Вы находитесь на странице: 1из 1543

__________

HIGHLIGHTS

REVISION NO. 48 Feb 01/10

Pages which have been revised are outlined below, together with the Highlights of the
Revision

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
CH/SE/SU C REASON FOR CHANGE EFFECTIVITY
PAGES
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

CHAPTER 12
__________

L.E.P. 1-11 REVISED TO REFLECT THIS REVISION INDICATING


NEW,REVISED, AND/OR DELETED PAGES
T. OF C. REVISED TO REFLECT THIS REVISION
1- 8,
10- 15
12-00-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED
5- 7, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
10 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,

12-00-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


201, 203- EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
204, 207 201-249, 251-299, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

12-11-28 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


310- 311, CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
313, 315- 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
316, 318- 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
320, 322- 528-599,
323, 326- EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
328, 330- 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
333, 338, 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
341- 342, 511-526, 528-599,
344- 345,
347- 349,
354- 357,
359, 363-
364, 368-
369, 372-
376, 378,
381- 382,
384, 389-
392, 395-
398,A300-
A303,A305-

12-HIGHLIGHTS Page 1 of 7
REVISION NO. 48 Feb 01/10

CES
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
CH/SE/SU C REASON FOR CHANGE EFFECTIVITY
PAGES
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

A308,A310,
A314-A316,
A319-A321,
A327-A329,
A334-A336,
A342-A344

12-12-32 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


301- 304, CORRECTION/ADDITION/AMPLIFICATION ALL
307- 313, THERMOMETER ACCURACY CHANGED IN STEP (7) TO
319- 320, +/- 2 DEG C.
327- 332, LAYOUT IMPROVED/MATERIAL RELOCATED ALL
335- 337, TITLE OF TASK(S) DATA UPDATED ALL
340- 343, WARNING/NOTE/REASON FOR THE JOB AMENDED ALL
348, 365- EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
367, 369- 201-249, 251-299, 501-509,
A330 511-526, 528-599,

12-13-24 02 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


301- 316 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

12-13-27 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


337- 343, CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 062-099, 106-149, 151-199,
346- 354 204-249, 251-299, 301-399,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 062-099, 106-149, 151-199,
204-249, 251-299, 301-399,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,

12-13-29 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


301- 305 CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 062-099, 106-149, 151-199,
204-249, 251-299, 301-399,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 062-099, 106-149, 151-199,
204-249, 251-299, 301-399,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,

12-13-79 01 CORRECTION/ADDITION/AMPLIFICATION 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,


330- 331 ADDED REF TO AMM TASK 79-00-00-281-002 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
301-399, 401-499,

12-13-79 02 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


301- 318 CORRECTION/ADDITION/AMPLIFICATION 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,
ADDED WARNING

12-HIGHLIGHTS Page 2 of 7
REVISION NO. 48 Feb 01/10

CES
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
CH/SE/SU C REASON FOR CHANGE EFFECTIVITY
PAGES
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

REPRINTED 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,


REVISED CONDITIONS TO PERFORM OIL SERVICING
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

12-13-80 01 LAYOUT IMPROVED OR EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


301

12-13-80 02 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


301- 313 WARNING/NOTE/REASON FOR THE JOB AMENDED 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

12-14-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 101-149, 151-199,


1 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,

12-14-29 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


302- 303, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 002-049, 053-099, 101-149,
306- 307 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

12-14-32 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


305- 306, CORRECTION/ADDITION/AMPLIFICATION ALL
308, 319, THERMOMETER ACCURACY +/-2 DEG C ADDED TO
322- 326, STEPS (6) AND (18).
329, 336- TITLE OF TASK(S) DATA UPDATED ALL
338, 348- EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
350, 356, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
358, 365, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
368- 369, 528-599,
372, 374,
378- 380,
384- 391,
A300-A301,
A303-A304,
A306

12-15-38 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


302- 305, CORRECTION/ADDITION/AMPLIFICATION 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
307- 308, NOTE ADDED 201-249, 251-299, 501-509,
311- 314, 511-526, 528-599,
316- 317 CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
201-249, 251-299, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
201-249, 251-299, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

12-HIGHLIGHTS Page 3 of 7
REVISION NO. 48 Feb 01/10

CES
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
CH/SE/SU C REASON FOR CHANGE EFFECTIVITY
PAGES
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

12-16-25 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


302, 306- EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 106-149, 229-235, 239-249,
307 251-299, 303-399, 401-499,
501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

12-17-30 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


301- 303 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-052, 054-099,
101-149, 151-199, 201-249,
251-299, 301-399, 401-499,
501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

12-21-11 CORRECTION/ADDITION/AMPLIFICATION ALL


308- 311 MOVED CHROME-PLATED SURFACE CAUTION.

12-21-12 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


301- 302, CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 061-099, 103-149, 151-199,
304, 344, 202-249, 251-299, 301-399,
350, 362 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 061-099, 103-149, 151-199,
202-249, 251-299, 301-399,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,

12-21-13 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


702- 703, MOD.20165P0116 INCORPORATED 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,
705- 706, STD. PRACTICES-ENGINE - INSTALL IAE V2500
708- 731 ENGINE RATED AT 23500 LBS
MOD.23083P2566 INCORPORATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
POWER PLANT - INSTALL CFM 56-5B1 ENGINES 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
RATED AT 30.000 LBS FOR A321. 301-399, 401-499,
LAYOUT IMPROVED/MATERIAL RELOCATED ALL

12-22-00 CORRECTION/ADDITION/AMPLIFICATION ALL


1- 3 ADDED PARAGRAPH RELATED TO THE MIXING OF
GREASES.
UPDATED WORDING.

12-22-27 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


311, 314- EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 062-099, 104-149, 151-199,
318 204-249, 251-299, 401-499,
501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

12-22-32 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


302- 313, CORRECTION/ADDITION/AMPLIFICATION ALL
339- 343, CAUTIONS AND NOTES AT START OF TEXT
346- 347, RE-POSITIONED.

12-HIGHLIGHTS Page 4 of 7
REVISION NO. 48 Feb 01/10

CES
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
CH/SE/SU C REASON FOR CHANGE EFFECTIVITY
PAGES
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

350- 351, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
355, 358- 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
378, 381- 303-399, 401-499, 501-509,
384 511-526, 528-599,

12-22-52 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


302- 305, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
308, 310, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
315- 316, 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
323, 326- 511-526, 528-599,
327, 329-
330, 351-
355, 358,
365- 366,
368- 369

12-24-38 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


201, 203- CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
207, 210, 201-249, 251-299, 501-509,
212- 215, 511-526, 528-599,
217 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
201-249, 251-299, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

12-31-00 MOD.20006P0002 INCORPORATED ALL


201- 209 GENERAL ITEMS - DEFINE INTERFACE AND
OVERALL G.A. OF THE BASIC AIRCRAFT-
NEW TOPIC/NEW CONFIGURATION ALL

12-31-25 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


205- 207 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 234-235, 239-249, 251-299,
305-399, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,

12-31-32 LAYOUT IMPROVED OR EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


201- 203

12-31-49 CORRECTION/ADDITION/AMPLIFICATION ALL


202- 203 CHANGE CAUTION
TITLE OF TASK(S) DATA UPDATED ALL

12-31-52 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


203- 206, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
211- 212, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
218- 222 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

12-31-71 MOD.23083P2566 INCORPORATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,

12-HIGHLIGHTS Page 5 of 7
REVISION NO. 48 Feb 01/10

CES
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
CH/SE/SU C REASON FOR CHANGE EFFECTIVITY
PAGES
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

201- 205 POWER PLANT - INSTALL CFM 56-5B1 ENGINES 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
RATED AT 30.000 LBS FOR A321. 301-399, 401-499,
LAYOUT IMPROVED/MATERIAL RELOCATED ALL

12-32-24 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


303- 304, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,
307- 308,
310- 311

12-32-28 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


302- 304, CORRECTION/ADDITION/AMPLIFICATION ALL
306- 308, SUBSTEP (1)(C) AMENDED TO IDENTIFY STANDARD
312- 314, TOOL (CONTAINER).
325 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,

12-32-29 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


304, 308- CORRECTION/ADDITION/AMPLIFICATION ALL
309, 318- DELETED THE SIL 29-081 REFERENCE FROM THE
321 PROCEDURE.
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

12-32-49 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


301- 303, TITLE OF TASK(S) DATA UPDATED ALL
306 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-057, 101-105,
151-199, 201-210, 234-235,
239-249, 251-299, 305-399,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,

12-32-79 02 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


301- 305 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

12-33-21 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


201- 202, CORRECTION/ADDITION/AMPLIFICATION 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
204- 219 ADDED : MAXIMUM AIR PRESSURE AND MINIMUM AIR 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
TEMPERATURE LIMITS. 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,
CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,
WARNING/NOTE/REASON FOR THE JOB AMENDED ALL
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,

12-HIGHLIGHTS Page 6 of 7
REVISION NO. 48 Feb 01/10

CES
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
CH/SE/SU C REASON FOR CHANGE EFFECTIVITY
PAGES
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

528-599,

12-33-21 WARNING/NOTE/REASON FOR THE JOB AMENDED ALL


301- 302 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,

12-34-24 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


201- 202, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 101-149, 151-199,
206, 210, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,
213 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,

12-36-29 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


303, 307- CORRECTION/ADDITION/AMPLIFICATION 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,
310, 312- AMENDED THE NOTE FROM THE FLUID SAMPLING
A322,A327- MUST BE AVAILABLE IN 2 TO 3 DAYS TO THE
A328,A330, FLUID SAMPLING MUST BE AVAILABLE IN 10 DAYS.
A336-A339, LAYOUT IMPROVED/MATERIAL RELOCATED ALL
A344,A346- EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 002-049, 053-099, 101-149,
A347,A379, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
A384,A388- 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
A390,A394- 511-526, 528-599,
A395,A397-
A398,B311-
B313

12-HIGHLIGHTS Page 7 of 7
REVISION NO. 48 Feb 01/10

CES
CHAPTER 12
__________

SERVICING

LIST OF EFFECTIVE PAGES


_______________________
N, R or D indicates pages which are New, Revised or Deleted respectively
Remove and insert the affected pages and complete the Record of Revisions and
the Record of Temporary Revisions as necessary

CH/SE/SU C PAGE DATE CH/SE/SU C PAGE DATE CH/SE/SU C PAGE DATE

RECORD 12-11-00 1 Feb01/98 12-11-28 R 342 Feb01/10


OF TEMP. 12-11-28 301 Nov01/09 12-11-28 343 Nov01/09
REVISION 12-11-28 302 May01/00 12-11-28 R 344 Feb01/10
12-11-28 303 Feb01/09 12-11-28 R 345 Feb01/10
L.E.P. R 1-11 Feb01/10 12-11-28 304 Nov01/09 12-11-28 346 Nov01/09
T. of C. R 1 Feb01/10 12-11-28 305 Aug01/08 12-11-28 R 347 Feb01/10
T. of C. R 2 Feb01/10 12-11-28 306 Aug01/08 12-11-28 R 348 Feb01/10
T. of C. R 3 Feb01/10 12-11-28 307 May01/07 12-11-28 R 349 Feb01/10
T. of C. R 4 Feb01/10 12-11-28 308 May01/07 12-11-28 350 Nov01/09
T. of C. R 5 Feb01/10 12-11-28 309 May01/07 12-11-28 351 Nov01/09
T. of C. R 6 Feb01/10 12-11-28 R 310 Feb01/10 12-11-28 352 Nov01/09
T. of C. R 7 Feb01/10 12-11-28 R 311 Feb01/10 12-11-28 353 Nov01/09
T. of C. R 8 Feb01/10 12-11-28 312 May01/05 12-11-28 R 354 Feb01/10
T. of C. 9 Nov01/09 12-11-28 R 313 Feb01/10 12-11-28 R 355 Feb01/10
T. of C. R 10 Feb01/10 12-11-28 314 May01/05 12-11-28 R 356 Feb01/10
T. of C. R 11 Feb01/10 12-11-28 R 315 Feb01/10 12-11-28 R 357 Feb01/10
T. of C. R 12 Feb01/10 12-11-28 R 316 Feb01/10 12-11-28 358 Nov01/09
T. of C. R 13 Feb01/10 12-11-28 317 May01/08 12-11-28 R 359 Feb01/10
T. of C. R 14 Feb01/10 12-11-28 R 318 Feb01/10 12-11-28 360 Nov01/09
T. of C. R 15 Feb01/10 12-11-28 R 319 Feb01/10 12-11-28 361 Nov01/09
12-11-28 R 320 Feb01/10 12-11-28 362 Nov01/09
12-00-00 1 Nov01/08 12-11-28 321 May01/09 12-11-28 R 363 Feb01/10
12-00-00 2 Feb01/98 12-11-28 R 322 Feb01/10 12-11-28 R 364 Feb01/10
12-00-00 3 Nov01/08 12-11-28 R 323 Feb01/10 12-11-28 365 Nov01/09
12-00-00 4 May01/04 12-11-28 324 Aug01/09 12-11-28 366 Nov01/09
12-00-00 R 5 Feb01/10 12-11-28 325 Aug01/08 12-11-28 367 Nov01/09
12-00-00 R 6 Feb01/10 12-11-28 R 326 Feb01/10 12-11-28 R 368 Feb01/10
12-00-00 R 7 Feb01/10 12-11-28 R 327 Feb01/10 12-11-28 R 369 Feb01/10
12-00-00 8 Nov01/08 12-11-28 R 328 Feb01/10 12-11-28 370 Nov01/09
12-00-00 9 Nov01/07 12-11-28 329 Nov01/09 12-11-28 371 Nov01/09
12-00-00 R 10 Feb01/10 12-11-28 R 330 Feb01/10 12-11-28 R 372 Feb01/10
12-00-00 11 Nov01/07 12-11-28 R 331 Feb01/10 12-11-28 R 373 Feb01/10
12-00-00 R 201 Feb01/10 12-11-28 R 332 Feb01/10 12-11-28 R 374 Feb01/10
12-00-00 202 Aug01/07 12-11-28 R 333 Feb01/10 12-11-28 R 375 Feb01/10
12-00-00 R 203 Feb01/10 12-11-28 334 Nov01/09 12-11-28 R 376 Feb01/10
12-00-00 R 204 Feb01/10 12-11-28 335 Nov01/09 12-11-28 377 Nov01/09
12-00-00 205 Aug01/07 12-11-28 336 Nov01/09 12-11-28 R 378 Feb01/10
12-00-00 206 Aug01/07 12-11-28 337 Nov01/09 12-11-28 379 Nov01/09
12-00-00 R 207 Feb01/10 12-11-28 R 338 Feb01/10 12-11-28 380 Nov01/09
12-00-00 208 Aug01/07 12-11-28 339 Nov01/09 12-11-28 R 381 Feb01/10
12-11-28 340 Nov01/09 12-11-28 R 382 Feb01/10
12-10-00 1 Feb01/98 12-11-28 R 341 Feb01/10 12-11-28 383 Nov01/09

12-L.E.P. Page 1
Feb 01/10

CES
CH/SE/SU C PAGE DATE CH/SE/SU C PAGE DATE CH/SE/SU C PAGE DATE

12-11-28 R 384 Feb01/10 12-11-28 R A335 Feb01/10 12-12-32 R 313 Feb01/10


12-11-28 385 Nov01/09 12-11-28 R A336 Feb01/10 12-12-32 314 Nov01/09
12-11-28 386 Nov01/09 12-11-28 A337 Nov01/09 12-12-32 315 Nov01/09
12-11-28 387 Nov01/09 12-11-28 A338 Nov01/09 12-12-32 316 Nov01/09
12-11-28 388 Nov01/09 12-11-28 A339 Nov01/09 12-12-32 317 Nov01/09
12-11-28 R 389 Feb01/10 12-11-28 A340 Nov01/09 12-12-32 318 Nov01/09
12-11-28 R 390 Feb01/10 12-11-28 A341 Nov01/09 12-12-32 R 319 Feb01/10
12-11-28 R 391 Feb01/10 12-11-28 R A342 Feb01/10 12-12-32 R 320 Feb01/10
12-11-28 R 392 Feb01/10 12-11-28 R A343 Feb01/10 12-12-32 321 Nov01/09
12-11-28 393 Nov01/09 12-11-28 R A344 Feb01/10 12-12-32 322 Nov01/09
12-11-28 394 Nov01/09 12-11-28 A345 Nov01/09 12-12-32 323 Nov01/09
12-11-28 R 395 Feb01/10 12-11-28 A346 Nov01/09 12-12-32 324 Nov01/09
12-11-28 R 396 Feb01/10 12-11-28 A347 Nov01/09 12-12-32 325 Nov01/09
12-11-28 R 397 Feb01/10 12-11-28 A348 Nov01/09 12-12-32 326 Nov01/09
12-11-28 R 398 Feb01/10 12-12-32 R 327 Feb01/10
12-11-28 399 Nov01/09 12-12-00 1 May01/08 12-12-32 R 328 Feb01/10
12-11-28 R A300 Feb01/10 12-12-00 2 May01/08 12-12-32 R 329 Feb01/10
12-11-28 R A301 Feb01/10 12-12-00 3 May01/08 12-12-32 R 330 Feb01/10
12-11-28 R A302 Feb01/10 12-12-00 4 May01/08 12-12-32 R 331 Feb01/10
12-11-28 R A303 Feb01/10 12-12-00 5 May01/08 12-12-32 R 332 Feb01/10
12-11-28 A304 Nov01/09 12-12-00 6 May01/08 12-12-32 333 Nov01/09
12-11-28 R A305 Feb01/10 12-12-00 7 May01/08 12-12-32 334 Nov01/09
12-11-28 R A306 Feb01/10 12-12-29 301 Nov01/08 12-12-32 R 335 Feb01/10
12-11-28 R A307 Feb01/10 12-12-29 302 Nov01/08 12-12-32 R 336 Feb01/10
12-11-28 R A308 Feb01/10 12-12-29 303 Aug01/08 12-12-32 R 337 Feb01/10
12-11-28 A309 Nov01/09 12-12-29 304 Feb01/98 12-12-32 338 Nov01/09
12-11-28 R A310 Feb01/10 12-12-29 305 May01/08 12-12-32 339 Nov01/09
12-11-28 A311 Nov01/09 12-12-29 306 Feb01/98 12-12-32 R 340 Feb01/10
12-11-28 A312 Nov01/09 12-12-29 307 Aug01/08 12-12-32 R 341 Feb01/10
12-11-28 A313 Nov01/09 12-12-29 308 Aug01/08 12-12-32 R 342 Feb01/10
12-11-28 R A314 Feb01/10 12-12-29 309 Aug01/08 12-12-32 R 343 Feb01/10
12-11-28 R A315 Feb01/10 12-12-29 310 Nov01/08 12-12-32 344 Nov01/09
12-11-28 R A316 Feb01/10 12-12-29 311 May01/07 12-12-32 345 Nov01/09
12-11-28 A317 Nov01/09 12-12-29 312 Aug01/08 12-12-32 346 Nov01/09
12-11-28 A318 Nov01/09 12-12-29 313 May01/07 12-12-32 347 Nov01/09
12-11-28 R A319 Feb01/10 12-12-29 314 May01/08 12-12-32 R 348 Feb01/10
12-11-28 R A320 Feb01/10 12-12-29 315 Aug01/08 12-12-32 349 Nov01/09
12-11-28 R A321 Feb01/10 12-12-29 316 Aug01/08 12-12-32 350 Nov01/09
12-11-28 A322 Nov01/09 12-12-29 317 Aug01/08 12-12-32 351 Nov01/09
12-11-28 A323 Nov01/09 12-12-32 R 301 Feb01/10 12-12-32 352 Nov01/09
12-11-28 A324 Nov01/09 12-12-32 R 302 Feb01/10 12-12-32 353 Nov01/09
12-11-28 A325 Nov01/09 12-12-32 R 303 Feb01/10 12-12-32 354 Nov01/09
12-11-28 A326 Nov01/09 12-12-32 R 304 Feb01/10 12-12-32 355 Nov01/09
12-11-28 R A327 Feb01/10 12-12-32 305 Aug01/06 12-12-32 356 Nov01/09
12-11-28 R A328 Feb01/10 12-12-32 306 Nov01/09 12-12-32 357 Nov01/09
12-11-28 R A329 Feb01/10 12-12-32 R 307 Feb01/10 12-12-32 358 Nov01/09
12-11-28 A330 Nov01/09 12-12-32 R 308 Feb01/10 12-12-32 359 Nov01/09
12-11-28 A331 Nov01/09 12-12-32 R 309 Feb01/10 12-12-32 360 Nov01/09
12-11-28 A332 Nov01/09 12-12-32 R 310 Feb01/10 12-12-32 361 Nov01/09
12-11-28 A333 Nov01/09 12-12-32 R 311 Feb01/10 12-12-32 362 Nov01/09
12-11-28 R A334 Feb01/10 12-12-32 R 312 Feb01/10 12-12-32 363 Nov01/09

12-L.E.P. Page 2
Feb 01/10

CES
CH/SE/SU C PAGE DATE CH/SE/SU C PAGE DATE CH/SE/SU C PAGE DATE

12-12-32 364 Nov01/09 12-12-32 R A315 Feb01/10 12-13-24 02 R 305 Feb01/10


12-12-32 R 365 Feb01/10 12-12-32 R A316 Feb01/10 12-13-24 02 R 306 Feb01/10
12-12-32 R 366 Feb01/10 12-12-32 R A317 Feb01/10 12-13-24 02 R 307 Feb01/10
12-12-32 R 367 Feb01/10 12-12-32 R A318 Feb01/10 12-13-24 02 R 308 Feb01/10
12-12-32 368 Nov01/09 12-12-32 R A319 Feb01/10 12-13-24 02 R 309 Feb01/10
12-12-32 R 369 Feb01/10 12-12-32 R A320 Feb01/10 12-13-24 02 R 310 Feb01/10
12-12-32 R 370 Feb01/10 12-12-32 R A321 Feb01/10 12-13-24 02 R 311 Feb01/10
12-12-32 R 371 Feb01/10 12-12-32 R A322 Feb01/10 12-13-24 02 R 312 Feb01/10
12-12-32 R 372 Feb01/10 12-12-32 R A323 Feb01/10 12-13-24 02 R 313 Feb01/10
12-12-32 R 373 Feb01/10 12-12-32 R A324 Feb01/10 12-13-24 02 R 314 Feb01/10
12-12-32 R 374 Feb01/10 12-12-32 R A325 Feb01/10 12-13-24 02 R 315 Feb01/10
12-12-32 R 375 Feb01/10 12-12-32 R A326 Feb01/10 12-13-24 02 R 316 Feb01/10
12-12-32 R 376 Feb01/10 12-12-32 R A327 Feb01/10 12-13-27 301 Aug01/08
12-12-32 R 377 Feb01/10 12-12-32 R A328 Feb01/10 12-13-27 302 Aug01/09
12-12-32 R 378 Feb01/10 12-12-32 N A329 Feb01/10 12-13-27 303 Aug01/08
12-12-32 R 379 Feb01/10 12-12-32 N A330 Feb01/10 12-13-27 304 Nov01/03
12-12-32 R 380 Feb01/10 12-13-27 305 May01/09
12-12-32 R 381 Feb01/10 12-13-00 1 Feb01/98 12-13-27 306 May01/09
12-12-32 R 382 Feb01/10 12-13-24 01 301 Nov01/09 12-13-27 307 Aug01/07
12-12-32 R 383 Feb01/10 12-13-24 01 302 Nov01/08 12-13-27 308 Feb01/08
12-12-32 R 384 Feb01/10 12-13-24 01 303 Feb01/09 12-13-27 309 Feb01/08
12-12-32 R 385 Feb01/10 12-13-24 01 304 Nov01/08 12-13-27 310 Feb01/08
12-12-32 R 386 Feb01/10 12-13-24 01 305 Feb01/08 12-13-27 311 May01/06
12-12-32 R 387 Feb01/10 12-13-24 01 306 Nov01/08 12-13-27 312 May01/06
12-12-32 R 388 Feb01/10 12-13-24 01 307 Nov01/08 12-13-27 313 Feb01/06
12-12-32 R 389 Feb01/10 12-13-24 01 308 Nov01/08 12-13-27 314 Feb01/08
12-12-32 R 390 Feb01/10 12-13-24 01 309 Nov01/08 12-13-27 315 Feb01/06
12-12-32 R 391 Feb01/10 12-13-24 01 310 Aug01/09 12-13-27 316 May01/06
12-12-32 R 392 Feb01/10 12-13-24 01 311 Aug01/09 12-13-27 317 Feb01/06
12-12-32 R 393 Feb01/10 12-13-24 01 312 Nov01/08 12-13-27 318 May01/09
12-12-32 R 394 Feb01/10 12-13-24 01 313 Nov01/09 12-13-27 319 Nov01/09
12-12-32 R 395 Feb01/10 12-13-24 01 314 Feb01/08 12-13-27 320 Nov01/09
12-12-32 R 396 Feb01/10 12-13-24 01 315 Feb01/08 12-13-27 321 Feb01/08
12-12-32 R 397 Feb01/10 12-13-24 01 316 Nov01/08 12-13-27 322 May01/05
12-12-32 R 398 Feb01/10 12-13-24 01 317 Nov01/08 12-13-27 323 May01/05
12-12-32 R 399 Feb01/10 12-13-24 01 318 Nov01/09 12-13-27 324 May01/05
12-12-32 R A300 Feb01/10 12-13-24 01 319 Feb01/09 12-13-27 325 May01/05
12-12-32 R A301 Feb01/10 12-13-24 01 320 Feb01/09 12-13-27 326 Feb01/08
12-12-32 R A302 Feb01/10 12-13-24 01 321 Feb01/09 12-13-27 327 May01/09
12-12-32 R A303 Feb01/10 12-13-24 01 322 Aug01/09 12-13-27 328 Aug01/05
12-12-32 R A304 Feb01/10 12-13-24 01 323 Aug01/09 12-13-27 329 May01/09
12-12-32 R A305 Feb01/10 12-13-24 01 324 Aug01/09 12-13-27 330 Aug01/05
12-12-32 R A306 Feb01/10 12-13-24 01 325 Feb01/09 12-13-27 331 May01/09
12-12-32 R A307 Feb01/10 12-13-24 01 326 Feb01/09 12-13-27 332 Aug01/05
12-12-32 R A308 Feb01/10 12-13-24 01 327 Feb01/09 12-13-27 333 May01/09
12-12-32 R A309 Feb01/10 12-13-24 01 328 Feb01/09 12-13-27 334 Aug01/05
12-12-32 R A310 Feb01/10 12-13-24 01 329 Feb01/09 12-13-27 335 Feb01/08
12-12-32 R A311 Feb01/10 12-13-24 02 R 301 Feb01/10 12-13-27 336 Feb01/08
12-12-32 R A312 Feb01/10 12-13-24 02 R 302 Feb01/10 12-13-27 R 337 Feb01/10
12-12-32 R A313 Feb01/10 12-13-24 02 R 303 Feb01/10 12-13-27 R 338 Feb01/10
12-12-32 R A314 Feb01/10 12-13-24 02 R 304 Feb01/10 12-13-27 R 339 Feb01/10

12-L.E.P. Page 3
Feb 01/10

CES
CH/SE/SU C PAGE DATE CH/SE/SU C PAGE DATE CH/SE/SU C PAGE DATE

12-13-27 R 340 Feb01/10 12-13-79 01 R 331 Feb01/10 12-14-29 304 May01/05


12-13-27 R 341 Feb01/10 12-13-79 01 332 Feb01/09 12-14-29 305 May01/05
12-13-27 R 342 Feb01/10 12-13-79 02 R 301 Feb01/10 12-14-29 R 306 Feb01/10
12-13-27 R 343 Feb01/10 12-13-79 02 R 302 Feb01/10 12-14-29 R 307 Feb01/10
12-13-27 344 Feb01/08 12-13-79 02 R 303 Feb01/10 12-14-29 308 May01/04
12-13-27 345 Feb01/08 12-13-79 02 R 304 Feb01/10 12-14-29 309 Aug01/08
12-13-27 R 346 Feb01/10 12-13-79 02 R 305 Feb01/10 12-14-29 310 Aug01/08
12-13-27 R 347 Feb01/10 12-13-79 02 R 306 Feb01/10 12-14-29 311 Feb01/98
12-13-27 R 348 Feb01/10 12-13-79 02 R 307 Feb01/10 12-14-32 301 May01/09
12-13-27 R 349 Feb01/10 12-13-79 02 R 308 Feb01/10 12-14-32 302 May01/09
12-13-27 R 350 Feb01/10 12-13-79 02 R 309 Feb01/10 12-14-32 303 Nov01/09
12-13-27 R 351 Feb01/10 12-13-79 02 R 310 Feb01/10 12-14-32 304 Nov01/09
12-13-27 R 352 Feb01/10 12-13-79 02 R 311 Feb01/10 12-14-32 R 305 Feb01/10
12-13-27 R 353 Feb01/10 12-13-79 02 R 312 Feb01/10 12-14-32 R 306 Feb01/10
12-13-27 R 354 Feb01/10 12-13-79 02 R 313 Feb01/10 12-14-32 307 Aug01/08
12-13-29 R 301 Feb01/10 12-13-79 02 R 314 Feb01/10 12-14-32 R 308 Feb01/10
12-13-29 R 302 Feb01/10 12-13-79 02 R 315 Feb01/10 12-14-32 309 May01/07
12-13-29 R 303 Feb01/10 12-13-79 02 R 316 Feb01/10 12-14-32 310 May01/07
12-13-29 R 304 Feb01/10 12-13-79 02 R 317 Feb01/10 12-14-32 311 May01/07
12-13-29 R 305 Feb01/10 12-13-79 02 R 318 Feb01/10 12-14-32 312 May01/07
12-13-49 01 301 Nov01/04 12-13-80 01 R 301 Feb01/10 12-14-32 313 Aug01/05
12-13-79 01 301 Nov01/08 12-13-80 01 302 Nov01/08 12-14-32 314 Aug01/05
12-13-79 01 302 Feb01/09 12-13-80 01 303 Feb01/09 12-14-32 315 Aug01/05
12-13-79 01 303 Feb01/09 12-13-80 01 304 Nov01/08 12-14-32 316 Aug01/05
12-13-79 01 304 Feb01/09 12-13-80 01 305 Nov01/07 12-14-32 317 Aug01/05
12-13-79 01 305 Feb01/09 12-13-80 01 306 Nov01/08 12-14-32 318 Aug01/08
12-13-79 01 306 Feb01/09 12-13-80 01 307 Nov01/08 12-14-32 R 319 Feb01/10
12-13-79 01 307 Feb01/09 12-13-80 01 308 Nov01/08 12-14-32 320 May01/07
12-13-79 01 308 Feb01/09 12-13-80 01 309 Nov01/08 12-14-32 321 Aug01/09
12-13-79 01 309 Feb01/09 12-13-80 01 310 Nov01/08 12-14-32 R 322 Feb01/10
12-13-79 01 310 Feb01/09 12-13-80 01 311 Nov01/08 12-14-32 R 323 Feb01/10
12-13-79 01 311 Feb01/09 12-13-80 01 312 Nov01/08 12-14-32 R 324 Feb01/10
12-13-79 01 312 Feb01/09 12-13-80 01 313 Nov01/08 12-14-32 R 325 Feb01/10
12-13-79 01 313 Feb01/09 12-13-80 02 R 301 Feb01/10 12-14-32 R 326 Feb01/10
12-13-79 01 314 Feb01/09 12-13-80 02 R 302 Feb01/10 12-14-32 327 Aug01/05
12-13-79 01 315 Aug01/09 12-13-80 02 R 303 Feb01/10 12-14-32 328 Feb01/07
12-13-79 01 316 Aug01/09 12-13-80 02 R 304 Feb01/10 12-14-32 R 329 Feb01/10
12-13-79 01 317 Feb01/09 12-13-80 02 R 305 Feb01/10 12-14-32 330 Aug01/05
12-13-79 01 318 Feb01/09 12-13-80 02 R 306 Feb01/10 12-14-32 331 Aug01/05
12-13-79 01 319 Nov01/09 12-13-80 02 R 307 Feb01/10 12-14-32 332 Aug01/07
12-13-79 01 320 Feb01/09 12-13-80 02 R 308 Feb01/10 12-14-32 333 Aug01/07
12-13-79 01 321 Feb01/09 12-13-80 02 R 309 Feb01/10 12-14-32 334 Aug01/07
12-13-79 01 322 Feb01/09 12-13-80 02 R 310 Feb01/10 12-14-32 335 Aug01/05
12-13-79 01 323 Feb01/09 12-13-80 02 R 311 Feb01/10 12-14-32 R 336 Feb01/10
12-13-79 01 324 Nov01/09 12-13-80 02 R 312 Feb01/10 12-14-32 R 337 Feb01/10
12-13-79 01 325 Feb01/09 12-13-80 02 R 313 Feb01/10 12-14-32 R 338 Feb01/10
12-13-79 01 326 Feb01/09 12-14-32 339 Feb01/08
12-13-79 01 327 Feb01/09 12-14-00 R 1 Feb01/10 12-14-32 340 Aug01/07
12-13-79 01 328 Feb01/09 12-14-29 301 Aug01/08 12-14-32 341 Aug01/07
12-13-79 01 329 Feb01/09 12-14-29 R 302 Feb01/10 12-14-32 342 Aug01/07
12-13-79 01 R 330 Feb01/10 12-14-29 R 303 Feb01/10 12-14-32 343 Aug01/05

12-L.E.P. Page 4
Feb 01/10

CES
CH/SE/SU C PAGE DATE CH/SE/SU C PAGE DATE CH/SE/SU C PAGE DATE

12-14-32 344 Aug01/07 12-14-32 395 Nov01/09 12-16-38 303 May01/08


12-14-32 345 Aug01/07 12-14-32 396 Nov01/09 12-16-38 304 Nov01/09
12-14-32 346 Aug01/07 12-14-32 397 Nov01/09 12-16-38 305 Nov01/09
12-14-32 347 Aug01/05 12-14-32 398 Nov01/09 12-16-38 306 Nov01/09
12-14-32 R 348 Feb01/10 12-14-32 399 Nov01/09
12-14-32 R 349 Feb01/10 12-14-32 R A300 Feb01/10 12-17-00 1 Feb01/98
12-14-32 R 350 Feb01/10 12-14-32 R A301 Feb01/10 12-17-30 R 301 Feb01/10
12-14-32 351 May01/07 12-14-32 A302 Nov01/09 12-17-30 R 302 Feb01/10
12-14-32 352 Aug01/07 12-14-32 R A303 Feb01/10 12-17-30 R 303 Feb01/10
12-14-32 353 Aug01/07 12-14-32 R A304 Feb01/10
12-14-32 354 Aug01/07 12-14-32 A305 Nov01/09 12-20-00 1 Feb01/98
12-14-32 355 Aug01/09 12-14-32 R A306 Feb01/10
12-14-32 R 356 Feb01/10 12-14-35 301 Feb01/09 12-21-00 1 Feb01/98
12-14-32 357 Feb01/09 12-14-35 302 May01/05 12-21-11 301 Nov01/09
12-14-32 R 358 Feb01/10 12-14-35 303 May01/05 12-21-11 302 Nov01/09
12-14-32 359 Aug01/09 12-14-35 304 Feb01/09 12-21-11 303 Nov01/08
12-14-32 360 Aug01/09 12-14-35 305 May01/05 12-21-11 304 Feb01/09
12-14-32 361 Aug01/09 12-14-35 306 May01/05 12-21-11 305 Nov01/09
12-14-32 362 Aug01/09 12-14-35 307 Feb01/09 12-21-11 306 Nov01/09
12-14-32 363 Aug01/09 12-14-35 308 May01/08 12-21-11 307 Nov01/09
12-14-32 364 Aug01/09 12-21-11 R 308 Feb01/10
12-14-32 R 365 Feb01/10 12-15-00 1 Feb01/98 12-21-11 R 309 Feb01/10
12-14-32 366 Aug01/09 12-15-38 301 Nov01/04 12-21-11 R 310 Feb01/10
12-14-32 367 Aug01/09 12-15-38 R 302 Feb01/10 12-21-11 N 311 Feb01/10
12-14-32 R 368 Feb01/10 12-15-38 R 303 Feb01/10 12-21-12 R 301 Feb01/10
12-14-32 R 369 Feb01/10 12-15-38 R 304 Feb01/10 12-21-12 R 302 Feb01/10
12-14-32 370 Aug01/09 12-15-38 R 305 Feb01/10 12-21-12 303 Aug01/06
12-14-32 371 Aug01/09 12-15-38 306 May01/07 12-21-12 R 304 Feb01/10
12-14-32 R 372 Feb01/10 12-15-38 R 307 Feb01/10 12-21-12 305 Aug01/06
12-14-32 373 Aug01/09 12-15-38 R 308 Feb01/10 12-21-12 306 Feb01/08
12-14-32 R 374 Feb01/10 12-15-38 309 Nov01/09 12-21-12 307 Aug01/06
12-14-32 375 Aug01/09 12-15-38 310 Nov01/09 12-21-12 308 Aug01/06
12-14-32 376 Aug01/09 12-15-38 R 311 Feb01/10 12-21-12 309 Aug01/08
12-14-32 377 Aug01/09 12-15-38 R 312 Feb01/10 12-21-12 310 Aug01/06
12-14-32 R 378 Feb01/10 12-15-38 R 313 Feb01/10 12-21-12 311 Aug01/06
12-14-32 R 379 Feb01/10 12-15-38 R 314 Feb01/10 12-21-12 312 Nov01/07
12-14-32 R 380 Feb01/10 12-15-38 315 Nov01/09 12-21-12 313 Aug01/08
12-14-32 381 Nov01/09 12-15-38 R 316 Feb01/10 12-21-12 314 Aug01/08
12-14-32 382 Nov01/09 12-15-38 R 317 Feb01/10 12-21-12 315 Aug01/08
12-14-32 383 Nov01/09 12-15-38 318 Nov01/09 12-21-12 316 Nov01/07
12-14-32 R 384 Feb01/10 12-21-12 317 Nov01/07
12-14-32 R 385 Feb01/10 12-16-00 1 Feb01/98 12-21-12 318 Nov01/07
12-14-32 R 386 Feb01/10 12-16-25 301 May01/05 12-21-12 319 Nov01/07
12-14-32 R 387 Feb01/10 12-16-25 R 302 Feb01/10 12-21-12 320 Nov01/07
12-14-32 R 388 Feb01/10 12-16-25 303 Feb01/08 12-21-12 321 Aug01/08
12-14-32 R 389 Feb01/10 12-16-25 304 May01/05 12-21-12 322 Nov01/07
12-14-32 R 390 Feb01/10 12-16-25 305 Feb01/08 12-21-12 323 Nov01/08
12-14-32 R 391 Feb01/10 12-16-25 R 306 Feb01/10 12-21-12 324 Nov01/08
12-14-32 392 Nov01/09 12-16-25 R 307 Feb01/10 12-21-12 325 Nov01/07
12-14-32 393 Nov01/09 12-16-38 301 May01/08 12-21-12 326 Nov01/07
12-14-32 394 Nov01/09 12-16-38 302 May01/08 12-21-12 327 Feb01/08

12-L.E.P. Page 5
Feb 01/10

CES
CH/SE/SU C PAGE DATE CH/SE/SU C PAGE DATE CH/SE/SU C PAGE DATE

12-21-12 328 Aug01/08 12-21-13 R 710 Feb01/10 12-22-27 R 316 Feb01/10


12-21-12 329 Nov01/07 12-21-13 R 711 Feb01/10 12-22-27 R 317 Feb01/10
12-21-12 330 Nov01/07 12-21-13 R 712 Feb01/10 12-22-27 R 318 Feb01/10
12-21-12 331 Aug01/08 12-21-13 R 713 Feb01/10 12-22-27 319 Aug01/07
12-21-12 332 Nov01/07 12-21-13 R 714 Feb01/10 12-22-27 320 Aug01/07
12-21-12 333 Nov01/07 12-21-13 R 715 Feb01/10 12-22-27 321 Nov01/09
12-21-12 334 Aug01/08 12-21-13 R 716 Feb01/10 12-22-27 322 Aug01/07
12-21-12 335 Nov01/07 12-21-13 R 717 Feb01/10 12-22-27 323 Aug01/07
12-21-12 336 Nov01/07 12-21-13 R 718 Feb01/10 12-22-27 324 Aug01/07
12-21-12 337 Aug01/08 12-21-13 R 719 Feb01/10 12-22-27 325 Aug01/07
12-21-12 338 Nov01/07 12-21-13 R 720 Feb01/10 12-22-27 326 Aug01/07
12-21-12 339 Nov01/07 12-21-13 R 721 Feb01/10 12-22-27 327 Feb01/07
12-21-12 340 Nov01/08 12-21-13 R 722 Feb01/10 12-22-27 328 Feb01/07
12-21-12 341 Aug01/08 12-21-13 R 723 Feb01/10 12-22-27 329 Nov01/09
12-21-12 342 Nov01/08 12-21-13 R 724 Feb01/10 12-22-27 330 Aug01/07
12-21-12 343 Nov01/07 12-21-13 R 725 Feb01/10 12-22-27 331 Feb01/07
12-21-12 R 344 Feb01/10 12-21-13 R 726 Feb01/10 12-22-27 332 Feb01/07
12-21-12 345 Aug01/08 12-21-13 R 727 Feb01/10 12-22-27 333 Feb01/07
12-21-12 346 Nov01/07 12-21-13 R 728 Feb01/10 12-22-27 334 Feb01/07
12-21-12 347 Aug01/08 12-21-13 R 729 Feb01/10 12-22-27 335 Feb01/07
12-21-12 348 Aug01/09 12-21-13 N 730 Feb01/10 12-22-27 336 Feb01/07
12-21-12 349 Nov01/07 12-21-13 N 731 Feb01/10 12-22-27 337 Feb01/07
12-21-12 R 350 Feb01/10 12-22-27 338 Feb01/07
12-21-12 351 Aug01/09 12-22-00 R 1 Feb01/10 12-22-27 339 Feb01/07
12-21-12 352 Nov01/09 12-22-00 R 2 Feb01/10 12-22-27 340 Feb01/07
12-21-12 353 Aug01/09 12-22-00 N 3 Feb01/10 12-22-27 341 Feb01/07
12-21-12 354 Aug01/09 12-22-25 301 Feb01/08 12-22-27 342 Feb01/07
12-21-12 355 Feb01/08 12-22-25 302 Feb01/08 12-22-27 343 Nov01/07
12-21-12 356 Feb01/09 12-22-25 303 Feb01/08 12-22-27 344 Nov01/09
12-21-12 357 Nov01/07 12-22-25 304 Feb01/08 12-22-27 345 Aug01/08
12-21-12 358 Feb01/08 12-22-25 305 Feb01/08 12-22-27 346 Aug01/08
12-21-12 359 Nov01/07 12-22-25 306 Feb01/08 12-22-27 347 Nov01/07
12-21-12 360 Nov01/07 12-22-25 307 Feb01/08 12-22-27 348 Feb01/07
12-21-12 361 Nov01/07 12-22-25 308 Feb01/08 12-22-27 349 Aug01/08
12-21-12 R 362 Feb01/10 12-22-25 309 Feb01/08 12-22-27 350 Feb01/07
12-21-12 363 Feb01/09 12-22-25 310 Feb01/08 12-22-27 351 Feb01/07
12-21-12 364 Feb01/09 12-22-27 301 Aug01/07 12-22-27 352 Feb01/07
12-21-12 365 Feb01/08 12-22-27 302 Aug01/07 12-22-29 301 May01/09
12-21-12 366 Feb01/08 12-22-27 303 Aug01/08 12-22-29 302 Nov01/08
12-21-12 367 Nov01/07 12-22-27 304 Feb01/07 12-22-29 303 Nov01/08
12-21-12 368 Aug01/08 12-22-27 305 Aug01/08 12-22-32 301 Nov01/09
12-21-12 369 Aug01/08 12-22-27 306 Aug01/08 12-22-32 R 302 Feb01/10
12-21-13 701 Nov01/09 12-22-27 307 Aug01/08 12-22-32 R 303 Feb01/10
12-21-13 R 702 Feb01/10 12-22-27 308 Aug01/08 12-22-32 R 304 Feb01/10
12-21-13 R 703 Feb01/10 12-22-27 309 Nov01/07 12-22-32 R 305 Feb01/10
12-21-13 704 Nov01/09 12-22-27 310 Nov01/09 12-22-32 R 306 Feb01/10
12-21-13 R 705 Feb01/10 12-22-27 R 311 Feb01/10 12-22-32 R 307 Feb01/10
12-21-13 R 706 Feb01/10 12-22-27 312 May01/08 12-22-32 R 308 Feb01/10
12-21-13 707 Aug01/08 12-22-27 313 May01/08 12-22-32 R 309 Feb01/10
12-21-13 R 708 Feb01/10 12-22-27 R 314 Feb01/10 12-22-32 R 310 Feb01/10
12-21-13 R 709 Feb01/10 12-22-27 R 315 Feb01/10 12-22-32 R 311 Feb01/10

