electrical power services control panel, press the DC POWER, ESS TIE switch/light. Make
sure that the CLOSED light comes on.
(b) On the EICAS control panel, press the ELEC discrete button two times to show the DC ELECTRICAL
synoptic page on the EICAS secondary display.
(c) On the DC ELECTRICAL synoptic page, make sure the ESS TIE symbol indicates closed and that
the ESS BUS symbol is green.

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ITEM

24-31-02 TRU Cooling Fans

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 5

(M) One or two cooling fans may be inoperative


provided:
a) One ESS TRU Cooling Fan is operative, and
b) Forward equipment doors are OPENED for
stationary ground operations at temps. >30 C.

PLACARD
Put a TRU COOLING FANS INOPERATIVE placard on the ELECTRICAL POWER SERVICES control
panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
For an inoperative TRU cooling fan(s), do as follows:
(1) During ground operations when the ambient temperature is > 86 F (30 C), open the two forward
equipment doors (211AL and 212AL).
(2) Before flight, close the two forward equipment doors (211AL and 212AL).
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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ITEM

24-32-01 Main Battery


(AHRS equipped aircraft or
aircraft with ModSum
TC601R15209)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

(M)(O) May be inoperative provided:


a) APU air intake door is secured fully OPEN,
b) AFM performance corrections for APU ON are
applied,
c) APU is operated continuously during flight or
aircraft speed is limited to 300 KIAS if APU is
OFF,
d) APU Battery is operative,
e) APU Battery Charger is operative,
f) APR is selected OFF,
g) Operations are conducted in accordance with AFM
APR OFF performance data,
h) Service Lights are considered inoperative,
i) Maintenance Lights are considered inoperative,
j) A reliable and functioning time-piece is readily
available (a wristwatch is acceptable),
k) Flight Data Recorder is considered inoperative,
and
l) Repairs are made within one flight day.
NOTE 1: DG mode heading slew function will be
inoperative.
NOTE 2: Clocks will be inoperative.

(M)(O) May be inoperative provided:


a) APU air intake door is secured fully CLOSED,
b) APU is considered inoperative,
c) APU battery is operative,
d) APU battery charger is operative,
e) APR is selected OFF,
f) Operations are conducted in accordance with AFM
APR OFF performance data,
g) Service Lights are considered inoperative,
h) Maintenance Lights are considered inoperative,
i) A reliable and functioning time-piece is readily
available (a wristwatch is acceptable),
j) Flight Data Recorder is considered inoperative, and
k) Repairs are made within one flight day.
NOTE 1: DG mode heading slew function will be
inoperative.
NOTE 2: Clocks will be inoperative.

PLACARD
A. For operations with the APU air intake door open, do as follows:
(1) Put a MAIN BATTERY INOPERATIVE placard on the ELECTRICAL POWER SERVICES control panel.
(2) Put an APR SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard on the ENGINE CONTROL panel.
(3) Put a CLOCK INOPERATIVE placard on the pilots and co-pilots clock face.

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NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

B. For operations with the APU air intake door closed, do as follows:
(1) Put a MAIN BATTERY INOPERATIVE placard on the ELECTRICAL POWER SERVICES control panel
and an APU INOPERATIVE placard on the APU control panel.
(2) Put an APR SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard on the ENGINE CONTROL panel.
(3) Put a CLOCK INOPERATIVE placard on the pilots and co-pilots clock face.
MAINTENANCE (M)
A. For an inoperative main battery with the APU operative, do as follows:
(1) Do the procedure to deactivate the APU inlet door linear-actuator with the inlet door open
(refer to the AMM TASK 49-14-00-040-801).
(2) Do the procedure to deactivate the main battery (refer to the AMM TASK 24-32-00-040-803).
(3) On the engine control panel, put the APR switch to OFF.
B. For an inoperative main battery with the APU inoperative, do as follows:
(1) Do the procedure to deactivate the APU inlet door linear-actuator with the inlet door closed
(refer to the AMM TASK 49-14-00-040-802).
(2) Do the procedure to deactivate the main battery (refer to the AMM TASK 24-32-00-040-803).
(3) On the engine control panel, put the APR switch to OFF.
OPERATIONS (O)
A. For an inoperative main battery, do as follows:
(1) On the EICAS control panel press the ELEC discrete button two times.
(2) On the EICAS secondary display, make sure that the APU battery voltage is within limits.
(3) On the EICAS control panel press the STAT discrete button to return the EICAS secondary display to
the status page.
NOTE: AFM reference:
A. PERFORMANCE (chapter 06)
(1) TAKE-OFF PERFORMANCE (section 03), and
(2) OBSTACLE CLEARANCE (section 04).
B. SUPPLEMENTS (chapter 07)
(1) OPERATIONS ON WET AND CONTAMINATED RUNWAYS (supplement 3).
B. For operations with both clocks inoperative, do as follows:
(1) Pilot and co-pilot to synchronize their timepieces/wristwatches.
(2) If required, enter time into the MDC as follows:
(a) Push the INDEX key to show the INDEX page.
(b) Push the STATUS line select key to show the STATUS display page.
(c) Use the data keys to enter the desired time into the scratchpad.
(d) Push the UTC line select key to transfer the scratchpad time entry to the UTC data line.
(3) If required, enter time into the MDC as follows:
(a) Set the remote maintenance switch to the MFD 1 or MFD 2 position. The MAINTENANCE MENU
page is displayed on the selected MFD.
(b) On the DCP, use the BRG pushbuttons to move the cursor to the CLOCK SET OPERATION line.
(c) On the DCP, push the RDR pushbutton to select CLOCK SET OPERATION.
The CLOCK SET OPERATION page is displayed on the selected MFD.
(d) On the DCP, push the RDR pushbutton to move the cursor to the NEW TIME field.

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NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

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(e) On the DCP, use the BRG pushbutton to change the display where the cursor points. Use the RDR
pushbutton to advance the cursor when the proper value is entered.
(f) With the cursor on the last character in the NEW DATE field, push the RDR pushbutton one more
time to go out of the operation.
(g) On the DCP push the BRG 2 pushbutton to move the cursor from the SET TIME AND DATE line to
the ACCEPT line.
(h) On the DCP, push the RDR pushbutton to accept the new time and date. The new parameters will
show in the CURRENT TIME and CURRENT DATE fields.

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NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

24-32-02 Main Battery Charger


(AHRS equipped aircraft or
aircraft with ModSum
TC601R15209)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

(M)(O) May be inoperative provided:


a) Main Battery is considered inoperative,
b) APU air intake door is secured fully OPEN,
c) APU is operated continuously during flight or the
aircraft speed is limited to 300 KIAS if APU is
OFF,
d) AFM performance corrections for APU ON are
applied,
e) APU Battery is operative,
f) APU Battery Charger is operative,
g) APR is selected OFF,
h) Operations are conducted in accordance with AFM
APR OFF performance data,
i) Service Lights are considered inoperative,
j) Maintenance Lights are considered inoperative,
k) A reliable and functioning time-piece is readily
available (a wristwatch is acceptable),
l) Flight Data Recorder is considered inoperative, and
m) Repairs are made within one flight day.
NOTE 1:DG mode heading slew function will be
inoperative.

(M)(O) May be inoperative provided:


a) Main Battery is considered inoperative,
b) APU air intake door is secured fully CLOSED,
c) APU is considered inoperative,
d) APU Battery is operative,
e) APU Battery charger is operative,
f) APR is selected OFF,
g) Operations are conducted in accordance with AFM
APR OFF performance data,
h) Service Lights are considered inoperative,
i) Maintenance Lights are considered inoperative,
j) A reliable and functioning time-piece is readily
available (a wristwatch is acceptable),
k) Flight Data Recorder is considered inoperative,
and
l) Repairs are made within one flight day.
NOTE 1: DG mode heading slew function will be
inoperative.
NOTE 2: Clocks will be inoperative.

PLACARD
A. For operations with the APU air intake door open, do as follows:
(1) Put a MAIN BATTERY CHARGER INOPERATIVE placard on the ELECTRICAL POWER SERVICES
panel.
(2) Put a CLOCK INOPERATIVE placard on the pilots and co-pilots clock face.
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NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

B. For operations with the APU air intake door closed, do as follows:
(1) Put a MAIN BATTERY CHARGER INOPERATIVE placard on the ELECTRICAL POWER SERVICES
panel and an APU INOPERATIVE placard on the APU control panel.
(2) Put a CLOCK INOPERATIVE placard on the pilots and co-pilots clock face.
MAINTENANCE (M)
A. For an inoperative main battery charger (APU either operative or inoperative), deactivate the
charger as follows:
(1) Open and collar the circuit breaker that follows:
CB PANEL
CBP-1

CB NO.
E5

NAME
MAIN BATTERY CHARGER

ZONE
221

B. For an inoperative main battery charger with the APU operative, do as follows:
(1) Do the procedure to deactivate the APU inlet door linear-actuator with the inlet door open
(refer to the AMM TASK 49-14-00-040-801).
(2) Do the procedure to deactivate the main battery (refer to the AMM TASK 24-32-00-040-803).
C. For an inoperative main battery charger with the APU inoperative, do as follows:
(1) Do the procedure to deactivate the APU inlet door linear-actuator with the inlet door closed
(refer to the AMM TASK 49-14-00-040-802).
(2) Do the procedure to deactivate the main battery (refer to the AMM TASK 24-32-00-040-803).
OPERATIONS (O)
A. For an inoperative main battery, do as follows:
(1) On the EICAS control panel press the ELEC discrete button two times.
(2) On the EICAS secondary display, make sure that the APU battery voltage is within limits.
(3) On the EICAS control panel press the STAT discrete button to return the EICAS secondary display to
the status page.
NOTE: AFM reference:
A. PERFORMANCE (chapter 06)
(1) TAKE-OFF PERFORMANCE (section 03), and
(2) OBSTACLE CLEARANCE (section 04).
B. SUPPLEMENTS (chapter 07)
(1) OPERATIONS ON WET AND CONTAMINATED RUNWAYS (supplement 3).
B. For operations with both clocks inoperative, do as follows:
(1) Pilot and co-pilot to synchronize their timepieces/wristwatches.
(2) If required, enter time inot the MDC as follows:
(a) Push the INDEX key to show the INDEX page.
(b) Push the STATUS line select key to show the STATUS display page.
(c) Use the data keys to enter the desired time into the scratchpad.
(d) Push the UTC line select key to transfer the scratchpad time entry to the UTC data line.
(3) If required, enter time into the MDC as follows:
(a) Set the remote maintenance switch to the MFD 1 or MFD 2 position. The MAINTENANCE MENU
page is displayed on the selected MFD.
(b) On the DCP, use the BRG pushbuttons to move the cursor to the CLOCK SET OPERATION line.
(c) On the DCP, push the RDR pushbutton to select CLOCK SET OPERATION.
The CLOCK SET OPERATION page is displayed on the selected MFD.

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NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

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REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

(d) On the DCP, push the RDR pushbutton to move the cursor to the NEW TIME field.
(e) On the DCP, use the BRG pushbutton to change the display where the cursor points. Use the RDR
pushbutton to advance the cursor when the proper value is entered.
(f) With the cursor on the last character in the NEW DATE field, push the RDR pushbutton one more
time to go out of the operation.
(g) On the DCP push the BRG 2 pushbutton to move the cursor from the SET TIME AND DATE line to
the ACCEPT line.
(h) On the DCP, push the RDR pushbutton to accept the new time and date. The new parameters will
show in the CURRENT TIME and CURRENT DATE fields.

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NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

24-32-03 APU Battery

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

(M) May be inoperative provided:


a) Main Battery is operative;
b) Main Battery Charger is operative,
c) AFM performance corrections for APU ON are
applied when APU is used, and
d) Repairs are made within one flight day.
NOTE: External DC power will be required to start the
APU and for pressure refueling.

PLACARD
Put an APU BATTERY INOPERATIVE placard on the APU control panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
A. For an inoperative APU battery, do as follows:
(1) Do the procedure to deactivate the APU battery (refer to the AMM TASK 24-32-00-040-804).
NOTE: After accomplishment of the deactivation procedure and when the aircraft is on the ground
(Weight On Wheels), the fuel auto crossflow function will be disabled and the AUTO XFLOW
INHIB status message will come into view on the EICAS status page. The fuel auto crossflow
function will be enabled and the AUTO XFLOW INHIB status message will disappear when the
aircraft takes off (Wieght Off Wheels).
OPERATIONS (O)
NOTE: AFM reference:
A. PERFORMANCE (chapter 06)
(1) TAKE-OFF PERFORMANCE (section 03), and
(2) OBSTACLE CLEARANCE (section 04).
B. SUPPLEMENTS (chapter 07)
(1) OPERATIONS ON WET AND CONTAMINATED RUNWAYS (supplement 3).

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NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

24-32-04 APU Battery Charger

(M) May be inoperative provided:


a) Main Battery is operative,
b) Main Battery Charger is operative,
c) APU Battery is considered inoperative after the
APU is started,
d) AFM performance corrections for APU ON are
applied when APU is used, and
e) Repairs are made within one flight day.
NOTE: External DC power will be required to start
the APU and for pressure refueling.

PLACARD
Put an APU BATTERY CHARGER INOPERATIVE placard on the ELECTRICAL POWER SERVICES
control panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
A. For an inoperative APU battery charger, deactivate it as follows:
(1) Open and collar the circuit breaker that follows:
CB PANEL
CBP-2

CB NO.
E5

NAME
APU CHARGER

ZONE
222

NOTE: When the deactivation procedure is completed, the fuel auto crossflow function maybe
disabled and the AUTO XFLOW INHIB status message may show on the EICAS secondary
page. The fuel auto crossflow function will be enabled and the AUTO XFLOW INHIB status
message will go out of view after take off (Wieght Off Wheels).
OPERATIONS (O)
NOTE: AFM reference:
A. PERFORMANCE (chapter 06)
(1) TAKE-OFF PERFORMANCE (section 03), and
(2) OBSTACLE CLEARANCE (section 04).
B. SUPPLEMENTS (chapter 07)
(1) OPERATIONS ON WET AND CONTAMINATED RUNWAYS (supplement 3).

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Electrical Power
NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

24-33-01 DC TIE 1/2 "CLOSED"


Switch Lights
(light function only)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 2

PLACARD
Put a "CLOSED" LIGHT INOPERATIVE placard on the TIE 1 and/or TIE 2 Switch Light(s) (as applicable),
located on the ELECTRICAL POWER SERVICES control panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

24-33-02 DC "ESS TIE CLOSED"


Switch Lights
(light function only)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 1

PLACARD
Put a "CLOSED" LIGHT INOPERATIVE placard on the ESS TIE Switch Light, located on the ELECTRICAL
POWER SERVICES control panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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Electrical Power
NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

24-41-01 External AC Power


"AVAIL/IN USE" Switch
Light (Overhead Panel)
(light function only)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 1

PLACARD
Put an "AVAIL" and/or "IN USE" LIGHT INOPERATIVE placard (as applicable) on the AC Switch Light,
located on the ELECTRICAL POWER SERVICES control panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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Electrical Power
NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

24-41-02 External AC Power


"AVAIL/IN USE" Switch
Light (Service Panel)
(light function only)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 1

PLACARD
Put an "AVAIL" and/or "IN USE" LIGHT INOPERATIVE placard (as applicable) on the EXT AC PUSH
Switch/Light, located on the EXTERNAL SERVICES panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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Electrical Power
NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

24-41-03 External AC Power


System

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 1

PLACARD
A. Put EXTERNAL AC POWER SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard on the ELECTRICAL POWER
SERVICES control panel and on the AC EXTERNAL SERVICE panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

24-42-01 External DC Power


"AVAIL/IN USE" Switch
Light (light function only)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 1

PLACARD
Put an "AVAIL" and/or "IN USE" LIGHT INOPERATIVE placard (as applicable) on the DC Switch Light,
located on the ELECTRICAL POWER SERVICES control panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

24-42-02 External DC Power


System

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 1

PLACARD
Put EXTERNAL DC POWER SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placards on the ELECTRICAL POWER SERVICES
control panel and on the DC EXTERNAL SERVICE panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required

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NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

24-50-01 AC Service Bus

C 1

(M) May be inoperative provided:


a) Lavatory door is locked CLOSED and placarded
"INOPERATIVE - DO NOT ENTER",
b) Lavatory is not used for any purpose, and
c) DC "ESS TIE" switch light is selected CLOSED.

PLACARD
Put an AC SERVICE BUS INOPERATIVE placard on the ELECTRICAL POWER SERVICES control panel
and an INOPERATIVE - DO NOT ENTER placard on the lavatory door.
MAINTENANCE (M)
For an inoperative AC service bus, do as follows:
(1) Energize the aircraft electrical power systems.
(2) On the ELECTRICAL POWER SERVICES panel press in the DC POWER, ESS TIE switch/light, and
make sure that the CLOSED light comes on.
(3) Open and collar the circuit breaker that follows:
CB PANEL
CBP-2

CB NO.
R2

NAME
AC SERV BUS FEED

ZONE
222

NOTE: When you isolate the AC service bus, power to the lavatory is also removed.
(4) Close and lock the lavatory door.
(5) Remove electrical power from the aircraft.
NOTE: When the maintenance procedure is completed, the cabin reading lights will be operative but
the other cabin lights will be inoperative.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required

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Electrical Power
NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

24-50-02 Synoptic Page AC Service


Bus Indication

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 1

May be inoperative provided:


a) "DC TIE 1/2" and "DC ESS TIE" are not displayed on
EICAS, and
b) DC SERVICE BUS on EICAS is powered normally.

PLACARD
Put a SYNOPTIC PAGE AC SERVICE BUS INDICATION INOPERATIVE placard below the secondary
EICAS display.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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Electrical Power
NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

24-51-01 AC ESS XFER "ALTN"


Switch Light
(light function only)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 1

PLACARD
Put an "ALTN" LIGHT INOPERATIVE placard on the AC ESS XFER Switch Light , located on the
ELECTRICAL POWER SERVICES control panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

24-51-02 AC Essential Power


Transfer Relay (K3XD)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

May be inoperative provided:


a) IDG1 and IDG2 are operative,
b) ESS TRU 2 is operative, and
c) EICAS "AC ESS BUS" caution message is not
displayed.

PLACARD
Put an AC ESSENTIAL TRANSFER RELAY INOPERATIVE placard on the ELECTRICAL POWER
SERVICES control panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.
NOTE: The AC ESS ALTN status message may show continuously on the EICAS secondary page, on
ground and throughout flight. When the AC ESS ALTN status message shows on the EICAS
secondary page, the AC ESS XFER ALTN Switch light will come on.

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Equipment and Furnishing

REPAIR INTERVAL

NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

25-00-01 "Fasten Seat Belt While


Seated" Placards

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

46 24 One or more placards may be illegible or missing


provided a legible sign or placard is readable from each
occupied passenger seat.

PLACARD
Put a "FASTEN SEAT BELT WHILE SEATED" placard to replace the illegible or missing placard on the
windscreen partition.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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Equipment and Furnishing

REPAIR INTERVAL

NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

25-11-01 Pilot Seats


1. Lumbar Supports

C 2

May be inoperative in the lowest position provided seat


is acceptable to the affected crewmember.

2. Arm Rests

C 4

(M) May be inoperative or missing provided:


a) Egress is not impaired, and
b) Seat is acceptable to the affected crewmember.

3. Height Adjustments

(M) May be inoperative provided:


a) Seat is secured in vertical position acceptable to
affected crewmember,
b) Fore/Aft Adjustment is verified operative,
c) Egress is not impaired, and
d) If HGS is installed and required for flight, the vertical
position of the seat must be acceptable to affected
crewmember.

4. Fore/Aft Adjustments

(M) May be inoperative provided:


a) Seat is secured in fore/aft position acceptable to
affected crewmember,
b) Height Adjustment is verified operative, and
c) Egress is not impaired.

5. Recline Adjustements

May be inoperative provided backrest is secured in


position acceptable to affected crewmember.

6. Thigh Supports

C 2

May be inoperative provided seat is acceptable to


affected crewmember.

PLACARD
Put the applicable placard for the PILOT and/or CO-PILOT seat as follows:
(1) Put a LUMBAR SUPPORT INOPERATIVE placard on the PILOT and/or CO-PILOT seat (as applicable).
(2) Put an ARM REST INOPERATIVE placard on the PILOT and/or CO-PILOT seat (as applicable).
(3) Put a HEIGHT ADJUSTMENTS INOPERATIVE placard on the PILOT and/or CO-PILOT seat
(as applicable).
(4) Put a FORE/AFT ADJUSTMENTS INOPERATIVE placard on the PILOT and/or CO-PILOT seat
(as applicable).
(5) Put an RECLINE ADJUSTMENTS INOPERATIVE placard on the PILOT and/or CO-PILOT seat
(as applicable).
(6) Put an THIGH SUPPORTS INOPERATIVE placard on the PILOT and/or CO-PILOT seat
(as applicable).
MAINTENANCE (M)
For an inoperative pilot and/or co-pilot seat, do as follows:
(1) For an inoperative pilot and/or co-pilot seat arm rest, do as follows:
(a) Secure the inoperative arm rest in the upright position.
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(2) For an inoperative pilot and/or co-pilot seat height adjustment, do as follows:
(a) Secure the inoperative seat in a vertical position that is satisfactory to the crew member.
(b) Make sure that the fore/aft mechanism is operative.
(3) For an inoperative pilot and/or co-pilot seat fore/aft adjustment, do as follows:
(a) Secure the inoperative seat in a forward/aft position that is satisfactory to the crew member.
(b) Make sure that the height adjustment mechanism is operative.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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25-12-01 Observers Seat


(Supernumerary Seat)
including associated
equipment

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

As required by Regulations.

PLACARD
A. Put an OBSERVER SEAT INOPERATIVE placard on the observers seat.
B. If required, put a FOR FLIGHT CREW USE ONLY placard on the passenger seat designated for flight
crew use.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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25-18-01 Cockpit Sunvisors

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 2

May be inoperative provided affected sunvisor does not


obstruct either pilots field of view for take-off and
landing.

C 2

(M) May be inoperative provided affected sunvisor is


removed.

C 2

May be inoperative provided:


a) Affected sunvisor does not obstruct either pilots field
of view for take-off and landing, and
b) Aircraft is operated at night.

C 2

(M) May be inoperative provided:


a) Affected sunvisor is removed, and
b) Aircraft is operated at night.

PLACARD
Put a COCKPIT SUNVISOR INOPERATIVE placard on the head liner.
MAINTENANCE (M)
For an inoperative cockpit sunvisor, do as follows:
(1) Remove the inoperative cockpit sunvisor (refer to the AMM TASK 25-18-01-000-801).
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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25-18-02 Cockpit Chart Holders


(Control Column and Window)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 4

One holder may be inoperative on each side provided


remaining holder is operative.

C 4

(M) One holder may be inoperative on each side


provided affected holder is removed.

PLACARD
For an inoperative Cockpit Chart Holder, put the appropriate placard as follows:
(1) Put a CONTROL COLUMN CHART HOLDER INOPERATIVE placard on the control column, and/or
(2) Put a SIDE WINDOW CHART HOLDER INOPERATIVE placard on the the side console.
MAINTENANCE (M)
For an inoperative cockpit chart holder, do as follows:
(1) Remove the affected control column chart holder (refer to the AMM TASK 33-13-13-000-801).
(2) Remove the affected side window chart holder (refer to the AMM TASK 25-18-13-000-801).
OPERATIONS (O)
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25-21-01 Passenger Seats

D 50

(M) May be inoperative provided:


a) Seat does not block or restrict access to an
emergency exit,
b) Seat does not restrict any passenger from access
to the main aisle, and
c) Affected seat(s) is not used and is blocked and
placarded "DO NOT OCCUPY".
NOTE 1: A seat with an inoperative seat beltand/or
shoulder harness is considered inoperative
NOTE 2: Affected seat(s) may include the seat(s)
behind and/or adjacent outboard seat(s).

1. Recline Mechanism

D 46

(M) May be inoperative and seat occupied provided seat


is secured in the up-right position.

2. Underseat Baggage
Restraining Bars

C 50

(M)(O) May be inoperative or missing provided:


a) Baggage is not stowed under seat or bank of
seats,
b) Seat back is placarded "DO NOT STOW
BAGGAGE UNDER THIS SEAT",
c) Restraining bar does not restrict any passenger
from access to the main aircraft aisle, and
d) Procedures are established to alert crew
members of an inoperative or missing
restraining bar.

3. Armrest

C 46

(M) May be inoperative or missing and seat occupied


provided:
a) Armrest does not block an emergency exit,
b) Armrest does not restrict any passenger from
access to the main aircraft aisle, and
c) For an armrest with a recline mechanism, seat is
secured in the up-right position.

C 46

May be inoperative and seat occupied provided:


a) Armrest does not block an emergency exit, and
b) Armrest does not restrict any passenger from
access to the main aircraft aisle.

a) Downlock Mechanism

PLACARD
A. For an inoperative passenger seat, do as follows:
(1) Put a DO NOT OCCUPY placard on the inoperative seat.
B. For an inoperative passenger seat recline mechanism, do as follows:
(1) Put a RECLINE MECHANISM INOPERATIVE placard over the open mounting hole of the armrest.
C. For an inoperative passenger seat underseat baggage restraining bar, do as follows:
(1) Put a DO NOT STOW BAGGAGE UNDER THIS SEAT placard on the passenger back seat in the
affected bank of seats.
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D. For an inoperative passenger seat armrest/downlock mechanism, do as follows:


(1) Put an ARMREST INOPERATIVE placard on the affected armrest.
MAINTENANCE (M)
A. For an inoperative passenger seat, do as follows:
(1) Inoperative seat is blocked from use.
NOTE: A rigid DO NOT OCCUPY placard of sufficient size so that it can be attached across the two
armrests or between the front of the seat bottom to the seat back of the inoperative seat is
suitable. When the seat is blocked, access to the aisle or emergency exit must not be
restricted.
B. For an inoperative seat back recline mechanism, do as follows:
(1) Do the deactivation of the passenger Seat-Back Recline-Mechanism
(refer to the AMM TASK 25-21-00-040-801).
C. For an inoperative underseat baggage restraining bar, do as follows:
NOTE: The design of the underseat restraining bar is such that if it is inoperative it may affect both
of the seats, if it is removed it will affect both of the seats.
(1) If the underseat restraining bar creates a passenger safety concern, remove the restraining bar from
the seat.
(2) On the affected seat(s), install the DO NOT STOW BAGGAGE UNDER THIS SEAT placard on the
seat back.
D. For an inoperative Armrest, remove the recline control button as follows:
(1) Make sure that the backrest is in the up-right position.
(2) Press to release the lock and raise the armrest to the vertical position.
(3) To get access to the recline control button, remove the appropriate cover parts.
(4) Press to release the lock and lift the armrest to the vertical position.
(5) Remove the recline control button from its hole and put it into the armrest structure below the
escutcheon.
(6) Install the cover parts that were previously removed.
OPERATIONS (O)
Alert the cabin crew of an inoperative or removed restraining bar.

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25-22-01 Flight Attendant Seats

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

(M)(O) One seat or seat assembly may be inoperative


provided:
a) Affected seat or seat assembly is not occupied,
b) Flight Attendant displaced by the inoperative seat
occupies the passenger seat most accessible to
his or her assigned exit,
c) Alternate procedures for displaced flight attendant
are established and used,
d) A folding type seat is removed, stowed or secured
in retracted position, and
e) Passenger seat assigned to Flight Attendant is
placarded "FOR FLIGHT ATTENDANT USE
ONLY".
NOTE 1: Inoperative automatic stow feature of a
folding seat renders the seat inoperative.
NOTE 2: A seat position with a missing or
inoperative safety belt (including
shoulder harness) or headrest renders
the seat inoperative.
(M)(O) Aft seat or assembly may be inoperative
provided:
a) More than one seat/seat assembly is installed,
b) Affected seat or seat assembly is not occupied,
c) Flight Attendant displaced by the inoperative seat
occupies the passenger seat most accessible to
his or her assigned exit,
d) Alternate procedures for displaced flight attendant
are established and used,
e) A folding type seat is removed, stowed or secured
in the retracted position, and
f) Passenger seat assigned to flight attendant is
placarded "FOR FLIGHT ATTENDANT USE
ONLY".
NOTE 1: Inoperative automatic stow feature of a
folding seat renders the seat inoperative.
NOTE 2: A seat position with a missing or
inoperative safety belt (including
shoulder harness) or headrest renders
the seat inoperative.

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(M) Aft seat or seat assembly that is not assigned to a


flight attendant may be inoperative provided it is not
occupied, is placarded and is:
a) Properly stowed, or
b) Secured in the retracted position, or
c) Removed.

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25-22-01 Flight Attendant Seats


(continue)
1. Automatic Stow Function
(for sliding type of seats only)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

(O) Aft flight attendant seatautomatic stow function may


be inoperative provided:
a) Affected seat is acceptable to the flight
attendantoccupying the seat, and
b) Alternate procedures for affected seat to stow and
secure in retracted position are established and
used.

PLACARD
A. Put a DO NOT OCCUPY placard on the inoperative flight attendant seat.
B. Put a FOR FLIGHT ATTENDANT ONLY placard on the passenger seat designated for flight attendant
use.
NOTE: The seat designated for flight attendant use is the seat that is most accessible to the inoperative
seat.
MAINTENANCE (M)
A. For an inoperative fwd flight attendant seat, do as follows:
(1) Make sure that the fwd flight attendant seat is in the automatically retracted position.
(2) If the seat does not automatically retract. secure the seat in the retracted position.
(3) Move the flight attendant seat to the stowed position.
(4) If you cannot secure the seat in the retracted position, remove the fwd flight attendant seat (refer to the
AMM TASK 25-22-01-000-801).
**ON AIRCRAFT WITH stowable aft flight attendant seat
B. For an inoperative aft flight attendant seat, do as follows:
(1) Make sure that the aft flight attendant seat is in the automatically retracted position.
(2) If the seat does not automatically retract. secure the seat in the retracted position.
(3) Move the flight attendant seat to the stowed position.
(4) If you cannot secure the seat in the retracted position, remove the aft flight attendant seat
(refer to the AMM TASK 25-22-01-000-801).
**ON AIRCRAFT WITH fixed aft flight attendant seat
C. For an inoperative aft flight attendant seat, do as follows:
(1) Make sure that the aft flight attendant seat is in the automatically retracted position.
(2) If the seat does not automatically retract. secure the seat in the retracted position.
(3) If you cannot secure the seat in the retracted position, remove the aft flight attendant seat (refer to
the AMM TASK 25-22-01-000-801).
**ON ALL AIRCRAFT
D. Install the FOR FLIGHT ATTENDANT USE ONLY placard on the passenger seat designated for flight
attendant use.
NOTE: The seat designated for flight attendant use is the seat that is most accessible to their assigned
exit.
OPERATIONS (O)
A. Establish alternate procedure for displaced flight attendant.
B. For an inoperative automatic stow function, do as follows:
(1) Alternate procedures for affected seat to stow and secure in retracted position are established and
used.
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25-23-01 Overhead Storage Bins(s)


/Cabin and Galley
Storage
Compartment/Closets

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

ANY

0 (M) May be inoperative provided:


a) Procedures are established to secure
compartment CLOSED, or remove the lid/door,
b) Any emergency equipment located in affected
compartment is considered inoperative, and
c) Affected compartment is not used for storage of
any item(s) except for those permanently
affixed.
NOTE 1: If no partitions are installed, the entire
overhead storage compartment is
considered to be one bin.
NOTE 2: An inoperative lid/door latch renders the
door inoperative.

PLACARD
Put an INOPERATIVE - DO NOT USE placard on the inoperative unit.
MAINTENANCE (M)
A. For an inoperative overhead stowage bin, do as follows:
(1) Do the deactivation of the overhead stowage compartment (refer to the AMM TASK 25-23-00-040-801).
(2) If the affected overhead stowage bin is unserviceable for any reason, or its door can not be secured
close, remove the bin (refer to the AMM TASK 25-23-01-000-801).
B. For an inoperative storage compartment/closet with a 1/4 turn retainer, do as follows:
(1) Do the deactivation of the storage compartment/closet with a 1/4 turn retainer
(refer to the AMM TASK 25-23-00-040-802).
C. For an inoperative storage compartment/closet without a 1/4 turn retainer, do as follows:
(1) Do the deactivation of the galley storage compartment/closet without a 1/4 turn retainer
(refer to the AMM TASK 25-23-00-040-803).
D. For an inoperative Overhead Storage Bin(s)/Cabin and Galley Storage Compartment/Closets with
emergency equipment installed, consider that emergency equipment inoperative and apply associated
limitation for that emergency equipment.
NOTE: If there is no relief for a particular emergency equipment, dispatch is not permitted.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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25-32-01 Galley Waste Receptacle


Access Doors

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 1

(M)(O) May be inoperative provided:


a) Container is empty and the access is secured to
prevent waste introduction into the compartment,
and
b) Procedures are established to ensure that
sufficient galley waste receptacles are available
to accommodate all waste that may be generated
on a flight.

PLACARD
Put a GALLEY WASTE RECEPTACLE ACCESS DOORS INOPERATIVE placard on the galley work
counter.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Make sure that the affected container(s) is empty and secured to prevent waste introduction into the
compartment.
OPERATIONS (O)
Procedures to be established and used by the operator to ensure that sufficient galley waste
receptacles are available to accommodate all waste that may be generated on a flight.

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25-40-01 Galley Waste Receptacle


Access Doors

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

NOTE: Interior lavatory ashtrays considered under


passenger convenience items and are not
required by regulations.

PLACARD
Put an LAVATORY DOOR ASHTRAY MISSING placard on the lavatory door.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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25-40-02 Lavatory Waste


Compartment Access
Door/Flap Assembly

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 1

(M)(O) May be inoperative provided:


a) Lavatory waste receptacle is empty,
b) Waste compartment access is secured to prevent
waste introduction,
c) Waste compartment is placarded "INOPERATIVE DO NOT USE",
d) Lavatory Smoke Detection System operates
normally, and
e) Alternate procedures are established to dispose of
waste generated by lavatory use.

PLACARD
Put a INOPERATIVE - DO NOT USE placard on the waste-flap assembly.
MAINTENANCE (M)
A. For an inoperative lavatory waste-flap assembly, do as follows:
(1) Make sure that the lavatory waste container is empty.
(2) Secure the waste-flap assembly to prevent waste introduction into container.
(3) Do the operational test that follow:
(a) Do the operational test of the lavatory smoke-detection system
(refer to the AMM TASK 26-16-00-710-802, with smoke)
OR
Do the operational test of the lavatory smoke-detection system
(refer to the AMM TASK 26-16-00-710-803, non-metalic tool SELF TEST).
OPERATIONS (O)
For an inoperative lavatory waste-flap assembly, do as follows:
During the preflight cabin check
(1) Make sure that the lavatory waste container is empty and that the waste-flap assembly is secured to
prevent waste introduction into the compartment.
During flight
(2) Crew to establish procedure to inspect the lavatory at a regular interval.

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25-40-03 Lavatory NO SMOKING


Placards

Must be installed and legible.


NOTE: A temporary placard may be used to dispatch an
aircraft to a station where normal placards are
available.

PLACARD
Put a NO SMOKING placard on the lavatory to replace the missing placard.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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25-42-01 Lavatory Door Springs

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 1

(O) May be inoperative or missing provided:


a) Door is verified operative (open and close) without
interference,
b) Associated lavatory door is locked before each
takeoff and landing, and
c) Alternate procedures to close door(s) when
required are established and used.

PLACARD
Put a LAVATORY DOOR SPRINGS INOPERATIVE placard on the lavatory door (as applicable).
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Alternate procedures should be used.

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25-51-02 Cargo Compartment Door


Restraint Nets (including
associated equipment)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 1

May be damaged or missing provided affected cargo


compartment is empty.

C 1

May be damaged or missing provided cargo in affected


cargo compartment is secured.
NOTE: Associated equipment includes Snap Latches,
Restraint Net Brackets, and Floor Pan Fitting
Rings/Posts.

PLACARD
A. For inoperative cargo compartment door restraint nets with cargo compartment empty, do as follows:
(1) Put an AFT CARGO COMPARTMENT INOPERATIVE placard on the AFT CARGO
COMPARTMENT door.
B. For inoperative cargo compartment door restraint nets when cargo is carried, do as follows:
(1) Put an AFT CARGO COMPARTMENT DOOR RESTRAINT NET(S) INOPERATIVE placard on the
AFT CARGO COMPARTMENT door.
MAINTENANCE (M)
A. For inoperative cargo compartment dividing nets (including associated equipment) when cargo is
carried, do as follows:
(1) Alternate procedures to secure cargo in the affected cargo compartment before each flight to be
established and used by operator.
(2) Make sure that all of the inoperative associated equipment (as described in the proviso) is installed
correctly.
(3) For an affected floor panel fitting ring/post, make sure that the floor panel fitting plate is installed.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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25-51-03 Aft Cargo Compartment


Dividing Nets (including
associated equipment)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

D 2

May be damaged or missing provided affected cargo


compartment is empty.

D 2

(M) NOTE: Associated equipment includes Quick


Release Attachments, Anchor Plates, Net Posts,
Narrow-Hooks, and Floor Pan Fitting Rings/Posts.

PLACARD
A. For inoperative aft cargo compartment dividing nets with cargo compartment empty, do as follows:
(1) Put an AFT CARGO COMPARTMENT INOPERATIVE placard on the AFT CARGO
COMPARTMENT door.
B. For inoperative aft cargo compartment dividing nets when cargo is carried, do as follows:
(1) Put an AFT CARGO COMPARTMENT DIVIDING NET(S) INOPERATIVE placard on the AFT
CARGO COMPARTMENT door.
MAINTENANCE (M)
A. For inoperative aft cargo compartment dividing nets when cargo is carried, do as follows:
(1) Alternate procedures to secure cargo in the affected cargo compartment before each flight to be
established and used by operator.
(2) Make sure that all of the inoperative associated equipment (as described in the proviso) is installed
correctly.
(3) For an affected floor panel fitting ring/post, make sure that the floor panel fitting plate is installed.
(4) If a net post is missing, install cap P/N LXA5039 or equivalent.
(5) If an anchor plate is missing, install cap P/N LXA5036 or equivalent.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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25-52-01 Cargo Compartment


Liners and Floor Panels

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 4

May be damaged (punctured, torn or deformed)


provided the cargo compartment is empty.
(For ballast purposes, use of bags (made of fiberglass
or kevlar) of sand or ingots of non-magnetic metals
(such as lead) is acceptable).

