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DEFINITIONS

1) Administrative Control Item


"Administrative control item" means an item listed by the operator in the MEL for tracking and
informational purposes. It may be added to an operator's MEL by approval of the Principal Operations
Inspector provided no relief is granted, or provided conditions and limitations are contained in an
approved document (i.e. Structural Repair Manual, airworthiness directive, etc.). If relief other than
that granted by an approved document is sought for an administrative control item, a request must be
submitted to the Administrator. If the request results in review and approval by the FOEB, the item
becomes an MEL item rather than an administrative control item.

2) Airplane Flight Manual


The CTA/ANAC approved AFM is the document approved by the responsible ANAC Aircraft
Certification Office (ACO) during type certification. The approved flight manual for the specific aircraft
is listed on the applicable Type Certificate Data Sheet (TCDS). The approved flight manual is the
source document for operational limitations and performance parameters for an aircraft. ANAC
requires an approved flight manual for aircraft type certification.

3) As required by RAAC
When the MEL states, “As Required by RAAC” the listed instrument or equipment item is subject to
certain provisions (restrictive or permissive) expressed in the RAAC (Regulaciones Argentinas de
Aviacion Civil) operating rules. The number of items required by RAAC must be operative. When the
listed item is not required by RAAC, it may be inoperative for the time specified by repair category.

4) ATA System Page


The ATA system page is divided into four (4) columns and contains: item and repair interval; number
installed; number required for dispatch; and remarks or exceptions. Standard ATA categories are
used. Items are numbered sequentially.

a) Item (Column 1). This column depicts the equipment, system, component, or function listed in the
“Item” column.

b) Repair Interval (Column 1). See definition number 29.

c) Number Installed (Column 2). This column depicts the number (quantity) of instrument and
equipment items normally installed in the aircraft. This number represents the aircraft configuration
considered in developing this MEL.

d) Number Required for Dispatch (Column 3). This column depicts the minimum number (quantity)
of instrument and equipment items required for operation provided the conditions specified in the
“Remarks or exceptions” (Column 4) are met.

e) Remarks or Exceptions (Column 4). This column may include a statement(s) either prohibiting
or permitting operation with a specific number of instrument and equipment items inoperative,
provisos conditions and limitations) for such operation, and appropriate notes.

f) Provisos. Provisos are indicated by a number or a lower case letter in “Remarks or Exceptions”.
Provisos are conditions or limitations that must be complied with for operation with the listed
instrument or equipment item inoperative.

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4) ATA System Page (Con´t)

g) Notes. Notes provide additional information for crewmember or maintenance consideration.


Notes are used to identify applicable material, which is intended to assist with compliance, but do
not relieve the aircraft operator of the responsibility for compliance with all applicable
requirements. Additional notes may be amended, deleted, or added to the MEL by the aircraft
operator, as appropriate. Notes are not a part of the provisos.

h) Vertical Bar (change bar). A vertical bar indicates a change, addition, or deletion in the adjacent
text for the current revision of that page only. All change bars applicable to the previous revision of
the MEL are removed prior to the release of the next revision.

5) Considered Inoperative
A MEL item may also require that an airplane system is to be “considered inoperative”. In this case,
the item to be considered inoperative shall be treated as if it was inoperative, and all MEL conditions
of that item – including maintenance and operations procedures and limitations – shall be applied.
According to the definition:
“Considered Inoperative”, as used in the provisos means that item must be treated for dispatch, taxi
and flight purposes as though it were inoperative. The item shall not be used or operated until the
original deferred item is repaired. Additional actions include: documenting the item on the dispatch
release (if applicable), placarding, and complying with all remarks, exceptions, and related MEL
provisions, including any (M) and (O) procedures and observing the repair category.
A definition similar to “considered inoperative” is “is not used”. The difference between both
terminologies is that a system to be “not used”, even though will imply in operational procedures and
limitations, will not require that the maintenance procedures related to that item are accomplished.

6) Day of Discovery
"Day of Discovery" is the calendar day an equipment/instrument malfunction was recorded in the
aircraft maintenance log and or record. This day is excluded from the calendar days or flight days
specified in the MEL for the repair of an inoperative item of equipment. This provision is applicable to
all MEL items, i.e., categories "A, B, C, and D."

7) Deactivated and Secured


“Deactivated” and “secured” are both terms which appear associated to a procedure – usually a
maintenance procedure.
“’Deactivated’ and ‘Secured’ means that the specified component must be put into an acceptable
condition for safe flight.

8) Deleted.
“Deleted” in the remarks column after a sequence item indicates that the item was previously listed
but is now required to be operative if installed in the aircraft.
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DEFINITIONS

9) Electronic fault alerting system - General


This definition brings the concepts used to relate the Fault Alert Systems used by Embraer (and other
manufacturers) to the dispatch of the airplanes with items of equipments inoperative.

For the E-Jets, the definition reads:


“The ERJ-170/190 are equipped with an Engine Indicating and Crew Alerting System (EICAS) that provides
three different message levels: WARNING, CAUTION, ADVISORY and STATUS messages. Failures that
effect dispatchability are presented to the flight crew at one of these levels. Other failures may be presented
only to the maintenance personnel on the Multi Function Display (MFD) maintenance pages or through the
download of the Central Maintenance Computer (CMC). System conditions that result only in a maintenance
level message, i.e. no correlation with a higher level EICAS message, do not affect dispatch and do not
require action other than as addressed within an operator's standard maintenance program”.

This definition clarifies if an indicated failure should or not be part of the /MEL.

If it is indicated by an EICAS message, it could be and MEL item (if it fulfills all other requirements for a
MEL item).

If it is not indicated by an EICAS message, it should not be treated as a MEL item.

Some systems which are monitored by EICAS messages may have failures that are exhibited by
maintenance messages and, therefore, may be dispatched operative in those conditions.

For example, the Forward Avionic E-bay Ventilation system is composed by three fans which pull the air
from the avionics compartment to the ventilation area – two of the fans for normal operation and one
emergency backup fan. In case of failure of one of the normal operation fans, no EICAS message is
exhibited – since the system retains its capabilities – and a maintenance message is available in CMC
(FWD AVNX CMPT FAN 1(or 2) [C1(or 2)]/WRG FAULT. Therefore, in this condition, the airplane does not
require a MEL entry to be dispatched.

In the E-Jets MEL there are items which state that an EICAS message may be inoperative. Those items
refer to the malfunction of the system monitoring. When deferring those items on MEL, troubleshoot is
required to confirm that the indication of the message is false.

The EICAS message is declared inoperative when any of the following situations occurs:
− The EICAS message is illuminated and it should not, or
− The EICAS message is not illuminated and it should, or
− The EICAS message illuminates intermittently.

The EICAS messages must be considered as a complete channel or system and comprises components
such as sensors, wiring, relays and indicator lights.

10) Excess Items


"Excess Items" means those items that have been installed that are redundant to the requirements of the
RAAC’s.
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11) FADEC Fault Message Categories (MEL Item 73-21-01).


Refer to GE Engine Manual GEK 112081 ATA 72-00-00 to determinate which FADEC Fault Dispatch
Category is applicable to the current FADEC fault message according with Fault Message Dispatch –
Master index Table.

The definition of the dispatch categories and the approved time limits for which the engine can be
dispatched with control system faults are the followings:

- In-Flight Warning: Indicates fault that requires pilot action or notification. Sent to the cockpit CAS
messages or icons on the EICAS displays. These faults must be corrected prior to the next flight.

- No Dispatch: Dispatch is not permitted with message present. Message can be caused by a single
indicated fault or a combination of short and/or long-term faults.

- Short-Term Dispatch: Dispatch is permitted with a short-term fault(s) present. The permitted dispatch
interval for these faults is 150 flight hours. The indicated fault must be fixed/cleared before 150 flight
hours expires. Message is displayed on EICAS.

- Long-Term Dispatch: Dispatch is permitted with long-term fault(s) present. Correct all long-term faults
on a periodic basis. The time interval approved for this periodic maintenance is less than or equal to 600
flight hours.

- Economic Dispatch: Dispatch is permitted with no time limit.

12) Flight Day


"Flight Day" means a 24 hour period (from midnight to midnight), local time, during which at least one flight
is initiated for the affected aircraft.

13) Fly Away Kit


The Fly Away Kit components are listed in the IT 6.2.24. In case of being necessary, this equipment kit
could be inside the forward cargo compartment when the airplane performs a non-programmed operation.

14) Heavy Maintenance Visit (HMV)


HMV is a maintenance check or airworthiness maintenance program inspection where the aircraft is
scheduled to be out of service for 4 or more days.

15) Icing Conditions


"Icing Conditions" means an atmospheric environment that may cause ice to form on the aircraft (structural)
or in the engine(s) (induction).

16) Inoperative
The “inoperative” terminology is used on the beginning of the provisos, usually as “may be inoperative
provided (...)”. Its definition states:
"Inoperative" means a system and/or component malfunction to the extent that it does not accomplish its
intended purpose and/or is not consistently functioning normally within its approved operating limit(s) or
tolerance(s).
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17) Inoperative components of an inoperative system


When a part of a system is inoperative, but the remaining system is working properly and there is no
specific MEL item related to the inoperative part of the system, if that system has an MEL item related to it,
it can be dispatched inoperative, as the definition states:
“Inoperative items which are components of a system which is inoperative are usually considered
components directly associated with and having no other function than to support that system”.
Since EICAS messages and other warning systems are responsible to advise the flight crew about the
status of the system, they may not be inoperative unless states otherwise on MEL.
“(Warning/caution systems associated with the inoperative system must be operative unless relief is
specifically authorized per the MEL)”.

18) Is not used


“Is not used” in the provisos, remarks or exceptions for an MEL item may specify that another item relieved
in the MEL “is not used”. In such cases, crewmembers should not activate, actuate, or otherwise utilize that
component or system under normal operations. It is not necessary for the operators to accomplish the (M)
procedures associated with the item. However, operational requirements must be complied with, and an
additional placard must be affixed, to the extent practical, adjacent to the control or indicator for the item
that is not used to inform crewmembers that a component or system is not to be used under normal
operations.
Both “considered inoperative” and “is not used” terminologies are to be used only for items listed on MEL.

19) List of Effective Pages


In order to clarify the pages order for each sheet, in the new dual layer page configuration for the MEL,
the LPE (List of effective Pages) table, was modified to the following format:

25- INDEX 1 24 Feb 2014 R


It means both pages in the same dual sheet.
25-1 24 Feb 2014 R
25-2 24 Feb 2014 R
It means both pages in the same dual sheet.
25-3 24 Feb 2014 R
25-4 24 Feb 2014 R
It means both pages in the same dual sheet.
25-5 24 Feb 2014 R
25-6 24 Feb 2014 R
It means both pages in the same dual sheet.
25-7 24 Feb 2014 R

20) MEL Performance Penalties

Introduction
Some MEL and CDL dispatch conditions modify the performance of the airplane. These performance
penalties are used during flight preparation and are applied in flight planning and performance
calculations. There are two different methods to work with performance penalties: Drag Index Method
and Simplified Method.

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20) MEL Performance Penalties (Con´t)

Drag Index Method


The Drag Index Method consists on reducing the performance of the airplane via an index number that
indicates a drag increase. This number is used on Embraer performance software to calculate the
airplane capability on the calculated condition.
For this method, decreases in thrust are considered drag increments. So, it is also used on the MEL
items that require a thrust reduction.
The penalties obtained using Drag Index Method are always optimized for that condition. It considers
the minimum reduction applicable for that configuration (airplane weight, environmental conditions, and
on).

Simplified Method
The DDPM also provides performance penalties via an alternative method. This method consists on the
reduction of the data using the Drag Index Method for the entire flight envelope of the airplane.
Use this method when the Drag Index Method is not feasible. It is more conservative than the Drag
Index Method, providing higher performance penalties.

To use the method, use the following steps:


1. Takeoff weight:
a. Reduce the takeoff limit weight according to the value presented on the MEL item or CDL
item. If the Maximum Performance Weight is higher than Maximum Structural Weight, apply
the penalty to the Structural Weight.

2. Takeoff speeds:
a. VR and V2: obtain VR and V2 for the actual takeoff weight, airport pressure altitude, OAT, flap
and rating configuration;
b. V1: use V1 obtained for the maximum takeoff weight, actual airport pressure altitude, OAT, flap
and rating configuration; if this V1 is higher than previously obtained VR, then, V1 equals VR.

3. Landing weight:
a. Reduce the landing limit weight according to the value presented on the MEL item or CDL item.

4. Enroute:
a. Reduce the net level off for One Engine Inoperative condition (driftdown) according to the value
presented on the MEL item or CDL item. The reductions are based on the AOM Driftdown tables.

5. Flight Planning:
a. Increase fuel onboard and read the new Altitude Capability according to the values presented
on the MEL item or CDL item.

All the values presented on this manual consider the full operational envelope of the airplane.
Operators may obtain different weight reductions if the operational envelope is restricted to the specific
operational environment.

EXAMPLE: EMBRAER 190 DISPATCHED WITH UPPER MAIN LANDING GEAR DOOR MISSING (CDL
32-12-01)
Assuming an EMBRAER 190 AR equipped with CF36-10E5 engines, departing from Airport A to Airport B,
with the following characteristics:
- Airport A: 14°C, calm wind, Sea Level
- TORA = 2500 m, ASDA = 2500 m
- No clearway, no stopway, no slope, no obstacles
- Cruise: LRC, FL350, ISA + 10°C, weight at top of climb (TOC) = 46000 kg
- Airport B: 22°C, calm wind, Sea Level

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20) MEL Performance Penalties (Con´t)


For this situation, if no MEL or CDL item is open, the following performance is applicable if it is desired to
takeoff with the MTOW:
1. Takeoff:
a. MTOW (TO-1, Flaps 2, V2/VS = 1.17): 53000 kg
b. V1/VR/V2: 150/152/154 KIAS
2. Enroute:
a. One engine inoperative net level-off altitude: 15800 ft
3. Landing:
a. MLW (No Ice Accretion, Flap FULL): 50560 kg
4. Flight Planning:
a. Required Fuel: 5500 kg
b. Altitude Capability: FL370

However, considering upper Main Landing Gear Door missing (CDL 32-12-01) the following penalties must
be applied according to the DDPM:
1. Takeoff (Flaps 2): 700 kg
2. Enroute: Reduce the Level Off altitude by 2100 ft
3. Landing (No Ice Accretion, Flap FULL): 630 kg
4. Flight Planning:
a. Increase fuel onboard by 7%
b. Altitude Capability: FL350 (ISA + 10°C)

Thus, this would lead to new values:

1. Takeoff:
The takeoff performance weight for the specific condition is 53000 kg. If the performance limited
weight with no MEL/CDL open is greater than maximum structural takeoff weight, than the penalty
must be applied to the maximum structural weight.

a. MTOW: 51800 kg – 700 kg = 51100 kg


b. V1/VR/V2:

i. V1 (consider maximum takeoff weight before penalties:53000 kg) = 150 KIAS


ii. VR(consider actual takeoff weight: 51100 kg) = 149 KIAS
iii. V2 (consider actual takeoff weight: 51100 kg) = 151 KIAS

As V1 is greater than VR, V1 must be considered equal to VR. So, the resulting takeoff speeds will
be:
V1/VR/V2 = 149/149/151 KIAS

If the Actual Takeoff Weight is below MTOW, the speeds must be recalculated. Considering an
ATOW of 47000 kg:

i. V1 (consider maximum takeoff weight before penalties: 51800 kg) = 150 KIAS
ii. VR (consider actual takeoff weight: 47000 kg) = 142 KIAS
iii. V2 (consider actual takeoff weight: 47000 kg) =145 KIAS

As V1 is greater than VR, V1 must be considered equal to VR. So, the resulting takeoff speeds will
be:
V1/VR/V2 = 142/142/145 KIAS

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20) MEL Performance Penalties (Con´t)

2. Enroute:
a. One engine inoperative net level-off altitude: 15800 ft – 2100 ft = 13700 ft

3. Landing:
a. MLW: 50560 kg – 630 kg = 49930 kg

4. Flight Planning:
a. Required Fuel: 5500 kg + 7% = 5885 kg
b. Altitude Capability: FL350

21) Nonessential equipment and furnishings (NEF)

Nonessential equipment and furnishings (NEF) are those items installed on the aircraft as part of the
original certification, supplemental type certificate, or engineering order that have no effect on the safe
operation of flight and would not be required by the applicable certification rules or operational rules.
They are those items that if inoperative, damaged or missing have no effect on the aircraft’s ability to be
operated safely under all operational conditions. These nonessential items may be installed in areas
including, but not limited to, the passenger compartment, flight deck area, service areas, cargo areas,
crew rest areas, lavatories, and galley areas. NEF items are not items already identified in the MEL or
CDL of the applicable aircraft. They do not include items that are functionally required to meet the
certification rule or for compliance with any operational rule. Operator’s NEF process shall not provide for
deferral of items within serviceable limits identified in the manufacturer maintenance manual or operator’s
approved maintenance program such as wear limits, fuel/hydraulic leak rates, oil consumption, etc.
Cosmetic items that are fully serviceable but worn or soiled may be deferred under an operator’s NEF
process.
The items listed in the NEF section with Category E shall be repaired within one hundred and twenty
(120) consecutive calendar days (2880 hours) excluding the day the malfunction was recorded in the
aircraft maintenance log and/or record, but this lead time could be extended if a technical evaluation is
performed by the Enginering Unit and it concludes that this work needs to be performed in a maintenance
opportunity with longer TAT, without exceeding the next heavy maintenance opportunity in order to not
affect the airplane in-service availability.
The NEF item number must be identified using the following code: NEF X-Y, where X = Letter of the NEF
list and the Y = number of particular item. As example, for the Seat belt extender, its item is: NEF A-22,
and also for the mirror in the galley area, its item is NEF B-8.