12-L.E.P. Page 6
Feb 01/10

CES
CH/SE/SU C PAGE DATE CH/SE/SU C PAGE DATE CH/SE/SU C PAGE DATE

12-22-32 R 312 Feb01/10 12-22-32 R 363 Feb01/10 12-22-52 328 Aug01/08


12-22-32 R 313 Feb01/10 12-22-32 R 364 Feb01/10 12-22-52 R 329 Feb01/10
12-22-32 314 Aug01/09 12-22-32 R 365 Feb01/10 12-22-52 R 330 Feb01/10
12-22-32 315 Aug01/09 12-22-32 R 366 Feb01/10 12-22-52 331 Aug01/08
12-22-32 316 Aug01/09 12-22-32 R 367 Feb01/10 12-22-52 332 Aug01/08
12-22-32 317 Aug01/09 12-22-32 R 368 Feb01/10 12-22-52 333 Aug01/08
12-22-32 318 Aug01/09 12-22-32 R 369 Feb01/10 12-22-52 334 Aug01/08
12-22-32 319 Aug01/09 12-22-32 R 370 Feb01/10 12-22-52 335 Aug01/08
12-22-32 320 Aug01/09 12-22-32 R 371 Feb01/10 12-22-52 336 Aug01/08
12-22-32 321 Aug01/09 12-22-32 R 372 Feb01/10 12-22-52 337 Aug01/08
12-22-32 322 Aug01/09 12-22-32 R 373 Feb01/10 12-22-52 338 Aug01/08
12-22-32 323 Aug01/09 12-22-32 R 374 Feb01/10 12-22-52 339 Aug01/08
12-22-32 324 Aug01/09 12-22-32 R 375 Feb01/10 12-22-52 340 Aug01/08
12-22-32 325 Aug01/09 12-22-32 R 376 Feb01/10 12-22-52 341 May01/09
12-22-32 326 Aug01/09 12-22-32 R 377 Feb01/10 12-22-52 342 Aug01/09
12-22-32 327 Aug01/09 12-22-32 R 378 Feb01/10 12-22-52 343 Aug01/09
12-22-32 328 Aug01/09 12-22-32 379 Nov01/09 12-22-52 344 Aug01/09
12-22-32 329 Aug01/09 12-22-32 380 Nov01/09 12-22-52 345 Aug01/09
12-22-32 330 Aug01/09 12-22-32 R 381 Feb01/10 12-22-52 346 Aug01/09
12-22-32 331 Aug01/09 12-22-32 R 382 Feb01/10 12-22-52 347 Aug01/09
12-22-32 332 Aug01/09 12-22-32 R 383 Feb01/10 12-22-52 348 Aug01/09
12-22-32 333 Aug01/09 12-22-32 R 384 Feb01/10 12-22-52 349 Aug01/09
12-22-32 334 Aug01/09 12-22-32 385 Nov01/09 12-22-52 350 Aug01/09
12-22-32 335 Aug01/09 12-22-32 386 Nov01/09 12-22-52 R 351 Feb01/10
12-22-32 336 Aug01/09 12-22-52 301 Feb01/98 12-22-52 R 352 Feb01/10
12-22-32 337 Aug01/09 12-22-52 R 302 Feb01/10 12-22-52 R 353 Feb01/10
12-22-32 338 Aug01/09 12-22-52 R 303 Feb01/10 12-22-52 R 354 Feb01/10
12-22-32 R 339 Feb01/10 12-22-52 R 304 Feb01/10 12-22-52 R 355 Feb01/10
12-22-32 R 340 Feb01/10 12-22-52 R 305 Feb01/10 12-22-52 356 Aug01/09
12-22-32 R 341 Feb01/10 12-22-52 306 Aug01/08 12-22-52 357 Aug01/09
12-22-32 R 342 Feb01/10 12-22-52 307 Aug01/08 12-22-52 R 358 Feb01/10
12-22-32 R 343 Feb01/10 12-22-52 R 308 Feb01/10 12-22-52 359 Aug01/09
12-22-32 344 Nov01/09 12-22-52 309 Aug01/08 12-22-52 360 Aug01/09
12-22-32 345 Nov01/09 12-22-52 R 310 Feb01/10 12-22-52 361 Aug01/09
12-22-32 R 346 Feb01/10 12-22-52 311 May01/08 12-22-52 362 Aug01/09
12-22-32 R 347 Feb01/10 12-22-52 312 May01/08 12-22-52 363 Aug01/09
12-22-32 348 Nov01/09 12-22-52 313 Nov01/08 12-22-52 364 Aug01/09
12-22-32 349 Nov01/09 12-22-52 314 Aug01/08 12-22-52 R 365 Feb01/10
12-22-32 R 350 Feb01/10 12-22-52 R 315 Feb01/10 12-22-52 R 366 Feb01/10
12-22-32 R 351 Feb01/10 12-22-52 R 316 Feb01/10 12-22-52 367 Aug01/09
12-22-32 352 Nov01/09 12-22-52 317 May01/08 12-22-52 R 368 Feb01/10
12-22-32 353 Nov01/09 12-22-52 318 Nov01/08 12-22-52 R 369 Feb01/10
12-22-32 354 Nov01/09 12-22-52 319 Nov01/08 12-22-52 370 Aug01/09
12-22-32 R 355 Feb01/10 12-22-52 320 Aug01/08 12-22-52 371 Aug01/09
12-22-32 356 Nov01/09 12-22-52 321 Aug01/08 12-22-52 372 Aug01/09
12-22-32 357 Nov01/09 12-22-52 322 May01/08 12-22-52 373 Aug01/09
12-22-32 R 358 Feb01/10 12-22-52 R 323 Feb01/10 12-22-52 374 Aug01/09
12-22-32 R 359 Feb01/10 12-22-52 324 Nov01/08 12-22-53 301 Aug01/08
12-22-32 R 360 Feb01/10 12-22-52 325 Nov01/08 12-22-53 302 May01/03
12-22-32 R 361 Feb01/10 12-22-52 R 326 Feb01/10 12-22-53 303 Aug01/08
12-22-32 R 362 Feb01/10 12-22-52 R 327 Feb01/10 12-22-53 304 Feb01/98

12-L.E.P. Page 7
Feb 01/10

CES
CH/SE/SU C PAGE DATE CH/SE/SU C PAGE DATE CH/SE/SU C PAGE DATE

12-22-53 305 Aug01/08 12-31-00 N 201 Feb01/10 12-31-28 205 Feb01/98


12-22-53 306 Aug01/08 12-31-00 N 202 Feb01/10 12-31-31 201 Feb01/98
12-22-53 307 Aug01/08 12-31-00 N 203 Feb01/10 12-31-31 202 Feb01/98
12-22-53 308 Aug01/08 12-31-00 N 204 Feb01/10 12-31-32 R 201 Feb01/10
12-22-55 301 Nov01/08 12-31-00 N 205 Feb01/10 12-31-32 R 202 Feb01/10
12-22-55 302 Nov01/08 12-31-00 N 206 Feb01/10 12-31-32 R 203 Feb01/10
12-22-55 303 Nov01/08 12-31-00 N 207 Feb01/10 12-31-35 201 May01/06
12-22-55 304 Feb01/98 12-31-00 N 208 Feb01/10 12-31-35 202 May01/05
12-22-55 305 Nov01/08 12-31-00 N 209 Feb01/10 12-31-38 201 May01/04
12-22-55 306 Nov01/08 12-31-11 201 Nov01/07 12-31-38 202 Aug01/06
12-22-55 307 Nov01/08 12-31-11 202 Nov01/08 12-31-38 203 May01/07
12-22-55 308 Nov01/08 12-31-11 203 Nov01/08 12-31-38 204 Feb01/08
12-22-55 309 Nov01/08 12-31-11 204 Nov01/08 12-31-38 205 Feb01/08
12-22-56 301 Nov01/04 12-31-11 205 Nov01/08 12-31-38 206 Feb01/08
12-22-56 302 Nov01/09 12-31-11 206 Nov01/08 12-31-49 201 Nov01/04
12-22-56 303 Feb01/02 12-31-12 201 May01/08 12-31-49 R 202 Feb01/10
12-22-56 304 Nov01/09 12-31-12 202 Feb01/09 12-31-49 R 203 Feb01/10
12-31-12 203 Feb01/09 12-31-49 204 May01/07
12-24-00 1 Feb01/98 12-31-12 204 Feb01/09 12-31-51 201 Feb01/98
12-24-34 301 Feb01/98 12-31-12 205 Feb01/09 12-31-51 202 Feb01/98
12-24-34 302 Feb01/98 12-31-12 206 Feb01/09 12-31-51 203 Feb01/98
12-24-34 303 Feb01/98 12-31-12 207 Feb01/09 12-31-52 201 May01/09
12-24-38 R 201 Feb01/10 12-31-12 208 Feb01/09 12-31-52 202 May01/09
12-24-38 202 May01/07 12-31-12 209 Nov01/08 12-31-52 R 203 Feb01/10
12-24-38 R 203 Feb01/10 12-31-12 210 Nov01/08 12-31-52 R 204 Feb01/10
12-24-38 R 204 Feb01/10 12-31-12 211 Aug01/08 12-31-52 R 205 Feb01/10
12-24-38 R 205 Feb01/10 12-31-12 212 May01/08 12-31-52 R 206 Feb01/10
12-24-38 R 206 Feb01/10 12-31-12 213 May01/08 12-31-52 207 Feb01/08
12-24-38 R 207 Feb01/10 12-31-12 214 May01/08 12-31-52 208 Nov01/09
12-24-38 208 Aug01/05 12-31-12 215 May01/08 12-31-52 209 Nov01/09
12-24-38 209 Aug01/08 12-31-21 201 May01/99 12-31-52 210 Nov01/09
12-24-38 R 210 Feb01/10 12-31-21 202 May01/99 12-31-52 R 211 Feb01/10
12-24-38 211 May01/07 12-31-21 203 May01/99 12-31-52 R 212 Feb01/10
12-24-38 R 212 Feb01/10 12-31-24 201 Feb01/05 12-31-52 213 Nov01/09
12-24-38 R 213 Feb01/10 12-31-24 202 Feb01/05 12-31-52 214 Nov01/09
12-24-38 R 214 Feb01/10 12-31-24 203 Feb01/05 12-31-52 215 Nov01/09
12-24-38 R 215 Feb01/10 12-31-25 201 Feb01/06 12-31-52 216 Nov01/09
12-24-38 216 Feb01/09 12-31-25 202 Feb01/08 12-31-52 217 Nov01/09
12-24-38 R 217 Feb01/10 12-31-25 203 Feb01/08 12-31-52 R 218 Feb01/10
12-31-25 204 Feb01/08 12-31-52 R 219 Feb01/10
12-28-00 1 Nov01/09 12-31-25 R 205 Feb01/10 12-31-52 R 220 Feb01/10
12-31-25 R 206 Feb01/10 12-31-52 R 221 Feb01/10
12-30-00 1 Feb01/98 12-31-25 R 207 Feb01/10 12-31-52 R 222 Feb01/10
12-31-25 208 Feb01/06 12-31-52 223 Feb01/08
12-31-00 1 Nov01/04 12-31-27 201 May01/07 12-31-52 224 Feb01/08
12-31-00 2 Nov01/04 12-31-27 202 May01/07 12-31-52 225 Feb01/08
12-31-00 3 Feb01/06 12-31-27 203 Feb01/98 12-31-52 226 Feb01/08
12-31-00 4 Feb01/06 12-31-28 201 Feb01/08 12-31-71 R 201 Feb01/10
12-31-00 5 Nov01/04 12-31-28 202 Feb01/08 12-31-71 N 202 Feb01/10
12-31-00 6 Aug01/09 12-31-28 203 Nov01/07 12-31-71 N 203 Feb01/10
12-31-00 7 Aug01/09 12-31-28 204 Feb01/09 12-31-71 N 204 Feb01/10

12-L.E.P. Page 8
Feb 01/10

CES
CH/SE/SU C PAGE DATE CH/SE/SU C PAGE DATE CH/SE/SU C PAGE DATE

12-31-71 N 205 Feb01/10 12-32-29 311 Feb01/09 12-33-21 N 219 Feb01/10


12-32-29 312 Feb01/09 12-33-21 R 301 Feb01/10
12-32-00 1 Feb01/98 12-32-29 313 Feb01/09 12-33-21 R 302 Feb01/10
12-32-24 301 Nov01/09 12-32-29 314 Feb01/09 12-33-21 303 May01/04
12-32-24 302 May01/09 12-32-29 315 Feb01/09
12-32-24 R 303 Feb01/10 12-32-29 316 Feb01/09 12-34-00 1 Aug01/09
12-32-24 R 304 Feb01/10 12-32-29 317 Feb01/09 12-34-24 R 201 Feb01/10
12-32-24 305 Feb01/08 12-32-29 R 318 Feb01/10 12-34-24 R 202 Feb01/10
12-32-24 306 Nov01/08 12-32-29 R 319 Feb01/10 12-34-24 203 Feb01/98
12-32-24 R 307 Feb01/10 12-32-29 R 320 Feb01/10 12-34-24 204 Feb01/98
12-32-24 R 308 Feb01/10 12-32-29 R 321 Feb01/10 12-34-24 205 May01/09
12-32-24 309 Nov01/07 12-32-29 322 May01/09 12-34-24 R 206 Feb01/10
12-32-24 R 310 Feb01/10 12-32-49 R 301 Feb01/10 12-34-24 207 May01/09
12-32-24 R 311 Feb01/10 12-32-49 R 302 Feb01/10 12-34-24 208 May01/09
12-32-24 312 Nov01/07 12-32-49 R 303 Feb01/10 12-34-24 209 Feb01/09
12-32-28 301 Nov01/06 12-32-49 304 Nov01/09 12-34-24 R 210 Feb01/10
12-32-28 R 302 Feb01/10 12-32-49 305 Nov01/09 12-34-24 211 Feb01/09
12-32-28 R 303 Feb01/10 12-32-49 R 306 Feb01/10 12-34-24 212 Feb01/09
12-32-28 R 304 Feb01/10 12-32-49 307 Nov01/07 12-34-24 R 213 Feb01/10
12-32-28 305 Nov01/06 12-32-49 308 May01/05 12-34-24 214 Feb01/09
12-32-28 R 306 Feb01/10 12-32-79 01 301 Nov01/08
12-32-28 R 307 Feb01/10 12-32-79 01 302 Nov01/08 12-36-00 1 Feb01/98
12-32-28 R 308 Feb01/10 12-32-79 01 303 Nov01/08 12-36-29 301 Feb01/05
12-32-28 309 Nov01/07 12-32-79 01 304 Nov01/08 12-36-29 302 Aug01/09
12-32-28 310 Nov01/07 12-32-79 01 305 Nov01/08 12-36-29 R 303 Feb01/10
12-32-28 311 May01/09 12-32-79 01 306 Nov01/08 12-36-29 304 Aug01/09
12-32-28 R 312 Feb01/10 12-32-79 02 R 301 Feb01/10 12-36-29 305 Aug01/09
12-32-28 R 313 Feb01/10 12-32-79 02 R 302 Feb01/10 12-36-29 306 Aug01/09
12-32-28 R 314 Feb01/10 12-32-79 02 R 303 Feb01/10 12-36-29 R 307 Feb01/10
12-32-28 315 Aug01/08 12-32-79 02 R 304 Feb01/10 12-36-29 R 308 Feb01/10
12-32-28 316 May01/09 12-32-79 02 R 305 Feb01/10 12-36-29 R 309 Feb01/10
12-32-28 317 Nov01/06 12-36-29 R 310 Feb01/10
12-32-28 318 Nov01/06 12-33-00 1 Feb01/98 12-36-29 311 Aug01/09
12-32-28 319 Nov01/06 12-33-21 R 201 Feb01/10 12-36-29 R 312 Feb01/10
12-32-28 320 Nov01/06 12-33-21 R 202 Feb01/10 12-36-29 R 313 Feb01/10
12-32-28 321 May01/09 12-33-21 203 Nov01/06 12-36-29 R 314 Feb01/10
12-32-28 322 Aug01/08 12-33-21 R 204 Feb01/10 12-36-29 R 315 Feb01/10
12-32-28 323 May01/09 12-33-21 R 205 Feb01/10 12-36-29 R 316 Feb01/10
12-32-28 324 Nov01/06 12-33-21 R 206 Feb01/10 12-36-29 R 317 Feb01/10
12-32-28 R 325 Feb01/10 12-33-21 R 207 Feb01/10 12-36-29 R 318 Feb01/10
12-32-28 326 Nov01/06 12-33-21 R 208 Feb01/10 12-36-29 R 319 Feb01/10
12-32-29 301 Feb01/07 12-33-21 R 209 Feb01/10 12-36-29 R 320 Feb01/10
12-32-29 302 Aug01/08 12-33-21 R 210 Feb01/10 12-36-29 R 321 Feb01/10
12-32-29 303 Nov01/03 12-33-21 R 211 Feb01/10 12-36-29 R 322 Feb01/10
12-32-29 R 304 Feb01/10 12-33-21 R 212 Feb01/10 12-36-29 R 323 Feb01/10
12-32-29 305 Feb01/07 12-33-21 R 213 Feb01/10 12-36-29 R 324 Feb01/10
12-32-29 306 Nov01/03 12-33-21 R 214 Feb01/10 12-36-29 R 325 Feb01/10
12-32-29 307 Nov01/03 12-33-21 R 215 Feb01/10 12-36-29 R 326 Feb01/10
12-32-29 R 308 Feb01/10 12-33-21 R 216 Feb01/10 12-36-29 R 327 Feb01/10
12-32-29 R 309 Feb01/10 12-33-21 R 217 Feb01/10 12-36-29 R 328 Feb01/10
12-32-29 310 Nov01/09 12-33-21 R 218 Feb01/10 12-36-29 R 329 Feb01/10

12-L.E.P. Page 9
Feb 01/10

CES
CH/SE/SU C PAGE DATE CH/SE/SU C PAGE DATE CH/SE/SU C PAGE DATE

12-36-29 R 330 Feb01/10 12-36-29 R 381 Feb01/10 12-36-29 A332 Aug01/09


12-36-29 R 331 Feb01/10 12-36-29 R 382 Feb01/10 12-36-29 A333 Nov01/09
12-36-29 R 332 Feb01/10 12-36-29 R 383 Feb01/10 12-36-29 A334 Nov01/09
12-36-29 R 333 Feb01/10 12-36-29 R 384 Feb01/10 12-36-29 A335 Nov01/09
12-36-29 R 334 Feb01/10 12-36-29 R 385 Feb01/10 12-36-29 R A336 Feb01/10
12-36-29 R 335 Feb01/10 12-36-29 R 386 Feb01/10 12-36-29 R A337 Feb01/10
12-36-29 R 336 Feb01/10 12-36-29 R 387 Feb01/10 12-36-29 R A338 Feb01/10
12-36-29 R 337 Feb01/10 12-36-29 R 388 Feb01/10 12-36-29 R A339 Feb01/10
12-36-29 R 338 Feb01/10 12-36-29 R 389 Feb01/10 12-36-29 A340 Nov01/09
12-36-29 R 339 Feb01/10 12-36-29 R 390 Feb01/10 12-36-29 A341 May01/09
12-36-29 R 340 Feb01/10 12-36-29 R 391 Feb01/10 12-36-29 A342 Nov01/09
12-36-29 R 341 Feb01/10 12-36-29 R 392 Feb01/10 12-36-29 A343 May01/09
12-36-29 R 342 Feb01/10 12-36-29 R 393 Feb01/10 12-36-29 R A344 Feb01/10
12-36-29 R 343 Feb01/10 12-36-29 R 394 Feb01/10 12-36-29 A345 Nov01/09
12-36-29 R 344 Feb01/10 12-36-29 R 395 Feb01/10 12-36-29 R A346 Feb01/10
12-36-29 R 345 Feb01/10 12-36-29 R 396 Feb01/10 12-36-29 R A347 Feb01/10
12-36-29 R 346 Feb01/10 12-36-29 R 397 Feb01/10 12-36-29 A348 May01/09
12-36-29 R 347 Feb01/10 12-36-29 R 398 Feb01/10 12-36-29 A349 May01/09
12-36-29 R 348 Feb01/10 12-36-29 R 399 Feb01/10 12-36-29 A350 May01/09
12-36-29 R 349 Feb01/10 12-36-29 R A300 Feb01/10 12-36-29 A351 Feb01/09
12-36-29 R 350 Feb01/10 12-36-29 R A301 Feb01/10 12-36-29 A352 Feb01/09
12-36-29 R 351 Feb01/10 12-36-29 R A302 Feb01/10 12-36-29 A353 Feb01/09
12-36-29 R 352 Feb01/10 12-36-29 R A303 Feb01/10 12-36-29 A354 Feb01/09
12-36-29 R 353 Feb01/10 12-36-29 R A304 Feb01/10 12-36-29 A355 Feb01/09
12-36-29 R 354 Feb01/10 12-36-29 R A305 Feb01/10 12-36-29 A356 Feb01/09
12-36-29 R 355 Feb01/10 12-36-29 R A306 Feb01/10 12-36-29 A357 Feb01/09
12-36-29 R 356 Feb01/10 12-36-29 R A307 Feb01/10 12-36-29 A358 Feb01/09
12-36-29 R 357 Feb01/10 12-36-29 R A308 Feb01/10 12-36-29 A359 Feb01/09
12-36-29 R 358 Feb01/10 12-36-29 R A309 Feb01/10 12-36-29 A360 Feb01/09
12-36-29 R 359 Feb01/10 12-36-29 R A310 Feb01/10 12-36-29 A361 Feb01/09
12-36-29 R 360 Feb01/10 12-36-29 R A311 Feb01/10 12-36-29 A362 Feb01/09
12-36-29 R 361 Feb01/10 12-36-29 R A312 Feb01/10 12-36-29 A363 Feb01/09
12-36-29 R 362 Feb01/10 12-36-29 R A313 Feb01/10 12-36-29 A364 Feb01/09
12-36-29 R 363 Feb01/10 12-36-29 R A314 Feb01/10 12-36-29 A365 Feb01/09
12-36-29 R 364 Feb01/10 12-36-29 R A315 Feb01/10 12-36-29 A366 Feb01/09
12-36-29 R 365 Feb01/10 12-36-29 R A316 Feb01/10 12-36-29 A367 Feb01/09
12-36-29 R 366 Feb01/10 12-36-29 R A317 Feb01/10 12-36-29 A368 Feb01/09
12-36-29 R 367 Feb01/10 12-36-29 R A318 Feb01/10 12-36-29 A369 Feb01/09
12-36-29 R 368 Feb01/10 12-36-29 R A319 Feb01/10 12-36-29 A370 Feb01/09
12-36-29 R 369 Feb01/10 12-36-29 R A320 Feb01/10 12-36-29 A371 Feb01/09
12-36-29 R 370 Feb01/10 12-36-29 R A321 Feb01/10 12-36-29 A372 Feb01/09
12-36-29 R 371 Feb01/10 12-36-29 R A322 Feb01/10 12-36-29 A373 Feb01/09
12-36-29 R 372 Feb01/10 12-36-29 A323 Feb01/09 12-36-29 A374 Feb01/09
12-36-29 R 373 Feb01/10 12-36-29 A324 Feb01/09 12-36-29 A375 Feb01/09
12-36-29 R 374 Feb01/10 12-36-29 A325 Feb01/09 12-36-29 A376 Feb01/09
12-36-29 R 375 Feb01/10 12-36-29 A326 Feb01/09 12-36-29 A377 Feb01/09
12-36-29 R 376 Feb01/10 12-36-29 R A327 Feb01/10 12-36-29 A378 Feb01/09
12-36-29 R 377 Feb01/10 12-36-29 R A328 Feb01/10 12-36-29 R A379 Feb01/10
12-36-29 R 378 Feb01/10 12-36-29 A329 Feb01/09 12-36-29 A380 Feb01/09
12-36-29 R 379 Feb01/10 12-36-29 R A330 Feb01/10 12-36-29 A381 Feb01/09
12-36-29 R 380 Feb01/10 12-36-29 A331 May01/09 12-36-29 A382 Feb01/09

12-L.E.P. Page 10
Feb 01/10

CES
CH/SE/SU C PAGE DATE CH/SE/SU C PAGE DATE CH/SE/SU C PAGE DATE

12-36-29 A383 Feb01/09


12-36-29 R A384 Feb01/10
12-36-29 A385 Feb01/09
12-36-29 A386 May01/09
12-36-29 A387 May01/09
12-36-29 R A388 Feb01/10
12-36-29 R A389 Feb01/10
12-36-29 R A390 Feb01/10
12-36-29 A391 Feb01/09
12-36-29 A392 Feb01/09
12-36-29 A393 Feb01/09
12-36-29 R A394 Feb01/10
12-36-29 R A395 Feb01/10
12-36-29 A396 Feb01/09
12-36-29 R A397 Feb01/10
12-36-29 R A398 Feb01/10
12-36-29 A399 Feb01/09
12-36-29 B300 Feb01/09
12-36-29 B301 Feb01/09
12-36-29 B302 Feb01/09
12-36-29 B303 Feb01/09
12-36-29 B304 Feb01/09
12-36-29 B305 Feb01/09
12-36-29 B306 May01/09
12-36-29 B307 May01/09
12-36-29 B308 Feb01/09
12-36-29 B309 Feb01/09
12-36-29 B310 Feb01/09
12-36-29 R B311 Feb01/10
12-36-29 R B312 Feb01/10
12-36-29 R B313 Feb01/10
12-36-29 B314 Feb01/09
12-36-29 B315 Feb01/09
12-36-29 B316 Feb01/09
12-36-29 B317 Feb01/09
12-36-29 B318 Feb01/09
12-36-29 B319 Feb01/09
12-36-29 B320 Feb01/09
12-36-29 B321 Feb01/09
12-36-29 B322 Feb01/09
12-36-29 B323 Feb01/09
12-36-29 B324 Feb01/09
12-36-29 B325 Feb01/09
12-36-29 B326 Feb01/09
12-36-29 B327 Feb01/09
12-36-29 B328 Feb01/09

12-L.E.P. Page 11
Feb 01/10

CES
CHAPTER 12
__________

SERVICING

TABLE OF CONTENTS
_________________

_______
SUBJECT ________
CH/SE/SU C
_ PAGE ___________
____ EFFECTIVITY
SERVICING - GENERAL
___________________ 12-00-00
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
NO STEP Areas 1 ALL
Ground Service Connections 1 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Ground Service Connections 5 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Drainage Points 7 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Drainage Points 11 301-399,

____________________
SERVICING - GENERAL 12-00-00
MAINTENANCE PRACTICES 201 ALL
Installation of the Wingrip 201 ALL

____________
REPLENISHING 12-10-00
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL

FUEL 12-11-00
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
FUEL SYSTEM 12-11-28
SERVICING 301 ALL
General Refuel/Defuel Safety 301 ALL
Procedures
Refuel/Defuel Safety Procedures 307 ALL
for use in the Hangar
Pressure Refuel with Automatic 309 ALL
Control
Pressure Refuel with Manual 325 ALL
Control
Pressure Refuel without Electrical 340 ALL
Power
Overwing (Gravity) Refuel 351 ALL
Procedure to use the ADIRU to Find 362 ALL
the Pitch and Roll Data
Procedure to use the FQIC Input 367 ALL
Parameters to Find the Pitch and

12-CONTENTS Page 1
Feb 01/10
R
CES
CHAPTER 12
__________

SERVICING

TABLE OF CONTENTS
_________________

_______
SUBJECT CH/SE/SU
________ C
_ PAGE ___________
____ EFFECTIVITY
Roll Data
Use of Magnetic Level Indicators 372 ALL
(MLI)

HYDRAULIC FLUIDS 12-12-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Specifications of Phosphate 1 ALL
Ester Base Fluids.
Fluid Monitoring 1 ALL
Hydraulic Ground Power Cart 4 ALL
Hydraulic Fluid Property 4 ALL
In-Service limits.
Specifications of Mineral Base 6 ALL
Fluids.
Safety Precautions (Ref. TASK 6 ALL
29-00-00-910-00200).
HYDRAULIC POWER 12-12-29
SERVICING 301 ALL
Fill the Hydraulic Fluid Reservoir 301 ALL
with a Hand Pump
Fill the Hydraulic Fluid Reservoir 310 ALL
with a Hydraulic Service Cart
LANDING GEAR 12-12-32
SERVICING 301 ALL
Check Shock Absorber Fluid Level 301 ALL
NLG Shock Absorber Oil 321 ALL
Replenishment and Nitrogen Filling
(Aircraft on Jacks)
Replenishment of the Alternate 337 001-049, 051-099
Brake Reservoir (2624GM) 101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,
Check Fluid Level of Main Landing 342 ALL
Gear Shock Absorber
Hydraulic Replenishment of the MLG 351 ALL
Two-Stage Shock Absorber
Replenishment of the MLG Torque 365 ALL
Link Damper
Check NLG Shock Absorber Fluid 371 ALL
Level and Charge Pressure
(Two-Point Check - Aircraft on
Jacks to start)
Check NLG Shock Absorber Fluid 383 ALL
Level and Charge Pressure
(Two-Point Check - Aircraft on

12-CONTENTS Page 2
Feb 01/10
R
CES
CHAPTER 12
__________

SERVICING

TABLE OF CONTENTS
_________________

_______
SUBJECT CH/SE/SU
________ C
_ PAGE ___________
____ EFFECTIVITY
Ground to start)
Check of NLG Shock Absorber Charge 395 ALL
Pressure and Fluid Level
Check of NLG Shock Absorber Charge A313 ALL
Pressure and Fluid Level

OIL 12-13-00
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
ELECTRICAL POWER 12-13-24
SERVICING 1 301 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Draining of the Oil from the IDG 301 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
IDG Servicing - Filling of the IDG 309 001-049, 051-099
with Oil or Addition of Oil after 101-149, 151-199
a Level Check 201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Do Quick Oil Servicing - Filling 321 001-049, 051-099
of the Integrated Drive Generator 101-149, 151-199
(IDG) with Oil for Oil Complement 201-233, 236-238
after Level Check 301-304,
SERVICING 2 301 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Draining of the Oil from the IDG 301 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
IDG Servicing - Filling of the IDG 308 501-509, 511-526
with Oil or Addition of Oil after 528-599,
a Level Check
FLIGHT CONTROLS 12-13-27
SERVICING 301 ALL
Oil Replenishment of the THS 301 ALL
Actuator (9CE)
Oil Replenishment of the Flap PCU 307 ALL
(6201CM) Gearbox
Oil Replenishment of the Slat PCU 313 ALL
(6001CM) Gearbox
Drain and Refill Offset Gearboxes 318 001-049, 051-061
of Rotary Actuators with 101-105, 201-203
Semi-fluid
Drain and Refill Flap Actuator 337 062-099, 106-149
Assemblies with Semi-fluid 151-199, 204-249

12-CONTENTS Page 3
Feb 01/10
R
CES
CHAPTER 12
__________

SERVICING

TABLE OF CONTENTS
_________________

SUBJECT
_______ CH/SE/SU
________ C
_ PAGE EFFECTIVITY
____ ___________
251-299, 301-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
HYDRAULIC POWER 12-13-29
SERVICING 301 062-099, 106-149
151-199, 204-249
251-299, 301-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Servicing of the Ram Air Turbine 301 062-099, 106-149
(RAT) 2GE 151-199, 204-249
251-299, 301-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
APU 12-13-49
SERVICING 1 301 ALL
Check APU Oil Level and Replenish 301 ALL
ENGINE OIL 12-13-79
SERVICING 1 301 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Check oil level and replenish 301 001-049, 051-099
Check Pop Out Indicator of EMCD 101-149, 151-199
(Electrical Master Chip Detector) 201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Check oil level and replenish 315 001-049, 051-099
(Pressure Filling) 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Oil Tank Draining 319 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Draining of the Accessory Drive 324 001-049, 051-099
Section 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Flushing of Oil System 329 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
SERVICING 2 301 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Drain the Engine Oil System 301 501-509, 511-526
528-599,

12-CONTENTS Page 4
Feb 01/10
R
CES
CHAPTER 12
__________

SERVICING

TABLE OF CONTENTS
_________________

_______
SUBJECT CH/SE/SU
________ C
_ ____ EFFECTIVITY
PAGE ___________
Check Oil Level and Replenish 311 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Prime the Engine Oil System 317 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
ENGINE STARTING 12-13-80
SERVICING 1 301 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Drain and Replenish Oil System 301 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Replenish Oil System 310 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
SERVICING 2 301 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Drain and Replenish Oil System 301 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Replenishment of Starter Oil 307 501-509, 511-526
System 528-599,

GAS 12-14-00
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
HYDRAULIC POWER 12-14-29
SERVICING 301 ALL
Fill the Hydraulic Power 301 ALL
Accumulators 1070GM/2070GM/3070GM
with Nitrogen
LANDING GEAR 12-14-32
SERVICING 301 ALL
Nitrogen Filling of the Tires 301 ALL
Nitrogen Filling of the Yellow 309 ALL
Hydraulic System, Brake Pressure
Accumulator
Check Charge Pressure of Main 321 ALL
Landing Gear Shock Absorber
Inspection of the MLG Shock 375 ALL
Absorbers Before Flight
Check NLG Shock Absorber Charge 379 ALL
Pressure
Check NLG Shock Absorber Bottoming A304 ALL
OXYGEN 12-14-35

12-CONTENTS Page 5
Feb 01/10
R
CES
CHAPTER 12
__________

SERVICING

TABLE OF CONTENTS
_________________

_______
SUBJECT CH/SE/SU
________ C
_ ____ ___________
PAGE EFFECTIVITY
SERVICING 301 051-099,
Servicing of the 301 051-099,
Oxygen-Replenishing

WATER 12-15-00
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Description 1 ALL
POTABLE WATER 12-15-38
SERVICING 301 ALL
Fill the Potable Water Tank System 301 ALL
(Aircraft Electrical Power
Available)
Fill the Potable Water Tank System 311 ALL
(Aircraft Electrical Power not
Available)

LAVATORY 12-16-00
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Description 1 ALL
LAVATORY ARTICLE 12-16-25
SERVICING 301 ALL
Servicing of the Liquid Soap 301 ALL
Dispenser
TOILET SANITARY FLUID 12-16-38
SERVICING 301 ALL
Servicing of the Toilet System 301 ALL

RAIN REPELLENT 12-17-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
ICE AND RAIN PROTECTION 12-17-30
SERVICING 301 001-049, 051-052
054-099, 101-149
151-199, 201-249
251-299, 301-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Inspection/Check of the Level and 301 001-049, 051-052
Pressure of the Rain Repellent 054-099, 101-149
Fluid 151-199, 201-249
251-299, 301-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599

12-CONTENTS Page 6
Feb 01/10
R
CES
CHAPTER 12
__________

SERVICING

TABLE OF CONTENTS
_________________

_______
SUBJECT ________
CH/SE/SU C
_ PAGE ___________
____ EFFECTIVITY
SCHEDULED SERVICING
___________________ 12-20-00
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL

CLEANING 12-21-00
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
EXTERNAL CLEANING 12-21-11
SERVICING 301 ALL
External Cleaning 301 ALL
INTERNAL CLEANING 12-21-12
SERVICING 301 ALL
Cleaning of the Cockpit 301 ALL
Display-Units
Cleaning of the Cockpit 306 ALL
Equipment/Furnishings
Cleaning of the Carpets and 312 ALL
Non-Textile Floor Covering (NTF)
Cleaning of the Plastic Surfaces 318 ALL
and Mirrors
Cleaning of the Seat Covers and 323 ALL
the Curtains
Cleaning of the Light Alloy and 327 ALL
Steel Components
Cleaning of the Cargo Compartments 330 ALL
Cleaning of the Cabin Monitors and 334 ALL
Display Screens (if installed)
Cleaning of the Plastic Wash Basin 335 ALL
in the Lavatories
Cleaning of the Galleys 339 ALL
Disinfection of the Aircraft 343 ALL
Equipment and Furnishing
Disinsectization of the Aircraft 348 ALL
Equipment and Furnishing
Fumigation of the Fuselage 355 ALL
Pressurized Areas with
Carbon-Dioxide (CO2 Gas)
Special Precautions to Apply 367 ALL
Insecticide Agent in Auxiliary
Area Compartments and Cargo
Compartments, during Turn-Around
DUST REMOVAL 12-21-13
CLEANING/PAINTING 701 ALL
Cleaning of the Avionics 701 ALL
Compartment
Cleaning of the Grids of the 70VU, 728 ALL

12-CONTENTS Page 7
Feb 01/10
R
CES
CHAPTER 12
__________

SERVICING

TABLE OF CONTENTS
_________________

_______
SUBJECT CH/SE/SU
________ C
_ PAGE ___________
____ EFFECTIVITY
103VU, 106VU and 107VU

LUBRICATION 12-22-00
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Equipment and Materials 1 ALL
Lubricant Grease Specifications 1 ALL
General Requirements 2 ALL
Lubrication Symbols 2 ALL
CARGO LOADING SYSTEM 12-22-25
SERVICING 301 305-399,
Lubrication of Screw Shaft of 301 305-399,
Drive Unit of Sliding Carpet
System
FLIGHT CONTROLS 12-22-27
SERVICING 301 ALL
Lubrication of Trimmable 301 ALL
Horizontal Stabilizer Actuator
Ball Screw Nut
Lubricate all Carriage Rollers on 309 ALL
all Flap Tracks
Lubrication of Spoiler No.1 to 5 320 ALL
Servo Control Bearings
Lubrication of all Slat Track 328 ALL
Rollers, Pinion Bearings, Pinions
and Rack Teeth
Lubrication of the THS Mechanical 335 ALL
Control Chains
Remove Flap Rotary Actuators For 343 001-049, 051-061
Regreasing 101-105, 201-203
Lubrication of the THS Rear Cable 348 ALL
(Area of Tension Regulator)
HYDRAULIC POWER 12-22-29
SERVICING 301 ALL
Lubrication of the Ram Air Turbine 301 ALL
(RAT) Door Hinges
LANDING GEAR 12-22-32
SERVICING 301 ALL
Lubrication of the MLG and Doors 301 ALL
Lubrication of the NLG and Doors 356 ALL
DOORS 12-22-52
SERVICING 301 ALL
Lubrication of the FWD and AFT 301 ALL
Cargo-Compartment Doors
Lubrication of the Door-Warning 332 ALL
Proximity-Switch

12-CONTENTS Page 8
Feb 01/10
R
CES
CHAPTER 12
__________

SERVICING

TABLE OF CONTENTS
_________________

_______
SUBJECT CH/SE/SU
________ C
_ PAGE ___________
____ EFFECTIVITY
Actuating-Mechanism
Lubrication of the External 336 ALL
Control Handles of the FWD and AFT
Passenger/Crew Doors
Lubrication of the BULK-Cargo 341 001-049, 051-099
Compartment-Door Handle and Hinge 101-149, 221-221
Arms Bearings 224-224, 228-228
251-299,
Lubrication of the Avionics 346 ALL
Compartment-Door Handles
Lubrication of the FWD and AFT 350 ALL
Cargo-Compartment Door Handle
Lubrication of the External 359 301-399,
Control Handle and the Telescopic
Arm
Lubrication of Safety Pin Guide 364 ALL
Fitting and Door Arming/Disarming
Mechanism
Lubrication of the Hinge-Arm 371 ALL
Support-Fitting Bearings
FUSELAGE 12-22-53
SERVICING 301 ALL
Lubrication of Trimmable 301 ALL
Horizontal Stabilizer Bearings and
Attachment Fittings with Grease
Mat. No. 04-004
Lubrication of Trimmable 305 ALL
Horizontal Stabilizer Bearings and
Attachment Fittings with Grease
Mat. No. 04-037
STABILIZERS 12-22-55
SERVICING 301 ALL
Lubrication of Rudder Hinge 301 ALL
Bearing No. 6 with Grease Mat. No.
04-004
Lubrication of Rudder Hinge 306 ALL
Bearing No. 6 with Grease MAT. No.
04-037
WINDOWS 12-22-56
SERVICING 301 ALL
Lubrication of the Cockpit Sliding 301 ALL
Window Tracks

DRAINAGE 12-24-00
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL

12-CONTENTS Page 9
Nov 01/09
R
CES
CHAPTER 12
__________

SERVICING

TABLE OF CONTENTS
_________________

SUBJECT
_______ CH/SE/SU
________ C
_ ____ ___________
PAGE EFFECTIVITY
The drainage points and their 1 ALL
locations are specified in
12-00-00 page 1.
AIR DATA SYSTEM 12-24-34
SERVICING 301 ALL
Bleeding of the Standby Air Data 301 ALL
System
POTABLE WATER SYSTEM 12-24-38
MAINTENANCE PRACTICES 201 ALL
Draining of the Potable Water 201 ALL
System (with Electrical Power)
Draining of the Potable Water 212 ALL
System (without Electrical Power)

USE OF MANUAL (MAGNETIC) FUEL QUANTITY 12-28-00


INDICATORS
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL

_____________________
UNSCHEDULED SERVICING 12-30-00
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL

AIRCRAFT PROTECTION 12-31-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
De-icing and Anti-icing Guidelines 2 ALL
De-Icing and Anti-Icing Glossary 2 ALL
Recommendations 3 ALL
De-icing and/or Anti-icing 4 ALL
Equipment and Materials

AIRCRAFT PROTECTION 12-31-00


MAINTENANCE PRACTICES 201 ALL
Cold Weather Maintenance 201 ALL
Procedures
ANTI-ICING PROTECTION 12-31-11
MAINTENANCE PRACTICES 201 ALL
Cold Weather Maintenance - 201 ALL
Anti-Icing Protection
ICE AND SNOW REMOVAL 12-31-12
MAINTENANCE PRACTICES 201 ALL
De-icing of the Aircraft Parked in 201 ALL
an Open Area (Engines Stopped)
De-icing with the Aircraft Parked 207 ALL

12-CONTENTS Page 10
Feb 01/10
R
CES
CHAPTER 12
__________

SERVICING

TABLE OF CONTENTS
_________________

_______
SUBJECT CH/SE/SU
________ C
_ PAGE ___________
____ EFFECTIVITY
in an Open Area (Engines Running)
De-icing of the Aircraft by 214 ALL
InfraRed Facilities
COLD WEATHER MAINTENANCE - AIR 12-31-21
CONDITIONING
MAINTENANCE PRACTICES 201 ALL
Cold Weather Maintenance - Air 201 ALL
Conditioning
COLD WEATHER MAINTENANCE - ELECTRICAL 12-31-24
POWER
MAINTENANCE PRACTICES 201 ALL
Cold Weather Maintenance - 201 ALL
Electrical Power
COLD WEATHER MAINTENANCE - 12-31-25
EQUIPMENT/FURNISHINGS
MAINTENANCE PRACTICES 201 ALL
Cold Weather Maintenance - 201 ALL
Equipment/Furnishings
COLD WEATHER MAINTENANCE - FLIGHT 12-31-27
CONTROLS
MAINTENANCE PRACTICES 201 ALL
Cold Weather Maintenance - Flight 201 ALL
Controls
COLD WEATHER MAINTENANCE - FUEL 12-31-28
MAINTENANCE PRACTICES 201 ALL
Cold Weather Maintenance - Fuel 201 ALL
COLD WEATHER MAINTENANCE - 12-31-31
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS AND
NAVIGATION
MAINTENANCE PRACTICES 201 ALL
Cold Weather Maintenance - 201 ALL
Indicating/Recording systems and
Navigation
COLD WEATHER MAINTENANCE - LANDING 12-31-32
GEAR
MAINTENANCE PRACTICES 201 ALL
Cold Weather Maintenance - Landing 201 ALL
Gear
COLD WEATHER MAINTENANCE - OXYGEN 12-31-35
MAINTENANCE PRACTICES 201 ALL
Cold Weather Maintenance - Oxygen 201 ALL
System
COLD WEATHER MAINTENANCE - WATER/ 12-31-38
WASTE
MAINTENANCE PRACTICES 201 ALL
Cold Weather Maintenance - 201 ALL

12-CONTENTS Page 11
Feb 01/10
R
CES
CHAPTER 12
__________

SERVICING

TABLE OF CONTENTS
_________________

_______
SUBJECT CH/SE/SU
________ C
_ PAGE ___________
____ EFFECTIVITY
Water/Waste
COLD WEATHER MAINTENANCE - AIRBORNE 12-31-49
AUXILIARY POWER
MAINTENANCE PRACTICES 201 ALL
Cold Weather Maintenance - 201 ALL
Auxiliary Power Unit
COLD WEATHER MAINTENANCE - STRUCTURE 12-31-51
MAINTENANCE PRACTICES 201 ALL
Cold Weather Maintenance - 201 ALL
Structure
COLD WEATHER MAINTENANCE - DOORS 12-31-52
MAINTENANCE PRACTICES 201 ALL
Cold Weather Maintenance - Doors 201 ALL
COLD WEATHER MAINTENANCE - POWER PLANT 12-31-71
MAINTENANCE PRACTICES 201 ALL
Cold Weather Maintenance - Power 201 ALL
Plant

SAMPLING FOR ANALYSIS 12-32-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
INTEGRATED DRIVE GENERATOR OIL 12-32-24
SERVICING 301 ALL
Sampling of the IDG Oil for 301 ALL
Analysis
FUEL 12-32-28
SERVICING 301 ALL
Drain Water Content 301 ALL
Sample Fuel for Microbiological 311 ALL
Contamination Analysis
HYDRAULIC FLUID 12-32-29
SERVICING 301 ALL
Hydraulic Fluid Sample of Green, 301 ALL
Blue and Yellow Systems for
Analysis
APU 12-32-49
SERVICING 301 ALL
Oil Sampling for Analysis 301 ALL
ENGINE OIL 12-32-79
SERVICING 1 301 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Sampling of the Oil For Analysis 301 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299

12-CONTENTS Page 12
Feb 01/10
R
CES
CHAPTER 12
__________

SERVICING

TABLE OF CONTENTS
_________________

SUBJECT
_______ CH/SE/SU
________ C
_ PAGE EFFECTIVITY
____ ___________
301-399, 401-499
SERVICING 2 301 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Sampling of the Engine Oil for 301 501-509, 511-526
Analysis 528-599,

PRE-CONDITIONING 12-33-00
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
GROUND AIR PRE-CONDITIONING 12-33-21
MAINTENANCE PRACTICES 201 ALL
Pre-conditioning through the LP 201 ALL
Ground Connection
Pre-conditioning through the HP 206 ALL
Ground Connection
Pre-conditioning with the APU 214 ALL
GROUND AIR PRE-CONDITIONING 12-33-21
SERVICING 301 ALL
Pre-conditioning through the LP 301 ALL
Ground Connection

GROUNDING POINTS 12-34-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
AIRCRAFT GROUNDING 12-34-24
MAINTENANCE PRACTICES 201 ALL
Aircraft Grounding for the 201 001-049, 101-149
Refuel/Defuel Operations 151-199, 201-249
251-299, 301-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Aircraft Grounding for the 207 051-099,
Refuel/Defuel and Oxygen Servicing
Operations
Aircraft Grounding for the 210 ALL
Maintenance Operations

SYSTEM LINE FLUSHING 12-36-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
HYDRAULIC POWER 12-36-29
SERVICING 301 ALL
Flushing of the Green Hydraulic 301 ALL
System of the Engine Driven Pump
(EDP) 1030GK
Flushing of the Yellow Hydraulic 311 ALL

12-CONTENTS Page 13
Feb 01/10
R
CES
CHAPTER 12
__________

SERVICING

TABLE OF CONTENTS
_________________

_______
SUBJECT CH/SE/SU
________ C
_ PAGE ___________
____ EFFECTIVITY
System of the Engine Driven Pump
(EDP) 3030GD
Flushing of the Blue Hydraulic 321 ALL
System of the Electrically Driven
Pump 2075GJ
Flushing of the Green Hydraulic 330 ALL
System of the Power Transfer Unit
(PTU) 1088GM
Flushing of the Yellow Hydraulic 336 ALL
System of the Power Transfer Unit
(PTU) 1088GM
Flushing of the Yellow Hydraulic 342 ALL
System of the Electrically Driven
Pump 3075GX
Flushing of the Green Hydraulic 348 ALL
System of the Flap Power
Control-Unit (PCU) 6201CM
Flushing of the Yellow Hydraulic 354 ALL
System of the Flap Power
Control-Unit (PCU) 6201CM
Flushing of the Green Hydraulic 360 ALL
System of the Slat Power
Control-Unit (PCU) 6001CM
Flushing of the Blue Hydraulic 366 ALL
System of the Slat Power
Control-Unit (PCU) 6001CM.
Flushing of the Blue Hydraulic 372 ALL
System of the Constant Speed
Motor/Generator (CSM/G) 8XE
Flushing of the Green Hydraulic 378 ALL
System of the Trimmable Horizontal
Stabilizer (THS) Actuator 9CE
Flushing of the Yellow Hydraulic 384 ALL
System of the Trimmable Horizontal
Stabilizer (THS) Actuator 9CE
Change of the Hydraulic Fluid in 390 ALL
the Green Hydraulic System
Change of the Hydraulic Fluid in A307 ALL
the Yellow Hydraulic System
Change of the Hydraulic Fluid in A322 ALL
the Blue Hydraulic System
Reclamation of the Hydraulic Fluid A333 ALL
in the Green Hydraulic System
Reclamation of the Hydraulic Fluid A341 ALL
in the Yellow Hydraulic System
Reclamation of the Hydraulic Fluid A351 ALL

12-CONTENTS Page 14
Feb 01/10
R
CES
CHAPTER 12
__________

SERVICING

TABLE OF CONTENTS
_________________

_______
SUBJECT CH/SE/SU
________ C
_ PAGE ___________
____ EFFECTIVITY
in the Blue Hydraulic System
Clean the Fluid in the Green A355 ALL
Hydraulic System
Clean the Fluid in the Yellow A363 ALL
Hydraulic System
Clean the Fluid in the Blue A370 ALL
Hydraulic System
Replacement of the Hydraulic Fluid A377 ALL
of the Yellow Hydraulic System
with the Tool - Hydraulic Fluid
Change (DH0501)
Replacement of the Hydraulic Fluid B300 ALL
of the Green Hydraulic System with
the Tool - Hydraulic Fluid Change
(DH0501)
Replacement of the Hydraulic Fluid B316 ALL
of the Blue Hydraulic System with
the Tool - Hydraulic Fluid Change
(DH0501)

12-CONTENTS Page 15
Feb 01/10
R
CES
SERVICING - GENERAL - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
_______________________________________________

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

2. NO
_______________
STEP Areas
(Ref. Fig. 001)
On the aircraft, a black point strip shows the NO STEPareas.
The position of the english or bilingual markings permits to read them when
you go near the aircraft from either the front or the rear.
It is permitted to walk on the THS in the center section only to use
protective mat of 3/8 inch thick rubber.It is not permitted to walk on the
leading/trailing edges and the tips.