PLACARD
Put a CARGO COMPARTMENT INOPERATIVE, DO NOT USE placard on the cargo compartment door.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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25-61-01 Megaphones

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

D 2

(M)(O) Any in excess of those required by Regulations


may be inoperative or missing provided:
a) Inoperative megaphone is removed from the
passenger cabin and its location is placarded
INOPERATIVE, or it is removed from the
installed location, secured out of sight and the
megaphone and its installed location are
placarded INOPERATIVE,
b) Required distribution is maintained, and
c) Procedures are established to alert crew members
of an inoperative or missing megaphone.

D 2

(O) May be inoperative provided:


a) Aircraft crews are on the flight deck, and
b) No passengers are carried.
NOTE: For the purpose of this item "aircraft crew"
is considered to be flight attendants,
aircraft maintenance engineers and
supervisory crew members.

PLACARD
For an inoperative megaphone, do as follows:
(1) Put a MEGAPHONE INOPERATIVE DO NOT USE placard on the megaphone.
(2) Put a MEGAPHONE INOPERATIVE placard on the megaphone stowage compartment.
MAINTENANCE (M)
For an inoperative megaphone, do as follows:
(1) Remove the megaphone from the cabin.
(2) If the megaphone is not removed from the cabin, secure it in a location that it can not be mistaken for an
functional megaphone.
OPERATIONS (O)
Crew members are made aware of the inoperative or missing megaphone(s) and its location.

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25-61-02 First Aid Kits

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

D 1

(O) Any kit or items contained in excess of those


required by Regulations may be incomplete or
missing provided:
a) Required distribution is maintained, and
b) Procedures are established to alert crew members
of missing or incomplete kits.

(O) Seal affixed on the exterior of the first aid kit may be
missing or inoperative provided:
a) First Aid Kit is fully equipped or the kit has a
maximum of one missing item,
b) First Aid Kit includes a list of its contents,
c) Inventory is taken on the content of the kit prior to
departure, and
d) Procedures are established to alert crew members
of the missing or broken seal and to perform an
inventory under proviso c).

PLACARD
Put a FIRST AID KIT INCOMPLETE OR MISSING placard on the access door or panel where the kit is
usually stowed.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Procedure to alert crew members of missing or incomplete first aid kits should be performed.

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25-61-03 Fire Protection Gloves

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

D 3

May missing for observes seat, if seat is not occupied.

PLACARD
Put a FIRE PROTECTION GLOVES MISSING placard on the access door or panel where the gloves are
usually stowed.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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25-61-04 Flashlights/Flashlight
Holders
1. Flashlights

C 4

(O) May be inoperative or missing provided a flashlight


of equivalent characteristics is readily available.

2. Flashlight Holders

C 4

(M)(O) May be inoperative or missing provided


alternate stowage means are provided.

PLACARD
Put a FLASHLIGHT HOLDER INOPERATIVE placard on or near the inoperative or missing holder.
MAINTENANCE (M)
A. For an inoperative or missing flashlight holder, do as follows:
(1) If the flashlight is equipped with an ON/OFF switch, do as follows:
(a) A suitable alternate flashlight stowage location must be identified.
(b) For a passenger cabin flashlight, the stowage location selected must be immediately accessible
to the flight attendant to the seat with the inoperative or missing flashlight holder.
NOTE: Do not stow the flashlight in a passenger back seat pocket.
(2) If the flashlight is not equipped with an ON/OFF switch, do as follows:
(a) Keep the flashlight in the flashlight holder.
(b) If the flashlight holder is missing, do as follows:
1 Replace the flashlight with a flashlight that has equivalent characteristics, that is in good
condition, has fresh batteries, and is functioning properly.
2 A suitable alternate flashlight stowage location must be identified.
3 For a passenger cabin flashlight, the stowage location selected must be immediately
accessible to the flight attendant to the seat with the inoperative or missing flashlight holder.
NOTE: Do not stow the flashlight in a passenger back seat pocket.
OPERATIONS (O)
A. For an inoperative or missing flashlight, do as follows:
(1) The flight crew shall verify that any flashlight to be used in lieu of an inoperative or missing flashlight
is of equivalent characteristics that it is in good condition, has fresh batteries, and is functioning
properly. This flashlight is not to be stowed in a passenger back seat pocket.
(2) For rechargeable flashlights, the crew must verify the flashlight operates normally and that the
batteries have been freshly charged before the first flight of the day.
B. For an inoperative or missing flashlight holder, do as follows:
(1) The flight crew shall verify that the flashlight has been stowed in an appropriate location.
(2) For a passenger cabin flashlight, the flight attendant is informed as to the stowed location of that
flashlight. The flashlight is not to be stowed in a passenger back seat pocket.

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25-62-01 Emergency Locator


Transmitter (ELT)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

May be inoperative provided repairs are made within 6


consecutive flights or 25 flight hours whichever occurs
first.
Any in excess of those required by regulations may be
inoperative.
NOTE: Operators MEL must state the minimum
number of ELTs required on aircraft in
accordance with area of operation.

PLACARD
Put an EMERGENCY LOCATOR TRANSMITTER (ELT) INOPERATIVE placard on the ELT control panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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25-64-01 Flotation Equipment


(Crew and Passenger)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C any

5 As required by regulations.
When flyiing over water and at distance of more that 50
NM from the shore or when taking off , landing over
water for each person on board

PLACARD
Put an INOPERATIVE placard on the inoperative flotation equipment and remove from the aircraft.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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25-70-01 Passenger Convenience


Items

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

Any

Passenger convenience items, as expressed in this


MEL, are those related to passenger convenience,
comfort or entertainment such as, but not limited to,
galley equipment, movie equipment, ashtrays, stereo
equipment, overhead reading lamps. Items addressed
elsewhere in this document shall not be included.
(M) and (O) procedures may be required and included in
the air carriers appropriate document.
NOTE 1: LAVATORY DOOR ASHTRAYS ARE NOT
CONSIDERED CONVENIENCE ITEMS.
NOTE 2: Galley equipment restraining devices such as
latches, etc. must be serviceable or the
compartment must not be used for storage and
placarded INOPERATIVE DO NOT USE.
NOTE 3: Audio or audio-visual entertainment equipment
which is used as the sole means of providing
safety briefing and demonstrations is not
considered a passenger convenience item.

PLACARD
Put an INOPERATIVE - DO NOT USE placard on the inoperative passenger convenience item.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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26-11-01 Engine Fire Detection


Loops

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 4

One loop (A or B) may be inoperative, on each engine


provided fire detection switch is selected to the
operative loop.

PLACARD
For an inoperative engine fire detection loop(s), do as follows:
(1) Put a L (or R) ENGINE FIRE DETECTION LOOP A INOPERATIVE or a L (or R) ENGINE FIRE
DETECTION LOOP B INOPERATIVE (as applicable) placard on the FIRE DETECTION/FIREX
MONITOR panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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26-11-02 Jet Pipe Fire Detection


Loops

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 4

One loop (A or B) may be inoperative, on each engine


provided fire detection switch is selected to the
operative loop.

PLACARD
For an inoperative jet pipe fire detection loop(s), do as follows:
(1) Put a L (or R) JET PIPE FIRE DETECTION LOOP A INOPERATIVE or a L (or R) JET PIPE FIRE
DETECTION LOOP B INOPERATIVE (as applicable) placard on the FIRE DETECTION/FIREX MONITOR
panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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26-12-01 APU Fire Detection Loops

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 2

One loop (A or B) may be inoperative provided APU fire


detection switch is selected to the operative loop.

C 2

Both loops (A and B) may be inoperative provided APU


is considered inoperative.

PLACARD
A. For one inoperative APU fire detection loop (A or B), do as follows:
(1) Put an APU FIRE DETECTION LOOP A INOPERATIVE or an APU FIRE DETECTION LOOP B
INOPERATIVE (as applicable) placard on the FIRE DETECTION/FIREX MONITOR panel.
B. For two inoperative APU fire detection loops (A and B), do as follows:
(1) Put an APU FIRE DETECTION LOOP A and B INOPERATIVE placard on the FIRE
DETECTION/FIREX MONITOR panel.
(2) Put an APU INOPERATIVE placard on the APU control panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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26-12-02 APU Fire Warning Horn

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 1

May be inoperative provided a qualified operator


remains in the cockpit to monitor the APU Fire Warning
System while the APU is running.

PLACARD
Put an APU FIRE WARNING HORN INOPERATIVE placard on the FIRE DETECTION/MONITOR panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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26-14-01 Main Landing Gear Bay


Overheat Detection System

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

(O) May be inoperative provided:


a) EICAS Brake Temperature Monitoring Readouts
are operative,
b) Landing gear is left extended for a minimum of ten
minutes after take-off,
c) Take-off performance is in accordance with AFM
Supplement (Flight with Landing Gear Down), and
d) Take-off is not conducted in icing conditions.
NOTE: In case of engine failure after V1,
performance is the prime consideration and
landing gear should be retracted normally
until performance penalty with gear down is
not a problem.

(M) May be inoperative provided:


a) Operations are conducted in accordance with AFM
Supplement (Flight with Landing Gear Down),
b) Ground lock pins are installed to ensure that all
three landing gears are locked down throughout
flight,
c) Operations are not conducted in known or forecast
icing conditions,
d) In-flight performance information given in the Flight
Planning and Cruise Control Manual is used,
e) Extended overwater operations are prohibited,
f) Both headsets are worn, and
g) Repairs are made within one flight day.

PLACARD
A. Put a MAIN LANDING GEAR BAY OVERHEAT DETECTION SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard on the
LANDING GEAR CONTROL panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
For an inoperative main landing gear overheat detection system and an inoperative brake temperature
monitor system (BTMS), do as follows:
(1) Install the landing gear lock pins in the nose and both of the main landing gear
(refer to the AMM TASK 10-11-00-400-801 and AMM TASK 10-11-00-400-802).
NOTE: The lock pins remain installed for flight and must be secured and the REMOVE BEFORE
FLIGHT red warning flags (if installed) must be removed or secured.
OPERATIONS (O)
A. For an inoperative main landing gear overheat detection system, do as follows:
Before take-off roll
(1) On the EICAS secondary display, check the BRAKE TEMP and make a record of the temperature
indications.
2 minutes after take-off
(2) On the EICAS secondary display, monitor the BRAKE TEMP indications.
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(3) If the temperature indications are less then or equal to the temperature indications recorded before
take-off, continue flight (with the landing gear extended).
(4) If the temperature indications are greater then the temperature indications recorded before take-off,
land at the nearest suitable airport.
10 minutes after take-off
(5) On the EICAS secondary display, monitor the BRAKE TEMP indications.
(6) If the temperature indications are less then the temperature indications recorded before take-off,
retract the landing gear.
(7) If the temperature indications are equal to or greater then the temperature indications recorded
before take-off, land at the nearest suitable airport.
NOTE: AFM reference:
A. SUPPLEMENTS (chapter 07)
FLIGHT WITH LANDING GEAR DOWN (supplement 5).

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26-15-01 Cargo Compartment


Smoke Detectors

C 2

1. A/c with Mod Sum


TC601R101264

C 2

2. A/c without Mod Sum


TC601R101264

C 2

(M) Both may be inoperative provided cargo


compartment is empty. (For ballast purposes, use
of bags (made of fiberglass or kevlar) of sand or
ingots of non-magnetic metals (such as lead) is
acceptable)
(M) One may be inoperative provided remaining
detector is verified operative prior to each flight.

1
(M) Forward smoke detector may be inoperative
provided aft smoke detector is verified operative
prior to each flight.

PLACARD
Put a CARGO COMPARTMENT SMOKE DETECTOR NORMAL (and/or STANDBY) INOPERATIVE
placard (as applicable) on the CARGO FIREX panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
A. For aircraft without ModSum TC601R101264, deactivate inoperative forward smoke detector No.
1 as follows:
(1) Deactivate smoke detector No. 1 as follows:
(a) Do the procedure to deactivate a cargo smoke detector
(refer to the AMM TASK 26-15-00-040-801).
Before each flight
(b) Make sure the remaining cargo smoke detector (No. 2) is operative as follows:
1 Do the operational test of the cargo smoke detection system
(refer to the AMM TASK 26-15-00-710-801).
B. For aircrafts with ModSum TC601R101264 (A/C 7858 and subsequent), deactivate the inoperative
smoke detector No. 1 (No. 2) as follows:
(1) Deactivate the inoperative smoke detector No. 1 (No. 2) as follows:
(a) Do the procedure to deactivate a cargo smoke detector
(refer to the AMM TASK 26-15-00-040-801).
Before each flight
(b) Make sure the remaining cargo smoke detector is operative as follows:
1 Do the operational test of the cargo smoke detection system
(refer to the AMM TASK 26-15-00-710-801).
C. Deactivate both inoperative smoke detectors (No. 1 and No. 2) as follows:
(1) Do the procedure to deactivate the cargo smoke detectors
(refer to the AMM TASK 26-15-00-040-801).
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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26-16-01 Lavatory Smoke Detection


System

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 1

(M)(O) May be inoperative provided:


a) Lavatory waste receptacle is empty,
b) Lavatory door is locked CLOSED and placarded
"INOPERATIVE DO NOT ENTER",
c) Lavatory is not used by passenger for any
purpose, and
d) Lavatory is used only by aircraft crew.
NOTE: For the purpose of this item "aircraft crew" is
considered to be flight attendants, aircraft
maintenance engineers and supervisory crew
members.

D 1

(O) May be inoperative for non-passenger carrying


operations provided:
a) Aircraft crews are the only occupants of the
aircraft, and
b) Occupants are briefed as to which smoke
detection system(s) is/are inoperative.
NOTE 1: The avove mentioned provisos are not
intended to preclude crew member
lavatoty inspections which must
bedetailed in the (O) procedures.
NOTE 2: For the purpose of this item "aircraft crew"
is considered to be flight attendants,
aircraft maintenance engineers and
supervisory crew members.

PLACARD
A. For an inoperative lavatory smoke detection system , do as follows:
(1) Put a LAVATORY SMOKE DETECTION SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard adjacent to the EICAS
primary display.
(2) Put an INOPERATIVE - DO NOT USE placard on the waste bin flap door.
(3) Put an INOPERATIVE DO NOT ENTER placard on the lavatory door.
B. For an inoperative lavatory smoke detection system for a non-passenger carrying operation (with
category D relief), do as follows:
(1) Put a LAVATORY SMOKE DETECTION SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard adjacent to the EICAS
primary display.
(2) Put an INOPERATIVE - DO NOT USE placard on the waste bin flap door.
MAINTENANCE (M)
A. For an inoperative lavatory smoke detection system, do a check of the lavatory fire extinguishing
system as follows:
(1) In the lavatory, open the waste bin access door and remove the waste bin to get access to the waste
bin automatic fire extinguisher discharge nozzles.
(2) Do a visual inspection of the fusible plugs on the two discharge nozzles to make sure that the
extinguisher has not been previously discharged.

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(3) Check that the bottle pressure gauge indicates in the green zone (the gauge can be seen with the
waste bin flap door open).
(4) Install the waste bin and close the waste bin access door.
(5) Make sure that the waste bin flap door operates properly and creates a tight seal when closed.
(6) If the waste bin flap door does not operate properly or does not create a tight seal when closed, the
lavatory fire extinguishing system is considered inoperative.
B. For an inoperative lavatory smoke detection system and an inoperative lavatory fireextinguishing
system do as follows:
(1) In the lavatory, open the waste bin access door and make sure that the waste bin is empty.
(2) Close the waste bin access door.
(3) Close and lock the lavatory door.
OPERATIONS (O)
A. For an inoperative lavatory smoke detection system and an operative lavatory fire extinguishing
system, do as follows:
During the pre flight cabin check
(1) Make sure that the lavatory is not used for any disposable waste stowage.
During flight at 30 minute intervals
(2) Inspect the lavatory.
(3) Make sure that the lavatory is not used for any disposable waste stowage.
B. For an inoperative lavatory smoke detection system, and an inoperative lavatory fire
extinguishing system do as follows:
During the pre flight cabin check
(1) Make sure that the lavatory waste bin is empty and that the lavatory is not used for any purpose, then
close and lock the lavatory door.
During flight
(2) Crew to establish a procedure to inspect the lavatory at a regular interval.
C. For a non-passenger carrying operation (with category D relief), do as follows:
(1) Crew members have been briefed that lavatory fire extinguishing system is inoperative.
During flight
(2) Crew to establish a procedure to inspect the lavatory at a regular interval.

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26-22-01 APU Fire Extinguishing


System

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 1

May be inoperative provided APU is considered


inoperative.

PLACARD
Put a APU FIRE EXTINGUISHING SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard on the PILOTS SWITCH/LIGHT
panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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26-23-01 Portable Fire


Extinguishers

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

(M)(O) Any in excess of those required by Regulations


may be inoperative or missing provided:
a) Inoperative fire extinguisher is removed from the
passenger cabin or flight compartment and its
location is placarded INOPERATIVE, or it is
removed from the installed location, secured out of
sight and the fire extinguisher and its installed
location are placarded INOPERATIVE,
b) Required distribution is maintained, and
c) Procedures are established to alert crew members
of missing or inoperative fire extinguishers.

PLACARD
For an inoperative portable fire extinguisher, do as follows:
(1) Put an INOPERATIVE placard on the fire extinguisher.
(2) Put a FIRE EXTINGUISHER INOPERATIVE placard on the mounting bracket.
MAINTENANCE (M)
For an inoperative portable fire extinguisher, do as follows:
(1) Put the INOPERATIVE placard on the fire extinguisher.
(2) Put the FIRE EXTINGUISHER INOPERATIVE placard on the mounting bracket.
(3) Remove the fire extinguisher from the cabin or flight compartment.
(4) If the fire extinguisher is not removed from the cabin or flight compartment, secure it in a location that it
cannot be mistaken for a functional fire extinguisher.
OPERATIONS (O)
Crew members are made aware of the inoperative or missing portable fire extinguisher(s) and its location.

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26-25-01 Cargo Compartment Fire


Extinguishing System

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 1

Maybe inoperative provided cargo compartment is


empty. (For ballast purposes, use of bags (made of
fiberglass or kevlar) of sand or ingots of non-magnetic
metals (such as lead) is acceptable).

PLACARD
Put a CARGO COMPARTMENT FIRE EXTINGUISHING SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard on the CARGO
FIREX panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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26-25-02 Cargo Compartment Fire


Extinguisher Squibs

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

One may be inoperative provided:


a) Cargo fire test is performed before each departure,
and
b) Repairs are made within three flight days.

C 4

All may be inoperative provided cargo compartment is


empty. (For ballast purposes, use of bags (made of
fiberglass or kevlar) of sand or ingots of nonmagnetic metals (such as lead) is acceptable).

PLACARD
Put a CARGO COMPARTMENT FIRE EXTINGUISHER NORMAL SQUIB (or STANDBY SQUIB)
(or STANDBY AND NORMAL SQUIBS) INOPERATIVE placard (as applicable) on the CARGO FIREX
panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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26-26-01 Lavatory Fire


Extinguishing System

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 1

(M)(O) May be inoperative provided lavatory Smoke


Detection System operates normally.

C 1

(M)(O) May be inoperative provided:


a) Lavatory waste receptacle is empty,
b) Lavatory door is locked CLOSED and placarded,
"INOPERATIVE - DO NOT ENTER",
c) Lavatory is not used by passengers for any
purpose, and
d) Lavatory is used only by aircraft crew.
NOTE: For the purpose of this item "aircraft crew"
is considered to be flight attendants,
aircraft maintenance engineers and
supervisory crew members.

D 1

(O) May be inoperative for non-passenger carrying


operations provided:
a) Aircraft crews are the only occupants of the
aircraft, and
b) Occupants are briefed as to which lavatory fire
extinguishing system(s) is/are inoperative.
NOTE 1: The above mentioned provisos are not
intended to preclude crew member lavatory
inspections which must be detailed in the
(O) procedures.
NOTE 2: For the purpose of this item "aircraft crew"
is considered to be flight attendants,
aircraft maintenance engineers and
supervisory crew members.

PLACARD
A. For an inoperative lavatory fire extinguishing system and an operative lavatory smoke detection
system, do as follows:
(1) Put a LAVATORY FIRE EXTINGUISHING SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard adjacent to the EICAS
primary display.
B. For an inoperative lavatory fire extinguishing system and an inoperative lavatory smoke
detection system, do as follows:
(1) Put a LAVATORY FIRE EXTINGUISHING SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard adjacent to the EICAS
primary display.
(2) Put an INOPERATIVE - DO NOT USE placard on the waste bin flap door.
(3) Put an INOPERATIVE DO NOT ENTER placard on the lavatory door.
C. For an inoperative lavatory fire extinguishing system and for a non-passenger carrying operation
(with category D relief), do as follows:
(1) Put a LAVATORY FIRE EXTINGUISHING SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard adjacent to the EICAS
primary display.
(2) Put an INOPERATIVE - DO NOT USE placard on the waste bin flap door.

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MAINTENANCE (M)
A. For an inoperative lavatory fire extinguishing system do as follows:
(1) Make sure that the lavatory smoke detection system operates normally, do the operational test of the
lavatory smoke detector system (refer to the AMM TASK 26-16-01-710-801).
B. For an inoperative lavatory fire extinguishing system and an inoperative lavatory smoke
detection system do as follows:
(1) In the lavatory, open the waste bin access door and make sure that the waste bin is empty.
(2) Close the waste bin access door.
(3) Close and lock the lavatory door.
OPERATIONS (O)
A. For an inoperative lavatory fire extinguishing system and an operative lavatory smoke detection
system, do as follows:
During flight
(1) Crew to establish a procedure to inspect the lavatory at a regular interval.
B. For an inoperative lavatory fire extinguishing system and an inoperative lavatory smoke
detection system do as follows:
During the pre flight cabin check
(1) Make sure that the lavatory waste bin is empty and that the lavatory is not used for any purpose, then
close and lock the lavatory door.
During flight
(2) Crew to establish a procedure to inspect the lavatory at a regular interval.
C. For non-passenger carrying operation (with category D relief), do as follows:
(1) Crew members have been briefed that lavatory fire extinguishing system is inoperative.
During flight
(2) Crew to establish a procedure to inspect the lavatory at a regular interval.

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27-12-01 Aileron Trim System

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

May be inoperative provided:


a) Autopilot is operative,
b) Both Power Crossflow SOVs are operative, and
c) Aileron Trim System is centered.

PLACARD
Put an AILERON TRIM SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard on the AILERON/RUDDER TRIM control panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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27-15-01 EICAS LH and RH Aileron


Control Surface Position
Indication

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 1

(M) May be inoperative provided visual inspection of


affected control surface for correct operation is made
before each departure.

PLACARD
Put an EICAS L (R) AILERON CONTROL SURFACE POSITION INDICATION INOPERATIVE placard
adjacent to the secondary EICAS display.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Before each flight
A. For an inoperative EICAS aileron control surface position indication, do a visual check of the
aileron control surface movement as follows:
NOTE: Two qualified persons are required for this check, one to move the controls in the cockpit, the
other to view the control surface movement.
(1) Energize the aircraft electrical power systems.
(2) Pressurize hydraulic system 3.
(3) Turn the pilots control wheel fully left.
(4) Make sure the left aileron control surface moves to the fully up position, and the right aileron control
surface moves to the fully down position.
(5) Turn the pilots control wheel fully right.
(6) Make sure the left aileron control surface moves to the fully down position, and the right aileron
control surface moves to the fully up position.
(7) Turn the pilots control wheel to the centered position.
(8) Make sure the left aileron control surface and the right aileron control surface are neutral.
(9) Remove the hydraulic pressure from system 3.
(10) Remove electrical power from the aircraft.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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27-15-02 Aileron Flutter Dampers

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

(O) One per surface may indicate


low reservoir fluid provided:
a) Each individual PCU is
verified operative prior to
further flight, and
b) Repairs are made within one
flight day.

PLACARD
Put an AILERON FLUTTER DAMPER RESERVOIR FLUID LOW placard below the EICAS secondary
display.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
**ON AIRCRAFT WITHOUT EICAS 2000
A. For a flutter damper low reservoir fluid indication (as indicated by an EICAS FLUTTER DAMP
FAIL status message), do as follows:
**ON AIRCRAFT WITH EICAS 2000
B. For a flutter damper low reservoir fluid indication (as indicated by an EICAS FLUTTER DAMPER
status message), do as follows:
**ON ALL AIRCRAFT
(1) Make sure that the aircraft has AC electrical power.
(2) Do an aileron control check as follows:
NOTE: Do this check two times, once with the hydraulic system 1 and 2 pressurized and again with
only the hydraulic system 3 pressurized. This will make sure that the PCUs for each aileron
are checked individually.
(a) Pressurize the hydraulic systems 1 and 2 (or 3).
(b) On the EICAS control panel push the F/CTL discrete button.
(c) Turn the pilots control wheel fully left and then fully right, make sure that the aileron
movement is smooth and continuous. Release the control wheel, make sure that it returns
back to neutral.
NOTE: Monitor the EICAS secondary display for the indications in the next step.
(d) On the EICAS secondary display, make sure that the aileron indication moves to LWD then
to RWD then back to neutral.
(e) If the EICAS aileron control surface position indication is inoperative, establish an alternate
visual procedure to make sure that the aileron surface has full free movement up and
down.
NOTE: Use personnel as required to do the visual check. Use an external headset or a
suitable communication procedure to communicate to the flight deck.
(f) Do this check again with only the hydraulic system 3 pressurized.
(3) Configure the aircraft for flight.

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27-24-01 EICAS Rudder Control


Surface Position Indication

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 1

(M) May be inoperative provided visual inspection of


affected control surface for correct operation is made
before each departure.

PLACARD
Put an EICAS RUDDER CONTROL SURFACE POSITION INDICATION INOPERATIVE placard below the
secondary EICAS display.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Before each departure
A. For an inoperative EICAS rudder control surface position indication, do a visual check of the rudder
control surface movement as follows:
(1) Establish communication between flight deck and ground crew.
NOTE: Two qualified persons are required for the subsequent steps, one to move the controls in the
cockpit and the other, to view the control surface movement.
(2) Energize the aircraft electrical power systems.
(3) Pressurize hydraulic system 3.
(4) Make sure that the rudder moves smoothly and continuously as follows:
(a) Inside the cockpit, announce "pushing left rudder pedal" to the person outside the aircraft.
(b) Inside the cockpit, push the pilots left rudder pedal forward very slowly to its maximum.
(c) Inside the cockpit, make sure that the left rudder pedal moves smoothly and continuously.
(d) Outside the aircraft, make sure that the rudder moves freely to the left.
(e) Inside the cockpit, announce "left rudder pedal pushed to its maximum" to the person outside the
aircraft.
(f) Outside the aircraft, make sure that the rudder has stopped at the same time it was announced by
the cockpit.
(g) Inside the cockpit, announce "pushing right rudder pedal" to the person outside the aircraft.
(h) Inside the cockpit, push the pilots right rudder pedal forward very slowly to its maximum.
(i) Inside the cockpit, make sure that the right rudder pedal moves smoothly and continuously.
(j) Outside the aircraft, make sure that the rudder moves freely to the right.
(k) Inside the cockpit, announce "right rudder pedal pushed to its maximum"to the person outside the
aircraft.
(l) Outside the aircraft, make sure that the rudder has stopped at the same time it was announced by
the cockpit.
(5) Inside the cockpit, release the rudder pedals to a neutral position.
(6) Remove the hydraulic pressure from system 3.
(7) Remove electrical power from the aircraft.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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27-24-02 Rudder Pedal Adjustment


Systems

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 2

(O) One may be inoperative provided:


a) Pedals are in position acceptable to affected crew
member,
b) EICAS Rudder Control Surface Position Indication
is operative, and
c) Rudder and brake pedals are checked for full and
unrestricted movement at both pilot stations.

PLACARD
Put a L and/or R RUDDER PEDAL ADJUSTMENT SYSTEM(S) INOPERATIVE placard above the
STANDBY ATTITUDE INDICATOR.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
For an inoperative rudder pedal adjustment system, do as follows at both pilot stations:
(1) On the EICAS Control Panel (ECP), push the F/CTL pushbutton to get access to the FLIGHT
CONTROLS synoptic page on the EICAS secondary page.
(2) Make sure that the pilot and co-pilot rudder pedals move fully and are not restricted in their movement
as follows:
(a) Look at the FLIGHT CONTROL synoptic page.
(b) Push on the left rudder pedal to its maximum deflection.
(c) On FLIGHT CONTROL synoptic page, make sure that the Rudder Position Indicator shows that the
rudder deflects to the left with freedom and at full range.
(d) Push on the right rudder pedal to its maximum deflection.
(e) On FLIGHT CONTROL synoptic page, make sure that the Rudder Position Indicator shows that the
rudder deflects to the right with freedom and at full range.
(3) On the ECP, push the STAT pushbutton to go back to the EICAS secondary page.

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27-34-01 EICAS Elevator Control


Surface Position Indication

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 1

(M) May be inoperative provided visual inspection of


affected control surface for correct operation is
made before each departure.

PLACARD
Put an EICAS ELEVATOR CONTROL SURFACE POSITION INDICATION INOPERATIVE placard below
the secondary EICAS display.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Before each departure
A. Do a visual check of the elevator control surface movement as follows:
(1) Establish communication between flight deck and ground crew.
NOTE: Two qualified persons are required for the subsequent steps, one to move the controls in the
cockpit and the other, to view the control surface movement.
(2) Energize the aircraft electrical power systems.
(3) Pressurize hydraulic system 3.
(4) Makes sure that the elevator moves smoothly and continuously as follows:
(a) Inside the cockpit, announce "pulling control column" to the person outside the aircraft.
(b) Inside the cockpit, pull the pilots control column very slowly to its maximum.
(c) Inside the cockpit, make sure that the control column moves smoothly and continuously.
(d) Outside the aircraft, make sure that the elevator moves up freely.
(e) Inside the cockpit, announce "control column pulled to its maximum" to the person outside the
aircraft.
(f) Outside the aircraft, make sure that the elevator has stopped at the same time it was announced by
the cockpit.
(g) Inside the cockpit, announce "pushing control column" to the person outside the aircraft.
(h) Inside the cockpit, push the pilots control column very slowly to its maximum.
(i) Inside the cockpit, make sure that the control column moves smoothly and continuously.
(j) Outside the aircraft, make sure that the elevator moves down freely.
(k) Inside the cockpit, announce "control column pushed to its maximum" to the person outside the
aircraft.
(l) Outside the aircraft, make sure that the elevator has stopped at the same time it was announced by
the cockpit.
(5) Inside the cockpit, release the control column to a neutral position.
(6) Remove the hydraulic pressure from system 3.
(7) Remove electrical power from the aircraft.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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27-35-01 Stall Warning Switch


Lights (light function only)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 2

(O) May be inoperative provided shaker and pusher are


checked operative prior to each flight.

PLACARD
Put a "STALL" LIGHT INOPERATIVE placard on the pilot (or co-pilot) STALL WARNING Switch/Light (as
applicable), located on the pilot (or co-pilot) SWITCH/LIGHT panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Before each flight
For an inoperative stall warning switch/light (light function only), do as follows:
(1) Do the operational test of the stall protection system
(refer to the flight crew operating manual (FCOM) 03-04-30).
(2) Make sure that the stick shaker and the stick pusher are operative.
NOTE: Only one STALL light will be flashing when you do the test.

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27-51-01 Flap Electronic Control


Unit (FECU) Channels
1. A/c without ModSum
TC601R15447 or
TC601R15318
A. Flap Power Drive Unit
(PDU) Motors
2. A/c with ModSum
TC601R15447 or
TC601R15318

A. Flap Power Drive Unit


(PDU) Motors

C 2

May be inoperative provided Flap Power Drive Unit


Motor on the opposite side is operative.
NOTE: Flap will operate at half speed.

NOTE: Flap will operate at half speed

C 2

May be inoperative provided:


a) Flap Power Drive Unit Motor on the opposite side is
operative, and
b) Skew Detection System is considered inoperative.
NOTE: Flap will operate at half speed.

C 2

(M) May be inoperative provided:


a) Flap Power Drive Unit Motor on the opposite side is
operative, and
b) Skew Detection System is verified operative before
each flight.
NOTE: Flap will operate at half speed.

May be inoperative provided Skew Detection System is


considered inoperative.
NOTE: Flap will operate at half speed.

(M) May be inoperative provided Skew Detection


System is verified operative before each flight.
NOTE: Flap will operate at half speed.

PLACARD
Put a FECU CHANNEL INOPERATIVE placard beside the FLAP CONTROL LEVER.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Before each flight, do as follows:
(1) Press the BIT pushbutton skew detection unit (SDU) on the front panel for at least 0.5 second.
NOTE: The IBIT, when in progress, is characterized by flashing all the SDU front panel LEDs one at a
time in sequence. This acts as both visual confirmation and a LED test. The duration of the
IBIT is approximately 8 seconds.
(2) Make sure that the IBIT concludes by illuminating the BIT PASSED LED, and both CH1 and CH2
FECU POWER LEDs, indicating all SDU functions are verified to be satisfactory.
NOTE: If the IBIT fails, the BIT FAILED shall illuminate along with the associated LED of all detected
faults. In this case, the aircraft can be dispatched provided the respective skew detection
system inoperative dispatch limitations are imposed in addition to the current dispatch
limitations.
OPERATIONS (O)
A. Not required.
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27-51-03 Skew Detection System


(with ModSum
TC601R15447 or
TC601R15318)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 1

(M)(O) May be inoperative provided:


a) System is deactivated, and
b) Flaps are visually checked before each flight.

(M)(O) May be inoperative provided:


a) System reset is performed before each flight,
b) Flaps are visually checked before each flight, and
c) EICAS "FLAPS FAIL" caution message is not
displayed.
NOTE 1: On the aircraft without ModSum
TC601R15059 or TC601R15010 (Non
EICAS 2000), flap will operate at half
speed.
NOTE 2: On the aircraft with ModSum TC601R15059
or TC601R15010 (EICAS 2000), flap
may operate at half speed if the Skew
Detection System DC power supply fails.

PLACARD
Put a SKEW DETECTION SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard beside the FLAP CONTROL LEVER.
MAINTENANCE (M)
A. Deactivate the skew detection system as follows:
(1) Deactivate the skew detection system (refer to TASK 27-51-15-040-801).
Before each flight
B. To reset the skew detection system, do as follows:
(1) Reset the flap system by cycling the circuit breakers CB1-F4 and CB2-F4.
NOTE: Do not reset the skew detection system (SDS) via the skew detection unit (SDU) front panel.
C. When a "FLAP FAIL" caution message shows on the EICAS primary page during flight, do the
procedure that follows after landing:
(1) Check that there have been no other "FLAP FAIL" caution messages reported within the previous 72
hours.
(2) If a previous message has been reported, prior to further flight, do the actions required in the sub-item
D of the Maintenance Procedure. If no previous "FLAP FAIL" caution message has been reported,
continue as follows:
(a) Carry out an external visual check of each outboard flap for evidence of twisting, skewing or
abnormal deformation (reference Figure 1 and 2 of this Maintenance (M) procedure).
(b) If there is no evidence of twisting, skewing, or abnormal deformation, do as follows:
1 Reset the flap system ONLY ONCE by cycling circuit breakers CB1-F4 and CB2-F4.
2 If the system does not reset (i.e. "FLAPS FAIL" caution message is still posted) prior to further
flight, do the actions required in the sub-item D of the Maintenance Procedure.
3 If the system resets, cycle the flaps to 45 degrees and back to 0 degrees. Continued flap
operation for up to a maximum of 72 hours is then permitted as long as no additional "FLAPS
FAIL" caution message is indicated.
4 If an additional "FLAPS FAIL" caution message occurs within the period of 72 hours, as
specified above, prior to further flight, do the actions required in the sub-item D of the
Maintenance Procedure.
5 Within 72 hours, even if no further "FLAP FAIL" caution messages have been indicated, do the
actions required in the sub-item D of the Maintenance Procedure.
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(c) If there is evidence of twisting, skewing, or abnormal deformation, prior to further flight, do the
actions required in the sub-item D of the Maintenance Procedure.
D. Whenever the outboard flap position indicator is outside the "GO" range as shown in Figure 2 of
the maintenance procedure, or whenever directed so by the sub-item C of the Maintenance
Procedure, do as follows:
(1) Interrogate the flap electronic control unit (FECU) per Fault Isolation Manual, Section 27-50-00,
"Flaps Fault Isolation," and rectify as applicable.
(2) Visually check each flap for evidence of twisting, skewing or abnormal deformation.
(a) If there is no evidence of twisting, skewing or abnormal deformation, manually isolate any
jammed, disconnected, or dragging component; and rectify all discrepant conditions.
(b) If there is evidence of twisting, skewing or abnormal deformation, replace both actuators and any
discrepant flap panel with new or serviceable components. In addition, inspect flexible shaft(s)
inboard of the most outboard actuator removed for discrepancies, and replace any discrepant
flexible shaft with a new or serviceable flexible shaft.
NOTE: An acceptable procedure for testing of the flap drive breakaway input torque is detailed
in the Aircraft Maintenance Manual, TASK 27-53-00-750-802.