22) Notes
"Notes:" in Column 4 provides additional information for crewmember or maintenance consideration.
Notes are used to identify applicable material which is intended to assist with compliance, but do not
relieve the operator of the responsibility for compliance with all applicable requirements. Notes are not a
part of the provisos.

23) Numerical symbol


Numerical symbol in Column 4 indicates a proviso (condition or limitation) that must be complied with for
operation with the listed item inoperative.
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24) Operative
An operative system and/or component will accomplish its intended purpose and is consistently
functioning normally within its design operating limit(s) and tolerance(s). When an MEL item specifies that
an item of equipment must be operative, it does not mean that its operational status must be verified; it’s
to be considered operative unless reported or known to be malfunctioning. When an MEL item specifies
that an item of equipment must be verified operative, it means that it must be
checked and confirmed operative at the interval(s) specified for that MEL item. When an MEL item
specifies that an item of equipment must be verified but no interval is specified, verification is required
only at the time of deferral.
Other terminology sometimes used interchangeably with “operative” within the MEL is “operates
normally”, "fully operative", and "considered operative”. The aircraft operator's MEL may incorporate
standardized terminology of the aircraft operator’s choice to specify that an item of equipment must be
operative, provided the aircraft operator's MEL definitions indicate that the selected "operative"
terminology means that the required item of equipment will accomplish its intended purpose and is
consistently functioning normally within its design operating limit(s) and tolerance(s).

25) Over-the-top
“Over-the-top” means above the layer of clouds or other obscuring phenomena forming the ceiling.

26) Passenger Convenience Items


"Passenger Convenience Items" means those items related to passenger convenience, comfort or
entertainment such as, but not limited to, galley equipment, movie equipment, ash trays, stereo equipment,
overhead reading lamps, etc.

27) Placarding
Each inoperative instrument or equipment item must be placarded to inform and remind the crewmembers and
maintenance personnel of the item condition. To the extent practical, placards should be located adjacent to
the control or indicator for the item affected; however, unless otherwise specified (i.e. AFM), placard wording
and location will be determined by the aircraft operator.

28) Regulaciones Argentinas de Aviación Civil (RAAC).


Regulaciones Argentinas de Aviacion Civil (RAAC) means the applicable requirement for the certified
airplane.

29) Repair Intervals


The MEL allows dispatch of systems and parts of systems inoperative for a period of time, so that the
operators can plan the repairs of the deferred item. The MEL also provides the dispatch intervals for
which the MEL items shall be dispatched inoperative. These intervals begin either at the time the fault
is deferred or a day after the “day of discovery”.
The MEL items have four possible dispatch intervals designated as letters and described as per the
airworthiness authorities:

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29) Repair Intervals (Con´t)

- Category A. Items in this category shall be repaired within the time interval specified in the
remarks column of the operator's approved MEL. For time intervals specified in “calendar days” or
"flight days", the day the malfunction was recorded in the aircraft maintenance record/logbook is
excluded. For all other time intervals (flights, flight legs, cycles, hours, etc), repair tracking begins
at the point when the malfunction is deferred in accordance with the operator's approved MEL.

- Category B. Items in this category shall be repaired within three (3) consecutive calendar days
(72 hours), excluding the day the malfunction was recorded in the aircraft maintenance
record/logbook.
For example, if it were recorded at 10 a.m. on January 26th, the three day interval would begin at
midnight the 26th and end at midnight the 29th.

- Category C. Items in this category shall be repaired within ten (10) consecutive calendar days
(240 hours), excluding the day the malfunction was recorded in the aircraft maintenance
record/logbook.
For example, if it were recorded at 10 a.m. on January 26th, the 10 day interval would begin at
midnight the 26th and end at midnight February 5th.

- Category D. Items in this category shall be repaired within one hundred and twenty (120)
consecutive calendar days (2880 hours), excluding the day the malfunction was recorded in the
aircraft maintenance log and/or record.

- Category E. This category should be use only for NEF items. The NEF Items with this category
shall be repaired within one hundred and twenty (120) consecutive calendar days (2880 hours),
excluding the day the malfunction was recorded in the aircraft maintenance log and/or record.

The letter designators are inserted adjacent to Column 2.

30) Reserved
“Reserved” in the subject column following a sequence item indicates that a system or equipment
described in the MEL is not applicable or is not currently installed in any aircraft of the fleet but could
be installed in the future, if configuration changes.

31) Symbol: "(M)"


"(M)" symbol indicates a requirement for a specific maintenance procedure which must be
accomplished prior to operation with the listed item inoperative. Normally these procedures are
accomplished by maintenance personnel; however, other personnel may be qualified and authorized
to perform certain functions. Procedures requiring specialized knowledge or skill, or requiring the use
of tools or test equipment should be accomplished by maintenance personnel. The satisfactory
accomplishment of all maintenance procedures, regardless of who performs them, is the
responsibility of the operator.

32) Symbol: "(O)"


"(O)" symbol indicates a requirement for a specific operations procedure which must be
accomplished in planning for and/or operating with the listed item inoperative. Normally these
procedures are accomplished by the flight crew; however, other personnel may be qualified and
authorized to perform certain functions. The satisfactory accomplishment of all procedures,
regardless of who performs them, is the responsibility of the operator.
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33) Symbol: “◙”
Under the name of several equipments, components or systems listed in “Item” column, this symbol
may appear and requires inoperative equipment, component, system or function to be placarded.

34) Takeoff

Takeoff is the act of beginning a flight in which an aircraft is accelerated from a state of rest to that of
flight. For the purposes of MEL relief, this translates to the point at which the pilot physically begins to
apply power to initiate the takeoff from the runway or takeoff surface.

35) Visible Moisture


"Visible Moisture" means an atmospheric environment containing water in any form that can be seen
in natural or artificial light; for example, clouds, fog, rain, sleet, hail, or snow.

36) Visual Flight Rules (VFR)


"Visual Flight Rules" (VFR) is as defined in RAAC Part 91. This precludes a pilot from filing an
Instrument Flight Rules (IFR) flight plan.

37) Visual Meteorological Conditions (VMC)


"Visual Meteorological Conditions" (VMC) means the atmospheric environment is such that would
allow a flight to proceed under the visual flight rules applicable to the flight. This does not preclude
operating under Instrument Flight Rules.
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PREAMBLE
The following is applicable for authorized certificate holders operating under Civil Aviation
Argentine Regulations (RAAC) Parts 91, 119, 121 y 135. The RAAC require that all equipment
installed on an aircraft in compliance with the Airworthiness Standards and the Operating Rules
must be operative. However, the Rules also permit the publication of a Minimum Equipment
List (MEL) where compliance with certain equipment requirements is not necessary in the
interests of safety under all operating conditions. Experience has shown that with the various
levels of redundancy designed into aircraft, operation of every system or installed component
may not be necessary when the remaining operative equipment can provide an acceptable level
of safety. A Master Minimum Equipment List (MMEL) is developed by the manufactuer and
approved by the CTA/ANAC to improve aircraft utilization and thereby provide more convenient
and economic air transportation for the public. The CTA/ANAC approved MMEL includes those
items of equipment related to airworthiness and operating regulations and other items of
equipment which the Administrator finds may be inoperative and yet maintain an acceptable
level of safety by appropriate conditions and limitations; it does not contain obviously required
items such as wings, flaps, and rudders.The MMEL is the basis for development of individual
operator MELs which take into consideration the operator's particular aircraft equipment
configuration and operational conditions. Operator MELs, for administrative control, may
include items not contained in the MMEL; however, relief for administrative control items must
be approved by the Administrator (DA/DOA). An operator's MEL may differ in format from the
MMEL, but cannot be less restrictive than the MMEL. The individual operator's MEL, when
approved and authorized, permits operation of the aircraft with inoperative equipment.

Equipment not required by the operation being conducted and equipment in excess of RAAC
requirements are included in the MEL with appropriate conditions and limitations. The MEL
must not deviate from the Aircraft Flight Manual Limitations, Emergency Procedures or with
Airworthiness Directives. It is important to remember that all equipment related to the
airworthiness and the operating regulations of the aircraft not listed on the MMEL must be
operative.

Suitable conditions and limitations in the form of placards, maintenance procedures, crew
operating procedures and other restrictions as necessary are specified in the MEL to ensure that
an acceptable level of safety is maintained.

The MEL is intended to permit operation with inoperative items of equipment for a period of
time until repairs can be accomplished. It is important that repairs be accomplished at the
earliest opportunity. In order to maintain an acceptable level of safety and reliability the MEL
establishes limitations on the duration of and conditions for operation with inoperative
equipment. The MEL provides for release of the aircraft for flight with inoperative equipment.
When an item of equipment is discovered to be inoperative, it is reported by making an entry in
the Aircraft Maintenance Record/Logbook as prescribed by RAAC. The item is then either
repaired or may be deferred per the MEL or other approved means acceptable to the
Administrator prior to further operation. MEL conditions and limitations do not relieve the
operator from determining that the aircraft is in condition for safe operation with items of
equipment inoperative. When these requirements are met, an Airworthiness Release, Aircraft
Maintenance Record/Logbook entry, or other approved documentation is issued as prescribed
by RAAC. Such documentation is required prior to operation with any item of equipment
inoperative.

Operators are responsible for exercising the necessary operational control to ensure that an
acceptable level of safety is maintained. When operating with multiple inoperative items, the
interrelationships between those items and the effect on aircraft operation and crew workload
will be considered. Operators are to establish a controlled and sound repair program including
the parts, personnel, facilities, procedures, and schedules to ensure timely repair.

WHEN USING THE MEL, COMPLIANCE WITH THE STATED INTENT OF THE PREAMBLE,
DEFINITIONS, AND THE CONDITIONS AND LIMITATIONS SPECIFIED IN THE MEL IS REQUIRED.
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HIGHLIGHTS
SECTION PAGE ITEM Description of Change

Front Page Cover-1 -- Current revision date was updated. Registration LV-GIQ was added.
Record of
RR-1 -- Current revision date was updated.
Revision
List of
LPE-1 to
Effective -- List of effective pages was updated.
LPE-7
pages
Effectivity EFF-1 -- Current revision date was updated. Registration LV-GIQ was added.
Highlight HLT-1/-2 -- Highlight list was updated.
AU
Operations FOA-1 -- Form of AU Operations Approval was updated.
Approval
NEF NEF-4 18 Water Boiler item was added to the list.

MEL ATA 32 32-6 49-15 Item applicability was corrected as reserved.

MEL ATA 50 50-1 22-02 Number installed was corrected.


52-Index-
MEL ATA 52 -- Page numbers were corrected.
1
MEL ATA 52 52-8 51-01 Number installed was corrected.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
SUBJECT PAGE

Front Page Cover-1 Thru Cover-2


Record of revisions RR-1 Thru RR-2
List of Effective Pages LEP-1 Thru LEP-8
Effectivity EFF-1 Thru EFF-2
Definitions DEF-1 Thru DEF-12
Preamble PMB-1 Thru PMB-2
Highlights HLT -1 Thru HLT-2
Austral Flight Operations Approval Form FOA-1 Thru FOA-2
Table of Contents TC-1 Thru TC-2
Annex 1 - Equipment Requirement For RVSM Operations Annex 1-1
Annex 2 - Equipment Requirement For VNAV / Baro-VNAV Operations Annex 2-1
Annex 3 - Equipment Requirement For RNAV 5 Operations Annex 3-1
Annex 4 - Equipment Requirement For RNP-1 Operations Annex 4-1
Annex 5 - Equipment Requirement For CAT II Operations Annex 5-1 Thru -2
Annex 6 - Equipment Requirement For RNP APCH Operations Annex 6-1 Thru -2
Annex 7 - Equipment Requirement For CAT IIIA Operations Annex 7-1 Thru -2
Abbreviations and Acronyms ACR-1 Thru ACR-6
EICAS Messages EICAS-1 Thru EICAS-20
Non-Essential Equipment and Furnishing (NEF) NEF-1 Thru NEF-6
21- Air Conditioning 21- Index 1 Thru 21-39
22- Auto Flight Control System 22- Index 1 Thru 22-9
23- Communications 23- Index 1 Thru 23-7
24- Electrical Power 24- Index 1 Thru 24-7
25- Equipment/Furnishings 25- Index 1 Thru 25-17
26- Fire Protection 26- Index 1 Thru 26-7
27- Flight Controls 27- Index 1 Thru 27-11
28- Fuel 28- Index 1 Thru 28-9
29- Hydraulic Power 29- Index 1 Thru 29-9
30- Ice and Rain Protection 30- Index 1 Thru 30-23
31- Indicating/Recording Systems 31- Index 1 Thru 31-13
32- Landing Gear 32- Index 1 Thru 32-9
33- Lights 33- Index 1 Thru 33-7
34- Navigation 34- Index 1 Thru 34-15
35- Oxygen 35- Index 1 Thru 35-7
36- Pneumatic 36- Index 1 Thru 36-23
38- Water and Waste 38- Index 1 Thru 38-3
44- Cabin Systems 44- Index 1 Thru 44-5
45- Central Maintenance System 45- Index 1 Thru 45-1
46- Information Systems 46- Index 1 Thru 46-1
49- Airborne Auxiliary Power 49- Index 1 Thru 49-1
50- Cargo and Accessory Compartments 50- Index 1 Thru 50-3
52- Doors 52- Index 1 Thru 52-13
73- Engine Fuel and Control 73- Index 1 Thru 73-5
74- Ignition 74- Index 1 Thru 74-1
77- Engine Indicating 77- Index 1 Thru 77-1
78- Exhaust 78- Index 1 Thru 78-3
79- Oil 79- Index 1 Thru 79-3
80- Starting 80- Index 1 Thru 80-1
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ANNEX 1
EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS FOR RVSM OPERATIONS
1. ITEM 2. NUMBER INSTALLED

3. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH FOR RVSM OPERATIONS

4. REMARKS AND/OR EXCEPTIONS

22-10-00 Autopilot Channels 2 1

22-11-01 Guidance Panel (GP)

3) Autopilot (AP) Button 1 1 Due to Autopilot inoperative.

15) Altitude Hold (ALT) 1 1


Mode Button
27-11-12 ROLL CONTROL DISC 1 1 Due to Autopilot inoperative.
Advisory EICAS Message
27-31-06 PITCH CONTROL DISC 1 1 Due to Autopilot inoperative.
Advisory EICAS Message
34-31-00 Radar Altimeter System 2 1 Due to TCAS inoperative (if required).

34-43-00 Traffic Alert and Collision 1 1 Unless otherwise authorized.


Avoidance System II
(TCAS II)
34-52-00 ATC Transponder and 2 1
Automatic Altitude
Reporting System

NOTE: The following requirements shall be accomplished in addition to the specific ones described
in each MEL item:

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):


In all the cases in which the equipment available in the aircraft at the moment of dispatch allows
the dispatch on "NO RVSM Condition" according to previous chart, the associated DMI must be
generated stating "NO RVSM Condition ".
Additionally, a placard "NO RVSM" must be placed in the area near Master Caution/Master
Warning Lights (Both Sides) on the glareshield and the aircraft condition (NO RVSM) shall be
notified to the SOC (System Operation Control) Office by means of a written message.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):


If is it not possible to comply with RVSM operations, the flight must be performed under other
than RVSM Airspace.
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ANNEX 2
EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS FOR VNAV OPERATIONS
(INCLUDING BARO-VNAV OPERATIONS)
1. ITEM 2. NUMBER INSTALLED

3. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH FOR VNAV OPERATIONS

4. REMARKS AND/OR EXCEPTIONS

22-10-00 Autopilot Channels 2 0 If VNAV or Baro-VNAV operations is not


conducted through Autopilot.
22-11-02 Autopilot/Trim Disengage 2 2 If VNAV or Baro-VNAV operations is conducted
(AP/TRIM DISC) Buttons through Autopilot.
27-11-12 ROLL CONTROL DISC 1 1 If VNAV or Baro-VNAV operations is conducted
Advisory EICAS Message through Autopilot.
27-31-06 PITCH CONTROL DISC 1 1 If VNAV or Baro-VNAV operations is conducted
Advisory EICAS Message through Autopilot.
31-61-10 Display Controller Panels

3) FMS Source Selector 2 1


Buttons
34-61-00 Flight Management System 2 1
(FMS)
1) Navigation Databases 2 1

NOTE: The following requirements shall be accomplished in addition to the specific ones described
in each MEL item:

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):


In all the cases in which the equipment available in the aircraft at the moment of dispatch allows
the dispatch on "NO VNAV / Baro-VNAV Condition" according to previous chart, the associated
DMI must be generated stating "NO VNAV / Baro VNAV Condition ".
Additionally, a placard "NO VNAV / Baro VNAV" must be placed near VNAV pushbutton on the
GP and the aircraft condition (NO VNAV) shall be notified to the SOC (System Operation Control)
Office by means of a written message.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):


NOTE: In case of both Autopilot Channels are inoperative; the VNAV / Baro VNAV operation could
be performed through Flight Director.
If is it not possible to comply with Baro-VNAV operations, the approach must be performed under
other than Baro VNAV conditions.
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ANNEX 3
EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS FOR RNAV 5 OPERATIONS
1. ITEM 2. NUMBER INSTALLED

3. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH FOR RNAV 5 OPERATIONS

4. REMARKS AND/OR EXCEPTIONS

31-61-01 Display Units 5 4


31-61-10 Display Controller Panels

3) FMS Source Selector


2 1
Buttons
34-32-00 Very High frequency
Navigation Systems (VHF
NAV)
1) VOR Systems 2 1
2) ILS Systems 2 1
34-51-00 Distance Measuring
2 1
Equipment (DME) System
34-56-00 Global positioning System
2 1
(GPS)
34-61-00 Flight Management System
2 1
(FMS)
1) Navigation databases 2 1
34-61-02 Multifunction Control
2 1
Display Unit (MCDU)

NOTE: The following requirements shall be accomplished in addition to the specific ones described
in each MEL item:

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):


In all the cases in which the equipment available in the aircraft at the moment of dispatch allows
the dispatch on "NO RNAV 5 Condition" according to previous chart, the associated DMI must be
generated stating "NO RNAV 5 Condition allowed".
Additionally, a placard "NO RNAV 5" must be placed in the area near Master Caution/Master
Warning Lights (Both Sides) on the glareshield and the aircraft condition (NO RNAV 5) shall be
notified to the SOC (System Operation Control) Office by means of a written message.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):


If it is not possible to comply with RNAV 5 operations, the flight must be performed under other
than RNAV 5 conditions.
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ANNEX 4
EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS FOR RNP-1 OPERATIONS
1. ITEM 2. NUMBER INSTALLED

3. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH FOR RNP-1 OPERATIONS

4. REMARKS AND/OR EXCEPTIONS

22-10-16 Flight Director Channels 2 1


31-61-10 Display Controller Panels

3) FMS Source Selector


2 1
Buttons
34-26-01 Inertial Reference Unit (IRU) 2 2 Always required.