R **ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


R 401-499,

3. __________________________
Ground Service Connections

R **ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 401-499,

(Ref. Fig. 002)

**ON A/C 301-399,

(Ref. Fig. 002A)



EFF :

ALL  12-00-00

Page 1
Nov 01/08
 
CES 
NO STEP Areas
Figure 001



EFF :

ALL  12-00-00

Page 2
Feb 01/98
 
CES 
Ground Service Connections
Figure 002


R

EFF : 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199,
201-249, 251-299, 401-499,
 12-00-00

Page 3
Nov 01/08
 
CES 
R Ground Service Connectrions
R Figure 002A


R

EFF :

301-399,  12-00-00

Page 4
May 01/04
 
CES 
**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,
401-499,

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
|ITEM| DESIGNATION |Mean Height from Ground in Meters|
| | | (ft. in.) |
|----|--------------------------------------|---------------------------------|
| 1A |Forward Lavatory Service Door | 2.35 (7.8) |
| | (If installed) | |
| 1B |Aft Lavatory Service Door | 2.79 (9.1) |
| 2A |Potable Water Service Door | 1.75 (5.8) |
| 2B |Potable Water Service Door | 2.59 (8.6) |
| 3 |External Power Receptacle | 2.00 (6.7) |
| 4 |Ground Service Conditioned Air | 2.60 (8.6) |
| |Connection | |
| 5 |HP Air Ground Connector | 1.76 (5.7) |
| 6 |Hydraulic System Ground Service Panels| 1.76 (5.7) |
| 7 |Engine Oil Filling Connector : | |
| |- Gravity Filling Cap | 1.46 (4.9) |
| |- Pressure Filling Connection | 1.42 (4.7) |
| 8 |Refuel/Defuel Coupling | 3.40 (11.2) |
| 9A |Gravity Filling Panels (R. side) | 3.60 (11.8) |
| 9B |Gravity Filling Panels (L. side) | 3.60 (11.8) |
| 10 |Refuel/Defuel Control Panel | 1.80 (5.9) |
| 11 |APU Oil Filling Connector | 4.20 (13.7) |
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

R **ON A/C 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

3. Ground
__________________________
Service Connections
(Ref. Fig. 002B)

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
|ITEM| DESIGNATION |Mean Height from Ground in Meters|
| | | (ft. in.) |
|----|--------------------------------------|---------------------------------|
| 1A |Forward Lavatory Service Door | 2.35 (7.8) |
| | (If installed) | |
| 1B |Aft Lavatory Service Door | 2.79 (9.1) |
| 2A |Potable Water Service Door | 1.75 (5.8) |
| 2B |Potable Water Service Door | 2.59 (8.6) |
| 3 |External Power Receptacle | 2.00 (6.7) |
| 4 |Ground Service Conditioned Air | 2.60 (8.6) |
| |Connection | |
| 5 |HP Air Ground Connector | 1.76 (5.7) |
| 6 |Hydraulic System Ground Service Panels| 1.76 (5.7) |


R

EFF : 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199,
201-249, 251-299, 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
 12-00-00

Page 5
Feb 01/10
511-526, 528-599, 
CES 
Ground Service Connections
Figure 002B


R

EFF :

501-509, 511-526, 528-599,  12-00-00

Page 6
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
|ITEM| DESIGNATION |Mean Height from Ground in Meters|
| | | (ft. in.) |
|----|--------------------------------------|---------------------------------|
| 7 |Engine Oil Filling Connector : | |
| |- Gravity Filling Cap | 0.68 (2.2) |
| |- Pressure Filling Connection | 0.70 (2.3) |
| 8 |Refuel/Defuel Coupling | 3.40 (11.2) |
| 9A |Gravity Filling Panels (R. side) | 3.60 (11.8) |
| 9B |Gravity Filling Panels (L. side) | 3.60 (11.8) |
| 10 |Refuel/Defuel Control Panel | 1.80 (5.9) |
| 11 |APU Oil Filling Connector | 4.20 (13.7) |
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

R **ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 401-499,


R 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

4. _______________
Drainage Points

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 401-499,

(Ref. Fig. 003)

R **ON A/C 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

(Ref. Fig. 003B)

R **ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 401-499,


R 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

---------------------------------------------------------------------------
| ITEM | DESIGNATION | MEAN HEIGHT FROM GROUND IN METERS |
| | | ( ft. ) |
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
| 1A | DRAIN MAST WATER | 1.73 ( 5.69 ) |
| 1B | DRAIN MAST FUEL | 1.57 ( 5.16 ) |
| 1C | DRAIN MAST WATER | 1.73 ( 5.69 ) |
| 2 | FUEL WATER DRAIN | 3.40 ( 11.2 ) |
| 2A | FUEL WATER DRAIN | 1.57 ( 5.16 ) |
| 4 | POTABLE WATER DRAIN | 1.75 ( 5.80 ) |
| 5 | POTABLE WATER DRAIN | 1.57 ( 5.16 ) |
| 6 | POTABLE WATER FULL DRAIN | 2.59 ( 8.60 ) |
| | WASTE DRAIN | |
---------------------------------------------------------------------------


R

EFF : 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199,
201-249, 251-299, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
 12-00-00

Page 7
Feb 01/10
528-599, 
CES 
Drainage Points
Figure 003


R

EFF : 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199,
201-249, 251-299, 401-499,
 12-00-00

Page 8
Nov 01/08
 
CES 
Drainage Points
Figure 003A



EFF :

301-399,  12-00-00

Page 9
Nov 01/07
 
CES 
Drainage Points
Figure 003B


R

EFF :

501-509, 511-526, 528-599,  12-00-00

Page 10
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
**ON A/C 301-399,

4. Drainage
_______________
Points
(Ref. Fig. 003A)

--------------------------------------------------------------------------
| ITEM | DESIGNATION | MEAN HEIGHT FROM GROUND IN METERS |
| | | ( ft. ) |
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
| 1A | DRAIN MAST WATER | 1.73 ( 5.69 ) |
| 1B | DRAIN MAST FUEL | 1.57 ( 5.16 ) |
| 1C | DRAIN MAST WATER | 1.73 ( 5.69 ) |
| 2 | FUEL WATER DRAIN | 3.40 ( 11.2 ) |
| 2A | FUEL WATER DRAIN | 1.57 ( 5.16 ) |
| 4 | POTABLE WATER DRAIN | 1.75 ( 5.80 ) |
| 6 | POTABLE WATER FULL DRAIN | 2.59 ( 8.60 ) |
| | WASTE DRAIN | |
--------------------------------------------------------------------------



EFF :

301-399,  12-00-00

Page 11
Nov 01/07
 
CES 
SERVICING - GENERAL - MAINTENANCE PRACTICES
___________________________________________

TASK 12-00-00-481-002

Installation of the Wingrip

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE FLIGHT CONTROL SAFETY-LOCKS AND THE WARNING
_______
NOTICES ARE IN POSITION.

WARNING : MAKE SURE YOU ARE ALWAYS ATTACHED WHEN YOU ARE ON THE WING.
_______

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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

No specific 1 ACCESS PLATFORM 5M (16 FT)- ADJUSTABLE


No specific 1 WARNING NOTICE
15318-00 2 WINGRIP
98D27803000000 1 LOCKING TOOL-FLAP SLAT LEVER,INT. POSITION

B. Referenced Information

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

27-00-00-080-002 Removal of the Flap/Slat Control-Lever Locking Tool


(98D27803000000)
27-00-00-480-002 Installation of the Flap/Slat Control-Lever Locking
Tool (98D27803000000)
27-50-00-866-009 Retraction of the Flaps on the Ground
27-80-00-866-005 Retracting the Slats on the Ground

R **ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 201-249, 251-299, 501-509, 511-526,


R 528-599,

12-00-00-991-003 Fig. 201



EFF :

ALL  12-00-00

Page 201
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

R **ON A/C 151-199, 401-499,

R 12-00-00-991-003-B Fig. 201A

R **ON A/C 301-399,

R 12-00-00-991-003-A Fig. 201B

R **ON A/C ALL

R 3. __________
Job Set-up

R Subtask 12-00-00-866-051

R A. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

R (1) Make sure that the flaps and the slats are retracted (Ref. TASK 27-
R 50-00-866-009) (Ref. TASK 27-80-00-866-005).

R Subtask 12-00-00-941-061

R B. Safety Precautions

R (1) Put a WARNING NOTICE in the cockpit to tell persons not to operate
R the flap and slat control lever.

R (2) Install the LOCKING TOOL-FLAP SLAT LEVER,INT. POSITION


R (98D27803000000) on the flap and slat control lever (Ref. TASK 27-00-
R 00-480-002).

R Subtask 12-00-00-010-052

R C. Get Access

R (1) Put the ACCESS PLATFORM 5M (16 FT)- ADJUSTABLE in position at the
R wing.



EFF :

ALL  12-00-00

Page 202
Aug 01/07
 
CES 
4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 12-00-00-481-052

A. Installation of the WINGRIP (15318-00)

R **ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 201-249, 251-299, 501-509, 511-526,


R 528-599,

(Ref. Fig. 201/TASK 12-00-00-991-003)

**ON A/C 151-199, 401-499,

(Ref. Fig. 201A/TASK 12-00-00-991-003-B)

**ON A/C 301-399,

(Ref. Fig. 201B/TASK 12-00-00-991-003-A)

**ON A/C ALL

(1) Refer to the Wingrip manufacturers instructions for installation of


the Wingrip system.

NOTE : Only personnel with special training are authorized to


____
install/use the Wingrip system.

(a) The Wingrip system includes the individual pad system or the
multi-pad system.

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



EFF :

ALL  12-00-00

Page 203
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
Installation of the Wingrip
Figure 201/TASK 12-00-00-991-003


R

EFF : 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 201-249,
251-299, 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,
 12-00-00

Page 204
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
R Installation of the Wingrip
R Figure 201A/TASK 12-00-00-991-003-B


R

EFF :

151-199, 401-499,  12-00-00

Page 205
Aug 01/07
 
CES 
R Installation of the Wingrip
R Figure 201B/TASK 12-00-00-991-003-A


R

EFF :

301-399,  12-00-00

Page 206
Aug 01/07
 
CES 
2
_ Multi-pad system
The multi-pad system contains two Wingrip end anchors (8). A
primary hose (7) connects the anchor (8) to the vacuum module
(6). The multi-pad system also contains Wingrip intermediate
anchors (9) and secondary hoses (13) (the quantity is related
to the system length). The body harness (10) (one for each
user) is attached to the Wingrip shuttle (12) with the double
lanyard (11).

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 12-00-00-081-053

A. Removal of the WINGRIP (15318-00)

R **ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 201-249, 251-299, 501-509, 511-526,


R 528-599,

(Ref. Fig. 201/TASK 12-00-00-991-003)

**ON A/C 151-199, 401-499,

(Ref. Fig. 201A/TASK 12-00-00-991-003-B)

**ON A/C 301-399,

(Ref. Fig. 201B/TASK 12-00-00-991-003-A)

**ON A/C ALL

(1) Refer to the Wingrip manufacturers instructions for removal of the


Wingrip individual pad system or the Wingrip multi-pad system.

Subtask 12-00-00-942-056

B. Put the aircraft back to its initial configuration.

(1) Remove the access platform(s).

(2) Remove the LOCKING TOOL-FLAP SLAT LEVER,INT. POSITION


(98D27803000000) (Ref. TASK 27-00-00-080-002).

(3) Remove the warning notice(s).



EFF :

ALL  12-00-00

Page 207
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
R (4) Make sure that the work area is clean and clear of tool(s) and other
R items.


R

EFF :

ALL  12-00-00

Page 208
Aug 01/07
 
CES 
REPLENISHING - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
________________________________________

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



EFF :

ALL  12-10-00

Page 1
Feb 01/98
 
CES 
FUEL - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
________________________________

1. General
_______

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



EFF :

ALL  12-11-00

Page 1
Feb 01/98
 
CES 
FUEL SYSTEM - SERVICING
_______________________

TASK 12-11-28-650-001

General Refuel/Defuel Safety Procedures

WARNING : DO NOT SPILL FUEL ON THE ENGINES OR THE BRAKES. IF YOU SPILL FUEL ON
_______
ENGINES OR BRAKES THAT ARE HOT, IT CAN CAUSE FIRES.

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

The procedure that follows contains information as specified in the IATA


Guidance Material on Standard Into-Plane Fuelling Procedures

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Referenced Information

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

12-34-24-869-001 Aircraft Grounding for the Refuel/Defuel Operations


28-00-00-910-001 Fuel Safety Procedures
29-10-00-863-002 Pressurize the Yellow Hydraulic System
R
12-11-28-991-001 Fig. 301

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 12-11-28-941-064

A. Not Applicable

4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 12-11-28-650-050

A. Safety Precautions
(Ref. Fig. 301/TASK 12-11-28-991-001)

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

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



EFF :

ALL  12-11-28

Page 301
Nov 01/09
 
CES 
Refuel Safety Area
Figure 301/TASK 12-11-28-991-001



EFF :

ALL  12-11-28

Page 302
May 01/00
R  
CES 
(3) Before you start the refuel/defuel procedure, make sure that all the
electrical circuits in the fuel system are complete.

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

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

R NOTE : Bonding is mandatory. For grounding you must obey the local
____
R area regulations.

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

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

(8) On the panel 110VU, make sure that the PARK BRK is on.

(9) If the Main Landing Gear (MLG) doors are open during the refuel
procedure:
- visually examine the tires and shock absorbers
- make sure you will have sufficient clearance to the ground after
the refuel is complete.

(10) Make sure that the chocks are in the correct position.

(a) If the ramp does not slope:


- move the aft Nose Landing Gear (NLG) chocks away from the
tires. During the refuel,the NLG tires will roll aft as the MLG
shock absorber compresses
- make sure that the chocks do not touch the MLG tires. The
weight of the fuel can lower the aircraft and cause the tires
to catch the chocks.

(b) If the ramp slopes:


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

(11) Make sure that there is no equipment below the aircraft which can
cause damage. The weight of the fuel can suddenly compress the
landing gear and lower the aircraft.



EFF :

ALL  12-11-28

Page 303
Feb 01/09
 
CES 
(12) Before you start the refuel/defuel procedure make sure that these are
available:
- a fuelling supervisor or fuelling safety person
- the correct fire-fighting equipment
- approved persons to use the fire-fighting equipment.

(13) Make sure that the overboard vent lines are not blocked. If they are
blocked, damage to the fuel tanks can occur.

(14) Make sure that the fuel tanker (or hydrant) contains the correct
R fuel. The correct fuels are shown in the Flight Manual (Ref. FM
R 2.04.00).

(15) Make sure that the fuel tanker or the pump unit (if you use a hydrant
to refuel the aircraft) is in the correct position.

(16) Make sure that, if there is an emergency, you can move the fuel
tanker/pump unit and the other equipment away quickly.

(17) Do not operate the aircraft main engines during a refuel/defuel


procedure.

R NOTE : In an emergency it is permitted to refuel with one engine


____
R running (Ref. FCOM 2.01.30).

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

(a) An APU start is not permitted during a refuel/defuel procedure if


the APU has failed to start or an automatic shutdown has
occurred.

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

(19) Make sure that the electrical equipment you use will not cause a
spark.

(20) Do not refuel/defuel in bad weather conditions and electrical storms.


Lightning is dangerous.

(21) During the refuel/defuel procedure do not operate the aircraft


external lighting.

(22) During the refuel/defuel procedure do not fill the oxygen system or
change the oxygen bottles.



EFF :

ALL  12-11-28

Page 304
Nov 01/09
 
CES 
(23) During the refuel/defuel procedure do only essential aircraft
maintenance and/or servicing that will not cause a spark.

(24) Do not refuel the aircraft if a fire or engine overheat warning is


displayed on the flight deck.

(25) You are only permitted to replace or do small maintenance work on


radio, radar and electrical equipment during refuelling.

(26) You are not permitted to remove, install or test aircraft batteries
or related equipment during refuelling.

(27) Do not use the microphone on the High Frequency (HF) transmitter
during refuel/defuel operations.

(28) Immediately flush away with water, or remove, fuel leakage.

(29) Obey the safety distances for 60 m (196.85 ft.) from aircraft:

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

(30) Obey the safety distances for 30 m (98.42 ft.) from aircraft:

(a) Aircraft must not be refueled/defueled less than 30 m (98.42 ft.)


from the radar or HF radio equipment under test in the aircraft
or ground installation.

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

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

(b) Do not connect electrical equipment to a power source less than


15 m (49.21 ft.) away, unless the power source has spark-proof
connectors.

(c) Refuelling/defuelling equipment and aircraft fuel-tank vents must


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



EFF :

ALL  12-11-28

Page 305
Aug 01/08
R  
CES 
(32) Obey the safety distances for 6 m (19.68 ft.) from aircraft:
(Ref. Fig. 301/TASK 12-11-28-991-001)

(a) Ground power units (GPUs) can be operated when they are put not
less than 6 m (19.68 ft.) from:
- the aircraft filling and venting points
- the hydrant valves and other refuel/defuel equipment when in
use.

(b) Photographic flash bulbs or electronic flash equipment must not


be used less than 6 m (19.68 ft.) from:
- the refuel/defuel equipment
- any filling or venting points of the aircraft.

(c) The refuel/defuel zone must be regarded as extending not less


than 6 m (19.68 ft.) radially from:
- the filling and venting points on the aircraft
- the refuel/defuel equipment
- the hydrant valve in use for refueling (when applicable).

When defueling is taking place, the vehicle will be venting and


will generate a zone radiating from the tank vent.

(d) Do not operate the items that follow inside the 6 m (19.68 ft.)
zone:
- radios
- radio telephones (cell phones or mobile phones)
- pagers
- switches on lighting systems of other than intrinsically safe
types.

(e) Personnel in the refuel/defuel zone and those employed in


refueling/defueling must not:
- carry matches or other means of ignition
- put on foot-wear with exposed iron or steel studs, nails or
tips.



EFF :

ALL  12-11-28

Page 306
Aug 01/08
R  
CES 
TASK 12-11-28-650-002

Refuel/Defuel Safety Procedures for use in the Hangar

WARNING : PUT THE SAFETY DEVICES AND THE WARNING NOTICES IN POSITION BEFORE YOU
_______
START A TASK ON OR NEAR:
- THE FLIGHT CONTROLS
- THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES
- THE LANDING GEAR AND THE RELATED DOORS
- COMPONENTS THAT MOVE.

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

WARNING : DO NOT SPILL FUEL ON THE ENGINES OR THE BRAKES. IF YOU SPILL FUEL ON
_______
ENGINES OR BRAKES THAT ARE HOT, IT CAN CAUSE FIRES.

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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

No specific safety barriers


No specific warning notices

R 3. __________
Job Set-up

R Subtask 12-11-28-941-065

R A. Not Applicable



EFF :

ALL  12-11-28

Page 307
May 01/07
 
CES 
4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 12-11-28-650-051

A. Safety Precautions

WARNING : OBEY THE FUEL SAFETY PROCEDURES.


_______

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

(2) Make the limits of the safety area the limits of the hangar.

(3) Put the safety barriers and the NO SMOKING warning notices at all
the hangar entrances.

(4) To be prepared to tow the aircraft out of the hangar for an


emergency, do these steps:

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

(b) Attach a towing vehicle to the aircraft.

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



EFF :

ALL  12-11-28

Page 308
May 01/07
R  
CES 
TASK 12-11-28-650-003

Pressure Refuel with Automatic Control

WARNING : OBEY THE FUEL SAFETY PROCEDURES.


_______

R WARNING : STOP THE FUEL TANKER 60 m (196.85 ft) FROM THE AIRCRAFT NOSE WHILE
_______
R THE WEATHER RADAR OPERATES.
R DO NOT OPERATE THE FUEL TANKER/PUMP UNIT UNTIL YOU STOP THE OPERATION
R OF THE WEATHER RADAR.

WARNING : MAKE SURE THE AREA AROUND THE AIRCRAFT IS SAFE BEFORE YOU START THE
_______
REFUEL/DEFUEL PROCEDURE. IN THE SAFETY AREA, DO NOT:
- SMOKE
- MAKE SPARKS OR FIRE
- USE ANY EQUIPMENT WHICH IS NOT APPROVED FOR REFUEL/DEFUEL
PROCEDURES.
AIRCRAFT FUEL IS FLAMMABLE.

WARNING : DO NOT SPILL FUEL ON THE ENGINES OR THE BRAKES. IF YOU SPILL FUEL ON
_______
ENGINES OR BRAKES THAT ARE HOT, IT CAN CAUSE FIRES.

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

R NOTE : It is recommended that you keep to one type of fuel. Although


____
R approved types can be mixed if necessary to continue operation. Refer
R to Section 2 of your Flight Manual (Ref. FM Section 2) for a complete
R list of approved fuels. Refer to Airbus Cold Weather Operations
R Information and Operations Policy Fuelling Procedures for safety
R precautions with mixed fuel.

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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

No specific safety barriers


R No specific AR ACCESS PLATFORM 5M (16 FT)- ADJUSTABLE



EFF :

ALL  12-11-28

Page 309
May 01/07
 
CES 
B. Referenced Information

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

12-11-28-650-001 General Refuel/Defuel Safety Procedures


12-11-28-650-002 Refuel/Defuel Safety Procedures for use in the Hangar
12-11-28-650-007 Use of Magnetic Level Indicators (MLI)
12-34-24-869-001 Aircraft Grounding for the Refuel/Defuel Operations
24-41-00-861-002 Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the
External Power
24-41-00-862-002 De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits Supplied
from the External Power
28-25-00-650-001 Pressure Defuel
28-25-00-869-001 Fuel Transfer
12-11-28-991-001 Fig. 301

R **ON A/C 001-049, 052-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


R 401-499, 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

12-11-28-991-002 Fig. 302

**ON A/C 051-051,

12-11-28-991-002-A Fig. 302A

**ON A/C ALL

12-11-28-991-004 Fig. 303

3. __________
Job Set-up

(Ref. Fig. 301/TASK 12-11-28-991-001)

R **ON A/C 001-049, 052-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


R 401-499, 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

(Ref. Fig. 302/TASK 12-11-28-991-002)

**ON A/C 051-051,

(Ref. Fig. 302A/TASK 12-11-28-991-002-A)



EFF :

ALL  12-11-28

Page 310
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
Refuel/Defuel Coupling
Figure 302/TASK 12-11-28-991-002


R

EFF : 001-049, 052-099, 101-149, 151-199,
201-249, 251-299, 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
 12-11-28

Page 311
Feb 01/10
511-526, 528-599, 
CES 
R Refuel/Defuel Coupling
R Figure 302A/TASK 12-11-28-991-002-A


R

EFF :

051-051,  12-11-28

Page 312
May 01/05
 
CES 
**ON A/C ALL

(Ref. Fig. 303/TASK 12-11-28-991-004)

R **ON A/C 001-049, 052-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


R 401-499, 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

Subtask 12-11-28-941-050

A. Safety Precautions

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

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

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

(4) Put the safety barriers in position.

**ON A/C 051-051,

Subtask 12-11-28-941-050-A

A. Safety Precautions

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

CAUTION : DO NOT REFUEL OR DEFUEL THROUGH THE TWO REFUEL/DEFUEL


_______
COUPLINGS AT THE SAME TIME.
THIS IS TO PREVENT PRESSURE DIFFERENCE PROBLEMS.

(2) Put the ACCESS PLATFORM 5M (16 FT)- ADJUSTABLE adjacent to the
applicable refuel coupling 100QM(40QM).

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

(4) Put the safety barriers in position.



EFF :

ALL  12-11-28

Page 313
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
Refuel/Defuel Control Panel 800VU, Preselector 5QT and Indicator 6QT
Figure 303/TASK 12-11-28-991-004



EFF :

ALL  12-11-28

Page 314
May 01/05
R  
CES 
**ON A/C ALL

Subtask 12-11-28-281-051

B. Do a Check for Water in the Fuel Tanker

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

R **ON A/C 001-049, 052-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


R 401-499, 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

Subtask 12-11-28-860-050

C. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

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

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

NOTE : Bonding is essential, grounding is recommended.


____

(2) Remove the refuel coupling cap (41QM).

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

(4) If you have external power available, energize the aircraft


electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-861-002).

**ON A/C 051-051,

Subtask 12-11-28-860-050-A

C. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

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



EFF :

ALL  12-11-28

Page 315
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
(1) Make sure that the aircraft and the fuel tanker/pump unit are
grounded correctly (Ref. TASK 12-34-24-869-001) and electrically
bonded together correctly.

NOTE : Bonding is essential, grounding is recommended.


____

(2) Remove the applicable refuel coupling cap 101QM(41QM).

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

(4) If you have external power available, energize the aircraft


electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-861-002).

**ON A/C ALL

Subtask 12-11-28-010-051-A

D. Get Access

(1) Open the access door 192MB.

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

R **ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 401-499,


R 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

Subtask 12-11-28-860-051

E. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) If you do not have ground power available:

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



EFF :

ALL  12-11-28

Page 316
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
(a) On the refuel/defuel control panel (800VU), put the BATT POWER
R switch to the ON position and release.

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

**ON A/C 301-399,

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

E. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) Make sure that you do not remove the power from the FQIC until the
refuel procedure is complete.

(2) If you do not have ground power available, on the refuel/defuel


R control panel (800VU), put the BATT POWER switch to the ON position
R and release.

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

**ON A/C ALL

Subtask 12-11-28-740-050

F. Test of the Refuel Panel 800VU

(1) Do this test:

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ACTION RESULT
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1. On the panel 800VU: On the panel 800VU:

- put the TEST switch to the LTS - the HI LVL lights and the DEFUEL/XFR
position and hold it there OPEN lights are on and the CKPT and
END lights come on
- the FUEL QTY, PRESELECTED and ACTUAL
displays show all 8s.



EFF :

ALL  12-11-28

Page 317
May 01/08
 
CES 
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ACTION RESULT
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
- release the TEST switch - the lights go back to their initial
condition
- the FUEL QTY, PRESELECTED and ACTUAL
displays go back to their initial
condition

- put the TEST switch to the HIGH - the HI LVL lights change condition.
position and hold it there If they were on, they will go off. If
they were off, they will come on

- release the TEST switch. - the HI LVL lights go back to their


initial condition.

4. Procedure
_________

(Ref. Fig. 303/TASK 12-11-28-991-004)

R **ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 401-499,


R 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

Subtask 12-11-28-650-074

A. Pressure Refuel with Automatic Control

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

NOTE : If it becomes necessary, defuel (Ref. TASK 28-25-00-650-001) or


____
transfer fuel (Ref. TASK 28-25-00-869-001).

(1) On the panel 40VU, make sure that:


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

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


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



EFF :

ALL  12-11-28

Page 318
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
(3) On the preselector 5QT:
- put the PRESELECTED rocker switch to the INC position and hold it
there
- make sure that the number on the PRESELECTED display increases
- when the PRESELECTED display shows the necessary fuel load, release
the PRESELECTED rocker switch.

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

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

(5) Start the pump on the fuel tanker/pump unit.

(6) On the preselector 5QT:

(a) Make sure that the numbers on the ACTUAL display increases.

(7) On the fuel quantity indicator 6QT:

(a) Make sure that the numbers on the FUEL QTY displays increase.

(8) When the refuel operation is complete, make sure that:

(a) On the preselector 5QT:


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

(b) On the fuel quantity indicator 6QT:


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

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


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

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

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

(9) Stop the pump on the fuel tanker/pump-unit.


R

EFF : 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199,
201-249, 251-299, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
 12-11-28

Page 319
Feb 01/10
528-599, 
CES 
(10) On the refuel/defuel control panel 800VU:
- put the MODE SELECT switch to the OFF and guarded position.

**ON A/C 301-399,

Subtask 12-11-28-650-074-A

A. Pressure Refuel with Automatic Control

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

NOTE : If it becomes necessary, defuel (Ref. TASK 28-25-00-650-001) or


____
transfer fuel (Ref. TASK 28-25-00-869-001).

(1) On the panel 40VU, make sure that:


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

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


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

(3) On the preselector 5QT:


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

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

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

(5) Start the pump on the fuel tanker/pump unit.

(6) On the preselector 5QT:

(a) Make sure that the numbers on the ACTUAL display increases.


R

EFF : 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199,
201-249, 251-299, 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
 12-11-28

Page 320
Feb 01/10
511-526, 528-599, 
CES 
(7) On the fuel quantity indicator 6QT:

(a) Make sure that the numbers on the FUEL QTY displays increase.

(8) When the refuel operation is complete, make sure that:

(a) On the preselector 5QT:


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

(b) On the fuel quantity indicator 6QT:


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

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


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

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

(9) Stop the pump on the fuel tanker/pump-unit.

(10) If you have had a problem, to disconnect the fuel supply hose, then
do the step that follows:

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


- put a refuel valve switch to OPEN then to NORM.

NOTE : You should use a tank refuel valve switch which does not
____
show a HI LVL indication.

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


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



EFF :

301-399,  12-11-28

Page 321
May 01/09
R  
CES 
**ON A/C ALL

5. Close-up
________

R **ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 401-499,


R 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

Subtask 12-11-28-860-052

A. Refuel on Batteries

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

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

**ON A/C 301-399,

Subtask 12-11-28-860-052-A

A. Refuel on Batteries

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

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

**ON A/C ALL

Subtask 12-11-28-410-050

B. Close Access

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

(2) Close the access door 192MB.



EFF :

ALL  12-11-28

Page 322
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
Subtask 12-11-28-862-050

C. De-energize the Electrical Circuits

(1) If you have external power available, de-energize the aircraft


electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-862-002).

R **ON A/C 001-049, 052-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


R 401-499, 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

Subtask 12-11-28-869-067

D. Aircraft Configuration

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

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

(2) Install the refuel coupling cap 41QM.

**ON A/C 051-051,

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

D. Aircraft Configuration

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

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

(2) Install the applicable refuel coupling cap 101QM(41QM).



EFF :

ALL  12-11-28

Page 323
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
**ON A/C ALL

Subtask 12-11-28-942-051

E. Removal of Equipment

(1) Disconnect these bonding/ground cables:


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

(2) Remove the safety barriers.

(3) Remove the warning notice(s).

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



EFF :

ALL  12-11-28

Page 324
Aug 01/09
R  
CES 
TASK 12-11-28-650-004

Pressure Refuel with Manual Control

WARNING : OBEY THE FUEL SAFETY PROCEDURES.


_______

WARNING : STOP THE FUEL TANKER 60 m (196.85 ft) FROM THE AIRCRAFT NOSE WHILE
_______
THE WEATHER RADAR OPERATES.
DO NOT OPERATE THE FUEL TANKER/PUMP UNIT UNTIL YOU STOP THE OPERATION
OF THE WEATHER RADAR.

WARNING : MAKE SURE THE AREA AROUND THE AIRCRAFT IS SAFE BEFORE YOU START THE
_______
REFUEL/DEFUEL PROCEDURE. IN THE SAFETY AREA, DO NOT:
- SMOKE
- MAKE SPARKS OR FIRE
- USE ANY EQUIPMENT WHICH IS NOT APPROVED FOR REFUEL/DEFUEL
PROCEDURES.
AIRCRAFT FUEL IS FLAMMABLE.

WARNING : DO NOT SPILL FUEL ON THE ENGINES OR THE BRAKES. IF YOU SPILL FUEL ON
_______
ENGINES OR BRAKES THAT ARE HOT, IT CAN CAUSE FIRES.

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

NOTE : It is recommended that you keep to one type of fuel. Although


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

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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

No specific safety barriers


No specific AR ACCESS PLATFORM 5M (16 FT)- ADJUSTABLE



EFF :

ALL  12-11-28

Page 325
Aug 01/08
R  
CES 
B. Referenced Information

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

12-11-28-650-001 General Refuel/Defuel Safety Procedures


12-11-28-650-002 Refuel/Defuel Safety Procedures for use in the Hangar
12-11-28-650-007 Use of Magnetic Level Indicators (MLI)
12-32-28-281-001 Drain Water Content
12-34-24-869-001 Aircraft Grounding for the Refuel/Defuel Operations
24-41-00-861-002 Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the
External Power
24-41-00-862-002 De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits Supplied
from the External Power
28-25-00-650-001 Pressure Defuel
28-25-00-869-001 Fuel Transfer
31-60-00-860-001 EIS Start Procedure
31-60-00-860-002 EIS Stop Procedure
12-11-28-991-001 Fig. 301

R **ON A/C 001-049, 052-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


R 401-499, 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

12-11-28-991-002 Fig. 302

**ON A/C 051-051,

12-11-28-991-002-A Fig. 302A

**ON A/C ALL

12-11-28-991-004 Fig. 303

3. __________
Job Set-up

(Ref. Fig. 301/TASK 12-11-28-991-001)

R **ON A/C 001-049, 052-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


R 401-499, 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

(Ref. Fig. 302/TASK 12-11-28-991-002)



EFF :

ALL  12-11-28

Page 326
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
**ON A/C 051-051,

(Ref. Fig. 302A/TASK 12-11-28-991-002-A)

**ON A/C ALL

(Ref. Fig. 303/TASK 12-11-28-991-004)

R **ON A/C 001-049, 052-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


R 401-499, 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

Subtask 12-11-28-941-052

A. Safety Precautions

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

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

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

(4) Put the safety barriers in position.

**ON A/C 051-051,

Subtask 12-11-28-941-052-A

A. Safety Precautions

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

CAUTION : DO NOT REFUEL OR DEFUEL THROUGH THE TWO REFUEL/DEFUEL


_______
COUPLINGS AT THE SAME TIME.
THIS IS TO PREVENT PRESSURE DIFFERENCE PROBLEMS.

(2) Put the ACCESS PLATFORM 5M (16 FT)- ADJUSTABLE adjacent to the
applicable refuel coupling 100QM(40QM).

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



EFF :

ALL  12-11-28

Page 327
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
(4) Put the safety barriers in position.

**ON A/C ALL

Subtask 12-11-28-281-052

B. Drain the Water from the Fuel

(1) Make sure that a fuel sampling for water contamination check is done
to the fuel in the fuel tanker/pump unit (Ref. TASK 12-32-28-281-
001).

R **ON A/C 001-049, 052-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


R 401-499, 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

Subtask 12-11-28-860-053

C. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

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

(1) Remove the refuel coupling cap 41QM.

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

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

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

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


002).

(5) Do the Electronic Instrument System (EIS) (Electronic Centralized


Aircraft Monitoring - ECAM only) start procedure (Ref. TASK 31-60-00-
860-001).

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



EFF :

ALL  12-11-28

Page 328
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
**ON A/C 051-051,

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

C. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

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

(1) Remove the applicable refuel coupling cap 101QM(41QM).

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

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

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

(4) If you have external power available, energize the aircraft


electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-861-002).

(5) If you have external power available:


- do the EIS (ECAM only) start procedure (Ref. TASK 31-60-00-860-001)
- on the panel 11VU, push (in) the FUEL pushbutton switch.

**ON A/C ALL

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

D. Get Access

(1) Open the access door 192MB.

R NOTE : If operating in battery power:


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



EFF :

ALL  12-11-28

Page 329
Nov 01/09
 
CES 
R **ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 401-499,
R 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

Subtask 12-11-28-860-057

E. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) If you do not have ground power available:

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

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

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

**ON A/C 301-399,

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

E. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) If you do not have ground power available:

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

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


R

EFF : 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199,
201-249, 251-299, 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
 12-11-28

Page 330
Feb 01/10
511-526, 528-599, 
CES 
**ON A/C ALL

Subtask 12-11-28-740-051

F. Test of the Refuel Panel 800VU

(1) Do this test:

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ACTION RESULT
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1. On the panel 800VU: On the panel 800VU:

- put the TEST switch to the LTS - the High (HI) Level (LVL) lights and
position and hold it there the DEFUEL/XFR OPEN lights are on and
the CKPT and END lights come on
- the FUEL QTY, PRESELECTED and ACTUAL
displays show all 8s.

- release the TEST switch - the lights go back to their initial


condition
- the FUEL QTY, PRESELECTED and ACTUAL
displays go back to their initial
condition

- put the TEST switch to the HIGH - the HI LVL lights change their
position and hold it there condition. If they were on, they will
go off. If they were off, they will
come on

- release the TEST switch. - the HI LVL lights go back to their


initial condition.

4. Procedure
_________

R **ON A/C 001-049, 052-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


R 401-499, 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

(Ref. Fig. 302/TASK 12-11-28-991-002)

**ON A/C 051-051,

(Ref. Fig. 302A/TASK 12-11-28-991-002-A)



EFF :

ALL  12-11-28

Page 331
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
**ON A/C ALL

(Ref. Fig. 303/TASK 12-11-28-991-004)

R **ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 401-499,


R 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

Subtask 12-11-28-650-054

A. Pressure Refuel with Manual Control

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

NOTE : If it becomes necessary, defuel (Ref. TASK 28-25-00-650-001) or


____
transfer fuel (Ref. TASK 28-25-00-869-001).

(1) To prevent a fuel spill, on the panel 40VU, make sure that:
- the X FEED P/BSW 4QE is released out (OFF)
- the MODE SEL P/BSW 48QA is in the AUTO position
- the CTR TK PUMP 1 & 2 P/BSW are released out (OFF).

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

(a) Put the MODE SELECT switch to the REFUEL position.

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

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

(3) Start the pump on the fuel tanker/pump unit.

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

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

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



EFF :

ALL  12-11-28

Page 332
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
(b) Monitor the FUEL QTY displays.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

**ON A/C 301-399,

Subtask 12-11-28-650-054-A

A. Pressure Refuel with Manual Control

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

NOTE : If it becomes necessary, defuel (Ref. TASK 28-25-00-650-001) or


____
transfer fuel (Ref. TASK 28-25-00-869-001).

(1) To prevent a fuel spill, on the panel 40VU, make sure that:
- the X FEED P/BSW 4QE is released out (OFF)
- the MODE SEL P/BSW 4QL is in the AUTO position
- the CTR TK L and R XFR P/BSW are released out (OFF).


R

EFF : 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199,
201-249, 251-299, 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
 12-11-28

Page 333
Feb 01/10
511-526, 528-599, 
CES 
R (2) On the refuel/defuel control panel 800VU:

R (a) Put the MODE SELECT switch to the REFUEL position.

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

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

R (3) Start the pump on the fuel tanker/pump unit.

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

R (4) On the refuel/defuel control panel 800VU:

R (a) Make sure that the numbers on the ACTUAL and the FUEL QTY
R displays increase.

R (b) Monitor the FUEL QTY displays.

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

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

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

R (5) When the fuel tank quantities are correct stop the pump on the fuel
R tanker/pump unit.

R (6) On the refuel/defuel control panel 800VU:

R (a) Put the MODE SELECT switch to the OFF position and put the guard
R on the switch.