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OPERATIONS (O)
A. Before each flight, do as follows:
(1) Set the flaps to takeoff position before dispatch.
(2) Carry out an external visual check (from outside the aircraft) for evidence of twisting, skewing, or
abnormal deformation using the information given in Figure 1 and 2 of the Maintenance (M) procedure.
NOTE: If the outboard flap position is outside the go "GO" range as shown in Figure 2 of the
Maintenance (M) procedure, further flight is prohibited until the required maintenance is
accomplished.
(3) If any additional flap position change is necessary before takeoff, the visual checks of 3.A.(2) must be
repeated.
B. In flight, do as follows:
(1) To minimize a possible flap twist in flight, when operating the flaps, operate the flap selector
sequentially, stopping at each setting, i.e., 0 degrees, 8 degrees (if applicable), 20 degrees, 30
degrees, and 45 degrees, or reverse order, and waiting for the flaps to reach that position before
selecting the next setting. Monitor the control wheel for abnormal control wheel angles during each
flap position transition. This procedure is not applicable during a go-around or during any emergency
aircraft handling procedure where prompt flap retraction is required. In these cases, follow the
applicable AFM procedures.
(2) For the purposes of training, touch-and-go procedures must be done using flaps at 20 degrees for the
entire procedure. The minimum landing distance available must be 1.25 times the factored landing
distance for flaps at 45 degrees.
NOTE: When flaps are extended to 20 degrees, reduce the speed limit to 215 KIAS.
C. For a subsequent inflight failure, do as follows:
(1) If abnormal aileron control wheel angles develop during flap operation with the autopilot on, or the
aircraft rolls without pilot input with the autopilot off (with or without a "FLAPS FAIL" caution message),
do as follows:
(a) If flaps are being extended, immediately return the flaps to the previously selected position, e.g., if
flaps are selected from 8 degrees to 20 degrees, re-select 8 degrees.
(b) If flaps are being retracted, leave the flap selector in the currently selected position, e.g., if flaps are
selected from 20 degrees to 8 degrees, leave selector at 8 degrees.
(c) Do not attempt to operate the flaps any further.
(d) If engaged, disconnect the autopilot.
NOTE: Anticipate an out-of-trim situation and hold the aileron control wheel in its current position
when disconnecting the autopilot.
(e) For landing, carry out the "Flaps Failure" procedure and add the following conditions:
1 If an abnormal aileron control wheel angle to the left develops, do not land with a crosswind
component from the left of greater than 20 knots.
2 If an abnormal aileron control wheel angle to the right develops, do not land with a crosswind
component from the right of greater than 20 knots.
(f) After landing do not attempt to retract the flaps. Contact the person responsible for maintenance.
(2) Whenever a "FLAPS FAIL" caution message occurs while the flaps are moving to selected position do
as follows:
NOTE: It is not necessary to carry out the following procedure if a "FLAPS FAIL" caution message
occurs with no concurrent flap movement to a selected position.
(a) Carry out an external visual check of each outboard flap for evidence of twisting, skewing, or
abnormal deformation.

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(b) If there is evidence of twisting, skewing, or abnormal deformation prior to further flight, maintenance
action in accordance with Paragraph 2.C. is required.
(c) If there is no evidence of twisting, skewing, or abnormal deformation, do as follows:
1 Reset the flap system by cycling circuit breakers CB1-F4 and CB2-F4.
2 If the system does not reset, i.e., the "FLAPS FAIL" caution message is still posted, before further
flight, maintenance action in accordance with Paragraph 2.C. is required.
3 If the system resets, cycle the flaps to 45 degrees and back to 0 degrees. Inform maintenance
personnel to schedule the maintenance action identified in Paragraph 2.C. to be performed within
100 hours of flight time.
4 If a further "FLAPS FAIL" caution message occurs during the flap position selection prior to
performing the scheduled maintenance identified in the Maintenance Procedure, repeat
3.C.(2)(a)3 prior to further flight.

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27-54-01 Flap Position


Potentiometers
1. A/C without ModSum
TC601R15447 or
TC601R15318

C 2

(M) May be inoperative provided affected potentiometer


is deactivated.

A. L/H

C 1

(M) May be inoperative provided:


a) Affected protentiometer is deactivated,
b) R/H Flap PositionPotentiometer is operative, and
c) Skew Detection System is considered inoperative.

B. R/H

C 1

(M) May be inoperative provided:


a) Affected potentiometer is deactivated, and
b) L/H Flap Position Potentiometer is operative.

2. A/C with ModSum


TC601R15447 or
TC601R15318

PLACARD
A. Put a FLAP POSITION POTENTIOMETER INOPERATIVE placard below the primary EICAS display.
MAINTENANCE (M)
For an inoperative flap position potentiometer, do as follows:
(1) Do the procedure to deactivate the flap position potentiometer
(refer to the AMM TASK 27-54-00-040-801).
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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27-60-01 EICAS Ground Spoilers


Control Surface Position
Indications

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 4

(M) Any may be inoperative provided:


a) GLD auto and manual modes are visually verified
operative prior to each flight, and
b) GLD spoilers are verified stowed prior to each flight.

1. PLACARD
A. Put a GROUND SPOILERS EICAS CONTROL SURFACE INDICATION INOPERATIVE
placard below the secondary EICAS display.
2. MAINTENANCE (M)
WARNING: MAKE SURE THAT THERE ARE NO PERSONS OR EQUIPMENT ON OR NEAR THE
FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES. ACCIDENTAL MOVEMENT OF THE FLIGHT
CONTROLS CAN CAUSE INJURIES TO PERSONNEL AND/OR DAMAGE TO THE
EQUIPMENT.
Before each take-off
A. Do a visual check of the ground spoiler operation in the GLD auto and manual mode as
follows:
NOTE: Two qualified persons are required for this check, one to move the controls in the
cockpit, the other to view the control surface movement.
NOTE: In the procedure that follows, the ground spoiler control surfaces are referred to as
the spoilers.
(1) Energize the aircraft electrical power systems.
(2) Make sure that both of the engine thrust levers are at IDLE.
(3) Make sure that the flight spoiler control lever is at the 0 position.
(4) On the SPOILERS control panel, make sure that the GND LIFT DUMPING switch is at AUTO.
**ON AIRCRAFT WITH SINGLE RADIO ALTIMETER
(5) On the pilots primary flight display (PFD), make sure that the radio altitude is shown at less than 5 feet.
**ON AIRCRAFT WITH DUAL RADIO ALTIMETERS
(6) On the pilots and the copilots primary flight displays (PFD), make sure that the radio altitude is shown
at less than 5 feet.
**ON ALL AIRCRAFT
(7) Pressurize hydraulic systems 1, 2 and 3.
(8) Make sure that the spoilers are retracted.
(9) On the SPOILERS control panel, put the GND LIFT DUMPING switch to MAN ARM, make sure that the
spoilers extend.
(10) On the SPOILERS control panel, put the GND LIFT DUMPING switch to AUTO, make sure that the
spoilers retract.
**ON AIRCRAFT WITH SINGLE RADIO ALTIMETER
(11) On the pilots AIR DATA REFERENCE panel, press and hold the RA TEST switch for
10 seconds and then release it. Make sure that all of the spoilers stay retracted.
**ON AIRCRAFT WITH DUAL RADIO ALTIMETERS
(12) On the pilots and the copilots AIR DATA REFERENCE panels, press and hold both of the RA TEST
switches at the same time for 10 seconds and then release. Make sure that all of the spoilers stay
retracted.
**ON ALL AIRCRAFT
(13) Move both of the engine thrust levers to MAX POWER, then back to IDLE. Make sure that all of the
spoilers extend.
(14) After 40 seconds, make sure that the spoilers retract automatically.

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(15) On the SPOILERS control panel, put the GND LIFT DUMPING switch to MAN ARM, make sure that
the spoilers extend.
(16) Move the right thrust lever to between IDLE and MAX POWER, make sure that all of the spoilers
retract.
(17) Move the right thrust lever to IDLE, make sure that all of the spoilers extend.
(18) Move the left thrust lever to between IDLE and MAX POWER, make sure that all of the spoilers retract.
(19) Move the left thrust lever to IDLE, make sure that all of the spoilers extend.
**ON AIRCRAFT WITH DUAL RADIO ALTIMETERS
(20) Open the circuit breaker that follows:
CB PANEL
CBP-1

CB NO.
K7

NAME
RAD ALT 1

ZONE
221

(21) Monitor the spoilers for a minimum of 15 seconds, make sure that they stay extended.
(22) Open the circuit breaker that follows:
CB PANEL
CBP-2

CB NO.
L1

NAME
RAD ALT 2

ZONE
222

(23) Monitor the spoilers, make sure that they retract within 15 seconds.
(24) Close the circuit breaker that follows:
CB PANEL
CBP-1

CB NO.
K7

NAME
RAD ALT 1

ZONE
222

(25) Make sure that all of the spoilers extend after 5 seconds.
(26) Close the circuit breaker that follows:
CB PANEL
CBP-2

CB NO.
L1

NAME
RAD ALT 2

ZONE
222

(27) Make sure that all of the spoilers stay extended.


**ON ALL AIRCRAFT
(28) On the SPOILERS control panel, put the GND LIFT DUMPING switch to MAN DISARM, make sure
that all of the spoilers retract and remain in the stowed position.
(29) On the EICAS secondary display, make sure that the GLD MAN DISARM advisory message is shown.
(30) On the SPOILERS control panel, put the GND LIFT DUMPING switch to AUTO. On the EICAS
secondary display, make sure that the GLD MAN DISARM advisory message is not shown.
(31) Remove the hydraulic pressure from systems 1, 2 and 3.
(32) Remove electrical power from the aircraft.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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27-62-01 Spoiler Electronic Control


Unit (SECU) Channels
1. Flight Spoiler Channels

(M) (O) One may be inoperative provided:


a) INBD and OUTBD Ground Spoilers are verified
operative prior to each flight,
b) Flight spoilers are verified operative prior to each
flight,
c) EICAS "R/L FLIGHT SPOILER" "FLIGHT
SPOILERS" and "FLIGHT SPOILER DEPLOY"
caution messages are not displayed, and
d) T/O Configuration Warning System is verified
operative before first flight each day.

2. Ground Spoiler
Channels

(O) One per SECU may be inoperative provided:


a) INBD and OUTBD Ground Spoilers are verified
operative prior to each flight, and
b) T/O Configuration Warning System is verified
operative before first flight each day.

3. Spoileron Channels

(M)(O) One may be inoperative provided:


a) Spoilerons are verified operative prior to each
flight,
b) Remaining SECU Spoileron Channel is controlled
by SECU p/n 49-164-05, 49-164-07 or 49-16421,
c) EICAS "SPOILERONS ROLL", "SPOILERONS"
and "R/L SPOILERON" caution messages are
not displayed,
d) T/O Configuration Warning System is verified
operative before first flight each day, and
e) Repairs are made within three flight days.

PLACARD
For an inoperative SECU channel, placard the affected system as follows:
(1) Put a FLIGHT SPOILER SYSTEM CHANNEL INOPERATIVE placard on the SPOILERS panel.
(2) Put a GROUND SPOILER SYSTEM CHANNEL INOPERATIVE placard on the SPOILERS panel.
(3) Put a SPOILERON SYSTEM CHANNEL INOPERATIVE placard on the SPOILERS panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
A. For an inoperative flight spoiler SECU channel, do as follows:
(1) Energize the aircraft electrical power systems.
(2) Make sure the flight spoiler control lever is in the RETRACT position.
(3) Pressurize the hydraulic systems 1, 2 and 3.
(4) Make sure that the L (R) FLT SPLR, FLT SPLRS, and FLT SPLR DEPLOY caution messages do not
show on the EICAS secondary page.
(5) Remove the pressure from hydraulic systems 1, 2 and 3.
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(6) Remove electrical power from the aircraft.


B. For an inoperative spoileron SECU channel, do as follows:
(1) Energize the aircraft electrical power systems.
(2) Make sure the control wheel is centered and the flight spoiler control lever is in the RETRACT position.
(3) Pressurize the hydraulic systems 1, 2 and 3.
(4) Make sure that the SPOILERONS ROLL, SPOILERONS and L(R) SPOILERON caution messages do
not show on the EICAS secondary page.
(5) Remove the pressure from hydraulic systems 1, 2 and 3.
(6) Remove electrical power from the aircraft.
OPERATIONS (O)
Before each flight
A. Do an inboard and outboard ground spoilers system check as follows:
NOTE: A ground spoiler fault in SECU 1 will give a OB GND SPLR FAULT status message, a ground
spoiler fault in SECU 2 will give a IB GND SPLR FAULT status message.
(1) Make sure the aircraft has AC electrical power and hydraulic systems No. 1 and 2 are pressurized.
(2) On the EICAS control panel (ECP) press the F/CTL pushbutton to get access to the FLIGHT
CONTROL synoptic page.
(3) On the SPOILERS/THRUST REVERSER panel, set the GND LIFT DUMPING switch to the MAN ARM
position to extend the inboard and outboard ground spoilers.
(4) Make sure that the applicable ground spoilers indicators fully extend on the synoptic FLIGHT
CONTROL page.
(5) Move the GND LIFT DUMPING switch to the AUTO position.
(6) Make sure the applicable ground spoilers indicators retract on the synoptic FLIGHT CONTROL page.
(7) Push the STAT pushbutton to go back to the EICAS secondary page.
B. Do a flight spoilers system check as follows:
(1) Make sure the aircraft has AC electrical power and hydraulic systems No. 1, 2 and 3 are pressurized.
(2) Move the flight spoilers control lever to the MAX position.
(3) Make sure that the flight spoilers deploy.
(4) Move the flight spoilers control lever to the 0 position.
(5) Make sure that the flight spoilers retract.
NOTE: If the FLT SPLRS FAULT status message goes out of view when the flight spoilers are
deployed, and shows again when the flight spoilers are retracted, the fault is due to an out of
range flight spoiler PCU spool LVDT. Thus, refer to MEL/DDG item 27-62-03 - Spoileron PCUs.
C. Do a spoileron check as follows:
(1) Make sure the aircraft has AC electrical power and hydraulic systems No. 1, 2 and 3 are pressurized.
(2) Move the control wheel fully clockwise.
(3) Make sure that the right spoileron deploys.
(4) Move the control wheel fully counterclockwise.
(5) Make sure that the right spoileron retracts and the left spoileron deploys.
(6) Return the control wheel to the neutral position.
(7) Make sure that the left spoileron retracts.
NOTE: If the SPOILERONS FAULT status message goes out of view when a spoileron is deployed,
and shows again when the spoileron is retracted, then the fault is due to an out of range
spoileron PCU spool LVDT. Thus, refer to MMEL/DDG item 27-62-03 - Spoileron PCUs.

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Before first flight of the day (engines running and hydraulic systems pressurized)
D. Do a take-off configuration warning system check as follows:
(1) Make sure that the T/O CONFIG OK advisory message shows on the EICAS secondary page.
(2) If the T/O CONFIG OK advisory message does not show, move the rotary switch to EICAS on the
pilots REVERSIONARY panel.
(3) Make sure the T/O CONFIG OK advisory message shows on the MFD 1.
NOTE: If the T/O CONFIG OK advisory message shows on one of the two displays, the take-off
configuration warning system is operative.
(4) Move the rotary switch to the NORM position.
(5) If the T/O CONFIG OK advisory message does not show, do a check of the take-off configuration
warning system as follows:
NOTE: The aural warning will sound and the MASTER WARNING lights will come on during this
procedure.
(a) Configure the airplane as follows:
1 Flaps not in take-off position.
2 All spoilers not in take-off position.
3 Horizontal stabilizer outside of take-off range.
4 Parking brake set.
5 Rudder trim outside of take-off range.
6 Aileron trim outside of take-off range.
7 Autopilot engaged.
8 Thrust levers, advance slowly until N1 > 70 %.
(b) On the EICAS primary display, check that the warning messages that follow are shown:
- CONFIG AILERON
- CONFIG AP
- CONFIG FLAPS
- CONFIG RUDDER
- CONFIG SPLRS
- CONFIG STAB
- PARKING BRAKE
(c) Slowly retard thrust levers to IDLE.
(6) Configure the aircraft for flight.

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27-62-02 Flight Spoiler PCUs

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

(M)(O) One Flight Spoiler PCU per surface may be


inoperative provided:
a) INBD and OUTBD Ground Spoilers are confirmed
operative prior to each flight,
b) Flight spoilers are confirmed operative prior to
each flight,
c) Both SECU Channels are operative,
d) EICAS "R/L FLIGHT SPOILER" "FLIGHT
SPOILERS" and "FLIGHT SPOILER DEPLOY"
caution messages are not displayed, and
e) T/O Configuration Warning System is verified
operative before first flight each day.

PLACARD
Put a FLIGHT SPOILER PCU INOPERATIVE placard on the SPOILERS panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
WARNING: MAKE SURE THAT THERE ARE NO PERSONS OR EQUIPMENT ON OR NEAR THE
FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES. ACCIDENTAL MOVEMENT OF THE FLIGHT CONTROLS
CAN CAUSE INJURIES TO PERSONNEL AND/OR DAMAGE TO THE EQUIPMENT.
For an inoperative flight spoiler PCU, do the following:
NOTE: Two qualified persons are required for this check, one to move the controls in the cockpit, the other
to view the control surface movement.
(1) Energize the aircraft electrical power systems.
(2) Make sure the flight spoiler control lever is in the RETRACT position
(3) Pressurize the hydraulic systems 1, 2 and 3.
(4) Open the SECU circuit breakers CB4-A3, CB2-N8, CB1-N8 and CB4-A2.
(5) Remove the pressure from hydraulic system 1. Do a visual check to make sure that the affected flight
spoiler surface remains retracted with the trailing edge of the spoiler panel straight against the flap.
(6) Pressurize the hydraulic system 1.
(7) Remove the pressure from hydraulic system 2. Do a visual check to make sure that the affected flight
spoiler surface remains retracted with the trailing edge of the spoiler panel straight against the flap.
(8) Pressurize the hydraulic system 2, and close the SECU circuit breakers CB4-A3, CB2-N8, CB1-N8 and
CB4-A2.
(9) Move the flight spoiler control lever to the MAX position then back to the full RETRACT position. Make
sure that the affected spoiler operates correctly (spoiler should move proportionally to flight spoiler
control lever input).
(10) On the EICAS primary display, make sure that the FLT SPLRS and FLT SPLR DEPLOY caution
messages are not shown.
(11) Remove the hydraulic pressure from systems 1, 2 and 3.
(12) Remove electrical power from the aircraft.
OPERATIONS (O)
Before each flight
For an inoperative flight spoiler PCU, do the following:
(1) Do an inboard and outboard ground spoilers system check as follows:
(a) Make sure the aircraft has AC electrical power and hydraulic systems No. 1 and 2 are pressurized.
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(b) On the EICAS control panel press the F/CTL discrete button.
(c) On the SPOILERS/THRUST REVERSER panel, move the GND LIFT DUMPING switch to the
MAN ARM position to extend the inboard and outboard ground spoilers.
(d) On the EICAS secondary display, make sure the applicable ground spoilers indicate fully extended.
(e) Move the GND LIFT DUMPING switch to the AUTO position, make sure the applicable ground
spoilers retract.
(2) Do a flight spoilers system check as follows:
(a) Make sure the aircraft has AC electrical power and hydraulic systems No. 1, 2 and 3 are
pressurized.
(b) Move the flight spoilers control lever to the MAX position, make sure that the flight spoilers deploy.
(c) Move the flight spoilers control lever to the 0 position, make sure that the flight spoilers retract.
(d) If the FLT SPLR FAULT message goes out of view when the flight spoilers are deployed, and
comes into view again when the flight spoilers are retracted, the fault is due to an out of range
flight spoiler PCU spool LVDT.
NOTE: This condition does not jeopardize aircraft performance or safety. Aircraft can be declared
serviceable and MMEL relief is not required.
Before the first flight of each day (engines running and hydraulic systems pressurized)
(3) Do a take-off configuration warning system check as follows:
(a) On the EICAS secondary display, make sure the T/O CONFIG OK advisory message is shown.
(b) If the T/O CONFIG OK advisory message is not shown, on the pilots REVERSIONARY panel,
move the rotary switch to EICAS.
(c) On the MFD 1, make sure the T/O CONFIG OK advisory message is shown. Move the rotary
switch to the NORM position.
NOTE: If the T/O CONFIG OK advisory message is displayed on one of the two displays, the takeoff configuration warning system is operative.
(4) If the T/O CONFIG OK advisory message is not shown, do a check of the take-off configuration
warning system as follows:
NOTE: The aural warning will sound and the MASTER WARNING lights will come on during this
procedure.
(a) Configure the airplane as follows:
1 Flaps not in take-off position.
2 All spoilers not in take-off position.
3 Horizontal stabilizer outside of take-off range.
4 Parking brake set.
5 Rudder trim outside of take-off range.
6 Aileron trim outside of take-off range.
7 Autopilot engaged.
8 Thrust levers, advance slowly until N1 > 70 %.
(b) On the EICAS primary display, check that the warning messages that follow are shown:
- CONFIG AILERON
- CONFIG AP
- CONFIG FLAPS
- CONFIG RUDDER
- CONFIG SPLRS
- CONFIG STAB
- PARKING BRAKE
(c) Slowly retard thrust levers to IDLE.
(5) Configure the aircraft for flight.
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27-62-03 Spoileron PCUs

(M)(O) One per surface may be inoperative provided:


a) Spoilerons are verified operative prior to each flight,
b) One spoileron PCU per surface is controlled by
SECU p/n 49-164-05, 49-164-07 or 49-164-21,
c) EICAS "SPOILERONS ROLL", "SPOILERONS",and
"R/L SPOILERON" caution messages are not
displayed,
d) T/O Configuration Warning System is verified
operative before first flight each day, and
e) Repairs are made within three flight days.

PLACARD
Put a SPOILERON PCU INOPERATIVE placard on the SPOILERS panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
NOTE: Module A of SECU 1 controls the outboard spoileron PCUs and module A of SECU 2 controls the
inboard spoileron PCUs.
For an inoperative spoileron PCU, do as follows:
(1) Energize the aircraft electrical power systems.
(2) Make sure the control wheel is centered and the flight spoiler control lever is in the RETRACT position.
(3) Pressurize the hydraulic systems 1, 2, and 3.
(4) Make sure that the SPOILERONS ROLL, SPOILERONS and L/R SPOILERON caution messages do
not show on the EICAS secondary page.
(5) For a left spoileron PCU failure, do as follows:
(a) Open the circuit breakers that follow:
CB PANEL
CBP-1
CBP-2
CBP-3
CBP-4

CB NO
N8
N8
A2
A3

NAME
SECU 1
SECU 2
SECU 1A
SECU 2B

ZONE
221
222
222
222

(b) Remove the pressure from hydraulic system 1.


(c) Have a qualified person do a visual check to make sure that the affected spoileron surface remains
retracted with the trailing edge of the spoileron panel straight against the flap shroud structure.
(d) Pressurize the hydraulic system 1.
(e) Remove the pressure from hydraulic system 3.
(f) Have a qualified person do a visual check to make sure that the affected spoileron surface remains
retracted with the trailing edge of the spoileron panel straight against the flap shroud structure.
(g) Pressurize the hydraulic system 3.
(h) Close the circuit breakers that follow:

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CB PANEL
CBP-1
CBP-2
CBP-3
CBP-4

CB NO
N8
N8
A2
A3

NAME
SECU 1
SECU 2
SECU 1A
SECU 2B

ZONE
221
222
222
222

(i) Cycle spoilerons (using control wheel) and make sure that the affected spoileron operates correctly
(spoileron should move proportionally to control wheel input).
(j) Remove the pressure from hydraulic systems 1, 2, and 3.
(k) Remove electrical power from the aircraft.
(6) For a right spoileron PCU failure, do as follows:
(a) Open the circuit breakers that follow:
CB PANEL
CBP-1
CBP-2
CBP-3
CBP-4

CB NO
N8
N8
A2
A3

NAME
SECU 1
SECU 2
SECU 1A
SECU 2B

ZONE
221
222
222
222

(b) Remove the pressure from hydraulic system 2.


(c) Have a qualified person do a visual check to make sure that the affected spoileron surface remains
retracted with the trailing edge of the spoileron panel straight against the flap shroud structure.
(d) Pressurize the hydraulic system 2.
(e) Remove the pressure from hydraulic system 3.
(f) Have a qualified person do a visual check to make sure that the affected spoileron surface remains
retracted with the trailing edge of the spoileron panel straight against the flap shroud structure.
(g) Pressurize the hydraulic system 3.
(h) Close the circuit breakers that follow:
CB PANEL
CBP-1
CBP-2
CBP-3
CBP-4

CB NO
N8
N8
A2
A3

NAME
SECU 1
SECU 2
SECU 1A
SECU 2B

ZONE
221
222
222
222

(i) Cycle spoilerons (using control wheel) and make sure that the affected spoileron operates correctly
(spoileron should move proportionally to control wheel input).
(j) Remove the pressure from hydraulic systems 1, 2, and 3.
(k) Remove electrical power from the aircraft.
OPERATIONS (O)
Before each flight
A. Do a spoileron system check as follows:
(1) Make sure the aircraft has AC electrical power and hydraulic systems No. 1, 2, and 3 are pressurized.
(2) Move the control wheel fully clockwise, make sure that the right spoileron deploys.
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(3) Move the control wheel fully counterclockwise, make sure that the right spoileron retracts and the left
spoileron deploys.
(4) Return the control wheel to the neutral position, make sure that the left spoileron retracts.
(5) If the SPOILERON FAULT message goes out of view when a spoileron is deployed (control wheel fully
deflected), and comes into view again when the spoileron is retracted (control wheel neutral), then the
fault is due to an out of range spoileron PCU spool LVDT.
NOTE: This condition does not jeopardize aircraft performance or safety. Aircraft can be declared
serviceable and MMEL relief is not required.
Before the first flight of the day (engines running and hydraulic systems pressurized)
B. Do a take-off configuration warning system check as follows:
(1) Make sure that the T/O CONFIG OK advisory message shows on the EICAS secondary page.
(a) If the T/O CONFIG OK advisory message do not show, move the rotary switch to EICAS on the
pilots REVERSIONARY panel.
(b) Make sure that the T/O CONFIG OK advisory message shows on MFD 1.
NOTE: If the T/O CONFIG OK advisory message shows on one of the two displays, the take-off
configuration warning system is operative.
(c) Move the rotary switch to the NORM position.
(2) If the T/O CONFIG OK advisory message does not show, do a check of the take-off configuration
warning system as follows:
NOTE: The aural warning will sound and the MASTER WARNING lights will come on during this
procedure.
(a) Configure the airplane as follows:
1 Flaps are not in take-off position.
2 All spoilers are not in take-off position.
3 Horizontal stabilizer outside of take-off range.
4 Parking brake set.
5 Rudder trim outside of take-off range.
6 Aileron trim outside of take-off range.
7 Autopilot engaged.
8 Thrust levers, advance slowly until N1 > 70%.
(b) Make sure that the warning messages that follow show on the EICAS primary page:
1 CONFIG AILERON
2 CONFIG AP
3 CONFIG FLAPS
4 CONFIG RUDDER
5 CONFIG SPLRS
6 CONFIG STAB
7 PARKING BRAKE
(c) Slowly retard thrust levers to IDLE.
(3) Configure the aircraft for flight.

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NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

27-65-01 Ground Spoilers (Inboard


or Outboard Pair)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 2

(M)(O) One pair of Ground Spoilers Inboard (IB) or


Outboard (OB) may be inoperative in the
RETRACTED position provided:
a) All remaining spoiler surfaces are operative in the
GLD auto and manual modes,
b) Affected inboard or outboard Ground Spoiler pair
is secured stowed,
c) Both surfaces of the inoperative pair are verified
fully retracted prior to each flight, and
d) Operations are conducted in accordance with AFM
Supplement (Operations with Airplane Systems
Inoperative).

PLACARD
Put a GROUND SPOILERS INBOARD (or OUTBOARD) INOPERATIVE placard (as applicable) on the
SPOILERS/THRUST REVERSER panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
A. For inoperative inboard ground spoilers, do as follows:
(1) Do the procedure to deactivate the inboard ground spoiler pair
(refer to the AMM TASK 27-65-00-040-801).
(2) Do an operational check of the spoilers in the GLD auto and manual modes, as found in the
procedure for the functional test of the spoiler control system
(refer to the AMM TASK 27-61-00-720-801).
(3) Do the spoiler system hydraulic lock circuit operation test
(refer to the AMM TASK 27-63-00-710-801).
B. For inoperative outboard ground spoilers, do as follows:
(1) Do the procedure to deactivate the outboard ground spoiler pair
(refer to the AMM TASK 27-65-00-040-801).
(2) Do an operational check of the spoilers in the GLD auto and manual modes, as found in the
procedure for the functional test of the spoiler control system
(refer to the AMM TASK 27-61-00-720-801).
(3) Do the spoiler system hydraulic lock circuit operational test
(refer to the AMM TASK 27-63-00-710-801).
OPERATIONS (O)
Before each flight
For inoperative ground spoilers, do as follows:
(1) Do a visual check of the affected ground spoiler pair to make sure that they are fully retracted.

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FUEL
NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

28-13-01 APU Fuel Feed SOV

C 1

(M) May be inoperative CLOSED provided APU is


considered inoperative.

PLACARD
Put an APU FUEL FEED SOV INOPERATIVE placard on the APU control panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
For an inoperative APU fuel feed SOV, do as follows:
(1) Energize the aircraft electrical power systems.
(2) On the EICAS control panel (ECP), press the FUEL pushbutton.
(3) On the EICAS fuel synoptic page, make sure that the APU SOV legend is CLOSED.
(4) On the ECP, push the STAT pushbutton to go back to the EICAS secondary page.
(5) Open and collar the circuit breaker that follows:
CB PANEL
CBP-1

CB NO.
S3

NAME
FUEL SOV APU

ZONE
221

(6) Remove electrical power from the aircraft.


OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

28-13-02 XFLOW AUTO


OVERRIDE "MAN" Switch
Light (light function only)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 1

PLACARD
Put a "MAN" LIGHT INOPERATIVE placard on the XFLOW AUTO OVERRIDE Switch Light, located on the
FUEL control panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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ITEM

28-13-03 XFLOW L/R "ON/FAIL"


Switch Lights
(light function only)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 2

PLACARD
A. Put an "ON" and/or "FAIL" light INOPERATIVE placard (as applicable) on the XFLOW L (and/or XFLOW
R) Switch Light(s) (as applicable), located on the FUEL control panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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FUEL
NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

28-13-04 GRAVITY XFLOW


"OPEN/FAIL" Switch
Light (light function only)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 1

PLACARD
Put a "FAIL" and/or "OPEN" LIGHT INOPERATIVE placard (as applicable) on the GRAVITY XFLOW
Switch Light, located on the FUEL control panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

28-13-06 Power Crossflow SOVs

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 2

(O) May be inoperative CLOSED provided:


a) All Fuel Quantity Readouts are operative, and
b) Gravity crossflow SOV is verified operative before
each flight.

PLACARD
Put an PWR XFLOW SOV INOPERATIVE placard on the FUEL control panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Before each flight
A. For one or two power crossflow SOV(s) inoperative, do as follows:
(1) On the EICAS Control Panel (ECP), push the FUEL pushbutton to get access to the FUEL synoptic
page.
(2) Push the GRAVITY XFLOW switch light on the FUEL control panel.
(3) On the FUEL synoptic page, make sure that the gravity crossflow valve legend is OPEN. Otherwise,
do not dispatch.
(4) Configure the gravity crossflow valve as required.
NOTE: The gravity crossflow is sensitive to sideslip.
(5) On the ECP, push the STAT pushbutton to go back to the EICAS secondary page.

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FUEL

REPAIR INTERVAL

NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

28-13-07 Transfer Ejectors


(Center Tank)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

(M) One may be inoperative provided:


a) Center tank is empty, and
b) EICAS Center Tank Fuel Quantity Readout is
operative.

(M) One may be inoperative provided:


a) Center tank contains less than 500 pounds of fuel at
dispatch,
b) Remaining fuel in center tank is considered
unusable,
c) Aircraft range is limited accordingly,
d) EICAS Center Tank Fuel Quantity Readout is
operative,
e) Both Power Crossflow SOVs are operative, and
f) XFLOW/APU Fuel Pump is operative.

PLACARD
Put a CENTER FUEL TANK TRANSFER EJECTOR INOPERATIVE placard below the EICAS primary
display.
MAINTENANCE (M)
For an inoperative center fuel tank transfer ejector, do as follows:
(1) Energize the aircraft electrical power systems.
(2) On the EICAS primary display, make sure the center fuel quantity shows 500 pounds or less
(3) If the center fuel tank quantity is greater than 500 pounds, do the procedure to defuel the center fuel
tank (refer to the AMM TASK 12-11-28-650-804 or AMM TASK 12-11-28-650-805).
(4) Remove electrical power from the aircraft.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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FUEL

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NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

28-13-08 Fuel Transfer SOVs


(Center Tank)

(M) One may be inoperative CLOSED provided:


a) Center tank is empty,
b) Opposite Transfer Ejector (Center Tank) is
operative, and
c) EICAS Center Tank Fuel Quantity Readout is
operative.

(M) One may be inoperative CLOSED provided:


a) Center tank contains less than 500 pounds of fuel
at dispatch,
b) Opposite Transfer Ejector (Center Tank) is
operative,
c) Remaining fuel in center tank is considered
unusable,
d) Aircraft range is limited accordingly,
e) EICAS Center Tank Fuel Quantity Readout is
operative,
f) Both Power Crossflow SOVs are operative, and
g) XFLOW/APU Fuel Pump is operative.

1. Without ModSum
TC601R12716

C 2

(M) Both may be inoperative OPEN provided center tank


is empty.

2. With ModSum
TC601R12716

C 2

(M) Both may be inoperative OPEN.

PLACARD
Put a FUEL TRANSFER SOV(s) INOPERATIVE placard (as applicable) below the EICAS primary display.
MAINTENANCE (M)
A. For one inoperative center tank fuel transfer SOV in the closed position, do as follows:
(1) Make sure that the center tank is empty or contains less than 500 pounds (227 kg).
(2) If required, do the procedure to defuel the center fuel tank using suction defueling
(refer to the AMM TASK 12-11-28-650-804) or gravity defueling
(refer to the AMM TASK 12-11-28-650-805).
B. On the aircraft without ModSum TC601R12716, for inoperative center tank fuel transfer SOV(s) in
the open position, do as follows:
(1) Open and collar the applicable circuit breaker(s) that follow:
For aircraft without ModSum TC601R12009
CB PANEL
CBP-1

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N9

NAME
XFER SOV

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ITEM

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

For aircraft with ModSum TC601R12009


CB PANEL
CBP-1
CBP-2

CB NO.
N9
P9

NAME
LEFT FUEL SOV
RIGHT FUEL SOV

ZONE
221
222

(2) Make sure that the center tank is empty.


(3) If required, do the procedure to defuel the center fuel tank using suction defueling
(refer to the AMM TASK 12-11-28-650-804) or gravity defueling
(refer to the AMM TASK 12-11-28-650-805).
C. On the aircraft with ModSum TC601R12716, for inoperative center tank fuel transfer SOV(s) in the
open position, do as follows:
(1) Open and collar the applicable circuit breaker(s) that follow:
For aircraft without ModSum TC601R12009
CB PANEL
CBP-1

CB NO.
N9

NAME
XFER SOV

ZONE
221

NAME
LEFT FUEL SOV
RIGHT FUEL SOV

ZONE
221
222

For aircraft with ModSum TC601R12009


CB PANEL
CBP-1
CBP-2

CB NO.
N9
P9

OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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FUEL

REPAIR INTERVAL

NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

28-23-01 Fuel Boost Pumps

(M) One may be inoperative provided:


a) Inoperative boost pump is selected OFF,
b) Inoperative boost pump is deactivated,
c) XFLOW/APU Fuel Pump is operative, and
d) Power Crossflow SOVs are operative.

PLACARD
Put a FUEL BOOST PUMP INOPERATIVE placard on the FUEL control panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
For an inoperative fuel boost pump, do as follows:
(1) Energize the aircraft electrical power systems.
(2) On the FUEL control panel, make sure the affected L (R) BOOST PUMP switch/light is selected OFF.
(3) Open and collar the circuit breaker that follows:
For an inoperative left fuel boost pump
CB PANEL
CBP-1

CB NO.
M6

NAME
L FUEL PUMP

ZONE
221

NAME
R FUEL PUMP

ZONE
222

OR
For an inoperative right fuel boost pump
CB PANEL
CBP-2

CB NO.
G10

(4) Remove electrical power from the aircraft.


NOTE: When the deactivation procedure is completed, the "L (R) FUEL PUMP" caution message will
show continuously on the EICAS primary page.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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FUEL
NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

28-23-02 Fuel Boost Pumps


"ON/INOP" Switch Lights
(light function only)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 2

PLACARD
Put a FUEL PUMP "ON/INOP" LIGHT INOPERATIVE placard on the FUEL panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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FUEL

REPAIR INTERVAL

NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

28-24-01 XFLOW/APU Fuel Pump

C 1

(M) May be inoperative provided:


a) APU is considered inoperative,
b) Power Crossflow SOVs are considered
inoperative,
c) All Fuel Quantity Readouts are operative, and
d) Operations are conducted in accordance with AFM
if fuel crossflow is required.

C 1

(M)(O) May be inoperative provided:


a) Satisfactory APU operations with both engines OFF
is established before each departure by starting the
APU using Fuel Boost Pumps, selecting APU Bleed
ON, selecting both Air Conditioning Packs ON, and
verifying the APU operates normally,
b) Power Crossflow SOVs are considered inoperative,
c) All Fuel Quantity Readouts are operative,
d) Operations are conducted in accordance with AFM if
fuel crossflow is required,
e) APU Battery is operative, and
f) APU Battery Charger is operative.
NOTE: Auto and manual power crossflow are
inoperative for either option.

PLACARD
Put a XFLOW/APU FUEL PUMP INOPERATIVE placard on the FUEL control panel and the APU control
panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
For an inoperative XFLOW/APU fuel pump, do as follows:
(1) Energize the aircraft electrical power systems.
(2) Open and collar the circuit breaker that follows:
CB PANEL
CBP-1

CB NO.
N10

NAME
XFER/APU FUEL PUMP

ZONE
221

(3) Remove electrical power from the aircraft.


OPERATIONS (O)
Before each departure
Establish APU operation as follows:
Before engine start
(1) On the FUEL control panel, select L and R fuel boost pumps ON.
(2) Start the APU and allow it to stabilize.
(3) On the BLEED AIR control panel, OPEN the APU LCV.
(4) On the AIR-CONDITIONING control panel, select L and R air conditioning packs ON.
(5) Monitor the APU RPM and the EGT to make sure the APU operation is normal.

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NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

(6) Configure the APU for engine start.


NOTE: 1: AFM Reference (CSP A-012): ABNORMAL PROCEDURES (chapter 05), FUEL (section
12), Fuel Imbalance.
NOTE: 2: On the FUEL control panel, if the XFLOW AUTO OVERRIDE switch/light is pushed out
(automatic mode) and a fuel imbalance is detected (over 200 lbs), the L or R XFLOW
switch/light FAIL indication will come ON. If the XFLOW AUTO OVERRIDE switch/light is
pushed in (manual mode) without further correction, the Lor R XFLOW switch/light FAIL
indication will go OFF. In both cases, the gravity crossflow should be used.
NOTE: 3: Gravity crossflow is sensitive to sideslip.
NOTE: 4: When operation of the failed XFLOW/APU fuel pump is required, the PUMP XFLOW/APU
PUMP caution message will show on the EICAS primary page.