34-32-00 Very High frequency


Navigation Systems (VHF
NAV)
1) VOR Systems 2 1 One (1) must be operative.

2) ILS Systems 2 1 One (1) must be operative.

34-51-00 Distance Measuring One (1) must be operative.


2 1
Equipment (DME) Systems
34-56-00 Global Positioning System One (1) may be inoperative provided VOR and
2 1
(GPS) DME operate normally.
34-61-00 Flight Management System
2 1
(FMS)
1) Navigation Database 2 1

NOTE 1: Item 34-26-01 is not listed in MEL and is included in this Annex for reference only.

NOTE 2: The following requirements shall be accomplished in addition to the specific ones
described in each MEL item:

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):


In all the cases in which the equipment available in the aircraft at the moment of dispatch allows
the dispatch on no RNP-1 condition according to previous chart, the associated DMI must be
generated stating "NO RNP-1".
Additionally, a placard "NO RNP-1" must be placed in the area near Master Caution/Master
Warning Lights (Both Sides) on the glareshield and the aircraft condition (NO RNP-1) shall be
notified to the SOC (System Operation Control) Office by means of a written message.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):


If it is not possible to comply with RNP-1 operations, the flight must be performed under other
than RNP-1 conditions.
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ANNEX 5
EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS FOR CAT II OPERATIONS
1. ITEM 2. NUMBER INSTALLED

3. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH FOR CAT II OPERATIONS

4. REMARKS AND/OR EXCEPTIONS

22-10-00 Autopilot Channels 2 1

22-10-16 Flight Director Channels 2 2 Both must be operative.

22-11-01 Guidance Panel (GP)

3) Autopilot (AP) Button 1 1

9) Approach (APP) Mode 1 1


Button
22-11-02 Autopilot/Trim Disengage 2 2
(AP/TRIM DISC) Buttons
27-11-12 ROLL CONTROL DISC 1 1
Advisory EICAS Message
27-31-06 PITCH CONTROL DISC 1 1
Advisory EICAS Message
30-41-00 Windshield Wiper System 2 2

31-61-10 Display Controller Panels

4) RA/BARO Selector Knobs 2 2 2 knobs set to RA required

5) Decision Height/Minimum 2 2
Descent Altitude
(MINIMUMS) Selector
Knobs
6) VOR/Localizer (V/L) 2 1 1 required only if PREV button is inoperative on
Source Selector Buttons the same side
34-31-00 Radar Altimeter System 2 1

34-32-00 Very High Frequency


Navigation Systems (VHF
NAV)
1) VOR Systems 2 2

2) ILS Systems 2 2

3) Marker Beacon Systems 2 1

34-41-00 Ground Proximity Warning 1 1


System

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ANNEX 5
EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS FOR CAT II OPERATIONS
1. ITEM 2. NUMBER INSTALLED

3. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH FOR CAT II OPERATIONS

4. REMARKS AND/OR EXCEPTIONS

Continued from the previous page.

NOTE: The following requirements shall be accomplished in addition to the specific ones described
in each MEL item:

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):

In all the cases in which the available equipment in the aircraft at the moment of dispatch allows
the dispatch on "NO CAT II Operations" according to previous chart, the associated DMI must be
generated stating "NO CAT II Operations allowed" and the EAA (Automatic Approach Status)
Form, must be completed.
Additionally, a placard "NO CAT II" must be placed in the area near Master Caution/Master
Warning Lights (Both Sides) on the glareshield and the aircraft condition (NO CAT II), shall be
notified to the SOC (System Operation Control) Office by means of a written message.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):


If is it not possible to comply with CAT II operations, the landing must be performed under other
than CAT II conditions.
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ANNEX 6
EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS FOR RNP APCH OPERATIONS
1. ITEM 2. NUMBER INSTALLED

3. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH FOR RNP APCH OPERATIONS

4. REMARKS AND/OR EXCEPTIONS

22-10-00 Autopilot Channels 2 1

22-11-01 Guidance Panel (GP)

3) Autopilot (AP) Button 1 1 Due to Autopilot inoperative

22-11-02 Autopilot/Trim Disengage 2 2 Due to Autopilot inoperative


(AP/TRIM DISC) Buttons
27-11-12 ROLL CONTROL DISC 1 1 Due to Autopilot inoperative
Advisory EICAS Message
27-31-06 PITCH CONTROL DISC 1 1 Due to Autopilot inoperative
Advisory EICAS Message
31-61-10 Display Controller Panels

3) FMS Source Selector 2 1


Buttons
34-32-00 Very High Frequency
Navigation Systems (VHF
NAV)
1) VOR Systems 2 1

2) ILS Systems 2 1

34-51-00 Distance Measuring 2 1


Equipment (DME) Systems

34-56-00 Global Positioning System 2 1

34-61-00 Flight Management System 2 1

1) Navigation Databases 2 1

NOTE: The following requirements shall be accomplished in addition to the specific ones described
in each MEL item:

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):


In all the cases in which the equipment available in the aircraft at the moment of dispatch allows
the dispatch on "NO RNP APCH Operations" according to previous chart, the associated DMI must
be generated stating " NO RNP APCH Operations allowed".
Additionally, a placard "NO RNP APCH" must be placed in the area near Master Caution/Master
Warning Lights (Both Sides) on the glareshield and the aircraft condition (NO RNP APCH) shall be
notified to the SOC (System Operation Control) Office by means of a written message.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):


If is it not possible to comply with RNP APCH operations, the approach must be performed under
other than RNP APCH operations.
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ANNEX 7
EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS FOR CAT IIIA OPERATIONS
1. ITEM 2. NUMBER INSTALLED

3. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH FOR CAT IIIA OPERATIONS

4. REMARKS AND/OR EXCEPTIONS

22-10-00 Autopilot Channels 2 1

22-10-01 Autoland 1 1 1

22-10-16 Flight Director Channels 2 2 Both must be operative.

22-11-01 Guidance Panel (GP)

3) Autopilot (AP) Button 1 1

9) Approach (APP) Mode 1 1


Button
22-11-02 Autopilot/Trim Disengage 2 2
(AP/TRIM DISC) Buttons
27-11-12 ROLL CONTROL DISC 1 1
Advisory EICAS Message
27-31-06 PITCH CONTROL DISC 1 1
Advisory EICAS Message
30-41-00 Windshield Wiper System 2 2

31-61-10 Display Controller Panels

4) RA/BARO Selector Knobs 2 2 2 knobs set to RA required

5) Decision Height/Minimum 2 2
Descent Altitude
(MINIMUMS) Selector
Knobs
6) VOR/Localizer (V/L) 2 1 1 required only if PREV button is inoperative on
Source Selector Buttons the same side
34-31-00 Radar Altimeter System 2 2

34-32-00 Very High Frequency


Navigation Systems (VHF
NAV)
1) VOR Systems 2 2

2) ILS Systems 2 2

3) Marker Beacon Systems 2 1

34-41-00 Ground Proximity Warning 1 1


System

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ANNEX 7
EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS FOR CAT IIIA OPERATIONS
1. ITEM 2. NUMBER INSTALLED

3. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH FOR CAT IIIA OPERATIONS

4. REMARKS AND/OR EXCEPTIONS

Continued from the previous page.

NOTE: The following requirements shall be accomplished in addition to the specific ones described
in each MEL item:

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):

In all the cases in which the available equipment in the aircraft at the moment of dispatch allows
the dispatch on "NO CAT IIIA Operations" condition, according to previous chart, the DMI
associated to the inoperative system, must be generated stating "NO CAT IIIA Operations
allowed" and the EAA (Automatic Approach Status) Form, must be completed.
Additionally, a placard "NO CAT IIIA" must be placed in the area near Master Caution/Master
Warning Lights (Both Sides) on the glareshield and the aircraft condition (NO CAT IIIA operations),
shall be notified to the SOC (System Operation Control) Office by means of a written message.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):


If is it not possible to comply with CAT IIIA operations, the landing must be performed under other
than CAT IIIA conditions.
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AOG AIRCRAFT ON GROUND
A AOM AIRCRAFT OPERATIONS MANUAL
A/P AUTOMATIC PILOT APM AIRCRAFT PERSONALITY MODULES
AAS ADVANCED AUTOMATION SYSTEM APM AIRPORT PLANNING MANUAL
AUXILIARY POWER UNIT START BUS APR APPROACH
ABC
CONTACTOR
APR AUTOMATIC POWER RESERVE
AC ALTERNATING CURRENT
APU AUXILIARY POWER UNIT
AIRCRAFT COMMUNICATIONS AND
ACARS
REPORTING SYSTEM APUBM APU BUILD UP MANUAL
ACAS AIRBORNE COLLISION AVOIDANCE SYSTEM ARINC AERONAUTICAL RADIO INCORPORATED
ACCUM ACCUMULATOR ARM AIRCRAFT RECOVERY MANUAL
ACE ACTUATOR CONTROL ELECTRONICS ASC APU STARTING CONTACTOR
ACM AIR CYCLE MACHINE ASCB AVIONICS STANDARD COMMUNICATION BUS
AIRCRAFT CONDITION MONITORING ASTM AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR TESTING MATERIALS
ACMF
FUNCTION
ALTERNATING CURRENT MOTOR DRIVEN AT AUTOTHROTTLE
ACMP
PUMP ATA AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA
ACN AIRCRAFT CLASSIFICATION NUMBER
ATC AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL
ACP AUDIO CONTROL PANEL
ATM AIR TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT
ACT ALTITUDE COMPENSATED TILT
ATO ANTIMONY TIN OXIDE
ADC AIR DATA COMPUTER
ATT ATTITUDE
ADF AUTOMATIC DIRECTION FINDER AUTOMATIC TAKE-OFF THRUST CONTROL
ATTCS
ADI ATTITUDE DIRECTOR INDICATOR SYSTEM

ADM AIR DATA MODULE AUX AUXILIARY

ADS AIR DATA SYSTEM AWC AURAL WARNING COMPUTER

ADS AUTOMATIC DEPENDENT SURVEILLANCE AWC AURAL WARNING COMPUTER

AED Automatic External Defibrillator AWO ALL WEATHER OPERATIONS

ADSP
AEO
AIR DATA SMART PROBE
All Engines Operating
B
AF ARC TO FIX BARO BAROMETRIC SETTING

AFCS AUTOMATIC FLIGHT CONTROL SYSTEM Baro-Alt BAROMETRIC ALTITUDE

AFCS AUTO FLIGHT CONTROL SYSTEM BATT BATTERY

AFM AIRPLANE FLIGHT MANUAL BC BACK COURSE

AGB ACCESSORY GEAR BOX BC BATTERY CONTACTOR

AGL ABOVE GROUND LEVEL BC BEACON

AGM ADVANCED GRAPHIC MODULE BFE BUYER’S FURNISHED EQUIPMENT

AICC AUXILIARY INTEGRATED CONTROL CENTER BIT BUILT-IN TEST

AIOM ACTUATOR INPUT OUTPUT MODULE BITE BUILT-IN TEST

AIPC AIRCRAFT ILLUSTRATED PARTS CATALOG BOD BOTTOM OF DESCENT

ALC APU LINE CONTACTOR BOSC BOTTOM OF STEP CLIMB

ALG AUTONOMOUS LANDING GUIDANCE BOW BASIC OPERATING WEIGHT

ALT ALTITUDE BRG BEARING

AMLCD ACTIVE MATRIX LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY BTC BUS-TIE CONTACTOR

AMM AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE MANUAL BTMS BRAKE TEMPERATURE MONITOR SYSTEM

AMS AIR MANAGEMENT SYSTEM


ANAC Administracion Nacional de Aviacion Civil
C
ANR ACTIVE NOISE REDUCTION CAA CIVIL AVIATION AUTHORITY

AOA ANGLE OF ATTACK CAFM COMPUTARIZED AIRPLANE FLIGHT MANUAL

AOC AIRLINE OPERATIONAL CONTROL CAN CONTROLLER AREA NETWORK


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CAS CALIBRATED AIRSPEED DDPM DISPATCH DEVIATION PROCEDURES MANUAL
CAS CREW ALERTING SYSTEM DEOS DIGITAL ENGINE OPERATING SYSTEM
CAT CATEGORY DF DIRECT FIX
CB CIRCUIT BREAKER DFDAU DIGITAL FLIGHT DATA ACQUISITION UNIT
CCD CURSOR CONTROL DEVICE DFDR DIGITAL FLIGHT DATA RECORDER
CCO CENTRO DE CONTROL OPERATIVO DGPS DIFFERENTIAL GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM
CD COMPACT DISC DH DECISION HEIGHT
CDL CONFIGURATION DEVIATION LIST DIM DIMMER

CFIT COMMITTEE ON CONTROLLED FLIGHT INTO DMC DIRECT MAINTENANCE COST


TERRAIN
DME DISTANCE MEASURING EQUIPMENT
CG CENTER of GRAVITY
DMI DIFERRED MAINTENANCE ITEM
CLB CLIMB
DMU DATA-LOADER MANAGEMENT UNIT
CMC CENTRAL MAINTENANCE COMPUTER
DIRECCION NACIONAL de SEGURIDAD
DNSO
CENTRAL MAINTENANCE COMPUTER OPERACIONAL
CMCF
FUNCTIONAL SOFTWARE DPI DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE INDICATOR
CMF COMUNICATIONS MANAGEMENT FUNCTION
DOA DIRECCION de OPERACION de AERONAVES
CMM COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
DOC DIRECT OPERATING COST
CMS CENTRAL MAINTENANCE SYSTEM
DU DISPLAY UNIT
CMS CONFIGURATION MONITOR SYSTEM
DVDR DIGITAL VOICE-DATA RECORDER
CMU COMMUNICATIONS MANAGEMENT UNIT

CNS COMMUNICATION, NAVIGATION AND E


SURVEILLANCE
COM COMMUNICATIONS ECL ELECTRONIC CHECK LIST

CON CONTINUOUS ECS ELEVATOR CONTROL SURFACES

CONT CONTINUOUS ECS ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL SYSTEM

CPCS CABIN PRESSURE CONTROL SYSTEM ECU ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL UNIT

CPL COUPLE EDP ENGINE DRIVE PUMP

CPM CORROSION PREVENTION MANUAL EDS ELECTRONIC DISPLAY SYSTEM

CR DIODE EDU ELECTRONIC DISPLAY and PROCESSING UNIT

CRG CARGO EEW EQUIPPED EMPTY WEIGHT

CRT CATHODE RAY TUBE EFB ELECTRONIC FLIGHT BAG

CRT CIRCUIT EFIS ELECTRONIC FLIGHT INSTRUMENT SYSTEM


ENHANCED GROUND PROXIMITY WARNING
CRZ CRUISE EGPWS
SYSTEM
CSMU CRASH SURVIVABLE MEMORY UNIT EGT EXHAUST GAS TEMPERATURE
CTA CENTRO TÉCNICO AEROESPACIAL ENGINE INDICATING AND CREW ALERTING
EICAS
CVR COCKPIT VOICE RECORDER SYSTEM
EICC EMERGENCY INTEGRATED CONTROL CENTER

D EIS ENGINE INDICATING SYSTEM


ELT EMERGENCY LOCATOR TRANSMITTER
DA DIRECCION de AERONAVEGABILIDAD
EMC ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY
D/LNA DIPLEXER/LOW NOISE AMPLIFIER
EMERG EMERGENCY
DAP DOWNLINK TO AIRCRAFT PARAMETERS
EMI ELECTROMAGNETIC INTERFERENCE
DAU DATA ACQUISITION UNIT
EMK EMERGENCY MEDICAL KIT
DB DATABASE
EXTERNAL POWER DIRECT CURRENT
DBM DATABASE MODULE EPDC
CONTACTOR
Db DECIBEL EPR ENGINE PRESSURE RATIO
DBS DIRECT BROADCASTING SATELLITE ESS ESSENTIAL
DC DIRECT CURRENT ETOPS EXTENDED RANGE TWIN-ENGINE OPERATIONS
DCTC DIRECT CURRENT TIE CONTACTOR ETTS ELECTRONIC THRUST TRIM SYSTEM
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ABBREVIATIONS AND ACRONYMS