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

R (7) If you have ground power available, make sure that the ECAM lower DU
R shows the correct fuel quantities.


R

EFF :

301-399,  12-11-28

Page 334
Nov 01/09
 
CES 
R Subtask 12-11-28-650-080

R B. Pressure Refuel with Manual Control (If ACT is Installed)

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

R NOTE : If it becomes necessary, defuel (Ref. TASK 28-25-00-650-001) or


____
R transfer fuel (Ref. TASK 28-25-00-869-001).

R (1) To prevent a fuel spill, on the panel 40VU, make sure that:
R - the X FEED P/BSW 4QE is released out (OFF)
R - the MODE SEL P/BSW 4QL is in the AUTO position
R - the CTR TK L and R XFR P/BSW are released out (OFF).

R (2) On the refuel/defuel control panel 800VU:

R (a) Put the MODE SELECT switch to the REFUEL position.

R (3) On the refuel/defuel control panel 800VU and 801VU:

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

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

R (4) Start the pump on the fuel tanker/pump unit.

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

R (5) On the refuel/defuel control panel 800VU:

R (a) Make sure that the numbers on the ACTUAL and the FUEL QTY
R displays increase.

R (b) Monitor the FUEL QTY displays.

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


R

EFF :

301-399,  12-11-28

Page 335
Nov 01/09
 
CES 
R NOTE : Make sure that the outer wing fuel tanks are full. This
____
R will prevent the risk of structural damage.

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

R (6) When the fuel tank quantities are correct stop the pump on the fuel
R tanker/pump unit.

R (7) On the refuel/defuel control panel 800VU:

R (a) Put the MODE SELECT switch to the OFF position and put the guard
R on the switch.

R (8) On the refuel/defuel control panel 800VU and 801VU:

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

R (9) If you have ground power available, make sure that the ECAM lower
R Display Unit (DU) shows the correct fuel quantities.

R Subtask 12-11-28-650-083

R C. Pressure Refuel with Manual Control (If ACT(s) are Installed)

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

R NOTE : If it becomes necessary, defuel (Ref. TASK 28-25-00-650-001) or


____
R transfer fuel (Ref. TASK 28-25-00-869-001).

R (1) To prevent a fuel spill, on the panel 40VU, make sure that:
R - the X FEED P/BSW 4QE is released out (OFF)
R - the MODE SEL P/BSW 4QL is in the AUTO position
R - the CTR TK L and R XFR P/BSW are released out (OFF).

R (2) On the refuel/defuel control panel 800VU/801VU:


R - put the MODE SELECT switch to the REFUEL position
R - put the REFUEL VALVES switch(es) for the applicable fuel tank(s) to
R the OPEN position
R - put the REFUEL VALVES switches for the tanks which will not be
R refuelled to the SHUT position.


R

EFF :

301-399,  12-11-28

Page 336
Nov 01/09
 
CES 
R (a) Start the pump on the fuel tanker/pump unit.

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

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


R - make sure that the numbers on the ACTUAL and the FUEL QTY
R displays increase
R - monitor the FUEL QTY displays.

R (c) On the refuel/defuel control panel 801VU:


R - set the ACT rotary selector to each applicable ACT in turn
R - make sure that the numbers on the ACT FUEL QTY display
R increases for each applicable ACT
R - monitor the ACT FUEL QTY display.

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

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

R (d) When each tank has the correct fuel quantity, put its REFUEL
R VALVE switch to the SHUT position.

R (e) When the fuel tank quantities are correct, stop the pump on the
R fuel tanker/pump unit.

R (f) On the refuel/defuel control panel 800VU/801VU:


R - put the MODE SELECT switch to the OFF and guarded position
R - put all the REFUEL VALVES switches to the NORM and guarded
R position.

R (g) If you have ground power available:


R - make sure that the ECAM lower DU shows the correct total fuel
R quantities
R - make sure that the fuel indicators on the panel 28VU show the
R correct quantity for each ACT.


R

EFF :

301-399,  12-11-28

Page 337
Nov 01/09
 
CES 
**ON A/C ALL

5. Close-up
________

R **ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 401-499,


R 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

Subtask 12-11-28-860-058

A. Aircraft Configuration

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

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

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

(4) Install the coupling cap.

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

(5) Install the refuel coupling cap 41QM.

**ON A/C 301-399,

Subtask 12-11-28-860-058-A

A. Aircraft Configuration

(1) If you have external power available, do the EIS stop procedure
(Ref. TASK 31-60-00-860-002) then de-energize the aircraft electrical
circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-862-002).

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

(3) Install the coupling cap.

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

(4) Install the applicable refuel coupling cap 101QM(41QM).



EFF :

ALL  12-11-28

Page 338
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
**ON A/C ALL

Subtask 12-11-28-410-052

B. Close Access

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

(2) Close the access door 192MB.

Subtask 12-11-28-942-053

C. Removal of Equipment

(1) Disconnect these bonding/ground cables:


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

(2) Remove the safety barriers.

(3) Remove the warning notice(s).

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



EFF :

ALL  12-11-28

Page 339
Nov 01/09
R  
CES 
TASK 12-11-28-650-005

Pressure Refuel without Electrical Power

WARNING : OBEY THE FUEL SAFETY PROCEDURES.


_______

WARNING : STOP THE FUEL TANKER 60 m (196.85 ft) FROM THE AIRCRAFT NOSE WHILE
_______
THE WEATHER RADAR OPERATES.
DO NOT OPERATE THE FUEL TANKER/PUMP UNIT UNTIL YOU STOP THE OPERATION
OF THE WEATHER RADAR.

WARNING : MAKE SURE THE AREA AROUND THE AIRCRAFT IS SAFE BEFORE YOU START THE
_______
REFUEL/DEFUEL PROCEDURE. IN THE SAFETY AREA, DO NOT:
- SMOKE
- MAKE SPARKS OR FIRE
- USE ANY EQUIPMENT WHICH IS NOT APPROVED FOR REFUEL/DEFUEL
PROCEDURES.
AIRCRAFT FUEL IS FLAMMABLE.

WARNING : DO NOT SPILL FUEL ON THE ENGINES OR THE BRAKES. IF YOU SPILL FUEL ON
_______
ENGINES OR BRAKES THAT ARE HOT, IT CAN CAUSE FIRES.

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

NOTE : It is recommended that you keep to one type of fuel. Although


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

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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

No specific safety barriers


No specific AR ACCESS PLATFORM 3M (10 FT)- ADJUSTABLE
No specific AR ACCESS PLATFORM 5M (16 FT)- ADJUSTABLE



EFF :

ALL  12-11-28

Page 340
Nov 01/09
R  
CES 
B. Referenced Information

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

12-11-28-650-001 General Refuel/Defuel Safety Procedures


12-11-28-650-002 Refuel/Defuel Safety Procedures for use in the Hangar
12-11-28-650-007 Use of Magnetic Level Indicators (MLI)
12-32-28-281-001 Drain Water Content
12-34-24-869-001 Aircraft Grounding for the Refuel/Defuel Operations
32-12-00-010-001 Open the Main Gear Doors for Access
32-12-00-410-001 Close the Main Gear Doors after Access
12-11-28-991-001 Fig. 301

R **ON A/C 001-049, 052-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


R 401-499, 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

12-11-28-991-002 Fig. 302

**ON A/C 051-051,

12-11-28-991-002-A Fig. 302A

**ON A/C ALL

12-11-28-991-006 Fig. 304

3. __________
Job Set-up

(Ref. Fig. 301/TASK 12-11-28-991-001)

R **ON A/C 001-049, 052-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


R 401-499, 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

(Ref. Fig. 302/TASK 12-11-28-991-002)

**ON A/C 051-051,

(Ref. Fig. 302A/TASK 12-11-28-991-002-A)



EFF :

ALL  12-11-28

Page 341
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
**ON A/C ALL

(Ref. Fig. 304/TASK 12-11-28-991-006)

R **ON A/C 001-049, 052-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


R 401-499, 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

Subtask 12-11-28-941-054

A. Safety Precautions

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

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

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

(4) Put the safety barriers in position.

**ON A/C 051-051,

Subtask 12-11-28-941-054-A

A. Safety Precautions

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

CAUTION : DO NOT REFUEL OR DEFUEL THROUGH THE TWO REFUEL/DEFUEL


_______
COUPLINGS AT THE SAME TIME.
THIS IS TO PREVENT PRESSURE DIFFERENCE PROBLEMS.

(2) Put the ACCESS PLATFORM 5M (16 FT)- ADJUSTABLE adjacent to the
applicable refuel coupling 100QM(40QM).

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

(4) Put the safety barriers in position.



EFF :

ALL  12-11-28

Page 342
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
Refuel Valve
Figure 304/TASK 12-11-28-991-006



EFF :

ALL  12-11-28

Page 343
Nov 01/09
R  
CES 
**ON A/C ALL

Subtask 12-11-28-281-053

B. Drain the Water from the Fuel

(1) Make sure that a fuel sampling for water contamination check is done
to the fuel in the fuel tanker/pump unit (Ref. TASK 12-32-28-281-
001).

R **ON A/C 001-049, 052-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


R 401-499, 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

Subtask 12-11-28-010-054

C. Get Access

(1) Open the access panel 622JB.

(2) If you refuel the center tank, do these steps:

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE GROUND SAFETY-LOCKS ARE IN POSITION ON


_______
THE LANDING GEAR.

(3) Open the Main Landing Gear (MLG) door 744 (Ref. TASK 32-12-00-010-
001).

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

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

**ON A/C 051-051,

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

C. Get Access

(1) Open the applicable access panel 522JB(622JB).

(2) If you refuel the center tank, do these steps:

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE GROUND SAFETY-LOCKS ARE IN POSITION ON


_______
THE LANDING GEAR.



EFF :

ALL  12-11-28

Page 344
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
(3) Open the MLG door 744 (Ref. TASK 32-12-00-010-001).

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

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

R **ON A/C 001-049, 052-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 401-499,


R 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

Subtask 12-11-28-860-059

D. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

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

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

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

(2) Remove the refuel coupling cap 41QM.

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

(4) Release the Magnetic Level Indicators (MLI) of the tanks to be


refuelled (Ref. TASK 12-11-28-650-007).

(5) If the intercell transfer valves are open:


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


R

EFF : 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199,
201-249, 251-299, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
 12-11-28

Page 345
Feb 01/10
528-599, 
CES 
**ON A/C 051-051,

Subtask 12-11-28-860-059-B

D. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

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

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

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

(2) Remove the applicable refuel coupling cap 101QM(41QM).

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

(4) Release the Magnetic Level Indicators (MLI) of the tanks to be


refuelled (Ref. TASK 12-11-28-650-007).

(5) If the intercell transfer valves are open:


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

**ON A/C 301-399,

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

D. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

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


R

EFF :

051-051, 301-399,  12-11-28

Page 346
Nov 01/09
 
CES 
(1) Make sure that the aircraft and the fuel tanker/pump unit are
grounded correctly (Ref. TASK 12-34-24-869-001) and electrically
bonded together correctly.

NOTE : Bonding is essential, grounding is recommended.


____

(2) Remove the refuel coupling cap 41QM.

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

(4) Release the Magnetic Level Indicators (MLI) of the tanks to be


refuelled (Ref. TASK 12-11-28-650-007).

**ON A/C ALL

4. Procedure
_________

(Ref. Fig. 304/TASK 12-11-28-991-006)

WARNING : BE CAREFUL NOT TO FILL THE TANKS MORE THAN NECESSARY NEAR THE END
_______
OF THE REFUEL. BECAUSE THERE IS NO ELECTRICAL POWER, THE
HIGH-LEVEL PROTECTION SYSTEM WILL NOT OPERATE.

CAUTION : DO NOT REFUEL OR DEFUEL THROUGH THE TWO REFUEL/DEFUEL COUPLINGS AT


_______
THE SAME TIME.
THIS IS TO PREVENT PRESSURE DIFFERENCE PROBLEMS.

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

R **ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 401-499,


R 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

Subtask 12-11-28-650-056

A. Pressure Refuel without Electrical Power

(1) Start the pump on the fuel tanker/pump unit.

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



EFF :

ALL  12-11-28

Page 347
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
(3) Use the MLIs to monitor the quantity of fuel in each tank (Ref. TASK
12-11-28-650-007).

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

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

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

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

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

**ON A/C 301-399,

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

A. Pressure Refuel without Electrical Power

(1) Start the pump on the fuel tanker/pump unit.

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

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

NOTE : Refer to the fuel tables for the maximum capacity of each fuel
____
tank and for the total fuel capacity.

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

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

(6) Make an entry in the aircraft technical log, to check the fuel
configuartion before the subsequent flight.


R

EFF : 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199,
201-249, 251-299, 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
 12-11-28

Page 348
Feb 01/10
511-526, 528-599, 
CES 
**ON A/C ALL

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 12-11-28-860-060

A. Aircraft Configuration

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

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

(3) Disconnect these bonding/ground cables:


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

R **ON A/C 001-049, 052-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


R 401-499, 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

Subtask 12-11-28-410-054

B. Close Access

(1) To install the coupling cap and the access panel:

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

(a) Install the refuel coupling cap 41QM and close the access panel
622JB.

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



EFF :

ALL  12-11-28

Page 349
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
**ON A/C 051-051,

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

B. Close Access

(1) To install the coupling cap and the access panel:

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

(a) Install the applicable refuel coupling cap 101QM(41QM) and close
the applicable access panel 522JB(622JB).

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

**ON A/C ALL

Subtask 12-11-28-942-056

C. Removal of Equipment

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

(2) Remove the safety barriers.

(3) Remove the warning notice(s).

(4) Remove the access platform(s).

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


R

EFF :

ALL  12-11-28

Page 350
Nov 01/09
 
CES 
TASK 12-11-28-650-006

Overwing (Gravity) Refuel

WARNING : OBEY THE FUEL SAFETY PROCEDURES.


_______

WARNING : STOP THE FUEL TANKER 60 m (196.85 ft) FROM THE AIRCRAFT NOSE WHILE
_______
THE WEATHER RADAR OPERATES.
DO NOT OPERATE THE FUEL TANKER/PUMP UNIT UNTIL YOU STOP THE OPERATION
OF THE WEATHER RADAR.

WARNING : MAKE SURE THE AREA AROUND THE AIRCRAFT IS SAFE BEFORE YOU START THE
_______
REFUEL/DEFUEL PROCEDURE. IN THE SAFETY AREA, DO NOT:
- SMOKE
- MAKE SPARKS OR FIRE
- USE ANY EQUIPMENT WHICH IS NOT APPROVED FOR REFUEL/DEFUEL
PROCEDURES.
AIRCRAFT FUEL IS FLAMMABLE.

WARNING : DO NOT GET YOUR CLOTHES SOAKED WITH FUEL.


_______

WARNING : DO NOT SPILL FUEL ON THE ENGINES OR THE BRAKES. IF YOU SPILL FUEL ON
_______
ENGINES OR BRAKES THAT ARE HOT, IT CAN CAUSE FIRES.

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

NOTE : It is recommended that you keep to one type of fuel. Although


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

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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

No specific circuit breaker(s) safety clip(s)


No specific safety barriers
No specific AR ACCESS PLATFORM 5M (16 FT)- ADJUSTABLE


R

EFF :

ALL  12-11-28

Page 351
Nov 01/09
 
CES 
B. Referenced Information

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

12-11-28-650-001 General Refuel/Defuel Safety Procedures


12-11-28-650-002 Refuel/Defuel Safety Procedures for use in the Hangar
12-32-28-281-001 Drain Water Content
12-34-24-869-001 Aircraft Grounding for the Refuel/Defuel Operations
24-41-00-861-002 Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the
External Power
24-41-00-862-002 De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits Supplied
from the External Power
28-25-00-869-001 Fuel Transfer
31-60-00-860-001 EIS Start Procedure
31-60-00-860-002 EIS Stop Procedure
12-11-28-991-001 Fig. 301
12-11-28-991-008 Fig. 305

3. __________
Job Set-up

(Ref. Fig. 301/TASK 12-11-28-991-001, 305/TASK 12-11-28-991-008)

Subtask 12-11-28-941-057

A. Safety Precautions

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

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

(3) Put the safety barriers in position.

Subtask 12-11-28-281-054

B. Drain the Water from the Fuel

(1) Make sure that a fuel sampling for water contamination check is done
to the fuel in the fuel tanker/pump unit (Ref. TASK 12-32-28-281-
001).



EFF :

ALL  12-11-28

Page 352
Nov 01/09
R  
CES 
Gravity Refuel Cap
Figure 305/TASK 12-11-28-991-008


R

EFF :

ALL  12-11-28

Page 353
Nov 01/09
 
CES 
R **ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 401-499,
R 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

Subtask 12-11-28-860-065

C. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

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

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

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

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


002).

(4) In the cockpit:

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

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

(5) Monitor the aircraft fuel configuration.

(6) If the intercell transfer valves are closed, open the access door
192MB.

NOTE : If operating in battery power, do not keep the door open


____
longer than necessary because the battery can discharge.


R

EFF : 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199,
201-249, 251-299, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
 12-11-28

Page 354
Feb 01/10
528-599, 
CES 
**ON A/C 301-399,

Subtask 12-11-28-860-065-A

C. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

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

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

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

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


002).

(4) In the cockpit:

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

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

(5) Monitor the aircraft fuel configuration.

R **ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 401-499,


R 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

Subtask 12-11-28-865-050

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

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
49VU FUEL/XFR VALVE1/WING/R 2QP A11
49VU FUEL/XFR VALVE1/WING/L 1QP A10
121VU FUEL/XFR VALVE2/WING/R 4QP M23
121VU FUEL/XFR VALVE2/WING/L 3QP M22


R

EFF : 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199,
201-249, 251-299, 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
 12-11-28

Page 355
Feb 01/10
511-526, 528-599, 
CES 
Subtask 12-11-28-860-063

E. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

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

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

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

Subtask 12-11-28-865-052

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

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
49VU FUEL/XFR VALVE1/WING/R 2QP A11
49VU FUEL/XFR VALVE1/WING/L 1QP A10
121VU FUEL/XFR VALVE2/WING/R 4QP M23
121VU FUEL/XFR VALVE2/WING/L 3QP M22

**ON A/C ALL

4. Procedure
_________

R **ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 401-499,


R 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

Subtask 12-11-28-650-060

A. Overwing (Gravity) Refuel

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

(1) On the panel 40VU, make sure that:


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



EFF :

ALL  12-11-28

Page 356
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
(2) Connect the ground-cable of the refuel nozzle to the wing
ground-connection.

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

(4) Put the fuel nozzle in the overwing refuel point.

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

(5) Start the pump on the fuel tanker/pump unit.

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

(7) Monitor the fuel quantities continuously on the ECAM lower DU.

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

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

(9) Remove the fuel nozzle from the overwing refuel point.

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

(11) Disconnect the ground-cable of the refuel nozzle from the wing
ground-connection.

(12) Do the refuel procedure again for the other wing.

(13) Correct the fuel configuration (move the fuel from the inner cells of
the wing tanks to fill the outer cells of the wing tanks (Ref. TASK
28-25-00-869-001)).

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


R

EFF : 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199,
201-249, 251-299, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
 12-11-28

Page 357
Feb 01/10
528-599, 
CES 
**ON A/C 301-399,

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

A. Overwing (Gravity) Refuel

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

(1) On the panel 40VU, make sure that:


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

(2) Connect the ground-cable of the refuel nozzle to the wing


ground-connection.

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

(4) Put the fuel nozzle in the overwing refuel point.

(5) Start the pump on the fuel tanker/pump unit.

(6) Monitor the fuel quantities continuously on the ECAM lower DU.

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

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

(8) Remove the fuel nozzle from the overwing refuel point.

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

(10) Disconnect the ground-cable of the refuel nozzle from the wing
ground-connection.

(11) Do the refuel procedure again for the other wing.


R

EFF :

301-399,  12-11-28

Page 358
Nov 01/09
 
CES 
**ON A/C ALL

5. Close-up
________

R **ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 401-499,


R 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

Subtask 12-11-28-865-059

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

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
49VU FUEL/XFR VALVE1/WING/R 2QP A11
49VU FUEL/XFR VALVE1/WING/L 1QP A10
121VU FUEL/XFR VALVE2/WING/R 4QP M23
121VU FUEL/XFR VALVE2/WING/L 3QP M22

Subtask 12-11-28-860-062

B. Aircraft Configuration

(1) Disconnect these bonding/ground cables:


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

(2) To close the intercell transfer valves:

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

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

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



EFF :

ALL  12-11-28

Page 359
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
Subtask 12-11-28-410-057

C. Close Access

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

(2) Close the access door 192MB.

**ON A/C 301-399,

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

B. Aircraft Configuration

(1) Disconnect these bonding/ground cables:


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

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

C. Close Access

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

**ON A/C ALL

Subtask 12-11-28-860-064

D. Aircraft Configuration

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

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


002).


R

EFF :

ALL  12-11-28

Page 360
Nov 01/09
 
CES 
Subtask 12-11-28-942-058

E. Removal of Equipment

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

(2) Remove the safety barriers.

(3) Remove the warning notice(s).

(4) Remove the access platform(s).

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


R

EFF :

ALL  12-11-28

Page 361
Nov 01/09
 
CES 
TASK 12-11-28-860-001

Procedure to use the ADIRU to Find the Pitch and Roll Data

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Referenced Information

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

12-11-28-650-007 Use of Magnetic Level Indicators (MLI)


24-41-00-861-002 Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the
External Power
24-41-00-862-002 De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits Supplied
from the External Power

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 12-11-28-861-054

A. Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits

(1) Energize the aircraft electrical circuits


(Ref. TASK 24-41-00-861-002).



EFF :

ALL  12-11-28

Page 362
Nov 01/09
R  
CES 
4. Procedure
_________

R **ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 203-249, 251-299, 301-399,


R 401-499, 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

Subtask 12-11-28-860-069

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

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

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ACTION RESULT
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1. On the MCDU turn the BRT knob to The MCDU is on.


the ON position.

2. Push the MCDU MENU mode key. The MCDU MENU page comes into view.

3. On the MCDU: On the MCDU display:

A. Push the line key adjacent to The AIDS menu page comes into view.
the AIDS indication.

B. Push the line key adjacent to The AIDS ALPHA CALL-UP page comes into
the PARM ALPHA CALL-UP view.
indication.

4. On the MCDU keypad enter the code ROLL appears at the bottom of the
for ROLL into the scratchpad. display (scratchpad).

5. Push the 2L line key. The ROLL data shows - RECORD THE DATA.

6. Read and write down the ROLL


data.

7. On the MCDU keypad enter the code PITCH appears at the bottom of the
for PTCH into the scratchpad. display (scratchpad).

8. Push the 3L line key. The PITCH data shows - RECORD THE DATA.

9. Read and write down the PITCH


data.

10. Push the line key adjacent to The AIDS menu page comes into view.
the CLEAR ALL indication.



EFF :

ALL  12-11-28

Page 363
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
(2) In Table 1, use the PITCH data to find the equivalent number.

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

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

-------------------------------------------
| Pitch | Ref | Roll | Ref |
-------------------------------------------
| minus 1.5 | 1 | minus 1.5 | A |
-------------------------------------------
| minus 1.0 | 2 | minus 1.0 | B |
-------------------------------------------
| minus 0.5 | 3 | minus 0.5 | C |
-------------------------------------------
| 0.0 | 4 | 0.0 | D |
-------------------------------------------
| plus 0.5 | 5 | plus 0.5 | E |
-------------------------------------------
| plus 1.0 | 6 | plus 1.0 | F |
-------------------------------------------
| plus 1.5 | 7 | plus 1.5 | G |
-------------------------------------------

**ON A/C 201-202,

Subtask 12-11-28-860-069-A

A. Procedure to enter the Parameter Alpha Call-up through the Multipurpose


Control and Display Unit (MCDU)

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

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ACTION RESULT
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1. On the MCDU turn the BRT knob to The MCDU is on.


the ON position.

2. Push the MCDU MENU mode key. The MCDU MENU page comes into view.

3. On the MCDU: On the MCDU display:


R

EFF : 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199,
201-249, 251-299, 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
 12-11-28

Page 364
Feb 01/10
511-526, 528-599, 
CES 
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ACTION RESULT
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
A. Push the line key adjacent to The AIDS menu page comes into view.
the AIDS indication.

B. Push the line key adjacent to The AIDS PARAM ALPHA CALL-UP menu page
the CALL-UP PARM ALPHA> comes into view.
indication.

4. On the MCDU keypad enter the code ROLL appears at the bottom of the
for ROLL into the scratchpad. display (scratchpad).

5. Push the 2L line key. The ROLL data shows - RECORD THE DATA.

6. Read and write down the ROLL


data.

7. On the MCDU keypad enter the code PITCH appears at the bottom of the
for PTCH into the scratchpad. display (scratchpad).

8. Push the 3L line key. The PITCH data shows - RECORD THE DATA.

9. Read and write down the PITCH


data.

10. Push the line key adjacent to The scratchpad display is cleared.
the CLR key, and push the line
key adjacent to the data field.

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

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


R

EFF :

201-202,  12-11-28

Page 365
Nov 01/09
 
CES 
(4) Put together the number and the letter to identify the square to use
in the MLI procedure (Ref. TASK 12-11-28-650-007).
TABLE 1

-------------------------------------------
| Pitch | Ref | Roll | Ref |
-------------------------------------------
| minus 1.5 | 1 | minus 1.5 | A |
-------------------------------------------
| minus 1.0 | 2 | minus 1.0 | B |
-------------------------------------------
| minus 0.5 | 3 | minus 0.5 | C |
-------------------------------------------
| 0.0 | 4 | 0.0 | D |
-------------------------------------------
| plus 0.5 | 5 | plus 0.5 | E |
-------------------------------------------
| plus 1.0 | 6 | plus 1.0 | F |
-------------------------------------------
| plus 1.5 | 7 | plus 1.5 | G |
-------------------------------------------

**ON A/C ALL

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 12-11-28-860-070

A. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

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

(2) On the MCDU control panel:

(a) Push the RETURN key until the initial screen shows.

(b) Set the BRT knob to the OFF position.

Subtask 12-11-28-862-054

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


002).


R

EFF :

ALL  12-11-28

Page 366
Nov 01/09
 
CES 
TASK 12-11-28-860-002

Procedure to use the FQIC Input Parameters to Find the Pitch and Roll Data

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Referenced Information

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

12-11-28-650-007 Use of Magnetic Level Indicators (MLI)


24-41-00-861-002 Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the
External Power
24-41-00-862-002 De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits Supplied
from the External Power
31-32-00-860-001 Procedure to Get Access to the SYSTEM REPORT/TEST
Menu Page
31-60-00-860-001 EIS Start Procedure
31-60-00-860-002 EIS Stop Procedure
34-10-00-860-002 ADIRS Start Procedure
34-10-00-860-005 ADIRS Stop Procedure

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 12-11-28-860-071

A. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) Energize the aircraft electrical circuits


(Ref. TASK 24-41-00-861-002).

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

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

(4) Do the Air Data/Inertial Reference System (ADIRS) start procedure


(Ref. TASK 34-10-00-860-002).



EFF :

ALL  12-11-28

Page 367
Nov 01/09
R  
CES 
Subtask 12-11-28-865-054

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

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
49VU FUEL/FQI/CHAN/1 1QT A13
121VU FUEL/FQI/CHANNEL/1 AND 2 8QT L26
121VU FUEL/FQI/CHAN/2 2QT M27

4. Procedure
_________

R **ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 401-499,


R 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

Subtask 12-11-28-860-072

A. Get Access to the Fuel Quantity Indication Computer (FQIC) Input


Parameters Page 1

NOTE : This procedure can only be used if:


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

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



EFF :

ALL  12-11-28

Page 368
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
(1) When the SYSTEM REPORT/TEST Menu page comes into view, do this
procedure:

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ACTION RESULT
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1. Push the line key adjacent to the - the FUEL Main Menu first page comes
FUEL indication. into view.

2. On the MCDU control panel push - the FUEL Main Menu second page comes
the NEXT PAGE key. into view.

3. Push the line key adjacent to the - the MCDU shows the page FQIS INPUT
INPUT PARAMETER VALUES PARAMETERS - RECORD THE PITCH AND
indication. ROLL DATA.

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

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

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

-----------------------------------------
| Pitch | Ref | Roll | Ref |
-----------------------------------------
| minus 1.5 | 1 | minus 1.5 | A |
-----------------------------------------
| minus 1.0 | 2 | minus 1.0 | B |
-----------------------------------------
| minus 0.5 | 3 | minus 0.5 | C |
-----------------------------------------
| 0.0 | 4 | 0.0 | D |
-----------------------------------------
| plus 0.5 | 5 | plus 0.5 | E |
-----------------------------------------
| plus 1.0 | 6 | plus 1.0 | F |
-----------------------------------------
| plus 1.5 | 7 | plus 1.5 | G |
-----------------------------------------


R

EFF : 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199,
201-249, 251-299, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
 12-11-28

Page 369
Feb 01/10
528-599, 
CES 
**ON A/C 301-399,

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

A. Get Access to the FQIC Input Parameters Page 1

NOTE : This procedure can only be used if:


____
- the PITCH and ROLL data is taken from the ADIRS (make sure that
the FQIS Status page does not show NO DATA FROM ADIRU 1 and
NO DATA FROM ADIRU 2)
- the PITCH data displayed for the LEFT, CTR and RIGHT is no more
or less than 0.1 of each other
- the ROLL data displayed for the LEFT, CTR and RIGHT is no more
or less than 0.1 of each other.

NOTE : The FQIS input parameter pages are automatically updated every 5.5
____
seconds.

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

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ACTION RESULT
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1. Push the line key adjacent to the - the FUEL Main Menu first page comes
FUEL indication. into view.

2. On the MCDU control panel push - the FUEL Main Menu second page comes
the NEXT PAGE key. into view.

3. Push the line key adjacent to the - the MCDU shows the page FQIS INPUT
INPUT PARAMETER VALUES PARAMETERS - RECORD THE PITCH AND
indication. ROLL DATA.

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

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


R

EFF :

301-399,  12-11-28

Page 370
Nov 01/09
 
CES 
(4) Put together the number and the letter to identify the square to use
in the MLI procedure (Ref. TASK 12-11-28-650-007).
TABLE 1

---------------------------------------------
| Pitch | Ref | Roll | Ref |
---------------------------------------------
| minus 1.5 | 1 | minus 1.5 | A |
---------------------------------------------
| minus 1.0 | 2 | minus 1.0 | B |
---------------------------------------------
| minus 0.5 | 3 | minus 0.5 | C |
---------------------------------------------
| 0.0 | 4 | 0.0 | D |
---------------------------------------------
| plus 0.5 | 5 | plus 0.5 | E |
---------------------------------------------
| plus 1.0 | 6 | plus 1.0 | F |
---------------------------------------------
| plus 1.5 | 7 | plus 1.5 | G |
---------------------------------------------

**ON A/C ALL

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 12-11-28-860-073

A. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) Put the aircraft back to its initial configuration.

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

(b) On the MCDU, set the BRT knob to OFF.

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

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

(e) De-energize the aircraft electrical circuits


(Ref. TASK 24-41-00-862-002).


R

EFF :

ALL  12-11-28

Page 371
Nov 01/09
 
CES 
TASK 12-11-28-650-007

Use of Magnetic Level Indicators (MLI)

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

CAUTION : DO NOT LET THE MLIs FALL FREELY.


_______

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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

No specific safety barriers


No specific access platform 3 m (9 ft. 10 in.)

B. Referenced Information

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

12-11-28-650-001 General Refuel/Defuel Safety Procedures


12-11-28-650-002 Refuel/Defuel Safety Procedures for use in the Hangar
12-11-28-860-001 Procedure to use the ADIRU to Find the Pitch and Roll
Data
12-11-28-860-002 Procedure to use the FQIC Input Parameters to Find
the Pitch and Roll Data
12-32-28-281-001 Drain Water Content

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 401-499, 501-509,

12-11-28-991-009 Fig. 306

R **ON A/C 251-299, 511-526, 528-599,

12-11-28-991-009-B Fig. 306A



EFF :

ALL  12-11-28

Page 372
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

**ON A/C 301-399,

12-11-28-991-009-A Fig. 306B

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-105, 151-199, 201-213,

12-11-28-991-011 Fig. 307

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 401-499, 501-509,

12-11-28-991-012 Fig. 308

R **ON A/C 251-299, 511-526, 528-599,

12-11-28-991-012-B Fig. 308A

**ON A/C 301-399,

12-11-28-991-012-A Fig. 308B

R **ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


R 401-499, 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

12-11-28-991-024 Fig. 309

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 401-499, 501-509,

12-11-28-991-014 Fig. 310

R **ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 401-499,


R 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

12-11-28-991-025 Fig. 311


12-11-28-991-015 Fig. 312
12-11-28-991-026 Fig. 313
12-11-28-991-036 Fig. 314


R

EFF : 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199,
201-249, 251-299, 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
 12-11-28

Page 373
Feb 01/10
511-526, 528-599, 
CES 
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 401-499, 501-509,

12-11-28-991-016 Fig. 315

R **ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 401-499,


R 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

12-11-28-991-027 Fig. 316


12-11-28-991-017 Fig. 317
12-11-28-991-028 Fig. 318
12-11-28-991-037 Fig. 319

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 401-499, 501-509,

12-11-28-991-018 Fig. 320

R **ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 401-499,


R 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

12-11-28-991-029 Fig. 321


12-11-28-991-019 Fig. 322
12-11-28-991-030 Fig. 323
12-11-28-991-038 Fig. 324

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 401-499, 501-509,

12-11-28-991-020 Fig. 325

R **ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 401-499,


R 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

12-11-28-991-031 Fig. 326


12-11-28-991-034 Fig. 327
12-11-28-991-035 Fig. 328
12-11-28-991-039 Fig. 329

R **ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


R 401-499, 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

12-11-28-991-021 Fig. 330


R

EFF : 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199,
201-249, 251-299, 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
 12-11-28

Page 374
Feb 01/10
511-526, 528-599, 
CES 
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

12-11-28-991-032 Fig. 331


12-11-28-991-022 Fig. 332
12-11-28-991-033 Fig. 333

**ON A/C 301-399,

12-11-28-991-055 Fig. 334


12-11-28-991-056 Fig. 335
12-11-28-991-057 Fig. 336
12-11-28-991-058 Fig. 337
12-11-28-991-059 Fig. 338
12-11-28-991-040 Fig. 339
12-11-28-991-044 Fig. 340
12-11-28-991-060 Fig. 341
12-11-28-991-061 Fig. 342
12-11-28-991-062 Fig. 343
12-11-28-991-063 Fig. 344
12-11-28-991-064 Fig. 345
12-11-28-991-041 Fig. 346
12-11-28-991-045 Fig. 347
12-11-28-991-065 Fig. 348
12-11-28-991-066 Fig. 349
12-11-28-991-067 Fig. 350
12-11-28-991-068 Fig. 351
12-11-28-991-069 Fig. 352
12-11-28-991-042 Fig. 353
12-11-28-991-046 Fig. 354
12-11-28-991-070 Fig. 355
12-11-28-991-071 Fig. 356
12-11-28-991-072 Fig. 357
12-11-28-991-073 Fig. 358
12-11-28-991-074 Fig. 359
12-11-28-991-043 Fig. 360
12-11-28-991-047 Fig. 361


R

EFF : 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199,
201-249, 251-299, 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
 12-11-28

Page 375
Feb 01/10
511-526, 528-599, 
CES 
**ON A/C ALL

3. __________
Job Set-up

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 401-499, 501-509,

(Ref. Fig. 306/TASK 12-11-28-991-009)

R **ON A/C 251-299, 511-526, 528-599,

(Ref. Fig. 306A/TASK 12-11-28-991-009-B)

**ON A/C 301-399,

(Ref. Fig. 306B/TASK 12-11-28-991-009-A)

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-105, 151-199, 201-213,

(Ref. Fig. 307/TASK 12-11-28-991-011)

**ON A/C ALL

Subtask 12-11-28-941-058

A. Safety Precautions

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

(2) Put the safety barriers in position.

Subtask 12-11-28-281-050

B. Fuel Sampling

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



EFF :

ALL  12-11-28

Page 376
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
R Magnetic Level Indicators (MLI)
Figure 306/TASK 12-11-28-991-009


R

EFF : 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199,
201-249, 401-499, 501-509,
 12-11-28

Page 377
Nov 01/09
 
CES 
Magnetic Level Indicators (MLI)
Figure 306A/TASK 12-11-28-991-009-B


R

EFF :

251-299, 511-526, 528-599,  12-11-28

Page 378
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
R Magnetic Level Indicators (MLI)
R Figure 306B/TASK 12-11-28-991-009-A


R

EFF :

301-399,  12-11-28

Page 379
Nov 01/09
 
CES 
Attitude Monitor
Figure 307/TASK 12-11-28-991-011


R

EFF :
201-213,
001-049, 051-099, 101-105, 151-199,  12-11-28

Page 380
Nov 01/09
 
CES 
Subtask 12-11-28-010-058

C. Get Access

(1) Put an access platform below the applicable MLI.

(2) Open the access door 192MB.

NOTE : If operating in battery power, do not keep the door open


____
longer than necessary because the battery can discharge.

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-105, 151-199, 201-213,

Subtask 12-11-28-860-066

D. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) Find and write down the aircraft attitude figure (pitch and roll
data) as follows:
- read the aircraft attitude (grid square letter and grid square
number) shown by the bubble on the attitude monitor 39QM
or
- use the Air Data/Inertial Reference Unit (ADIRU) to find the
aircraft attitude figure (Ref. TASK 12-11-28-860-001)
or
- use the Fuel Quantity Indication Computer (FQIC) input parameters
to find the aircraft attitude figure (Ref. TASK 12-11-28-860-002).

R **ON A/C 106-149, 214-249, 251-299, 301-399, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,


R 528-599,

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

D. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) Find and write down the aircraft attitude figure (pitch and roll
data) as follows:
- use the ADIRU to find the aircraft attitude figure (Ref. TASK 12-
11-28-860-001)
or
- use the FQIC input parameters to find the aircraft attitude figure
(Ref. TASK 12-11-28-860-002).



EFF :

ALL  12-11-28

Page 381
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
**ON A/C ALL

4. Procedure
_________

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 401-499, 501-509,

(Ref. Fig. 306/TASK 12-11-28-991-009)

R **ON A/C 251-299, 511-526, 528-599,

(Ref. Fig. 306A/TASK 12-11-28-991-009-B)

**ON A/C 301-399,

(Ref. Fig. 306B/TASK 12-11-28-991-009-A)

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-105, 151-199, 201-213,

(Ref. Fig. 307/TASK 12-11-28-991-011)

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 401-499, 501-509,

Subtask 12-11-28-869-053

A. Use of the Magnetic Level Indicators (MLI)

(1) Use the flow chart and do these steps:


(Ref. Fig. 308/TASK 12-11-28-991-012, 309/TASK 12-11-28-991-024)

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

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

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

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



EFF :

ALL  12-11-28

Page 382
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
R How to Read a Wing Tank MLI
Figure 308/TASK 12-11-28-991-012


R

EFF : 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199,
201-249, 401-499, 501-509,
 12-11-28

Page 383
Nov 01/09
 
CES 
How to Read a Wing Tank MLI
Figure 308A/TASK 12-11-28-991-012-B


R

EFF :

251-299, 511-526, 528-599,  12-11-28

Page 384
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
R How to Read a Wing Tank MLI
R Figure 308B/TASK 12-11-28-991-012-A


R

EFF :

301-399,  12-11-28

Page 385
Nov 01/09
 
CES 
How to Read the CTR MLI
Figure 309/TASK 12-11-28-991-024


R

EFF :

ALL  12-11-28

Page 386
Nov 01/09
 
CES 
(3) Find the volume of fuel in each tank as follows:

(a) Use the applicable MLI stick number and the applicable aircraft
attitude grid-square letter to find the correct fuel quantity
table.

NOTE : For a
____ grid reading of C3:
- use the attitude monitor reading CLEFT WING column 3 for
the LH wing
- use the attitude monitor reading CRIGHT WING column 3
for the RH wing.

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

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

R Example: MLI stick No. 1 (LH Wing)


R UNIT reading : 36
Pitch and Roll attitude : C3 on (attitude monitor)
R Fuel Quantity table reading (volumn) : 1150 liters
Specific gravity (SG) of fuel sample : 0.81 SG

R Actual fuel mass at 0.81 SG = 1150 x 0.81 = 931.5

NOTE : The above example is for one MLI only.


____

R
R - MLI Stick No.1 Attitudes A and G
R (Ref. Fig. 310/TASK 12-11-28-991-014)

- MLI Stick No.2 Attitudes A and G


R (Ref. Fig. 311/TASK 12-11-28-991-025)

- MLI Stick No.3 Attitudes A and G


R (Ref. Fig. 312/TASK 12-11-28-991-015)

- MLI Stick No.4 Attitudes A and G


R (Ref. Fig. 313/TASK 12-11-28-991-026)

- MLI Stick No.5 Attitudes A and G


R (Ref. Fig. 314/TASK 12-11-28-991-036)
R


R

EFF : 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199,
201-249, 401-499, 501-509,
 12-11-28

Page 387
Nov 01/09
 
CES 
R Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.1 Attitudes A and G
R Figure 310/TASK 12-11-28-991-014


R

EFF : 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199,
201-249, 401-499, 501-509,
 12-11-28

Page 388
Nov 01/09
 
CES 
Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.2 Attitudes A and G
Figure 311/TASK 12-11-28-991-025


R

EFF : 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199,
201-249, 251-299, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
 12-11-28

Page 389
Feb 01/10
528-599, 
CES 
Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.3 Attitudes A and G
Figure 312/TASK 12-11-28-991-015


R

EFF : 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199,
201-249, 251-299, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
 12-11-28

Page 390
Feb 01/10
528-599, 
CES 
Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.4 Attitudes A and G
Figure 313/TASK 12-11-28-991-026


R

EFF : 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199,
201-249, 251-299, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
 12-11-28

Page 391
Feb 01/10
528-599, 
CES 
Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.5 Attitudes A and G
Figure 314/TASK 12-11-28-991-036


R

EFF : 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199,
201-249, 251-299, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
 12-11-28

Page 392
Feb 01/10
528-599, 
CES 
R - MLI Stick No.1 Attitudes B and F
R (Ref. Fig. 315/TASK 12-11-28-991-016)

- MLI Stick No.2 Attitudes B and F


R (Ref. Fig. 316/TASK 12-11-28-991-027)

- MLI Stick No.3 Attitudes B and F


R (Ref. Fig. 317/TASK 12-11-28-991-017)

- MLI Stick No.4 Attitudes B and F


R (Ref. Fig. 318/TASK 12-11-28-991-028)

- MLI Stick No.5 Attitudes B and F


R (Ref. Fig. 319/TASK 12-11-28-991-037)
R
R - MLI Stick No.1 Attitudes C and E
R (Ref. Fig. 320/TASK 12-11-28-991-018)

- MLI Stick No.2 Attitudes C and E


R (Ref. Fig. 321/TASK 12-11-28-991-029)

- MLI Stick No.3 Attitudes C and E


R (Ref. Fig. 322/TASK 12-11-28-991-019)

- MLI Stick No.4 Attitudes C and E


R (Ref. Fig. 323/TASK 12-11-28-991-030)

- MLI Stick No.5 Attitudes C and E


R (Ref. Fig. 324/TASK 12-11-28-991-038)
R
R - MLI Stick No.1 Attitude D
R (Ref. Fig. 325/TASK 12-11-28-991-020)

- MLI Stick No.2 Attitude D


R (Ref. Fig. 326/TASK 12-11-28-991-031)

- MLI Stick No.3 Attitude D


R (Ref. Fig. 327/TASK 12-11-28-991-034)

- MLI Stick No.4 Attitude D


R (Ref. Fig. 328/TASK 12-11-28-991-035)

- MLI Stick No.5 Attitude D


R (Ref. Fig. 329/TASK 12-11-28-991-039)

- CTR MLI Attitudes A and G


R (Ref. Fig. 330/TASK 12-11-28-991-021)


R

EFF : 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199,
201-249, 401-499, 501-509,
 12-11-28

Page 393
Nov 01/09
 
CES 
R Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.1 Attitudes B and F
R Figure 315/TASK 12-11-28-991-016


R

EFF : 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199,
201-249, 401-499, 501-509,
 12-11-28

Page 394
Nov 01/09
 
CES 
Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.2 Attitudes B and F
Figure 316/TASK 12-11-28-991-027


R

EFF : 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199,
201-249, 251-299, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
 12-11-28

Page 395
Feb 01/10
528-599, 
CES 
Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.3 Attitudes B and F
Figure 317/TASK 12-11-28-991-017


R

EFF : 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199,
201-249, 251-299, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
 12-11-28

Page 396
Feb 01/10
528-599, 
CES 
Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.4 Attitudes B and F
Figure 318/TASK 12-11-28-991-028


R

EFF : 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199,
201-249, 251-299, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
 12-11-28

Page 397
Feb 01/10
528-599, 
CES 
Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.5 Attitudes B and F
Figure 319/TASK 12-11-28-991-037


R

EFF : 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199,
201-249, 251-299, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
 12-11-28

Page 398
Feb 01/10
528-599, 
CES 
R Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.1 Attitudes C and E
R Figure 320/TASK 12-11-28-991-018


R

EFF : 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199,
201-249, 401-499, 501-509,
 12-11-28

Page 399
Nov 01/09
 
CES 
Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.2 Attitudes C and E
Figure 321/TASK 12-11-28-991-029


R

EFF : 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199,
201-249, 251-299, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
 12-11-28

Page A300
Feb 01/10
528-599, 
CES 
Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.3 Attitudes C and E
Figure 322/TASK 12-11-28-991-019


R

EFF : 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199,
201-249, 251-299, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
 12-11-28

Page A301
Feb 01/10
528-599, 
CES 
Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.4 Attitudes C and E
Figure 323/TASK 12-11-28-991-030


R

EFF : 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199,
201-249, 251-299, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
 12-11-28

Page A302
Feb 01/10
528-599, 
CES 
Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.5 Attitudes C and E
Figure 324/TASK 12-11-28-991-038


R

EFF : 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199,
201-249, 251-299, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
 12-11-28

Page A303
Feb 01/10
528-599, 
CES 
R Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.1 Attitude D
R Figure 325/TASK 12-11-28-991-020


R

EFF : 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199,
201-249, 401-499, 501-509,
 12-11-28

Page A304
Nov 01/09
 
CES 
Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.2 Attitude D
Figure 326/TASK 12-11-28-991-031


R

EFF : 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199,
201-249, 251-299, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
 12-11-28

Page A305
Feb 01/10
528-599, 
CES 
Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.3 Attitude D
Figure 327/TASK 12-11-28-991-034


R

EFF : 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199,
201-249, 251-299, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
 12-11-28

Page A306
Feb 01/10
528-599, 
CES 
Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.4 Attitude D
Figure 328/TASK 12-11-28-991-035


R

EFF : 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199,
201-249, 251-299, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
 12-11-28

Page A307
Feb 01/10
528-599, 
CES 
Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.5 Attitude D
Figure 329/TASK 12-11-28-991-039


R

EFF : 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199,
201-249, 251-299, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
 12-11-28

Page A308
Feb 01/10
528-599, 
CES 
Fuel Quantity - CTR MLI Attitudes A and G
R Figure 330/TASK 12-11-28-991-021


R

EFF :

ALL  12-11-28

Page A309
Nov 01/09
 
CES 
- CTR MLI Attitudes B and F
(Ref. Fig. 331/TASK 12-11-28-991-032)

- CTR MLI Attitudes C and E


(Ref. Fig. 332/TASK 12-11-28-991-022)

- CTR MLI Attitude D.