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FUEL
NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

28-24-02 APU Negative Gravity


Feed Check Valve

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 1

(O) May be inoperative provided flight operations are not


dependent on use of the APU.

PLACARD
Put an APU NEGATIVE GRAVITY FEED CHECK VALVE INOPERATIVE placard on the FUEL control
panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
With an inoperative APU negative gravity feed check valve, do as follows:
(1) During the fuel feed check valve test, select the APU off when the left engine is on and the right engine
is off.
NOTE: 1: AFM reference (CSP A-012): NORMAL PROCEDURES (chapter 04), PRIOR TO START
(section 02)
NOTE: 2: If the APU is on during the the fuel system check valve test, the EICAS R FUEL LOW
PRESS caution message will not show.

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FUEL
NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

28-24-04 APU PWR FUEL "PUMP


FAIL/SOV FAIL" Switch
Light (light function only)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 1

PLACARD
Put a "PUMP FAIL" and/or "SOV FAIL" LIGHT INOPERATIVE placard(s) (as applicable) on the APU PWR
FUEL Switch Light, located on the APU control panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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FUEL
NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

28-25-01 External Single Point


Pressure Refueling System
(Refuel/Defuel Control Panel)

C 1

May be inoperative provided Internal Single Point


Pressure Refueling System is operative.

C 1

(O) May be inoperative provided gravity refueling


procedures are used.
NOTE: Refer to AFM for reduced fuel quantity
available when using gravity refueling.

1. Automatic Mode

C 1

(O) May be inoperative provided manual or gravity


refueling procedure is used.

2. Manual Mode

C 1

(O) May be inoperative provided automatic or gravity


refueling procedure is used.

3. Fuel Quantity Display


Indication

C 1

(O) May be inoperative provided:


a) Manual or gravity refueling procedure is used, and
b) All EICAS Fuel Tank Quantity Readouts are
operative.
(O) May be inoperative provided:
a) Manual or gravity refueling procedure is used, and
b) All MLIs are operative.

PLACARD
A. For an inoperative REFUEL/DEFUEL system, do as follows:
(1) Put a REFUELING SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard on the exterior and the flight compartment
REFUEL/DEFUEL control panel(s) (as applicable).
B. For an inoperative REFUEL/DEFUEL system (AUTOMATIC MODE), do as follows:
(1) Put a REFUELING SYSTEM (AUTOMATIC MODE) INOPERATIVE placard on the exterior and the
flight compartment REFUEL/DEFUEL control panel(s) (as applicable).
C. For an inoperative REFUEL/DEFUEL system (MANUAL MODE), do as follows:
(1) Put a REFUELING SYSTEM (MANUAL MODE) INOPERATIVE placard on the exterior and the flight
compartment REFUEL/DEFUEL control panel(s) (as applicable).
D. For an inoperative REFUEL/DEFUEL panel(s) fuel quantity display indication, do as follows:
(1) Put a REFUEL/DEFUEL PANEL FUEL QUANTITY DISPLAY INDICATION INOPERATIVE placard
on the exterior and/or the flight compartment REFUEL/DEFUEL control panel(s) (as applicable).
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
When the gravity refueling procedure is used for refueling of any of two wing tanks or center tank, make
sure that the gravity filler cap is secured closed.
NOTE: AFM reference (CSP A-012): LIMITATION (chapter 02), POWERPLANT (section 05), Fuel.

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NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

28-25-02 Refuel/Defuel Adapter


Cap

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 1

(M) May be inoperative (missing) provided:


a) Pressure-refueling adapter door is not missing,
b) Refuel/defuel adapter is visually checked for
contamination prior to each refueling, and
c) No leakage can be detected after refueling is
complete.

PLACARD
Put a REFUEL/DEFUEL ADAPTER CAP INOPERATIVE (MISSING) placard on the REFUEL/DEFUEL
control panel(s).
MAINTENANCE (M)
For a missing refuel/defuel adapter cap, do as follows:
(1) Make sure the refuel/defuel adapter is clean of any contamination before you connect the fuel nozzle.
(2) After the refueling or defueling is complete, do the following:
(a) Make sure that there is no fuel leakage at the refuel/defuel adapter.
(b) Make sure that the check valve is closed.
(c) Make sure that the REFUEL/DEFUEL SOVs are closed as follows:
1 On the REFUEL/DEFUEL control panel, lift the guard and put the power switch to the ON position.
Make sure that the POWER ON indicator light comes on.
2 Make sure that the RIGHT, CTR, and the LEFT SOV switches are in the OFF position.
3 Make sure that the mode rotary switch is in the OFF position.
4 Make sure that the refuel start switch is in the OFF position.
5 Press and hold the LAMP TEST button, make sure that the RIGHT, CTR, and the LEFT SOVs CL
and OP indicator lights come on.
6 Release the LAMP TEST button, make sure that the RIGHT, CTR, and the LEFT SOVs CL and
OP indicator lights are not on.
7 Set the mode rotary switch to the FUEL AUTO or the FUEL MANUAL position.
8 Make sure that the RIGHT, CTR, and the LEFT SOVs CL indicator lights are on and that the OP
indicator lights are not on.
9 Set the mode rotary switch to the OFF position.
10 Set the POWER switch to the OFF position.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

28-25-03 Refuel SOVs

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 3

(M) May be inoperative CLOSED provided gravity


refueling procedures are used.
NOTE: Refer to AFM for reduced fuel quantity
available when using gravity refueling.

PLACARD
Put a RIGHT (and/or CTR and/or LEFT as applicable) REFUEL SOV INOPERATIVE (CLOSED) placard on
the REFUEL/DEFUEL control panel(s).
MAINTENANCE (M)
For an inoperative refuel SOV do as follows:
(1) Do the procedure for gravity refueling of the aircraft (refer to the AMM TASK 12-11-28-650-803).
(2) Make sure that the inoperative refuel SOV is closed as follows:
(a) On the REFUEL/DEFUEL control panel, lift the guard and put the power switch to the ON position.
(b) Make sure that the POWER ON indicator light comes ON.
(c) Make sure that the RIGHT, CTR, and the LEFT SOV switches are in the OFF position.
(d) Make sure that the mode rotary switch is in the OFF position.
(e) Make sure that the refuel start switch is in the OFF position.
(f) Press and hold the LAMP TEST button, make sure that the RIGHT, CTR, and the LEFT SOVs CL
and OP indicator lights come ON.
(g) Release the LAMP TEST button, make sure that the RIGHT, CTR, and the LEFT SOVs CL and OP
indicator lights are OFF.
(h) Set the mode rotary switch to the FUEL AUTO or the FUEL MANUAL position.
(i) Make sure that the CL indicator light for the inoperative SOV is ON and that the OP indicator light for
the inoperative SOV is OFF.
(j) Set the mode rotary switch to the OFF position.
(k) Set the POWER switch to the OFF position.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.
NOTE: AFM reference (CSP A-012): LIMITATIONS (chapter 02), POWERPLANT (section 05), Fuel.

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FUEL
NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

28-25-04 High Level Sensors

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 3

May be inoperative provided gravity refueling


procedures are used for affected wing tank.
NOTE: Refer to AFM for reduced fuel quantity available
when using gravity refueling.

PLACARD
Put a RIGHT/CTR/LEFT HIGH LEVEL SENSOR(S) INOPERATIVE placard (as applicable) on the
REFUEL/DEFUEL control panel(s).
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.
NOTE: AFM reference (CSP A-012): LIMITATIONS (chapter 02), POWERPLANT (section 05), Fuel.

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FUEL
NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

28-25-05 Internal Single Point


Pressure Refueling
System (Refuel/Defuel
Control Panel)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

D 1

PLACARD
Put an INTERNAL SINGLE POINT PRESSURE SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard on the
REFUEL/DEFUEL CONTROL PANEL in cockpit (Co-Pilot side).
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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FUEL
NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

28-40-01 EICAS Bulk Fuel


Temperature Indication

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 1

(M)(O) May be inoperative provided:


a) TAT is used as an indication of fuel temperature,
b) TAT is monitored during flight, and
c) Fuel temperature is verified to be above -29 C
before dispatch.

PLACARD
Put a BULK FUEL TEMPERATURE INDICATION (EICAS) INOPERATIVE placard on the bottom of the
EICAS secondary display.
MAINTENANCE (M)
For an inoperative EICAS Bulk Fuel Temperature Indication, do as follows:
(1) Obey all the refuel/defuel safety precautions (refer to AMM TASK 12-11-28-910-801).
(2) Make sure that the fuel temperature in the tanks is greater than -20.2 F (-29 C) as follows:
(a) Get a sufficient fuel sample from the L and the R fuel tanks to measure the fuel temperature (refer to
the AMM TASK 12-11-28-750-802).
(b) Immediately measure and record the temperature of the fuel samples with a precision thermometer.
(c) Make sure that the fuel temperature that you recorded is greater than -20.2 F (-29 C).
NOTE: If the fuel temperature is -20.2 F (-29 C) or less, place the aircraft in an environment that
will increase the fuel temperature, then check the fuel temperature again.
OR
(d) Do the alternative procedure that follow:
1 Obey all the refuel/defuel safety precautions (refer to AMM TASK 12-11-28-910-801).
2 Ground the aircraft (refer to the AMM TASK 10-11-00-869-801).
3 Verify the maximum fuel capacity for gravity fuel operations
(refer to AMM Subtask 12-11-28-990-007).
NOTE: The gravity-fuel filler caps are located below the maximum fuel level thus, never remove the
gravity-fuel filler caps if the tanks are full of if the fuel quantity is not known.
4 Remove the left and right gravity-fuel filler caps (access panels 550AT and 650AT).
5 Get a sufficient fuel sample to measure the fuel temperature.
6 Immediately measure and record the temperature of the fuel samples with a precision thermometer.
7 Make sure that the temperature that you recorded is greater than -20.2 F (-29 C).
8 Install the left and right gravity-fuel filler caps.
9 Remove ground from the aircraft.
OPERATIONS (O)
During flight
Monitor TAT. If TAT is -40 C (-40 F) or less, do as follows:
(1) Airplane altitude............................ Descend to warmer air mass.
(2) Airspeed........................................ Increase during descent.

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FUEL
NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

28-41-01 EICAS Fuel Tank Quantity


Readouts
(Left, Right and Total)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 3

(M)(O) One main tank quantity readout plus total


quantity readout may be inoperative provided:
a) Both LH and RH tanks are completely filled,
b) XFLOW auto-override is selected to MANUAL, and
c) Aircraft is refueled using Single Point Pressure
Refueling System.

C 3

(M)(O) One main tank quantity readout plus total


quantity readout may be inoperative provided:
a) Total fuel carried includes at least 10% more than
the fuel load required for the planned flight and
this extra fuel is considered unusable,
b) Manual or gravity refueling mode is used,
c) MLIs are used to verify main tank quantities prior
to each flight, and
d) XFLOW auto-override is selected to MANUAL.
NOTE: Refer to AFM for reduced fuel quantity
available when using gravity refueling.
CAUTION: ENSURE FCOM MLI CHART, LBS OR
KG COLUMN, IS USED AS
APPLICABLE.

PLACARD
Put an EICAS LEFT (or EICAS RIGHT) FUEL TANK QUANTITY READOUT AND TOTAL FUEL
QUANTITY READOUT INOPERATIVE (as applicable) placard(s) below the primary and the secondary
EICAS displays.
MAINTENANCE (M)
A. For an inoperative main tank (left or right) and total fuel tank EICAS quantity readout, doas follows:
(1) Energize the aircraft electrical power systems.
(2) On the FUEL panel, make sure that the XFLOW AUTO OVERRIDE switch is set to MAN.
(3) Make sure that you get the information that follow:
(a) On the FUEL panel, make sure that the XFLOW AUTO OVERRIDE switch shows MAN.
(b) Make sure that the MAN XFLOW status message shows on the EICAS secondary page.
(4) On the FUEL panel, make sure that the XFLOW L and R switch do not show ON or FAIL.
(5) Remove electrical power from the aircraft.
(6) Fill the left (right) fuel tank as follows:
(a) Do the procedure of the automatic pressure refuelling of the left (right) fuel tank(s)
(refer to the AMM TASK 12-11-28-650-801)
OR
Do the procedure of the manual pressure refuelling of the left (right) fuel tank(s)
(refer to the AMM TASK 12-11-28-650-802).
B. For an inoperative left (right) and total EICAS fuel tank quantity readouts and with the left (right) fuel tank
in use, at less than a full level, do as follows:
(1) Energize the aircraft electrical power systems.
(2) On the FUEL panel, make sure that the XFLOW AUTO OVERRIDE switch is set to MAN.
(3) Make sure that you get the indications that follow:
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NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

(a) On the FUEL panel, make sure that the XFLOW AUTO OVERRIDE switch shows MAN.
(b) Make sure that the MAN XFLOW status message shows on the EICAS secondary page.
(4) On the FUEL panel, make sure that the XFLOW L and R switch do not show ON or FAIL.
(5) Remove electrical power from the aircraft.
(6) Fill the left (right) fuel tank as follows:
(a) Do the procedure of the manual pressure refuelling (refer to the AMM TASK 12-11-28-650-802)
OR
Do the procedure of the gravity refuelling (refer to the AMM TASK 12-11-28-650-803).
(7) To make sure that you get the necessary left (right) fuel tank level, do the procedure fuel level check
with magnetic indicators (MLI) (refer to the AMM TASK 12-11-28-750-804).
OPERATIONS (O)
A. Operational procedure #1:
In flight
(1) To correct a fuel imbalance, do as follows:
NOTE: Auto crossflow is inhibited when a left or a right EICAS fuel tank quantity readout is inoperative.
- Use the manual power crossflow, or
- Use the gravity crossflow.
B. Operational procedure #2:
(1) Maintain an in-flight fuel log (refer to Table 28-1) as follows:
After refuel/fuel load confirmation
(a) Record the INITIAL FUEL LOAD on line (1).
(b) Use the operative L, R, or C EICAS fuel quantity readouts and record the fuel quantity on the 0+00
column lines (as applicable).
In flight
(c) Every 30 minutes, do as follows:
1 Use the operative L, R, or C EICAS fuel quantity readouts and record the fuel quantity on the
0+30, 1+00, 1+30 etc. column lines (as applicable).
NOTE: Record INOP on the line as necessary.
2 Calculate and record the TOTAL (Operative Quantity Readouts) on line (2) as follows:
a L+R+C (as applicable)=TOTAL (Operative Quantity Readouts).
3 Use the FMS to find the left and the right engine fuel used quantities.
Record the quantities on the L and the R Engine Fuel Used lines.
4 Calculate and record the APU Fuel Used.
NOTE: Record NIL if APU is not used.
5 Calculate and record the TOTAL FUEL USED on line (3) as follows:
a Engine Fuel Used (L+R)+APU Fuel Used=TOTAL FUEL USED.
6 Calculate and record the TOTAL FUEL USED ACCOUNTED FOR on line (4) as follows:
a Line (2)+line (3)=line (4).
7 Calculate and record the FUEL REMAINING IN AFFECTED TANK on line (5) as follows:
a Line (1)-line (4)=line (5).

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FUEL

REPAIR INTERVAL

NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

(1)
INITIAL FUEL LOAD
Time in Flight

0+00

Fuel Remaining in Tanks with Operative


Quantity Readouts
(2)

0+30

1+00

1+30

2+00

2+30

3+00

L
R
C

TOTAL (Operative Quantity Readouts)


L
R

Engine Fuel Used


APU Fuel Used (120lb (54.43kg)/hr x hr)
(3)

TOTAL FUEL USED

(4)

TOTAL FUEL USED


ACCOUNTED FOR
(line 2+line 3)

(5)

FUEL REMAINING IN
AFFECTED TANK
(line 1-line 4)
In Flight Fuel Log - Table 28-1

NOTE: AFM reference (CSP A-012): LIMITATIONS (chapter 02), POWERPLANT (section 05), Fuel.

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FUEL
NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

28-41-02 EICAS Fuel Tank Quantity


Readouts
(Center and Total)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 2

(M) Both may be inoperative provided:


a) Center tank remains empty,
b) Left and Right EICAS Fuel Tank Quantity
Readouts are operative, and
c) MLI is used to verify that center tank is empty once
each flight day.

C 2

(M) Both may be inoperative provided:


a) Center tank is completely filled,
b) Left and Right EICAS Fuel Tank Quantity
Readouts are operative, and
c) Aircraft is refueled using Single Point Pressure
Refueling System.

C 2

(M) Both may be inoperative provided:


a) Center tank is refueled using Single Point
Pressure
Refueling System,
b) MLI is used to verify center tank quantity prior to
each flight, and
c) Left and Right EICAS Fuel Tank Quantity
Readouts are operative.

PLACARD
A. Put an EICAS CENTER FUEL TANK QUANTITY READOUT and a TOTAL FUEL TANK QUANTITY
READOUT INOPERATIVE placard(s) below the primary and the secondary EICAS display.
MAINTENANCE (M)
A. For an inoperative EICAS center and total fuel tank quantity readout, with the center tank empty,
do as follows:
(1) Remove all the fuel from the center tank as follows:
(a) Do the suction defueling procedure (refer to the AMM TASK 12-11-28-650-804)
OR
Do the gravity defueling procedure (refer to the AMM TASK 12-11-28-650-805).
NOTE: Use the MLIs for defueling calculations (refer to the AMM TASK 12-11-28-750-804).
Once each flight day
(2) Do the fuel level check with magnetic level indicators (MLI)
(refer to the AMM TASK 12-11-28-750-804) to make sure that the center fuel tank is empty.
B. For an inoperative EICAS center and total fuel tank quantity readout, with the center fuel tank
full, do as follows:
CAUTION: MAKE SURE THAT THE CENTER TANK HIGH LEVEL SENSOR AND THE CENTER
REFUEL SHUT-OFF VALVE ARE OPERATIVE WHEN YOU DO THE MANUAL
REFUELING WITH THE FUEL TANK QUANTITY READOUTS INOPERATIVE. THE HIGH
LEVEL SENSOR AND THE CENTER REFUEL SHUT-OFF VALVE STOP THE
REFUELING WHEN THE FUEL TANK IS FULL. IF THE REFUELING IS NOT STOPPED
WHEN THE FUEL TANK IS FULL, STRUCTURAL DAMAGE AND/OR A FUEL SPILL CAN
OCCUR.
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FUEL
NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

(1) Make sure that the center tank high level sensor and the refuel shut-off valve are operative as
follows:
(a) Do the operational test of the refuel/defuel system (refer to the AMM TASK 28-25-00-710-801).
(b) Make sure that the fault codes 030 (center tank high level sensor) and 301
(center refuel shut-off valve) are not shown.
NOTE: The fault that has caused the EICAS fuel tank quantity readout to be inoperative will be
shown.
(2) Do the manual refueling procedure to fill the center tank (refer to the AMM TASK 12-11-28-650-802).
NOTE: The FAULT ANNUNC light will be on because of the applicable fault that has caused the
EICAS fuel tank quantity readout to be inoperative.
C. For an inoperative EICAS center and total fuel tank quantity readout, with the center fuel tank in
use at a less than full level, do as follows:
(1) Fill the center fuel tank to the necessary level as follows:
(a) Do the automatic pressure refueling (refer to the AMM TASK 12-11-28-650-801)
OR
Do the manual refueling procedure (refer to the AMM TASK 12-11-28-650-802).
NOTE: Use the MLIs for fueling calculations (refer to the AMM TASK 12-11-28-750-804).
Before each flight
(2) Check and make a record of the center tank fuel quantity, use the fuel level check with magnetic
level indicators (MLI) procedure (refer to the AMM TASK 12-11-28-750-804).
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.
NOTE: Auto Crossflow is inhibited when Center Tank Fuel Quantity Readout fails.

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FUEL

REPAIR INTERVAL

NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

28-41-03 Fuel Computer Channels


(FSC)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

One may be inoperative


provided:
a) Both Transfer Ejectors (Center Tank) are operative,
b) Both Fuel Transfer SOVs (Center Tank) are
operative,
c) Both Fuel Flow "FF" Readouts are operative, and
d) Fuel Used Readout on synoptic page is operative and
reset prior to each flight.

PLACARD
Put a FUEL COMPUTER CHANNEL INOPERATIVE placard on the FUEL control panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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FUEL
NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

28-41-04 Magnetic Level Indicators

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 5

All may be inoperative provided associated EICAS Fuel


Tank Quantity Readouts are operative.

PLACARD
Put a MAGNETIC LEVEL INDICATORS INOPERATIVE placard on both of the REFUEL/DEFUEL control
panels.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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FUEL
NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

28-41-05 Fuel Pitch and Roll


Inclinometers

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 2

May be inoperative provided all EICAS Fuel Tank


Quantity Readouts (Left, Right, Center and Total) are
operative.

PLACARD
Put a ROLL and/or PITCH INCLINOMETER INOPERATIVE placard on the bulkhead behind the co-pilots
seat.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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ATA 29
HYDRAULIC POWER
NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

29-11-01 Engine Driven Pumps


(EDP) (Systems 1 and 2)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 2

(M)(O) One may be inoperative provided:


a) Hydraulic AC Motor Pump (ACMP) 1B and
Hydraulic AC Motor Pump (ACMP) 2B are
operated continuously during flight,
b) All Hydraulic AC Motor Pumps (ACMP) are
operative,
c) Affected pump is mechanically removed and a
blanking plate is installed,
d) Both Integrated Drive Generators (IDG) are
operative, and
e) Operations are conducted in accordance with AFM
Supplement (Operations with Airplane Systems
Inoperative).

PLACARD
Put an EDP SYSTEM 1 (or EDP SYSTEM 2) INOPERATIVE (as applicable) placard on the HYDRAULIC
control panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
For an inoperative EDP, do as follows:
(1) Do the deactivation of the EDP (refer to the AMM TASK 29-11-00-040-809).
NOTE: When the deactivation procedure is completed, the HYD EDP 1A (HYD EDP 2A) caution
message will come into view continuously on the EICAS primary page.
OPERATIONS (O)
For an inoperative EDP 1 or EDP 2, do as follows:
(1) On the HYDRAULIC control panel, set the ACMP 1 and the ACMP 2 control switch to ON.

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HYDRAULIC POWER
NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

29-11-02 Hydraulic AC Motor


Pumps (ACMP)
(Systems 1 and 2)
1. ACMP 1B

C 1

(M) May be inoperative provided:


a) All other hydraulic pumps are operative,
b) Affected pump is selected OFF,
c) Inboard Ground Spoiler Pair is operative,
d) Nosewheel Steering is operative, and
e) Operations are conducted in accordance with AFM
Supplement (Operations with Airplane Systems
Inoperative).

2. ACMP 2B

C 1

(M) One may be inoperative provided:


a) All other hydraulic pumps are operative,
b) Affected pump is selected OFF,
c) Outboard Ground Spoiler Pair is operative,
d) Nosewheel Steering is operative,
e) Both Thrust Reverser Systems are operative,
f) Inboard Anti-Skid (System) Channel is operative,
g) Take-off or landing is not conducted from a
contaminated runway, and
h) Operations are conducted in accordance with AFM
Supplement (Operations with Airplane Systems
Inoperative).

PLACARD
Put an ACMP SYSTEM 1 (or ACMP SYSTEM 2) INOPERATIVE (as applicable) placard on the
HYDRAULIC panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
For an inoperative system 1 or system 2 ACMP, do as follows:
(1) On the HYDRAULIC control panel select the affected ACMP switch to the OFF position.
(2) Open and collar the circuit breaker for the inoperative ACMP that follows:
CB PANEL
CBP-2

CB NO.
A5

NAME
HYD PUMP 1

ZONE
222

CB PANEL
CBP-1

CB NO.
A5

NAME
HYD PUMP 2

ZONE
221

OR

OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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HYDRAULIC POWER
NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

29-11-03 Hydraulic Heat Exchanger


Cooling Fan

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 1

May be inoperative provided hydraulic temperature of #1


and #2 systems on the synoptic page is monitored not to
exceed 96 C during ground operations.

PLACARD
Put a HYDRAULIC HEAT EXCHANGER COOLING FAN INOPERATIVE placard below the secondary
EICAS display.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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29-11-04 Hydraulic Switches


"AUTO" Function
(Hydraulic AC Motor Pumps)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 3

All may be inoperative provided affected Pumps are


manually selected ON before each take-off and landing.

PLACARD
Put a HYDRAULIC SWITCH(ES) 1 (2, 3) "AUTO" INOPERATIVE placard (as applicable) on the
HYDRAULIC control panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required

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29-11-05 Hydraulic Accumulator


Pressure Gauges
(Systems 1, 2, and 3)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 3

(M) All may be inoperative provided accumulator precharge pressure is checked using a suitable ground
gauge.

PLACARD
Put an ACCUMULATOR PRESSURE GAUGE SYSTEM 1 (2, 3) INOPERATIVE placard(s) (as applicable)
on the HYDRAULIC control panel and on the affected hydraulic servicing panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
A. For an inoperative system 1 and/or 2 hydraulic accumulator pressure gauge, do as follows:
(1) Make sure that the affected accumulator(s) pre-charge is within limits, do the procedure for
deactivation of the hydraulic accumulator pressure gauge system 1 and/or 2
(refer to the AMM TASK 29-11-00-040-804).
B. For an inoperative system 3 hydraulic accumulator pressure gauge, do as follows:
(1) Make sure that the system 3 accumulator pre-charge is within limits, do the procedure for
deactivation of the hydraulic accumulator pressure gauge system 3
(refer to the AMM TASK 29-12-00-040-801).
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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29-11-06 Hydraulic Accumulators


(Systems 1 and 2)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

PLACARD
A. Put a HYDRAULIC ACCUMULATOR(S) SYSTEM 1 (and/or 2) INOPERATIVE (as applicable) placard on
the HYDRAULIC control panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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29-11-07 Return Manifold Filter Differential Pressure


Indicators

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

(M) All may be inoperative provided:


a) Filter element is verified free of any metal
contaminant, and
b) Repairs are made within one flight day.

PLACARD
A. Put a HYDRAULIC SYSTEM 1 (2, 3) RETURN FILTER DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE INDICATOR
INOPERATIVE placard (as applicable) on the HYDRAULIC control panel and on the affected hydraulic
servicing panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
A. For an inoperative hydraulic system 1 and/or 2 return manifold filter differential pressure
indicator, do as follows:
(1) Make sure the affected system return filter is free of metal contamination as follows:
(a) Do the procedure to remove and to install the filter (refer to the AMM TASK 29-11-46-000-801
and AMM TASK 29-11-46-400-801).
NOTE: The removal and installation procedures have the steps to make sure the filter is
serviceable.
B. For an inoperative hydraulic system 3 return manifold filter differential pressure indicator, do as
follows:
(1) Make sure the system 3 return filter is free of metal contamination as follows:
(a) Do the procedure to remove and to install the filter (refer to the AMM TASK 29-12-40-000-801
and AMM TASK 29-12-40-400-801).
NOTE: The removal and installation procedures have the steps to make sure the filter is
serviceable.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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29-11-08 Hydraulic Firewall SOVs


(Systems 1 and 2)

C 2

(M) May be inoperative provided:


a) Affected hydraulic firewall SOV is deactivated,
b) Flexible hydraulic lines at the pylon quickdisconnects are disconnected, capped and
stowed,
c) Same side Engine Driven Pump (EDP) is
considered inoperative, and
d) Engine Dirven Pump (EDP) on the opposite side is
operative.

PLACARD
Put an HYDRAULIC FIREWALL SOV SYSTEM 1 (or HYDRAULIC FIREWALL SOV SYSTEM 2)
INOPERATIVE placard on the HYDRAULIC control panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
For an inoperative system hydraulic firewall SOV, do as follows:
(1) Open and collar the circuit breaker that follows:
(a) For the hydraulic shutoff valve in hydraulic system No. 1:
CB PANEL
CBP-1

CB NO.
S5

NAME
HYD SOV L ENG

ZONE
221

(b) For the hydraulic shutoff valve in hydraulic system No. 2:


CB PANEL
CBP-1

CB NO.
S4

NAME
HYD SOV R ENG

ZONE
221

(2) Do the deactivation of the same side Engine Driven Pump (EDP)
(refer to AMM TASK 29-11-00-040-809).
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required

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29-12-01 Hydraulic AC Motor Pump


(ACMP) 3A

(M)(O) May be inoperative provided:


a) Hydraulic AC Motor Pumps (ACMP) 3B is
operated continuously during flight,
b) Both Integrated Drive Generators
(IDG 1 and IDG 2) are operative,
c) All other hydraulic pumps are operative, and
d) Takeoff and landing performance is in accordance
with the AFM Supplement
(Flight with Landing Gear Down).

PLACARD
Put a HYDRAULIC ELECTRIC PUMP (ACMP) SYSTEM 3A INOPERATIVE placard on the HYDRAULIC
control panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
For an inoperative system ACMP 3A, do as follows:
(1) On the HYDRAULIC control panel, set the ACMP 3A switch to OFF.
(2) Open and collar the circuit breaker that follows:
CB PANEL
CBP-2

CB NO.
A2

NAME
HYD PUMP 3A

ZONE
222

OPERATIONS (O)
For an inoperative ACMP 3A, do as follows:
(1) On the HYDRAULIC control panel, set the 3B switch to ON.
NOTE: Landing Gear operates slower than normal with the ACMP 3A pump inoperative, and the
"GEAR DISAGREE" EICAS warning message may be annunciated. If message disappears
within 20 seconds, no action is required.

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29-31-01 EICAS Hydraulic Pressure


Readouts
(System 1, 2 and 3)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 3

(O) All may be inoperative provided the associated


pressure switches are operative.

PLACARD
Put an EICAS HYDRAULIC SYSTEM 1 (2, 3) PRESSURE READOUT INDICATION INOPERATIVE (as
applicable) placard below the secondary EICAS display.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
A. For an inoperative EICAS hydraulic pressure readout (system 1) do as follows:
(1) Start the left engine.
(2) On the HYDRAULIC control panel select the ACMP 1B to ON.
(3) On the EICAS primary display, make sure that the caution messages that follow are not shown:
(a) HYD EDP 1A
(b) HYD PUMP 1B
(4) On the HYDRAULIC control panel, configure the switches as required.
B. For an inoperative EICAS hydraulic system pressure readout (system 2) do as follows:
(1) Start the right engine.
(2) On the HYDRAULIC control panel select the ACMP 2B to ON.
(3) On the EICAS primary display, make sure that the caution messages that follow are not shown:
(a) HYD EDP 2A
(b) HYD PUMP 2B
(4) On the HYDRAULIC control panel, configure the switches as required.
C. For an inoperative EICAS hydraulic system pressure readout (system 3) do as follows:
(1) Energize the aircraft electrical power systems.
(2) On the HYDRAULIC control panel select the ACMP 3A to ON.
(3) On the HYDRAULIC control panel select the ACMP 3B to ON.
(4) On the EICAS primary display, make sure that the caution messages that follow are not shown:
(a) HYD PUMP 3A
(b) HYD PUMP 3B
(5) On the HYDRAULIC control panel, configure the switches as required.

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29-32-01 EICAS Hydraulic


Reservoir Quantity
Readouts
(Systems 1, 2, and 3)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

(O) All may be inoperative provided quantity in


associated reservoir(s) is checked on the reservoir
sight glass, before each departure.

PLACARD
Put an EICAS SYSTEM 1 (2, 3) HYDRAULIC RESERVOIR QUANTITY INDICATOR READOUT(S)
INOPERATIVE placard (as applicable) below the secondary EICAS display.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
A. For an inoperative EICAS hydraulic reservoir quantity readout, system 1 (and/or 2), do as
follows:
Before each flight
(1) Pressurize the affected hydraulic system.
(2) Open the aft equipment compartment door 311B.
(3) Make sure the sight glass on the affected hydraulic quantity transmitter(s) indicates hydraulic fluid
level(s) within the limits shown in the table below.
COOL FLUID QUANTITY
HOT FLUID QUANTITY
HYDRAULIC SYSTEM
LIMITS*
LIMITS**
System No. 1 & 2
55-60%
65-70%
*The cool fluid quantity limits are to be used when the hydraulic fluid temperature is equal to or less than
80 F (27 C) as indicated on the EICAS hydraulic synoptic page.
**The hot fluid quantity limits are to be used when the hydraulic fluid temperature is greater than 80 F
(27 C) as indicated on the EICAS hydraulic synoptic page.
(4) Remove the hydraulic pressure from the affected hydraulic system.
(5) Close the aft equipment compartment door 311B.
B. For an inoperative system 3 EICAS hydraulic reservoir quantity readout, do as follows:
Before each flight
(1) Pressurize the hydraulic system 3.
(2) In the main landing gear bay, on the right wheel bin, remove the access panel 164CZ.
(3) Make sure the system 3 sight glass on the hydraulic quantity transmitter indicates hydraulic fluid level
within the limits shown in the table below.
COOL FLUID QUANTITY
HOT FLUID QUANTITY
HYDRAULIC SYSTEM
LIMITS*
LIMITS**
System No. 3
50-55%
60-65%
*The cool fluid quantity limits are to be used when the hydraulic fluid temperature is equal to or less than
80 F (27 C) as indicated on the EICAS hydraulic synoptic page.
**The hot fluid quantity limits are to be used when the hydraulic fluid temperature is greater than 80 F
(27 C) as indicated on the EICAS hydraulic synoptic page.
(4) Remove the hydraulic pressure from system 3.
(5) Install the access panel 164CZ.

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29-34-01 Hydraulic Pump Low


Pressure Switches
(Systems 1, 2 and 3)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

(O) Three may be inoperative provided:


a) At least one Low Pressure Switch is operative for
each hydraulic system, and
b) Associated Hydraulic Pressure and Quantity
Readouts are monitored during flight.

PLACARD
Put a HYDRAULIC PUMP LOW PRESSURE SWITCH(ES) INOPERATIVE placard below the secondary
EICAS display.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
A. Before each engine start, for an Hydraulic Pump Low Pressure Switches inoperative, do as follows:
(1) If the aircraft is dispatched with an inoperative Low Pressure Switch associated with the ACMP 1B
("HYD PUMP 1B" caution message continuously on the EICAS primary page, regardless of the ACMP
1B switch position), do as follows:
(a) Select the ACMP 1B switch to ON.
(b) Observe the Hydraulic Pressure Readout of the Hydraulic (system 1) shown on the EICAS
Hydraulic Synoptic page.
1 If pressure is within limits, select the ACMP 1B as required.
2 If pressure is not within limits, the ACMP 1B is inoperative and refer to item 29-11-02 for possible
relief.
(2) If the aircraft is dispatched with an inoperative Low Pressure Switch associated with the ACMP 2B
("HYD PUMP 2B" caution message continuously on the EICAS primary page, regardless of the ACMP
2B switch position), do as follows:
(a) Select the ACMP 2B switch to ON.
(b) Observe the Hydraulic Pressure Readout of the Hydraulic (system 2) shown on the EICAS
Hydraulic Synoptic page.
1 If pressure is within limits, select the ACMP 2B as required.
2 If pressure is not within limits, the ACMP 2B is inoperative and refer to item 29-11-02 for possible
relief.
(3) If the aircraft is dispatched with an inoperative Low Pressure Switch associated with the ACMP 3A
("HYD PUMP 3A" caution message continuously on the EICAS primary page, regardless of the ACMP
3A switch position), do as follows:
(a) Select the AMCP 3A switch to ON.
(b) Select the AMCP 3B switch to OFF.
(c) Observe the Hydraulic Pressure Readout of the Hydraulic (system 3) shown on the EICAS
Hydraulic Synoptic page.
1 If pressure is within limits, select and keep the ACMP 3B to ON throughout the flight.
2 If pressure is not within limits, the ACMP 3A is inoperative, refer to item 29-12-01 for possible
relief.
(4) If the aircraft is dispatched with an inoperative Low Pressure Switch associated with the ACMP 3B
("HYD PUMP 3B" caution message continuously on the EICAS primary page, regardless of the ACMP
3B switch position), do as follows:
(a) Select the AMCP 3B switch to ON.
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(b) Observe the Hydraulic Pressure Readout of the Hydraulic (system 3) shown on the EICAS
Hydraulic Synoptic page.
1 If pressure is within limits, select the ACMP 3B as required.
2 If pressure is not within limits, dispatch is not permitted.
B. After both engines start, for any Hydraulic Pump Low Pressure Switches inoperative, do as follows:
(1) If aircraft is dispatched with an inoperative Low Pressure Switches associated with the EDP 1A ("HYD
EDP 1A" caution message is continuously displayed on EICAS after engine start), do as follows:
(a) Select ACMP 1B to OFF.
(b) Observe the Hydraulic Pressure Readout of the Hydraulic (system 1) shown on the Hydraulic
Pressure Readout on the EICAS Hydraulic Synoptic page.
1 If pressure is within limits, select and keep ACMP 1B to ON throughout flight.
2 If pressure is not within limits, EDP 1A is inoperative, refer to item 29-11-01 for possible relief.
(2) If aircraft is dispatched with an inoperative Low Pressure Switches associated with the EDP 2A ("HYD
EDP 2A" caution message is continuously displayed on EICAS after engine start), do as follows:
(a) Select ACMP 2B to OFF.
(b) Observe the Hydraulic Pressure Readout of the Hydraulic (system 2) shown on the Hydraulic
Pressure Readout on the EICAS Hydraulic Synoptic page.
1 If pressure is within limits, select and keep ACMP 2B to ON throughout flight.
2 If pressure is not within limits, EDP 2A is inoperative, refer to item 29-11-01 for possible relief.

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30-12-01 Wing Anti-Ice Modulating


and SOVs
(Wing Anti-Ice Valve)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

(M) Both may be inoperative provided:


a) Valves are secured CLOSED,
b) Operations are not conducted in known or forecast
icing conditions, and
c) Both Ice Detection Systems are operative.

(M) May be inoperative CLOSED provided:


a) Valve is secured CLOSED, and
b) 14th Stage ISOL Valve is operative and selected
OPEN.