GPS GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM
F GPU GROUND POWER UNIT
F/A FLIGHT ATTENDANT GPWS GROUND PROXIMITY WARNING SYSTEM
FAA FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION GS GLIDESLOPE
FADEC FULL AUTHORITY DIGITAL ENGINE CONTROL GS GROUND SPOILER
FAM FLIGHT ATTENDANT MANUAL GSE GROUND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
FAP FLIGHT ATTENDANT PANEL
GSTC GROUND SERVICE TIE CONTACTOR
FAR FEDERAL AVIATION REGULATIONS
FBW FLY-BY-WIRE H
FC FLIGHT CYCLES
HDG HEADING
FCC FLIGHT CONTROL COMPUTER
HEPA HIGH-EFFICIENCY PARTICULATE AIR (FILTER)
FCM FLIGHT CONTROL MODULE
HF HIGH FREQUENCY
FLIGHT CONTROL MAINTENANCE DIAGNOSTIC
FCMDS HFDS HEAD-UP FLIGHT DISPLAY SYSTEM
SYSTEM
FD FLIGHT DIRECTOR Hg INCHES MERCURY
FDAU FLIGHT DATA FCS ACQUISITION UNIT HGS HEAD-UP GUIDANCE SYSTEM
FDE FLIGHT DECK EFFECT HIRF HIGH INTENSITY RADIATION FREQUENCY
FF FUEL FLOW HP HIGH PRESSURE
FDGS FLIGHT DIRECTOR GUIDANCE SYSTEM HP HORSE POWER
FDR FLIGHT DATA RECORDER
HPA HIGH POWER AMPLIFIER
FGCS FLIGHT GUIDANCE CONTROL SYSTEM
HPT HIGH PRESSURE TURBINE
FH FLIGHT HOURS
HPU HEADING PROCESSOR UNIT
FHOC FUEL HEATER/OIL COOLER
HS HEADING SELECT
FIM FAULT ISOLATION MANUAL
HSA HORIZONTAL STABILIZER ACTUATOR
FL FLIGHT LEVEL
HSI HORIZONTAL SITUATION INDICATOR
FLCH FLIGHT LEVEL CHANGE
HYD HYDRAULIC
FM FREQUENCY MODULATION
Hz HERTZ
FMA FLIGHT MODE ANNUNCIATORS
FMS FLIGHT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM I
FMU FUEL METERING UNIT
I/O INPUT/OUTPUT
FOD FOREIGN OBJECT DAMAGE
IAS INDICATED AIR SPEED
FP FLIGHT PLAN
IB INFORMATION BULLETINS
FPA FLIGHT PATH ANGLE
INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION
ICAO
FREQ FREQUENCY ORGANIZATION
FT FEET ICC INTEGRATED CONTROL CENTER

FUS FUSELAGE ID IDENTITY

FWD FORWARD IDG INTEGRATED DRIVE GENERATOR


IESS INTEGRATED ELECTRONIC STANDBY SYSTEM
G IF INITIAL FIX

GA GO-AROUND IFE IN-FLIGHT ENTERTAINMENT

GBST GROUND BASED SOFTWARE IFR INSTRUMENT FLIGHT REFERENCE

GCU GENERATOR CONTROL UNIT IGFER INSTRUCTIONS FOR GROUND FIRE


EXTINGUISHING AND RESCUE
GEN GENERATOR
IGN IGNITION
GLC GENERATOR LINE CONTACTOR
ILS INSTRUMENT LANDING SYSTEM
GMAP GROUND MAP in INCHES
GND GROUND Init INITIAL/INITIALIZATION
GP GUIDANCE PANEL INOP INOPERATIVE
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IOM INPUT/OUTPUT MODULE MAU MODULAR AVIONICS UNIT
IPC ILLUSTRATED PARTS CATALOG MAX MAXIMUM
IRS INERTIAL REFERENCE SYSTEM MB MARKER BEACON
IRU INERTIAL REFERENCE UNIT Mb MEGABYTE
ISA INTERNATIONAL STANDARD ATMOSPHERE MCDU MULTIFUNCTION CONTROL DISPLAY UNIT
ISIS INDEPENDENT STANDBY INSTRUMENT SYSTEM MDA MINIMUM DESCENT ALTITUDE
INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR MEL MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST
ISO
STANDARDIZATION
MFD MULTI-FUNCTION DISPLAY
IT INSTRUCCION DE TRABAJO
MAINTENANCE FACILITY AND EQUIPMENT
ITEM ILLUSTRATED TOOL AND EQUIPMENT MANUAL MFEP
PLANNING
ITT INTERSTAGE TURBINE TEMPERATURE MHz MEGAHERTZ
MIC MICROPHONE
J MIL MILITARY
JAA JOINT AVIATION AUTHORITY MIN MINIMUM
JAR JOINT AIRWORTHINESS REQUIREMENTS MKR MARKER
MLG MAIN LANDING GEAR
K MLS MICROWAVE LANDING SYSTEM
kbps KILOBITS PER SECOND MLW MAXIMUM LANDING WEIGHT
KCAS CALIBRATED AIRSPEED MMEL MASTER MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST
Kg KILOGRAM Mmo MAXIMUM MACH OPERATION
Kts KNOTS MINIMUM OPERATIONS PERFORMANCE
MOPR
REQUIREMENTS
KVA KILOVOLT-AMPERE
MPD MAINTENANCE PLANNING DATA

L MPD MATERIALS AND PROCESS DIRECTIVE


Mph MILES PER HOUR
LAAS LOCAL AREA AUGMENTATION SYSTEM
MRB MAINTENANCE REVIEW BOARD
LAN LOCAL AREA NETWORK
MRBR MAINTENANCE REVIEW BOARD REPORT
Lbs POUNDS
MRC MODULAR RADIO CABINET
LCD LIQUID-CRYSTAL DISPLAY
MSC MAINTENANCE STEERING COMMITTEE
LDG LANDING GEAR
MSG 3 MAINTENANCE STEERING GROUP 3
LDI LOADABLE DIAGNOSTIC INFORMATION
MTBF MEAN TIME BETWEEN FAILURES
LE LEADING EDGE MEAN TIME BETWEEN UNSCHEDULED
MTBUR
LFE LANDING FIELD ELEVATION REMOVAL

LICC LEFT INTEGRATED CONTROL CENTER MTOW MAXIMUM TAKE-OFF WEIGHT

LNAV LATERAL NAVIGATION mV MILIVOLTS

LOC LOCALIZER MZFW MAXIMUM ZERO FUEL WEIGHT

LOGO
LP
LOGOTYPE
LOW PRESSURE
N
N/A NOT APPLICABLE
LPT LOW PRESSURE TURBINE
N1 FAN ROTOR SPEED
LR LONG RANGE
N2 CORE ROTOR SPEED
LRM LINE REPLACEABLE MODULE
NAV NAVIGATION
LRU LINE REPLACEABLE UNIT
LINEAR VARIABLE DIFFERENTIAL NDB NAVIGATION DATABASE
LVDT
TRANSDUCER NDT NONDESTRUCTIVE TEST

M NDTM NONDESTRUCTIVE TESTING MANUAL


NIC NETWORK INTERFACE CONTROLLER
M MACH NUMBER
NLG NOSE LANDING GEAR
MAINT MAINTENANCE
Nm NAUTICAL MILES
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NTO NORMAL TAKEOFF RICC RIGHT INTEGRATED CONTROL CENTER
NWSCM NOSE WHEEL STEERING CONTROL MODULE RMM RAMP MAINTENANCE MANUAL
RMU RADIO MANAGEMENT UNIT
O RNAV AREA NAVEGATION
OAT OUTSIDE AIR TEMPERATURE ROM READ ONLY MEMORY
OB OPERATIONAL BULLETINS SET
OEI ONE ENGINE INOPERATIVE S
SAE SOCIETY OF AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERS
P SAT STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE
PA PASSENGER ADDRESS SATCOM SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS
PAX PASSENGER SAV STARTER AIR VALVE

PBE PROTECTIVE BREATHING EQUIPMENT SB SERVICE BULLETIN

PCU POWER CONTROL UNIT SBC SHED BUS CONTRACTOR

PDU POWER DRIVE UNIT SCV STARTER CONTROL VALVES

Perf PERFORMANCE SDS System Description Section (AMM Part I)

PFD PRIMARY FLIGHT DISPLAY SDU SATELLITE DATA UNIT

PT PROCEDURE TURN Sec SECOND (S)


SELCAL SELECTIVE CALL
PIT PITCH
SFC SPECIFIC FUEL CONSUMPTION
PLA POWER LEVER ANGLE
SID STANDARD INSTRUMENT DEPARTURES
PMAT PORTABLE MAINTENANCE ACCESS TERMINAL
SIL SPEECH INTERFERENCE LEVEL
PPBM POWER PLANT BUILD-UP MANUAL
SL SEA LEVEL
PRA PRE-RECORDED ANNOUNCEMENT
SLV SLAVE
PRESS PRESSURE
SM STANDARD MANUAL
PROC PROCESSOR
SNL SERVICE NEWSLETTER
PRSOV PRESSURE REGULATOR AND SHUT-OFF VALVE
SPD SPEED
PSEM PROXIMITY SENSOR EVALUATION MODULE SECONDARY POWER DISTRIBUTION
SPDA
Psi POUNDS PER SQUARE INCH ASSEMBLY
SPM SUPPLEMENTARY PERFORMANCE MANUAL
PSU PASSENGER SERVICE UNIT
SRM STRUCTURAL REPAIR MANUAL
PTO POWER TAKEOFF
SSEC STATIC SOURCE ERROR CORRECTION
PTT PUSH-TO-TALK/TRANSMIT
SSM SYSTEM SCHEMATICS MANUAL
PTU POWER TRANSFER UNIT
STAR STANDARD INSTRUMENT ARRIVALS
PWR POWER
STBY STANDBY

Q STD STANDARD
SWPM STANDARD WIRING PRACTICES MANUAL
QRH QUICK REFERENCE HANDBOOK
SYNC SYNCHRONOUS
QAR QUICK ACCESS RECORDER
SYS SYSTEM

R
T
RA RADAR ALTIMETER
TAS TRUE AIRSPEED
REGULACIONES ARGENTINAS DE AVIACION
RAAC
CIVIL TAT TOTAL AIR TEMPERATURE
RAIM RECEIVER AUTONOMOUS INTEGRITY MONITOR TAWS TERRAIN AVOIDANCE WARNING SYSTEM
RAM RANDOM ACCESS MEMORY TBD TO BE DEFINED/DETERMINED
RAT RAM AIR TURBINE TRAFFIC ALERT AND COLLISION AVOIDANCE
TCAS
RCB RADIO CONTROL BUSES SYSTEM
TCM TASK CARD MANUAL
RIB REMOTE IMAGE BUS
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TCP/IP TRANSFER CONTROL PROTOCOL/INTERNET VS VERTICAL SPEED


PROTOCOL
VSI VERTICAL SPEED INDICATOR
TCS TOUCH CONTROL STEERING
VSM VERTICAL SEPARATION MINIMUM
TE TRAILING EDGE
Vspeed TAKEOFF AND LANDING SPEEDS
TEMP TEMPERATURE
TGT TARGET ALERT W
TLA THRUST LEVER ANGLE
WAAS WIDE AREA AUGMENTATION SYSTEM
TMS THRUST MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
WB WEIGHT AND BALANCE MANUAL
TO TAKE-OFF
WM WIRING MANUAL
TOC TOP OF CLIMB
WOW WEIGHT ON WHEEL
TOD TOP OF DESCENT
WS WINDSHEAR
TOGA TAKE-OFF/GO AROUND
WX WEATHER RADAR
TOLD TAKE OFF AND LANDING DATA
TR THRUST REVERSER X
TRS THRUST RATING SELECTION
XPNDR TRANSPONDER
TRU TRANSFORMER RECTIFIER UNIT
TRUC TRANSFORMER RECTIFIER UNIT CONTACTOR Y
TSO TECHNICAL STANDARD ORDER
YD YAW DAMPER
TWDL TWO-WAY DATA AIR LINK

U
ULB UNDERWATER LOCATOR BEACON
ULD UNIT LOAD DEVICE
UTC UNIVERSAL CO-ORDINATED TIME

V
VA VOLT AMPERES
VA HEADING TO AN ALTITUDE
VAC VOLT ALTERNATING CURRENT
VALT VERTICAL ALTITUDE
VAR VARIABLE
VASEL VERTICAL ALTITUDE SELECT
VDC VOLT DIRECT CURRENT
VDR VHF DATA RADIO
VFLCH VERTICAL FLIGHT LEVEL CHANGE
VFR VISUAL FLIGHT REFERENCE
VGP VERTICAL GUIDANCE PATH
VHF VERY HIGH FREQUENCY
VIDL VOR/ILS DATALINK
VMC VISUAL METEOROLOGICAL CONDITIONS
VMO MAXIMUM OPERATING VELOCITY
VNAV VERTICAL NAVIGATION

VOR VERY HIGH FREQUENCY OMNIDIRECTIONAL


RANGE
VOR/LOC VHF OMNIDIRECTIONAL RANGE LOCALIZER
VPATH VERTICAL PATH
Vref REFERENCE SPEED
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EICAS MESSAGES
TABLE OF CONTENTS

SUBJECT PAGE
Introduction EICAS-2
EICAS Message List EICAS-3 / -19
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EICAS MESSAGES
INTRODUCTION

This section presents a list of all EICAS messages of the E-Jets for crossreference with the possible
associated MEL items.
The EICAS message list is presented in table format with the following columns:
- TYPE: indicates the message category as Warning, Caution, Advisory, or Status.

- MESSAGE: provides the EICAS messages in alphabetical order.

- POSSIBLE FAILED COMPONENTS: among all possible failure causes related to the EICAS message,
this column indicates the inoperative components that may be dispatched through the MEL.
In order to identify the failed component, appropriate troubleshooting of the affected system is
required. When no component is indicated and is associated with “NO DISPATCH” on the dispatch
condition column, no dispatch is allowed whichever failure is causing the EICAS message.

- DISPATCH CONDITION: indicates the MEL items or dispatch condition associated to the EICAS
message. “Not Applicable” indicates that the MEL is not the applicable document to be used.
In this case, the EICAS message reflects a transient condition or it should be mitigated through
applicable crew or maintenance procedures.

- REMARKS indicates when the system has failed (actual failure) or when only its monitoring system
has failed (false indication).

To determine the dispatch condition related to the presented EICAS messages, refer to the Fault
Isolation Manual (FIM) for appropriate troubleshooting. This section does not replace troubleshooting
procedures and proper application of the approved MEL.

The alternative procedure allows, only for the messages identified with a numeral sign (#), the
aircraft dispatch without troubleshooting. The dispatch of the aircraft with these EICAS messages
has the intention to improve the airplane dispatchability.