(Ref. Fig. 333/TASK 12-11-28-991-033)

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

NOTE : The MLI are accurate to +/- 5% of their indication. This is


____
not sufficiently accurate to use them as a datum for the Fuel
Quantity Indication (FQI).

(5) Multiply the total volume of the fuel by the SG of the fuel. The
result is the total mass of the fuel.

NOTE : When the outer cell is full it is not possible to get an


____
accurate reading above 220 l (58.1173 USgal). This is because
of the MLI No.5 position and the shape of the cell.

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

NOTE : When the aircraft is fully refueled, the maximum capacity of


____
the inner wing cell is 6924 l (1829.1123 USgal).

R **ON A/C 251-299, 511-526, 528-599,

Subtask 12-11-28-869-053-B

A. Use of the Magnetic Level Indicators (MLI)

(1) Use the flow chart and do these steps:


(Ref. Fig. 308A/TASK 12-11-28-991-012-B, 309/TASK 12-11-28-991-024)

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

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


R

EFF : 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199,
201-249, 251-299, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
 12-11-28

Page A310
Feb 01/10
528-599, 
CES 
Fuel Quantity - CTR MLI Attitudes B and F
R Figure 331/TASK 12-11-28-991-032


R

EFF :

ALL  12-11-28

Page A311
Nov 01/09
 
CES 
Fuel Quantity - CTR MLI Attitudes C and E
R Figure 332/TASK 12-11-28-991-022


R

EFF :

ALL  12-11-28

Page A312
Nov 01/09
 
CES 
Fuel Quantity - CTR MLI Attitude D
R Figure 333/TASK 12-11-28-991-033


R

EFF :

ALL  12-11-28

Page A313
Nov 01/09
 
CES 
(c) Read the units mark nearest to the bottom-skin of the wing and
write down the number.

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

(3) Find the volume of fuel in each tank as follows:

(a) Use the applicable MLI stick number and the applicable aircraft
attitude grid-square letter to find the correct fuel quantity
table.

NOTE : For a
____ grid reading of C3:
- use the attitude monitor reading CLEFT WING column 3 for
the LH wing
- use the attitude monitor reading CRIGHT WING column 3
for the RH wing.

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

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

Example: MLI stick No. 2 (LH Wing)


UNIT reading : 20
Pitch and Roll attitude : C3 on (attitude monitor)
Fuel Quantity table reading (volumn) : 4000 liters
Specific gravity (SG) of fuel sample : 0.81 SG

Actual fuel mass at 0.81 SG = 4000 x 0.81 = 3240

NOTE : The above example is for one MLI only.


____

- MLI Stick No.2 Attitudes A and G


(Ref. Fig. 311/TASK 12-11-28-991-025)

- MLI Stick No.3 Attitudes A and G


(Ref. Fig. 312/TASK 12-11-28-991-015)

- MLI Stick No.4 Attitudes A and G


(Ref. Fig. 313/TASK 12-11-28-991-026)

- MLI Stick No.5 Attitudes A and G


R

EFF :

251-299, 511-526, 528-599,  12-11-28

Page A314
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
(Ref. Fig. 314/TASK 12-11-28-991-036)

- MLI Stick No.2 Attitudes B and F


(Ref. Fig. 316/TASK 12-11-28-991-027)

- MLI Stick No.3 Attitudes B and F


(Ref. Fig. 317/TASK 12-11-28-991-017)

- MLI Stick No.4 Attitudes B and F


(Ref. Fig. 318/TASK 12-11-28-991-028)

- MLI Stick No.5 Attitudes B and F


(Ref. Fig. 319/TASK 12-11-28-991-037)

- MLI Stick No.2 Attitudes C and E


(Ref. Fig. 321/TASK 12-11-28-991-029)

- MLI Stick No.3 Attitudes C and E


(Ref. Fig. 322/TASK 12-11-28-991-019)

- MLI Stick No.4 Attitudes C and E


(Ref. Fig. 323/TASK 12-11-28-991-030)

- MLI Stick No.5 Attitudes C and E


(Ref. Fig. 324/TASK 12-11-28-991-038)

- MLI Stick No.2 Attitude D


(Ref. Fig. 326/TASK 12-11-28-991-031)

- MLI Stick No.3 Attitude D


(Ref. Fig. 327/TASK 12-11-28-991-034)

- MLI Stick No.4 Attitude D


(Ref. Fig. 328/TASK 12-11-28-991-035)

- MLI Stick No.5 Attitude D


(Ref. Fig. 329/TASK 12-11-28-991-039)

- CTR MLI Attitudes A and G


(Ref. Fig. 330/TASK 12-11-28-991-021)

- CTR MLI Attitudes B and F


(Ref. Fig. 331/TASK 12-11-28-991-032)

- CTR MLI Attitudes C and E


(Ref. Fig. 332/TASK 12-11-28-991-022)


R

EFF :

251-299, 511-526, 528-599,  12-11-28

Page A315
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
- CTR MLI Attitude D.
(Ref. Fig. 333/TASK 12-11-28-991-033)

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

NOTE : The MLI are accurate to +/- 5% of their indication. This is


____
not sufficiently accurate to use them as a datum for the Fuel
Quantity Indication (FQI).

(5) Multiply the total volume of the fuel by the SG of the fuel. The
result is the total mass of the fuel.

NOTE : When the outer cell is full it is not possible to get an


____
accurate reading above 220 l (58.1173 USgal). This is because
of the MLI No.5 position and the shape of the cell.

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

NOTE : When the aircraft is fully refueled, the maximum capacity of


____
the inner wing cell is 6924 l (1829.1123 USgal).

**ON A/C 301-399,

Subtask 12-11-28-869-053-A

A. Use of the Magnetic Level Indicators (MLI)

(1) Use the flow chart and do these steps:


(Ref. Fig. 308B/TASK 12-11-28-991-012-A, 309/TASK 12-11-28-991-024)

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

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

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

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


R

EFF :

251-299, 301-399, 511-526, 528-599,  12-11-28

Page A316
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
(3) Find the volume of fuel in each tank as follows:

(a) Use the applicable MLI stick number and the applicable aircraft
attitude grid-square letter to find the correct fuel quantity
table.

NOTE : For a
____ grid reading of C3:
- use the attitude monitor reading CLEFT WING column 3 for
the LH wing
- use the attitude monitor reading CRIGHT WING column 3
for the RH wing.

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

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

R Example: MLI stick No. 1 (LH Wing)


UNIT reading : 20
Pitch and Roll attitude : C3 on (attitude monitor)
R Fuel Quantity table reading (volumn) : 500 liters
Specific gravity (SG) of fuel sample : 0.81 SG

R Actual fuel mass at 0.81 SG = 500 x 0.81 = 405

NOTE : The above example is for one MLI only.


____

R
R - MLI Stick No.1 Attitudes A and G
R (Ref. Fig. 334/TASK 12-11-28-991-055)

- MLI Stick No.2 Attitudes A and G


R (Ref. Fig. 335/TASK 12-11-28-991-056)

- MLI Stick No.3 Attitudes A and G


R (Ref. Fig. 336/TASK 12-11-28-991-057)

- MLI Stick No.4 Attitudes A and G


R (Ref. Fig. 337/TASK 12-11-28-991-058)

R - MLI Stick No.5 Attitudes A and G


R (Ref. Fig. 338/TASK 12-11-28-991-059)
R


R

EFF :

301-399,  12-11-28

Page A317
Nov 01/09
 
CES 
R Fuel Quantity - MLI 1 Attitudes A and G (A321 Aircraft)
R Figure 334/TASK 12-11-28-991-055



EFF :

301-399,  12-11-28

Page A318
Nov 01/09
 
CES 
Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.2 Attitudes A and G (A321 Aircraft)
Figure 335/TASK 12-11-28-991-056


R

EFF :

251-299, 301-399, 511-526, 528-599,  12-11-28

Page A319
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.3 Attitudes A and G (A321 Aircraft)
Figure 336/TASK 12-11-28-991-057


R

EFF :

251-299, 301-399, 511-526, 528-599,  12-11-28

Page A320
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.4 Attitudes A and G (A321 Aircraft)
Figure 337/TASK 12-11-28-991-058


R

EFF :

251-299, 301-399, 511-526, 528-599,  12-11-28

Page A321
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
R Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.5 Attitudes A and G (A321 Aircraft)
R Figure 338/TASK 12-11-28-991-059



EFF :

301-399,  12-11-28

Page A322
Nov 01/09
 
CES 
R - MLI Stick No.6 Attitudes A and G
R (Ref. Fig. 339/TASK 12-11-28-991-040)
R
R - MLI Stick No.7 Attitudes A and G
R (Ref. Fig. 340/TASK 12-11-28-991-044)
R
R - MLI Stick No.1 Attitudes B and F
R (Ref. Fig. 341/TASK 12-11-28-991-060)
R
- MLI Stick No.2 Attitudes B and F
R (Ref. Fig. 342/TASK 12-11-28-991-061)

- MLI Stick No.3 Attitudes B and F


R (Ref. Fig. 343/TASK 12-11-28-991-062)

- MLI Stick No.4 Attitudes B and F


R (Ref. Fig. 344/TASK 12-11-28-991-063)
R
R - MLI Stick No.5 Attitudes B and F
R (Ref. Fig. 345/TASK 12-11-28-991-064)
R
R - MLI Stick No.6 Attitudes B and F
R (Ref. Fig. 346/TASK 12-11-28-991-041)
R
R - MLI Stick No.7 Attitudes B and F
R (Ref. Fig. 347/TASK 12-11-28-991-045)

R - MLI Stick No.1 Attitudes C and E


R (Ref. Fig. 348/TASK 12-11-28-991-065)
R
- MLI Stick No.2 Attitudes C and E
R (Ref. Fig. 349/TASK 12-11-28-991-066)

- MLI Stick No.3 Attitudes C and E


R (Ref. Fig. 350/TASK 12-11-28-991-067)

- MLI Stick No.4 Attitudes C and E


R (Ref. Fig. 351/TASK 12-11-28-991-068)
R
R - MLI Stick No.5 Attitudes C and E
R (Ref. Fig. 352/TASK 12-11-28-991-069)
R
R - MLI Stick No.6 Attitudes C and E
R (Ref. Fig. 353/TASK 12-11-28-991-042)
R
R - MLI Stick No.7 Attitudes C and E
R (Ref. Fig. 354/TASK 12-11-28-991-046)



EFF :

301-399,  12-11-28

Page A323
Nov 01/09
 
CES 
R Fuel Quantity - MLI 6 Attitudes A and G (A321 Aircraft)
R Figure 339/TASK 12-11-28-991-040



EFF :

301-399,  12-11-28

Page A324
Nov 01/09
 
CES 
R Fuel Quantity - MLI 7 Attitudes A and G (A321 Aircraft)
R Figure 340/TASK 12-11-28-991-044



EFF :

301-399,  12-11-28

Page A325
Nov 01/09
 
CES 
R Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.1 Attitudes B and F (A321 Aircraft)
R Figure 341/TASK 12-11-28-991-060



EFF :

301-399,  12-11-28

Page A326
Nov 01/09
 
CES 
Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.2 Attitudes B and F (A321 Aircraft)
Figure 342/TASK 12-11-28-991-061


R

EFF :

251-299, 301-399, 511-526, 528-599,  12-11-28

Page A327
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.3 Attitudes B and F (A321 Aircraft)
Figure 343/TASK 12-11-28-991-062


R

EFF :

251-299, 301-399, 511-526, 528-599,  12-11-28

Page A328
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.4 Attitudes B and F (A321 Aircraft)
Figure 344/TASK 12-11-28-991-063


R

EFF :

251-299, 301-399, 511-526, 528-599,  12-11-28

Page A329
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
R Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.5 Attitudes B and F (A321 Aircraft)
R Figure 345/TASK 12-11-28-991-064



EFF :

301-399,  12-11-28

Page A330
Nov 01/09
 
CES 
R Fuel Quantity - MLI 6 Attitudes B and F (A321 Aircraft)
R Figure 346/TASK 12-11-28-991-041



EFF :

301-399,  12-11-28

Page A331
Nov 01/09
 
CES 
R Fuel Quantity - MLI 7 Attitudes B and F (A321 Aircraft)
R Figure 347/TASK 12-11-28-991-045



EFF :

301-399,  12-11-28

Page A332
Nov 01/09
 
CES 
R Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.1 Attitudes C and E (A321 Aircraft)
R Figure 348/TASK 12-11-28-991-065



EFF :

301-399,  12-11-28

Page A333
Nov 01/09
 
CES 
Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.2 Attitudes C and E (A321 Aircraft)
Figure 349/TASK 12-11-28-991-066


R

EFF :

251-299, 301-399, 511-526, 528-599,  12-11-28

Page A334
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.3 Attitudes C and E (A321 Aircraft)
Figure 350/TASK 12-11-28-991-067


R

EFF :

251-299, 301-399, 511-526, 528-599,  12-11-28

Page A335
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.4 Attitudes C and E (A321 Aircraft)
Figure 351/TASK 12-11-28-991-068


R

EFF :

251-299, 301-399, 511-526, 528-599,  12-11-28

Page A336
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
R Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.5 Attitudes C and E (A321 Aircraft)
R Figure 352/TASK 12-11-28-991-069



EFF :

301-399,  12-11-28

Page A337
Nov 01/09
 
CES 
R Fuel Quantity - MLI 6 Attitudes C and E (A321 Aircraft)
R Figure 353/TASK 12-11-28-991-042



EFF :

301-399,  12-11-28

Page A338
Nov 01/09
 
CES 
R Fuel Quantity - MLI 7 Attitudes C and E (A321 Aircraft)
R Figure 354/TASK 12-11-28-991-046



EFF :

301-399,  12-11-28

Page A339
Nov 01/09
 
CES 
R
R - MLI Stick No.1 Attitude D
R (Ref. Fig. 355/TASK 12-11-28-991-070)

- MLI Stick No.2 Attitude D


R (Ref. Fig. 356/TASK 12-11-28-991-071)

- MLI Stick No.3 Attitude D


R (Ref. Fig. 357/TASK 12-11-28-991-072)

- MLI Stick No.4 Attitude D


R (Ref. Fig. 358/TASK 12-11-28-991-073)
R
R - MLI Stick No.5 Attitude D
R (Ref. Fig. 359/TASK 12-11-28-991-074)
R
R - MLI Stick No.6 Attitude D
R (Ref. Fig. 360/TASK 12-11-28-991-043)
R
R - MLI Stick No.7 Attitude D
R (Ref. Fig. 361/TASK 12-11-28-991-047)

- CTR MLI Attitudes A and G


R (Ref. Fig. 330/TASK 12-11-28-991-021)

- CTR MLI Attitudes B and F


R (Ref. Fig. 331/TASK 12-11-28-991-032)

- CTR MLI Attitudes C and E


R (Ref. Fig. 332/TASK 12-11-28-991-022)

- CTR MLI Attitude D.


R (Ref. Fig. 333/TASK 12-11-28-991-033)

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

NOTE : The MLI are accurate to +/- 5% of their indication. This is


____
not sufficiently accurate to use them as a datum for the FQI.

NOTE : When the aircraft is fully refueled, the maximum capacity of


____
the wing cell is 7750 l (2047.3167 USgal).

(5) Multiply the total volume of the fuel by the SG of the fuel. The
result is the total mass of the fuel.



EFF :

301-399,  12-11-28

Page A340
Nov 01/09
 
CES 
R Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.1 Attitudes D (A321 Aircraft)
R Figure 355/TASK 12-11-28-991-070



EFF :

301-399,  12-11-28

Page A341
Nov 01/09
 
CES 
Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.2 Attitudes D (A321 Aircraft)
Figure 356/TASK 12-11-28-991-071


R

EFF :

251-299, 301-399, 511-526, 528-599,  12-11-28

Page A342
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.3 Attitudes D (A321 Aircraft)
Figure 357/TASK 12-11-28-991-072


R

EFF :

251-299, 301-399, 511-526, 528-599,  12-11-28

Page A343
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.4 Attitudes D (A321 Aircraft)
Figure 358/TASK 12-11-28-991-073


R

EFF :

251-299, 301-399, 511-526, 528-599,  12-11-28

Page A344
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
R Fuel Quantity - MLI Stick No.5 Attitudes D (A321 Aircraft)
R Figure 359/TASK 12-11-28-991-074



EFF :

301-399,  12-11-28

Page A345
Nov 01/09
 
CES 
R Fuel Quantity - MLI 6 Attitude D (A321 Aircraft)
R Figure 360/TASK 12-11-28-991-043



EFF :

301-399,  12-11-28

Page A346
Nov 01/09
 
CES 
R Fuel Quantity - MLI 7 Attitude D (A321 Aircraft)
R Figure 361/TASK 12-11-28-991-047



EFF :

301-399,  12-11-28

Page A347
Nov 01/09
 
CES 
**ON A/C ALL

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 12-11-28-410-058

A. Close Access

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

(2) Close the access door 192MB.

Subtask 12-11-28-942-059

B. Removal of Equipment

(1) Remove the safety barriers.

(2) Remove the warning notice(s).

(3) Remove the access platform(s).

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



EFF :

ALL  12-11-28

Page A348
Nov 01/09
 
CES 
HYDRAULIC FLUIDS - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
____________________________________________

1. _______
General
The hydraulic fluid instructions give specifications and special
instructions.

A. Specifications of Phosphate Ester Base Fluids.

R (1) The aircraft hydraulic systems are filled with hydraulic fluids on
R phosphate ester base. The Material Numbers (Mat No.) are as follows:
- 02-003,
- 02-003A,
- 02-003B,
- 02-003C,
- 02-003D.
R - 02-003E

(2) The hydraulic fluid is specified by the operator. All fluids are to
NSA 307110 specification. They can be mixed.

R (3) For the fluid characteristics refer to Fig. 001.


(Ref. Fig. 001)

B. Fluid Monitoring

(1) Hydraulic fluid with a high degree of cleanliness is required for the
correct operation of the hydraulic systems and equipment.

R (2) To monitor the hydraulic fluid, it is necessary to frequently sample,


R count particles (physical contamination) and inspect the filter
R clogging indicators.

(3) If the filter clogging indicator is shown you must:


R - Stop the related hydraulic system
R - Replace the clogged filter
- Take a sample of the system hydraulic fluid and send it for
analysis.

R (4) Use the results of the analysis record (physical contamination) to


R reclaim the hydraulic fluid:
R - (Ref. 12-36-29-600-004)
R - (Ref. 12-36-29-600-005)
- (Ref. 12-36-29-600-006).

R NOTE : The number of particles contained in 100 cm3 (6.10 in.3) of


____
R hydraulic fluid must not be more the class 9 requirements of
the NAS specification 1638 (final or rejection state).



EFF :

ALL  12-12-00

Page 1
May 01/08
 
CES 
R Characteristics of Phosphate Ester Base - Hydraulic Fluids
R Figure 001 (SHEET 1)



EFF :

ALL  12-12-00

Page 2
May 01/08
 
CES 
R Characteristics of Phosphate Ester Base - Hydraulic Fluids
R Figure 001 (SHEET 2)



EFF :

ALL  12-12-00

Page 3
May 01/08
 
CES 
NOTE : The degree of cleanliness of the hydraulic fluid used for
____
R replenishing (topping up of the hydraulic systems and
R hydraulic cart reservoirs) must agree with class 7 of the NAS
specification 1638 (initial state).

C. Hydraulic Ground Power Cart


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

D. Hydraulic Fluid Property In-Service limits.


The hydraulic fluid property in-service limits are:
- The physical properties,
- The chemical properties.
(Ref. Fig. 002)

NOTE : The maximum water contents permitted by the manufacture in


____
hydraulic fluids is 0.8 %. But this limit together with very high
temperatures decreases the life of the hydraulic fluids. Airbus
Industrie thus recommends to decrease the limit to 0.5 % which
will increase the life of the hydraulic fluid.

(1) The quality of the hydraulic fluid must be in the limits given in
Fig. 002.

(a) If the water or chlorine content of the hydraulic fluid are equal
or more than the permitted values:
Clean it with the HYDRAULIC PURIFIER (HSPA181-380J):
- (Ref: 12-36-29-615-001)
- (Ref: 12-36-29-615-002)
- (Ref: 12-36-29-615-003)
Or change the hydraulic fluid:
- (Ref: 12-36-29-600-001)
- (Ref: 12-36-29-600-002)
- (Ref: 12-36-29-600-003)

(b) If the acidity, density or viscosity of the hydraulic fluid are


more than the permitted values:
Change the hydraulic fluid:
- (Ref: 12-36-29-600-001)
- (Ref: 12-36-29-600-002)
- (Ref: 12-36-29-600-003)



EFF :

ALL  12-12-00

Page 4
May 01/08
 
CES 
Hydraulic Fluid Property In-Service Limits
Figure 002



EFF :

ALL  12-12-00

Page 5
May 01/08
R  
CES 
(c) If the conductivity of the hydraulic fluid is less than the
permitted value:
Change the hydraulic fluid:
- (Ref: 12-36-29-600-001)
- (Ref: 12-36-29-600-002)
- (Ref: 12-36-29-600-003)

E. Specifications of Mineral Base Fluids.

(1) Each aircraft landing-gear shock-absorber is supplied filled with a


hydraulic fluid (Mat. No 02-001) to the MIL-H-5606 specification.

(2) Fluid Characteristics.


(Ref. Fig. 003)

F. Safety Precautions (Ref. TASK 29-00-00-910-00200).



EFF :

ALL  12-12-00

Page 6
May 01/08
R  
CES 
Characteristics of Mineral Base Fluids
Figure 003



EFF :

ALL  12-12-00

Page 7
May 01/08
 
CES 
HYDRAULIC POWER - SERVICING
___________________________

TASK 12-12-29-611-001

Fill the Hydraulic Fluid Reservoir with a Hand Pump

WARNING : DO NOT GET THE FLUID ON YOUR SKIN OR IN YOUR EYES. IF YOU DO:
_______
- FLUSH IT AWAY WITH CLEAN WATER
- GET MEDICAL AID.

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE TRAVEL RANGES OF THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES ARE
_______
CLEAR BEFORE YOU PRESSURIZE/DEPRESSURIZE A HYDRAULIC SYSTEM.

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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

No specific hydraulic fluid container


No specific warning notices
No specific access platform 2 m (6 ft. 7 in.)

B. Consumable Materials

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

Material No. 02-003 F NSA 307110 TYPE 4


R NO LONGER AVAILABLE (Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 02-003A F NSA 307110 TYPE 4
HYDRAULIC FLUID (PHOSPHATE ESTER BASE)
(Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 02-003B F NSA 307-110 TYPE 4
HYDRAULIC FLUID (PHOSPHATE ESTER BASE)
(Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 02-003C F NSA 307-110 TYPE IV
R NO LONGER AVAILABLE (Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 02-003D F NSA 307-110 TYPE IV
HYDRAULIC FLUID (PHOSPHATE ESTER BASE)
(Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 02-003E F NSA 307-110
HYDRAULIC FLUID (Ref. 20-31-00)



EFF :

ALL  12-12-29

Page 301
Nov 01/08
 
CES 
C. Referenced Information

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

12-14-29-614-001 Fill the Hydraulic Power Accumulators


1070GM/2070GM/3070GM with Nitrogen
24-41-00-861-002 Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the
External Power
24-41-00-862-002 De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits Supplied
from the External Power
29-00-00-864-001 Put the Related Hydraulic System in the Depressurized
Configuration before Maintenance Action
29-00-00-870-003 Bleeding Procedure of the Green Hydraulic System
Downstream of the Engine Pump
29-00-00-870-007 Bleeding Procedure of the Yellow Hydraulic System
Downstream of the Engine Pump
29-00-00-870-008 Bleeding Procedure of the Blue Hydraulic System
Upstream of the Blue E-Pump
29-00-00-870-009 Bleeding Procedure of the Blue Hydraulic System
Downstream of the Blue E-Pump
29-00-00-910-002 Safety Procedures of the Hydraulic System
29-10-00-680-001 Drainage of the Reservoir of the Green Hydraulic
System
29-10-00-680-002 Drainage of the Reservoir of the Yellow Hydraulic
System
29-10-00-680-003 Drainage of the Reservoir of the Blue Hydraulic
System
29-14-00-614-002 Pressurization of the Hydraulic Reservoirs through
the Ground Connector
29-24-00-863-001 Pressurize the Yellow Hydraulic System with the
Electric Pump
29-24-00-864-001 Depressurize the Yellow Hydraulic System
32-12-00-010-001 Open the Main Gear Doors for Access
32-12-00-410-001 Close the Main Gear Doors after Access
32-44-11-200-001 Check Nitrogen Charge Pressure On Parking/Emergency
Accumulator By Reading Gauge
12-12-29-991-001 Fig. 301



EFF :

ALL  12-12-29

Page 302
Nov 01/08
R  
CES 
3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 12-12-29-860-051

A. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

WARNING : OBEY THE HYDRAULIC SAFETY PROCEDURES.


_______

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

(2) Make sure that the aircraft is in this configuration:


- the speed brakes and the spoilers are retracted,
- the thrust reversers are stowed (closed),
- the landing gear is extended and the landing gear doors are closed,
R - the FWD and aft cargo-compartment doors 825 and 826 are closed,
- all the other hydraulically controlled systems are in the normal
position.

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

NOTE : Do not depressurize the system reservoirs.


____

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


002).

Subtask 12-12-29-010-054

B. Get Access

R (1) Open the left Main Landing Gear (MLG) door (Ref. TASK 32-12-00-010-
001).

(2) Open the access panels 197CB, 198CB.

(3) Put the access platform in position.



EFF :

ALL  12-12-29

Page 303
Aug 01/08
 
CES 
Subtask 12-12-29-210-052

C. Inspection of the Pressure Values

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

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

(3) Make sure that the pressure on the indicator of the related reservoir
is 3.5 +0.3 -0 bar (50.7631 +4.3511 -0.0000 psi). If necessary,
pressurize the reservoir (Ref. TASK 29-14-00-614-002).

Subtask 12-12-29-863-050

D. Pressurize the Auxiliary Braking System.

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

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

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

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


001).

NOTE : Do not depressurize the alternate braking system.


____

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

(6) Put the warning notices on the panel 40VU in the cockpit to tell
persons not to pressurize the hydraulic systems.



EFF :

ALL  12-12-29

Page 304
Feb 01/98
 
CES 
4. Procedure
_________

(Ref. Fig. 301/TASK 12-12-29-991-001)

Subtask 12-12-29-611-052

R A. Fill the Hydraulic Reservoirs (Refer to the Table)

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

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

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

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

R (5) Turn the selector 1134GQ to the position that is correct for the
R system you will fill.

R (6) Make sure that, on the quantity indicator 1834GQ, the colored light
R of the related system comes on.

(7) Fill the hydraulic reservoir:

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

(a) Operate the hand pump 1009GM.



EFF :

ALL  12-12-29

Page 305
May 01/08
 
CES 
Ground Service Panel of the Green Hydraulic System
Figure 301/TASK 12-12-29-991-001



EFF :

ALL  12-12-29

Page 306
Feb 01/98
 
CES 
(b) Monitor the increase of the fluid level of the related system on
the quantity indicator and do these steps:

1
_ Stop the flow of the hydraulic fluid when the pointer is
almost to the fill level given in the table.

2
_ Slowly continue to fill again, until the pointer shows almost
to the fill level given in the table.

NOTE : The hydraulic fluid volume in the reservoirs can change


____
with the temperature. For each 10 DEG.C scale Celcius
(which is each 18 DEG.F on the scale Fahrenheit) change
in outside air temperature:

- The volume in the reservoir of the Green hydraulic


system can change by 0.5 l (0.1320 USgal)

- The volume in the reservoir of the Yellow hydraulic


system can change by 0.5 l (0.1320 USgal)

- The volume in the reservoir of the Blue hydraulic


system can change by 0.25 l (0.0660 USgal).

NOTE : If the temperature is above 20 DEG.C (68.00 DEG.F) the


____
quantity indicator pointer must be in the top half of
the related scale range.

HYDRAULIC RESERVOIR CAPACITIES

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
R | SYSTEM/RESERVOIR | QUANTITY | REMARKS |
R | |-------------------------| |
R | | LITERS | US GAL | |
R |-------------------------|------------|------------|-------------------------|
R | GREEN SYSTEM | | | |
R | | | | |
R | Total Capacity | 23 | 6.1 | |
R | Max. Capacity shown on | | | |
R | the Gage | 18 | 4.8 | |
R | Fill Level | 14 | 3.7 | At 20 DEG.C (68 DEG.F) |
R | Low Level Warning | 3 | 0.8 | |
R |-------------------------|------------|------------|-------------------------|
R | BLUE SYSTEM | | | |
R | | | | |
R | Total Capacity | 10 | 2.6 | |
R | Max. Capacity shown on | | | |
R | the Gage | 8 | 2.1 | |



EFF :

ALL  12-12-29

Page 307
Aug 01/08
 
CES 
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
| SYSTEM/RESERVOIR | QUANTITY | REMARKS |
| |-------------------------| |
| | LITERS | US GAL | |
|-------------------------|------------|------------|-------------------------|
R | Fill Level | 6 | 1.6 | AT 20 DEG.C (68 DEG.F) |
R | Low Level Warning | 2 | 0.5 | |
R |-------------------------|------------|------------|-------------------------|
R | YELLOW SYSTEM | | | |
R | | | | |
R | Total Capacity | 20 | 5.3 | |
R | Max. Capacity shown on | | | |
R | the Gage | 18 | 4.8 | |
R | Fill Level | 12 | 3.2 | At 20 DEG.C (68 DEG.F) |
R | | | | with the normal nitrogen|
R | | | | precharging pressure in |
R | | | | the brake accumulator |
R | | | | 2582GM and the auxiliary|
R | | | | brake system pressurized|
R | Low Level Warning | 3 | 0.8 | |
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

(8) If a reservoir is filled too much, drain the unwanted hydraulic


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

(9) Turn the selector 1134GQ to the NEUTRAL position.

(10) Make sure that the colored light on the quantity indicator 1834GQ
goes off.

(11) Remove the flexible hose and install the blanking cap on the pump.

(12) Put the flexible hose back in position in the service panel
compartment of the Green hydraulic system.

(13) Remove the hand pump lever 3270GM from the hand pump 1009GM. Then put
the hand pump lever in position on the service panel of the Yellow
hydraulic system.



EFF :

ALL  12-12-29

Page 308
Aug 01/08
 
CES 
(14) If you filled the hydraulic reservoir after:
- Maintenance
- Removal/installation of hydraulic components
- Hydraulic fluid low level (loss of the hydraulic system)
- High loss of hydraulic fluid,

(a) Use the related bleeding procedure as follows:


- For the reservoir of the Green hydraulic system (Ref. TASK 29-
00-00-870-003)
- For the reservoir of the Yellow hydraulic system (Ref. TASK 29-
00-00-870-007)
- For the reservoir of the Blue hydraulic system (Ref. TASK 29-
00-00-870-008) and (Ref. TASK 29-00-00-870-009).

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 12-12-29-410-054

A. Close Access

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

(2) Close the access panels 197CB, 198CB and if necessary 197EB.

Subtask 12-12-29-860-050

B. Put the aircraft back to its initial configuration.

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


002).

(2) Remove the warning notice(s).

(3) Remove the access platform(s).



EFF :

ALL  12-12-29

Page 309
Aug 01/08
R  
CES 
TASK 12-12-29-611-002

Fill the Hydraulic Fluid Reservoir with a Hydraulic Service Cart

WARNING : DO NOT GET THE FLUID ON YOUR SKIN OR IN YOUR EYES. IF YOU DO:
_______
- FLUSH IT AWAY WITH CLEAN WATER
- GET MEDICAL AID.

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE TRAVEL RANGES OF THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES ARE
_______
CLEAR BEFORE YOU PRESSURIZE/DEPRESSURIZE A HYDRAULIC SYSTEM.

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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

No specific hydraulic service cart


No specific warning notices
No specific access platform 2 m (6 ft. 7 in.)

B. Consumable Materials

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

Material No. 02-003 F NSA 307110 TYPE 4


R NO LONGER AVAILABLE (Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 02-003A F NSA 307110 TYPE 4
HYDRAULIC FLUID (PHOSPHATE ESTER BASE)
(Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 02-003B F NSA 307-110 TYPE 4
HYDRAULIC FLUID (PHOSPHATE ESTER BASE)
(Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 02-003C F NSA 307-110 TYPE IV
R NO LONGER AVAILABLE (Ref. 20-31-00)



EFF :

ALL  12-12-29

Page 310
Nov 01/08
 
CES 
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Material No. 02-003D F NSA 307-110 TYPE IV


HYDRAULIC FLUID (PHOSPHATE ESTER BASE)
(Ref. 20-31-00)
R Material No. 02-003E F NSA 307-110
R HYDRAULIC FLUID (Ref. 20-31-00)

C. Referenced Information

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

12-14-29-614-001 Fill the Hydraulic Power Accumulators


1070GM/2070GM/3070GM with Nitrogen
24-41-00-861-002 Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the
External Power
24-41-00-862-002 De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits Supplied
from the External Power
29-00-00-864-001 Put the Related Hydraulic System in the Depressurized
Configuration before Maintenance Action
29-00-00-870-003 Bleeding Procedure of the Green Hydraulic System
Downstream of the Engine Pump
29-00-00-870-007 Bleeding Procedure of the Yellow Hydraulic System
Downstream of the Engine Pump
29-00-00-870-008 Bleeding Procedure of the Blue Hydraulic System
Upstream of the Blue E-Pump
29-00-00-870-009 Bleeding Procedure of the Blue Hydraulic System
Downstream of the Blue E-Pump
29-00-00-910-002 Safety Procedures of the Hydraulic System
29-10-00-680-001 Drainage of the Reservoir of the Green Hydraulic
System
29-10-00-680-002 Drainage of the Reservoir of the Yellow Hydraulic
System
29-10-00-680-003 Drainage of the Reservoir of the Blue Hydraulic
System
29-14-00-614-002 Pressurization of the Hydraulic Reservoirs through
the Ground Connector
29-24-00-863-001 Pressurize the Yellow Hydraulic System with the
Electric Pump
29-24-00-864-001 Depressurize the Yellow Hydraulic System
32-12-00-010-001 Open the Main Gear Doors for Access
32-12-00-410-001 Close the Main Gear Doors after Access



EFF :

ALL  12-12-29

Page 311
May 01/07
 
CES 
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

32-44-11-200-001 Check Nitrogen Charge Pressure On Parking/Emergency


Accumulator By Reading Gauge
12-12-29-991-001 Fig. 301

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 12-12-29-860-053

A. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

WARNING : OBEY THE HYDRAULIC SAFETY PROCEDURES.


_______

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

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

NOTE : Do not depressurize the system reservoirs.


____

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


002).

(4) Make sure that the aircraft is in this configuration:


- the speed brakes and the spoilers are retracted,
- the thrust reversers are stowed (closed),
- the landing gear is extended and the landing gear doors are closed,
R - the FWD and aft cargo-compartment doors 825 and 826 are closed,
- all the other hydraulically controlled systems are in the normal
position.

Subtask 12-12-29-010-056

B. Get Access

(1) Open access panel 197CB.

R (2) Open the left Main Landing Gear (MLG) door (Ref. TASK 32-12-00-010-
001).

(3) Put the access platform in position.



EFF :

ALL  12-12-29

Page 312
Aug 01/08
 
CES 
Subtask 12-12-29-210-053

C. Inspection of the Pressure Values

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

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

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


001).

(4) Make sure that the pressure on the indicator of the related reservoir
is 3.5 +0.3 -0 bar (50.7631 +4.3511 -0.0000 psi). If necessary,
pressurize the reservoir (Ref. TASK 29-14-00-614-002).

Subtask 12-12-29-863-051

D. Pressurize the Auxiliary Braking System.

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

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

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

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


001).

NOTE : Do not depressurize the alternate braking system.


____

(5) Put the warning notices in the cockpit to tell persons not to
pressurize the hydraulic systems.

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



EFF :

ALL  12-12-29

Page 313
May 01/07
R  
CES 
4. Procedure
_________

(Ref. Fig. 301/TASK 12-12-29-991-001)

Subtask 12-12-29-611-053

R A. Fill the Hydraulic Reservoirs (Refer to the Table)

R (1) Connect the Hydraulic Service Cart:

CAUTION : BE CAREFUL WHEN YOU CONNECT THE GROUND HYDRAULIC CART. MAKE
_______
SURE THAT THE SUPPLY PRESSURE AND THE FLOW RATE ARE LESS
THAN THESE LIMITS:
- THE SUPPLY PRESSURE MUST BE LESS THAN 30 BAR (435.1132
PSI).
- THE FLOW RATE MUST BE LESS THAN 12L/MIN (3.1700 US
GAL/MIN).
IF THE SUPPLY PRESSURE AND THE FLOW RATE ARE MORE THAN
THESE LIMITS, DAMAGE CAN OCCUR TO THE HYDRAULIC RESERVOIR.

R (a) Remove the blanking cap.

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

R (2) Turn the selector valve 1134GQ to the correct position of the related
R hydraulic system which you will fill.

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

R (4) Operate the hydraulic service cart:

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

R (a) Operate the hydraulic service cart with a minimum output pressure
R of 7 bar (101.5263 psi).



EFF :

ALL  12-12-29

Page 314
May 01/08
 
CES 
(b) Make sure that:
- The output pressure is not more than 30 bar (435.1131 psi)
- The flow rate is not more than 12 l.min (3.1700 USgal.mn).

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

1
_ Stop the flow of the hydraulic fluid when the pointer is
almost to the fill level given in the table.

2
_ Slowly continue to fill again until the pointer shows almost
the fill level given in the table.

NOTE : The hydraulic fluid volume in the reservoirs can change


____
with the temperature. For each 10 DEG.C scale Celcius
(which is each 18 DEG.F on the scale Fahrenheit) change
in outside air temperature:

- The volume in the reservoir of the Green hydraulic


system can change by 0.5 l (0.1320 USgal)

- The volume in the reservoir of the Yellow hydraulic


system can change by 0.5 l (0.1320 USgal)

- The volume in the reservoir of the Blue hydraulic


system can change by 0.25 l (0.0660 USgal).

NOTE : If the temperature is above 20 DEG.C (68.00 DEG.F) the


____
quantity indicator pointer must be in the top half of
the applicable scale range.

HYDRAULIC RESERVOIR CAPACITIES

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
R | SYSTEM/RESERVOIR | QUANTITY | REMARKS |
R | |-------------------------| |
R | | LITRES | US GAL | |
R |------------------------|------------|------------|--------------------------|
R | GREEN SYSTEM | |||
R | | | | |
R | Total Capacity | 23 | 6.1 | |
R | Max. Capacity shown on | | | |
R | the Gage | 18 | 4.8 | |
R | Fill Level | 14 | 3.7 | At 20 DEG.C (68 DEG.F) |
R | Low Level Warning | 3 | 0.8 | |
R |------------------------|------------|------------|--------------------------|
R | BLUE SYSTEM | | | |



EFF :

ALL  12-12-29

Page 315
Aug 01/08
 
CES 
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
| SYSTEM/RESERVOIR | QUANTITY | REMARKS |
| |-------------------------| |
| | LITRES | US GAL | |
|------------------------|------------|------------|--------------------------|
R | | | | |
R | Total Capacity | 10 | 2.6 | |
R | Max. Capacity shown on | | | |
R | the Gage | 8 | 2.1 | |
R | Fill Level | 6 | 1.6 | At 20 DEG.C (68 DEG.F) |
R | Low Level Warning | 2 | 0.5 | |
R |------------------------|------------|------------|--------------------------|
R | | | | |
R | YELLOW SYSTEM | | | |
R | | | | |
R | Total Capacity | 20 | 5.3 | |
R | Max. Capacity shown on | | | |
R | the Gage | 18 | 4.8 | |
R | Fill Level | 12 | 3.2 | At 20 DEG.C (68 DEG.F) |
R | | | | with the normal nitrogen |
R | | | | precharging pressure in |
R | | | | the brake accumulator |
R | | | | 2582GM and the auxiliary |
R | | | | brake system pressurized |
R | Low Level Warning | 3 | 0.8 | |
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

(5) If the reservoir is filled too much, drain the unwanted hydraulic
fluid:
- For the reservoir of the Green hydraulic system (Ref. TASK 29-10-
00-680-001)
- For the reservoir of the Yellow hydraulic system (Ref. TASK 29-10-
00-680-002)
- For the reservoir of the Blue hydraulic system (Ref. TASK 29-10-00-
680-003).

(6) Turn the selector 1134GQ to the NEUTRAL position.

(7) Make sure that the colored light on the quantity indicator 1834GQ
goes off.

(8) Disconnect the hydraulic service cart from the reservoir fill
connection 1007GM and install the blanking cap.



EFF :

ALL  12-12-29

Page 316
Aug 01/08
 
CES 
(9) If you filled the hydraulic system after:
- Maintenance
- Removal/installation of hydraulic components
- Hydraulic fluid low level (loss of the hydraulic system)
- High loss of hydraulic fluid.

(a) Use the related bleeding procedure as follows:


- For the reservoir of the Green hydraulic system (Ref. TASK 29-
00-00-870-003)
- For the reservoir of the Yellow hydraulic system (Ref. TASK 29-
00-00-870-007)
- For the reservoir of the Blue hydraulic system (Ref. TASK 29-
00-00-870-008)
and
(Ref. TASK 29-00-00-870-009).

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 12-12-29-410-055

A. Close Access

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

(2) Close the access panel 197CB

Subtask 12-12-29-860-052

B. Put the aircraft back to the serviceable condition.

(1) Remove the access platform.

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


002).

(3) Remove the warning notice(s).



EFF :

ALL  12-12-29

Page 317
Aug 01/08
R  
CES 
LANDING GEAR - SERVICING
________________________

TASK 12-12-32-611-001

Check Shock Absorber Fluid Level

WARNING : PUT THE SAFETY DEVICES AND THE WARNING NOTICES IN POSITION BEFORE YOU
_______
START A TASK ON OR NEAR:
- THE FLIGHT CONTROLS
- THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES
- THE LANDING GEAR AND THE RELATED DOORS
- COMPONENTS THAT MOVE.

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

WARNING : OBEY THE HYDRAULIC SAFETY PROCEDURES.