PLACARD
Put a WING ANTI-ICE MODULATING and SOV(s) INOPERATIVE placard on the ANTI-ICE panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
For an inoperative wing anti-ice modulating and SOV(s), do as follows:
(1) Do the deactivation of the inoperative modulating and shutoff valve(s)
(refer to the AMM TASK 30-12-00-040-801).
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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30-12-02 14th Stage ISOL Valve

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 1

(M) May be inoperative OPEN provided:


a) Valve position indication is operative,
b) Both Ice Detection Systems are operative,
c) Both 14th Stage SOVs are operative, and
d) Both Wing Anti-Ice Modulating and SOVs are
operative.

PLACARD
Put a WING ANTI-ICE ISOLATION VALVE (14TH STAGE) INOPERATIVE placard on the BLEED AIR
panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
For an inoperative 14th stage ISOL valve, do as follows:
(1) Energize the aircraft electrical power systems.
(2) On the BLEED AIR control panel, push the 14TH STAGE ISOL switch/light, make sure the OPEN light
comes on.
(3) On the EICAS secondary display, make sure the 14TH ISOL OPEN status message is shown.
(4) On the EICAS control panel press the A/ICE discrete button.
(5) On the EICAS secondary display, make sure the symbol for the 14th stage ISOL valve on the anti-ice
synoptic diagram indicates an open position.
(6) Remove electrical power from the aircraft.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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30-12-03 Wing Anti-Ice System

C 1

0
May be inoperative provided:
a) Operations are not conducted in known or forecast
icing conditions, and
b) Both Ice Detection Systems are operative.

1. Normal Control

C 1

(M)(O) May be inoperative provided:


a) Standby Control is verified operative prior to each
flight,
b) Both Ice Detection Systems are operative, and
c) 14th Stage Isolation Valve is operative.

2. Standby Control

C 1

(M) May be inoperative provided Normal Control is


operative.

PLACARD
A. For an inoperative wing anti-ice system, do as follows:
(1) Put a WING ANTI-ICE SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard on the ANTI-ICE panel.
B. For an inoperative wing anti-ice system normal control, do as follows:
(1) Put a WING ANTI-ICE SYSTEM NORMAL CONTROL INOPERATIVE placard on the ANTI-ICE
panel.
C. For an inoperative wing anti-ice system standby control, do as follows:
(1) Put a WING ANTI-ICE SYSTEM STANDBY CONTROL INOPERATIVE placard on the ANTI-ICE
panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
A. For an inoperative wing anti-ice normal and standby control, do a visual inspection of the left and right
wing leading edges as follows:
(1) Make sure the leading edge is smooth and clean, free of foreign matter.
(2) Make sure there are no distortions due to foreign object damage or discoloration as a result of antiice overheating.
OPERATIONS (O)
Before flight (both engines running)
A. For an inoperative wing anti-ice normal control, make sure the standby control is operative as
follows:
(1) ANTI-ICE, WING switch ................ STBY
L and/or R WING A/ICE caution messages may
come on briefly then go out. It may be
necessary to advance the thrust levers
(not greater than 75% N2)
to extinguish the L and R WING A/ICE
caution messages.
N2 gauges change color to wing anti-ice mode.
Left and right ITT increases
(which indicates that the WING A/ICE valves open).
Left and right ITT decreases
(which indicates that the WING A/ICE
valves have closed).
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NOTE: 1. When the wing anti-ice normal controller is inoperative, the "WING A/ICE OK" advisory
message may not be posted on the EICAS when the anti-ice self-test is carried out.
NOTE: 2. The "WING A/ICE SNSR" message is posted when the "NORMAL" control mode is
selected, and a sensor failure is detected. This message can be posted due to a failure of
the normal controller.
(2) ANTI-ICE, WING switch ....................OFF.
(3) Make sure the WING OVHT warning message is not displayed on EICAS.
(4) ANTI-ICE, WING switch ............As required.

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30-12-07 BLEED AIR 14TH Stage


ISOL "OPEN" Switch Light
(light function only)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

PLACARD
Put an "OPEN" LIGHT INOPERATIVE placard on 14TH Stage ISOL Switch Light, located on the BLEED
AIR control panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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30-22-01 Engine Cowl Anti-Ice


SOVs

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

(M) One may be inoperative provided:


a) Valve is secured CLOSED,
b) Both Ice Detection Systems are operative,
c) Operations are not conducted in known or forecast
icing conditions, and
d) Operations are conducted in accordance with AFM
Limitations.

PLACARD
Put a LH (or RH) ENGINE COWL ANTI-ICE SOV INOPERATIVE (as applicable) placard on the ANTI-ICE
panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
For an inoperative engine cowl anti-ice SOV, do as follows:
(1) Do the deactivation of the LH (or RH) engine cowl anti-ice SOV
(refer to the AMM TASK 30-22-00-040-801).
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.
NOTE: AFM reference: A. LIMITATIONS (chapter 02) OPERATING LIMITATIONS (section 04),
Operating in Icing Conditions.

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30-22-02 Engine Cowl Anti-Ice


Pressure Relief Valves
(Blow-Off Valves)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

One may be inoperative OPEN provided:


a) Both Ice Detection Systems are operative,
b) Associated Thrust Reverser is operative,
c) Associated Bleed Air 14th Stage SOV is operative,
and
d) Operations are conducted in accordance with AFM
Supplement (Operations with Airplane Systems
Inoperative).

May be inoperative OPEN provided:


a) Associated Engine Cowl Anti-Ice SOV is selected
OFF,
b) Both Ice Detection Systems are operative,
c) Operations are not conducted in known or forecast
icing conditions, and
d) Operations are conducted in accordance with AFM
Limitations.

PLACARD
Put a LEFT (RIGHT) ENGINE COWL ANTI-ICE PRESSURE BLOW-OFF VALVE INOPERATIVE
(as applicable) placard on the ANTI-ICE panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
NOTE: AFM reference: A. LIMITATIONS (chapter 02) OPERATING LIMITATIONS (section 04),
Operating in Icing Conditions.

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30-31-01 Probe Heaters


1. Pitot/Static Probe Heaters

(M)(O) Except where enroute operations require its use,


one may be inoperative provided:
a) Remaining pitot/static probe heater is verified
operative before each flight,
b) Standby Pitot Head Heater is operative,
c) Operations are not conducted in visible moisture
(including standing water and slush) in any form,
d) Operations are not conducted in known or forecast
icing conditions,
e) Both Ice Detection Systems are operative, and
f) Operations are conducted in day VMC conditions
only.

2. Static Port Heaters

(M) Except where enroute operations require its use,


one may be inoperative provided:
a) Operations are not conducted in visible moisture
(including standing water and slush) in any form,
b) Operations are not conducted in known or forecast
icing conditions,
c) Both Ice Detection Systems are operative, and
d) Operations are conducted in day VMC conditions
only.

3. Angle-of-Attack Vane
Heaters

(M) One may be inoperative provided:


a) Operations are not conducted in visible moisture
(including standing water and slush) in any form,
b) Operations are not conducted in known or forecast
icing conditions,
c) Both Ice Detection Systems are operative, and
d) Operations are conducted in day VMC conditions
only.

4. TAT Probe Heater

(M) May be inoperative provided:


a) Operations are not conducted in visible moisture
(including standing water and slush) in any form,
b) Operations are not conducted in known or forecast
icing conditions,
c) Both Ice Detection Systems are operative, and
d) Operations are conducted in day VMC conditions
only.

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30-31-01 Probe Heaters


(continue)
5. Base Heaters

(M) May be inoperative provided:


a) Operations are not conducted in visible moisture
(including standing water and slush) in any form,
b) Operations are not conducted in known or forecast
icing conditions,
c) Both Ice Detection Systems are operative, and
d) Operations are conducted in day VMC conditions
only.

6. Standby Pitot Head


Heater

(M) May be inoperative provided:


a) Operations are not conducted in visible moisture
(including standing water and slush) in any form,
b) Operations are not conducted in known or forecast
icing conditions,
c) Both Ice Detection Systems are operative, and
d) Operations are conducted in day VMC conditions
only.

PLACARD
Put a PROBE HEATER(S) INOPERATIVE (as applicable) placard on the ANTI-ICE panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Do a deactivation of the inoperative probe heater as follows:
(1) Open and collar the circuit breaker for the inoperative pitot static probe heater that follows:
CB PANEL
CBP-3

CB NO.
B4

NAME
HEATERS PITOT L

ZONE
221

NAME
HEATERS PITOT R

ZONE
222

OR
CB PANEL
CBP-1

CB NO.
A14

(2) Open and collar the circuit breaker for the inoperative static port heater that follows:
CB PANEL
CBP-4

CB NO.
A6

NAME
HEATERS STATIC L

ZONE
222

NAME
HEATERS STATIC R

ZONE
221

OR
CB PANEL
CBP-4

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(3) If the AOA HEAT caution message shows on the EICAS primary page, on ground or in flight, open and
collar the circuit breaker for the inoperative angle of attack vane heater that follows:
CB PANEL
CBP-3

CB NO.
B5

NAME
HEATERS AOA L

ZONE
221

NAME
HEATERS AOA R

ZONE
221

OR
CB PANEL
CBP-1

CB NO.
A13

(4) For an inoperative TAT probe heater, open and collar the circuit breaker that follows:
CB PANEL
CBP-1

CB NO.
A12

NAME
HEATERS TAT

ZONE
221

(5) For inoperative base heaters, open and collar the circuit breaker that follows:
NOTE: When you isolate the circuit breaker, power to both of the base heaters is removed and power
to the standby pitot head heater is also removed.
CB PANEL
CBP-3

CB NO.
B6

NAME
HEATERS PITOT STBY

ZONE
222

(6) For an inoperative standby pitot head heater, open and collar the circuit breaker that follows:
NOTE: When you isolate the standby pitot head heater, power to both of the base heaters is also
removed.
CB PANEL
CBP-3

CB NO.
B6

NAME
HEATERS PITOT STBY

ZONE
221

OPERATIONS (O)
For an inoperative pitot/static Probe Heater, do as follows:
(1) While taxiing, and before thrust levers are set to take-off power, verify that the remaining pitot/static
probe heater is operative, as it is required by by proviso a), by making sure that its related "L(R)
PITOT HEAT" caution message does not appear on EICAS.

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30-31-02 Air Data Sensor Heater


Controllers

(M) One may be inoperative provided:


a) Operations are not conducted in visible moisture
(including standing water and slush) in any form,
b) Operations are not conducted in known or forecast
icing conditions,
c) Both Ice Detection Systems are operative, and
d) Operations are conducted in day VMC conditions
only.

PLACARD
Put an AIR DATA SENSOR HEATER CONTROLLER INOPERATIVE placard on the ANTI-ICE panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Do a deactivation of the inoperative air data sensor heater controller as follows:
(1) For an inoperative controller 1, open and collar the circuit breaker that follows:
NOTE: Controller 1 controls the left pitot/static probe, left angle of attack vane, left static port and both of
the pitot/static probe base heaters.
CB PANEL
CBP-4

CB NO.
A7

NAME
HEATERS ADS CONT 1

ZONE
222

NOTE: When the deactivation procedure is completed, the L PITOT HEAT, L STATIC HEAT, and L AOA
HEAT caution messages will show continuously on the EICAS primary page.
(2) For an inoperative controller 2, open and collar the circuit breaker that follows:
NOTE: Controller 2 controls the right pitot/static probe, right angle of attack vane, right static port and
the total air temp probe heaters.
CB PANEL
CBP-4

CB NO.
F13

NAME
HEATERS ADS CONT 2

ZONE
221

NOTE: When the deactivation procedure is completed, the R PITOT HEAT, R STATIC HEAT, and R
AOA HEAT caution messages will show continuously on the EICAS primary page.
(3) For an inoperative standby controller, open and collar the circuit breaker that follows:
NOTE: The standby controller controls the standby pitot probe heater.
CB PANEL
CBP-4

CB NO.
A13

NAME
HTR ADS CONT STBY

ZONE
222

NOTE: When the deactivation procedure is completed, the STBY PITOT HEAT caution messages will
show continuously on the EICAS primary page.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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30-41-01 Windshield and Side


Window Anti-Ice Controllers

(M) One may be inoperative provided:


a) Operations are not conducted in known or forecast
icing conditions, and
b) Pilots (Left) Side window heating is operative.

(M) Two may be inoperative provided:


a) Operations are not conducted in known or forecast
icing conditions,
b) Pilots (Left) Side window heating is operative, and
c) Both Ice Detection Systems are operative.

PLACARD
Put a WINDSHIELD or SIDE WINDOWS ANTI-ICE CONTROLLER INOPERATIVE placard (as applicable)
on the ANTI-ICE panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
For an inoperative anti-ice controller, do as follows:
(1) For an inoperative L windshield anti-ice controller, open and collar the circuit breakers that follow:
CB PANEL
CBP-1
CBP-1
CBP-1

CB NO.
F12
A10
A11

NAME
HTR CONT L WSHLD
HEATERS LEFT WSHLD
HEATERS LEFT WSHLD

ZONE
221
221
221

(2) For an inoperative R windshield anti-ice controller, open and collar the circuit breakers that follow:
CB PANEL
CBP-2
CBP-2
CBP-2

CB NO.
F12
A10
A11

NAME
HTR CONT R WSHLD
HEATERS RIGHT WSHLD
HEATERS RIGHT WSHLD

ZONE
222
222
222

(3) For an inoperative R side window anti-ice controller, open and collar the circuit breakers that follow:
CB PANEL
CBP-1
CBP-1

CB NO.
F13
A12

NAME
HTR CONT R WIND
HEATERS RIGHT WIND

ZONE
222
222

OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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30-42-01 Windshield Wipers

One or both may be inoperative provided operations are


not conducted in known or forecast precipitation within 5
miles of airport of take-off or intended landing.

1. SLOW Function

May be inoperative provided FAST function is operative.

2. FAST Function

May be inoperative provided SLOW function is


operative.

3. PARK Function

May be inoperative provided wipers can be parked out


of pilots view.

PLACARD
Put a WINDSHIELD WIPER SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard on both the pilots and copilots
WIPER/STALL panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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30-71-01 Aft Waste Service Panel


Heater

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

PLACARD
Put a WASTE SERVICE PANEL HEATER INOPERATIVE placard on the instrument panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required

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30-71-02 Drain Mast Heater

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 2

(M) May be inoperative provided:


a) Associated sink is not used, and
b) Sink and/or coffee water supply is turned OFF.

PLACARD
A. For an inoperative forward drain mast heater, do as follows:
(1) Put a GALLEY WATER SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard on the POTABLE WATER SYSTEM
control panel.
(2) Put a DO NOT USE SINK placard on the galley sink.
B. For an inoperative aft drain mast heater, do as follows:
(1) Put a LAVATORY WATER SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard on the POTABLE WATER SYSTEM
control panel.
(2) Put a DO NOT USE SINK placard on the lavatory sink.
MAINTENANCE (M)
A. For an inoperative forward drain mast heater, do as follows:
(1) On the galley POTABLE WATER SYSTEM control panel, put the GALLEY POWER switch to OFF.
(2) On the galley POTABLE WATER SYSTEM control panel, open and collar the GALLEY system circuit
breakers that follow:
- CONTL & IND.
- TANK HTR
- LINE HTRS
- COFFEE MAKER(S)
(3) Drain the galley water tank (refer to the AMM TASK 12-18-38-600-803).
(4) For an aircraft with the galley water supply valve installed, do as follows:
(a) Access the galley cart stowage area.
(b) Put the galley water supply valve to CLOSED.
(5) For an aircraft without the galley water supply valve installed, no action is required.
B. For an inoperative aft drain mast heater, do as follows:
(1) On the galley POTABLE WATER SYSTEM control panel, put the LAVATORY POWER switch to
OFF.
(2) On the galley POTABLE WATER SYSTEM control panel, open and collar the LAVATORY system
circuit breakers that follow:
- CONTL & IND.
- TANK HTR
- LINE HTRS
(3) Drain the lavatory water tank (refer to the AMM TASK 12-18-38-600-804).
(4) For an aircraft with the aft lavatory water supply valve installed, do as follows:
(a) Access the compartment below the lavatory sink.
(b) Put the lavatory water supply valve to CLOSED.
(5) For an aircraft without the aft lavatory water supply valve installed, no action is required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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30-71-03 Potable Water Freeze


Protection Systems
1. Galley Water System
Freeze Protection
(excluding Water
Tank Heater)

C 1

(M) May be inoperative provided Galley Water Tank is


drained.

2. Lavatory Water
System Freeze
Protection (excluding
Water Tank Heater)

C 1

(M) May be inoperative provided Lavatory Water Tank is


drained.

3. Galley Water Tank


Heater

C 1

(M) May be inoperative provided:


a) Heater is deactivated, and
b) Galley water system is drained if ground operations
below 0 degrees Celcius (32 degrees Fahrenheit)
ambient will exceed 3 hours.

4. Lavatory Water Tank


Heater

C 1

(M) May be inoperative provided:


a) Heater is deactivated, and
b) Lavatory water system is drained.

PLACARD
Put a GALLEY and/or LAVATORY WATER SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard as applicable on the
POTABLE WATER SYSTEM control panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
A. For an inoperative galley water system freeze protection, do as follows:
(1) On the galley POTABLE WATER SYSTEM control panel, put the GALLEY POWER switch to OFF.
(2) On the galley POTABLE WATER SYSTEM control panel, open and collar the GALLEY system circuit
breakers that follow:
- CONTL & IND
- TANK HTR
- LINE HTRS
- COFFEE MAKER(S)
(3) Drain the galley water tank (refer to the AMM TASK 12-18-38-600-803).
(4) For an aircraft with the galley water supply valve installed, do as follows:
(a) Access the galley cart stowage area.
(b) Put the galley water supply valve to CLOSED.
(5) For an aircraft without the galley water supply valve installed, no action is required.
B. For an inoperative lavatory water system freeze protection, do as follows:
(1) On the galley POTABLE WATER SYSTEM control panel, put the LAVATORY POWER switch to
OFF.

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(2) On the galley POTABLE WATER SYSTEM control panel, open and collar the LAVATORY system
circuit breakers that follow:
- CONTL & IND
- TANK HTR
- LINE HTRS
(3) Drain the lavatory water tank (refer to the AMM TASK 12-18-38-600-804).
(4) For an aircraft with the aft lavatory water supply valve installed, do as follows:
(a) Access the compartment below the lavatory sink.
(b) Put the lavatory water supply valve to CLOSED.
(5) For an aircraft without the aft lavatory water supply valve installed, no action is required.
C. For an inoperative galley potable water tank heater, do as follows:
(1) On the galley POTABLE WATER SYSTEM control panel, open and collar the GALLEY system circuit
breaker that follows:
- TANK HTR
(2) If ground operations exceed 3 hours with ambient temperature below 32F (0C), do the following:
(a) On the galley POTABLE WATER SYSTEM control panel, put the GALLEY POWER switch to OFF.
(b) On the galley POTABLE WATER SYSTEM control panel, open and collar the GALLEY system
circuit breakers that follow:
- CONTL & IND
- TANK HTR
- LINE HTRS
- COFFEE MAKER(S)
(c) Drain the galley water tank (refer to the AMM TASK 12-18-38-600-803).
(d) For an aircraft with the galley water supply valve installed, do as follows:
1 Access the galley cart stowage area.
2 Put the galley water supply valve to CLOSED.
(e) For an aircraft without the galley water supply valve installed, no action is required.
D. For an inoperative lavatory potable water tank heater, do as follows:
(1) On the galley POTABLE WATER SYSTEM control panel, put the LAVATORY POWER switch to
OFF.
(2) On the galley POTABLE WATER SYSTEM control panel, open and collar the LAVATORY system
circuit breakers that follow:
- CONTL & IND
- TANK HTR
- LINE HTRS
(3) Drain the lavatory water tank (refer to the AMM TASK 12-18-38-600-804).
(4) For an aircraft with the aft lavatory water supply valve installed, do as follows:
(a) Access the compartment below the lavatory sink.
(b) Put the lavatory water supply valve to CLOSED.
(5) For an aircraft without the aft lavatory water supply valve installed, no action is required.
OPERATIONS (O)
A. Not required.

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30-81-01 Ice Detection Systems

C 2

(M) One may be inoperative provided wing and cowl


anti-ice systems are turned ON when icing
conditions as defined in the AFM exist or are
anticipated.
(M) Both may be inoperative provided:
a) Operations are not conducted in known or
forecast icing conditions, and
b) Wing and cowl anti-ice systems are turned ON
when icing conditions as defined in the AFM exist
or are anticipated, or when any ice build-up on
the aircraft is observed.

PLACARD
Put an ICE DETECTION SYSTEM 1 (and/or 2) INOPERATIVE placard (as applicable) on the ANTI-ICE
panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
For an inoperative ice detection system, do as follows:
(1) Open and collar one or both of the inoperative circuit breaker(s) as follows:
CB PANEL
CBP-3

CB NO.
B8

NAME
ICE DET 1

ZONE
221

NAME
ICE DET 2

ZONE
222

AND/OR
CB PANEL
CBP-2

CB NO.
C7

OPERATIONS (O)
AFM reference (CSP A-012):
(1) LIMITATIONS (chapter 02), OPERATING LIMITATIONS (section 04), Operating in Icing Conditions.

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31-14-01 Master Warning Switch


Lights (Glareshield)
(light function only)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 2

PLACARD
Put a "MASTER WARNING" LIGHT INOPERATIVE placard on the MASTER WARNING Switch/Light,
located on the PILOT or COPILOT (as applicable) Switch Lights panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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31-14-02 Master Caution Switch


Lights (Glareshield)
(light function only)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 2

PLACARD
Put a "MASTER CAUTION" LIGHT INOPERATIVE placard on the MASTER CAUTION Switch/Light,
located on the PILOT or CO-PILOT (as applicable) Switch Lights panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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31-21-01 Clocks

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 2

As required by Regulations.

(O) Both may be inoperative provided:


a) Both pilot and co-pilot have ready access to a reliable
timepiece which display seconds (a wristwatch is
acceptable),
b) FDR is considered inoperative, and
c) Repairs are made within eight consecutive flights or
three calendar days whichever occurs first.

PLACARD
Put a CLOCK INOPERATIVE placard on the pilots and/or co-pilots clock face.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
For operations with both clocks inoperative, do as follows:
(1) Pilot and co-pilot to synchronize their timepieces/wristwatches.
(2) If required, enter time into FMS as follows:
(a) Push the INDEX key to show the INDEX page.
(b) Push the STATUS line select key to show the STATUS display page.
(c) Use the data keys to enter the desired time into the scratchpad.
(d) Push the UTC line select key to transfer the scratchpad time entry to the UTC data line.
(3) If required, enter the time into the MDC as follows:
(a) Set the remote maintenance switch to the MFD 1 or MFD 2 position. The MAINTENANCE MENU
page is displayed on the selected MFD.
(b) On the DCP, use the BRG pushbuttons to move the cursor to the CLOCK SET OPERATION line.
(c) On the DCP, push the RDR pushbutton to select CLOCK SET OPERATION.
The CLOCK SET OPERATION page is displayed on the selected MFD.
(d) On the DCP, push the RDR pushbutton to move the cursor to the NEW TIME field.
(e) On the DCP, use the BRG pushbuttons to change the display where the cursor points. Use the RDR
pushbutton to advance the cursor when the proper value is entered.
(f) With the cursor on the last character in the NEW DATE field, push the RDR pushbutton one more
time to go out of the operation.
(g) On the DCP push the BRG 2 pushbutton to move the cursor from the SET TIME AND DATE line to
the ACCEPT line.
(h) On the DCP, push the RDR pushbutton to accept the new time and date. The new parameters will
show in the CURRENT TIME and CURRENT DATE fields.

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31-31-01 Flight Data Recorder


(FDR)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

May be inoperative provided:


a) Cockpit Voice Recorder (CVR) is verified operative,
and
b) Repairs are made within eight consecutive flights
or three calendar days whichever occurs first.

1. DFDR Recording Parameters


required by Regulations

May be inoperative provided:


a) Cockpit Voice Recorder (CVR) is operative, and
b) Repairs are made within eight consecutive flights
or three calendar days whichever occurs first.

2. DFDR Recording Parameters


not required by Regulations

May be inoperative provided repairs are made before


the completion of the next heavy maintenance
visit.

PLACARD
Put a FLIGHT DATA RECORDER (FDR) INOPERATIVE placard below the secondary EICAS display.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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ITEM

31-31-02 Quick Access


Recorder (QAR)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

D 1

PLACARD
Put a QUICK ACCESS RECORDER (QAR) INOPERATIVE placard below the secondary EICAS display.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

31-41-01 Data Concentrator Units


(DCUs)

C 3

(M) May be inoperative provided:


a) The inoperative DCU is deactivated,
b) Associated AUDIO WARNING DISABLE switch is
selected, and
c) Two separate audio warning channels are verified
operative before each flight.
NOTE 1: In the event of a DCU1 failure both Master
Warning and Master Caution lights will not
test during the Lamp 1 test.
NOTE 2: In the event of a DCU2 failure both Master
Warning and Master Caution lights will not
test during the Lamp 2 test.

PLACARD
Put a DATA CONCENTRATION UNIT (DCU) INOPERATIVE placard on the MISCELLANEOUS TEST
panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
For an inoperative DCU, deactivate the applicable DCU as follows:
NOTE: When the inoperative DCU is deactivated the associated status messages DCU 1 (2) (3) AURAL
and DCU 1 (2) (3) AURAL INOP will be shown on the EICAS secondary display. When the APR
test is done the associated green advisory message APR TEST 1 (2) (3) OK will not be shown on
the EICAS secondary display.
(1) Open and collar the circuit breakers for the DCU 1 that follow:
CB PANEL
CBP-2
CBP-2
CBP-4
CBP-4

CB
Q2
Q3
C10
C11

NAME
EICAS DCU 1 CH A
EICAS DCU 1 CH B
EICAS DCU 1 CH A
EICAS DCU 1 CH B

ZONE
222
222
222
222

OR
(2) Open and collar the circuit breakers for the DCU 2 that follow:
CB PANEL
CBP-2
CBP-2
JB5

CB
Q4
Q5
A6

NAME
EICAS DCU 2 CH A
EICAS DCU 2 CH B
DCU 2/3

ZONE
222
222
311

OR
(3) Open and collar the circuit breakers for the DCU 3 that follow:
CB PANEL
CBP-2
CBP-2

CB
K6
K7

NAME
EICAS CH A
DCU 3 CH B

ZONE
222
222

OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.
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ITEM

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

31-41-02 EICAS Control Panel


(ECP) Discrete Buttons

Each may be inoperative provided PRIM, STAT, CAS


and STEP buttons are verified operative.

1. ECS
2. HYD
3. ELEC
4. FUEL
5. F/CTL
6. A/ICE
7. DOORS
8. SEL
9. MENU
10. UP
11. DN

PLACARD
Put an EICAS "XXXXX" DISCRETE BUTTON INOPERATIVE ("XXXXX" describes the inoperative discrete
button) placard on the EICAS control panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

31-41-03 Lamp Driver Unit


Channels

C 2

(M) One channel may be inoperative provided:


a) Affected channel is deactivated, and
b) Remaining channel is tested operative.

PLACARD
Put a LAMP DRIVER UNIT CHANNEL INOPERATIVE placard on the instrument panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
For an inoperative lamp driver unit channel, deactivate it as follows:
(1) Open and collar the circuit breaker for the inoperative lamp driver unit as follows:
CB PANEL
CBP-1

CB
H5

NAME
EICAS LDU L

ZONE
221

CB PANEL
CBP-2

CB
Q9

NAME
EICAS LDU R

ZONE
222

OR

(2) Energize the aircraft electrical power systems.


(3) On the MISCELLANEOUS TEST panel, move the LAMP TEST switch and hold to the position 1 or 2
(as appropriate). Make sure that the annunciator lights come on.
(4) Release the LAMP TEST switch, make sure that the annunciator lights go off.
(5) Remove electrical power from the aircraft.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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ITEM

31-41-04 Data Concentration


Units(DCU) Fans

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 3

PLACARD
Install a DATA CONCENTRATION UNIT (DCU) FAN(S) INOPERATIVE placard.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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ITEM

31-41-05 AUDIO WARNING


DCU1/2/3 Switch Guards

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 3

May be inoperative provided DCU associated with


operative switch guard is operative.

PLACARD
Put an AUDIO WARNING DCU 1, and/or 2, and /or 3 (option) SWITCH GUARD INOPERATIVE placard on
the co-pilot console.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

31-61-01 EICAS Display Units


(ED#1 or ED#2)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

PLACARD
Put a DISPLAY UNIT INOPERATIVE placard on the affected EICAS display unit.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.
NOTE: For A/c equipped with SB 601R-31-022 (EICAS 2000 Avionics Update incorporated), when ED #1
is inoperative, the EICAS primary page information will automatically show on ED #2 and an
EICAS COMP INOP caution message may appear on the EICAS Secondary page.INOP caution
message may appear on the EICAS Secondary page.

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Landing Gear

REPAIR INTERVAL

NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

32-30-01 Landing Gear Retraction


System

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

(M) May be inoperative provided:


a) Operations are conducted in accordance with
AFM Supplement (Flight with Landing Gear
Down),
b) Operations are not conducted in known or
forecast icing conditions,
c) Ground lock pins are installed to ensure that
all three landing gears are locked down
throughout flight,
d) In-flight performance information given in
Flight Planning and Cruise Control Manual is
used,
e) Extended overwater operations are prohibited,
f) Both headsets are worn,
g) Flight Compartment and Cabin Interphone
Systems are operative,
h) Both Flap Electronic Control Unit Channels
are operative,
i) Both Flap Power Drive Unit Motors are
operative, and
j) Cat II and Cat IIIA operations are prohibited.

PLACARD
Put a LANDING GEAR RETRACTION SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard on the LDG GEAR control panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
For an inoperative landing gear retraction system, do as follows:
(1) On the LDG GEAR control panel make sure the landing gear selection handle is in the DN position.
(2) On the EICAS primary display, make sure that the 3 gear DN green indications are shown.
(3) Install the landing gear ground lock safety pins in the nose and both of the main landing gear (refer to
the AMM TASK 10-11-00-400-801 and 10-11-00-400-802).
OPERATIONS (O)
NOTE: AFM reference:
A. SUPPLEMENTS (chapter 07).
FLIGHT WITH LANDING GEAR DOWN (supplement 5).

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Landing Gear
NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

32-31-01 Landing Gear Selector


Handle Anti-Retraction
Mechanism

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 1

(M) May be inoperative in LOCKED position (down)


provided downlock release mechanism is verified
operative.

PLACARD
Put a LANDING GEAR SELECTOR HANDLE ANTI-RETRACTION MECHANISM INOPERATIVE placard
on the LDG GEAR control panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
For an inoperative landing gear selector handle anti-retraction mechanism, do as follows:
(1) Energize the aircraft electrical power systems.
(2) On the LDG GEAR control panel make sure the landing gear selection handle is in the DN position.
(3) On the EICAS primary display, make sure that the 3 gear DN green indications are shown.
(4) Install the landing gear lockpins in the nose and both of the main landing gear (refer to the AMM TASK
10-11-00-400-801 and 10-11-00-400-802).
(5) On the HYDRAULIC control panel, make sure that the switches for ACMP 3A and 3B are in the OFF
position.
(6) On the EICAS control panel, press the HYD discrete button. On the secondary EICAS screen make
sure that the system 3 hydraulic pressure is 0 psi.
(7) On the LDG GEAR control panel, push the DN LCK REL button and move the selector handle to the UP
position. Make sure that the selector handle moves freely.
(8) Move the selector handle to the DN position. Make sure that the handle moves freely and that the
handle locks in the DN position.
(9) Pressurize the hydraulic system 3. On the EICAS primary display, make sure that the 3 gear DN green
indications are shown. Depressurize hydraulic system 3.
(10) Remove the landing gear lockpins from the nose and both of the main landing gear (refer to the AMM
TASK 10-11-00-000-801 and 10-11-00-000-802).
(11) Remove electrical power from the aircraft.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

32-43-01 Brake Accumulator


Pressure Gauges

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 2

(M) Both may be inoperative provided accumulator precharge pressure is checked using a suitable
pressure gauge.

PLACARD
Put a BRAKE ACCUMULATOR PRESSURE GAUGE(S) INOPERATIVE placard on the instrument panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
For an inoperative brake accumulator pressure gauge, do as follows:
(1) Make sure that the affected brake accumulator(s) pre-charge is serviceable, do the procedure for
deactivation of the brake accumulator pressure gauge (refer to the AMM TASK 32-43-00-040-801).
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

32-44-01 Anti-skid (System)


Channels

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

(M)(O) Either the inboard or outboard channel may be


inoperative provided:
a) Nosewheel Steering is operative,
b) Both pairs of Ground Spoilers are operative,
c) Both Thrust Reversers are operative,
d) Both inboard and outboard wheel brakes are verified
operative,
e) Both EICAS Brake Temperature Monitoring Readouts
associated with the operative anti-skid channel are
operative,
f) Reduced thrust take-off operations are prohibited,
g) Take-off or landing is not conducted from a
contaminated runway, and
h) Operations are conducted in accordance with AFM
Supplement (Operations with Anti-Skid Inoperative).

PLACARD
Put an ANTI-SKID SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard on the instrument panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
For an inoperative anti-skid system channel, do as follows:
(1) Do the operational test of the brake system (refer to the AMM TASK 32-43-00-710-801).
OPERATIONS (O)
NOTE: AFM reference:
SUPPLEMENTS (chapter 07). ANTI-SKID SYSTEM - ONE CHANNEL INOPERATIVE (supplement 9).

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Landing Gear

REPAIR INTERVAL

NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

32-45-01 Parking Brake Handle


Locking Positions
(clockwise and counterclockwise)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

(O) May be inoperative provided:


a) Parking brake system is verified operative,
b) Remaining locking position is verified operative
before each flight, and
c) Inoperative locking position is legibly placarded.

PLACARD
Put a LOCKING POSITION (CLOCKWISE AND COUNTER-CLOCKWISE) INOPERATIVE placard on the
PARKING BRAKE panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
A. Once after the failure occurred, make sure that the parking brake system is operative as follows:
(1) On the EICAS control panel (ECP) push the HYD pushbutton to get access to the HYDRAULIC synoptic
page.
(2) On the HYDRAULIC page, make sure that the INBD BRAKES and OUTBD BRAKES hydraulic pressure
is within limits.
(3) On the ECP, push the STAT pushbutton to go back to the EICAS secondary page.
(4) On the EICAS secondary page, make sure that the PARKING BRAKE ON advisory message does not
show.
(5) Set the parking brake with the remaining operative position of the parking brake handle.
(6) Make sure that the PARKING BRAKE ON advisory message shows on the EICAS secondary page.
(7) Release the parking brake.
(8) Make sure that the PARKING BRAKE ON advisory message does not show on the EICAS secondary
page.
B. Before each flight, make sure that the remaining operative position of the parking brake handle operates
as follows:
(1) Push down and hold the brake pedals.
(2) Pull out the parking brake handle to its maximum.
(3) Turn the parking brake handle 90 degrees towards the operative locking position (clockwise or counterclockwise) and release.
(4) Make sure that the parking brake handle is locked and extended to its maximum.
(5) Release the brake pedals and make sure one more time that the parking brake handle is locked.
(6) Procedures are established to alert the flight crew about the inoperative locking position (clockwise or
counter-clockwise) of the parking brake handle on the first flight of the day and for all the other flight
crews.
NOTE: 1. Make sure that there are wheel chocks at the main wheels because the aircraft can move and
cause injury to persons and/or damage to equipment.
NOTE: 2. While applying or removing the parking brake, do not turn the parking brake handle until it is fully
pulled out because the internal locking device can be damaged.
NOTE: 3. When the parking brake handle is in the extended and locked position, do not turn it more than
90 degrees because the internal locking device can be damaged.

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Landing Gear

REPAIR INTERVAL

NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

32-46-01 EICAS Brake


Temperature Monitoring
Readouts

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

All may be inoperative provided:


a) AFM quick turn-around landing weight charts are
used, and
b) Minimum brake cooling times (AFM Performance) are
observed.

PLACARD
Put a BRAKE TEMPERATURE MONITORING SYSTEM (BTMS) INOPERATIVE placard below the
secondary EICAS display.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
NOTE: AFM reference:
PERFORMANCE (chapter 06).
(1). LANDING PERFORMANCE (section 07), Maximum Permissible Quick Turnaround Landing Weight,
and
(2). TAKE-OFF PERFORMANCE (section 03), Maximum Allowable Brake Temperature for Take-Off.

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Landing Gear
NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

32-47-01 EICAS Brake Pressure


Readouts

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 2

(M) Both may be inoperative provided:


a) Brake accumulator(s) nitrogen pressure is checked
prior to the first flight of the day,
b) Capability of brake accumulators to retain adequate
hydraulic fluid for brakes is verified prior to the first flight
of the day, and
c) EICAS Hydraulic PressureReadouts are operative.

PLACARD
Put an EICAS BRAKE PRESSURE INDICATION(S) INOPERATIVE placard below the secondary EICAS
display.
MAINTENANCE (M)
For an inoperative EICAS brake pressure indication(s), do as follows:
Before the first flight of the day
(1) Make sure that the hydraulic system 2 (outboard brakes) and/or hydraulic system 3 (inboard brakes)
accumulator(s) for the affected system are serviced (refer to the AMM TASK 12-12-29-614-802).
(2) Do the operational test of the brake accumulator (refer to the AMM TASK 32-43-16-710-801).
OPERATIONS (O)
NOTE: Should a failure of the hydraulic system occur without displaying the brake pressure on the synoptic
page, the aircraft shall not be flown for more than 60 minutes after the hydraulicsystem failure.

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Landing Gear
NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

32-50-01 Nosewheel Steering

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 1

(M)(O) May be inoperative provided:


a) Solenoid selector valve is not failed OPEN,
b) Landing gear selector valve is verified operative,
c) Nosewheel steering system is selected OFF,
d) Take-off or landing is not conducted from a
contaminated runway,
e) Flight/Ground Spoiler Systems are operative, and
f) Operations are conducted in accordance with AFM
Supplement (Operations with Airplane Systems
inoperative).
NOTE: Asymmetric brakes rather than asymmetric
thrust should be used to maintain directional
control as required at low speed end of the roll.