EICAS MESSAGE LIST

Some EICAS messages are associated with Primus Epic Load versions. In these cases, the EICAS
message is presented with the associated Load version.
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EICAS MESSAGES
TYPE POSSIBLE FAILED DISPATCH
REMARKS
COMPONENTS CONDITION
MESSAGE
Wing Anti-ice Leak
A-I WING 1(2) Detectors
MEL Item 30-11-00 −
LEAK Wing Anti-ice Ducts and
Hoses
NO DISPATCH −
APU FIRE − NO DISPATCH −
BATT 1(2)
OVERTEMP
− NO DISPATCH −
BATT 1-2 OFF − NO DISPATCH −
BATT
DISCHARGING
− NO DISPATCH −

CABIN ALTITUDE CPCS Controller MEL Item 21-31-01 −


HI Outflow Valve MEL Item 21-31-02 −
CABIN SMOKE − NO DISPATCH −
CRG AFT SMOKE − NO DISPATCH −
CRG FWD SMOKE − NO DISPATCH −

DOOR CRG AFT − NO DISPATCH Actual Warning

W OPEN Aft Cargo Door Sensor MEL Item 52-70-00 False Warning
A
R DOOR CRG FWD − NO DISPATCH Actual Warning
N OPEN Forward Cargo Door
I MEL Item 52-70-00 False Warning
Sensor
N
G DOOR PAX AFT − NO DISPATCH Actual Warning
OPEN Aft Passenger Door Sensor MEL Item 52-70-00 False Warning

− NO DISPATCH Actual Warning


DOOR EMER LH
(RH) OPEN Overwing Escape Hatch
MEL Item 52-70-00 False Warning
Sensor
− NO DISPATCH Actual Warning
DOOR PAX FWD
OPEN Forward Passenger Door
MEL Item 52-70-00 False Warning
Sensor

DOOR SERV AFT − NO DISPATCH Actual Warning


OPEN Aft Service Door Sensor MEL Item 52-70-00 False Warning

− NO DISPATCH Actual Warning


DOOR SERV FWD
OPEN Forward Service Door
MEL Item 52-70-00 False Warning
Sensor
ELEC
− NO DISPATCH −
EMERGENCY
ELEV NML MODE
− NO DISPATCH −
FAIL
ENG 1(2) FIRE − NO DISPATCH −
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EICAS MESSAGES
TYPE POSSIBLE FAILED DISPATCH
REMARKS
COMPONENTS CONDITION
MESSAGE

ENG 1(2) OIL − NO DISPATCH Actual Warning


LO PRESS
− MEL Item 79-33-09 False Warning
Engine T/R Position Message remains after
NO DISPATCH
ENG 1(2) REV Indication T/R is stowed
DEPLOYED No message after T/R
Engine T/R Fails to stow MEL Item 78-34-04
is stowed.
The message is
FUEL 1(2) LO − Not Applicable
inhibited on ground
W LEVEL
A − MEL Item 28-44-00 False Warning
R GROUND
N − NO DISPATCH −
SPOILERS FAIL
I HYD 1 (2) (3)
N − NO DISPATCH −
OVERHEAT
G
LAV SMOKE − NO DISPATCH −
LG LEVER
− NO DISPATCH −
DISAG
NO TAKEOFF
− NO DISPATCH −
CONFIG
RUDDER NML
− NO DISPATCH −
MODE FAIL
SPOILER NML
− NO DISPATCH −
MODE FAIL
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EICAS MESSAGES
TYPE POSSIBLE FAILED DISPATCH
REMARKS
COMPONENTS CONDITION
MESSAGE

AC BUS 1(2) OFF − NO DISPATCH −


AC ESS BUS OFF − NO DISPATCH −
AC STBY BUS
OFF
− NO DISPATCH −
ADS 1(2)(3) FAIL − NO DISPATCH −
ADS 1(2)(3)(4)
HTR FAIL
− NO DISPATCH −
Engine Anti-ice System MEL Item 30-21-00 −
A-I ENG 1(2) FAIL
Engine Anti-ice Valves MEL Item 30-21-01 −
A-I LO CAPACITY − Not Applicable −
Wing Anti-ice System MEL Item 30-11-00 −
A-I WING FAIL
Wing Anti-ice Valves MEL Item 30-11-01 −
A-I WING NO
DISPATCH
Wing Anti-ice Valves MEL Item 30-11-13 −
AMS CTRL FAIL − NO DISPATCH −
AOA LIMIT FAIL − NO DISPATCH −
C
A AP FAIL Autopilot channel MEL Item 22-10-00 −
U AP PITCH
T MISTRIM
− Not Applicable −
I
AP PITCH TRIM
O
FAIL
Autopilot channel MEL Item 22-10-00 −
N
AP ROLL MISTRIM − Not Applicable −
APM FAIL − NO DISPATCH −
APM MISCOMP − NO DISPATCH −
APU ALTITUDE
EXCEED
− Not Applicable −
APU FAIL APU system MEL Item 49-00-00 −
APU FAULT APU system MEL Item 49-00-00 −
APU FIRE DET
FAIL
APU fire-detection system MEL Item 26-12-00 −
APU fire extinguishing
APU FIREX FAIL
system
MEL Item 26-22-00 −

APU FUEL SOV APU fuel shutoff valve MEL Item 28-22-07 Actual Caution
FAIL
− MEL Item 28-22-19 False Caution

APU GEN MEL Item 24-22-01 Actual Caution


APU GEN OFF
GCU 1 (2) MEL Item 24-21-01 Actual Caution
BUS
External AC Power Supply MEL Item 24-42-00 False Caution
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EICAS MESSAGES
TYPE POSSIBLE FAILED DISPATCH
REMARKS
COMPONENTS CONDITION
MESSAGE

APU OIL HI TEMP − MEL Item 49-00-00 −


APU OIL LO
− MEL Item 49-00-00 −
PRESS
AT FAIL Auto throttle channel MEL Item 22-30-00 −

AT NOT IN HOLD − Not Applicable −


AURAL WRN SYS
− NO DISPATCH −
FAIL
AUTOBRAKE FAIL AutoBrake System MEL Item 32-41-02 −
AVNX ASCB
− NO DISPATCH −
FAULT
AVNX MAU 1(2)(3)
− NO DISPATCH −
FAN FAIL
AVNX MAU
− NO DISPATCH −
1(2)(3)A FAIL
AVNX MAU
− NO DISPATCH −
1(2)(3)A OVHT
AVNX MAU
C − NO DISPATCH −
1(2)(3)B FAIL
A AVNX MAU
U − NO DISPATCH −
1(2)(3)B OVHT
T
I BATT 1 (2) − NO DISPATCH −
O DISCHARGING
N
GCU 1 (2) MEL Item 24-21-01 −

− NO DISPATCH −
BATT 1(2) OFF
GCU 1 (2) MEL Item 24-21-01 Actual Caution
BATT 1 (2) TEMP BATT 1 (2) Temperature
MEL Item 24-36-10 −
SENS FAULT Sensors
Engine Bleed System MEL Item 36-00-00 −

High Stage Bleed Valve MEL Item 36-11-01 −


Nacelle Pressure
MEL Item 36-11-03 −
Regulating Shutoff Valve
BLEED 1 (2) FAIL
Fan Air Valve MEL Item 36-00-00 −

Fan Air Inlet Door MEL Item 36-11-12 −


Pre-cooler Ram Air
MEL Item 36-00-00 −
Check Valve
ODS System MEL Item 36-21-00 False Condition
BLEED 1(2) LEAK
− NO DISPATCH Actual Caution
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EICAS MESSAGES
TYPE POSSIBLE FAILED DISPATCH
REMARKS
COMPONENTS CONDITION
MESSAGE

Engine Bleed System MEL Item 36-00-00 −


BLEED 1(2)
High Stage Bleed Valve MEL Item 36-11-01 −
OVERPRESS
Engine Bleed Valve MEL Item 36-11-03 −
BLEED APU APU Pneumatic
MEL Item 36-12-00 −
LEAK Bleed System
BRK LH (RH) FAIL − NO DISPATCH −

BRK OVERHEAT Brake Temperature Sensor MEL Item 32-47-01 False Caution

CABIN DIFF CPCS Controller MEL Item 21-31-01 −


PRESS FAIL
Outflow Valve MEL Item 21-31-02 −
CENTER EBAY
− NO DISPATCH −
FANS FAIL
CMS FAIL − NO DISPATCH −

− NO DISPATCH Actual Caution


CREW OXY LO
PRESS Crew Oxygen Pressure
MEL Item 35-11-01 False Caution
Transducer
CREW WRN SYS
− NO DISPATCH −
C FAULT
A AFT cargo compartment
CRG AFT FIRE
U detection system or fire MEL Item 26-23-00 −
T SYS FAIL
extinguishing system
I FWD cargo compartment
O CRG FWD FIRE
detection system or fire MEL Item 26-23-00 −
N SYS FAIL
extinguishing system
Forward Cargo
MEL Item 21-27-01 −
CRG FWD VENT Compartment Fan
FAIL Forward Cargo
MEL Item 21-27-04 −
Compartment Shutoff Valve
DC BUS 1(2) OFF − NO DISPATCH −
DC ESS BUS − NO DISPATCH −
1(2)(3) OFF
DISPLAY CTRL
− NO DISPATCH −
FAIL
DISPLAY CTRL
− NO DISPATCH −
FAULT

DOOR CENTER − NO DISPATCH Actual Caution


EBAY OPEN
Center Ebay Access Switch MEL Item 52-70-00 False Caution

− NO DISPATCH Actual Caution


DOOR FWD EBAY
OPEN Forward Ebay Access
MEL Item 52-70-00 False Caution
Switch
− NO DISPATCH Actual Caution
DOOR HYD OPEN
Rear Fuselage Door Switch MEL Item 52-70-00 False Caution
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EICAS MESSAGES
TYPE POSSIBLE FAILED DISPATCH
REMARKS
COMPONENTS CONDITION
MESSAGE

EICAS FAULT − NO DISPATCH −

EICAS OVHT − NO DISPATCH −

ELEVATOR FAULT − NO DISPATCH −


ELEVATOR LH
− NO DISPATCH −
(RH) FAIL
EMER BRK FAIL Emer/Park brake NO DISPATCH −
EMER LT NOT
ARMED
− Not Applicable −
EMER LT ON − Not Applicable −
ENG 1(2)
CONTROL FAULT
− NO DISPATCH −
ENG 1(2) FADEC
OVERTEMP
− NO DISPATCH −
ENG 1(2) FAIL − NO DISPATCH −
ENG 1(2) FIRE
DET FAIL
− NO DISPATCH −

ENG 1(2) FUEL − NO DISPATCH Actual Caution


IMP BYPASS
C − MEL Item 73-21-15 False Caution
A
U ENG 1(2) FUEL LO − NO DISPATCH Actual Caution
PRESS
T − MEL Item 73-31-07 False Caution
I
ENG 1(2) FUEL Engine 1(2) fuel shutoff
O
SOV FAIL valve
NO DISPATCH −
N
ENG 1(2) NO Refer to MEL ítem 73-21-
DISPATCH
− NO DISPATCH 01 for dispatch upgrade.

ENG 1(2) OIL LO − NO DISPATCH Actual Caution


LEVEL
− MEL Item 79-31-07 False Caution
ENG 1(2) REV Engine Thrust Reverser
FAIL system
MEL Item 78-34-08 −
ENG 1(2) REV Thrust Control Quadrant
PROT FAULT T/R Protection System
MEL Item 78-34-06 −
ENG 1(2) REV TLA Thrust Control Quadrant
FAIL Idle Stop Solenoid
MEL Item 78-34-10 −
ENG 1(2) START
VLV OPEN
Starter Control Valve MEL Item 80-10-01 −
ENG 1(2) T2 HEAT
FAIL
Engine 1(2) T2 heater MEL Item 73-21-17 −
ENG 1(2) TLA FAIL − NO DISPATCH −
ENG NO
TAKEOFF DATA
− NO DISPATCH −
ENG REF A-I
DISAG
− NO DISPATCH −
ENG REF ECS
DISAG − NO DISPATCH −
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EICAS MESSAGES
TYPE POSSIBLE FAILED DISPATCH
REMARKS
COMPONENTS CONDITION
MESSAGE
ENG
EXCEEDANCE
− NO DISPATCH −
ENG THR RATING
DISAG
− NO DISPATCH −

ENG TLA NOT None Not Applicable TLA not at TOGA


TOGA Thrust Control Quadrant NO DISPATCH TLA at TOGA
FD LATERAL
MODE OFF
− Not Applicable −
FD VERT MODE
OFF
− Not Applicable −
FLAP FAIL − NO DISPATCH −
FLT CTRL BIT
EXPIRED
− NO DISPATCH −
FLT CTRL NO
DISPATCH
− NO DISPATCH −
FLT CTRL TEST
FAILED
− NO DISPATCH −
FMS POS DISAG − Not Applicable −
FMS1(2)-GPS POS
DISAG
− Not Applicable −
FMS-GPS POS
C
DISAG
− Not Applicable −
A
U FUEL AFT (FWD)
OVRD FAIL
Auxiliary Fuel System MEL Item 28-13-00 −
T
I FUEL FUSELAGE
O IMBAL
− NO DISPATCH −
N FUEL IMBALANCE − NO DISPATCH −

FUEL TANK LO
− NO DISPATCH Actual Caution
TEMP Fuel Tank Temperature
MEL Item 28-43-00 False Caution
Sensor
FUEL WING
OVERFILL
− NO DISPATCH −
FUEL XFEED FAIL − NO DISPATCH −
FUEL XFEED Fuel Crossfeed Override
OVERD FAIL function
MEL Item 28-21-16 −
FUEL XFR AUTO
FAIL
Auxiliary Fuel System MEL Item 28-13-00 −
FUEL XFR PUMP
FAIL
Auxiliary Fuel System MEL Item 28-13-00 −
FWD EBAY FANS
FAIL
− NO DISPATCH −
EGPWS Modes 1-4 MEL Item 34-41-00 Actual Caution

Rad Alt Unit 1 (2) MEL Item 34-31-00 Actual Caution


GND PROX FAIL
APM MEL Item 31-41-03 False Caution

SF-ACE Channel MEL Item 27-53-00 False Caution


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EICAS MESSAGES
TYPE POSSIBLE FAILED DISPATCH
REMARKS
COMPONENTS CONDITION
MESSAGE
External AC Power
GPU CONNECTED MEL Item 24-42-00 False Caution
Receptacle
HF 1 (2) FAIL HF Communication System MEL Item 23-11-00 −
HYD 1 (2) (3) HI
TEMP
− NO DISPATCH −
HYD 1 (2) (3) LO
PRESS
− NO DISPATCH −
HYD 1 (2) EDP
NOT D-PRESS
EDP Depress Solenoid MEL Item 29-11-01 −
HYD 3 VLV FAIL − NO DISPATCH −
HYD PTU FAIL − NO DISPATCH −
ICE DETECTOR
1(2) FAIL
Ice Detector System MEL Item 30-81-00 −
Engine Driven Generator
IDG 1(2) OFF BUS
(IDG, GCU, GLC)
MEL Item 24-21-01 −
GCU 1 (2) MEL Item 24-21-01 −
IDG 1(2) OIL
IDG 1 (2) MEL Item 24-21-01 −
IFE RACK SMOKE IFE Smoke Detector MEL Item 26-18-01 False Caution

INVERTER FAIL Static Inverter MEL Item 24-24-00 −


− NO DISPATCH Actual Caution
IRS 1(2) FAIL
GPS Receiver Module 1 (2) MEL Item 34-56-00 False Caution
IRS EXCESSIVE
MOTION
− NO DISPATCH −
LAV SMOKE DET Lavatory smoke detection
FAIL system
MEL Item 26-14-00 −
LG NO DISPATCH − NO DISPATCH −
LG NOSE DOOR
OPEN
− NO DISPATCH −
LG WOW SYS
FAIL
− NO DISPATCH −
MFD 1 MEL Item 31-61-01 DU swap required
MFD 1(2) FAULT
MFD 2 MEL Item 31-61-01 MFD 2 is deactivated
MFD 1 MEL Item 31-61-01 DU swap required
MFD 1(2) OVHT
MFD 2 MEL Item 31-61-01 MFD 2 is deactivated
NAVCOM 1(2)
FAIL
− NO DISPATCH −
NAVCOM 1(2)
OVHT
− NO DISPATCH −
NO ETOPS SEL − Not Applicable −
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EICAS MESSAGES
TYPE POSSIBLE FAILED DISPATCH
REMARKS
COMPONENTS CONDITION
MESSAGE
Air Conditioning Pack
System
MEL Item 21-51-00 −
Emergency Ram Air Valve MEL Item 21-25-01 −
PACK 1 (2) FAIL
Flow Sensing Venturis MEL Item 21-51-02 −
Flow Control Valve MEL Item 21-51-01 −
Air Conditioning Pack
PACK 2 LEAK
System
MEL Item 21-51-00 −
PAX OXY LO
PRESS
Passenger Oxygen System MEL Item 35-20-00 −
Automatic Deployment MEL Item 35-20-00
PAX OXY NOT System Sub-item (1)

DEPLOYED Dispensing Unit Door
Electrical Latches
MEL Item 35-20-02 −
PFD 1(2) FAULT PFD 1(2) MEL Item 31-61-01 PFD 1(2) is deactivated

PFD 1(2) OVHT PFD 1(2) MEL Item 31-61-01 PFD 1(2) is deactivated

PITCH TRIM FAIL − NO DISPATCH −

PRESN AUTO CPCS Controller MEL Item 21-31-01 −


FAIL Outflow Valve MEL Item 21-31-02 −
C
A CPCS Controller MEL Item 21-31-01 −
U PRESN MAN FAIL
T Outflow Valve MEL Item 21-31-02 −
I PRKG BRK NOT
O RELEASED
− Not Applicable −
N
RAT FAIL − NO DISPATCH −

RECIRC SMK DET


AMS controller card NO DISPATCH −
FAIL Recirculation smoke
detector
MEL Item 21-24-04 −
RECIRC SMOKE − NO DISPATCH −
RUDDER FAIL − NO DISPATCH −
RUDDER FAULT − NO DISPATCH −
RUDDER LIMITER
FAIL
− NO DISPATCH −
SHAKER
ANTICIPATED
− NO DISPATCH −
SLAT FAIL − NO DISPATCH −
SLAT-FLAP
LEVER DISAG
− NO DISPATCH −
SPOILER FAULT − NO DISPATCH −
STAB LOCK
FAULT
− NO DISPATCH −
STALL PROT FAIL − NO DISPATCH −
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EICAS MESSAGES
TYPE POSSIBLE FAILED DISPATCH
REMARKS
COMPONENTS CONDITION
MESSAGE

STEEP APPR FAIL Steep Approach Mode MEL Item 34-41-05 −


STEER FAIL − NO DISPATCH −
SYS CONFIG FAIL − NO DISPATCH −
EGPWS Terrain System GPS 1 failure affects
EGPWS terrain
TERRAIN FAIL MEL Item 34-41-00
GPS 1 function. GPS swap
may be performed.
C TRU 1(2) FAIL − NO DISPATCH −
A
U TRU ESS FAIL − NO DISPATCH −
T VALIDATE
I CONFIG
− NO DISPATCH −
O
N VHF 1(2)(3) OVHT − NO DISPATCH −
VHF 3 FAIL VHF COMM Module 3 MEL Item 23-12-00 −
EGPWS Windshear Mode MEL Item 34-41-00 −
WINDSHEAR FAIL
Rad Alt 1 (2) MEL Item 34-31-00 −
WINDSHIELD 1(2)
HTR FAIL
Windshield Heating System MEL Item 30-42-00 −
XPDR 1(2) IN
STBY
− Not applicable −
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EICAS MESSAGES
TYPE POSSIBLE FAILED DISPATCH
REMARKS
COMPONENTS CONDITION
MESSAGE
ADS 1 (2) HTR
ADSP Heater Controller MEL Item 30-31-00 (#) See Introduction
FAULT
ADS 3 (4)
SLIPCOMP FAIL
− NO DISPATCH −
ADS PROBE 1(2)
(3)(4) FAIL
− NO DISPATCH −
AFCS FAULT − NO DISPATCH −
AFCS PANEL FAIL − NO DISPATCH −
AFCS PANEL
FAULT
GP Channel MEL Item 22-11-01 −