_______

WARNING : DO NOT PUT COMPRESSED GAS IN CONTACT WITH YOUR SKIN. THE GAS CAN GO
_______
THROUGH THE SKIN AND MAKE BUBBLES IN THE BLOOD. THIS CONDITION CAN
KILL YOU.

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


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

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Refer to the MPD TASK: 322113-02

R NOTE : If possible, it is recommended that the NLG shock absorber is


____
R replenished with the aircraft on jacks (Ref. TASK 12-12-32-611-005).

NOTE : This procedure must be done a minimum of 2 hours after the last
____
aircraft operation. This is to let the separation of nitrogen from
the oil in the shock absorber occur.



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 301
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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

No specific approved nitrogen supply


No specific safety barriers
No specific standard charging equipment
No specific thermometer (range -45 Deg.C to 70 Deg.C, accuracy
+/- 2 Deg.C)
No specific GAGE 200 BAR (2900 PSI) - PRESSURE (accurate to +/-
0.5 bar)
No specific 1 ACCESS PLATFORM 2M (6 FT)
No specific AR WARNING NOTICE
No specific Torque Wrench : range 0.00 to 1.20 m.daN
(0.00 to 9.00 lbf.ft)
M21930 1 FILLING ASSEMBLY

B. Consumable Materials

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

Material No. 02-001 USA MIL-PRF-5606


OIL, HYDRAULICPETROLEUM FLUID (Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 02-004
SHOCK ABSORBER FLUID (Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 02-006 USA BMS 3-32 TYPE II
SHOCK ABSORBER FLUID (Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 05-004B USA MIL-L-25567 TYPE I
OXYGEN LEAK DETECTOR (Ref. 20-31-00)



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 302
Feb 01/10
R  
CES 
C. Referenced Information

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

R
12-14-32-614-004 Check NLG Shock Absorber Charge Pressure
32-00-00-481-001 Installation of the Safety Devices on the Landing
Gears
32-22-00-010-001 Nose Gear Doors - Ground Doors Opening
32-22-00-410-001 Nose Gear Doors - Ground Doors Closing
12-12-32-991-001 Fig. 301
12-12-32-991-012 Fig. 302
12-12-32-991-034 Fig. 303
12-12-32-991-029 Fig. 304

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 12-12-32-941-050

A. Safety Precautions

(1) Put the safety barriers in position.

(2) Make sure that the ground safety locks are installed on the landing
gear (Ref. TASK 32-00-00-481-001).

(3) On panel 400VU, make sure that the landing-gear control-lever (6GA)
is in the DOWN position.

(4) Put a WARNING NOTICE on panel 400VU, to tell persons not to operate
the landing-gear controls.

(5) Put a WARNING NOTICE in position to tell persons not to operate the
NLG doors.

Subtask 12-12-32-010-050

B. Get Access

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE TRAVEL RANGES OF THE LANDING GEAR DOORS ARE
_______
CLEAR.

(1) Open the NLG doors (Ref. TASK 32-22-00-010-001).



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 303
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
(2) Install the SAFETY PIN - NLG DOOR (98D32203502000) in the linkage of
each forward NLG door (Ref. TASK 32-00-00-481-001).

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

4. Procedure
_________

(Ref. Fig. 301/TASK 12-12-32-991-001, 302/TASK 12-12-32-991-012)

NOTE : For the tasks completed with the A/C in a Weight-On-Wheels


____
configuration, the A/C must be stable (no movement of people in the
A/C).

Subtask 12-12-32-614-074

A. Preparation for Replenishment

WARNING : DO NOT GET HYDRAULIC FLUID ON YOUR SKIN, IN YOUR EYES OR IN


_______
YOUR MOUTH. HYDRAULIC FLUID IS POISONOUS AND CAN GO THROUGH
YOUR SKIN AND INTO YOUR BODY. FLUSH HYDRAULIC FLUID FROM YOUR
EYES, MOUTH OR SKIN WITH WATER. GET MEDICAL AID IF YOU GET
HYDRAULIC FLUID IN YOUR EYES OR MOUTH.

(1) Install the standard charging equipment on the FILLING ASSEMBLY as


follows:
(Ref. Fig. 302/TASK 12-12-32-991-012)

(a) Connect the hydraulic source hose (17) to the hydraulic


power-supply inflation bench (16).

(b) Make sure that the control valves (13) and (19) of the three-way
valve (12) are closed.

(c) Connect the hydraulic source hose (17) to the three-way valve
(12).

(d) Connect the filling hose (11) to the three-way valve (12).

NOTE : It is recommended to use a filling hose (11) of less than


____
3 m (9.84 ft.) long. A filling hose length of more than 3m
(9.84 ft.) will decrease pressure measurement accuracy.

(e) Remove the blanking cap (1) and the plug (5) from the FILLING
ASSEMBLY.

(f) Connect the filling hose (11) to the end fitting (2) of the
FILLING ASSEMBLY.



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 304
Feb 01/10
R  
CES 
NLG Shock Absorber Replenishment - Location and Detail
Figure 301/TASK 12-12-32-991-001



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 305
Aug 01/06
R  
CES 
R NLG Shock Absorber - Filling System
Figure 302/TASK 12-12-32-991-012



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 306
Nov 01/09
 
CES 
(g) Connect the translucent bleed hose (14) between the three-way
valve (12) and the drain container (15).

CAUTION : MAKE SURE THAT YOU USE A GAGE WITH THE SPECIFIED
_______
PRESSURE RANGE. THIS IS NECESSARY TO GET AN ACCURATE
PRESSURE MEASUREMENT.

(h) Install the GAGE 200 BAR (2900 PSI) - PRESSURE (accurate to +/-
0.5 bar) (10) on the three-way valve (12).

(i) Fill the hydraulic source with HYDRAULIC FLUIDS (Material No. 02-
001) or HYDRAULIC FLUIDS (Material No. 02-004) or HYDRAULIC
FLUIDS (Material No. 02-006).

(2) Install the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930) on the charging valve (6) as
follows:
(Ref. Fig. 301/TASK 12-12-32-991-001, 302/TASK 12-12-32-991-012)

(a) Remove the blanking cap (7) from the charging valve (6).

(b) Move the wrench (9) up to the knurled shoulder (3) and install
the FILLING ASSEMBLY on the charging valve (6).

(c) Turn the core (8) of the FILLING ASSEMBLY clockwise with the
knurled shoulder (3). Install the seal (4) on the charging valve
(6).

(3) Make sure that the charging equipment is correctly installed and does
not leak.

(4) Deflate the shock absorber as follows:

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE AREA AROUND THE AIRCRAFT IS CLEAR OF
_______
PERSONS AND EQUIPMENT. WHEN YOU PRESSURIZE/DEPRESSURIZE THE
SHOCK ABSORBER, WITH THE AIRCRAFT WEIGHT ON THE GROUND, THE
AIRCRAFT WILL MOVE.

WARNING : DO NOT LET HIGH PRESSURE GAS TOUCH YOUR SKIN. GAS BUBBLES
_______
IN YOUR BLOOD CAN KILL YOU.

(a) Move the wrench (9) down and slowly turn counterclockwise to open
the charging valve (6).
R

R NOTE : In the step that follows, make sure that you deflate the
____
R shock absorber slowly:



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 307
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
- to prevent possible shock when the shock absorber gets
to the lower limit of its travel
- so that the gas does not mix with the oil in the shock
absorber.

R (b) Slowly open the control valve (13) on the three-way valve (12) to
release the nitrogen pressure. This will let the shock absorber
fully deflate.

NOTE : The pressure gage (10) will show approximately 1 bar


____
(14.5037 psi) when the shock absorber is fully deflated.

R (c) When all the nitrogen pressure is released, close the control
valve (13) of the three-way valve (12).

Subtask 12-12-32-611-053

R B. Replenishment of the NLG Shock Absorber

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE AREA AROUND THE AIRCRAFT IS CLEAR OF PERSONS
_______
AND EQUIPMENT. WHEN YOU PRESSURIZE/DEPRESSURIZE THE SHOCK
ABSORBER, WITH THE AIRCRAFT WEIGHT ON THE GROUND, THE AIRCRAFT
WILL MOVE.

WARNING : DO NOT GET HYDRAULIC FLUID ON YOUR SKIN, IN YOUR EYES OR IN


_______
YOUR MOUTH. HYDRAULIC FLUID IS POISONOUS AND CAN GO THROUGH
YOUR SKIN AND INTO YOUR BODY. FLUSH HYDRAULIC FLUID FROM YOUR
EYES, MOUTH OR SKIN WITH WATER. GET MEDICAL AID IF YOU GET
HYDRAULIC FLUID IN YOUR EYES OR MOUTH.

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THERE ARE NO PERSONS OR EQUIPMENT NEAR THE L/G
_______
SHOCK ABSORBER DURING REPLENISHMENT. THERE IS A RISK THAT
PRESSURIZED GASES OR FLUID CAN ESCAPE AND CAUSE INJURY OR
DAMAGE.

(1) Fill the NLG shock absorber with HYDRAULIC FLUIDS (Material No. 02-
001) or HYDRAULIC FLUIDS (Material No. 02-004) or HYDRAULIC FLUIDS
(Material No. 02-006) as follows:

CAUTION : WHEN YOU FILL THE SHOCK ABSORBER, MAKE SURE TO STOP THE
_______
R FLUID SUPPLY IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE SHOCK ABSORBER MOVES TO
R ITS LIMITS. THIS WILL PREVENT INTERNAL DAMAGE CAUSED BY
R OVERPRESSURE.



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 308
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
R (a) Disconnect the filling hose (11) from the FILLING ASSEMBLY
(M21930). Put the free end of the filling hose (11) in the drain
container (15).

R (b) Operate the hydraulic power-supply inflation bench (16) and


slowly open the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).
Bleed the filling hose (11) with hydraulic fluid.

R (c) Close the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).

R (d) Connect the filling hose (11) to the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930).

R (e) Open the control valve (19) of the three-way valve (12).

R WARNING : MAKE SURE THE AIRCRAFT IS STABLE AND CANNOT TILT ON TO


_______
R ITS TAIL.

R (f) Operate the hydraulic power-supply inflation bench (16) and


slowly fill the shock absorber with fluid. Inflate the shock
absorber until it is fully extended.

NOTE : This will lift the nose of the aircraft.


____

NOTE : When the shock absorber is fully extended, dimension H is


____
449 mm (17.6771 in.) plus or minus 2 mm.

R (g) Close the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).

R (h) Do not continue the procedure for a minimum of ten minutes. This
R will make sure that all air is isolated from the hydraulic fluid.

R (i) Slowly open the control valve (13) on the three-way valve (12).

R NOTE : In the steps that follow, make sure


____ that you deflate the
R shock absorber slowly:
R - this is to prevent possible shock when the shock
R absorber gets to the limit of its travel
R - so that the gas does not mix with the oil in the shock
R absorber.

R (j) Let the hydraulic fluid drain into the drain container (15) until
the shock absorber is fully compressed.

NOTE : This will isolate the gas from the fluid.


____



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 309
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
R (k) Keep the shock absorber compressed fully and close the control
valve (13) on the three-way valve (12).

R (l) Make sure that hydraulic fluid is released from the shock
absorber during the shock absorber compression.

R NOTE : If hydraulic fluid is not released, do steps (f) to (l)


____
R again.

R (m) Make sure the fluid released from the shock absorber through the
translucent bleed hose (14) does not contain gas bubbles or
emulsion.

R NOTE : If gas bubbles or emulsion are found do steps (f) to (m)


____
R again.

R (n) Turn the wrench (9) clockwise to close the charging valve (6).

R (o) Open the control valve (13) on the three-way valve (12).

R (p) Disconnect the hydraulic source hose (17) from the three-way
valve (12).

R (q) Disconnect the filling hose (11) from the FILLING ASSEMBLY
(M21930). Put the free end of the filling hose (11) in the drain
container (15) to drain the hydraulic fluid.

R (r) Close the control valve (13) on the three-way valve (12).

R (s) Remove the translucent bleed hose (14) from the three-way valve
(12).

(2) Fill the NLG shock absorber with nitrogen gas, as follows:

WARNING : DO NOT PUT COMPRESSED GAS IN CONTACT WITH YOUR SKIN. THE
_______
GAS CAN GO THROUGH THE SKIN AND MAKE BUBBLES IN THE BLOOD.
THIS CONDITION CAN KILL YOU.

CAUTION : ALWAYS ADD NITROGEN SLOWLY WHEN YOU PRESSURIZE THE SHOCK
_______
ABSORBER. IF YOU ADD THE NITROGEN TOO QUICKLY, THE
TEMPERATURE WILL INCREASE AND HAVE AN EFFECT ON THE SHOCK
ABSORBER PRESSURE.

(a) Connect the nitrogen source hose (18) of an approved nitrogen


supply to the three-way valve (12).

(b) Open the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 310
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
(c) Slowly open the control valve of the nitrogen source to release
nitrogen pressure and bleed the circuit with dry nitrogen.

(d) Close the control valve of the nitrogen source.

(e) Close the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).

(f) Connect the filling hose (11) to the FILLING ASSEMBLY.

(g) Use a thermometer (range -45 Deg.C to 70 Deg.C, accuracy +/- 2


Deg.C) to measure and record the temperature of the NLG shock
absorber adjacent to the charging valve (6). Make sure that the
thermometer touches the shock absorber outer-cylinder. If
possible, measure the temperature at the top part of the cylinder
(through the vent hole) at the aft part of the main fitting.
(Ref. Fig. 301/TASK 12-12-32-991-001)

(h) Open the control valve of the nitrogen source.

(i) Turn the wrench (9) counterclockwise to open the charging valve
(6).

(j) Slowly open the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12) to
inflate the shock absorber with nitrogen. Do this until the
dimension H is 30 mm (1.1811 in.).
(Ref. Fig. 303/TASK 12-12-32-991-034)

(k) Close the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12) and
close the control valve of the nitrogen source.

(l) Let the pressure become stable, open the control valve (19) after
fifteen minutes to record the pressure. When the pressure has
been recorded, close the control valve (19).

(m) Refer to the pressure/temperature/stroke table for the correct H


value for the recorded temperature and pressure values.
(Ref. Fig. 304/TASK 12-12-32-991-029)

(n) Open the control valve of the nitrogen source. Slowly open the
control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12) to inflate the
shock absorber. Do this until you get the correct H dimension
plus 30 mm (1.1811 in.).

(o) Close the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12) and
close the control valve of the nitrogen supply.

(p) Let the pressure become stable, continue after fifteen minutes.



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 311
Feb 01/10
R  
CES 
NLG Shock Absorber - Dimension H
Figure 303/TASK 12-12-32-991-034



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 312
Feb 01/10
R  
CES 
INTENTIONALLY BLANK


R



 12-12-32

Page 313
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
R NLG Pressure/Extension Data - Aircraft on the Ground
R Figure 304/TASK 12-12-32-991-029- 15 (SHEET 1)



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 314
Nov 01/09
 
CES 
R NLG Pressure/Extension Data - Aircraft on the Ground
R Figure 304/TASK 12-12-32-991-029- 25 (SHEET 2)



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 315
Nov 01/09
 
CES 
R NLG Pressure/Extension Data - Aircraft on the Ground
R Figure 304/TASK 12-12-32-991-029- 35 (SHEET 3)



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 316
Nov 01/09
 
CES 
R NLG Pressure/Extension Data - Aircraft on the Ground
R Figure 304/TASK 12-12-32-991-029- 45 (SHEET 4)



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 317
Nov 01/09
 
CES 
R NLG Pressure/Extension Data - Aircraft on the Ground
R Figure 304/TASK 12-12-32-991-029- 55 (SHEET 5)



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 318
Nov 01/09
 
CES 
(q) Slowly open the control valve (13) on the three-way valve (12) to
deflate the shock absorber. Do this until you get the correct H
value given in step (m).

(r) Close the control valve (13) on the three-way valve (12).

(s) Continue after a minimum of ten minutes.

(t) Open the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12) and
measure:
- the pressure shown on the pressure gage (10)
- the dimension H.

(u) If necessary, adjust the pressure to get the correct H value


given in step (n) plus or minus 10 mm (0.3937 in.).

(v) Turn the wrench (9) clockwise to close the charging valve (6).
Close the control valve (19) and open the control valve (13) to
release the nitrogen from the filling system.

(w) Remove the filling hose (11) from the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930).

(x) Remove the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930) from the charging valve (6).

(y) TORQUE the charging valve (6) to between 0.5 and 0.8 m.daN (44.24
and 70.79 lbf.in).

WARNING : OBEY THE MANUFACTURERS INSTRUCTIONS WHEN YOU USE THE


_______
SPECIAL MATERIAL.
THIS MATERIAL IS DANGEROUS.

(z) Use SPECIAL MATERIALS (Material No. 05-004B) to do a leak check


of the charging valve (6).

(aa) Install the blanking cap (7) on the charging valve (6).

Subtask 12-12-32-280-050

R C. Nitrogen Dissolving Compensation

R (1) It is recommended to do a check of the NLG shock absorber charge


R pressure (Ref. TASK 12-14-32-614-004) four days after the end of this
R task. The check must be done in less than seven days or 50 Flight
R Cycles.

NOTE : This check is necessary because the nitrogen will mix with the
____
oil and cause the pressure to decrease.



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 319
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
Subtask 12-12-32-780-050

D. Test

(1) Move the aircraft to make the shock absorber move inside its leg.

NOTE : It is possible that the shock absorber is held in an incorrect


____
position because of friction loads.

(2) Do the pressure check of the shock absorber (Ref. TASK 12-14-32-614-
004).

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 12-12-32-942-050

A. Removal of Support Equipment

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

(2) Remove the access platform.

Subtask 12-12-32-410-050

B. Close Access

(1) Remove the SAFETY PIN - NLG DOOR from the linkage of each forward NLG
door (Ref. TASK 32-00-00-481-001).

(2) Close the NLG doors (Ref. TASK 32-22-00-410-001).

Subtask 12-12-32-942-051

C. Removal of Equipment

R (1) Remove the SAFETY BARRIERS.

(2) Disassemble the standard charging equipment.

(3) Remove the warning notice(s).

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



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 320
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
TASK 12-12-32-611-005

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

WARNING : PUT THE SAFETY DEVICES AND THE WARNING NOTICES IN POSITION BEFORE YOU
_______
START A TASK ON OR NEAR:
- THE FLIGHT CONTROLS
- THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES
- THE LANDING GEAR AND THE RELATED DOORS
- COMPONENTS THAT MOVE.

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

WARNING : OBEY THE HYDRAULIC SAFETY PROCEDURES.


_______

WARNING : DO NOT PUT COMPRESSED GAS IN CONTACT WITH YOUR SKIN. THE GAS CAN GO
_______
THROUGH THE SKIN AND MAKE BUBBLES IN THE BLOOD. THIS CONDITION CAN
KILL YOU.

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


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

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

R Self explanatory
R

R NOTE : This procedure can be done with the aircraft fully lifted on jacks
____
R (Ref. TASK 07-11-00-581-001) or lifted at the forward jacking point
R (Ref. TASK 07-11-00-581-003).

R NOTE : This procedure must be done a minimum of 2 hours after the last
____
R aircraft operation. This is to let the separation of nitrogen from
R the oil in the shock absorber occur.



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 321
Nov 01/09
 
CES 
2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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

No specific approved nitrogen supply


R No specific hydraulic fluid source tank - 81 (2.1133 Usgal)
No specific hydraulic source
No specific safety barriers
No specific standard charging equipment
R No specific thermometer (range -45 Deg.C to 70 Deg.C, accuracy
R +/- 2 Deg.C)
R No specific GAGE 30 BAR (435 PSI) - PRESSURE (accurate to +/- 0.2
R bar)
No specific drain container 15 l (3.9625 USgal)
R No specific hydraulic power-supply inflation bench - 200 bar
R 200 bar (2900.7540 psi)
No specific trolley jack 500 mm (19.6850 in.)
No specific AR ACCESS PLATFORM 3M (10 FT)- ADJUSTABLE
No specific 1 WARNING NOTICE
No specific Torque Wrench : range 0.00 to 1.20 m.daN
(0.00 to 9.00 lbf.ft)
M21930 1 FILLING ASSEMBLY
98D32203502000 2 SAFETY PIN - NLG DOOR

B. Consumable Materials

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

Material No. 02-001 USA MIL-PRF-5606


OIL, HYDRAULICPETROLEUM FLUID (Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 02-004
SHOCK ABSORBER FLUID (Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 02-006 USA BMS 3-32 TYPE II
SHOCK ABSORBER FLUID (Ref. 20-31-00)
R Material No. 05-004B USA MIL-L-25567 TYPE I
R OXYGEN LEAK DETECTOR (Ref. 20-31-00)



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 322
Nov 01/09
 
CES 
C. Referenced Information

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

07-11-00-581-001 Lifting for Aircraft Maintenance Operations


07-11-00-581-003 Lifting of the Aircraft at Forward Jacking Point, MLG
Wheels on the Ground
07-11-00-586-001 Lowering of the Aircraft at Forward Jacking Point,
MLG Wheels on the Ground
07-11-00-586-002 Lowering of the Aircraft for Maintenance Operations
12-14-32-614-004 Check NLG Shock Absorber Charge Pressure
24-41-00-862-002 De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits Supplied
from the External Power
32-00-00-481-001 Installation of the Safety Devices on the Landing
Gears
32-00-00-860-001 Flight Configuration Precautions with Electrical
Power
32-22-00-010-001 Nose Gear Doors - Ground Doors Opening
32-22-00-410-001 Nose Gear Doors - Ground Doors Closing
12-12-32-991-001 Fig. 301
12-12-32-991-012 Fig. 302
R 12-12-32-991-034 Fig. 303

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 12-12-32-941-064

A. Safety Precautions

(1) Put the safety barriers in position.

(2) Put a WARNING NOTICE in the cockpit, to tell persons not to operate
the landing gear or the landing gear doors.

(3) Make sure that the ground safety locks are installed on the landing
gear (Ref. TASK 32-00-00-481-001).

Subtask 12-12-32-869-052

B. Flight Configuration Precautions

(1) If the electrical power is not necessary for other maintenance tasks,
de-energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-862-
002). Then, it is not necessary to operate the LGCIU circuit
breakers.


R

EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 323
Nov 01/09
 
CES 
(2) If the electrical power is necessary, do the flight configuration
precautions with electrical power before you open the Landing Gear
Control and Interface Unit (LGCIU) circuit breakers (Ref. TASK 32-00-
00-860-001).

Subtask 12-12-32-582-052

C. Lift the Aircraft on Jacks

(1) Lift the aircraft on jacks (Ref. TASK 07-11-00-581-001) or (Ref. TASK
07-11-00-581-003).

NOTE : Do not do the check immediately after the aircraft is lifted.


____
The shock absorber charge pressure should not be measured
until the aircraft has been on jacks for fifteen minutes. This
will let the shock absorber pressure become stable and make
sure that the value recorded is accurate.

Subtask 12-12-32-010-052

D. Get Access

R WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE TRAVEL RANGES OF THE LANDING GEAR DOORS ARE
_______
R CLEAR.

(1) Open the NLG doors (Ref. TASK 32-22-00-010-001).

(2) Install the SAFETY PIN - NLG DOOR (98D32203502000) in the linkage of
each forward NLG door (Ref. TASK 32-00-00-481-001).

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

4. Procedure
_________

(Ref. Fig. 301/TASK 12-12-32-991-001, 302/TASK 12-12-32-991-012)

Subtask 12-12-32-614-059

R A. Preparation for Replenishment

R WARNING : DO NOT GET HYDRAULIC FLUID ON YOUR SKIN, IN YOUR EYES OR IN


_______
R YOUR MOUTH. HYDRAULIC FLUID IS POISONOUS AND CAN GO THROUGH
R YOUR SKIN AND INTO YOUR BODY. FLUSH HYDRAULIC FLUID FROM YOUR
R EYES, MOUTH OR SKIN WITH WATER. GET MEDICAL AID IF YOU GET
R HYDRAULIC FLUID IN YOUR EYES OR MOUTH.


R

EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 324
Nov 01/09
 
CES 
R (1) Install the standard charging equipment on the FILLING ASSEMBLY
R (M21930) as follows:
R (Ref. Fig. 302/TASK 12-12-32-991-012)

R (a) Connect the hydraulic source hose (17) to the hydraulic source
R (16).

R NOTE : The hydraulic source (16) can be a hydraulic power-supply


____
R inflation bench - 200 bar or a hydraulic fluid source tank
R - 81 (2.1133 Usgal). If a tank is used it must be in
R position above the charging valve (6).

R (b) Make sure the control valves (13) and (19) of the three-way valve
R (12) are closed.

R (c) Connect the hydraulic source hose (17) to the three-way valve
R (12).
R

R (d) Connect the filling hose (11) to the three-way valve (12).

R NOTE : It is recommended to use a filling hose (11) of less than


____
R 3 m (9.84 ft.) long. A filling hose length of more than 3m
R (9.84 ft.) will decrease pressure measurement accuracy.

R (e) Remove the blanking cap (1) and the plug from the FILLING
ASSEMBLY (M21930).

R (f) Connect the filling hose (11) to the end fitting (2) of the
R FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930).
R

R (g) Connect the translucent bleed hose (14) between the three-way
R valve (12) and the drain container (15).

R CAUTION : MAKE SURE THAT YOU USE A GAGE WITH THE SPECIFIED
_______
R PRESSURE RANGE. THIS IS NECESSARY TO GET AN ACCURATE
R PRESSURE MEASUREMENT.

R (h) Install the GAGE 30 BAR (435 PSI) - PRESSURE (accurate to +/- 0.2
R bar) (10) on the three-way valve (12).

R (i) Fill the hydraulic source with HYDRAULIC FLUIDS (Material No. 02-
R 001) or HYDRAULIC FLUIDS (Material No. 02-004) or HYDRAULIC
FLUIDS (Material No. 02-006).
R


R

EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 325
Nov 01/09
 
CES 
(2) Install the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930) on the charging valve (6) as
follows:
R (Ref. Fig. 301/TASK 12-12-32-991-001)

(a) Remove the blanking cap (7) from the charging valve (6).
R

R (b) Move the wrench (9) up to the knurled shoulder (3) and install
the FILLING ASSEMBLY on the charging valve (6).

R (c) Turn the core (8) of the FILLING ASSEMBLY clockwise with the
R knurled shoulder (3). Install the seal (4) on the charging valve
R (6).
R

R (3) Make sure that the charging equipment is correctly installed and does
R not leak.

R (4) Deflate the shock absorber as follows:

R WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE AREA AROUND THE AIRCRAFT IS CLEAR OF
_______
R PERSONS AND EQUIPMENT. WHEN YOU PRESSURIZE/DEPRESSURIZE THE
R SHOCK ABSORBER, WITH THE AIRCRAFT WEIGHT ON THE GROUND, THE
R AIRCRAFT WILL MOVE.

R WARNING : DO NOT LET HIGH PRESSURE GAS TOUCH YOUR SKIN. GAS BUBBLES
_______
R IN YOUR BLOOD CAN KILL YOU.

R (a) Move the wrench (9) down and turn counterclockwise to open the
R charging valve (6).
R

R (b) Make sure that you deflate the shock absorber slowly. This is to
R prevent fluid bleed from the shock absorber with the gas.
R

R (c) Slowly open the control valve (13) on the three-way valve (12).
R This is to release the nitrogen pressure and let the shock
R absorber fully deflate.

R NOTE : The pressure gage (10) will show approximately 1 bar


____
R (14.5037 psi) when the shock absorber is fully deflated.
R


R

EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 326
Nov 01/09
 
CES 
(d) When all the nitrogen pressure is released, close the control
valve (13) on the three-way valve (12).

Subtask 12-12-32-611-052

R B. Replenishment of the NLG Shock Absorber

WARNING : DO NOT GET HYDRAULIC FLUID ON YOUR SKIN, IN YOUR EYES OR IN


_______
YOUR MOUTH. HYDRAULIC FLUID IS POISONOUS AND CAN GO THROUGH
YOUR SKIN AND INTO YOUR BODY. FLUSH HYDRAULIC FLUID FROM YOUR
EYES, MOUTH OR SKIN WITH WATER. GET MEDICAL AID IF YOU GET
HYDRAULIC FLUID IN YOUR EYES OR MOUTH.

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THERE ARE NO PERSONS OR EQUIPMENT NEAR THE L/G
_______
SHOCK ABSORBER DURING REPLENISHMENT. THERE IS A RISK THAT
PRESSURIZED GASES OR FLUID CAN ESCAPE AND CAUSE INJURY OR
DAMAGE.

(1) Fill the NLG shock absorber with HYDRAULIC FLUIDS (Material No. 02-
001) or HYDRAULIC FLUIDS (Material No. 02-004) or HYDRAULIC FLUIDS
(Material No. 02-006), as follows:

CAUTION : DO NOT LET THE HYDRAULIC PRESSURE INCREASE TO MORE THAN


_______
22bar (319psi). THIS WILL PREVENT INTERNAL DAMAGE.

(a) Make sure that you compress/extend the shock absorber slowly:
- to prevent possible shock when the shock absorber gets to the
limit of its travel
- so that the gas does not mix with the oil in the shock
absorber.

(b) If you use the hydraulic fluid source tank as the hydraulic
source (16) to fill the shock absorber, do the steps that follow:

1
_ Before you do the procedure make sure that the hydraulic
fluid-source tank (16) is in position above the charging valve
(6).

2
_ Put the trolley jack below the jacking dome of the shock
absorber.

3
_ Open the control valve (13) on the three-way valve (12).

4
_ Use the trolley jack to fully compress the shock absorber.
Dimension H must be 19 mm (0.7480 in.) plus or minus 2 mm
(0.0787 in.).
(Ref. Fig. 303/TASK 12-12-32-991-034)



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 327
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
5
_ Close the control valve (13) on the three-way valve (12).

6
_ Turn the wrench (9) clockwise and close the charging valve
(6).

7
_ Release the jack load and let the leg fully extend. Dimension
H must be 449 mm (17.6771 in.) plus or minus 2 mm (0.0787
in.).
(Ref. Fig. 303/TASK 12-12-32-991-034)

8
_ Let the shock absorber become stable, continue after a minimum
of fifteen minutes.

NOTE : This will isolate the gas from the fluid.


____

NOTE : The indication of the pressure gage (10) does not apply
____
during this step.

9
_ Open the control valve (13) on the three-way valve (12).

10
__ Turn the wrench (9) counterclockwise to open the charging
valve (6).

11
__ Use the trolley jack to fully compress the shock absorber.

12
__ Close the control valve (13) on the three-way valve (12).

13
__ Open the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).

14
__ Release the jack load and let the leg fully extend for
hydraulic fluid to fill the shock absorber. Dimension H must
be 449 mm (17.6771 in.) plus or minus 2 mm (0.0787 in.).

15
__ Let the hydraulic fluid fill the shock absorber, continue
after a minimum of ten minutes.

16
__ Close the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).

17
__ Open the control valve (13) on the three-way valve (12).

18
__ Use the trolley jack to fully compress the shock absorber.
Monitor the hydraulic fluid that goes into the drain container
(15) through the translucent bleed hose (14).

NOTE : When the shock absorber is first compressed it is


____
possible that no hydraulic fluid goes into the



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 328
Feb 01/10
R  
CES 
container. This can occur if the shock absorber is
empty of fluid, or the fluid level is low.

19
__ Close the control valve (13) on the three-way valve (12).

20
__ Open the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).

21
__ Release the jack load and let the leg fully extend for
hydraulic fluid to fill the shock absorber. Dimension H must
be 449 mm (17.6771 in.) plus or minus 2 mm (0.0787 in.).
(Ref. Fig. 303/TASK 12-12-32-991-034)

22
__ Let the hydraulic fluid fill the shock absorber, continue
after a minimum of twenty minutes.

23
__ Close the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).

24
__ Open the control valve (13) on the three-way valve (12).

25
__ Use the trolley jack to fully compress the shock absorber.
Monitor the hydraulic fluid that goes into the drain container
(15) through the translucent bleed hose (14).

26
__ The hydraulic fluid must be released from the shock absorber
during the shock absorber compression.

NOTE : If hydraulic fluid is not released, do steps 19_ thru


____
25_ again.

27
__ The fluid released from the shock absorber through the
translucent bleed hose (14) must not contain gas bubbles or
emulsion.

NOTE : If gas bubbles or emulsion are found, do steps 19_ thru


____
25_ again.

28
__ Close the control valve (13) on the three-way valve (12).

29
__ Turn the wrench (9) clockwise to close the charging valve (6).

30
__ Disconnect the hydraulic source hose (17) from the three-way
valve (12).

31
__ Disconnect the filling hose (11) from the FILLING ASSEMBLY
(M21930). Put the free end of the filling hose (11) in the
drain container (15) to drain the hydraulic fluid.



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 329
Feb 01/10
R  
CES 
32
__ Tighten the filling hose (11) on the FILLING ASSEMBLY
(M21930).

33
__ Remove the translucent bleed hose (14) from the three-way
valve (12).

(c) If you use the hydraulic power-supply inflation bench as the


hydraulic source (16) to fill the shock absorber, do the steps
that follow:

1
_ Put the trolley jack below the jacking dome of the shock
absorber.

2
_ Open the control valve (13) on the three-way valve (12).

3
_ Use the trolley jack to fully compress the shock absorber.
Dimension H must be 19 mm (0.7480 in.) plus or minus 2 mm
(0.0787 in.).
(Ref. Fig. 303/TASK 12-12-32-991-034)

4
_ Close the control valve (13) on the three way valve (12).

5
_ Turn the wrench (9) clockwise to close the charging valve (6).

6
_ Release the jack load and let the leg fully extend. Dimension
H must be 449 mm (17.6771 in.) plus or minus 2 mm (0.0787
in.).
(Ref. Fig. 303/TASK 12-12-32-991-034)

7
_ Let the shock absorber become stable, continue after a minimum
of fifteen minutes.

NOTE : This will isolate the gas from the fluid.


____

8
_ Open the control valve (13) on the three-way valve (12).

9
_ Turn the wrench (9) counterclockwise to open the charging
valve (6).

10
__ Use the trolley jack to fully compress the shock absorber.

11
__ Close the control valve (13) on the three-way valve (12).

12
__ Turn the wrench (9) clockwise to close the charging valve (6).



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 330
Feb 01/10
R  
CES 
13
__ Disconnect the filling hose (11) from the FILLING ASSEMBLY
(M21930). Put the free end of the filling hose (11) in the
drain container to drain the hydraulic fluid.

14
__ Operate the hydraulic power-supply inflation bench (16) and
slowly open the control valve (19) on the three-way valve
(12). Bleed the filling hose (11) with hydraulic fluid.

15
__ Close the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).

16
__ Connect the filling hose (11) to the FILLING ASSEMBLY
(M21930).

17
__ Turn the wrench (9) counterclockwise to open the charging
valve (6).

18
__ Close the control valve (13) on the three-way valve (12).

19
__ Open the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).

R WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE TROLLEY JACK CANNOT TOUCH THE
_______
R SHOCK ABSORBER DURING SHOCK ABSORBER EXTENSION.

R 20
__ Release the jack load and lower the trolley jack fully.
R

21
__ Operate the hydraulic power-supply inflation bench (16) and
slowly fill the shock absorber with fluid until the leg is
fully extended. Dimension H must be 449 mm (17.6771 in.) plus
or minus 2 mm (0.0787 in.).
(Ref. Fig. 303/TASK 12-12-32-991-034)

22
__ When the leg is fully extended, continue to inflate the shock
absorber until the pressure is 10 bar (145.0377 psi).

23
__ Close the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).

24
__ Slowly open the control valve (13) on the three-way valve
(12).

25
__ Use the trolley jack to slowly compress the shock absorber
until the dimension H is 300 mm (11.8110 in.).
(Ref. Fig. 303/TASK 12-12-32-991-034)

26
__ Close the control valve (13) on the three-way valve (12).

27
__ Turn the wrench (9) clockwise to close the charging valve (6).



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 331
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
28
__ Release the jack load and let the leg fully extend. Dimension
H must be 449 mm (17.6771 in.) plus or minus 2 mm (0.0787
in.).
(Ref. Fig. 303/TASK 12-12-32-991-034)

29
__ Let the shock absorber become stable, continue after a minimum
of ten minutes.

NOTE : This will isolate the gas from the fluid.


____

30
__ Open the control valve (13) on the three-way valve (12).

31
__ Turn the wrench (9) counterclockwise to open the charging
valve (6).

32
__ Use the trolley jack to fully compress the shock absorber.
Monitor the hydraulic fluid that goes into the drain container
(15).

33
__ The hydraulic fluid must be released from the shock absorber
during the shock absorber compression.

NOTE : If hydraulic fluid is not released, do steps 18_ to 32_


____
again.

34
__ The fluid released from the shock absorber through the
translucent bleed hose (14) must not contain gas bubbles or
emulsion.

NOTE : If gas bubbles or emulsion are found, do steps 18_ to


____
32_ again.

35
__ Close the control valve (13) on the three-way valve (12).

36
__ Turn the wrench (9) clockwise to close the charging valve (6).

37
__ Disconnect the hydraulic source hose (17) from the three-way
valve (12).

38
__ Disconnect the filling hose (11) from the FILLING ASSEMBLY
(M21930). Put the free end of the filling hose (11) in the
drain container (15) to drain the hydraulic fluid.



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 332
Feb 01/10
R  
CES 
R 39
__ Remove the translucent bleed hose (14) from the three-way
R valve (12).

R (2) Fill the NLG shock absorber with nitrogen gas, as follows:

R WARNING : DO NOT PUT COMPRESSED GAS IN CONTACT WITH YOUR SKIN. THE
_______
R GAS CAN GO THROUGH THE SKIN AND MAKE BUBBLES IN THE BLOOD.
R THIS CONDITION CAN KILL YOU.

R CAUTION : ALWAYS ADD NITROGEN SLOWLY WHEN YOU PRESSURIZE THE SHOCK
_______
R ABSORBER. IF YOU ADD THE NITROGEN TOO QUICKLY, THE
R TEMPERATURE WILL INCREASE AND HAVE AN EFFECT ON THE SHOCK
R ABSORBER PRESSURE.

R (a) Connect the nitrogen source hose (18) of an approved nitrogen


R supply to the three-way valve (12).

R (b) Open the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).

R (c) Slowly open the control valve of the nitrogen source to release
R nitrogen pressure and bleed the circuit with dry nitrogen.

R (d) Close the control valve of the nitrogen source.

R (e) Close the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).

R (f) Connect the filling hose (11) to the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930).

R (g) Lower the trolley jack to let the shock absorber extend fully.
R Dimension H must be 449 mm (17.6771 in.) plus or minus 2 mm
R (0.0787 in.). Make sure that the jack is disengaged from the
R shock absorber jacking dome.
R (Ref. Fig. 303/TASK 12-12-32-991-034)

R (h) Use a thermometer (range -45 Deg.C to 70 Deg.C, accuracy +/- 2


R Deg.C) to measure and record the temperature adjacent to the
R charging valve (6). Make sure that the thermometer touches the
R shock absorber outer-cylinder. If possible, measure the
R temperature at the top part of the cylinder (through the vent
R hole) at the aft part of the main fitting.
R (Ref. Fig. 301/TASK 12-12-32-991-001)

R (i) Refer to the pressure/temperature table to know the shock


R absorber charge pressure with relation to the temperature
R measured at step (h).



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 333
Nov 01/09
 
CES 
R (j) Turn the wrench (9) counterclockwise to open the charging valve
R (6).

R (k) Open the control of the nitrogen source.

R (l) Slowly open the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).
R This is to inflate the shock absorber up to the necessary charge
R pressure.

R (m) Close the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).

R (n) Let the pressure become stable, continue after a minimum of


R fifteen minutes.

R (o) Make sure that the pressure/temperature conditions are the same
R as in steps (h) and (i). If not, do steps (l) thru (o) again.

R (p) Close the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).

R (q) Turn the wrench (9) clockwise to close the charging valve (6).

R (r) Close the control valve of the nitrogen source.

R (s) Slowly open the control valve (13) on the three-way valve (12),
R to release the nitrogen pressure from the filling system.

R (t) Remove the filling hose (11) and the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930)
R from the charging valve (6).

R (u) TORQUE the charging valve (6) to between 0.5 and 0.8 m.daN (44.24
and 70.79 lbf.in).

R WARNING : OBEY THE MANUFACTURERS INSTRUCTIONS WHEN YOU USE THE


_______
R SPECIAL MATERIAL.
R THIS MATERIAL IS DANGEROUS.

R (v) Use SPECIAL MATERIALS (Material No. 05-004B) to do a leak check


R of the charging valve (6).

R (w) Install the blanking cap (7) on the charging valve (6).



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 334
Nov 01/09
 
CES 
Subtask 12-12-32-280-051

R C. Nitrogen Dissolving Compensation

R (1) It is recommended to do a check of the NLG shock absorber charge


R pressure (Ref. TASK 12-14-32-614-004) four days after the end of this
R task. The check must be done in less than seven days or 50 Flight
R Cycles.

NOTE : This check is necessary because the nitrogen will mix with the
____
oil and cause the pressure to decrease.

Subtask 12-12-32-942-060

D. Removal of the Equipment

(1) Disassemble the standard charging equipment.

(2) Remove the trolley jack.

(3) Remove the access platform(s).

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

Subtask 12-12-32-410-052

E. Close Access

(1) Remove the SAFETY PIN - NLG DOOR from the linkage of each forward NLG
door (Ref. TASK 32-00-00-481-001).

(2) Close the NLG doors (Ref. TASK 32-22-00-410-001).

Subtask 12-12-32-869-053

F. Ground Configuration

(1) If you opened the LGCIU circuit breakers, make sure that the flight
configuration precautions with electrical power were obeyed
(Ref. TASK 32-00-00-860-001).



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 335
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
Subtask 12-12-32-586-051

G. Lower the Aircraft

(1) Lower the aircraft onto its wheels (Ref. TASK 07-11-00-586-002) or
(Ref. TASK 07-11-00-586-001).

Subtask 12-12-32-780-052

H. Pressure Check

(1) Do a pressure/extension check of the NLG shock absorber (Ref. TASK


12-14-32-614-004).

NOTE : Do not do the check immediately after the aircraft is lowered


____
to the ground. The shock absorber pressure/extension values
should not be measured for fifteen minutes. This will let the
shock absorber pressure/extension become stable and make sure
that the values recorded are accurate.

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 12-12-32-942-061

A. Removal of the Equipment

R (1) Remove the SAFETY BARRIERS.

(2) Remove the warning notice(s).

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



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 336
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-233, 236-238, 301-304,

TASK 12-12-32-611-002

Replenishment of the Alternate Brake Reservoir (2624GM)

WARNING : PUT THE SAFETY DEVICES AND THE WARNING NOTICES IN POSITION BEFORE YOU
_______
START A TASK ON OR NEAR:
- THE FLIGHT CONTROLS
- THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES
- THE LANDING GEAR AND THE RELATED DOORS
- COMPONENTS THAT MOVE.

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

WARNING : OBEY THE HYDRAULIC SAFETY PROCEDURES.


_______

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

NOTE : This procedure will let you replenish the alternate brake reservoir.
____
But, if the reservoir is empty, you should do a bleed procedure of
the complete system (Ref. TASK 32-43-00-612-001, Filling and Bleeding
of the Low Pressure Control of the Alternate Braking).

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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

R
No specific safety barriers
No specific standard filling equipment
No specific vinyl tube
No specific 1 ACCESS PLATFORM 2M (6 FT)
R No specific 1 CONTAINER - CLEAN, APPLICABLE
No specific 1 WARNING NOTICE
No specific Torque Wrench : range 0.20 to 3.60 m.daN
(2.00 to 26.00 lbf.ft)



EFF : 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199,
201-233, 236-238, 301-304,
 12-12-32

Page 337
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
B. Consumable Materials

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

Material No. 02-003 F NSA 307110 TYPE 4


NO LONGER AVAILABLE (Ref. 20-31-00)

C. Referenced Information

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

12-12-32-991-004 Fig. 305

3. __________
Job Set-up

(Ref. Fig. 305/TASK 12-12-32-991-004)

Subtask 12-12-32-941-052

A. Safety Precautions

(1) Put the safety barriers in position.

(2) On panel 400VU, make sure the landing-gear control-lever (6GA) is in


the DOWN position.

(3) On panel 110VU, make sure the parking-brake switch is in the OFF
position.

(4) Put a WARNING NOTICE in the cockpit to tell persons not to operate
the brake controls.

(5) Put the ACCESS PLATFORM 2M (6 FT) at the access door 811.

Subtask 12-12-32-010-051

B. Get Access

(1) Open the access door 811.