PLACARD
Put a NOSEWHEEL STEERING INOPERATIVE placard on the STEERING-HANDWHEEL control module
and on the NOSEWHEEL STEERING ARMING switch.
MAINTENANCE (M)
For an inoperative nosewheel steering (NWS), do as follows:
(1) Energize the aircraft electrical power systems.
(2) Make sure that the solenoid selector valve (SSV) is not in the failed open position as follows:
(a) Pressurize the hydraulic system 3.
(b) Set the N/W STRG switch to the ARMED position.
(c) On the EICAS primary display, make sure that the STEERING INOP caution message is displayed.
(d) Make sure that the rudder pedals are at the neutral position.
(e) Make sure that the steering handwheel control unit is in the neutral position.
(f) On the pilots and copilots display reversionary panels, make sure that therotary selectors are set to
the NORM position.
(g) On the CBP-1, select the MAINT switch to the MFD 1 or 2 position to show the MAINTENANCE
MENU on the selected multifunction display (MFD).
(h) On the applicable display control panel (DCP), use the BRG 1 or 2 switches to move the cursor (on
the MAINTENANCE MENU page) to the LRU DIAGNOSTIC DATA line.
NOTE: The BRG pointer 1 (single line arrow) moves the cursor up. The BRG pointer 2 (double line
arrow) moves the cursor down.
(i) On the applicable DCP, push the RDR pushbutton to get the LRU DIAGNOSTIC DATA page on the
selected MFD.
(j) Push the RDR pushbutton again to get the LRU DIAGNOSTIC DATA page to display in binary.
NOTE: The LRU DIAGNOSTIC DATA page is in binary when you see the following in the
LRU/LBL-DATA (32-9) column: - XXX-XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX. The XXX-,
represents the LRU octal address (350- will be shown for the LRU, STEER BY WIRE octal
address), and the XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX, represents the LRU octal address
diagnostic binary word (the X is the Bit of the diagnostic binary word (from 32 to 9) and will be a 1
or a 0).
(k) On the applicable DCP, use the BRG 1 or 2 switches to scroll the pages up or down to get to the
LRU, STEER BY WIRE on the LRU DIAGNOSTIC DATA page.
(l) Make sure that the LRU STEER BY WIRE octal address diagnostic binary word is not displayed as
follows: - 350-XXXX XX11 XXX1 1X1X XXXX XXXX.
NOTE: If bits 18, 20, 21, 25 and 26 of the LRU STEER BY WIRE octal address are all set to 1,
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Landing Gear
NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

the SSV has failed open. Thus, dispatch is not permitted. If these same bits are not all set to 1,
continue with the procedure.
(m) On the applicable DCP, push the TFC pushbutton to go back to the MAINTENANCE MENU on the
MFD.
(n) On the CBP-1, select the the MAINT switch to OFF.
(o) On the previously selected MFD, make sure that the HSI mode display is shown.
(p) Remove pressure from the hydraulic system 3.
(q) Disconnect the nose landing gear torque link.
(r) Pressurize the hydraulic system 3.
(s) Put the N/W STRG switch to OFF.
(t) Try to move the upper torque link to the left and right.
NOTE: If the upper torque link cannot be moved, the SSV has failed open, and dispatch is not
permitted. If the upper torque link can be moved, the SSV is closed (free castering mode),
and dispatch is permitted.
(u) Reconnect the nose landing gear torque link.
(v) Remove pressure from the hydraulic system 3.
(3) Do the operational test of the brake system as follows:
NOTE: Use qualified personnel as required to do this check. Use an external headset or a suitable
communication procedure to communicate to the flight deck.
(a) Put the wheel chocks at the nose and main wheels.
(b) Release the parking brake.
(c) Pressurize the hydraulic system 2 and 3.
(d) On the LDG GEAR control panel, put the ANTI SKID switch to OFF.
(e) Push and release the pilots side brake pedals. At the same time, make sure that the discs of each
brake unit compress and release.
(f) Push and release the co-pilots side brake pedals. At the same time, make sure that the discs of each
brake unit compress and release.
(g) Set the parking brake.
(h) Remove pressure from the hydraulic system 2 and 3.
(i) Remove the wheel chocks if not required.
(j) On the LDG GEAR control panel, put the ANTI SKID switch to ARMED.
(4) Verify that the landing gear selector valve is operative as follows:
(a) Depressurize hydraulic system 3.
(b) Manually move the nose landing gear uplock in the locked position.
(c) Make sure that the LDG GEAR control handle is in the DN position.
(d) Pressurize hydraulic system 3.
(e) Make sure that the uplock unlocks
NOTE: If the uplock does not unlock, dispatch is not permitted.
(f) Restore the aircraft as required.
(5) Remove electrical power from the aircraft.
OPERATIONS (O)
A. Operators to identify the airports where ramp congestion requires towing to position the aircraft:
- Ramp/gate area to the initial taxiway, and
- Final taxiway to the ramp/gate area.
B. Operators to use corresponding operational procedures for aircraft towing at the identified airports.

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Lights
NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

33-11-01 Cockpit/Flight Deck/Flight


Compartment and
Instrument Lighting
Systems (excluding EFIS)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C Any

C Any

0 Individual lights may be inoperative provided remaining


lights are:
a) Sufficient to clearly illuminate all required
instruments, controls, and other devices for which it
is provided,
b) Positioned so that direct rays are shielded from flight
crew members eyes, and
c) Lighting configuration and intensity is acceptable to
the flight crew.
0
May be inoperative provided aircraft is not operated at
night.

PLACARD
Put an LIGHT INOPERATIVE placard near the inoperative light.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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Lights

REPAIR INTERVAL

NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

33-13-01 Cockpit Dome Light

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

PLACARD
Put a COCKPIT DOME LIGHT INOPERATIVE placard on the MISC LTS panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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Lights

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NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

33-21-01 Cabin Interior Lights


1. A/C without ModSum
TC601R101452, or
TC601R101462, or
TC601R101520

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

Any

0 May be inoperative provided:


a) Sufficient lighting is operative for cabin crew to
perform required duties, and
b) Lighting configuration at dispatch is acceptable to
the flight crew.

2. A/C with or without ModSum


TC601R101576 and
either ModSum
TC601R101452, or
TC601R101462, or
TC601R101520

Any

3. A/C with ModSum


TC601R101576 and
either ModSum
TC601R101452, or
TC601R101462, or
TC601R101520

Any

0 (O) Up to 25% of galley light individual lamps, up to


25% of sidewall downwash lights, up to 25% of
ceiling lights may be inoperative provided:
a) No more than two adjacent and no opposite ceiling
lights may be inoperative,
b) No more than two adjacent and no opposite
sidewall downwash lights may be inoperative,
c) Cabin interior light brightness control is operative or
failed in a bright state,
d) Sufficient lighting is operative for cabin crew to
perform required duties,
e) Lighting configuration at dispatch is acceptable to
the flight crew, and
f) Procedures for charging the Photoluminescent Floor
Proximity Emergency Escape Path Marking
System before the first flight of the day is
observed.
0
(O) Up to 25% of galley light individual lamps, up to
25% of sidewall downwash lights may be
inoperative provided:
a) All ceiling lights are operative,
b) No more than two adjacent and no opposite
sidewall downwash lights may be inoperative,
c) Cabin interior light brightness control is
operative or failed in the bright state,
d) Sufficient lighting is operative for cabin crew to
perform required duties,
e) Lighting configuration at dispatch is acceptable
to the flight crew, and
f) Procedures for charging the Photoluminescent
Floor Proximity Emergency Escape Path
Marking System before the first flight of the day
is observed.

PLACARD
Put a CABIN INTERIOR LIGHT(S) INOPERATIVE placard on the FORWARD FLIGHT ATTENDANT panel
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
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Lights
NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

OPERATIONS (O)
A. For sub-item 2., do as follows:
Before the first flight of the day, do as follows:
(1) Make sure that all overhead bin doors are closed.
(2) Celing lights (75% or more), sidewall lights (75% or more) and galley lights (75% or more) shall be on
and selected to bright for at least 15 minutes.
B. For sub-item 3., do as follows:
Before the first flight of the day, do as follows:
(1) All ceiling lights (100%, sidewall lights (75% or more) and galley lights (75% or more) shall be on and
selected to bright for at least 15 minutes.

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Lights

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NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

33-21-02 Stair Lights

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

PLACARD
Put an INOPERATIVE STAIR LIGHT(S) placard on the forward flight attendants panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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Lights
NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

33-23-01 Boarding Lights

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

D Any

PLACARD
Put a BOARDING LIGHTS INOPERATIVE placard on the forward flight attendants panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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Lights

REPAIR INTERVAL

NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

33-24-01 Passenger Notice System


(No Smoking/Fasten Seat Belts)

0 (O) May be inoperative provided:


a) Aircraft crew are the only occupants of the aircraft,
b) Alternate procedures are established and used, and
c) Repairs are made within one flight day.
NOTE: For the purpose of this item "aircraft crew" is
considered to be flight attendants, aircraft
maintenance engineers and supervisory crew
members.

0 (O) May be inoperative provided:


a) PA system is operative, and
b) Procedures are established and used to alert flight
attendants and notify passengers when seat belts
are to be fastened and smoking is prohibited.

1. Automatic Function

0 (O) May be inoperative provided:


a) Manual control function is verified operative, and
b) Alternate procedures are established and used.

2. No Smoking / Fasten Seat


Belt Signs

24

0 (O) May be inoperative provided:


a) PA system is operative, and
b) Procedures are established and used to alert flight
attendants and notify passengers when seat belts
are to be fastened and smoking is prohibited.

24

(O) One or more may be inoperative provided


passenger or flight attendant seats from which a
sign is illegible or missing shall not be occupied and
must be blocked and placarded "DO NOT
OCCUPY".

PLACARD
A. For an inoperative automatic passenger notice system, do as follows:
(1) Put a PASSENGER NOTICE SYSTEM (NO SMOKING/FASTEN SEAT BELTS) AUTOMATIC SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard on the PASS SIGNS/EMER LTS control panel.
B. For an inoperative no smoking/fasten seat belt sign(s), do as follows:
(1) Put a SEAT POSITION XX NO SMOKING/FASTEN SEAT BELT SIGN(S) INOPERATIVE placard on
the PASS SIGNS/EMER LTS control panel.
(2) Put a SIGN INOPERATIVE placard on the affected NO SMOKING/FASTEN SEAT BELT signs(s).
(3) Put a DO NOT OCCUPY placard on the affected seat (as applicable) and/or on the lavatory door.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.

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Lights
NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

OPERATIONS (O)
A. For an inoperative passenger notice system and no smoking/fasten seat belt signs and operations
carried out with only aircraft crew on board, do as follows:
(1) Establish and use alternate procedures to notify flight crew when the seat belts should be fastened
and smoking prohibited.
B. For an inoperative passenger notice system and no smoking/fasten seat belt signs, do as follows:
(1) Use PA to alert flight attendants and notify passengers when the seat belts should be fastened and
smoking prohibited.
C. For an inoperative automatic function, do as follows:
(1) On the PASS SIGNS/EMER LTS control panel, select the NO SMKG and the SEAT BLTS switch to
the OFF position.
(2) Make sure taht the NO SMOKING and FASTEN SEAT BELTS ordinance lights in the cabin,
galley(s), and lavatory(s) are off.
(3) On the PASS SIGNS/EMER LTS control panel, select the NO SMKG and the SEAT BLTS switch to
the ON position.
(4) Make sure that the NO SMOKING and FASTEN SEAT BELTS ordinance lights in the cabin,
galley(s), and lavatory(s) come on.
(5) On the PASS SIGNS/EMER LTS control panel, set the NO SMKG and the SEAT BLTS switch as
required.
(6) Use the manual control function of the passenger notice system to alert flight attendants and notify
passengers when the seat belts should be fastened and smoking prohibited.
D. For individual No Smoking/Fasten Seat Belt Signs inoperative, do as follows:
(1) Use the PA to alert flight attendants and notify passengers when the seat belts should be fastened
and smoking prohibited.
OR
(2) Install the "DO NOT OCCUPY" placard on the affected seat. Block the affected seat by putting the
armrests of the affected seat in the down position and extending two pieces of tape from one
armrest to the other to make an "X".
NOTE: If the flight attendant seat is affected, the dispatch limitations for the MEL item 25-22-01 Flight
Atttendant Seats are to be applied for dispatch or another set of dispatch limitations is used.

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Lights

REPAIR INTERVAL

NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

33-31-01 Service Lights

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

Any

PLACARD
Put a SERVICE LIGHT(S) INOPERATIVE placard on the applicable SERVICE LIGHT panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required

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Lights

REPAIR INTERVAL

NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

33-32-01 Maintenance Lights

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

Any

PLACARD
Put a MAINTENANCE LIGHT(S) INOPERATIVE placard on the affected SERVICE LIGHT panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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Lights

REPAIR INTERVAL

NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

33-41-01 Landing Lights

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

2 Two may be inoperative provided:


a) Both Taxi/Recognition Lights are operative, and
b) Taxi/Recognition Lights are switched OFF whenever
airplane is stationary in excess of 10 minutes.

0 All may be inoperative provided aircraft is not operated


at night.

PLACARD
Put a LANDING LIGHT(S) INOPERATIVE placard on the LANDING LTS panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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Lights

REPAIR INTERVAL

NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

33-41-02 Taxi/Recognition Lights

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

0 Both may be inoperative provided aircraft is not


operated at night.

0 Both may be inoperative provided two Landing Lights


are operative.

PLACARD
Put a TAXI/RECOGNITION LIGHT(S) INOPERATIVE placard (as applicable) on the LANDING LTS panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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Lights

REPAIR INTERVAL

NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

33-41-03 Pulsating LandingLights


System

0 (M) May be inoperative provided:


a) System is deactivated, and
b) Landing Light System is verified operative.

PLACARD
Put a PULSATING LANDING LIGHTS SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard on the LANDING LTS panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
For inoperative pulsating landing lights system, do as follows:
(1) Open and collar the circuit breaker that follows:
CB PANEL
CBP-1

CB NO.
H1

NAME
PULSE LTS

ZONE
221

(2) Energize the aircraft electrical power systems.


(3) On the LANDING LIGHTS panel, put the three LANDING LTS switches to ON.
(4) Make sure the four landing lights are on.
(5) On the LANDING LIGHTS panel, put the three LANDING LTS switches to OFF.
(6) Remove electrical power from the aircraft.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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Lights

REPAIR INTERVAL

NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

33-42-01 Navigation Lights


1. Wing Tip PositionLight Bulbs

2. Aft Position Light Bulbs

2 (M) One light bulb may be inoperative at each wing tip.

0 All may be inoperative provided aircraft is not operated


at night.

1 (M)

0 Both may be inoperative provided aircraft is not


operated at night.

PLACARD
Put a WING TIP POSITION NAVIGATION LIGHT(S) INOPERATIVE and/or AFT POSITION NAVIGATION
LIGHT(S) INOPERATIVE (as applicable) placard on the EXTERNAL LTS panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
For an inoperative wing tip position navigation light and/or an aft position navigation light, do as follows:
(1) Energize the aircraft electrical power systems.
(2) On the EXTERNAL LTS panel, put the NAV switch to ON.
(3) Monitor the circuit breakers that follow:
CB PANEL
CBP-1
CBP-2

CB
C13
U1

NAME
NAV LTS
LIGHTS NAV

ZONE
221
222

(4) Make sure that both of the circuit breakers stay set.
(5) If any one of the circuit breakers does not stay set (pops), do the deactivation of the applicable
navigation lights (refer to the AMM TASK 33-42-00-040-801).
NOTE: The deactivation procedure will allow you to do as follows:
- Isolate a part of the L (and/or R) wing tip position light circuit (one per side), if it is the cause of the fault.
- Isolate a part of the aft position upper light (vertical stabilizer) circuit, if it is the cause of the fault.
(6) On the EXTERNAL LTS panel, put the NAV switch to OFF.
(7) Remove electrical power from the aircraft.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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Lights

REPAIR INTERVAL

NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

33-43-01 Wing Inspection Lights

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

0 Both may be inoperative provided:


a) Ground de-icing procedures do not require their use,
and
b) A portable lamp/light of adequate capacity for wing
and/or control surface inspection is available for
night operations in icing conditions.

0 Both may be inoperative provided aircraft is not


operated at night.

PLACARD
Put a WING INSPECTION LIGHT(S) INOPERATIVE placard on the EXTERNAL LTS panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required

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Lights

REPAIR INTERVAL

NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

33-44-01 High Intensity AntiCollision Strobe Lights

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

0 May be inoperative provided aircraft is not operated at


night.

PLACARD
Put a STROBE LIGHT(S) INOPERATIVE placard on the EXTERNAL LTS panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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Lights

REPAIR INTERVAL

NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

33-44-02 Low Intensity Red Beacon


Lights

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

1 May be inoperative provided all High Intensity AntiCollisionStrobe Lights are operative.

0 May be inoperative provided:


a) Aircraft is not operated at night, and
b) All High Intensity Anti-Collision Strobe Lights are
operative.

PLACARD
Put a RED BEACON LIGHT INOPERATIVE placard on the EXTERNAL LTS panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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Lights

REPAIR INTERVAL

NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

33-45-01 Sterile Light System

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

0 (O) May be inoperative provided alternate procedures


are established and used.

PLACARD
Put a STERILE LIGHT INOPERATIVE placard on the EXTERNAL LTS panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Establish alternate procedures to notify the flight attendants to not disturb the flight crew.

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Lights

REPAIR INTERVAL

NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

33-46-01 Tail Flood Lights


(Logo Lights)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

PLACARD
Put a LOGO LIGHT(S) INOPERATIVE placard on the EXTERNAL LTS panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required

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Lights

REPAIR INTERVAL

NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

33-51-01 Cabin Emergency Lights

Any

1. Ceiling Level Emergency


Floodlights

Two ceiling floodlights may be inoperative provided


they are not adjacent to each other.

2. Floor Level Emergency


Floodlights (A/C without
ModSum,
TC601R101462, or
TC601R101470, or
TC601R101520)

Three out of five light bulbs within each floor floodlight


may be inoperative.

3. Floor Level Emergency


Floodlights (A/C with ModSum,
TC601R101462, or
TC601R101470, or
TC601R101520)

Three out of five light bulbs within the floodlight may be


inoperative.

4. Ceiling Level Lighted Exit Signs


(Curved Signs)

Each exit sign may have 50% of its internal lights


inoperative, except that both tip lights in exit sign must
be operative.

5. Lighted Exit Signs

Each exit sign may have 50% of its internal lights


inoperative.

6. Floor Level Lighted Exit Signs


(A/C with ModSum
TC601R101462, or
TC601R101470, or
TC601R101520)

Three out of five bulbs within each sigh may be


inoperative.

7. Electroluminescent
Floor Proximity Emergency
Escape Path Marking System
(A/C without ModSum
TC601R101452, or
TC601R101462, or
TC601R101520)

Up to 50% of the individual floor-mounted lighting strips


may be inoperative provided they are not adjacent to
each other. Strips with orange overlays at the Service
Door must be operative.

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(O) May be inoperative provided:


a) Aircraft crew are the only occupants of the aircraft,
b) No crew occupies area of affected lights,
c) Alternate procedures are established and used, and
d) Repairs are made within one flight day.
NOTE: For the purpose of this item "aircraft crew" is
considered to be flight attendants, aircraft
maintenance engineers and supervisory crew
members.

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Lights

REPAIR INTERVAL

NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

8. Photoluminescent Floor
Proximity Emergency Escape
Path Marking System
Strip/Tape (A/C with ModSum
TC601R101452, or
TC601R101462, or
TC601R101520)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

May be damaged or segment(s) missing provided:


a) Length of the affected section(s) does not exceed 8
in. (20 cm),
b) Affected section(s) is not attached to the overwing
exit marker cross sections,
c) Overwing exit marker cross sections are not affected,
d) Aft cabin cross-aisle section is not affected,
e) Interval between affectedsections on the same side
is not less than 128 in. (326 cm),
f) Interval between affected sections on the opposite
sides is not less than 60 in. (153 cm), and
g) Maximum total length of the affected sections on
both sides does not exceed 48 in. (120 cm).
NOTE: For the purpose of this item, the term
"damaged" implies a degradation of the path
marking system strip/tape that prevents the
system to perform its intended functions
(permanent stain masking the path marking
system strip/tape).

PLACARD
Put a CABIN EMERGENCY LIGHTS INOPERATIVE placard on the PASS SIGNS/EMER LTS panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Establish a procedure to position the flight crew in the area most accessible to exits and an evacuation
procedure for Cabin Emergency Lights inoperative. The assigned exits are to be in an area of operative
lights.

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Lights

REPAIR INTERVAL

NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

33-51-02 Exterior Emergency Lights

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

B Any

0 All may be inoperative provided aircraft is not operated


at night.

6 One of two rearward overwing lights on each side of


aircraft may be inoperative.

PLACARD
Put an EXTERIOR EMERGENCY LIGHT(S) INOPERATIVE placard on the PASS SIGNS/EMER LTS
panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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Lights

REPAIR INTERVAL

NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

33-51-03 Emergency Lights "OFF"


Light (light function only)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

PLACARD
Put an EMERGENCY LIGHTS "OFF" LIGHT INOPERATIVE placard on the PASS SIGNS/EMER LTS
panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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Navigation

REPAIR INTERVAL

NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

34-12-01 Integrated Standby


Instruments (ISI)
1. NAV Function

C 1

2. Attitude Function

May be inoperative provided:


a) Operations are conducted in day VMC, and
b) Source selector is selected to NORMAL with each
side fed from its on-side AHRS/IRS.

PLACARD
Put an INTEGRATED STANDBY INSTRUMENTS (ISI) INOPERATIVE placard below the primary EICAS
display unit.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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Navigation

REPAIR INTERVAL

NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

34-14-01 Altitude Alerting System

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

Except where enroute operations require its use, may


be inoperative provided:
a) Autopilot with altitude hold is operative, and
b) Repairs are made within three flight days.
NOTE: Altitude Alerting System is required for RVSM
Operations.

PLACARD
Put an ALTITUDE ALERTING SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard below the primary EICAS display unit.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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34-21-01 Attitude Heading


Reference System (AHRS)
Fans

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 2

PLACARD
Install an ATTITUDE HEADING REFERENCE SYSTEM FAN(S) INOPERATIVE placard as required by
operators procedures.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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34-22-01 Non-stabilized Magnetic


Compass (Standby Compass)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

(O) May be inoperative provided:


a) Any combination of two Gyro or INS (IRU) Stabilized
Compass Systems operate normally, and
b) Operations are conducted with Dual Independent
Navigation Capability and under Positive Radar
Control by ATC on the enroute portion of the flight.

(O) May be inoperative for flights that are entirely within


areas of magnetic unreliability provided at least two
Stabilized Directional Gyro Systems are installed,
operative and used in conjunction with approved
Free Gyro Navigation Techniques.

PLACARD
Put a STANDBY MAGNETIC COMPASS INOPERATIVE placard on the standby compass.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Ensure that the planned routing complies with qualifying conditions.

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34-23-01 Standby Attitude Indicator

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

May be inoperative provided:


a) Operations are conducted in day VMC, and
b) Source selector is selected to NORMAL with each
side fed from its on-side AHRS/IRS.

PLACARD
Put a STANDBY ATTITUDE INDICATOR INOPERATIVE placard on the standby attitude indicator.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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34-25-01 Source Select Panel


Switches
1. ATTD/HDG, DSPL CONT

C 2

Both may be inoperative provided:


a) PFD/MFD are not selected to a common source,
b) Standby Attitude Indicator/ISI Attitude Function is
operative, and
c) Standby Magnetic Compass Indicator is operative.

2. AIR DATA

C 1

Except where enroute operations require its use, may


be inoperative.

PLACARD
A. Put a REVERSIONARY MODE SELECTOR SWITCH(ES) INOPERATIVE placard on the SOURCE
SELECTOR panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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ITEM

34-30-01 Microwave Landing


System (MLS) Receiver

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

D 1

As required by Regulations

PLACARD
Put an MICROWAVE LANDING SYSTEM (MLS) INOPERATIVE placard below the pilot and copilot EFIS
primary flight displays.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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34-32-01 Head-up Guidance


System

D 1

(M) May be inoperative provided approach procedures


are not dependent on its use.

C 1

(M) May be inoperative provided routine procedures do


not require its use.

PLACARD
Put an HEAD-UP GUIDANCE SYSTEM (HGS) INOPERATIVE placard below the pilots EFIS primary flight
display and on the HGS combiner.
MAINTENANCE (M)
A. For an inoperative heads-up guidance system, deactivate as follows:
(1) Open and collar the circuit breakers that follow:
CB PANEL
CBP-3
CBP-4

CB
C4
C5

NAME
HGS
HGS

ZONE
221
222

(2) If the combiner unit is not already stowed, release the stowage/release handle and put the combiner
unit into the stowed position.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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34-41-01 Weather Radar System


1. Turbulence Mode

C 1

C 1

As required by Regulations.

PLACARD
A. Put a WEATHER RADAR SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard below the pilot and copilot EFIS
multifunction displays.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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34-41-02 Weather Radar Control


Panel

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 2

1
As required by Regulations.

PLACARD
Put a RADAR CONTROL PANEL INOPERATIVE placard on the WEATHER RADAR control panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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34-42-01 Ground Proximity Warning


System

C 1

May be inoperative providedoperations are conducted in


day VMC conditions only.

C 1

(O) May be inoperative provided alternate procedures


are established and used.
NOTE: Check AFM limitations for approach minimums.

A. (a/c without
ModSum
TC601R15984
and without
ModSum
TC601R17138)

C 1

(M) (O) May be inoperative provided:


a) Alternate procedures are established and used, and
b) Flap position transmitters are verified operative.

B. (a/c with ModSum


TC601R15984 or
TC601R17138)

C 1

(O) May be inoperative provided alternate procedures


are established and used.

May be inoperative provided:


a) GPWS is operative, and
b) Repairs are made within ten calendar days.

1. Glideslope Deviation
(Mode 5)

2. Advisory Callouts
(Mode 6)

(O) May be inoperative provided repairs are made within


6 consecutive flights or 25 flight hours or 2 calendar
days whichever occurs first.
NOTE: The GPWS is considered inoperative if any of
the Terrain Avoidance Modes 1-4 or the Test
Mode is inoperative.

3. Windshear Mode
(Mode 7)

4. Terrain Awareness and


Warning System
(TAWS)

PLACARD
Put a GROUND PROXIMITY WARNING SYSTEM, TERRAIN AVOIDANCE, GLIDESLOPE DEVIATION,
ADVISORY CALLOUTS, WINDSHEAR MODE INOPERATIVE placard (as applicable) above the GPWS
and G/S Switch/Light on the PILOT and COPILOT SWITCH/LIGHT panels.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Do as follows after the failure occurred:
NOTE: Dispatch is not permitted if the maintenance procedure fails.
A. For a Windshear Mode (Mode 7) inoperative, do as follows:
(1) Energize the aircraft electrical power systems.
(2) Install warning placards on the flaps to give warning about the flaps movement.
(3) On the EICAS Control Panel (ECP), push the F/CTL pushbutton to get access to the Flight Controls
page.
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(4) Set the flaps control lever to 0.


(5) On the Flight Controls page, make sure that the position of the left and right flap position display
agree with the flaps control lever position.
(6) On the lower panel CBP-1, set the MAINT switch to MFD 1 (MFD 2).
(7) On the multifunction display (MFD 1 or MFD 2), get access to the maintenance diagnostic computer
(MDC).
(8) On the applicable display control panel (DCP), push the BRG pushbutton to set the cursor to the LRU
DIAGNOSTIC DATA page.
(9) On the DCP, push the RDR/TERR pushbutton to get access to the LRU DIAGNOSTIC DATA page.
(10) On the DCP, push the BRG pushbutton to find the SPS 1 and SPS 2 diagnostic words on the LRU
DIAGNOSTIC DATA page.
(11) Make sure that bit 16 is set to 0 on label 350 for SPS 1 and SPS 2.
(12) Set the flap control lever to 20.
(13) On the Flight Controls page, make sure that the position of the left and right flap position display
agree with the flaps control lever position.
(14) Make sure that bit 16 is set to 0 on label 350 for SPS 1 and SPS 2.
(15) Set the flap control lever to 30.
(16) On the Flight Controls page, make sure that the position of the left and right flap
position display agree with the flaps control lever position.
(17) Make sure that bit 16 is set to 0 on label 350 for SPS 1 and SPS 2.
(18) Set the flap control lever to 45.
(19) On the Flight Controls page, make sure that the position of the left and right flap position display
agree with the flaps control lever position.
(20) Make sure that bit 16 is set to 0 on label 350 for SPS 1 and SPS 2.
(21) Retract the flap if required.
(22) On the lower panel CBP-1, set the MAINT switch to OFF.
(23) Make sure that the navigation data is shown on the MFD 1 (MFD 2).
(24) Remove the warning placards from the flaps.
(25) Remove electrical power from the aircraft.
OPERATIONS (O)
Alternate procedures should be used.

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34-42-02 GRND PROX TERRAIN


Switch Guard

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 1

PLACARD
Put a GRND PROX TERRAIN SWITCH GUARD INOPERATIVE placard on the Glareshield.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required

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34-42-03 GRND PROX FLAP


Switch Guard

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

May be inoperative provided:


a) Ground Proximity Warning System Modes 1-4 are
considered inoperative, and
b) Repairs are made within 6 consecutive flights or 25
flight hours or 2 calendar days whichever occurs first.

PLACARD
Put a GRND PROX FLAP SWITCH GUARD INOPERATIVE placard below the GRND PROX FLAP Switch.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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34-43-01 Traffic Alert and Collision


Avoidance System (TCAS II)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

As required by Regulations.

1. Combined Traffic Alert (TA)


and Resolution Advisory
(RA) Dual Displays

C 2

(O) May be inoperative provided:


a) TA and RA elements and audio functions are
operative on flying pilot side, and
b) TA and RA display indications are visible to the nonflying pilot.

2. Resolution Advisory (RA)


Display System(s)

C 2

(O) One may be inoperative on non-flying pilot side.

C 2

(O) May be inoperative provided:


a) All Traffic Alert (TA) display elements and voice
command audio functions are operative, and
b) TA only mode is selected by the crew.

C 2

(O) May be inoperative provided all installed RA display


and audio functions are operative.

3. Traffic Alert (TA) Display


System(s)

PLACARD
Put a TCAS INOPERATIVE placard on the pilot and co-pilot EFIS multifunction display.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Monitor the operative indications and advisories and respond as appropriate.

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34-44-01 Radio Altimeter

C 2

(M) May be inoperative provided approach minimums


are not dependent on its use.

PLACARD
Put a RADIO ALTIMETER INOPERATIVE placard below the applicable EFIS primary flight display and the
related AIR DATA REFERENCE panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
For an inoperative radio altimeter, deactivate it as follows:
(1) Energize the aircraft electrical power systems.
(2) Open and collar the circuit breaker for the inoperative radio altimeter that follows:
CB PANEL
CBP-1

CB
K7

NAME
RAD ALT 1

ZONE
221

CB PANEL
CBP-2

CB
L1

NAME
RAD ALT 2

ZONE
222

OR

(3) On the EICAS primary display, if the GLD UNSAFE caution message shows, do thefollowing:
(a) To remove the GLD UNSAFE caution message if it is shown, open then close the circuit breakers
that follow:
CB PANEL
CBP-1
CBP-2
CBP-4
CBP-4

CB
N8
N8
A2
A3

NAME
SECU 1
SECU 2
SECU 1A
SECU 2B

ZONE
221
222
222
222

NOTE: After the deactivation of the defective radio altimeter, the RA red flag will show continuously
on the PFD that is on the same side as the defective radio altimeter.
(4) Remove electrical power from the aircraft.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.
NOTE: If the GLD UNSAFE caution message comes on after the next landing it is considered a nuisance
message, do the (M) steps for the GLD UNSAFE message removal.

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REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

34-44-02 Radio Altimeter Test


Switches
1. Single Radio Altimeter
Installation

C 2

One may be inoperative provided RAD ALT test function


on the operative side is performed prior to each flight.

2. Dual Radio Altimeter


Installation

C 2

One may be inoperative provided:


a) RAD ALT test function on the operative side is
performed prior to each flight, and
b) Associated Radio Altimeter with the operative test
switch is operative.

PLACARD
Put a RA TEST SWITCH INOPERATIVE placard on the AIR DATA REFERENCE panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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ITEM

34-50-01 Long Range Navigation


Systems (INS/IRS (Navigation
function only), GPS, etc.)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 1

As required by Regulations.

PLACARD
Put an appropriate NAVIGATION SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard on the affected control panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
NOTE: Disable the use of the unserviceable GPS sensor data in the FMS calculations to determine
position as per FMS pilot guide procedures.

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ITEM

34-51-01 Marker Beacon Systems

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

May be inoperative for IFR operations provided


approach procedures do not require marker fixes.

May be inoperative for VFR operations.

PLACARD
Put a MARKER BEACON SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard below the pilot and copilot EFIS primary flight
display units.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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34-51-02 VHF Navigation Systems


(VOR/ILS)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

As required by Regulations.

PLACARD
Put a VOR or ILS INOPERATIVE placard (as applicable) below the pilot and copilot EFIS primary flight
displays.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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ITEM

34-52-01
Automatic
Finding (ADF) System

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

Direction

C 2

As required by Regulations.

PLACARD
Put a AUTOMATIC DIRECTION FINDING (ADF) INOPERATIVE placard below the pilot and copilot EFIS
primary flight display units, and on both of the RADIO TUNING units.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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ITEM

34-53-01 Distance Measuring


Equipment (DME) Systems

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 2

As required by Regulations.

PLACARD
Put a DISTANCE MEASURING EQUIPMENT (DME) INOPERATIVE placard below the pilot and copilot
EFIS primary flight display units, and on both of the RADIO TUNING units.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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34-54-01 ATC Transponders and


Automatic Altitude
Reporting Systems

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 1

As required by Regulations.

D 1

Any in excess of those required by Regulations may be


inoperative.
NOTE: Transponder and Flight Director/Autopilot must
use same side ADC data for RVSM operations.

PLACARD
Put an ATC TRANSPONDER SYSTEM(S) INOPERATIVE placard on both of the RADIO TUNING units.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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Navigation
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REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

34-61-01 Flight Management


Systems

1. Navigation Databases

C 2

(O) Except where enroute operations require its use, all


may be inoperative provided:
a) Alternate procedures are established and used,
b) Alternate means for initializing IRS is available for
IRS equipped aircraft, and
c) Both RTUs are operative.

C 2

(O) May be out of currency provided:


a) Current Aeronautical Charts are used to verify
Navigation Fixes prior to dispatch,
b) Procedures are established and used to verify status
and suitability of Navigation Facilities used to define
route of flight, and
c) Approach Navigation Radios are manually tuned and
identified.

PLACARD
Put a FLIGHT MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS INOPERATIVE placard on the FLIGHT CONTROL panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
A. For both FMSs inoperative, do as follows:
**ON AIRCRAFT WITH IRS NAVIGATION
NOTE 1:If both FMSs have failed, it is not necessary to realign the IRSs prior to the next flight provided that
the DC power is not removed from the aircraft and the IRSs remain ON.
NOTE 2:If EICAS 2000 is not installed, both of the IRSs shall be in ATT or NAV mode.
(1) Align the IRSs with the EICAS MENU page using the EICAS control panel.
(2) If the IRSs are in the NAV mode, enter the current aircraft position.
(3) If the IRSs are in the ATT mode, enter the current aircraft heading.
**ON ALL AIRCRAFT
(4) Establish and use alternate procedures.
B. For FMS navigation databases that are out of currency, do as follows:
(1) Establish and use alternate procedures.

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ITEM

34-61-02 Data Base Unit (DBU)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

D 1

PLACARD
Put an DATA BASE UNIT INOPERATIVE placard on the FLIGHT CONTROL panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
NOTE: Alternate procedures should be used.

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Oxygen
NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

35-10-01 Observers Oxygen


System

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 1

May be inoperative provided Observers Seat is not


occupied.

C 1

May be inoperative provided the flight is not conducted


above 10000 ft pressure altitude.

PLACARD
Put an OBSERVERS OXYGEN SYSTEM (or OBSERVERS SEAT) INOPERATIVE placard on the
observers seat.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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Oxygen
NUMBER INSTALLED
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ITEM

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

35-12-01 Flight Crew Oxygen


Pressure Indications
1. EICAS Readout

C 1

2. Ground Service
PanelPressure Gauge

C 1

(M)(O) May be inoperative provided Ground Service


Panel Pressure Gauge or Bottle Pressure Gauge
is operative and checked prior to each flight.

May be inoperative provided EICAS Readout is


operative and checked prior to each flight.
(M) May be inoperative provided Bottle Pressure Gauge
is operative and checked prior to each flight.

3. Bottle Pressure Gauge

C 1

PLACARD
Put a CREW OXYGEN PRESSURE INDICATION INOPERATIVE placard below the EICAS secondary
display, and/or on the inoperative gauge on the OXYGEN bottle, and/or on the inoperative gauge on the
GROUND SERVICE OXYGEN panel (as applicable).
MAINTENANCE (M)
Before each flight
A. For an inoperative EICAS oxygen pressure readout, do as follows:
(1) Check the flight crew oxygen pressure on the GROUND SERVICE OXYGEN panel gauge or on the
OXYGEN bottle pressure gauge. For access and to service, refer to the AMM TASK 12-16-35-614-801.
Before each flight
B. For an inoperative ground service panel pressure gauge, do as follows:
(1) Check the flight crew oxygen pressure on the EICAS oxygen pressure readout or the
OXYGEN bottle pressure gauge For access and to service, refer to the AMM TASK
12-16-35-614-801.
OPERATIONS (O)
For an inoperative EICAS oxygen pressure readout and the use of the crew oxygen is required, do as
follows:
During flight, if the use of the crew oxygen is required
(1) Oxygen masks..........................Don
and set to 100%, if
necessary.
Descent .................................... Initiate
to 10,000 ft or lowest
safe altitude, whichever is higher.

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NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

35-12-02 High Pressure Discharge


Indicator

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 1

(O) May be damaged or missing provided:


a) Two pressure indications are verified operative
after failure occurrence, and
b) Crew oxygen bottle pressure is checked within
limits before each flight.

PLACARD
Put a HIGH PRESSURE DISCHARGE INOPERATIVE placard on the PILOT and CO-PILOT oxygen mask
container.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
After the failure occurred
A. Verify on two means of indication that crew oxygen bottle pressure is within limits. Ground Service Panel
Pressure Gauge, Bottle Pressure Gauge or EICAS Readout may be used.
Before each flight
B. Check that crew oxygen bottle pressure is within limits.