A-I ENG 1(2) Engine Anti-ice System MEL Item 30-21-00 −


FAULT Engine Anti-ice Valve MEL Item 30-21-01 −
Engine Anti-ice System MEL Item 30-21-00 −
A-I ENG 1(2) LEAK
Engine Anti-ice Valve MEL Item 30-21-01 −
A-I MODE NOT
AUTO
− Not Applicable −
A-I SWITCH OFF − Not Applicable −
AILERON LH (RH)
A FAIL
− NO DISPATCH −
D
One AMS Controller
V AMS CTRL FAULT
Channel
MEL Item 21-00-01 −
I
S AP FAULT Autopilot channel MEL Item 22-10-00 −
O AP PITCH TRIM
R FAULT
Autopilot channel MEL Item 22-10-00 −
Y AP RUDDER NOT Autoland is not
Rudder Servo MEL Item 22-10-01
AVAIL available
APM FAULT APM 1 (2) (3) (4) MEL Item 31-41-03 −
APPR 2 NOT CAT II Approach
AVAIL
− Not Applicable
Unserviceable
APU FIREXBTL
DISCH
APU Fire Ext. Bottle MEL Item 26-22-00 −
AT FAULT Auto throttle channel MEL Item 22-30-00 −
AURAL WRN SYS Aural Warning System
FAULT Channel
MEL Item 31-51-00 −
AUTO CONFIG AUTO CONFIG TRIM
TRIM FAIL function
NO DISPATCH −
AUTOLAND 1 (2)
NOT AVAIL
Autoland Unserviceable MEL Item 22-10-01 −
AVNX DB
MODULE FAIL
Database Module MEL Item 45-45-04 −
AVNX MAU 1 (2)
(3) FAN FAULT
MAU fans MEL Item 31-41-08 −
AVNX MAU 1 (2)
(3)A FAULT
− NO DISPATCH −
AVNX MAU 1 (2)
(3)B FAULT
− NO DISPATCH −
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EICAS MESSAGES
TYPE POSSIBLE FAILED DISPATCH
REMARKS
COMPONENTS CONDITION
MESSAGE

BLEED 1(2) OFF − Not Applicable −


BRK CONTROL
FAULT
− NO DISPATCH −
BRK LH (RH)
FAULT
− NO DISPATCH −
BRK PEDL LH
(RH) SEAT FAIL
− NO DISPATCH −
CABIN SMOKE
DET FAIL
− NO DISPATCH −
CCD 1 (2) FAULT CCD 1 (2) MEL Item 31-62-01 −
CMC FAIL CMC MEL Item 45-45-01 −
CMS FAULT Single CMS MEL Item 31-41-30 −

CRG AFT ACCESS


− NO DISPATCH −
Internal Door Warning
OPEN
System
MEL Item 52-70-02 −
CRG AFT FIREX
HI ARM
− Not Applicable −
CRG AFT FIREX
A
LO ARM
− Not Applicable −
D
CRG AFT VENT Cargo compartment
V
FAIL ventilation system
MEL Item 26-15-00 −
I
Cargo compartment smoke
S
CRG FIRE PROT detector
MEL Item 26-15-00 −
O
FAULT Cargo compartment FIRE
R
extinguishing system
MEL Item 26-23-00 −
Y
CRG FWD FIREX
HI ARM
− Not Applicable −
CRG FWD FIREX
LO ARM
− Not Applicable −
CVR AFT FAIL DVDR 2 MEL Item 31-31-00 −
CVR FWD FAIL DVDR 1 MEL Item 31-31-00 −
CMF MEL Item 23-24-00 Actual Advisory
DATALINK 1 (2)
CMC Module MEL Item 45-45-01 False Advisory
FAIL
Printer MEL Item 23-24-01 False Advisory

DEFUEL SOV Defueling Shutoff Valve MEL Item 28-23-21 Actual Advisory
OPEN − MEL Item 28-23-31 False Advisory
DOOR FUELING
Fueling Access Door MEL Item 52-70-00 False Advisory
OPEN

DOORS NOT
− NO DISPATCH Actual Advisory
STOWED Internal Door Warning
MEL Item 52-70-02 False Advisory
System
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EICAS MESSAGES
TYPE POSSIBLE FAILED DISPATCH
REMARKS
COMPONENTS CONDITION
MESSAGE
Emer/Park brake
EMER BRK FAULT accumulator press MEL Item 32-44-17 False Advisory
transducer
EMER LT BATT
FAULT
− NO DISPATCH −
ENG 1(2) FADEC
FAULT
− NO DISPATCH −
ENG 1(2)
FIREXBTL A FAIL
− NO DISPATCH −
ENG FIREXBTL
A(B) DISCH
− NO DISPATCH −
ENG 1(2)
FIREXBTL B FAIL
− NO DISPATCH −
ENG 1(2) FUEL Engine 1(2) fuel low
SW FAIL pressure switch
MEL Item 73-31-01 −
ENG 1(2) OIL IMP − NO DISPATCH Actual Advisory
BYPASS − MEL Item 79-34-07 False Advisory
ENG 1(2) OIL SW Engine 1(2) oil pressure
FAIL switch
MEL Item 79-33-01 −
ENG 1(2) SHORT
DISPATCH
− MEL Item 73-21-01 (#) See Introduction
ENG TLA TRIM
FAIL
ETTS failed MEL Item 22-30-15 −
A
D FD FAIL − NO DISPATCH −
V FD FAULT Flight director channel MEL Item 22-10-16 −
I
S FDR AFT FAIL DVDR 2 MEL Item 31-31-00 −
O
R
FDR FWD FAIL DVDR 1 MEL Item 31-31-00 −
Y SF-ACE channel MEL Item 27-53-00 −
FLAP LO RATE PSU MEL Item 27-53-00
Skew Sensor MEL Item 27-53-00
FLT CRTL FAULT − MEL Item 27-00-00 (#) See Introduction
FLT CTRL ADS
FAIL
− NO DISPATCH −
FMS 1(2) FAIL FMS failed MEL Item 34-61-00 −
FMS FAIL FMS failed MEL Item 34-61-00 −
FUEL AC PUMP Fuel AC Pump DDPM 5-28 Actual Advisory
1(2) FAIL − MEL Item 28-21-33 False Advisory
FUEL DC PUMP
FAIL
Fuel DC pump MEL Item 28-22-01 −
FUEL EQUAL-
XFEED OPEN
− Not Applicable −
FUEL FEED 1(2) − NO DISPATCH Actual Advisory
FAULT Fuel Low Pressure Switch MEL Item 73-31-01 False Advisory
FUEL KG-LB
MISMATCH
− NO DISPATCH −
FUEL XFR FAULT Auxiliary Fuel System MEL Item 28-13-00 −
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EICAS MESSAGES
TYPE POSSIBLE FAILED DISPATCH
REMARKS
COMPONENTS CONDITION
MESSAGE
FUEL XFR ISOL
FAIL
Auxiliary Fuel System MEL Item 28-13-00 −
FUEL XFR SW
NOT AUTO
− Not Applicable −
FUEL XFR VENT
FAIL
Auxiliary Fuel System MEL Item 28-13-00 −
HUD 1(2) A3 NOT
AVAIL
− Not Applicable −
HUD 1 (2) FAIL Head Up Guidance System MEL Item 34-25-00 −
HUD 1 (2) LVTO
NOT AVAIL
− Not Applicable −
HUD A3 NOT
AVAIL
− Not Applicable −
HUD FAIL Head Up Guidance System MEL Item 34-25-00 −
HUD LVTO NOT
AVAIL
− Not Applicable −
− NO DISPATCH Actual Advisory
HYD 1 (3) LO QTY
− MEL Item 29-32-00 False Advisory
− NO DISPATCH Actual Advisory
HYD 2 LO QTY
− MEL Item 29-32-01 False Advisory
A HYD 1 (2) EDP
D FAIL
− NO DISPATCH −
V HYD 1 (2) ELEC
I PUMP FAIL
− NO DISPATCH −
S HYD 1 (2) SOV
O FAIL
− NO DISPATCH −
R HYD 3 PUMP A
Y NOT ON
− Not Applicable −
HYD PTU NOT PTU Automatic Activation
AUTO function
MEL Item 29-11-03 −
HYD PUMP NOT
AUTO
System 3 Electrical Pump MEL Item 29-12-01 −
HYD TEMP SENS
FAIL
− NO DISPATCH −
HYD3 ELEC PUMP
A FAIL
− NO DISPATCH −
HYD3 ELEC PUMP
B FAIL
Hydraulic Pump 3B MEL Item 29-12-01 −
ICE CONDITION − Not Applicable −
IRS 1(2) NAV
MODE FAIL
− Not Applicable −
IRS ALIGNING − Not Applicable −

IRS PRES POS GPS Receiver Module 1 (2) MEL Item 34-56-00 −
INVALID GPS Antenna 1 (2) MEL Item 34-56-00 −

LG TEMP − NO DISPATCH Actual Advisory


EXCEEDANCE Brake temperature sensor MEL Item 32-47-01 −
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EICAS MESSAGES
TYPE POSSIBLE FAILED DISPATCH
REMARKS
COMPONENTS CONDITION
MESSAGE

− NO DISPATCH −
LOAD SHED
GCU 1 (2) MEL Item 24-21-01 False Advisory

MACH TRIM FAIL − NO DISPATCH −


MACH TRIM
FAULT
Mach trim channel MEL Item 22-10-12 −
OBSERVER OXY Observer Seat Oxygen
LO PRESS Supply
MEL Item 25-11-02 −
PACK 1(2) OFF − Not Applicable −

PAX OXY SW NOT − Not Applicable Actual Advisory


AUTO
− MEL Item 35-20-00 False Advisory

PITCH CONTROL − NO DISPATCH Actual Advisory


DISC EICAS message MEL Item 27-31-06 False Advisory

PITCH TRIM BKUP


FAIL
Pitch Trim Backup Switch MEL Item 27-43-02 −
PITCH TRIM LO
A
RATE
− NO DISPATCH −
D
PITCH TRIM SW 1 Dual Pitch Trim Switch on
V
(2) FAIL Yoke
MEL Item 27-43-02 −
I
PRESN AUTO
S
FAULT
CPCS Controller MEL Item 21-31-01 −
O
R RAAS FAIL RAAS MEL Item 34-41-00 −
Y
RAAS INHIB − Not Applicable −
RAAS NOT AVAIL RAAS MEL Item 34-41-00 −
RALT 1 (2) FAIL Rad Alt 1 (2) MEL Item 34-31-00 −
RAM AIR FAULT Emergency Ram Air Valve MEL Item 21-25-01 −
System failure announced
“Electronic Fault Alert
by a maintenance level
system” Actual Advisory
message but not correlated
MEL Definition
to an EICAS message
REMOTE CB TRIP CB monitor MEL Item 31-16-01 False Advisory

GCU 1 (2) MEL Item 24-21-01 False Advisory

AGCU MEL Item 24-22-01 False Advisory

ROLL CONTROL − NO DISPATCH Actual Advisory


DISC EICAS message MEL Item 27-11-12 False Advisory

SATCOM FAIL SATCOM MEL Item 23-15-00 −


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EICAS MESSAGES
TYPE POSSIBLE FAILED DISPATCH
REMARKS
COMPONENTS CONDITION
MESSAGE
SHAKER 1 (2)
FAIL
Stick Shaker MEL Item 27-36-01 −
SF-ACE channel MEL Item 27-53-00 −
SLAT LO RATE PSU MEL Item 27-53-00 −
Skew Sensor MEL Item 27-53-00 −
SPDA FAIL − NO DISPATCH −
SPDBRK LEVER
DISAG
− NO DISPATCH −
STALL PROT
FAULT
− NO DISPATCH −
STALL PROT ICE
SPEED
− Not Applicable −
STEEP APPR NOT
AVAIL
Steep Approach Mode Not Applicable −
STEER FAULT Steering pedal Sensors MEL Item 32-53-03 −
A TAILSTRIKE
AVOID FAIL
Tailstrike Protection System MEL Item 27-33-06 −
D
V
I TAT heater MEL Item 30-33-00 −
S TAT 1 (2) FAIL TAT, SAT, and TAS
TAT sensor MEL Item 34-15-03
O dashed on MFD
R
TCAS MEL Item 34-43-00 Actual Advisory
Y
TCAS FAIL Rad Alt 1 (2) MEL Item 34-31-00 False Advisory

XPDR Module 1 (2) MEL Item 34-52-00 False Advisory

TERRAIN NOT APM MEL Item 31-41-03 −


AVAILABLE EGPWS Terrain System MEL Item 34-41-00 −
XBLEED FAIL Cross Bleed Valve MEL Item 36-10-01 −
XBLEED SW OFF − Not Applicable −
YD FAIL − NO DISPATCH −
YD FAULT Yaw Damper Channel MEL Item 22-10-14 −
YD OFF − Not Applicable −
− NO DISPATCH −
XPDR 1(2) FAIL
XPDR MEL Item 34-52-00 −
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EICAS MESSAGES
TYPE POSSIBLE FAILED DISPATCH
REMARKS
COMPONENTS CONDITION
MESSAGE
A-I ENG 1(2) VLV Engine Anti-ice Valve
OPEN OPEN
MEL Item 30-21-09 −
A-I WING VLV
OPEN
Wing Anti-ice Valve OPEN MEL Item 30-11-11 −
APU FUEL SOV
CLOSED
− MEL Item 28-22-17 False Status
APU SHUTTING
DOWN
− Not Applicable −
AUTOLAND OFF − Not Applicable −
BLEED APU VLV
OPEN
− Not Applicable −
CRG FIREX HI
DISCH
− Not Applicable −
CRG FIREX LO
DISCH
− Not Applicable −
ENG 1(2) FUEL
SOV CLOSED
− Not Applicable −
ENG 1(2) REV Engine Thrust Reverser
S MEL Item 78-34-12 False Status
INHIBIT Inhibit Lever Switch
T ENG 1(2) TLA NOT
A IDLE
− Not Applicable −
T ENG TDS REF A-I
U ALL
− Not Applicable −
S ENG TDS REF A-I
ENG
− Not Applicable −
FLT CTRL TEST IN
PROG
− Not Applicable −
FLT CTRL TEST
PASSED
− Not Applicable −
FUEL XFEED
OVRD LOW 1(2)
− Not Applicable −
FUEL XFR ISOL
CLOSED
− Not Applicable −
FUEL XFEED SOV
OPEN
− Not Applicable −
HUD A3 OFF − Not Applicable −
HYD 1 (2) SOV
CLOSED
− Not Applicable −
PRINTER FAULT Cockpit Printer MEL Item 23-24-01 −
STEER OFF − Not Applicable −
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NON ESSENTIAL EQUIPMENT AND FURNISHINGS (NEF)


TABLE OF CONTENTS

SUBJECT PAGE
Introduction NEF-2
NEF A - Cabin List NEF-3
NEF B - Galley List NEF-4
NEF C - Lavatory List NEF-5
NEF D - Cockpit List NEF-6
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NON ESSENTIAL EQUIPMENT AND FURNISHINGS (NEF)


INTRODUCTION

Non-essential Equipment and Furnishings are those items installed on the aircraft as part of the original
type certification, supplemental type certificate, or other form of alteration that have no effect on the safe
operation of flight and would not be required by the applicable certification rules or operational rules. They
are those items that, if inoperative, damaged, or missing, have no effect on the aircraft’s ability to be
operated safely under all operational conditions. These nonessential items may be installed in areas
including, but not limited to, the passenger compartment, flight deck area, service areas, cargo areas, crew
rest areas, lavatories, and galley areas.

The items listed with Category E shall be repaired within one hundred and twenty (120) consecutive
calendar days (2880 hours) excluding the day the malfunction was recorded in the aircraft maintenance log
and/or record, but this lead time could be extended if a technical evaluation is performed by the Enginering
Unit and it concludes that this work needs to be performed in a maintenance opportunity with longer TAT,
without exceeding the next heavy maintenance opportunity in order to not affect the airplane in-service
availability.
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NEF A – CABIN LIST

ITEM DESCRIPTION CATEGORY REMARKS

1 AED Hold Down Strap E May be worn or damaged.

2 Carpet/Floor Covering E May be soiled or worn.

3 Class Curtain E May be missing, damaged or torn.

4 Class Partition E May be stained, torn or worn.

5 Closets Trim/Panel/Hangers/ Shelves E May be missing, damaged or worn.


May be stained, torn or worn provided no
6 Cockpit-Passenger Cabin Partition E
delamination is present.
Any in excess of those required may be
7 Demo Equipment E
inoperative or missing.
May be missing or damaged provided function of
8 Flight Attendant Seat Trim or Coverings E
the seat is not compromised.
9 Galley Curtain E May be damaged or torn.
In-Flight Entertainment System Crew
10 E May be inoperative or damaged.
Panel
In-Flight Entertainment System Smart
11 E May be inoperative or damaged.
Monitors
In-Flight Entertainment System File
12 E May be inoperative.
Servers
13 In-Flight Entertainment System Controller E May be inoperative.