R

EFF : 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199,
201-233, 236-238, 301-304,
 12-12-32

Page 338
Nov 01/09
 
CES 
Alternate-Brake Reservoir Replenishment - Detail and Location
Figure 305/TASK 12-12-32-991-004


R

EFF : 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199,
201-233, 236-238, 301-304,
 12-12-32

Page 339
Nov 01/09
 
CES 
4. Procedure
_________

(Ref. Fig. 305/TASK 12-12-32-991-004)

Subtask 12-12-32-614-075

A. Preparation for Replenishment

(1) Remove the blanking cap (4) from the filling valve (3) and disconnect
the drain line (5) from the bleed valve (1).

(2) Install a vinyl tube on to the bleed valve (1).

R (3) Put the vinyl tube into a CONTAINER - CLEAN, APPLICABLE full of
HYDRAULIC FLUIDS (Material No. 02-003) that does not have gas in it.

(4) Make sure that the pipes on the standard filling equipment are filled
with HYDRAULIC FLUIDS (Material No. 02-003) which does not have gas
in it. Connect the pipe of the filling equipment to the charging
valve (3).

Subtask 12-12-32-611-050

B. Replenishment of the Alternate Brake Reservoir

NOTE : This procedure will let you replenish the alternate brake
____
reservoir. But, if the reservoir is empty, you should do a bleed
procedure of the complete system (Ref. TASK 32-43-00-612-001,
Filling and Bleeding of the Low Pressure Control of the Alternate
Braking).

(1) Open the bleed valve (1).

(2) Use the handpump to fill the brake reservoir (2) with HYDRAULIC
FLUIDS (Material No. 02-003). Keep the hydraulic fluid flow rate
constant and at a pressure of less than 4 bar (58 psi) as shown on
the pressure gage.

(3) When the hydraulic fluid that comes from the bleed valve (1) does not
have gas in it, close the bleed valve (1).

(4) Open the bleed valve (1) and put the brake reservoir (2) to its
correct level (on the green ring). Close the bleed valve (1).

(5) Remove the vinyl tube from the bleed valve (1) and disconnect the
pipe from the filling valve (3).



EFF : 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199,
201-233, 236-238, 301-304,
 12-12-32

Page 340
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
(6) Make sure that there is no leakage of fluid from the bleed valve (1).

(7) Install the blanking cap (4) on the filling valve (3).

(8) TORQUE the blanking cap (4) to between 1.1 and 1.25 m.daN (97.34 and
110.61 lbf.in).

(9) Install the drain line (5) on the bleed valve (1).

(10) TORQUE the drain line (5) to 1.5 m.daN (11.06 lbf.ft).

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 12-12-32-410-051

A. Close Access

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

(2) Close the access door 811.

Subtask 12-12-32-942-053

B. Removal of Equipment

R (1) Remove the SAFETY BARRIERS.

(2) Remove the warning notice(s).

(3) Remove the access platform(s).

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



EFF : 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199,
201-233, 236-238, 301-304,
 12-12-32

Page 341
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
**ON A/C ALL

TASK 12-12-32-611-004

Check Fluid Level of Main Landing Gear Shock Absorber

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

WARNING : PUT THE SAFETY DEVICES AND THE WARNING NOTICES IN POSITION BEFORE YOU
_______
START A TASK ON OR NEAR:
- THE FLIGHT CONTROLS
- THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES
- THE LANDING GEAR AND THE RELATED DOORS
- COMPONENTS THAT MOVE.

WARNING : OBEY THE HYDRAULIC SAFETY PROCEDURES.


_______

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Refer to the MPD TASK: 321113-03

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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

R No specific thermometer (range -45 Deg.C to 70 Deg.C, accuracy


R +/- 2 Deg.C)
No specific 1 pressure gage 140 bar (2030.5278) psi (accurate to
+/- 0.1 bar)
No specific 1 standard charging equipment
No specific AR WARNING NOTICE



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 342
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
B. Referenced Information

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

12-12-32-611-008 Hydraulic Replenishment of the MLG Two-Stage Shock


Absorber
12-14-32-614-003 Check Charge Pressure of Main Landing Gear Shock
Absorber
32-00-00-481-001 Installation of the Safety Devices on the Landing
Gears
12-12-32-991-033 Fig. 306
12-12-32-991-030 Fig. 307
12-12-32-991-031 Fig. 308

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 12-12-32-941-063

A. Safety Precautions

(1) Make sure that the ground safety locks are installed on the landing
gear (Ref. TASK 32-00-00-481-001).

(2) On the panel 400VU:


- make sure that the landing-gear control-lever 6GA is in the DOWN
position
- put a WARNING NOTICE in position to tell persons not to operate the
landing gear.

(3) Put a WARNING NOTICE in position to tell persons not to operate the
landing gear doors.

4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 12-12-32-220-051

R A. Check the Fluid Level of the MLG Shock Absorber

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE STANDARD CHARGING EQUIPMENT IS SAFE TO USE
_______
ABOVE 140 BAR (2030.5278 PSI). THIS WILL PREVENT INJURY AND
DAMAGE.



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 343
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE AREA AROUND THE AIRCRAFT IS CLEAR OF PERSONS
_______
AND EQUIPMENT. WHEN YOU PRESSURIZE/DEPRESSURIZE THE SHOCK
ABSORBER, WITH THE AIRCRAFT WEIGHT ON THE GROUND, THE AIRCRAFT
WILL MOVE.

CAUTION : ALWAYS ADD NITROGEN SLOWLY WHEN YOU PRESSURIZE THE SHOCK
_______
ABSORBER. IF YOU ADD THE NITROGEN TOO QUICKLY, THE TEMPERATURE
WILL INCREASE AND HAVE AN EFFECT ON THE SHOCK ABSORBER
PRESSURE.

CAUTION : MAKE SURE THAT YOU USE A GAGE WITH THE SPECIFIED PRESSURE
_______
RANGE. THIS IS NECESSARY TO GET AN ACCURATE PRESSURE
MEASUREMENT.

NOTE : To do this procedure it is necessary to have 1 standard charging


____
equipment and 1 pressure gage 140 bar (2030.5278) psi (accurate to
+/- 0.1 bar). The charging equipment must be safe to use at over
140 bar (2030.5278 psi).

(1) Do the nitrogen filling of the MLG two-stage shock absorber (aircraft
on jacks) (Ref. TASK 12-14-32-614-003).

NOTE : It is recommended that you wait a minimum of 1 hour after you


____
remove the jacks before you do the procedure that follows.
This will let you get a stable temperature and an accurate
value of the shock absorber extension and pressure.

(2) Measure and record the dimension H.


R (Ref. Fig. 306/TASK 12-12-32-991-033)

(3) Install the standard charging equipment on the top charging valve
(1):
(Ref. Fig. 307/TASK 12-12-32-991-030, 308/TASK 12-12-32-991-031)

NOTE : If the equipment manufacturers assembly/operating


____
instructions are different to the data given, use the
equipment manufacturerss instructions.

(a) Remove the blanking cap (2) from the top charging valve (1).

(b) Make sure that the control valves (13) and (15) are closed.

(c) Connect the filling hose (11) to the three-way valve (12).

(d) Connect the filling hose (11) to the top charging valve (1).



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 344
Nov 01/09
 
CES 
R MLG Two Stage Shock Absorber - Dimension H
R Figure 306/TASK 12-12-32-991-033



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 345
Nov 01/09
 
CES 
MLG Two Stage Shock Absorber Charging Valves - Detail and Location
Figure 307/TASK 12-12-32-991-030



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 346
Nov 01/09
R  
CES 
MLG Two Stage Shock Absorber - Typical Filling System
Figure 308/TASK 12-12-32-991-031



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 347
Nov 01/09
R  
CES 
(e) Install the pressure gage 140 bar (2030.5278 psi) (10) on the
three-way valve (12).

(4) Slowly open the top charging valve (1).

(5) At the top charging valve (1), read and record the pressure shown on
the pressure gage (10).

(6) Close the top charging valve (1).

R (7) Use a thermometer (range -45 Deg.C to 70 Deg.C, accuracy +/- 2 Deg.C)
to measure the temperature of the MLG adjacent to the top charging
valve (1).

NOTE : It is necessary to know the accurate temperature measurement


____
to follow the procedure.

(8) Find the dimension H for the pressure at the top-charging valve (1)
for the measured temperature ((Ref. TASK 12-14-32-614-003) diagram
1). Compare the H dimension given in ((Ref. TASK 12-14-32-614-003)
diagram 1) to the measured dimension H and do one of the steps that
follows:

(a) If the measured H dimension is between +/- 15 mm (0.5905 in.) (of


the dimension given in ((Ref. TASK 12-14-32-614-003) diagram 1),
do step (9). This result means that the fluid level is correct.
or

(b) If the measured H dimension is not between +/- 15 mm (0.5905 in.)


but is between+/- 30 mm (1.1811 in.) (of the dimension given in
(Ref. TASK 12-14-32-614-003) diagram 1), do step (10).
or

(c) If the measured H dimension is more than +/- 30 mm (1.1811 in.)


(of the dimension given in (Ref. TASK 12-14-32-614-003) diagram
1), do step (12).

(9) If the measured H dimension is between +/- 15 mm (0.5905 in.) (of the
dimension H given in (Ref. TASK 12-14-32-614-003) diagram 1), do the
steps that follow:

NOTE : The measured H dimension can be as low as 33 mm (1.2992 in.)


____
at very low ambient temperatures. This is usual for a shock
absorber in good condition and no maintenance action is
necessary (if the measured H dimension is between +/- 15 mm
(0.5905 in.) of the correct value).



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 348
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
(a) Make sure that the control valve (15) is closed.

(b) Open the control valve (13) to release all pressure from the
filling hose (11).

(c) Close the control valve (13).

(d) Remove the pressure gage (10) from the three-way valve (12).

(e) Disconnect the filling hose (11) from the top charging valve (1)
and the three-way valve (12).

(f) Install the blanking cap (2) on the top charging valve (1).

(g) Do the close-up procedure in Para 5.A.

(10) If the measured H dimension is not between +/- 15 mm (0.5905 in.) but
is between +/- 30 mm (1.1811 in.) (of the dimension H given in
(Ref. TASK 12-14-32-614-003) diagram 1), do one of the steps that
follow:

(a) Do step (11)


or

(b) Do the hydraulic replenishment of the MLG two-stage shock


absorber (Ref. TASK 12-12-32-611-008).

(11) If the measured H dimension is between +/- 30 mm (1.1811 in.) of the


dimension H given in (Ref. TASK 12-14-32-614-003) (diagram 1):
- make a note in the aircraft log to do the hydraulic replenishment
of the two-stage shock absorber (Ref. TASK 12-12-32-611-008) before
50 flight cycles
- do the steps that follow:

NOTE : The measured H dimension can be as low as 33 mm (1.2992 in.)


____
at very low ambient temperatures. This is usual for a shock
absorber in good condition and no maintenance action is
necessary (if the measured H dimension is between +/- 15 mm
(0.5905 in.) of the correct value).

(a) Make sure that the control valve (15) is closed on the three-way
valve (12).

(b) Open the control valve (13) on the three-way valve (12), to
release all pressure from the filling hose (11).

(c) Close the control valve (13) on the three-way valve (12).



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 349
Nov 01/09
R  
CES 
(d) Remove the pressure gage (10) from the three-way valve (12).

(e) Disconnect the filling hose (11) from the top charging valve (1)
and the three-way valve (12).

(f) Install the blanking cap (2) on the top charging valve (1).

(g) Do the close-up procedure in Para 5.A.

(12) If the measured H dimension is more than +/- 30 mm (1.1811 in.) of


the dimension H given in ((Ref. TASK 12-14-32-614-003) diagram 1):
- do the hydraulic replenishment of the MLG two-stage shock absorber
(Ref. TASK 12-12-32-611-008).

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 12-12-32-942-076

A. Remove the Equipment

(1) Remove the warning notice(s).

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



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 350
Nov 01/09
R  
CES 
TASK 12-12-32-611-008

Hydraulic Replenishment of the MLG Two-Stage Shock Absorber

WARNING : PUT THE SAFETY DEVICES AND THE WARNING NOTICES IN POSITION BEFORE YOU
_______
START A TASK ON OR NEAR:
- THE FLIGHT CONTROLS
- THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES
- THE LANDING GEAR AND THE RELATED DOORS
- COMPONENTS THAT MOVE.

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

WARNING : OBEY THE HYDRAULIC SAFETY PROCEDURES.


_______

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


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

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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

No specific axle jack


No specific standard charging equipment
No specific AR ACCESS PLATFORM 3M (10 FT)
No specific AR WARNING NOTICE
No specific Torque Wrench : range 0.20 to 3.60 m.daN
(2.00 to 26.00 lbf.ft)



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 351
Nov 01/09
R  
CES 
B. Consumable Materials

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

Material No. 02-001 USA MIL-PRF-5606


OIL, HYDRAULICPETROLEUM FLUID (Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 02-004
SHOCK ABSORBER FLUID (Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 02-006 USA BMS 3-32 TYPE II
SHOCK ABSORBER FLUID (Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 19-010 USA AMS 5687
LOCKWIRE STAINLESS STEEL ANNEALED 0.8MM DIA
(Ref. 20-31-00)

C. Expendable Parts

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
FIG.ITEM |DESIGNATION |IPC-CSN
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

5 packing 32-11-13 01A-015


5 packing 32-11-13 01E-015
5 packing 32-11-13 01F-015
5 packing 32-11-13 01G-015

D. Referenced Information

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

07-11-00-581-001 Lifting for Aircraft Maintenance Operations


07-11-00-586-002 Lowering of the Aircraft for Maintenance Operations
12-14-32-200-001 Inspection of the MLG Shock Absorbers Before Flight
12-14-32-614-003 Check Charge Pressure of Main Landing Gear Shock
Absorber
32-00-00-481-001 Installation of the Safety Devices on the Landing
Gears
12-12-32-991-009 Fig. 309
12-12-32-991-008 Fig. 310



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 352
Nov 01/09
R  
CES 
3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 12-12-32-941-068

A. Safety Precautions

(1) Make sure that the ground safety locks are installed on the landing
gear (Ref. TASK 32-00-00-481-001).

(2) On panel 400VU:


- make sure that the landing-gear control-lever 6GA is in the DOWN
position
- put a WARNING NOTICE in position to tell persons not to operate the
landing gear.

(3) Put a WARNING NOTICE in position to tell persons not to operate the
landing gear doors.

Subtask 12-12-32-582-055

B. Lift the Aircraft

(1) Lift the aircraft on jacks (Ref. TASK 07-11-00-581-001).

(2) Put the ACCESS PLATFORM 3M (10 FT) in position at the applicable
shock absorber.

4. Procedure
_________

(Ref. Fig. 309/TASK 12-12-32-991-009, 310/TASK 12-12-32-991-008)

Subtask 12-12-32-611-059

A. Hydraulic Replenishment of the Main Landing Gear (MLG) Two-Stage Shock


Absorber

WARNING : WEAR GOGGLES WHEN YOU REMOVE OR INSTALL THE LOCKWIRE. CUT,
_______
REMOVE AND DISCARD THE LOCKWIRE AS YOU DO THE TASK. LOOSE
LOCKWIRE CAN CUT OR BLIND YOU.

NOTE : As an alternative procedure to replenish the MLG you can use the
____
vacuum procedure in paragraph 4.B. The vacuum procedure will let
the MLG be replenished without extending and compressing the MLG
again and again.

(1) Remove the blanking cap (2) from the bottom charging valve (1).



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 353
Nov 01/09
R  
CES 
MLG Two Stage Shock Absorber - Replenishment Location and Detail
Figure 309/TASK 12-12-32-991-009



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 354
Nov 01/09
R  
CES 
MLG Two Stage Shock Absorber - Filling System
Figure 310/TASK 12-12-32-991-008



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 355
Nov 01/09
R  
CES 
(2) Remove the blanking cap (3) from the top charging valve (4).

(3) Release the nitrogen pressure:

(a) Slowly open the bottom charging valve assembly (1).

(b) Slowly open the top charging valve assembly (4).

NOTE : During the steps that follow some oil can come out of the
____
top charging valve (4).

(4) Remove and discard the MISCELLANEOUS (Material No. 19-010) from the
body of the top charging valve (4).

(5) Remove the top charging valve assembly (4).

(6) Remove and discard the packing (5) from the top charging valve
assembly (4).

(7) Install the standard charging equipment on the two-stage shock


absorber:

(a) Install the filler adaptor (17) in the port of the top charging
valve.

(b) TORQUE the filler adaptor (17) to between 1.13 and 1.58 m.daN
(99.99 and 139.82 lbf.in).

(c) Connect the elbow-fitting (18) to the filler adaptor (17).

(d) Connect the filling hose (16) to the elbow fitting (18).

(e) Install the 28 bar (406.1055 psi) pressure gage (15) on the
three-way valve (19).

(f) Connect the three-way valve (19) to the filling hose (16).

(g) Connect the hydraulic pump (24) and the hydraulic fluid reservoir
(23) to the three-way valve (19) with the supply hose (25).

WARNING : DO NOT GET HYDRAULIC FLUID ON YOUR SKIN, IN YOUR EYES


_______
OR IN YOUR MOUTH. HYDRAULIC FLUID IS POISONOUS AND CAN
GO THROUGH YOUR SKIN AND INTO YOUR BODY. FLUSH
HYDRAULIC FLUID FROM YOUR EYES, MOUTH OR SKIN WITH
WATER. GET MEDICAL AID IF YOU GET HYDRAULIC FLUID IN
YOUR EYES OR MOUTH.



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 356
Nov 01/09
R  
CES 
(h) Fill the hydraulic fluid reservoir with HYDRAULIC FLUIDS
(Material No. 02-001) or HYDRAULIC FLUIDS (Material No. 02-004)
or HYDRAULIC FLUIDS (Material No. 02-006).

NOTE : Hydraulic fluids 02-001, 02-004 and 02-006 can be mixed in


____
all applicable maintenance tasks and in all quantities.

(i) Connect the bleed hose (21) between the three-way valve (19) and
the drain container (22).

(j) Open the control valves (20) and (26).

(k) Bleed the filling system with the hydraulic pump (24).

(8) Put the axle jack in position under the jacking dome (6) of the
applicable landing gear. Make sure that the axle jack is free to move
forward and aft.

(9) Fill the shock absorber with hydraulic fluid:

CAUTION : DO NOT LET THE HYDRAULIC PRESSURE INCREASE TO MORE THAN 22


_______
BAR (319 PSI). IF THE PRESSURE IS MORE THAN THIS VALUE, IT
CAN CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE SHOCK ABSORBER.

CAUTION : DO NOT LET THE HYDRAULIC PRESSURE INCREASE TO MORE THAN 14


_______
BAR (203 PSI) IF THE CHARGING EQUIPMENT HAS A SIGHT GLASS.
IF THE PRESSURE IS MORE THAN THIS VALUE, IT CAN CAUSE
DAMAGE TO THE SIGHT GLASS.

NOTE : 20 l (5.2833 USgal) of hydraulic fluid is necessary to fill


____
each shock absorber.

(a) Make sure that:


- the bottom charging valve (1) is open
- the control valve (20) is open
- the control valve (26) is closed.

(b) Use the axle jack to fully compress the shock absorber. At the
same time, monitor the hydraulic fluid that goes into the drain
container (22).

NOTE : It is possible that no hydraulic fluid will bleed into the


____
drain container (22) when you initially compress the shock
absorber.

(c) Close the control valve (20) and open the control valve (26).



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 357
Nov 01/09
R  
CES 
(d) Use the hydraulic pump (24) to slowly increase the pressure of
the hydraulic supply to 13.8 bar (200.1520 psi). Let the pressure
become stable.

(e) Keep the pressure of the hydraulic supply at 13.8 bar (200.1520
psi). At the same time, slowly lower the axle jack to let the
shock absorber fully extend.

(f) When the shock absorber is fully extended, let the pressure
become stable at 13.8 bar (200.1520 psi).

(g) Release the hydraulic supply pressure.

(h) Close the control valve (26) and open the control valve (20).

(10) Do the step (9) again until the hydraulic fluid from the bleed hose
(21) contains no air. (There are no bubbles in the fluid).

(11) Use the axle jack to fully compress the shock absorber.

(12) Keep the shock absorber compressed and the hydraulic pressure
released.

(13) Disconnect the hydraulic supply hose (25) from the three-way valve
(19).

(14) Loosen the elbow fitting (18) at the filler adaptor (17) and let the
hydraulic fluid drain into the drain container (22).

(15) Remove the elbow fitting (18) from the filler adaptor (17).

(16) Close the control valve (20) and remove the bleed hose (21) and the
drain container (22).

(17) Remove the filler adaptor (17).

(18) Install a new packing (5) to the top charging valve assembly (4).

(19) Install the charging valve assembly (4) in the top charging valve
port.

(20) TORQUE the body of the top charging valve (4) to between 1.13 and
1.58 m.daN (99.99 and 139.82 lbf.in).

(21) Safety the body of the charging valve (4) with MISCELLANEOUS
(Material No. 19-010).



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 358
Nov 01/09
R  
CES 
(22) Make sure that the bottom charging valve (1) and the top charging
valve (4) are closed.

(23) Install the blanking cap (2) on the bottom charging valve (1).

(24) Install the blanking cap (3) on the top charging valve (4).

(25) Lower and remove the axle jack.

(26) Do the nitrogen filling of the MLG two-stage shock absorber (aircraft
on jacks) (Ref. TASK 12-14-32-614-003).

(27) Make a note in the aircraft log:


- it is recommended that you do a weight on wheels pressure H
dimension check (Ref. TASK 12-14-32-200-001), not less than 24
hours after you lower the aircraft off the jacks.

NOTE : New hydraulic fluid can absorb nitrogen.


____
Shock absorber nitrogen pressure can decrease.

Subtask 12-12-32-611-069

B. Hydraulic Replenishment of the MLG Two-Stage Shock Absorber with the


Vacuum Procedure

WARNING : WEAR GOGGLES WHEN YOU REMOVE OR INSTALL THE LOCKWIRE. CUT,
_______
REMOVE AND DISCARD THE LOCKWIRE AS YOU DO THE TASK. LOOSE
LOCKWIRE CAN CUT OR BLIND YOU.

NOTE : This procedure will allow the MLG to be replenished without


____
extending and compressing the MLG again and again.

(1) Remove the blanking cap (2) from the bottom charging valve (1).

(2) Remove the blanking cap (3) from the top charging valve (4).

(3) Release the nitrogen pressure:

(a) Slowly open the bottom charging valve assembly (1).

(b) Slowly open the top charging valve assembly (4).

NOTE : During the steps that follow some oil can come out of the
____
top charging valve (4).



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 359
Nov 01/09
R  
CES 
(4) Remove the gas from the oil as follows:

(a) Put the axle jack in position under the jacking dome (6) of the
applicable landing gear. Make sure that the axle jack is free to
move forward and aft.

(b) Release all the nitrogen from the bottom charging valve assembly
(1).

(c) Close the bottom charging valve assembly (1).

(d) Make sure that:


- the top charging valve assembly (4) is open
- the bottom charging valve assembly (1) is closed.

(e) Use the axle jack to fully compress the shock absorber.

(f) Close the top charging valve assembly (4).

(g) Slowly lower the axle jack to fully extend the shock absorber.

(h) When the shock absorber is fully extended, do not continue the
procedure for a minimum of 30 minutes (to let the shock absorber
become stable).

NOTE : A vacuum will be present in the shock absorber chamber 1


____
for 30 minutes.

(i) Slowly open the top charging valve assembly (4).

NOTE : Nitrogen will be released.


____

(5) Remove and discard the lock wire from the body of the top charging
valve (4).

(6) Remove the top charging valve assembly (4).

(7) Remove and discard the packing (5) from the top charging valve
assembly (4).

(8) Install the standard charging equipment on the two-stage shock


absorber:

(a) Install the filler adaptor (17) in the port of the top charging
valve.



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 360
Nov 01/09
R  
CES 
(b) TORQUE the filler adaptor (17) to between 1.13 and 1.58 m.daN
(99.99 and 139.82 lbf.in).

(c) Connect the elbow fitting (18) to the filler adaptor (17).

(d) Connect the filling hose (16) to the elbow fitting (18).

(e) Install the 28 bar (406.1055 psi) pressure gage (15) on the
three-way valve (19).

(f) Connect the three-way valve (19) to the filling hose (16).

(g) Connect the hydraulic pump (24) and the hydraulic fluid reservoir
(23) to the three-way valve (19) with the supply hose (25).

WARNING : DO NOT GET HYDRAULIC FLUID ON YOUR SKIN, IN YOUR EYES


_______
OR IN YOUR MOUTH. HYDRAULIC FLUID IS POISONOUS AND CAN
GO THROUGH YOUR SKIN AND INTO YOUR BODY. FLUSH
HYDRAULIC FLUID FROM YOUR EYES, MOUTH OR SKIN WITH
WATER. GET MEDICAL AID IF YOU GET HYDRAULIC FLUID IN
YOUR EYES OR MOUTH.

(h) Fill the hydraulic fluid reservoir with HYDRAULIC FLUIDS


(Material No. 02-001) or HYDRAULIC FLUIDS (Material No. 02-004)
or HYDRAULIC FLUIDS (Material No. 02-006).

NOTE : Hydraulic fluids 02-001, 02-004 and 02-006 can be mixed in


____
all applicable maintenance tasks and in all quantities.

(i) Connect the bleed hose (21) between the three-way valve (19) and
the drain container (22).

(j) Open the control valves (20) and (26).

(k) Bleed the filling system with the hydraulic pump (24).

(9) Fill the shock absorber with hydraulic fluid:

CAUTION : DO NOT LET THE HYDRAULIC PRESSURE INCREASE TO MORE THAN 22


_______
BAR (319 PSI). IF THE PRESSURE IS MORE THAN THIS VALUE, IT
CAN CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE SHOCK ABSORBER.

CAUTION : DO NOT LET THE HYDRAULIC PRESSURE INCREASE TO MORE THAN 14


_______
BAR (203 PSI) IF THE CHARGING EQUIPMENT HAS A SIGHT GLASS.
IF THE PRESSURE IS MORE THAN THIS VALUE, IT CAN CAUSE
DAMAGE TO THE SIGHT GLASS.



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 361
Nov 01/09
R  
CES 
NOTE : 20 l (5.2833 USgal) of hydraulic fluid is necessary to fill
____
each shock absorber.

(a) Make sure that:


- the bottom charging valve (1) is open
- the control valve (20) is open
- the control valve (26) is closed.

(b) Use the axle jack to fully compress the shock absorber. At the
same time, monitor the hydraulic fluid that goes into the drain
container (22).

NOTE : It is possible that no hydraulic fluid will bleed into the


____
drain container (22) when you initially compress the shock
absorber.

(c) Close the control valve (20) and open the control valve (26).

(d) Use the hydraulic pump (24) to slowly increase the pressure of
the hydraulic supply to 13.8 bar (200.1520 psi). Let the pressure
become stable.

(e) Keep the pressure of the hydraulic supply at 13.8 bar (200.1520
psi). At the same time, slowly lower the axle jack to let the
shock absorber fully extend.

(f) When the shock absorber is fully extended, let the pressure
becomes stable at 13.8 bar (200.1520 psi). When the pressure
becomes stable, do not continue the procedure for a minimum of 5
minutes.

(g) Release the hydraulic supply pressure.

(h) Close the control valve (26) and open the control valve (20).

(10) Use the axle jack to slowly and fully compress the shock absorber.

NOTE : Oil that comes out must not contain bubbles.


____

(11) Keep the shock absorber compressed and the hydraulic pressure
released.

(12) Disconnect the hydraulic supply hose (25) from the three-way valve
(19).

(13) Loosen the elbow-fitting (18) at the filler adaptor (17) and let the
hydraulic fluid drain into the drain container (22).



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 362
Nov 01/09
R  
CES 
(14) Remove the elbow-fitting (18) from the filler adaptor (17).

(15) Close the control valve (20) and remove the bleed hose (21) and the
drain container (22).

(16) Remove the filler adaptor (17).

(17) Install a new packing (5) to the top charging valve assembly (4).

(18) Install the charging valve assembly (4) in the top charging valve
port.

(19) TORQUE the body of the top charging valve (4) to between 1.13 and
1.58 m.daN (99.99 and 139.82 lbf.in).

(20) Safety the body of the top charging valve (4) with MISCELLANEOUS
(Material No. 19-010).

(21) Make sure that the bottom charging valve (1) and the top charging
valve are closed (4).

(22) Install the blanking cap (2) on the bottom charging valve (1).

(23) Install the blanking cap (3) on the top charging valve (4).

(24) Slowly lower and remove the axle jack.

(25) Do the nitrogen filling of the MLG two-stage shock absorber (aircraft
on jacks) (Ref. TASK 12-14-32-614-003).

(26) Make a note in the aircraft log:


- It is recommended that you do a weight on wheels pressure H
dimension check (Ref. TASK 12-14-32-200-001), not less than 24
hours after you lower the aircraft off the jacks.

NOTE : New hydraulic fluid can absorb nitrogen.


____
Shock absorber nitrogen pressure can decrease.



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 363
Nov 01/09
R  
CES 
5. Close-up
________

Subtask 12-12-32-586-053

A. Lower the Aircraft

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

(2) Remove the access platform(s).

(3) Lower the aircraft on its wheels (Ref. TASK 07-11-00-586-002).

Subtask 12-12-32-942-067

B. Remove the Equipment

(1) Remove the warning notice(s).

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



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 364
Nov 01/09
R  
CES 
TASK 12-12-32-611-006

Replenishment of the MLG Torque Link Damper

WARNING : PUT THE SAFETY DEVICES AND THE WARNING NOTICES IN POSITION BEFORE YOU
_______
START A TASK ON OR NEAR:
- THE FLIGHT CONTROLS
- THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES
- THE LANDING GEAR AND THE RELATED DOORS
- COMPONENTS THAT MOVE.

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

WARNING : OBEY THE HYDRAULIC SAFETY PROCEDURES.


_______

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


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

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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

No specific approved AN connector


No specific hydraulic source (minimum supply pressure 50 psi)
No specific safety barriers
R No specific 1 CONTAINER 3 L(3/4 USGAL)
No specific AR GROUND POWER CART-HYDRAULIC
No specific AR HOSE - BLEED
No specific AR SPATULA - NON METALLIC
No specific AR WARNING NOTICE



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 365
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

No specific Torque Wrench : range 0.00 to 1.20 m.daN


(0.00 to 9.00 lbf.ft)
460006804 1 BLEED ADAPTOR

B. Consumable Materials

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

R
Material No. 02-003 F NSA 307110 TYPE 4
NO LONGER AVAILABLE (Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 09-016 USA MIL-PRF-81733D TYPE II CLASS B
CORROSION INHIBITING FILLET CONSISTENCY
(Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 11-003 USA ASTM D 740
METHYL-ETHYL-KETONE (Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 19-003 USA AMS 3819
LINT-FREE COTTON CLOTH (Ref. 20-31-00)
R Material No. 19-010 USA AMS 5687
R LOCKWIRE STAINLESS STEEL ANNEALED 0.8MM DIA
R (Ref. 20-31-00)

C. Referenced Information

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

29-00-00-910-002 Safety Procedures of the Hydraulic System


32-00-00-481-001 Installation of the Safety Devices on the Landing
Gears
12-12-32-991-014 Fig. 311



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 366
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 12-12-32-941-067

A. Safety Precautions

(1) Put the safety barriers in position.

(2) Make sure that the ground safety locks are on the landing gear
(Ref. TASK 32-00-00-481-001).

(3) On the panel 400VU:


- make sure that the landing-gear control-lever 6GA is in the DOWN
position
- put a WARNING NOTICE in position to tell persons not to operate the
landing gear.

4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 12-12-32-611-054

A. Replenishment of the Main Landing Gear (MLG) Torque Link Damper


(Ref. Fig. 311/TASK 12-12-32-991-014)

R WARNING : WEAR GOGGLES WHEN YOU REMOVE OR INSTALL THE LOCKWIRE. CUT,
_______
R REMOVE AND DISCARD THE LOCKWIRE AS YOU DO THE TASK. LOOSE
R LOCKWIRE CAN CUT OR BLIND YOU.

R WARNING : BE CAREFUL WHEN YOU USE THE CONSUMABLE MATERIAL(S). YOU MUST
_______
R OBEY THE OPERATORS AND MANUFACTURERS HEALTH AND SAFETY
R INSTRUCTIONS.

(1) Remove the sealant from the bleed screw (1) and the bleed plug (2)
with the SPATULA - NON METALLIC.

(2) Remove and discard the lockwire from the cap assembly (6) and the
bleed screw (1).

(3) Clean the items that follow with MISCELLANEOUS (Material No. 19-003)
R made moist with CLEANING AGENTS (Material No. 11-003):
- the bleed screw (1)
- the bleed plug (2)
- the bleed plug housing (8).

(4) Remove the cap assembly (6) and the bleed screw (1).



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 367
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
Torque Link Damper
Figure 311/TASK 12-12-32-991-014



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 368
Nov 01/09
 
CES 
(5) Install the BLEED ADAPTOR (460006804) to the bleed plug (2).

(6) Install the HOSE - BLEED on the BLEED ADAPTOR.

R (7) Put a CONTAINER 3 L(3/4 USGAL) below the bleed hose.

(8) Open the bleed plug (2).

(9) Install an approved AN connector to the check valve (7).

(10) Connect a GROUND POWER CART-HYDRAULIC or a hydraulic source (minimum


supply pressure 50 psi) that contains HYDRAULIC FLUIDS (Material No.
02-003), to the approved AN connector.

(11) You must obey the hydraulic safety procedures (Ref. TASK 29-00-00-
910-002).

(12) Supply hydraulic fluid, at a pressure of between 2.42 bar (35 psi)
and 2.75 bar (40 psi), to the check valve (7).

(13) Keep the hydraulic pressure until you get an air-free flow of fluid
from the bleed plug (2).

(14) Increase the pressure of the hydraulic fluid to between 2.75 bar (40
psi) and 3.45 bar (50 psi).

(15) Close the bleed plug (2).

(16) Make sure that the reservoir can (4) moves between 1.5 mm (0.05 in.)
and 3.1 mm (0.12 in.) above the FULL level indicator line.

(17) Keep the hydraulic pressure for a time of 3 minutes. During the 3
minutes make sure that:
- no external leakage of fluid occurs
- the reservoir can (4) does not move.

(18) If there is leakage and/or the reservoir-can (4) moves:


- slowly open the bleed plug (2) to release the hydraulic pressure
- do the steps (9) thru (14) again.

(19) Decrease the hydraulic pressure to zero. Disconnect the hydraulic


ground cart or the hydraulic source and the approved AN connector
from the check valve (7).

(20) Measure the quantity of hydraulic fluid that comes out of the check
valve (7) during a time of 15 seconds. There must be no more than 15
drops.



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 369
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
(21) Open the bleed plug (2) slowly until the reservoir can (4) becomes
level with the FULL line. Close the bleed plug (2).

(22) If the released hydraulic fluid contains air:


- slowly open the bleed plug (2) to release the hydraulic pressure
- do the steps (9) thru (18) again.

(23) Remove the bleed hose and the BLEED ADAPTOR from the bleed plug (2).

(24) Make sure that the parts retained from the removed component are
clean and in the correct condition.

(25) Install the cap assembly (6) on the check valve (7).

(26) Install the bleed screw (1) in the bleed plug (2).

(27) TORQUE the bleed screw (1) to between 0.17 and 0.22 m.daN (15.04 and
19.46 lbf.in).

(28) TORQUE the cap assembly (7) to between 0.57 and 0.67 m.daN (50.44 and
59.29 lbf.in).

R (29) Safety the items that follow with MISCELLANEOUS (Material No. 19-
R 010):
- the bleed screw (1) to the piston assembly (3)
- the cap assembly (6) to the adjacent bolt (5).

(30) Apply SEALANTS (Material No. 09-016) to the items that follow:
- bleed screw (1)
- the bleed plug (2)
- the bleed plug housing (8).

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 12-12-32-942-066

A. Removal of Equipment

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

R (2) Remove the SAFETY BARRIERS.

(3) Remove the warning notice(s).

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



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 370
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
TASK 12-12-32-610-001

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

WARNING : PUT THE SAFETY DEVICES AND THE WARNING NOTICES IN POSITION BEFORE YOU
_______
START A TASK ON OR NEAR:
- THE FLIGHT CONTROLS
- THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES
- THE LANDING GEAR AND THE RELATED DOORS
- COMPONENTS THAT MOVE.

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE GROUND SAFETY-LOCKS ARE IN POSITION ON THE LANDING
_______
GEAR AND DOORS.

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


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

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

NOTE : The NLG shock absorber charge pressure must be measured with the
____
aircraft lifted on jacks and on the ground. This procedure does the
aircraft-on-jacks check first and then the on-ground check. If
necessary, the on-ground check can be done first followed by the
on-jacks check with the procedure (Ref. TASK 12-12-32-610-001-01).

NOTE : This procedure can be done with the aircraft fully lifted on jacks
____
(Ref. TASK 07-11-00-581-001) or lifted at the forward jacking point
(Ref. TASK 07-11-00-581-003).

NOTE : This procedure must be done a minimum of 2 hours after the last
____
aircraft operation. This will make sure that the shock absorber
values recorded are accurate.



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 371
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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

No specific safety barriers


No specific standard charging equipment
No specific thermometer (range -45 Deg.C to 70 Deg.C, accurate to
+/- 2 Deg.C)
No specific GAGE 200 BAR (2900 PSI) - PRESSURE (accurate to +/-
0.5 bar)
No specific GAGE 30 BAR (435 PSI) - PRESSURE (accurate to +/- 0.2
bar)
No specific 1 ACCESS PLATFORM 2M (6 FT)
No specific 1 WARNING NOTICE
No specific Torque Wrench : range 0.00 to 1.20 m.daN
(0.00 to 9.00 lbf.ft)
M21930 1 FILLING ASSEMBLY
98D32203502000 2 SAFETY PIN - NLG DOOR

B. Consumable Materials

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

Material No. 05-004B USA MIL-L-25567 TYPE I


OXYGEN LEAK DETECTOR (Ref. 20-31-00)

C. Referenced Information

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

07-11-00-581-001 Lifting for Aircraft Maintenance Operations


07-11-00-581-003 Lifting of the Aircraft at Forward Jacking Point, MLG
Wheels on the Ground
07-11-00-586-001 Lowering of the Aircraft at Forward Jacking Point,
MLG Wheels on the Ground
07-11-00-586-002 Lowering of the Aircraft for Maintenance Operations
12-12-32-611-005 NLG Shock Absorber Oil Replenishment and Nitrogen
Filling (Aircraft on Jacks)



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 372
Feb 01/10
R  
CES 
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

32-00-00-481-001 Installation of the Safety Devices on the Landing


Gears
32-22-00-010-001 Nose Gear Doors - Ground Doors Opening
32-22-00-410-001 Nose Gear Doors - Ground Doors Closing
12-12-32-991-001 Fig. 301
12-12-32-991-012 Fig. 302
12-12-32-991-034 Fig. 303
12-12-32-991-029 Fig. 304
R 12-12-32-991-024 Fig. 312

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 12-12-32-941-073

A. Safety Precautions

(1) Put the safety barriers in position.

(2) Make sure that the ground safety locks are installed on the landing
gear (Ref. TASK 32-00-00-481-001).

(3) On panel 400VU, make sure that the landing-gear control-lever 6GA is
in the DOWN position.

(4) Put a WARNING NOTICE on panel 400VU, to tell persons not to operate
the landing-gear controls.

(5) Put a WARNING NOTICE in position to tell persons not to operate the
NLG doors.

Subtask 12-12-32-010-054

B. Get Access

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE TRAVEL RANGES OF THE LANDING GEAR DOORS ARE
_______
CLEAR.

(1) Open the NLG doors (Ref. TASK 32-22-00-010-001).

(2) Install the SAFETY PIN - NLG DOOR (98D32203502000) in the linkage of
each forward NLG door (Ref. TASK 32-00-00-481-001).

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



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 373
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
4. Procedure
_________

R (Ref. Fig. 312/TASK 12-12-32-991-024)

Subtask 12-12-32-582-056

A. Lift the Aircraft on Jacks

(1) Lift the aircraft on jacks (Ref. TASK 07-11-00-581-001) or (Ref. TASK
07-11-00-581-003).

Subtask 12-12-32-614-080

B. Adjust the Charge Pressure of the NLG Shock Absorber (Aircraft on Jacks)

(1) Make sure that the shock absorber is fully extended. Dimension H must
be between 447 mm (17.5984 in.) and 451 mm (17.7559 in.).
(Ref. Fig. 303/TASK 12-12-32-991-034)

(2) Install the standard charging equipment on the FILLING ASSEMBLY


(M21930) as follows:
(Ref. Fig. 301/TASK 12-12-32-991-001, 302/TASK 12-12-32-991-012)

(a) Connect the nitrogen source hose (18) to the nitrogen source.

(b) Connect the nitrogen source hose (18) to the three-way valve
(12).

(c) Connect the filling hose (11) to the three-way valve (12).

NOTE : It is recommended to use a filling hose (11) of less than


____
3 m (9.84 ft.) long. A filling hose length of more than 3m
(9.84 ft.) will decrease pressure measurement accuracy.

(d) Remove the blanking cap (1) and the plug (5) from the FILLING
ASSEMBLY.

(e) Connect the filling hose (11) to the end fitting (2) of the
FILLING ASSEMBLY.

(f) Slowly open the control valves (13) and (19) on the three-way
valve (12) and the control valve of the nitrogen source. Blow
nitrogen through the charging equipment to bleed the system with
nitrogen.



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 374
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
R NLG Maintenance Plan - Aircraft on Jacks to Start
R Figure 312/TASK 12-12-32-991-024



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 375
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
(g) Close the control valves (13) and (19) on the three-way valve
(12) and the control valve of the nitrogen source.

CAUTION : MAKE SURE THAT YOU USE A GAGE WITH THE SPECIFIED
_______
PRESSURE RANGE. THIS IS NECESSARY TO GET AN ACCURATE
PRESSURE MEASUREMENT.

(h) Install the GAGE 30 BAR (435 PSI) - PRESSURE (accurate to +/- 0.2
bar) (10) on the three-way valve (12).

(3) Install the FILLING ASSEMBLY on the charging valve (6) as follows:
(Ref. Fig. 301/TASK 12-12-32-991-001)

(a) Remove the blanking cap (7) from the charging valve (6).

(b) Move the wrench (9) up to the knurled shoulder (3) and install
the FILLING ASSEMBLY on the charging valve (6).

(c) Turn the core (8) of the FILLING ASSEMBLY clockwise with the
knurled shoulder (3). This will install the seal (4) on the
charging valve (6).

(4) Do a check of the charging equipment for leaks as follows:

(a) Make sure that the charging valve (6) and the control valve (13)
on the three-way valve (12) are closed.

(b) Slowly open the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).

(c) Slowly open the control valve of the nitrogen source. Add
nitrogen until the pressure shown on the pressure gage is 19 bar
(275.5716 psi).

(d) Close the control valve of the nitrogen source.

(e) Let the pressure become stable, continue after a minimum of five
minutes. This will make sure that there are no leaks in the
charging equipment.

(f) Close the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).

(5) Do a check of the NLG shock absorber charge pressure as follows:

(a) Use a thermometer (range -45 Deg.C to 70 Deg.C, accurate to +/- 2


Deg.C) to measure and record the temperature adjacent to the
charging valve (6). Make sure that the thermometer touches the
shock absorber outer-cylinder. If possible, measure the



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 376
Feb 01/10
R  
CES 
temperature at the top part of the cylinder (through the vent
hole) at the aft part of the main fitting.
(Ref. Fig. 301/TASK 12-12-32-991-001)

(b) Use the FILLING ASSEMBLY to open the charging valve (6). Open the
control valve (19) and record the pressure shown on the pressure
gage (10).

(c) Close the control valve (19) and the charging valve (6).

(d) Refer to the table and use the recorded temperature value to
identify the correct charge pressure.
(Ref. Fig. 304/TASK 12-12-32-991-029)

(e) If the recorded pressure value is the same as the correct


pressure plus or minus 0.5 bar (7.2518 psi), go to step (7).

(6) If the pressure is incorrect, inflate the NLG shock absorber as


follows:

CAUTION : ALWAYS ADD NITROGEN SLOWLY WHEN YOU PRESSURIZE THE SHOCK
_______
ABSORBER. IF YOU ADD THE NITROGEN TOO QUICKLY, THE
TEMPERATURE WILL INCREASE AND HAVE AN EFFECT ON THE SHOCK
ABSORBER PRESSURE.

(a) Open the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).

(b) Use the FILLING ASSEMBLY to open the charging valve (6).

(c) Gradually open the control valve of the nitrogen source to adjust
the charge pressure in the shock absorber. Do this until you get
the correct value as identified in step (5)(d).

(d) Close the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).

(e) Use the FILLING ASSEMBLY to close the charging valve (6).

(f) Let the pressure become stable, continue after fifteen minutes.

(g) Open the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12) and the
charging valve (6). Make sure that the pressure gage (10) shows
the same pressure as the correct pressure in step (5)(d) plus or
minus 0.5 bar (7.2518 psi).