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ITEM

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

35-20-01 Passenger Oxygen


System

(O) May be inoperative provided:


a) All components of cabin pressurization warning and
indicating systems are operative,
b) Operations are conducted so that minimum enroute
altitude is at or below 13,000 ft MSL,
c) Operations are conducted at or below FL 250,
d) Portable oxygen units are provided for all crew
members and for 10 percent of the passengers for half
an hour (supplemental oxygen),
e) Operational procedures areestablished to ensure that
passengers are appropriately briefed to accommodate
revised equipment, and
f) Both Air Conditioning Packs are verified operative.

1. Automatic Deployment

(M) May be inoperative provided:


a) Manual deployment is operative, and
b) Operations are conducted at or below FL 300.

2. Passenger Service Units


(PSUs)

Any

(M)(O) Individual PSUs may be inoperative with no flight


altitude restriction provided:
a) Associated seats are blocked and placarded to
prevent occupancy,
b) PSUs for flight attendant locations operate
normally, and
c) No more than two consecutive banks of seats and
their adjacent banks of seats have an inoperative
PSU (forward and aft, left and right).

3. Automatic Opening
Feature of Door Latches

Any

(M)(O) May be inoperative provided:


a) The door is confirmed inoperative unlatched,
b) The door is secured closed,
c) The PSU oxygen system is operative,
d) The flight remains at or below FL 300,
e) The manual deployment system is operative,
f) No more than two consecutive banks of seats and
their adjacent banks of seats have an inoperative
automatic opening feature, and
g) Occupants are briefed on oxygen mask access.
NOTE: The method of door closure must not hinder
ready access to the first aid oxygen outlet.

PLACARD
A. For an inoperative passenger oxygen system, do as follows:
(1) Put a PASSENGER OXYGEN SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard below the PASS OXY switch/light.
B. For an inoperative passenger oxygen system automatic deployment function, do as follows:
(1) Put an AUTOMATIC DEPLOYMENT INOPERATIVE placard below the PASS OXY switch/light.

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NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C. For an inoperative passenger oxygen system PSU, do as follows:


(1) Put a PSU INOPERATIVE placard on the affected PSU(s) as required.
(2) Put a DO NOT OCCUPY SEAT placard on the affected seat(s) as required.
D. For an inoperative automatic opening feature of door latches, do as follows:
(1) Put an AUTOMATIC OPENING OF DOOR LATCHES INOPERATIVE placard on the affected PSU(s).
MAINTENANCE (M)
A. For an inoperative automatic deployment of the passenger oxygen system, do as follows:
(1) Do the operational test of the passenger oxygen system (refer to the AMM TASK 35-20-00-710-801).
OR
Do the operational test of the passenger oxygen system (refer to the AMM TASK 35-20-00-710-803).
(2) Open and collar the circuit breaker that follows:
CB PANEL
CBP-2

CB
P11

NAME
PASS OXYGEN AUTO DEPLOY

ZONE
222

B. For an inoperative passenger oxygen system PSU(s), do as follows:


(1) Set the test latch of the inoperative PSU(s) to the test position
(refer to the AMM TASK 35-20-00-710-801).
OR
Set the test latch of the inoperative PSU(s) to the test position (refer to the AMM TASK 35-20-00-710-803).
(2) Make sure that the affected passenger seat(s) (refer to the restrictions of proviso c)) is blocked from
use and install the DO NOT OCCUPY placard on the seat.
NOTE: A rigid DO NOT OCCUPY placard of sufficient size so that it can be attached across the two
armrests or between the front of the seat bottom to the seat back of the inoperative seat is
suitable. When the seat is blocked, access to the aisle or emergency exit must not be
restricted.
(3) If the lavatory PSU is inoperative, close and lock the lavatory door.
(4) Install the LAVATORY INOPERATIVE placard on the lavatory door.
C. For an inoperative automatic opening feature of door latches, do as follows:
(1) Confirm that the inoperative door is unlatched.
(2) Close the inoperative door.
(3) Secure it with adhesive tape.
(4) Make sure there is a sufficient quantity of tape that hangs to give the seat occupant access to the
oxygen mask.
OPERATIONS (O)
A. For an inoperative passenger oxygen system, do as follows:
(1) Passengers are briefed on portable oxygen unit emergency procedures.
Before departure (before or during passenger boarding)
(2) Make sure that both of the PACKS are operative as follows:
NOTE: This check can be done to one PACK at a time.
WARNING: DO NOT OPERATE THE AIR-CONDITIONING PACK(S) WITH THE AIRCRAFT DOORS
CLOSED. THE AIRCRAFT CAN BECOME PRESSURIZED. IF THE AIRCRAFT
PRESSURIZES INADVERTENTLY, INJURIES TO PERSONNEL AND/OR DAMAGE TO
EQUIPMENT CAN OCCUR.

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Oxygen
NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

(a) Make sure that the passenger door or the service door is open.
(b) Pressurize the 10TH stage bleed air system.
(c) On the AIR-CONDITIONING control panel, press in the L (R) PACK switch/light.
(d) Check for the indications that follow:
1 On the L (R) PACK switch/light, make sure that the OFF light is not on.
2 On the EICAS secondary display make sure that the L (R) PACK OFF status message is not
shown.
3 On the EICAS control panel push the ECS discrete button. On the EICAS secondary display,
make sure that the pack pressures, temperatures and the system symbol indications are
normal.
4 On the EICAS primary display make sure that the L (R) PACK HI PRESS and the L (R) PACK HI
TEMP caution messages are not shown.
(3) On the AIR-CONDITIONING control panel, press out the L (R) PACK switch/light.
(4) Check for the indications that follow:
(a) On the L (R) PACK switch/light, make sure that the OFF light is on.
(b) On the EICAS secondary display make sure that the L (R) PACK OFF status message is shown.
(5) Do the air conditioning pack operation check to the other pack.
(6) De-pressurize the 10TH stage bleed air system.
B. For an inoperative passenger oxygen system PSU(s), do as follows:
(1) Flight attendant is made aware of the inoperative PSU(s) location.
C. For an inoperative automatic opening feature of door latches, do as follows:
(1) Captain to advise Flight Attendant(s) about location of modules with inoperative automatic opening
feature and to ensure occupants are briefed on oxygen mask access.

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NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

35-20-02 Passenger Oxygen


(Masks Deployed) "ON" Light

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 1

PLACARD
Put an "ON" LIGHT INOPERATIVE placard on the PASS OXY Switch/Light, located on the overhead
instrument panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

35-20-03 Lavatory Passenger


Oxygen System

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 1

(O) May be inoperative provided:


a) Lavatory is not used for any purpose, and
b) Lavatory door is locked and placarded
"INOPERATIVE DO NOT ENTER".

C 1

(O) May be inoperative provided flight is conducted at or


below FL 250.
NOTE: These provisos are not intended to preclude
lavatory inspections by a crew member.

PLACARD
Put an INOPERATIVE DO NOT ENTER placard on the lavatory door if the door is locked.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Crew to establish a procedure to inspect the lavatory at a regular interval.

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ITEM

35-31-01 Portable Oxygen


Dispensing Units

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

Any

(M)(O) Any in excess of those required by Regulations


may be inoperative provided:
a) Inoperative unit is removed from passenger cabin
and its location is placarded INOPERATIVE, or it
is removed from the installed location, secured out
of sight and the unit and its installed location are
placarded INOPERATIVE,
b) Required distribution is maintained, and
c) Procedures are established to alert crew members
of inoperative or missing equipment.

PLACARD
For an inoperative portable oxygen dispensing unit, do as follows:
(1) Put an INOPERATIVE placard on the portable oxygen dispensing unit.
(2) Put a OXYGEN DISPENSING UNIT INOPERATIVE placard on the mounting bracket.
MAINTENANCE (M)
For an inoperative portable oxygen dispensing unit, do as follows:
(1) Put the INOPERATIVE placard on the portable oxygen dispensing unit.
(2) Put the OXYGEN DISPENSING UNIT INOPERATIVE placard on the mounting bracket.
(3) Remove the portable oxygen dispensing unit from the cabin.
(4) If the portable oxygen dispensing unit is not removed from the cabin, secure it in a location that it can
not be mistaken for a functional portable oxygen dispensing unit.
OPERATIONS (O)
Crew members are made aware of the inoperative or missing portable oxygen dispensing unit(s) and its
location.

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Oxygen
NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

35-31-02 Protective Breathing


Equipment

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

D 2

(O) Any in excess of those required by Regulations may


be missing or inoperative provided:
a) Required distribution of operative units is maintained
throughout the aircraft,
b) Inoperative PBE unit is removed from passenger
cabin and its location is placarded INOPERATIVE,
or it is removed from the installed location, secured
out of sight and the PBE unit and its installed
location are placarded INOPERATIVE, and
c) Procedures are established to alert crew members of
inoperative or missing equipment.

PLACARD
Put a PROTECTIVE BREATHING EQUIPMENT INOPERATIVE (PBE) placard(s) on the inoperative PBE
unit and adjacent to its stowage area.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
A. For an inoperative portable oxygen dispensing (PBE) unit(s), do as follows:
(1) Put the PBE INOPERATIVE placard on the PBE unit.
(2) Put the PBE INOPERATIVE placard adjacent to the PBE stowage area.
(3) Remove the PBE unit from the cabin.
(4) If the PBE unit is not removed from the cabin, secure it in a location that it can not be mistaken for a
functional PBE unit.
B. Crew members are made aware of the inoperative or missing PBE unit(s) and its location

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Pneumatic
NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

36-12-01 Bleed Air L/R 14TH


STAGE SOVs

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 2

(M) One may be inoperative provided:


a) Affected valve is secured CLOSED,
b) Both Ice Detection Systems are operative,
c) Associated Thrust Reverser is deactivated, stowed,
and LOCKED in forward thrust position,
d) Operations are not conducted in known or forecast
icing conditions, and
e) Operations are conducted in accordance with AFM
performance data for one Thrust Reverser
inoperative.

PLACARD
Put a LEFT or RIGHT 14TH STAGE ENGINE BLEED AIR SOV INOPERATIVE placard on the BLEED AIR
control panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
For an inoperative bleed air 14TH stage SOV, do as follows:
(1) Do the deactivation of the bleed air 14TH stage SOV (refer to the AMM TASK 36-12-00-040-801).
(2) Do the deactivation of the associated thrust reverser (refer to the AMM TASK 78-30-00-040-802).
OPERATIONS (O)
NOTE: AFM reference:
SUPPLEMENTS (chapter 07).
OPERATIONS ON WET AND CONTAMINATED RUNWAYS (supplement 3) page 07- 03-06 and 07-03-27.

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Pneumatic
NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

36-21-01 Bleed Air 10TH Stage


Overheat Sensing Loops
(A & B)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 2

(O) Either loop A or B may be inoperative provided


neither loop is failed OPEN.

PLACARD
Put a BLEED AIR 10TH STAGE OVERHEAT SENSING LOOPS (A & B) INOPERATIVE placard on the
BLEED AIR control panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
For an inoperative bleed air 10TH stage overheat sensing loop, do as follows:
(1) On the BLEED AIR control panel, turn the DUCT MON rotary switch to TEST.
(2) Make sure that you get the indications that follow:
- On the L and R 10TH stage DUCT FAIL/CLOSED switch lights, the 10TH stage L and R DUCT FAIL
lights are on
- On the EICAS primary display, the L and R 10TH DUCT warning messages are displayed, and
- Aural warning BLEED AIR DUCT is on.
NOTE: There are other DUCT MON TEST indications, but if you do not get the above three
indications the 10TH stage bleed leak detection system has at least one loop open circuit.
One loop open circuit is a no dispatch condition.
(3) Release the DUCT MON rotary switch to the NORM position.

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Pneumatic
NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

36-21-02 BLEED AIR 14TH Stage


"L/R DUCT FAIL/CLOSED"
Switch Lights
(light function only)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 2

PLACARD
Put a "DUCT FAIL" and/or a "CLOSED" LIGHT INOPERATIVE placard on the L and/or R 14TH STAGE
Switch Light(s) (as applicable), located on the BLEED AIR control panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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Pneumatic
NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

36-21-04 BLEED AIR 10TH Stage


"DUCT FAIL/CLOSED" Switch
Lights (light function only)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 2

PLACARD
Put a "DUCT FAIL" and/or a "CLOSED" LIGHT INOPERATIVE placard on the L and/or R 10TH STAGE
Switch Light(s) (as applicable), located on the BLEED AIR control panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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Pneumatic
NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

36-21-05 BLEED AIR 10TH Stage


Isol "OPEN" Switch Light
(light function only)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 1

PLACARD
Put an "OPEN" LIGHT INOPERATIVE placard on the 10TH STAGE ISOL Switch Light, located on the
BLEED AIR control panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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Water and Waste
NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

38-10-01 Potable Water Systems

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 1

(M) May be inoperative provided:


a) Appropriate procedures are established to
deactivateapplicable system components to prevent
its use or servicing, and
b) Tank is drained and inspected to ensure no leakage.

C 1

(M)(O) Individual components may be inoperative


provided:
a) Associated components are deactivated or
isolated, and
b) Associated system components are verified not to
have leaks.
NOTE: Any portion of system which operates
normally may be used.

PLACARD
A. For an inoperative galley potable water system, do as follows:
(1) Put a GALLEY POTABLE WATER SYSTEM INOPERATIVE - DO NOT SERVICE placard on the
POTABLE WATER SYSTEM control panel and on the forward WATER TANK SERVICE panel.
B. For an inoperative lavatory potable water system, do as follows:
(1) Put a LAVATORY POTABLE WATER SYSTEM INOPERATIVE - DO NOT SERVICE placard on the
POTABLE WATER SYSTEM control panel and on the aft WATER TANK SERVICE panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
A. For inoperative potable water system components, do as follows:
(1) Operator to establish appropriate procedures to deactivate applicable system components.
B. For an inoperative galley potable water system, do as follows:
(1) On the galley POTABLE WATER SYSTEM control panel, put the GALLEY POWER switch to OFF.
(2) On the galley POTABLE WATER SYSTEM control panel, open and collar the GALLEY system circuit
breakers that follow:
- CONTL & IND
- TANK HTR
- LINE HTRS
- COFFEE MAKER(S)
(3) Drain the galley water tank (refer to the AMM TASK 12-18-38-600-803).
(4) Do a visual check for leakage (refer to the AMM TASK 38-11-01-210-801).
C. For an inoperative lavatory potable water system, do as follows:
(1) On the galley POTABLE WATER SYSTEM control panel, put the LAVATORY POWER switch to OFF.
(2) On the galley POTABLE WATER SYSTEM control panel, open and collar the LAVATORY system
circuit breakers that follow:
- CONTL & IND.
- TANK HTR
- LINE HTRS
(3) Drain the lavatory water tank (refer to the AMM TASK 12-18-38-600-804).
(4) Do a visual check for leakage (refer to the AMM TASK 38-21-01-210-801).
OPERATIONS (O)
A. Alternate procedures for water provision and notification of subsequent crew to be used.
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Water and Waste

REPAIR INTERVAL

NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

38-30-01 Lavatory Waste Systems

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 1

(M) May be inoperative provided:


a) Procedures are established to deactivate system
components,
b) Waste is drained, and system is inspected for
leakage, and
c) Lavatory door is locked closed and placarded
INOPERATIVE - DO NOT ENTER.

PLACARD
For an inoperative lavatory waste system, do as follows:
(1) Put an INOPERATIVE - DO NOT ENTER placard on the lavatory door.
(2) Put a LAVATORY WASTE SYSTEM INOPERATIVE - DO NOT SERVICE placard on the TOILET
SERVICE panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
For an inoperative lavatory waste system, do as follows:
(1) **ON AIRCRAFT MSN 7003-7067, 7069-7509 PRE SB 601R-24-102
(a) Drain the lavatory waste tank (refer to the AMM TASK 12-18-38-600-806).
(b) Open and collar the circuit breakers that follow:
CB PANEL
CB
NAME
ZONE
CBP-2
S2
TOILET
222
CBP-2
U4
WASTE SYS
222
(c) Close and lock the lavatory door.
(2) **ON AIRCRAFT MSN 7003-7067, 7069-7509 POST SB 601R-24-102 and ON AIRCRAFT MSN
7510 and subsequent
(a) Drain the lavatory waste tank (refer to the AMM TASK 12-18-38-600-806).
(b) Do the deactivation of the lavatory (refer to the AMM TASK 25-41-00-040-801).
(c) Close and lock the lavatory door.
(3) **ON AIRCRAFT MSN 7003-7067, 7069-7990 POST SB 601R-24-126 and ON AIRCRAFT MSN
8000 and subsequent
(a) Drain the lavatory waste tank (refer to the AMM TASK 12-18-38-600-806).
(b) Open the access door that follows:
PANEL
NAME
REFERENCE
811
Main Avionics Compartment
(c) In the avionics compartment at FS394, right side, set the toilet motor switch to disable.
(d) Close the access door that follows:
PANEL
NAME
REFERENCE
811
Main Avionics Compartment
(e) Close and lock the lavatory door.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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Water and Waste
NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

38-30-02 Lavatory Service Indicator


Lights

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 1

May be inoperative provided alternate procedures are


established and used.
NOTE: Waste tanks require a precharge of 8.7 L
(2.3 US gallons).

PLACARD
Put a LAVATORY SERVICE INDICATOR LIGHT INOPERATIVE placard on the POTABLE WATER
SYSTEM controller/panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
NOTE: Operators should develop their own procedure to fill up waste tank with flushing liquid. The tank is
to be filled through the toilet bowl in the lavatory with the precharge volume of liquid.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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Central Maintenance Systems

REPAIR INTERVAL

NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

45-45-01 Maintenance Diagnostic


Computer (MDC)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

(M) May be inoperative provided alternate procedures


are established and used.

PLACARD
Put a MAINTENANCE DIAGNOSTIC COMPUTER INOPERATIVE placard below both of the EFIS
multifunctional displays.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Operators use alternate procedures.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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Airborne Auxiliary Power
NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

49-10-01 Auxiliary Power Unit


(APU)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 1

(M) May be inoperative provided:


a) APU is deactivated,
b) Intake door is visually verified CLOSED, and
c) Both Integrated Drive Generators (IDG) are
operative.
NOTE: Relay contactors have to be identified to have
no defective manufacturing date codes as per
maintenance procedure.

C 1

(M) May be inoperative provided:


a) APU is deactivated,
b) Aircraft speed is limited to 300 knots, and
c) Both Integrated Drive Generators (IDG) are
operative.
NOTE: Relay contactors have to be identified to have
no defective manufacturing date codes as per
maintenance procedure.

PLACARD
Put an APU INOPERATIVE placard on the APU control panel.
2. MAINTENANCE (M)
A. For an inoperative APU, do as follows:
NOTE: This procedure must be done first to determine the aircraft configuration. The aircraft
configuration is either:
**ON AIRCRAFT WITH K1XC AND K2XD RELAY CONTACTORS P/N H-A4A-039 THAT DO NOT HAVE
MANUFACTURE DATE CODES 0011 THROUGH 0050 INCLUSIVE, (dispatch is permitted)
or
**ON AIRCRAFT WITH A K1XC OR K2XD RELAY CONTACTOR P/N H-A4A-039 THAT HAS A
MANUFACTURE DATE CODE 0011 THROUGH 0050 INCLUSIVE, (no dispatch is permitted).
(1) Determine the aircraft configuration as follows:
(a) Get access to the K1XC relay in the main avionics compartment as follows:
1 Remove all of the electrical power from the aircraft (refer to the AMM TASK 24-00-00-861-802).
2 Open the access door that follows:
ACCESS
DESIGNATION
811
Main Avionics Compartment Door
(b) Get access to the K2XD relay in the junction box JB-6 as follows:
1 Do the removal of the circuit breaker panel CBP-3 (ref.to the AMM TASK 24-02-30-000-801).
2 Remove the protective cover from the junction box JB-6 (ref.to the AMM TASK 24-51-31-000-801).
(c) Identify the manufacture date code of the K1XC and the K2XD relays as follows:
1 In the main avionics compartment, find the K1XC Leach series relay P/N H-A4A-039 on the left
relay mounting tray (between FS280.00 and FS295.00).
2 On the relay cover identify the manufacture date code.
NOTE: The manufacture date code is found above the torquing limits and starts with the letters
MFR.
3 In the junction box JB-6, locate the K2XD Leach series relay P/N H-A4A-039.

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4 On the relay cover identify the manufacture date code.


NOTE: The manufacture date code is found above the torquing limits and starts with the letters MFR.
5 Make a log book entry of the manufacture date code for the K1XC and the K2XD relays.
NOTE: This will create a dated configuration status of the relays for future reference.
(d) Do the close-out for this procedure as follows:
1 Install the protective cover on the junction box JB-6 (refer to the AMM TASK 24-51-31-400-801).
2 Do the installation of the circuit breaker panel CBP-3 (refer to the AMM TASK 24-02-30-400-801).
3 Close the access door that follows:
ACCESS
DESIGNATION
811
Main Avionics Compartment Door
**ON AIRCRAFT WITH K1XC AND K2XD RELAY CONTACTORS P/N H-A4A-039 THAT DO NOT HAVE
MANUFACTURE DATE CODES 0011 THROUGH 0050 INCLUSIVE
B. For an inoperative APU when the Intake door is verified CLOSED, do as follows:
(1) Visually verify that the APU air intake door is closed.
NOTE: The air intake door is in the fully closed position when it is flush with theaircraft skin.
(2) On the EICAS secondary page, make sure that the APU inlet-door status-indicator shows DOOR
CLSD.
(3) Deactivate the APU as follows:
(a) On the APU control panel, set the APU PWR FUEL switch to OFF.
(b) Open and collar the circuit breakers that follow:
CB PANEL
CB
NAME
ZONE
CBP-5
A1
APU ACT
311
CBP-1
N12
APU ECU
221
CBP-1
S3
FUEL SOV APU
221
C. For an inoperative APU when the 300 knots limitation is applied, do as follows:
(1) Deactivate the APU as follows:
(a) On the APU control panel, set the APU PWR FUEL switch to OFF.
(b) Open and collar the circuit breakers that follow:
CB PANEL
CB
NAME
CBP-5
A1
APU ACT
CBP-1
N12
APU ECU
CBP-1
S3
FUEL SOV APU

ZONE
311
221
221

**ON AIRCRAFT WITH K1XC AND K2XD RELAY CONTACTORS P/N H-A4A-039 THAT HAS A
MANUFACTURE DATE CODES 0011 THROUGH 0050 INCLUSIVE
D. For an inoperative APU, do as follows:
(1) No dispatch is permitted.
NOTE: If the K1XC and the K2XD relays are replaced (refer to the AMM TASK 24-23-31-000-801, 24-2331-400-801, 24-51-31-000-801 and and 24-51-31-400-801with relays that have manufacture date
codes that are not0011 through 0050 inclusive, dispatch with the restrictions of 49-10-01 is
permitted.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.
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49-14-01 APU Air Intake Door


Linear Actuator

C 1

C 1

C 1

(M) May be inoperative provided:


a) APU is not used,
b) Aircraft speed is limited to 300 knots, and
c) Both Integrated Drive Generators (IDG) are
operative.
NOTE: Relay contactors have to be identified to have
no defective manufacturing date codes as per
maintenanceprocedure.
(M) May be inoperative provided:
a) Intake door is deactivated CLOSED, and
b) APU is consideredinoperative.
(M)(O) May be inoperative provided:
a) Intake door is deactivated OPEN,
b) APU is operated continuously during flight or
aircraft speed is limited to 300 knots if APU is
OFF,
c) AFM performance corrections for APU ON are
applied,
d) APU Battery is operative, and
e) APU Battery Charger is operative.

PLACARD
Put an APU INOPERATIVE or APU AIR INTAKE DOOR LINEAR ACTUATOR INOPERATIVE placard (as
appropriate) on the APU control panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
A. For an inoperative APU air intake door linear actuator, do as follows:
NOTE: This procedure must be done first to determine the aircraft configuration. The aircraft
configuration is either:
**ON AIRCRAFT WITH K1XC AND K2XD RELAY CONTACTORS P/N H-A4A-039 THAT DO NOT HAVE
MANUFACTURE DATE CODES 0011 THROUGH 0050 INCLUSIVE, (dispatch is permitted)
or
**ON AIRCRAFT WITH A K1XC OR K2XD RELAY CONTACTOR P/N H-A4A-039 THAT HAS A
MANUFACTURE DATE CODE 0011 THROUGH 0050 INCLUSIVE, (no dispatch is permitted).
(1) Determine the aircraft configuration as follows:
(a) Get access to the K1XC relay in the main avionics compartment as follows:
1 Remove all of the electrical power from the aircraft (refer to the AMM TASK 24-00-00-861-802).
2 Open the access door that follows:
ACCESS
811

DESIGNATION
Main Avionics Compartment Door

(b) Get access to the K2XD relay in the junction box JB-6 as follows:
1 Do the removal of the circuit breaker panel CBP-3 (refer to the AMM TASK 24-02-30-000-801).
2 Remove the protective cover from the junction box JB-6 (ref.to the AMM TASK 24-51-31-000-801).

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(c) Identify the manufacture date code of the K1XC and the K2XD relays as follows:
1 In the main avionics compartment, find the K1XC Leach series relay P/N H-A4A-039 on the left
relay mounting tray (between FS280.00 and FS295.00).
2 On the relay cover identify the manufacture date code.
NOTE: The manufacture date code is found above the torquing limits and starts with the letters
MFR.
3 In the junction box JB-6, locate the K2XD Leach series relay P/N H-A4A-039.
4 On the relay cover identify the manufacture date code.
NOTE: The manufacture date code is found above the torquing limits and starts with the letters
MFR.
5 Make a log book entry of the manufacture date code for the K1XC and the K2XD relays.
NOTE: This will create a dated configuration status of the relays for future reference.
(d) Do the close-out for this procedure as follows:
1 Install the protective cover on the junction box JB-6 (refer to the AMM TASK 24-51-31-400-801).
2 Do the installation of the circuit breaker panel CBP-3 (ref. to the AMM TASK 24-02-30-400-801).
3 Close the access door that follows:
ACCESS
811

DESIGNATION
Main Avionics Compartment Door

**ON AIRCRAFT WITH K1XC AND K2XD RELAY CONTACTORS P/N H-A4A-039 THAT DO NOT HAVE
MANUFACTURE DATE CODES 0011 THROUGH 0050 INCLUSIVE
B. For an inoperative APU with the aircraft speed limitation applied, do as follows:
(1) Do the procedure to deactivate the APU as follows:
(a) On the APU control panel, set the APU PWR FUEL switch/light to OFF.
(b) Open and collar the circuit breaker that follows:
CB PANEL
CBP-1
CBP-1

CB
N12
S3

NAME
APU ECU
FUEL SOV APU

ZONE
221
221

C. For an inoperative APU air intake door linear actuator with the door in the CLOSED position, do as
follows:
(1) Do the procedure to deactivate the APU with the intake door closed
(refer to the AMM TASK 49-14-00-040-802).
D. For an inoperative APU air intake door linear actuator with the door in the OPEN position, do as follows:
(1) Do the procedure to deactivate the APU with the intake door open
(refer to the AMM TASK 49-14-00-040-801).
(2) Make sure that the APU oil level is serviceable (refer to the AMM TASK 12-13-49-612-801).
**ON AIRCRAFT WITH K1XC AND K2XD RELAY CONTACTORS P/N H-A4A-039 THAT HAS A
MANUFACTURE DATE CODES 0011 THROUGH 0050 INCLUSIVE
E. For an inoperative APU air intake door linear actuator, do as follows:
(1) No dispatch is permitted.
NOTE: If the K1XC and the K2XD relays are replaced
(refer to the AMM TASK 24-23-31-000-801, 24-23-31-400-801, 24-51-31-000-801
and 24-51-31-400-801with relays that have manufacture date codes that are not 0011 through
0050 inclusive, dispatch with the restrictions of 49-10-01 is permitted.
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OPERATIONS (O)
NOTE: AFM reference as follows:
A. PERFORMANCE (chapter 06),
(1) TAKE-OFF PERFORMANCE (section 03),
(2) OBSTACLE CLEARANCE (section 04).
B. SUPPLEMENTS (chapter 07).
(1). OPERATIONS ON WET and CONTAMINATED RUNWAYS (supplement 3).

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49-43-01 APU START/STOP


"START/AVAIL" Switch
Light (light function only)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 1

PLACARD
Put a "START" and/or "AVAIL" LIGHT INOPERATIVE placard (as applicable) on the START/STOP Switch
Light, located on the APU control panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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49-51-01 APU Load Control Valve


(LCV)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 1

(M) May be inoperative provided it is secured CLOSED.


NOTE: The APU is available as a source of electrical
power only, if required.

PLACARD
Put an APU BLEED-AIR LOAD CONTROL-VALVE (LCV) INOPERATIVE placard on the BLEED AIR
control panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
For an inoperative APU LCV, do as follows:
(1) Do the procedure to deactivate the APU LCV in the closed position
(refer to the AMM TASK 49-51-00-040-801).
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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49-51-03 APU LCV "FAIL/ OPEN"


Switch Light
(light function only)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 1

PLACARD
Put a "FAIL" and/or "OPEN" LIGHT INOPERATIVE placard on the 10TH STAGE APU LCV Switch Light,
located on the BLEED AIR control panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required

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49-61-01 Electronic Control Unit


(ECU)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 1

May be inoperative provided APU is considered


inoperative.

PLACARD
Put an APU ELECTRONIC CONTROL UNIT (ECU) INOPERATIVE placard on the APU control panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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52-11-01 Passenger Door Power


Assist System

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 1

(M) May be inoperative provided door is verified


manually operative (opens and closes) without any
interference.
NOTE: Stand clear of the door when opening.
(Door opens faster).

PLACARD
Put a PASSENGER DOOR POWER ASSIST SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard on the DOOR ASSIST
switch guard on the forward attendants panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
For an inoperative passenger door power assist system, do as follows:
NOTE: A qualified person should be capable of closing the door from the outside of the aircraft without the
power assist system operating. A flight crew member inside of the aircraft can assist by pulling on
the inner hand grip to move the door to the closed position.
**ON AIRCRAFT WITHOUT MOD SUM TC601R13193
(1) Do the deactivation of the passenger door power assist motor
(refer to the AMM TASK 52-11-08-040-803).
**ON AIRCRAFT WITH MOD SUM TC601R13193
(2) Do the deactivation of the passenger door power assist motor
(refer to the AMM TASK 52-11-08-040-801).
**ON ALL AIRCRAFT
(3) Open and close the passenger door to make sure the inoperative power assist system does not affect
the normal door operation.
(4) Have a qualified person available to assist in closing the door prior to departure.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required

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52-11-06 Passenger Door Support


Wheel Assembly

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 1

(M)(O) May be inoperative or missing provided:


a) Support Wheel Assembly is deactivated,
b) Alternate procedures to support door with cable kit
are established and used, and
c) Placarded stairway loading limitations are maintained.

PLACARD
Put a PASSENGER DOOR SUPPORT WHEEL ASSEMBLY INOPERATIVE inside the passenger door.
MAINTENANCE (M)
For an inoperative passenger door support wheel assembly, do as follows:
(1) Do the procedure to remove the support wheel assembly (refer to the AMM TASK 52-11-13-000-801).
(2) Do the procedure to remove the lower support-wheel cable (refer to the AMM TASK 52-11-13-000-802).
(3) Do the procedure to remove the upper support-wheel cable (refer to the AMM TASK 52-11-13-000-803).
(4) Remove the loose items such as the tube and the slotted washer.
OPERATIONS (O)
Establish and use alternate procedures as follows:
NOTE: Refer to Figure 1 - Cable Support of Drop Down Door fo Inoperative Support Wheel
(1) Make sure that the procedure reflects the steps that follow:
(a) Install the support drop down door cable kit G601R101004-1 as follows:
1 Install the aft cable assembly as follows:
a) Install the hook at the bottom of the aft post assembly.
b) Install the eye on the tension button at WL 94.65, FS 349.00.
2 Install the forward cable assembly as follows:
a Install the hook at the bottom of the forward post assembly.
b Install the eye on the tension button at WL 123.87, FS 310.00.
(b) Remove the door support kit prior to door closure, and
(c) Precautions that maximum load capacity of door is 454 kilograms (1,000 pounds) or a maximum of
four passengers on the stairway at any time are provided.

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52-21-01 Doors and Overwing


Emergency Exits

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

(M)(O) One overwing emergency exit or one door may


be inoperative provided:
a) Only aircraft crew are carried,
b) Affected door or emergency exit is verified CLOSED,
LATCHED, and LOCKED before each departure,
c) Aircraft crew are advised of the nature (emergency
exit availability) and extent of the unserviceability
and that evacuation procedures do not include
affected exit though opposite exit may be used,
d) A conspicuous sign or placard indicating that the exit
is inoperative is attached to the exit,
e) Emergency exit signs and lights associated with the
inoperative exit are obscured, and
f) Repairs are made within three flight days.
NOTE 1:Operators MEL must state maximum
number of aircraft crew permitted, and their
seated locations.
NOTE 2:For the purpose of this item, "aircraft crew" is
considered to be flight attendants, aircraft
maintenance engineers and supervisory
crew members.
NOTE 3:Exit locator signs and emergency aisle path
markings, which are shared between two
exits, must not be obscured.

PLACARD
Put a DOOR INOPERATIVE or an OVERWING EMERGENCY EXIT INOPERATIVE placard on the inside
and on the outside of the affected door or overwing emergency exit.
MAINTENANCE (M)
For an inoperative door or overwing emergency exit, do as follows:
(1) Make sure the door inoperative (or the overwing emergency exit inoperative) placard that is installed on
the inside of the door is in a position to be readily visible to the crew members.
(2) Associated lighted door EXIT sign is covered or made inoperable.
(3) For the passenger door or the galley service door, make sure the associated floor level emergency
floodlight is covered or made inoperable.
OPERATIONS (O)
A. For an inoperative passenger door, do as follows:
Prior to departure with the door closed
**ON AIRCRAFT WITHOUT MOD SUM TC601R13193 (MSN 7003-7389, 7391-7395, 7397-7408,
7410-7411, 7413-7415, 7417-7422, 7424-7431, 7433- 7443, 7445-7451, 7453-7454, 7456)
(1) Make sure the passenger door is in the closed position, with the inner handle fully down in the stowed
detent.
(2) Check the 6 latch pin indicator windows to make sure the latch pin green witness marks are aligned.
(3) Check the 2 upper roll latches to make sure the green witness marks are aligned.
(4) Check that the LOCKED/UNLCKD indicator shows LOCKED.
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(5) Rotate the pull-in handle guard up, and after stowing the outer handle, make sure the pull-in handle is
pushed in fully to the stowed position. Release the guard and let it rotate down to cover the pull-in handle.
(6) Have a qualified person make sure that the passenger door outer handle is in the recess and the handle
trigger plate is latched (handle stowed position).
(7) Have a qualified person make sure that the passenger door pressure vent flap is fully closed.
(8) On the EICAS primary display, make sure that the PASSENGER DOOR warning message and the PAX
DR LATCH, PAX DR OUT HNDL, PAX DR STOW caution messages are not shown.
(9) On the EICAS control panel press the DOORS discrete button.
(10) On the EICAS secondary display, make sure that the PASSENGER symbol is green.
**ON AIRCRAFT WITH MOD SUM TC601R13193 (MSN 7390, 7396, 7409, 7412, 7416,
7423, 7432, 7444, 7452, 7455, 7457 and Subsequent)
(11) Make sure the passenger door is in the closed position, with the inner handle fully down in the stowed
detent.
(12) Check the 4 latch pin indicator windows to make sure the latch pin green witness marks are aligned.
(13) Check the 2 upper roll latches to make sure the green witness marks are aligned.
(14) Check the upper lock on the upper roll shaft to make sure that the green witness marks are aligned.
(15) Check that the LOCKED/UNLCKD indicator shows LOCKED.
(16) Have a qualified person make sure that the passenger door outer handle is fully in the recess (handle
stowed position).
(17) Have a qualified person make sure that the passenger door pressure vent flap is fully closed.
(18) On the EICAS primary display, make sure that the PASSENGER DOOR warning message and the
PAX DR LATCH, PAX DR OUT HNDL caution messages are not shown.
**ON ALL AIRCRAFT
B. For an inoperative galley service door, do as follows:
Prior to departure with the door closed
(1) Make sure that the service door is in the closed position, with the inner handle fully forward in the locked
position.
(2) Make sure that the outer handle pull-in knob (on the bottom of the inner door handle) is pushed in fully
and is engaged.
(3) At the view window below the inner handle, make sure that the door closed and latched green witness
marks are aligned.
(4) Have a qualified person make sure that the service door external handle is locked and in the recess and
that the handle trigger plate is latched (handle stowed position).
(5) On the EICAS primary display, make sure the SERVICE DOOR caution message is not shown.
(6) On the EICAS control panel press the DOORS discrete button.
(7) On the EICAS secondary display, make sure the SERVICE symbol is green.
C. For an inoperative overwing emergency exit, do as follows:
Before each departure (during pre-flight check)
(1) From inside of the aircraft, make sure that the L and R overwing emergency exit door is all the way into
the exit opening with the perimeter of the exit flush with the side wall panel.
(2) Make sure that the L and R overwing emergency exit door interior EXIT-PULL handle is pushed into the
locked position.
(3) Make sure that the L and R overwing emergency exit door exterior push plate is flush to the door skin
(locked position).
Prior to departure with the door closed
(4) On the EICAS primary display, make sure the L (R) EMER DOOR caution message is not shown.
(5) On the EICAS control panel press the DOORS discrete button.
(6) On the EICAS secondary display, make sure the L (R) EMER symbol is green.
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52-31-01 Balance Springs


1. Cargo Compartment Door

C 2

May be inoperative provided door is verified operative


(opens and closes) without any interference.
NOTE: Door may close faster.

PLACARD
Put a CARGO DOOR BALANCE SPRINGS INOPERATIVE placard on the cargo door.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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52-70-01 Passenger Door


Indication System
1. Without ModSum
TC601R13193
(Phase IV Door)

(O) One passenger door EICAS caution message may


be continuously displayed provided before each flight:
a) Door is CLOSED, LATCHED and LOCKED,
b) Internal green witness marks on six door latch pins
are aligned,
c) Green witness marks on two upper roll latches are
aligned,
d) Door lock flag indicator indicates LOCKED,
e) Inner knob is verified STOWED,
f) External handle is verified STOWED,
g) External pressure vent flap is verified fully CLOSED,
h) No door warning EICAS messages are displayed,
and
i) Repairs are made within three flight days.