14 Individual Passenger Gasper Outlets E May be inoperative or damaged.


May be damaged/loose provided mandatory
15 Main Door Lining Panels E
placards are installed.
16 Movable Seat Headsets E May be inoperative.
Overhead Bin Trim/Dust May be inoperative or missing provided bin
17 E
Covers/Strips/Caps functions normally.
May be stained, torn or worn provided no
18 Passenger Cabin Floor Lining E
delamination is present.
19 Passenger Reading Lights E May be inoperative or damaged.
May be missing or damaged or worn provided
20 Passenger Seat Trim E
seat operation is not affected.
21 Passenger to Attendant Call E May be inoperative.

22 Seat Belt Extenders E May be missing.

23 Seat Track Covers E May be missing or damaged.


May be damaged/loose provided mandatory
24 Service Door Lining Panels E
placards are installed.
May be damaged/loose. NOTE: Damage at
25 Sidewall Lining Panels E emergency window region and free panel is not
allowable.
26 Trim/Covers/Lenses and Caps E May be missing or damaged.

27 Wall Coverings E (M) May be worn or damaged.

28 Windows Shade E May be missing, damaged or will not move.

29 Windows Transparency E May be dirty/minor/insignificant damage.


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NEF B – GALLEY LIST

ITEM DESCRIPTION CATEGORY REMARKS

1 Chillers E May be not chilling.

2 Carts E May be missing or inoperative.

3 Fairings E May be worn or damaged.

4 Floor E May be worn or damaged.


May be inoperative provided its circuit
5 Floor Heater E
breaker is secured open.
6 Hot jugs E May be inoperative.

7 Linings E May be worn or damaged.

8 Mirrors E May be cracked or damaged.

9 Outlets E May be inoperative.

10 Serving Trays E May be missing or damaged.

11 Stowage Compartments E May be worn or damaged.


May be inoperative provided sufficient
12 Work lights E lighting remains for flight attendants to
perform their duties.
13 Ovens E May be inoperative.

14 Coffee Makers E May be missing or inoperative.


May be missing or damaged provided it is
15 Waste Containers E
not used.
May be noisy/slow.
16 Sinks E
If obstructed apply MEL ITEM 38-10-00
May be damaged.
17 Work Tables E If not secured on stowed position, must be
removed.
18 Walter Boilers E May be inoperative.
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NEF C – LAVATORY LIST

ITEM DESCRIPTION CATEGORY REMARKS

1 Assist handles E May be missing or damaged.

2 Door E May be worn or damaged.


May be inoperative provided lavatory is
considered inoperative and secured closed
3 Door Latch E (Associated lavatory entrance door is
locked, closed and placarded:
“INOPERATIVE – DO NOT ENTER”).
4 Floor E May be worn or damaged.

5 Gasper E May be inoperative.

6 Hot Water Heater E May be inoperative.

7 Infant Changing Tables E May be missing or damaged.

8 Interior Door Ashtray E May be missing, damaged or worn.

9 Interior Trim and Wall Coverings E May be worn or damaged.

10 Mirror E May be cracked or damaged.

11 Passenger to Attendant Call E May be inoperative.

12 Service Cabinet Doors E May be worn or damaged.


May be noisy/slow. If obstructed apply MEL
13 Sink Drain E
38-10-00
14 Soap Dispenser E May be missing or damaged.

15 Toiled Paper Holder E May be missing or damaged.

16 Toilet Seat Lid E May be missing or damaged.

17 Toilet Shroud E May be worn or damaged.


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NEF D – COCKPIT LIST

ITEM DESCRIPTION CATEGORY REMARKS

1 Access compartment latches E May be inoperative.

2 Assist handles E May be missing or damaged.

3 Chart Holders E May be inoperative.

4 Checklist/Map Holders E May be missing or damaged.

5 Coat and/or hat hooks E May be missing or damaged.

6 Cockpit Floor Finishing E May be worn or damaged.


Cockpit Linings (ceiling, sidewall,
7 windshield, pedal assembly, control E May be worn or damaged.
column, direct vision window)
8 Compartment Doors E May be worn or damaged.

9 Escape Rope Covers E May be missing or damaged.

10 Flight deck door hold-open System E May be inoperative.

11 Forward Cockpit Bulkhead E May be worn or damaged.

12 Glareshield Cover E May be worn or damaged.


Manual holder (including retention
13 E May be missing or damaged.
bar/strap)
May be inoperative provided seat is
14 Observer’s seat latch knob E
secured on stowed position.
15 Observer’s storage compartment E May be missing or damaged.

16 Spare Headset E May be missing.


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ITEM No. SUBJECT PAGE

00-00 Environment Control System Synoptic Displays (MFD ECS Page) 21-1
00-01 Air Management System (AMS) Channels 21-1
21-04 Pilots Feet Outlet Shutoff Valves 21-2
23-00 Gasper System 21-2
24-01 Recirculation Fans 21-2
24-02 Recirculation Air Filters 21-3
24-04 Recirculation System Smoke Detector 21-3
25-01 Emergency Ram Air Valve 21-4
25-03 Emergency Ram Air Check Valve 21-5
25-06 Ram Air inlet Door 25-6
26-08 Aft Electronic Bay Ventilation System 21-6
27-01 Forward Cargo Compartment Fan 21-6
27-03 Forward Cargo Compartment Check Valve 21-7
27-04 Forward Cargo Compartment Shutoff Valve 21-7
27-09 Aft Baggage Compartment Shutoff Valves 21-8
28-02 In-Flight Entertainment System (IFE) 21-8
28-03 In-Flight Entertainment System (IFE) Ground-Shutoff-Valve 21-8
28-04 In-Flight Entertainment System (IFE) Vent-Shutoff-Valve 21-9
28-08 Chiller Ventilation System 21-9
28-09 Chiller Ground-Shutoff-Valve 21-9
28-10 Chiller Vent-Shutoff-Valve 21-9
28-12 Chiller Maintenance Panel 21-9
29-02 Low Pressure Ground Connection Check Valves 21-9
31-01 Cabin Pressure Control System CPCS Controller Channels 21-12
31-02 Outflow Valve 21-13
31-05 Outflow Valve Indication on MFD 21-15
31-07 Cabin Rate of Climb Indication on EICAS 21-15
31-09 Cabin Differential Pressure Indication on EICAS 21-17
31-11 Cabin Altitude Indication on EICAS 21-19
31-13 Landing Field Elevation (LFE) Indication on EICAS 21-20
32-01 Positive Pressure Relief Valve (Including Static Port and Tubing) 21-22
32-04 Negative Pressure Relief Valve 21-23
32-14 Positive Pressure Relief Valve Indication on MFD 21-24
41-00 Heated Floor Panel System 21-24
51-00 Air Conditioning Packs 21-24
51-01 Pack Flow Control Valves 21-26
51-02 Flow Sensing Venturis 21-29
51-08 Water Spray Nozzles 21-31
61-00 Cockpit Zone Temperature Control on Air Conditioning/Pneumatic Panel (Cockpit 21-33
Temperature “SET” Indication on MFD ECS Page)
61-01 Cockpit Zone Temperature Sensor (Cockpit Temperature “ACTUAL” Indication on 21-34
MFD ECS Page)
61-05 Cockpit Zone Temperature Indication on MFD 21-36
62-00 Passenger Cabin Zone Temperature Control (Passenger Cabin Temperature “SET” 21-36
Indication on MFD ECS Page)
62-01 Passenger Cabin Zone Temperature Sensors (Passenger Cabin Temperature 21-38
“ACTUAL” Indication on MFD ECS Page)
62-04 Passenger Cabin Zone Temperature Indication on MFD 21-39
62-05 Trim Air Modulating Valves 21-39
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4. REMARKS AND/OR EXCEPTIONS

00-00 Environment Control C 2 0 (O) MFD Indications not addressed elsewhere in


System Synoptic Displays the MEL may be inoperative.
(MFD ECS Page)

◙ PLACARD
Placard affected indication – ECS IND INOPERATIVE.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)


None.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)
MFD indications other than those addressed in the MEL may be inoperative and dispatched under
this relief.

CAUTION: THIS RELIEF IS NOT INTENDED TO BE USED FOR DISPATCH OF SYSTEMS’ FAILURES,
BUT THEIR INDICATION ON THE MFD SYNOPTIC PAGE. REFER TO ASSOCIATED EICAS
MESSAGES FOR SYSTEMS’ STATUSES.

Make sure that the inoperative MFD ECS Synoptic Page Indication is not one of those:

Sequence
Chapter Item Description
Number
21 31-05 Outflow Valve Indication on MFD
Positive Pressure Relief Valve
21 32-14
Indication on MFD

21 61-00
Cockpit Zone Temperature
Indications on MFD
21 61-01

21 62-00
Passenger Cabin Zone Temperature
Indications on MFD
21 62-01

00-01 Air Management System C 2 1 One may be inoperative provided flight is


(AMS) Channels conducted at or below FL 310.
◙ ◘
◙ PLACARD
Placard Air Conditioning/Pneumatic Panel – AMS CHANNEL 1 (2) INOPERATIVE.
◘ Dispatch/Flight Planning Office shall be notified. Maximum altitude for flight planning will be
affected.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)
None.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)
None.
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4. REMARKS AND/OR EXCEPTIONS

21-04 Pilots Feet Outlet Shutoff C 2 0


Valves

◙ PLACARD
Placard near affected valve control – OUTLET SOV INOPERATIVE.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)


None.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)


None.

23-00 Gasper System C 1 0



◙ PLACARD
Placard Air Conditioning/Pneumatic Panel – GASPER SOV INOPERATIVE.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)


None.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)


None.

24-01 Recirculation Fans C 2 0 (M) May be inoperative provided affected fan is


◙ deactivated.
1) Recirculation Fan Check C 2 0 (M) May be inoperative closed provided
Valves associated fan is deactivated.
◙ PLACARD
Placard near Recirculation Fans pushbutton – RECIRC INOPERATIVE.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)


To deactivate affected Recirculation Fan and MFD Environmental control system synoptic page
recirculation fan indication, Refer to AMM TASK 21-24-01-040-801-A.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)


None.
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4. REMARKS AND/OR EXCEPTIONS

24-02 Recirculation Air Filters C 2 0 I - May be inoperative or missing provided


◙ Recirculation Fans (RECIRC) remain selected
off.
C 2 0 II - (M) May be inoperative or missing provided
associated Recirculation Fan is deactivated.
◙ PLACARD
Placard near Recirculation Fans pushbutton – RECIRC – DO NOT USE or Placard near Recirculation
Fans pushbutton – RECIRC INOPERATIVE, as applicable.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)


For remarks and exception II:
To deactivate affected Recirculation Fan and MFD Environmental control system synoptic page
recirculation fan indication, Refer to AMM TASK 21-24-01-040-801-A.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)
None.

24-04 Recirculation System B 1 0 I - (O) May be inoperative or missing provided:


Smoke Detector 1) Recirculation Fans (RECIRC) remain
◙ ◘ selected off,
2) Both Air Conditioning Packs are operating
normally, and
3) Live animals are not carried in the forward
cargo compartment.
B 1 0 II - (O) May be inoperative or missing provided:
1) Recirculation Fans (RECIRC) remain
selected off,
2) One Air Conditioning Pack is operating
normally, and
3) Live animals are not carried in the forward
cargo compartment.
◙ PLACARD
Placard near Recirculation Fans pushbutton – RECIRC – DO NOT USE.
◘ Dispatch/Flight Planning Office shall be notified.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)


None.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)
For remarks and exceptions I and II:
Recirculation Fans (RECIRC) button is selected OFF.
Check that applicable EICAS Caution messages PACK 1 (2) FAIL are not present on the EICAS
when both Air Conditioning Packs are required operative or only one message is displayed when
dispatching with one Air Conditioning Pack operative.
NOTE: - RECIRC SMK DET FAIL Caution EICAS message may be displayed on the EICAS.
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4. REMARKS AND/OR EXCEPTIONS

25-01 Emergency Ram Air Valve C 1 0 (M) (O) May be inoperative provided:
◙ ◘ 1) Air Conditioning Pack 01 remains
selected off,
2) Valve is secured open,
3) Flight is conducted at or below FL 310, and
4) Airplane is not dispatched from AEP.
◙ PLACARD
Placard Air Conditioning/Pneumatic Panel – EMERG RAM AIR VLV INOPERATIVE.
Placard near Air Conditioning Pack 1 pushbutton – PACK 1 – DO NOT USE.
◘ Dispatch/Flight Planning Office shall be notified. Maximum altitude for flight planning will be
affected.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)
To secure Ram Air Valve open refer to AMM TASK 21-25-01-040-801-A.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)
Cockpit and passenger cabin zones are supplied by the remaining pack. Temperature control on
both zones is only adjusted through:
- PAX CABIN selector knob, when Air Conditioning Pack 1 is off; or
- CKPT selector knob, when Air Conditioning Pack 2 is off.
In order to improve cabin temperature control, the following procedures are recommended:
- Keep the operative temperature selector knob at 12 o'clock position on ground;
- Between temperature selection changes, wait 10 minutes for temperature system
stabilization;
- Keep the operative temperature selector knob between 12 and 2 o'clock position during
climb;
- During cruise make slight temperature changes as required, respecting the 10 minutes
interval between selections;
- During descent, increase the temperature of the operative selecting knob between 2 and
4 o'clock position to compensate the reduced airflow to the cabin.
NOTE: AMS Controller – Dual Zone Auto Biasing Logic: If the temperature in one zone goes out of
the range from 18 to 30°C, the pack automatically takes over control in both zones to
maintain the temperature in the entire passenger cabin within limits. In this case, the
temperature in healthy zone (18-30°C) may undergo some variations until the unhealthy
zone temperature is put back between limits.
Monitor cabin temperature and, if necessary, make slight adjustments, respecting the 10 minutes
interval among them for system stabilization.
For a single Air Conditioning Pack operation, proceed as follows:
For single pack operations, up to 5 LB of dry-ice may be carried on Forward Cargo Compartment.
NOTE: The ENG REF ECS DISAG Caution EICAS message must not be displayed.
 For operations using APU as pneumatic air source:
APU............................................................................ START
BLEED APU Button....................................................... PUSHED IN
REF ECS on T/O DATA SET on MCDU............................ OFF
With REF ECS set to OFF and APU serviceable, the remaining Air Conditioning Pack will be
supplied by the APU bleed until reaching 500 ft AGL (All Engines Operative - AEO) or 9700
ft MSL (One Engine Inoperative - OEI). After that, Engine Bleed resumes operation to the Air
Conditioning Pack.
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25-01 Emergency Ram Air Valve - Continued from the previous page.
In case of icing conditions, the operative Air Conditioning Pack will be supplied by the Engine
Bleed, closing automatically during the takeoff run and commanded to open at 500 ft AGL
(AEO) or 9700 ft MSL (OEI).

When APU Bleed is no longer necessary:


APU ............................................................................ OFF

 For operations no using APU:


Before Takeoff:
Operative Engine Bleed(s) .......................................... PUSHED IN
REF ECS on T/O DATA SET on MCDU ........................ OFF

25-03 Emergency Ram Air Check C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative open provided:
Valve 1) Air Conditioning Pack 02 remains selected
◙ ◘ off,
2) Flight is conducted at or below FL 310, and
3) Airplane is not dispatched from AEP.
◙ PLACARD
Placard Air Conditioning/Pneumatic Panel – EMERG RAM AIR CHK VLV INOPERATIVE.
Placard near Air Conditioning Pack 2 pushbutton – PACK 2 – DO NOT USE.
◘ Dispatch/Flight Planning Office shall be notified. Maximum altitude for flight planning will be
affected.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)
None.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)
Cockpit and passenger cabin zones are supplied by the remaining pack. Temperature control on
both zones is only adjusted through:
- PAX CABIN selector knob, when Air Conditioning Pack 1 is off; or
- CKPT selector knob, when Air Conditioning Pack 2 is off.
In order to improve cabin temperature control, the following procedures are recommended:
- Keep the operative temperature selector knob at 12 o'clock position on ground;
- Between temperature selection changes, wait 10 minutes for temperature system stabilization;
- Keep the operative temperature selector knob between 12 and 2 o'clock position during climb;
- During cruise make slight temperature changes as required, respecting the 10 minutes interval
between selections;
- During descent, increase the temperature of the operative selecting knob between 2 and 4
o'clock position to compensate the reduced airflow to the cabin.
NOTE: AMS Controller – Dual Zone Auto Biasing Logic: If the temperature in one zone goes out of
the range from 18°C to 30°C, the pack automatically takes over control in both zones to
maintain the temperature in the entire passenger cabin within limits. In this case, the
temperature in healthy zone (18-30°C) may undergo some variations until the unhealthy
zone temperature is put back between limits.
Monitor cabin temperature and, if necessary, make slight adjustments, respecting the 10 minutes
interval among them for system stabilization.
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4. REMARKS AND/OR EXCEPTIONS

25-03 Emergency Ram Air Check Valve - Continued from the previous page.
For a single Air Conditioning Pack operation, proceed as follows:
For single pack operations, up to 5 LB of dry-ice may be carried on Forward Cargo Compartment.
NOTE: The ENG REF ECS DISAG Caution EICAS message must not be displayed.
 For operations using APU as pneumatic air source:
APU............................................................................ START
BLEED APU Button....................................................... PUSHED IN
REF ECS on T/O DATA SET on MCDU............................ OFF
NOTE: With REF ECS set to OFF and APU serviceable, the remaining Air Conditioning Pack will be
supplied by the APU bleed until reaching 500 ft AGL (All Engines Operative - AEO) or 9700
ft MSL (One Engine Inoperative - OEI). After that, Engine Bleed resumes operation to the Air
Conditioning Pack.
In case of icing conditions, the operative Air Conditioning Pack will be supplied by the
Engine Bleed, closing automatically during the takeoff run and commanded to open at 500
ft AGL (AEO) or 9700 ft MSL (OEI).