(h) If necessary, do steps (a) to (g) again to adjust the pressure.



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 377
Feb 01/10
R  
CES 
(7) Remove the equipment as follows:

(a) Close the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).

(b) Use the FILLING ASSEMBLY to close the charging valve (6).

(c) Close the control valve of the nitrogen source.

(d) Open the control valve (13) to release the pressure. Remove the
nitrogen source from the three-way valve (12). Close the control
valve (13).

NOTE : Do not remove the charging equipment if you do the


____
aircraft-on-ground measurement after the aircraft-on-jacks
measurement. If you do not remove the charging equipment,
go to Para.4.C.

(e) Remove the pressure gage (10).

(f) Remove the FILLING ASSEMBLY and the standard charging equipment
from the charging valve (6).

(g) TORQUE the charging valve (6) to between 0.5 and 0.8 m.daN (44.24
and 70.79 lbf.in).

WARNING : OBEY THE MANUFACTURERS INSTRUCTIONS WHEN YOU USE THE


_______
SPECIAL MATERIAL.
THIS MATERIAL IS DANGEROUS.

(h) Use SPECIAL MATERIALS (Material No. 05-004B) to do a leak check


of the charging valve (6).

(i) Install the blanking cap (7) on the charging valve (6).

Subtask 12-12-32-586-054

C. Lower the Aircraft

(1) Lower the aircraft onto its wheels (Ref. TASK 07-11-00-586-002) or
(Ref. TASK 07-11-00-586-001).



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 378
Feb 01/10
R  
CES 
Subtask 12-12-32-614-081

D. Measure the Charge Pressure of the NLG Shock Absorber (Aircraft on


Ground)

NOTE : The aircraft-on-ground measurement must be done less than eight


____
days after the on-jacks measurement.

NOTE : For the tasks completed with the A/C in a weight-on-wheels


____
configuration, the A/C must be stable (no movement of persons in
the A/C).

(1) Install the standard charging equipment on the FILLING ASSEMBLY


(M21930) as follows:
(Ref. Fig. 302/TASK 12-12-32-991-012)

(a) Connect the nitrogen source hose (18) to the nitrogen source.

(b) Connect the nitrogen source hose (18) to the three-way valve
(12).

(c) Connect the filling hose (11) to the three-way valve (12).

NOTE : It is recommended to use a filling hose (11) of less than


____
3 m (9.84 ft.) long. A filling hose length of more than 3m
(9.84 ft.) will decrease pressure measurement accuracy.

(d) Remove the blanking cap (1) and the plug (5) from the FILLING
ASSEMBLY.

(e) Connect the filling hose (11) to the end fitting (2) of the
FILLING ASSEMBLY.

(f) Slowly open the control valves (13) and (19) on the three-way
valve (12) and the control valve of the nitrogen source. Blow
nitrogen through the charging equipment to bleed the system with
nitrogen.

(g) Close the control valves (13) and (19) on the three-way valve
(12) and the control valve of the nitrogen source.

CAUTION : MAKE SURE THAT YOU USE A GAGE WITH THE SPECIFIED
_______
PRESSURE RANGE. THIS IS NECESSARY TO GET AN ACCURATE
PRESSURE MEASUREMENT.

(h) Install the GAGE 200 BAR (2900 PSI) - PRESSURE (accurate to +/-
0.5 bar) (10) on the three-way valve (12).



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 379
Feb 01/10
R  
CES 
(2) Install the FILLING ASSEMBLY on the charging valve (6) as follows:
(Ref. Fig. 301/TASK 12-12-32-991-001)

(a) Remove the blanking cap (7) from the charging valve (6).

(b) Move the wrench (9) up to the knurled shoulder (3) and install
the FILLING ASSEMBLY on the charging valve (6).

(c) Turn the core (8) of the FILLING ASSEMBLY clockwise with the
knurled shoulder (3). This will install the seal (4) on the
charging valve (6).

(3) Do a check of the charging equipment for leaks as follows:

(a) Make sure that the charging valve (6) and the control valve (13)
on the three-way valve (12) are closed.

(b) Open the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).

(c) Use a thermometer (range -45 Deg.C to 70 Deg.C, accurate to +/- 2


Deg.C) to measure and record the temperature adjacent to the
charging valve (6). Make sure that the thermometer touches the
shock absorber outer-cylinder. If possible, measure the
temperature at the top part of the cylinder (through the vent
hole) at the aft part of the main fitting.
(Ref. Fig. 301/TASK 12-12-32-991-001)

(d) Measure and record the shock absorber extension (dimension H).
(Ref. Fig. 303/TASK 12-12-32-991-034)

(e) Use the recorded dimension H and temperature values to identify


the correct pressure for the shock absorber extension.
(Ref. Fig. 304/TASK 12-12-32-991-029)

(f) Gradually open the control valve of the nitrogen source. Do this
until the pressure gage (10) shows the necessary pressure plus or
minus 0.5 bar (7.2518 psi).

(g) Close the control valve of the nitrogen source.

(h) Do a check of the pressure in the charging equipment. Make sure


that the pressure stays stable for five minutes and there are no
leaks.

(i) Close the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 380
Feb 01/10
R  
CES 
(4) Do a check of the NLG shock absorber charge pressure as follows:

(a) Use a thermometer (range -45 Deg.C to 70 Deg.C, accurate to +/- 2


Deg.C) to measure and record the temperature adjacent to the
charging valve (6). Make sure that the thermometer touches the
shock absorber outer-cylinder. If possible, measure the
temperature at the top part of the cylinder (through the vent
hole) at the aft part of the main fitting.
(Ref. Fig. 301/TASK 12-12-32-991-001)

(b) Use the FILLING ASSEMBLY to slowly open the charging valve (6).

(c) Open the control valve (19) and record the pressure shown on the
pressure gage (10).

(d) Measure and record the shock absorber extension (dimension H).
(Ref. Fig. 303/TASK 12-12-32-991-034)

(e) Use the recorded pressure and temperature values to identify the
correct dimension H for the shock absorber extension. Compare
this value with the dimension H recorded in step (d).
(Ref. Fig. 304/TASK 12-12-32-991-029)

(f) If the recorded H value is the same as the correct dimension H


plus or minus 10 mm (0.3937 in.), go to step (5).

(g) If the dimension H is incorrect, do the NLG shock absorber oil


replenishment and nitrogen filling procedure (Ref. TASK 12-12-32-
611-005).

(5) Remove the charging equipment as follows:

(a) Close the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).

(b) Use the FILLING ASSEMBLY to close the charging valve (6).

(c) Open the control valve (13) to release the pressure. Remove the
nitrogen source from the three-way valve (12).

(d) Remove the pressure gage (10).

(e) Remove the FILLING ASSEMBLY and the standard charging equipment
from the charging valve (6).



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 381
Feb 01/10
R  
CES 
(f) TORQUE the charging valve (6) to between 0.5 and 0.8 m.daN (44.24
and 70.79 lbf.in).

WARNING : OBEY THE MANUFACTURERS INSTRUCTIONS WHEN YOU USE THE


_______
SPECIAL MATERIAL.
THIS MATERIAL IS DANGEROUS.

(g) Use SPECIAL MATERIALS (Material No. 05-004B) to do a leak check


of the charging valve (6).

(h) Install the blanking cap (7) on the charging valve (6).

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 12-12-32-410-054

A. Close Access

(1) Remove the SAFETY PIN - NLG DOOR from the linkage of each forward NLG
door (Ref. TASK 32-22-00-410-001).

(2) Close the NLG doors (Ref. TASK 32-22-00-410-001).

Subtask 12-12-32-942-072

B. Removal of the Equipment

(1) Remove the safety barriers.

(2) Remove the warning notice(s).

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



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 382
Feb 01/10
R  
CES 
TASK 12-12-32-610-001- 01

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

WARNING : PUT THE SAFETY DEVICES AND THE WARNING NOTICES IN POSITION BEFORE YOU
_______
START A TASK ON OR NEAR:
- THE FLIGHT CONTROLS
- THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES
- THE LANDING GEAR AND THE RELATED DOORS
- COMPONENTS THAT MOVE.

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE GROUND SAFETY-LOCKS ARE IN POSITION ON THE LANDING
_______
GEAR AND DOORS.

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


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

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

NOTE : The Nose Landing Gear (NLG) shock absorber charge pressure must be
____
measured with the aircraft on the ground and lifted on jacks. This
procedure does the aircraft-on-ground check first and then the
on-jacks check. If necessary, the on-jacks check can be done first
followed by the on-ground check with the procedure (Ref. TASK
12-12-32-610-001).

NOTE : This procedure can be done with the aircraft fully lifted on jacks
____
(Ref. TASK 07-11-00-581-001) or lifted at the forward jacking point
(Ref. TASK 07-11-00-581-003).

NOTE : This procedure must be done a minimum of 2 hours after the last
____
aircraft operation. This will make sure that the shock absorber
values recorded are accurate.



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 383
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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

No specific safety barriers


No specific standard charging equipment
No specific thermometer (range -45 Deg.C to 70 Deg.C, accuracy
+/- 2 Deg.C)
No specific GAGE 200 BAR (2900 PSI) - PRESSURE (accurate to +/-
0.5 bar)
No specific GAGE 30 BAR (435 PSI) - PRESSURE (accurate to +/- 0.2
bar)
No specific 1 ACCESS PLATFORM 2M (6 FT)
No specific 1 WARNING NOTICE
No specific Torque Wrench : range 0.00 to 1.20 m.daN
(0.00 to 9.00 lbf.ft)
M21930 1 FILLING ASSEMBLY
98D32203502000 2 SAFETY PIN - NLG DOOR

B. Consumable Materials

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

Material No. 05-004B USA MIL-L-25567 TYPE I


OXYGEN LEAK DETECTOR (Ref. 20-31-00)

C. Referenced Information

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

07-11-00-581-001 Lifting for Aircraft Maintenance Operations


07-11-00-581-003 Lifting of the Aircraft at Forward Jacking Point, MLG
Wheels on the Ground
07-11-00-586-001 Lowering of the Aircraft at Forward Jacking Point,
MLG Wheels on the Ground
07-11-00-586-002 Lowering of the Aircraft for Maintenance Operations
12-12-32-611-005 NLG Shock Absorber Oil Replenishment and Nitrogen
Filling (Aircraft on Jacks)



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 384
Feb 01/10
R  
CES 
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

32-00-00-481-001 Installation of the Safety Devices on the Landing


Gears
32-22-00-010-001 Nose Gear Doors - Ground Doors Opening
32-22-00-410-001 Nose Gear Doors - Ground Doors Closing
12-12-32-991-001 Fig. 301
12-12-32-991-012 Fig. 302
12-12-32-991-034 Fig. 303
12-12-32-991-029 Fig. 304
R 12-12-32-991-025 Fig. 313

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 12-12-32-941-074

A. Safety Precautions

(1) Put the safety barriers in position.

(2) Make sure that the ground safety locks are installed on the landing
gear (Ref. TASK 32-00-00-481-001).

(3) On panel 400VU, make sure that the landing-gear control-lever 6GA is
in the DOWN position.

(4) Put a WARNING NOTICE on panel 400VU, to tell persons not to operate
the landing-gear controls.

(5) Put a WARNING NOTICE in position to tell persons not to operate the
NLG doors.

Subtask 12-12-32-010-055

B. Get Access

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE TRAVEL RANGES OF THE LANDING GEAR DOORS ARE
_______
CLEAR.

(1) Open the NLG doors (Ref. TASK 32-22-00-010-001).

(2) Install the SAFETY PIN - NLG DOOR (98D32203502000) in the linkage of
each forward NLG door (Ref. TASK 32-00-00-481-001).

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



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 385
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
4. Procedure
_________

R (Ref. Fig. 313/TASK 12-12-32-991-025)

Subtask 12-12-32-614-082

A. Adjust the Charge Pressure of the NLG Shock Absorber (Aircraft on Wheels)

NOTE : For the tasks completed with the A/C in a weight-on-wheels


____
configuration, the A/C must be stable (no movement of persons in
the A/C).

(1) Install the standard charging equipment on the FILLING ASSEMBLY


(M21930) as follows:
(Ref. Fig. 302/TASK 12-12-32-991-012)

(a) Connect the nitrogen source hose (18) to the nitrogen source.

(b) Connect the nitrogen source hose (18) to the three-way valve
(12).

(c) Connect the filling hose (11) to the three-way valve (12).

NOTE : It is recommended to use a filling hose (11) of less than


____
3 m (9.84 ft.) long. A filling hose length of more than 3m
(9.84 ft.) will decrease pressure measurement accuracy.

(d) Remove the blanking cap (1) and the plug (5) from the FILLING
ASSEMBLY.

(e) Connect the filling hose (11) to the end fitting (2) of the
FILLING ASSEMBLY.

(f) Slowly open the control valves (13) and (19) on the three-way
valve (12) and the control valve on the nitrogen source. Blow
nitrogen through the charging equipment to bleed the system with
nitrogen.

(g) Close the control valves (13) and (19) on the three-way valve
(12) and the control valve of the nitrogen source.

CAUTION : MAKE SURE THAT YOU USE A GAGE WITH THE SPECIFIED
_______
PRESSURE RANGE. THIS IS NECESSARY TO GET AN ACCURATE
PRESSURE MEASUREMENT.

(h) Install the GAGE 200 BAR (2900 PSI) - PRESSURE (accurate to +/-
0.5 bar) (10) on the three-way valve (12).



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 386
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
NLG Maintenance Plan - Aircraft on Ground to start
R Figure 313/TASK 12-12-32-991-025



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 387
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
(2) Install the FILLING ASSEMBLY on the charging valve (6) as follows:
(Ref. Fig. 301/TASK 12-12-32-991-001)

(a) Remove the blanking cap (7) from the charging valve (6).

(b) Move the wrench (9) up to the knurled shoulder (3) and install
the FILLING ASSEMBLY on the charging valve (6).

(c) Turn the core (8) of the FILLING ASSEMBLY clockwise with the
knurled shoulder (3). This will install the seal on the charging
valve (6).

(3) Do a check of the charging equipment for leaks as follows:

(a) Make sure that the charging valve (6) and the control valve (13)
on the three-way valve (12) are closed.

(b) Open the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).

(c) Use a thermometer (range -45 Deg.C to 70 Deg.C, accuracy +/- 2


Deg.C) to measure and record the temperature adjacent to the
charging valve (6). Make sure that the thermometer touches the
shock absorber outer-cylinder. If possible, measure the
temperature at the top part of the cylinder (through the vent
hole) at the aft part of the main fitting.
(Ref. Fig. 301/TASK 12-12-32-991-001)

(d) Measure and record the shock absorber extension (dimension H).
(Ref. Fig. 303/TASK 12-12-32-991-034)

(e) Use the recorded dimension H and temperature values to identify


the correct pressure for the shock absorber extension.
(Ref. Fig. 304/TASK 12-12-32-991-029)

(f) Gradually open the control valve of the nitrogen source. Do this
until the pressure gage (10) shows the necessary charging
pressure plus or minus 0.5 bar (7.2518 psi).

(g) Close the control valve of the nitrogen source.

(h) Do a check of the pressure in the charging equipment. Make sure


that the pressure stays stable for five minutes and there are no
leaks.

(i) Close the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 388
Feb 01/10
R  
CES 
(4) Do a check of the NLG shock absorber charge pressure as follows:

(a) Use a thermometer (range -45 Deg.C to 70 Deg.C, accuracy +/- 2


Deg.C) to measure and record the temperature adjacent to the
charging valve (6). Make sure that the thermometer touches the
shock absorber outer-cylinder. If possible, measure the
temperature at the top part of the cylinder (through the vent
hole) at the aft part of the main fitting.
(Ref. Fig. 301/TASK 12-12-32-991-001)

(b) Use the FILLING ASSEMBLY to slowly open the charging valve (6).

(c) Open the control valve (19) and record the pressure shown on the
pressure gage (10).

(d) Measure and record the shock absorber extension (dimension H).
(Ref. Fig. 303/TASK 12-12-32-991-034)

(e) Use the recorded pressure and temperature values to identify the
correct dimension H for the shock absorber extension. Compare
this value with the dimension H you recorded in step (d).
(Ref. Fig. 304/TASK 12-12-32-991-029)

(f) If the measured H value is the same as the reference value plus
or minus 10 mm (0.3937 in.), go to step (6).

(5) If the shock absorber extension (dimension H) is incorrect, inflate


the NLG shock absorber as follows:

CAUTION : ALWAYS ADD NITROGEN SLOWLY WHEN YOU PRESSURIZE THE SHOCK
_______
ABSORBER. IF YOU ADD THE NITROGEN TOO QUICKLY, THE
TEMPERATURE WILL INCREASE AND HAVE AN EFFECT ON THE SHOCK
ABSORBER PRESSURE.

(a) Open the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).

(b) Use the FILLING ASSEMBLY to open the charging valve (6).

(c) Gradually open the control valve of the nitrogen source to adjust
the shock absorber extension. Do this until you get the correct
value as identified in step (4)(e).

(d) Close the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).

(e) Use the FILLING ASSEMBLY to close the charging valve (6).

(f) Let the pressure become stable, continue after fifteen minutes.



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 389
Feb 01/10
R  
CES 
(g) Repeat steps (a) to (f) until the measured dimension H agrees
with the correct value plus or minus 10 mm (0.3937 in.).

(6) Remove the charging equipment as follows:

(a) Close the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).

(b) Use the FILLING ASSEMBLY to close the charging valve (6).

(c) Close the control valve of the nitrogen source.

(d) Open the control valve (13) to release the pressure. Remove the
nitrogen source from the three-way valve (12). Close the control
valve (13).

NOTE : Do not remove the charging equipment if you do the


____
aircraft-on-jacks measurement after the aircraft-on-ground
measurement. If you do not remove the charging equipment,
go to Para.4.B.

(e) Remove the pressure gage (10).

(f) Remove the FILLING ASSEMBLY and the standard charging equipment
from the charging valve (6).

(g) TORQUE the charging valve (6) to between 0.5 and 0.8 m.daN (44.24
and 70.79 lbf.in).

(h) Use SPECIAL MATERIALS (Material No. 05-004B) to do a leak check


of the charging valve (6).

(i) Install the blanking cap (7) on the charging valve (6).

Subtask 12-12-32-582-057

B. Lift the Aircraft on Jacks

(1) Lift the aircraft on jacks (Ref. TASK 07-11-00-581-001) or (Ref. TASK
07-11-00-581-003).



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 390
Feb 01/10
R  
CES 
Subtask 12-12-32-614-083

C. Measure the Charge Pressure of the NLG Shock Absorber (Aircraft on Jacks)

NOTE : The aircraft-on-jack measurement must be done less than eight days
____
after the on-ground measurement.

(1) Make sure that the shock absorber is fully extended. Dimension H must
be between 447 mm (17.5984 in.) and 451 mm (17.7559 in.).
(Ref. Fig. 303/TASK 12-12-32-991-034)

(2) Install the standard charging equipment on the FILLING ASSEMBLY


(M21930) as follows:
(Ref. Fig. 302/TASK 12-12-32-991-012)

(a) Connect the nitrogen source hose (18) to the nitrogen source.

(b) Connect the nitrogen source hose (18) to the three-way valve
(12).

(c) Connect the filling hose (11) to the three-way valve (12).

NOTE : It is recommended to use a filling hose (11) of less than


____
3 m (9.84 ft.) long. A filling hose length of more than 3m
(9.84 ft.) will decrease pressure measurement accuracy.

(d) Remove the blanking cap (1) and the plug (7) from the FILLING
ASSEMBLY.

(e) Connect the filling hose (11) to the end fitting (2) of the
FILLING ASSEMBLY.

(f) Slowly open the control valves (13) and (19) on the three-way
valve (12) and the control valve on the nitrogen source. Blow
nitrogen through the charging equipment to bleed the system with
nitrogen.

(g) Close the control valves (13) and (19) on the three-way valve
(12) and the control valve on the nitrogen source.

CAUTION : MAKE SURE THAT YOU USE A GAGE WITH THE SPECIFIED
_______
PRESSURE RANGE. THIS IS NECESSARY TO GET AN ACCURATE
PRESSURE MEASUREMENT.

(h) Install the GAGE 30 BAR (435 PSI) - PRESSURE (accurate to +/- 0.2
bar) (10) on the three-way valve (12).



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 391
Feb 01/10
R  
CES 
(3) Install the FILLING ASSEMBLY on the charging valve (6) as follows:
(Ref. Fig. 301/TASK 12-12-32-991-001)

(a) Remove the blanking cap (7) from the charging valve (6).

(b) Move the wrench (9) up to the knurled shoulder (3) and install
the FILLING ASSEMBLY on the charging valve (6).

(c) Turn the core (8) of the FILLING ASSEMBLY clockwise with the
knurled shoulder (3). This will install the seal (4) on the
charging valve (6).

(4) Do a check of the charging equipment for leaks as follows:

(a) Make sure that the charging valve (6) and the control valve (13)
on the three-way valve (12) are closed.

(b) Slowly open the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).

(c) Slowly open the control valve of the nitrogen source. Add
nitrogen until the pressure shown on the pressure gage is 19 bar
(275.5716 psi).

(d) Close the control valve of the nitrogen source.

(e) Let the pressure become stable, continue after a minimum of five
minutes. This will make sure that there are no leaks in the
charging equipment.

(f) Close the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).

(5) Do a check of the NLG shock absorber charge pressure as follows:

(a) Use a thermometer (range -45 Deg.C to 70 Deg.C, accuracy +/- 2


Deg.C) to measure and record the temperature adjacent to the
charging valve (6). Make sure that the thermometer touches the
shock absorber outer-cylinder. If possible, measure the
temperature at the top part of the cylinder (through the vent
hole) at the aft part of the main fitting.
(Ref. Fig. 301/TASK 12-12-32-991-001)

(b) Use the FILLING ASSEMBLY to slowly open the charging valve (6).

(c) Open the control valve (19) and record the pressure shown on the
pressure gage (10).



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 392
Feb 01/10
R  
CES 
(d) Use the table to identify the correct pressure value for the
recorded temperature. Compare this value with the pressure
recorded in step (c).

(e) If the recorded pressure value is the same as the correct


pressure plus or minus 0.5 bar (7.2518 psi), go to step (6).

(f) If the pressure is incorrect, do the NLG shock absorber oil


replenishment and nitrogen filling procedure (Ref. TASK 12-12-32-
611-005).

(6) Remove the equipment as follows:

(a) Close the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).

(b) Use the FILLING ASSEMBLY to close the charging valve (6).

(c) Open the control valve (13) to release the pressure. Remove the
nitrogen source from the three-way valve (12).

(d) Remove the pressure gage (10).

(e) Remove the FILLING ASSEMBLY and the standard charging equipment
from the charging valve (6).

(f) TORQUE the charging valve (6) to between 0.5 and 0.8 m.daN (44.24
and 70.79 lbf.in).

WARNING : OBEY THE MANUFACTURERS INSTRUCTIONS WHEN YOU USE THE


_______
SPECIAL MATERIAL.
THIS MATERIAL IS DANGEROUS.

(g) Use SPECIAL MATERIALS (Material No. 05-004B) to do a leak check


of the charging valve (6).

(h) Install the blanking cap (7) on the charging valve (6).

Subtask 12-12-32-586-055

D. Lower the Aircraft

(1) Lower the aircraft onto its wheels (Ref. TASK 07-11-00-586-002) or
(Ref. TASK 07-11-00-586-001).



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 393
Feb 01/10
R  
CES 
5. Close-up
________

Subtask 12-12-32-410-055

A. Close Access

(1) Remove the SAFETY PIN - NLG DOOR from the linkage of each forward NLG
door (Ref. TASK 32-22-00-410-001).

(2) Close the NLG doors (Ref. TASK 32-22-00-410-001).

Subtask 12-12-32-942-073

B. Removal of the Equipment

(1) Remove the safety barriers.

(2) Remove the warning notice(s).

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



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 394
Feb 01/10
R  
CES 
TASK 12-12-32-610-002

Check of NLG Shock Absorber Charge Pressure and Fluid Level

WARNING : PUT THE SAFETY DEVICES AND THE WARNING NOTICES IN POSITION BEFORE YOU
_______
START A TASK ON OR NEAR:
- THE FLIGHT CONTROLS
- THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES
- THE LANDING GEAR AND THE RELATED DOORS
- COMPONENTS THAT MOVE.

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE GROUND SAFETY-LOCKS ARE IN POSITION ON THE LANDING
_______
GEAR AND DOORS.

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


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

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

NOTE : The NLG shock absorber nitrogen pressure and fluid level must be
____
measured with the aircraft in heavy configuration and light
configuration. This procedure does at first the heavy configuration
check and then the light configuration check. If necessary, the light
configuration check can be done first followed by the heavy
configuration check in Task 12-12-32-610-002-01.

NOTE : To get the necessary Center of Gravity (CG) weight and configuration
____
for this task, refer to TSM Task 32-31-00-810-876. This task will
give the H values for each aircraft weight and CG.

NOTE : This procedure must be done a minimum of 2 hours after the last
____
aircraft operation. This will make sure that the shock absorber
values recorded are accurate.



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 395
Feb 01/10
R  
CES 
2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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

No specific safety barriers


No specific standard charging equipment
No specific thermometer (range -45 Deg.C to 70 Deg.C, accuracy
+/- 2 Deg.C)
No specific GAGE 200 BAR (2900 PSI) - PRESSURE (accurate to +/-
0.5 bar)
No specific 1 ACCESS PLATFORM 2M (6 FT)
No specific 1 WARNING NOTICE
No specific Torque Wrench : range 0.00 to 1.20 m.daN
(0.00 to 9.00 lbf.ft)
M21930 1 FILLING ASSEMBLY
98D32203502000 2 SAFETY PIN - NLG DOOR

B. Consumable Materials

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

Material No. 05-004B USA MIL-L-25567 TYPE I


OXYGEN LEAK DETECTOR (Ref. 20-31-00)

C. Referenced Information

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

12-12-32-611-005 NLG Shock Absorber Oil Replenishment and Nitrogen


Filling (Aircraft on Jacks)
32-00-00-081-002 Removal of the Safety Devices from the Landing Gear
Doors
32-00-00-481-001 Installation of the Safety Devices on the Landing
Gears
32-00-00-481-002 Installation of the Safety Devices on the Landing
Gear Doors
32-22-00-010-001 Nose Gear Doors - Ground Doors Opening
32-22-00-410-001 Nose Gear Doors - Ground Doors Closing
12-12-32-991-001 Fig. 301



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 396
Feb 01/10
R  
CES 
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

12-12-32-991-012 Fig. 302


12-12-32-991-034 Fig. 303
12-12-32-991-029 Fig. 304
R 12-12-32-991-038 Fig. 314

R **ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 201-249, 251-299, 501-509, 511-526,


R 528-599,

R 12-12-32-991-026 Fig. 315

R **ON A/C 151-199, 401-499,

R 12-12-32-991-026-B Fig. 315A

R **ON A/C 301-399,

R 12-12-32-991-026-A Fig. 315B

**ON A/C ALL

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 12-12-32-941-075

A. Safety Precautions

(1) Put the safety barriers in position.

(2) Make sure that the ground safety locks are installed on the landing
gear (Ref. TASK 32-00-00-481-001).

(3) On panel 400VU, make sure that the landing-gear control-lever 6GA is
in the DOWN position.

(4) Put a WARNING NOTICE on panel 400VU, to tell persons not to operate
the landing-gear controls.

(5) Put a WARNING NOTICE in position to tell persons not to operate the
NLG doors.


R

EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 397
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
Subtask 12-12-32-010-056

B. Get Access

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE TRAVEL RANGES OF THE LANDING GEAR DOORS ARE
_______
CLEAR.

(1) Open the NLG doors (Ref. TASK 32-22-00-010-001).

(2) Install the SAFETY PIN - NLG DOOR in the linkage of each forward NLG
door (Ref. TASK 32-00-00-481-002).

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

4. Procedure
_________

R (Ref. Fig. 314/TASK 12-12-32-991-038)

Subtask 12-12-32-614-084

A. Measure the NLG Shock Absorber Nitrogen Pressure and Fluid Level in Heavy
Aircraft Configuration

NOTE : For the tasks completed with the A/C in a weight-on-wheels


____
configuration, the A/C must be stable (no movement of persons in
the A/C).

(1) Measure and record the shock absorber extension, (dimension H).
(Ref. Fig. 303/TASK 12-12-32-991-034)

(2) Use a thermometer (range -45 Deg.C to 70 Deg.C, accuracy +/- 2 Deg.C)
to measure and record the temperature adjacent to the charging valve
(6). Make sure that the thermometer touches the shock absorber
outer-cylinder. If possible, measure the temperature at the top part
of the cylinder (through the vent hole) at the aft part of the main
fitting.
(Ref. Fig. 301/TASK 12-12-32-991-001)

(3) Read the values H1 and H2 in the related diagram for the recorded
temperature and the aircraft. Make sure that the measured dimension H
is between the values H1 and H2.
R

R **ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 201-249, 251-299, 501-509, 511-526,


R 528-599,

R (Ref. Fig. 315/TASK 12-12-32-991-026)



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 398
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
R NLG Maintenance Plan - Aircraft in Heavy Configuration to Start
R Figure 314/TASK 12-12-32-991-038


R

EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page 399
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
Limit of the H Dimension
R Figure 315/TASK 12-12-32-991-026


R

EFF : 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 201-249,
251-299, 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,
 12-12-32

Page A300
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
R **ON A/C 151-199, 401-499,

R (Ref. Fig. 315A/TASK 12-12-32-991-026-B)

R **ON A/C 301-399,

R (Ref. Fig. 315B/TASK 12-12-32-991-026-A)

**ON A/C ALL

CAUTION : MAKE SURE THAT THE AIRCRAFT WEIGHT AND BALANCE STAY IN THE
_______
SPECIFIED LIMITS WHILE YOU SELECT A CORRECT CONFIGURATION.

(4) If the recorded dimension H is not between the values H1 and H2, the
aircraft is not in a correct configuration. Put the aircraft in a
heavy configuration so that dimension H is between H1 and H2.
(Ref. Fig. 301/TASK 12-12-32-991-001, 303/TASK 12-12-32-991-034)

(5) Install the standard charging equipment on the FILLING ASSEMBLY as


follows:
(Ref. Fig. 302/TASK 12-12-32-991-012)

(a) Connect the nitrogen source hose (18) to the nitrogen source.

(b) Connect the nitrogen source hose (18) to the three-way valve
(12).

(c) Connect the filling hose (11) to the three-way valve (12).

NOTE : It is recommended to use a filling hose (11) of less than


____
3 m (9.84 ft.) long. A filling hose length of more than 3m
(9.84 ft.) will decrease pressure measurement accuracy.

(d) Remove the blanking cap (1) and the plug (5) from the FILLING
ASSEMBLY.

(e) Connect the filling hose (11) to the end fitting (2) of the
FILLING ASSEMBLY.

(f) Slowly open the control valves (13) and (19) on the three-way
valve (12) and the control valve on the nitrogen source. Blow
nitrogen through the charging equipment to bleed the system with
nitrogen.



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page A301
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
Limit of the H Dimension
R Figure 315A/TASK 12-12-32-991-026-B


R

EFF :

151-199, 401-499,  12-12-32

Page A302
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
Limit of the H Dimension
R Figure 315B/TASK 12-12-32-991-026-A


R

EFF :

301-399,  12-12-32

Page A303
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
(g) Close the control valves (13) and (19) on the three-way valve
(12) and the control valve on the nitrogen source.

CAUTION : MAKE SURE THAT YOU USE A GAGE WITH THE SPECIFIED
_______
PRESSURE RANGE. THIS IS NECESSARY TO GET AN ACCURATE
PRESSURE MEASUREMENT.

(h) Install the GAGE 200 BAR (2900 PSI) - PRESSURE (accurate to +/-
0.5 bar) (10) on the three-way valve (12).

(6) Install the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930) on the charging valve (6) as
follows:
(Ref. Fig. 301/TASK 12-12-32-991-001)

(a) Remove the blanking cap (7) from the charging valve (6).

(b) Move the wrench (9) up to the knurled shoulder (3) and install
the FILLING ASSEMBLY on the charging valve (6).

(c) Turn the core (8) of the FILLING ASSEMBLY clockwise with the
knurled shoulder (3). This will install the seal (4) on the
charging valve (6).

(7) Do a check for leaks in the standard charging equipment as follows:

(a) Make sure that the charging valve (6) and the control valve (13)
on the three-way valve (12) are closed.

(b) Open the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).

(c) Measure and record the shock absorber extension (dimension H).
(Ref. Fig. 303/TASK 12-12-32-991-034)

(d) Use the recorded dimension H and the temperature measured in step
(2) to identify the correct pressure for the shock absorber
extension.
(Ref. Fig. 304/TASK 12-12-32-991-029)

(e) Gradually open the control valve of the nitrogen source. Do this
until the pressure gage shows the correct pressure plus or minus
0.5 bar (7.2518 psi).

(f) Close the control valve of the nitrogen source.

(g) Do a check of the pressure in the charging equipment. Make sure


that the pressure stays stable for five minutes and there are no
leaks.



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page A304
Feb 01/10
R  
CES 
(h) Close the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).

(8) Turn the wrench (9) counterclockwise to open the charging valve (6).

(9) Slowly open the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).

(10) Record the pressure shown on the pressure gage (10).

(11) Close the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).

(12) Use a thermometer (range -45 Deg.C to 70 Deg.C, accuracy +/- 2 Deg.C)
to measure and record the temperature adjacent to the charging valve
(6). Make sure that the thermometer touches the shock absorber
outer-cylinder. If possible, measure the temperature at the top part
of the cylinder (through the vent hole) at the aft part of the main
fitting.
(Ref. Fig. 301/TASK 12-12-32-991-001)

(13) Measure and record the shock absorber extension, (dimension H).
R

R **ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 201-249, 251-299, 501-509, 511-526,


R 528-599,

R (Ref. Fig. 315/TASK 12-12-32-991-026)

R **ON A/C 151-199, 401-499,

R (Ref. Fig. 315A/TASK 12-12-32-991-026-B)

R **ON A/C 301-399,

R (Ref. Fig. 315B/TASK 12-12-32-991-026-A)

**ON A/C ALL

(14) Use the recorded pressure and temperature values to identify the
correct dimension H for the shock absorber extension. Compare this
value with the dimension H you recorded in step (13).
(Ref. Fig. 304/TASK 12-12-32-991-029)

(15) If the correct dimension H is the same as the value recorded in step
(1) plus or minus 10 mm (0.3937 in.), go to step (17).



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page A305
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
(16) If the difference between the recorded dimension H and the correct H
value is higher than 10 mm (0.3937 in.), continue as follows:

CAUTION : ALWAYS ADD NITROGEN SLOWLY WHEN YOU PRESSURIZE THE SHOCK
_______
ABSORBER. IF YOU ADD THE NITROGEN TOO QUICKLY, THE
TEMPERATURE WILL INCREASE AND HAVE AN EFFECT ON THE SHOCK
ABSORBER PRESSURE.

(a) Open the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).

(b) Inflate the shock absorber until it gets to the correct dimension
H plus or minus 10 mm (0.3937 in.).

(c) Close the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).

(d) Let the shock absorber become stable, continue after fifteen
minutes.

(e) Open the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).

(f) Measure and record the pressure shown on the pressure gage (10)
and the shock absorber extension (dimension H).
(Ref. Fig. 303/TASK 12-12-32-991-034)

(g) Close the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).

(h) Use the new recorded pressure and temperature values to identify
in the related table the correct dimension H for the shock
absorber extension.
(Ref. Fig. 304/TASK 12-12-32-991-029)

(i) Do steps (a) to (h) again until the recorded dimension H is the
same as the correct H value identified in step (14)(h) plus or
minus 10 mm (0.3937 in.).

(17) When the dimension H is correct, turn the wrench (7) clockwise to
close the charging valve (6).

(18) Close the control valve of the nitrogen source. Open the control
valve (13) on the three-way valve (12) to release the pressure in the
charging system.

NOTE : Do not remove the charging equipment and the filling assembly
____
if you do the light aircraft configuration measurement after
the heavy aircraft configuration measurement. If you do not
remove the charging equipment and the filling assembly go to
Para.4.B.



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page A306
Feb 01/10
R  
CES 
(19) Remove the nitrogen source hose (18) from the nitrogen source.

(20) Remove the pressure gage (10).

(21) Remove the FILLING ASSEMBLY and the standard charging equipment.

(22) TORQUE the charging valve (6) to between 0.5 and 0.8 m.daN (44.24 and
70.79 lbf.in).

WARNING : OBEY THE MANUFACTURERS INSTRUCTIONS WHEN YOU USE THE


_______
SPECIAL MATERIAL.
THIS MATERIAL IS DANGEROUS.

(23) Use SPECIAL MATERIALS (Material No. 05-004B) to do a leak check of


the charging valve (6).

(24) Install the blanking cap (7) on the charging valve (6).

Subtask 12-12-32-614-086

B. Measure the NLG Shock Absorber Nitrogen Pressure and Fluid Level in Light
Aircraft Configuration

NOTE : The light aircraft pressure/stroke measurement must be done less


____
than 8 days after the heavy aircraft pressure/stroke measurement.

(1) Measure and record the shock absorber extension, (dimension H).
(Ref. Fig. 303/TASK 12-12-32-991-034)
R

R **ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 201-249, 251-299, 501-509, 511-526,


R 528-599,

R (Ref. Fig. 315/TASK 12-12-32-991-026)

R **ON A/C 151-199, 401-499,

R (Ref. Fig. 315A/TASK 12-12-32-991-026-B)

R **ON A/C 301-399,

R (Ref. Fig. 315B/TASK 12-12-32-991-026-A)



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page A307
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
**ON A/C ALL

(2) Use a thermometer (range -45 Deg.C to 70 Deg.C, accuracy +/- 2 Deg.C)
to measure and record the temperature adjacent to the charging valve
(6). Make sure that the thermometer touches the shock absorber
outer-cylinder. If possible, measure the temperature at the top part
of the cylinder (through the vent hole) at the aft part of the main
fitting.
(Ref. Fig. 301/TASK 12-12-32-991-001)

(3) Read the values H3 and H4 in the related diagram for the recorded
temperature and the aircraft. Make sure that the dimension H is
between the values H3 and H4.
R

R **ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 201-249, 251-299, 501-509, 511-526,


R 528-599,

R (Ref. Fig. 315/TASK 12-12-32-991-026)

R **ON A/C 151-199, 401-499,

R (Ref. Fig. 315A/TASK 12-12-32-991-026-B)

R **ON A/C 301-399,

R (Ref. Fig. 315B/TASK 12-12-32-991-026-A)

**ON A/C ALL

CAUTION : MAKE SURE THAT THE AIRCRAFT WEIGHT AND BALANCE STAY IN THE
_______
SPECIFIED LIMITS WHILE YOU SELECT A CORRECT CONFIGURATION.

(4) If the recorded dimension H is not between the values H3 and H4, the
aircraft is not in a suitable configuration. Put the aircraft in a
light configuration so that dimension H is between H3 and H4.
(Ref. Fig. 301/TASK 12-12-32-991-001, 303/TASK 12-12-32-991-034)
R

R **ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 201-249, 251-299, 501-509, 511-526,


R 528-599,

R (Ref. Fig. 315/TASK 12-12-32-991-026)



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page A308
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
R **ON A/C 151-199, 401-499,

R (Ref. Fig. 315A/TASK 12-12-32-991-026-B)

R **ON A/C 301-399,

R (Ref. Fig. 315B/TASK 12-12-32-991-026-A)

**ON A/C ALL

(5) Install the standard charging equipment on the FILLING ASSEMBLY as


follows:
(Ref. Fig. 302/TASK 12-12-32-991-012)

(a) Connect the nitrogen source hose (18) to the nitrogen source.

(b) Connect the nitrogen source hose (18) to the three-way valve
(12).

(c) Connect the filling hose (11) to the three-way valve (12).

NOTE : It is recommended to use a filling hose (11) of less than


____
3 m (9.84 ft.) long. A filling hose length of more than 3m
(9.84 ft.) will decrease pressure measurement accuracy.

(d) Remove the blanking cap (1) and the plug (5) from the FILLING
ASSEMBLY.

(e) Connect the filling hose (11) to the end fitting (2) of the
FILLING ASSEMBLY.

(f) Slowly open the control valves (13) and (19) on the three-way
valve (12) and the control valve of the nitrogen source. Blow
nitrogen through the charging equipment to bleed the system with
nitrogen.

(g) Close the control valves (13) and (19) on the three-way valve
(12) and the control valve of the nitrogen source.

CAUTION : MAKE SURE THAT YOU USE A GAGE WITH THE SPECIFIED
_______
PRESSURE RANGE. THIS IS NECESSARY TO GET AN ACCURATE
PRESSURE MEASUREMENT.



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page A309
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
(h) Install the GAGE 200 BAR (2900 PSI) - PRESSURE (accurate to +/-
0.5 bar) (10) on the three-way valve (12).

(6) Install the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930) on the charging valve (6) as
follows:
(Ref. Fig. 301/TASK 12-12-32-991-001)

(a) Remove the blanking cap (7) from the charging valve (6).

(b) Move the wrench (9) up to the knurled shoulder (3) and install
the FILLING ASSEMBLY on the charging valve (6).

(c) Turn the core (8) of the FILLING ASSEMBLY clockwise with the
knurled shoulder (3). Install the seal (4) on the charging valve
(6).

(7) Do a check for leaks in the standard charging equipment as follows:

(a) Make sure the charging valve (6) and the control valve (13) on
the three-way valve (12) are closed.

(b) Open the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).

(c) Measure and record the shock absorber extension (dimension H).
(Ref. Fig. 303/TASK 12-12-32-991-034)

(d) Use the recorded dimension H and the temperature measured in step
(2) to identify the correct pressure for the shock absorber
extension.
(Ref. Fig. 304/TASK 12-12-32-991-029)

(e) Gradually open the control valve of the nitrogen source. Do this
until pressure gage (10) shows the correct pressure plus or minus
0.5 bar (7.2518 psi).

(f) Close the control valve of the nitrogen source.

(g) Do a check of the pressure in the charging equipment. Make sure


that the pressure stays stable for five minutes and there are no
leaks.

(h) Close the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).
(Ref. Fig. 302/TASK 12-12-32-991-012)

(8) Turn the wrench (9) counterclockwise to open the charging valve (6).

(9) Slowly open the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page A310
Feb 01/10
R  
CES 
(10) Record the pressure shown on the pressure gage (10).

(11) Turn the wrench (9) clockwise to close the charging valve (6).

(12) Close the control valve (19) on the three-way valve (12).

(13) Use a thermometer (range -45 Deg.C to 70 Deg.C, accuracy +/- 2 Deg.C)
to measure and record the temperature adjacent to the charging valve
(6). Make sure that the thermometer touches the shock absorber
outer-cylinder. If possible, measure the temperature at the top part
of the cylinder (through the vent hole) at the aft part of the main
fitting.
(Ref. Fig. 301/TASK 12-12-32-991-001)

(14) Measure and record the shock absorber extension (dimension H).
R

R **ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 201-249, 251-299, 501-509, 511-526,


R 528-599,

R (Ref. Fig. 315/TASK 12-12-32-991-026)

R **ON A/C 151-199, 401-499,

R (Ref. Fig. 315A/TASK 12-12-32-991-026-B)

R **ON A/C 301-399,

R (Ref. Fig. 315B/TASK 12-12-32-991-026-A)

**ON A/C ALL

(15) Use the recorded pressure and temperature values to identify the
correct dimension H for the shock absorber extension. Compare this
value with the dimension H you recorded in step (15).
(Ref. Fig. 304/TASK 12-12-32-991-029)

(16) If the recorded dimension H is the same as the correct H value


identified in step (15) plus or minus 10 mm (0.3937 in.), go to step
(19).

(17) If the difference between the two values is higher than 10 mm (0.3937
in.), do the NLG shock absorber oil replenishment and nitrogen
filling procedure (Ref. TASK 12-12-32-611-005).



EFF :

ALL  12-12-32

Page A311
Feb 01/10
 
CES 
(18) If the pressure and the extension are correctly related, remove the
pressure gage (10).

(19) Remove the FILLING ASSEMBLY (M21930) and the standard charging
equipment.

(20) TORQUE the charging valve (6) to between 0.5 and 0.8 m.daN (44.24 and
70.79 lbf.in).

WARNING : OBEY THE MANUFACTURERS INSTRUCTIONS WHEN YOU USE THE


_______
SPECIAL MATERIAL.
THIS MATERIAL IS DANGEROUS.

(21) Use SPECIAL MATERIALS (Material No. 05-004B) to do a leak check of


the charging valve (6).

(22) Install the blanking cap (7) on the charging valve (6).

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 12-12-32-410-056

A. Close Access

(1) Remove the SAFETY PIN - NLG DOOR from the linkage of e