2. With ModSum
TC601R13193
(Phase IV Door)

(O) One passenger door EICAS caution message may


be continuously displayed provided before each
flight:
a) Door is CLOSED, LATCHED and LOCKED,
b) Internal green witness marks on four door latch pins
are aligned,
c) Green witness marks on two upper roll latches are
aligned,
d) Green witness mark on upper lock on upper roll shaft
is aligned,
e) Door lock flag indicator indicates LOCKED,
f) External handle is verified STOWED,
g) External pressure vent flap is verified fully CLOSED,
h) No door warning EICAS messages are displayed,
and
i) Repairs are made within three flight days.

PLACARD
Put a PASSENGER DOOR INDICATION SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard below the secondary EICAS
display.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Before each departure
A. For an inoperative passenger door indication system (one passenger door EICAS caution message
continuously displayed), do as follows:
(1) When the passenger door is open, do as follows:
(a) Make sure the PASSENGER DOOR warning message is shown on the EICAS primary display.
Prior to departure with the door closed
(2) When the passenger door is closed, do as follows:
(a) Make sure the PASSENGER DOOR warning message is not shown on the EICAS primary display.
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Doors
NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

**ON AIRCRAFT WITHOUT MOD SUM TC601R13193 (MSN 7003-7389, 7391-7395, 7397-7408,
7410-7411, 7413-7415, 7417-7422, 7424-7431, 7433- 7443, 7445-7451, 7453-7454, 7456)
(b) Make sure the passenger door is in the closed position, with the inner handle fully down in the stowed
detent.
(c) Check the 6 latch pin indicator windows to make sure the latch pin green witness marks are aligned.
(d) Check the 2 upper roll latches to make sure the green witness marks are aligned.
(e) Check that the LOCKED/UNLCKD indicator shows LOCKED.
(f) Rotate the pull-in handle guard up, and after stowing the outer handle, make sure the pull-in handle is
pushed in fully to the stowed position. Release the guard and let it rotate down to cover the pull-in
handle.
(g) Have a qualified person make sure that the passenger door outer handle is in the recess and the
handle trigger plate is latched (handle stowed position).
With S.B. 601R-52-001
NOTE: During ground operations, the OVBD COOL FAIL status message will show on the EICAS
secondary page when the overboard exhaust SOV (avionics cooling) failed CLOSED and with one
the two conditions:
1. when the passenger door is open (after 15 seconds), or
2. when the passenger door is closed with the outer handle stowed, but with a failed proximity
switch. The message will go out of view 15 seconds after Weight-off-Wheels.
(h) Have a qualified person make sure that the passenger door pressure vent flap is fully closed.
**ON AIRCRAFT WITH MOD SUM TC601R13193 (MSN 7390, 7396, 7409, 7412, 7416, 7423, 7432, 7444,
7452, 7455, 7457 and Subsequent)
(i) Make sure the passenger door is in the closed position, with the inner handle fully down in the stowed
detent.
(j) Check the 4 latch pin indicator windows to make sure the latch pin green witness marks are aligned.
(k) Check the 2 upper roll latches to make sure the green witness marks are aligned.
(l) Check the upper lock on the upper roll shaft to make sure that the green witness marks are aligned.
(m) Check that the LOCKED/UNLCKD indicator shows LOCKED.
(n) Have a qualified person make sure that the passenger door outer handle is fully in the recess (handle
stowed position).
With S.B. 601R-52-001
NOTE: During ground operations, the OVBD COOL FAIL status message will show on the EICAS
secondary page when the overboard exhaust SOV (avionics cooling) failed CLOSED and with one
the two conditions :
1. when the passenger door is open (after 15 seconds), or
2. when the passenger door is closed with the outer handle stowed, but with a failed proximity
switch. The message will go out of view 15 seconds after Weight-off-Wheels.
(o) Have a qualified person make sure that the passenger door pressure vent flap is fully closed.

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Doors
NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

52-70-02 Avionic Compartment


Door Indication System

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 1

May be inoperative provided before each flight:


a) Door is CLOSED, LATCHED and LOCKED, and
b) Handle is verified STOWED.

PLACARD
Put an AVIONIC COMPARTMENT DOOR INDICATION SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard below the
secondary EICAS display.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.
NOTE: As part of the pre-flight check, make sure the avionic compartment door is in the closed position
with the handle locked and in the recess and that the trigger plate is latched (handle stowed position).

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Doors

REPAIR INTERVAL

NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

52-70-03 Overwing Emergency Exit


Indication Systems

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

(O) May be inoperative provided before each flight:


a) Affected door is CLOSED, LATCHED and LOCKED,
and
b) External push plate is verified FLUSH.

PLACARD
Put an OVERWING EMERGENCY EXITS INDICATION SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard below the
secondary EICAS display.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Before each departure (during pre-flight check)
For an inoperative overwing emergency exit indication system, do as follows:
(1) From inside of the aircraft, make sure the L and R overwing emergency exit door is all the way into the
exit opening with the perimeter of the exit flush with the side wall panel.
(2) Make sure the L and R overwing emergency exit door interior EXIT-PULL handle is pushed into the
locked position.
(3) Make sure that the L and R overwing emergency exit door exterior push plate is flush to the door skin
(locked position).

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Doors
NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

52-70-04 Cargo Compartment Door


Indication System (AFT)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 1

May be inoperative provided before each flight:


a) Door is verified CLOSED, LATCHED and LOCKED,
and
b) Handle is verified STOWED.

PLACARD
A. Put a CARGO COMPARTMENT DOOR INDICATION SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard below the
secondary EICAS display.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.
NOTE: Before each flight, crew to establish communication with a qualified person outside of the aircraft to
make sure the cargo baggage-bay door is in the closed position with the handle locked and in the
recess and that the trigger plate is latched (handle stowed position).

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Doors
NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

52-70-05 Service Door Indication


System

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 1

May be inoperative provided before each flight:


a) Door is CLOSED, LATCHED, and LOCKED ,
b) Internal green witnessmarks are aligned at the
viewing window,
c) Internal handle is verified at LOCKED position, and
d) External handle is verified STOWED.

PLACARD
A. Put a SERVICE DOOR INDICATION SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard below the secondary EICAS
display.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.
NOTE: Before each flight, crew to establish communication with a qualified person outside of the aircraft to
make sure the service door is in the closed position with the handle locked and in the recess and
that the trigger plate is latched (handle stowed position).

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Engine Fuel and Control

REPAIR INTERVAL

NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

73-31-01 EICAS Fuel Flow "FF"


Readouts

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

May be inoperative provided all EICAS Fuel Tank


Quantity Readouts are operative.

PLACARD
Put an EICAS FUEL FLOW READOUT INOPERATIVE placard below the EICAS primary display.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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Engine Fuel and Control
NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

73-31-02 EICAS Fuel Used


Readout

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 1

May be inoperative provided all EICAS Fuel Tank


Quantity Readouts are operative.

PLACARD
Put an EICAS FUEL USED READOUT INOPERATIVE placard below the EICAS secondary display.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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Engine Fuel and Control

REPAIR INTERVAL

NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

73-31-03 Fuel Low Pressure


Indicating Systems

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

(O) May be inoperative provided:


a) Both Fuel Boost Pumps are operative, and
b) Repairs are made within two days.
NOTE: Fuel system check valve test (First flight of day
- Before Engine Shutdown) is waived for the
inoperative fuel low pressure indication.

PLACARD
Put a L (or R) FUEL LOW PRESSURE INDICATING SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard above the Standby
Altitude Indicator.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
For an inoperative fuel low pressure indicating system.
(1) If the L (R) MAIN EJECTORS and/or the L (R) SCAV EJECTOR caution message(s) appears for the
affected side, do as follows:
(a) Monitor the affected fuel tank quantity.
If fuel tank quantity is depleting abnormally
(b) Do the procedure that follows:
1 Low Fuel Pressure for the L (R) FUEL LO PRESS caution message associated with the L (R)
MAIN EJECTORS and/or L (R) SCAV EJECTOR caution message(s) (refer to the AFM Abnormal
Procedure05-12-7F).
If fuel tank quantity is depleting normally
(c) Perform the AFM abnormal procedure related to the L (R) MAIN EJECTORS and/or the L (R)
EJECTOR caution message.

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Engine Fuel and Control
NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

73-31-04 Fuel Feed Temperature


Indicating Systems

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 2

One may be inoperative provided icing inhibitor is added


to the fuel.

C 2

May be inoperative provided EICAS oil temperature


readout is checked to be stable within limits prior to
each flight.

PLACARD
Put a L (or R) FUEL TEMPERATURE INDICATING SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard below the EICAS
secondary display.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required

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ATA 74
Engine Ignition

REPAIR INTERVAL

NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

74-11-01 Ignition Systems


1. A Systems

One may be inoperative provided both B Systems are


operative.

2. B Systems

Both may be inoperative provided both A Systems are


operative.
NOTE: Although the Continuous Ignition System
remains operative, the "CONT IGNITION"
status message and "CONT IGNITION ON"
light on overhead panel are inhibited.

PLACARD
Put an IGNITION SYSTEM (A or B) INOPERATIVE (as applicable) placard on the ENGINE
START/IGNITION panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.
NOTE: AFM reference (CSP A-012) LIMITATIONS (chapter 02), POWERPLANT (section05),
Continuous Engine Ignition.

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Engine Ignition
NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

74-30-01 IGNITION A/B ARM/ON"


Switch/Lights (light function only)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 2

PLACARD
Put an "ARM" and/or "ON" LIGHT(S) INOPERATIVE placard on the A (and/or B)
Switch/Light(s) (as applicable), located on the ENGINE START/IGNITION panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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Engine Ignition
NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

74-30-02 IGNITION CONT "ON"


Switch/Light
(light function only)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 1

PLACARD
Put an "ON" LIGHT INOPERATIVE placard on the CONT Switch/Light, located on the ENGINE
START/IGNITION panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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ATA 76
Engine Control
NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

76-11-01 L & R Engine Speed


Control Systems

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 2

(O) Both may be inoperative provided:


a) ENG SPEED CONTROL switches are selected
OFF for both engines,
b) APR is selected OFF, and
c) Operations are conducted in accordance with AFM
APR inoperative performance data.
NOTE: Thrust levers will not always be aligned when
fan speeds are matched.

PLACARD
Put an ENGINE SPEED CONTROL SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard on the ENGINE CONTROL panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
To prevent an engine overspeed condition, monitor the engine N1 when setting the PLA in the high power
range (including reverse thrust operation).
NOTE: AFM reference:
A. PERFORMANCE (chapter 06)
(1) TAKE-OFF PERFORMANCE (section 03), and
(2) OBSTACLE CLEARANCE (section 04).
B. SUPPLEMENTS (chapter 07)
(1) OPERATIONS ON WET AND CONTAMINATED RUNWAYS (supplement 3).

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Engine Control
NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

76-13-01 Automatic Performance


Reserve System (APR)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 1

(O) May be inoperative provided:


a) APR is selected OFF, and
b) Operations are conducted in accordance with AFM
APR inoperative performance data.

PLACARD
Put an APR SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard on the ENGINE CONTROL panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
AFM reference:
(1) PERFORMANCE (chapter 06)
(a) TAKE-OFF PERFORMANCE (section 03), and
(b) OBSTACLE CLEARANCE (section 04).
(2) SUPPLEMENTS (chapter 07)
(a) OPERATIONS ON WET AND CONTAMINATED RUNWAYS (supplement 3).

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ATA 77
Engine Indicating

REPAIR INTERVAL

NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

77-31-01 Engine Vibration


Monitoring Systems

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

One may be inoperative provided:


a) Operations are not conducted in known or forecast
icing conditions, and
b) Both Ice Detection Systems are operative.

PLACARD
A. Put an ENGINE VIBRATION MONITORING SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard on the ENGINE
CONTROL panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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ATA 78
Engine Exhaust
NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

78-30-01 Thrust Reverser Systems

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 2

(M) One may be inoperative provided:


a) There is no structural damage to thrust reverser
system,
b) Inoperative thrust reverser is deactivated, stowed,
and locked in the forward thrust position, and
c) Operations are conducted in accordance with AFM
performance data.

PLACARD
Put a L (or R) THRUST REV INOPERATIVE placard on the SPOILERS/THRUST REVERSER panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
For an inoperative thrust reverser, do as follows:
(1) Do the procedure to deactivate the inoperative thrust reverser
(refer to the AMM TASK 78-30-00-040-802).
NOTE 1: When the deactivation procedure is completed, the L(R) REV UNSAFE caution message or
L(R) REV UNLOCKED caution message may show continuously or intermittently on the
EICAS primary page and the REV amber icon will come into view inside the N1 gauge.
NOTE 2: When the L(R) REV UNLOCKED caution message shows on EICAS, the associated UNLK
switch/light will come on.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.
NOTE: AFM reference:
A. SUPPLEMENTS (chapter 07).
OPERATIONS ON WET AND CONTAMINATED RUNWAYS (supplement 3).

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Engine Oil
NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

79-12-01 Oil Replenishment


System

D 1

(M) May be inoperative provided alternate method for


checking engine oil levels and servicing engine oil is
established and used.

PLACARD
Put an OIL REPLENISHMENT SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard on the remote OIL LEVEL control panel,
and adjacent to the ENGINE OIL LEVEL control panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
A. Deactivate an inoperative oil replenishment system as follows:
(1) Open the aft equipment compartment door 311BB.
(2) Open and collar the circuit breaker that follows:
CB PANEL
CBP-5

CB
B9

NAME
ENG OIL PWR

ZONE
311

(3) Close the aft equipment compartment door 311BB.


B. Operator to establish an interval for the following:
(1) For an inoperative oil replenishment system on aircraft equipped with an engine oil level indication
system, do as follows:
(a) Use the engine oil level indication system to make sure that the engine oil level is serviceable.
(b) If an engine oil system requires replenishment, do the procedure for servicing of the engine oil
system at the engine (refer to the AMM TASK 12-13-79-612-801).
(2) For an inoperative oil replenishment system on aircraft not equipped with an engine oil level indication
system, do as follows:
(a) Do the procedure for servicing of the engine oil system at the engine
(refer to the AMM TASK 12-13-79-612-801).
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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Engine Oil
NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

79-21-01 Engine Oil Filter Impending


Bypass and Chip Detector
Panel (Engine Oil Detection
Panel)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 1

(M) May be inoperative provided the maintenance


procedure is accomplished whenever a
Maintenance Task is required to be performed on
the Engine Oil Detection Panel as per Operators
approved Maintenance Schedule.

PLACARD
Put an ENGINE OIL FILTER IMPENDING BYPASS AND CHIP DETECTOR PANEL INOPERATIVE
placard on the ENGINE OIL DETECTION panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
For an inoperative engine oil filter impending bypass and chip detector panel, whenever a maintenance
task is required to be performed on the engine oil detection panel as per the operators approved
maintenance schedule, do as follows:
(1) Do the inspection of engines for metal contamination of the oil system, as shown by debris on the
master magnetic chip-detector or on the oil filter (refer to the AMM Subtask 72-00-00-210-008) as found
in the special inspection of the engine (refer to the AMM TASK 72-00-00-200-801).
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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Engine Oil
NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

79-30-03 Engine Oil Level


Indications

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 2

(M) Both may be inoperative provided:


a) Engine oil reservoir is refilled within the permissible
time interval, and
b) There is no evidence of excessive oil consumption.

PLACARD
Put a L (R or BOTH) OIL LEVEL INDICATION SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard on the ENGINE OIL
LEVEL control panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
For an inoperative oil level indication system, do as follows:
(1) Do the procedure for servicing of the engine oil system with the remote replenishing system
(refer to the AMM TASK 12-13-79-612-802), as required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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Starting
NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

80-10-01 Engine L/R "STOP"


Switch Lights
(light function only)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 2

Both may be inoperative provided N2 is monitored.

PLACARD
Put a "STOP" LIGHT INOPERATIVE placard on the L and/or R STOP Switch Light(s) (as applicable),
located on the ENG/IGNITION control panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required.

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ATA 80
Starting
NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

80-10-02 Engine "START" Switch


Lights (light function only)

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 2

PLACARD
Put a "START" LIGHT INOPERATIVE placard on the L and/or R START Switch Light(s) (as applicable),
located on the ENG/IGNITION control panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
Not required

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ATA 80
Starting
NUMBER INSTALLED
NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

ITEM

80-10-03 Air Turbine Starter Speed


Cutout Switches

REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

C 2

(O) May be inoperative CLOSED provided:


a) Associated Engine STOP Switch/Light is operative,
b) Engine start is manually terminated, and
c) Starter disengagement is confirmed.
NOTE: The Air Turbine Starter will be damaged if it isleft
engaged at or above engine idle speed.

PLACARD
Put an AIR TURBINE STARTER SPEED CUTOUT SWITCH INOPERATIVE placard on the L and/or R
START Switch/Light(s) (as applicable), located on the ENG/IGNITION control panel.
MAINTENANCE (M)
Not required.
OPERATIONS (O)
For an inoperative air turbine starter speed cutout switch, do as follows:
Engine start
(1) Initiate normal engine start procedures.
(2) After engine light-off monitor N2. When the engine N2 reaches 55% rpm, press the STOP Switch/Light
on the ENG/IGNITION control panel.
(3) On the EICAS secondary display, make sure that the L (R) ENGINE START status message is not
shown.

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Title List

Section 3
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CDL Item
Introduction

GENERAL LIMITATIONS
This Configuration Deviation List (CDL) contains additional limitations for operation of the CL 600-2B19
Regional Jet without certain secondary airframe and/or nacelle parts as listed herein.
The Limitations in the Airplane Flight Manual are applicable except as amended in this appendix.
The associated limitations must be listed on a placard affixed in the flight compartment on the instrument panel
in clear view of both pilots.
The pilot in command will be notified of each operation with a missing part(s) by listing themissing part(s) in the
flight or dispatch release.
The operator will list in the aircraft logbook an appropriate notation covering the missing part(s) on each flight.
If an additional part is lost in flight, the airplane may not depart the airport at which it landed following this event
until it again complies with the limitations of this appendix. This, of course, does not preclude the issuance of a
ferry permit to allow the airplane to be flown to a point where the necessary repairs or replacements can be
made.
An asterisk (*) against a part indicates that only one flight is permitted to an airport where the necessary repairs
or replacements can be made. This flight must not be carried out in known, forecast or anticipated lightning
conditions.
Nomore than one part for any one sub-systemin this appendixmay bemissing unless specifically designated
combinations are indicated herein. Unless otherwise specified herein, parts from different sub---systems may be
missing. The performance penalties are cumulative unless specifically designated penalties for combination of
missing parts are indicated.
Where performance penalties are listed as negligible, no more than three negligible items may be missing for
take-off unless the following performance penalties are applied for each additional negligible item:
Take-off and Landing Weight:
Enroute Climb Limited Weight:
Cruise:

Reduce by 6.7 Kg (15 lb).


Reduce by 29.2 Kg (65 lb).
Increase fuel used by 0.2%.

DEFINITIONS
Take-off performance decrements are applicable to take-off gross weights which are limited by structural limit,
field length, first segment climb, second segment climb, final segment climb, or takeoff flight path. The actual
take-off weight must not exceed the normal take-off weight limit minus the CDL take-off weight penalty.
Enroute performance decrements are applicable to operations which are limited by enroute, one-engineinoperative climb performance as governed by the applicable operational requirements.
Landing performance decrements are applicable to landing gross weights which are limited by landing field
length, landing climb, or approach climb. The maximum allowable landing weight must not exceed the normal
landing weight limit minus the CDL landing weight penalty.
The numbering and designation of systems in this appendix is based on ATA Spec. 100.
The parts within each system are identified by functional description and, when necessary, by part numbers.

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CDL Item
Communication

ATA 23
Communications

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CDL Item
Communication

23-61-01

Static Dischargers
One discharger may be damaged or missing as detailed in the deviation table.
Performance limited weights are reduced by the following:
Letter
Reference

Locations

Quantity
Installed

Deviation

Horizontal stabilizer tip


(1 each side)
Horizontal stabilizer trailing
edge (2 each side)
Elevators (1 each side)

Rudder

Rudder

Vertical stabilizer
Horizontal stabilizer Tail
bullet fairing
Tailcone

1 may be damaged
or missing
-

Aileron (1 each side)


Wing trailing edge
(3 each side)
Winglet trailing edge
(1 each side)
Upper winglet (1 each side)

1 may be damaged
or missing per side

A
B

F
G
H
J
K
L

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2

1 may be damaged
or missing per side
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CDL Item
Flight Control

ATA 27
Flight Control

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Flight Control

27-10-01

Seals between aileron side end and wing.


(Ref: Figure Item A)
Any number or combination may be missing provided the performance limited weights
are reduced by:
Number
Installed
4

TAKE-OFF (Flaps 8)

ENROUTE CLIMB

18kg (40 lb) per seal

59kg (130 lb) per seal

27-20-01
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CDL Item
Flight Control

Seals between rudder and vertical stabilizer.


(Ref: Figure Item B)
One or both may be missing with no performance penalty.
Performance limited weights are reduced by the following:
Number
Installed
2

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TAKE-OFF (Flaps 8)

ENROUTE CLIMB

No penalty

No penalty

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CDL Item
Flight Control

27-20-02

Seals between inboard flaps and fuselage fairing.


(Ref: Figure Item A)
One or both seals may be missing.
Performance limited weights are reduced by the following:
Number
TAKE-OFF (Flaps 8) TAKE-OFF (Flaps 20)
ENROUTE CLIMB
LANDING
Installed
2
54kg (120 lb) per seal 36kg (80 lb) per seal 177kg (390 lb) per seal 36kg (80 lb) per seal

Note: The mission fuel requirements are increased by:


+ 1.0% of FUEL CONSUMPTION per seal .

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Flight Control

27-30-01
Seals between elevator and horizontal stabilizer upper surface.
(Ref: Figure Item B)
Any number may be missing with no performance penalty.
Performance limited weights are reduced by the following:
Number
Installed
2

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TAKE-OFF

ENROUTE CLIMB

No penalty

No penalty

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Flight Control

27-50-01
Seals between flap side end and wing.
(Ref: Figure Item A)
Any number or combination may be missing provided the performance limited weights are
reduced by:
Number
Installed
4

TAKE-OFF (Flaps 8)

ENROUTE CLIMB

18kg (40 lb) per seal

59kg (130 lb) per seal

27-54-01
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CDL Item
Flight Control

Seals between bute doors and flaps lower leading edges.


(Ref: Figure Item B)
Any number or combination may be missing provided:
The performance limited weights are reduced by:
Number
TAKE-OFF (Flaps 8) TAKE-OFF (Flaps 20)
Installed
8
29kg (65 lb) per seal 18kg (40 lb) per seal

ENROUTE CLIMB

LANDING

95kg (210 lb) per seal

18kg (40 lb) per seal

Note: The mission fuel requirements are increased by:


+ 0.5% of FUEL CONSUMPTION per seal.

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CDL Item
Fuel

ATA 28
Fuel

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Fuel

28-41-01
Magnetic level indicators
Any number or combination may be missing with no performance penalty.
The performance limited weights are reduced by:
Number
Installed
5

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ENROUTE CLIMB

No penalty

No penalty

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CDL Item
Landing Gear

ATA 32
Landing Gear

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CDL Item
Landing Gear

32-12-01

Main landing gear L/R doors.


1. One main landing gear door may be missing provided:
The performance and structurally limited weights are reduced by:
Number
TAKE-OFF (Flaps 8) TAKE-OFF (Flaps 20)
ENROUTE CLIMB
LANDING
Installed
2
42kg (95 lb) per seal 27kg (60 lb) per seal 136kg (300 lb) per seal 27kg (60 lb) per seal

Note: The mission fuel requirements are increased by:


+ 0.7% of FUEL CONSUMPTION per seal.
LIMITATIONS
Airspeed must not exceed VLO (250 KIAS).
Airplane altitude must not exceed 35,000 feet.
Main landing gear door must be replaced within 7 consecutive calendar days (168 hours).

2. Both main landing gear doors may be missing provided:


The performance and structurally limited weights are reduced by:
Number
TAKE-OFF (Flaps 8) TAKE-OFF (Flaps 20)
ENROUTE CLIMB
LANDING
Installed
2
86kg (190 lb) per seal 54kg (120 lb) per seal 272kg (600 lb) per seal 54kg (120 lb) per seal

Note: The mission fuel requirements are increased by:


+ 1.4% of FUEL CONSUMPTION per seal.
LIMITATIONS
Airspeed must not exceed VLO (250 KIAS).
Airplane altitude must not exceed 35,000 feet.
Main landing gear door must be replaced within 7 consecutive calendar days (168 hours).

3. Main landing gear door brushes.


Any number or combination may be missing provided the performance and structurally
limited weights are reduced by:
Number
Installed
2

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TAKE-OFF (Flaps 8)

ENROUTE CLIMB

18kg (40 lb) per brush

59kg (130 lb) per brush

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CDL Item
Lights

ATA 33
Lights

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CDL Item
Lights

33-41-01

Landing light covers - nose.*


(Ref: Figure Item A)
One or both may be missing with no performance penalty.
Performance limited weights are reduced by the following:
Number
Installed
2

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TAKE-OFF

ENROUTE CLIMB

No penalty

No penalty

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CDL Item
Lights

33-42-01

Aft Navigation light covers and strobe light covers:*


(Ref: Figure Item 8)
1. Tail boom
May be missing with no performance penalty.
Performance limited weights are reduced by the following:
Number
Installed
1

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ENROUTE CLIMB

No penalty

No penalty

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CDL Item
Lights

33-42-02

Aft Navigation light covers and strobe light covers:*


(Ref: Figure Item 8)
2. Vertical stabilizer.
May be missing with no performance penalty.
Performance limited weights are reduced by the following:
Number
Installed
1

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ENROUTE CLIMB

No penalty

No penalty

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CDL Item
Lights

33-43-01

Wing inspection light covers. *


(Ref: Figure Item C)
One or both may be missing with no performance penalty.
Performance limited weights are reduced by the following:
Number
Installed
2

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TAKE-OFF

ENROUTE CLIMB

No penalty

No penalty

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Date: 10.11.2010
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CDL Item
Lights

33-44-01
Lower/upper body beacon (Red) light covers. *
(Ref: Figure Item D)
One or both may be missing with no performance penalty.
Performance limited weights are reduced by the following:
Number
Installed
2

TAKE-OFF

ENROUTE CLIMB

No penalty

No penalty

33-46-01
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Date: 10.11.2010
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CDL Item
Lights

Logo light covers. *


(Ref: Figure Item E)
One or both may be missing with no performance penalty.
Performance limited weights are reduced by the following:
Number
Installed
2

TAKE-OFF

ENROUTE CLIMB

No penalty

No penalty

33-50-01
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CDL Item
Lights

Exterior emergency light covers. *


(Ref: Figure Item F)
Any number or combination may be missing with no performance penalty.
NOTE: The minimum number of lights required by the operating rules MUST be operative.
Number
Installed
2

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ENROUTE CLIMB

No penalty

No penalty

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CDL Item
Structures-General

ATA 51
Structures General

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Structures-General

51-23-01

Aerodynamic sealant.
Aerodynamic sealant must not be missing from:
S Inside the engine inlet cowl; and S On the engine core cowl.
Aerodynamic sealant may be partially or completely missing in all other external airplane
surfaces, provided:
The performance and structurally limited weights are reduced by:
Number
Installed
-

TAKE-OFF (Flaps 8) TAKE-OFF (Flaps 20)


11.3kg (25 lb) per
every 10ft or less
missing

6.8kg (15 lb) per


every 10ft or less
missing

ENROUTE CLIMB

LANDING

34kg (75 lb) per


every 10ft or less
missing

6.8kg (15 lb) per


every 10ft or less
missing

NOTE 1: cruise fuel consumption must be increased by:


0.2% on fuel used per 10 feet or less missing
NOTE 2: 1) The performance penalties must be applied to the total length of aerodynamic
sealant missing. If less than 10 feet of sealant is missing, use the corrections
for 10 feet.
2) The missing aerodynamic sealant must be restored at the earliest opportunity
but not to exceed 100 flight hours.
3) A maximum of 25 inches of the wing leading edge spanwise aerodynamic
sealantmay bemissing provided that at the location where the sealant is
missing, the steps between the leading edge and wing skin do not exceed
+/-0.020 inch and the gaps between the leading edge and wing skin do not
exceed 0.150 inch.
4) Aerodynamic sealant used on the wing may be missing in combination with
missing L-shaped mechanical seals provided that the applicable limitations
associated with each item are observed.

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Structures-General

51-23-02

L-shaped mechanical seals.


L-shaped mechanical seals may be partially or completely missing on the wing, as
described in the table on the next page, provided:
The performance and structurally limited weights are reduced by:
Number
Installed
-

TAKE-OFF (Flaps 8) TAKE-OFF (Flaps 20)


11.3kg (25 lb) per
every 10ft or less
missing

6.8kg (15 lb) per


every 10ft or less
missing

ENROUTE CLIMB

LANDING

34kg (75 lb) per


every 10ft or less
missing

6.8kg (15 lb) per


every 10ft or less
missing

NOTE 1: cruise fuel consumption must be increased by:


0.2% on fuel used per 10 feet or less missing
NOTE 2: There are four acceptable configurations for partially or completely missing
L-shaped mechanical seals (see table and illustration on the following pages).
L-shaped mechanical seals may be partially or completely missing on either or
both sides of one access panelon thewing leading edge, provided all the other
L-shaped mechanical seals are in place as in configuration 1 or 2 or 3 in the table.
The inboard and outboard L-shaped seals may be partially or completely missing
together or individually as in configuration 4. Only one configuration of partially or
completely missing L-shaped seals per wing is permissible at any given time.
NOTE 3:
1. The performance penalties must be applied to the total length of L-shaped
mechanical seals missing. If less than 10 feet of the L-shaped seal is missing,
use the corrections for 10 feet.
2. The missing L-shaped mechanical seals must be restored at the earliest
opportunity but not to exceed 100 flight hours. Only L-shaped mechanical seals
may be used as replacement for missing L-shaped mechanical seals.
3. Aerodynamic sealant used on the wing may be missing in combination with
missing L-shaped mechanical seals provided that the applicable limitations
associated with each item are observed.
NOTE 4:
The shaded cells in the table below designate locations
where L-shaped mechanical seals may be missing.
Only one configuration per wing is permissible at anygiven time.
Wing Station
(WS)
WS66.20
WS78.388
WS86.45
WS139.54
WS149.58
WS247.952
WS252.87
WS386.00 or
WS389.00
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Config. 1

Config. 2

Config. 3

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CDL Item
Doors

ATA 52
Doors

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Doors

52-45-01

Aft toilet servicing door.


(Ref: Figure Item A)
May be missing provided the performance limited weights are reduced by:
Number
Installed

Takeoff & Landing

Enroute Climb

Negligible penalty

32 kg (70 lb)

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Doors

52-45-02

Potable water service doors (Fwd and Aft).


(Ref: Figure Item B)
One or both may be missing with no performance penalty.
Number
Installed

Takeoff & Landing

Enroute Climb

2 (Aft+Fwd)

Negligible penalty

Negligible penalty

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Doors

52-45-03
Main pressure refueling control panel door.*
(Ref: Figure Item D)
May be missing with no performance penalty.
Number
Installed

Takeoff & Landing

Enroute Climb

Negligible penalty

Negligible penalty

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CDL Item
Doors

52-45-04

Refueling adaptor door.*


(Ref: Figure Item C)
May be missing provided:
The performance limited weights are reduced by:
Number
Installed
1

TAKE-OFF (Flaps 8) TAKE-OFF (Flaps 20)


50kg (110 lb)

32kg (70 lb)

ENROUTE CLIMB

LANDING

159kg (350 lb)

32kg (70 lb)

NOTE 1: the mission fuel requirements are increased by:


+ 0.2% FUEL CONSUMPTION

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Date: 01.02.2011

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Date: 10.11.2010
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CDL Item
Doors

52-45-05

AC ground power door.*


(Ref: Figure Item E)
May be missing with no performance penalty.
Number
Installed

Takeoff & Landing

Enroute Climb

Negligible penalty

Negligible penalty

Revision : 02
Date: 01.02.2011

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Date: 10.11.2010
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CDL Item
Doors

52-45-06

DC ground power door.*


(Ref: Figure Item F)
May be missing with no performance penalty.
Number
Installed

Takeoff & Landing

Enroute Climb

Negligible penalty

Negligible penalty

Revision : 02
Date: 01.02.2011

Based on MMEL: Revision 20


Date: 10.11.2010
DDG Rev.9 Date: 20.08.09


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Bombardier CL 600-2B19 (Regional Jet Series 200)


MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST
Section 3
Configuration Deviation List

CDL Item
Doors

52-45-07

External service panel door.*


(Ref: Figure Item G)
May be missing with no performance penalty.
Number
Installed

Takeoff & Landing

Enroute Climb

Negligible penalty

Negligible penalty

Revision : 02
Date: 01.02.2011

Based on MMEL: Revision 20


Date: 10.11.2010
DDG Rev.9 Date: 20.08.09


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, .

Bombardier CL 600-2B19 (Regional Jet Series 200)


MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST
Section 3
Configuration Deviation List

CDL Item
Doors

52-45-08

External service panel door rubber seal.


(Print seal applied to A/C mating surface)
May be missing with no performance penalty.
Number
Installed

Takeoff & Landing

Enroute Climb

Negligible penalty

Negligible penalty

Revision : 02
Date: 01.02.2011

Based on MMEL: Revision 20


Date: 10.11.2010
DDG Rev.9 Date: 20.08.09


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, .

Bombardier CL 600-2B19 (Regional Jet Series 200)


MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST
Section 3
Configuration Deviation List

CDL Item
Doors

52-45-09
Hydraulic system service doors (panels).
(Ref: Figure Item H)
One or both may be missing with no performance penalty.
Number
Installed

Takeoff & Landing

Enroute Climb

Negligible penalty

Negligible penalty

Revision : 02
Date: 01.02.2011

Based on MMEL: Revision 20


Date: 10.11.2010
DDG Rev.9 Date: 20.08.09


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, .

Bombardier CL 600-2B19 (Regional Jet Series 200)


MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST
Section 3
Configuration Deviation List

CDL Item
Fuselage

ATA 53
Fuselage

Revision : 02
Date: 01.02.2011

Based on MMEL: Revision 20


Date: 10.11.2010
DDG Rev.9 Date: 20.08.09


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, .

Bombardier CL 600-2B19 (Regional Jet Series 200)


MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST
Section 3
Configuration Deviation List

CDL Item
Fuselage

53-83-01

Wheel bin brushes (3 brushes per wheel bin).


Any number or combination may be missing provided the performance limited weights are
reduced by:
Number
Installed
6

Revision : 02
Date: 01.02.2011

TAKE-OFF (Flaps 8)

ENROUTE CLIMB

18kg (40 lb) per brush

59kg (130 lb) per brush

Based on MMEL: Revision 20


Date: 10.11.2010
DDG Rev.9 Date: 20.08.09


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, .

Bombardier CL 600-2B19 (Regional Jet Series 200)


MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST
Section 3
Configuration Deviation List

CDL Item
Stabilizer

ATA 55
Stabilizer

Revision : 02
Date: 01.02.2011

Based on MMEL: Revision 20


Date: 10.11.2010
DDG Rev.9 Date: 20.08.09


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, .

Bombardier CL 600-2B19 (Regional Jet Series 200)


MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST
Section 3
Configuration Deviation List

CDL Item
Stabilizer

55-32-01

Horizontal stabilizer seal assembly.


One or both may be missing with no performance penalty.
Number
Installed

Takeoff & Landing

Enroute Climb

Negligible penalty

Negligible penalty

NOTE: Seal assembly must be restored at the earliest opportunity but not to exceed 300 FH.

Revision : 02
Date: 01.02.2011

Based on MMEL: Revision 20


Date: 10.11.2010
DDG Rev.9 Date: 20.08.09


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, .

Bombardier CL 600-2B19 (Regional Jet Series 200)


MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST
Section 3
Configuration Deviation List

CDL Item
Wings

ATA 57
Wings

Revision : 02
Date: 01.02.2011

Based on MMEL: Revision 20


Date: 10.11.2010
DDG Rev.9 Date: 20.08.09


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, .

Bombardier CL 600-2B19 (Regional Jet Series 200)


MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST
Section 3
Configuration Deviation List

CDL Item
Wings

57-41-01

Landing/Taxi/Recognition light lens.*


One or both may be missing provided:
The performance limited weights are reduced by:
Number
Installed
2

TAKE-OFF (Flaps 8) TAKE-OFF (Flaps 20)


27kg (60 lb) per lens

18kg (40 lb) per lens

ENROUTE CLIMB

LANDING

91kg (200 lb) per lens

18kg (40 lb) per lens

NOTE 1: the mission fuel requirements are increased by:


+ 0.5% FUEL CONSUMPTION per lens.

Revision : 02
Date: 01.02.2011

Based on MMEL: Revision 20


Date: 10.11.2010
DDG Rev.9 Date: 20.08.09


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Bombardier CL 600-2B19 (Regional Jet Series 200)


MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST
Section 3
Configuration Deviation List

CDL Item
Exhaust

ATA 78
Exhaust

Revision : 02
Date: 01.02.2011

Based on MMEL: Revision 20


Date: 10.11.2010
DDG Rev.9 Date: 20.08.09


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, .

Bombardier CL 600-2B19 (Regional Jet Series 200)


MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST
Section 3
Configuration Deviation List

CDL Item
Exhaust

78-32-01

Thrust reverser actuator access doors.*


One or both may be missing provided the performance limited weights are reduced by:
Number
Installed
2

TAKE-OFF (Flaps 8)

ENROUTE CLIMB

18kg (40 lb) per door

59kg (130 lb) per door

NOTE: Only one flight is permitted, to an airport where the necessary repairs or
replacements can be made. This flight must not be carried out in known, forecast or
anticipated lightning conditions.

Revision : 02
Date: 01.02.2011

Based on MMEL: Revision 20


Date: 10.11.2010
DDG Rev.9 Date: 20.08.09