When APU Bleed is no longer necessary:


APU ............................................................................ OFF

 For operations not using APU:


Before Takeoff:
Operative Engine Bleed(s) .......................................... PUSHED IN
REF ECS on T/O DATA SET on MCDU ........................ OFF

25-06 Ram Air Inlet Door Reserved.

26-08 Aft Electronic Bay Reserved.


Ventilation System

27-01 Forward Cargo C 1 0 (M) May be inoperative provided:


Compartment Fan 1) Fan is deactivated, and
◙ ◘ 2) Live animals are not carried in the cargo
compartment.
◙ PLACARD
Placard AIR COND/PNEUMATIC Control Panel – FWD CRG COMPT FAN INOPERATIVE.
◘ Dispatch/Flight Planning Office shall be notified.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)
To deactivate Forward Cargo Compartment Fan, refer to AMM TASK 21-27-01-040-801-A.
CAUTION: DO NOT CARRY DRY-ICE INTO FORWARD CARGO COMPARTMENT WITH
VENTILATION SYSTEM, OR ITS PARTS, INOPERATIVE.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)


None.
NOTE: The CRG FWD VENT FAIL Caution EICAS message may be displayed during ground
operations. The message extinguishes when the airplane is airborne.
CAUTION: DO NOT CARRY DRY-ICE INTO FORWARD CARGO COMPARTMENT WITH
VENTILATION SYSTEM, OR ITS PARTS, INOPERATIVE.
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27-03 Forward Cargo C 1 0 I - (M) May be inoperative closed provided:


Compartment Check Valve 1) Fan is deactivated, and
◙ ◘ 2) Live animals are not carried in the
forward cargo compartment.
C 1 0 II - (O) May be inoperative open provided
associated compartment remains empty, or
is verified to contain only empty cargo
handling equipment, ballast (ballast may be
loaded in ULDs), and /or Fly Away Kits.
◙ PLACARD
Placard AIR COND/PNEUMATIC Control Panel – FWD CRG COMPT CHK VLV INOPERATIVE.
◘ Dispatch/Flight Planning Office shall be notified.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)
For remarks and exceptions I:
To deactivate Forward Cargo Compartment Fan, refer to AMM TASK 21-27-01-040-801-A.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)
For remarks and exceptions II:
The forward cargo compartment can be loaded only with ballast or empty cargo handling
equipment. The flight dispatcher must inform the flight crew and the load agent of cargo
restrictions.
NOTE: The CRG FWD VENT FAIL Caution EICAS message may be displayed during ground
operations. The message extinguishes when the airplane is airborne.
CAUTION: DO NOT CARRY DRY-ICE INTO FORWARD CARGO COMPARTMENT WITH
VENTILATION SYSTEM, OR ITS PARTS, INOPERATIVE.

27-04 Forward Cargo C 1 0 I - (M) May be inoperative provided:


Compartment Shutoff 1) Valve is secured closed,
Valve 2) Fan is deactivated, and
◙ ◘ 3) Live animals are not carried in the
forward cargo compartment.
C 1 0 II - (O) May be inoperative open provided
associated compartment remains empty, or
is verified to contain only empty cargo
handling equipment, ballast (ballast may be
loaded in ULDs), and /or Fly Away Kits.
◙ PLACARD
Placard AIR COND/PNEUMATIC Control Panel – FWD CRG COMPT SHUTOFF VLV INOPERATIVE.
◘ Dispatch/Flight Planning Office shall be notified.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)


For remarks and exceptions I:
To secure Forward Cargo Compartment Shutoff Valve closed and deactivate Forward Cargo
Compartment Fan, refer to AMM TASK 21-27-04-040-801-A.

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27-04 Forward Cargo Compartment Shutoff Valve - Continued from the previous page.
NOTE: - When the Forward Cargo Compartment Shutoff Valve is secured closed and Forward Cargo
compartment Fan is deactivated, the synoptic page will display a green circle, a green line
and an amber cross on both the valve and fan indications due to IBIT detection of the
failure.
- The logic of the synoptic page considers the command and not the valve position. The
Forward Cargo Compartment Shutoff Valve remains closed even if the valve position
changes in the synoptic page.
CAUTION: DO NOT CARRY DRY-ICE INTO FORWARD CARGO COMPARTMENT WITH
VENTILATION SYSTEM, OR ITS PARTS, INOPERATIVE.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)
For remarks and exceptions II:
The forward cargo compartment can be loaded only with ballast or empty cargo handling
equipment. The flight dispatcher must inform the flight crew and the load agent of cargo
restrictions.
NOTE: The CRG FWD VENT FAIL Caution EICAS message may be displayed during ground
operations. The message extinguishes when the airplane is airborne.
CAUTION: DO NOT CARRY DRY-ICE INTO FORWARD CARGO COMPARTMENT WITH
VENTILATION SYSTEM, OR ITS PARTS, INOPERATIVE.

27-09 Aft Baggage Compartment Reserved.


Shutoff Valves

28-02 In-Flight Entertainment


System (IFE)

1) Ventilation Fan C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided IFE is used in-
flight only.
2) Airflow Switch C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided IFE is used in-
flight only.
◙ PLACARD
Placard near IFE Pushbutton on the PC POWER/IFE Control Panel located in the Control Pedestal –
DO NOT USE IFE ON GROUND.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)
None.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)
For remarks and exceptions of sub-items 1) and 2):
IFE Rack Pushbutton is selected OFF on ground.

28-03 In-Flight Entertainment C 1 0 (M) (O) May be inoperative provided:


System (IFE) 1) Affected valve is secured closed, and
Ground-Shutoff-Valve 2) IFE is used in-flight only.

◙ PLACARD
Placard near IFE Pushbutton on the PC POWER/IFE Control Panel located in the Control Pedestal –
DO NOT USE IFE ON GROUND.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)
To deactivate the IFE Ground Shut-off Valve, refer to AMM TASK 21-28-03-040-801-A.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)
IFE Rack Pushbutton is selected OFF on ground.
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28-04 In-Flight Entertainment C 1 0 (M) May be inoperative provided:


System (IFE) 1) Affected valve is secured closed, and
Vent-Shutoff-Valve 2) IFE is deactivated.

◙ PLACARD
Placard near IFE Pushbutton on the PC POWER/IFE Control Panel located in the Control Pedestal –
DO NOT USE IFE.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)
To deactivate the IFE Vent Shut-off Valve, refer to AMM TASK 21-28-04-040-801-A.
To deactivate the IFE System, select IFE Rack pushbutton OFF.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)
None.

28-08 Chiller Ventilation System Reserved.

28-09 Chiller Reserved.


Ground-Shutoff-Valve

28-10 Chiller Reserved.


Vent-Shutoff-Valve

28-12 Chiller Maintenance Panel Reserved.

29-02 Low Pressure Ground C 2 1 I – (O) May be inoperative open provided:


Connection Check Valves 1) Associated Air Conditioning Pack remains
◙ ◘ selected off,
2) Flight is conducted at or below FL 310, and
3) Airplane is not dispatched from AEP.
C 2 0 II - (O) May be inoperative open provided:
1) Both Air Conditioning Packs remain selected
off,
2) Flight is conducted in an unpressurized
configuration,
3) Reserved, and
4) Airplane is not dispatched from AEP.
C 2 0 III - May be inoperative closed.
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29-02 Low Pressure Ground Connection Check Valves - Continued from the previous page.
◙ PLACARD
Placard near affected Air Conditioning Pack pushbutton – PACK 1 – INOPERATIVE – DO NOT USE
and/or
PACK 2 – INOPERATIVE – DO NOT USE, as applicable.
◘ Dispatch/Flight Planning Office shall be notified. Maximum altitude for flight planning may be
affected.
DECREE (PEN) 671/94 “FLIGHT CREW MAXIMUM TIME FOR SERVICE, FLIGHT AND MINIMUM TIME FOR REST”
ARTICLE N°10: IF THE AIRCRAFT AUTOPILOT SYSTEM AND/OR THE RADAR AND/OR THE CABIN
PRESSURIZATION SYSTEM IS NOT AVAILABLE WHEN FLIGHT STARTS, THE MAXIMUM FLIGHT TIME,
FOR A 24 HOURS PERIOD, WILL BE REDUCED AS FOLLOW:
a) AIRCRAFT AUTOPILOT SYSTEM AND/OR METEOROLOGICAL RADAR: (15%) FIFTEEN PERCENT.
b) AIRCRAFT CABIN PRESSURIZATION SYSTEM: (10%) TEN PERCENT.
c) FOR ITEM a) IN CONJUNCTION WITH b) THE LIMITATION WILL BE THE SUM OF THE RESPECTIVE
PERCENTAGES.
NOTE: ITEM a) IS ONLY APPLICABLE FOR FLIGHT CREW.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)
None.
NOTE: The Low Pressure Ground Connection is unavailable.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)
For remarks and exceptions I:
Cockpit and passenger cabin zones are supplied by the remaining pack. Temperature control on
both zones is only adjusted through:
- PAX CABIN selector knob, when Air Conditioning Pack 1 is off; or
- CKPT selector knob, when Air Conditioning Pack 2 is off.
In order to improve cabin temperature control, the following procedures are recommended:
- Keep the operative temperature selector knob at 12 o'clock position on ground;
- Between temperature selection changes, wait 10 minutes for temperature system stabilization;
- Keep the operative temperature selector knob between 12 and 2 o'clock position during climb;
- During cruise make slight temperature changes as required, respecting the 10 minutes interval
between selections;
- During descent, increase the temperature of the operative selecting knob between 2 and 4
o'clock position to compensate the reduced airflow to the cabin.
NOTE: AMS Controller – Dual Zone Auto Biasing Logic: If the temperature in one zone goes out of
the range from 18°C to 30°C, the pack automatically takes over control in both zones to
maintain the temperature in the entire passenger cabin within limits. In this case, the
temperature in healthy zone (18-30°C) may undergo some variations until the unhealthy
zone temperature is put back between limits.
Monitor cabin temperature and, if necessary, make slight adjustments, respecting the 10 minutes
interval among them for system stabilization.

For a single Air Conditioning Pack operation, proceed as follows:


For single pack operations, up to 5 LB of dry-ice may be carried on Forward Cargo Compartment.
NOTE: The ENG REF ECS DISAG Caution EICAS message must not be displayed.
 For operations using APU as pneumatic air source:
APU............................................................................ START
BLEED APU Button....................................................... PUSHED IN
REF ECS on T/O DATA SET on MCDU............................ OFF
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4. REMARKS AND/OR EXCEPTIONS

29-02 Low Pressure Ground Connection Check Valves - Continued from the previous page.
NOTE: With REF ECS set to OFF and APU serviceable, the remaining Air Conditioning Pack will be
supplied by the APU bleed until reaching 500 ft AGL (All Engines Operative - AEO) or 9700
ft MSL (One Engine Inoperative - OEI). After that, Engine Bleed resumes operation to the Air
Conditioning Pack.
In case of icing conditions, the operative Air Conditioning Pack will be supplied by the
Engine Bleed, closing automatically during the takeoff run and commanded to open at 500
ft AGL (AEO) or 9700 ft MSL (OEI).

When APU Bleed is no longer necessary:


APU ............................................................................ OFF

 For operations not using APU:


Before Takeoff:
Operative Engine Bleed(s) ......................................... PUSHED IN
REF ECS on T/O DATA SET on MCDU ....................... OFF

For remarks and exceptions II:


For Unpressurized Flights with Air Conditioning Packs inoperative, refer to AOM section 3-68.
NOTE: In-Flight Entertainment (IFE) System must be deactivated for unpressurized flights.
NOTE: With both Air Conditioning Packs OFF, select ECS OFF on the TRS Takeoff Data Set page
for takeoff.
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31-01 Cabin Pressure Control


System (CPCS) Controller
Channels
◙ ◘
1) Automatic Mode C 2 1 I - One may be inoperative provided PRESN
MAN FAIL Caution message is not displayed on
EICAS.
C 2 0 II - (O) May be inoperative provided:
1) Outflow Valve is verified open,
2) Extended overwater flight is prohibited,
3) Flight is conducted in an unpressurized
configuration,
4) Reserved,
5) Reserved, and
6) Airplane is not dispatched from AEP.
2) Manual Mode C 2 0 I - May be inoperative provided:
1) Automatic Mode on both channels operates
normally, and
2) Extended overwater flight is prohibited.
C 2 0 II - (O) May be inoperative provided:
1) Outflow Valve Indication on MFD operates
normally,
2) Outflow Valve is verified open,
3) Extended overwater flight is prohibited,
4) Flight is conducted in an unpressurized
configuration,
5) Reserved,
6) Reserved, and
7) Airplane is not dispatched from AEP.
C 2 0 III - (M)(O) May be inoperative provided:
1) Outflow Valve is removed,
2) Extended overwater flight is prohibited,
3) Flight is conducted in an unpressurized
configuration,
4) Reserved.
5) Reserved, and
6) Airplane is not dispatched from AEP.
◙ PLACARD
Placard Air Conditioning/Pneumatic Panel – CPCS 1 (2) CHANNEL(S) AUTO (MAN) INOPERATIVE.
◘ Dispatch/Flight Planning Office shall be notified. Maximum altitude for flight planning may be
affected.
DECREE (PEN) 671/94 “FLIGHT CREW MAXIMUM TIME FOR SERVICE, FLIGHT AND MINIMUM TIME FOR REST”
ARTICLE N°10: IF THE AIRCRAFT AUTOPILOT SYSTEM AND/OR THE RADAR AND/OR THE CABIN
PRESSURIZATION SYSTEM IS NOT AVAILABLE WHEN FLIGHT STARTS, THE MAXIMUM FLIGHT TIME,
FOR A 24 HOURS PERIOD, WILL BE REDUCED AS FOLLOW:
a) AIRCRAFT AUTOPILOT SYSTEM AND/OR METEOROLOGICAL RADAR: (15%) FIFTEEN PERCENT.
b) AIRCRAFT CABIN PRESSURIZATION SYSTEM: (10%) TEN PERCENT.
c) FOR ITEM a) IN CONJUNCTION WITH b) THE LIMITATION WILL BE THE SUM OF THE RESPECTIVE
PERCENTAGES.
NOTE: ITEM a) IS ONLY APPLICABLE FOR FLIGHT CREW.
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31-01 Cabin Pressure Control System CPCS Controller Channels - Continued from the previous
page.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)
For remarks and exceptions 2) III:
To remove Outflow Valve, refer to AMM TASK 21-31-02-000-801-A.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)
For remarks and exceptions 1) II and 2) II:
To position and verify Outflow Valve open:
 Select Pressurization Selector Knob to MAN;
 Select Cabin Altitude Selector Knob to UP until Outflow Valve is verified OPEN on ECS
Synoptic Page on MFD;
 If Outflow Valve Indication is inoperative, hold Cabin Altitude Selector Knob to UP for 60
seconds.
Unpressurized Flights with Air Conditioning Packs operative:
 Limit flight altitude to 10000 ft if carrying passengers. For flights without passenger, altitude
may be greater than 10000 ft provided crew uses oxygen (Refer to appropriate regulations).
 If possible, maintain climb and descent rates to a maximum of 500 ft/min in order to improve
comfort.
 Except for ditching, keep Outflow Valve open. If Outflow Valve may not be moved or is
inoperative, extended overwater flights are prohibited.
 Observe maximum cabin differential pressure of 0.2 psi for takeoff and landing. If necessary,
use only one Air Conditioning Pack during these phases.
NOTE: In-Flight Entertainment (IFE) System must be deactivated for unpressurized flights.

For remarks and exceptions 2) III:


Unpressurized Flights with Air Conditioning Packs operative:
 Limit flight altitude to 10000 ft if carrying passengers. For flights without passenger, altitude
may be greater than 10000 ft provided crew uses oxygen (Refer to appropriate regulations).
 If possible, maintain climb and descent rates to a maximum of 500 ft/min in order to improve
comfort.
 Except for ditching, keep Outflow Valve open. If Outflow Valve may not be moved or is
inoperative, extended overwater flights are prohibited.
 Observe maximum cabin differential pressure of 0.2 psi for takeoff and landing. If necessary,
use only one Air Conditioning Pack during these phases.
NOTE: In-Flight Entertainment (IFE) System must be deactivated for unpressurized flights.

31-02 Outflow Valve C 1 0 I - (O) May be inoperative provided:


◙ ◘ 1) Outflow Valve Indication on MFD operates
normally,
2) Outflow Valve is verified open,
3) Extended overwater flight is prohibited,
4) Flight is conducted in an unpressurized
configuration,
5) Reserved.
6) Reserved, and
7) Airplane is not dispatched from AEP.
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31-02 Outflow Valve - Continued from the previous page.

C 1 0 II - (M)(O) May be inoperative provided:


1) Outflow Valve is removed,
2) Extended overwater flight is prohibited,
3) Flight is conducted in an unpressurized
configuration,
4) Reserved,
5) Reserved, and
6) Airplane is not dispatched from AEP.
◙ PLACARD
Placard Air Conditioning/Pneumatic Panel – OUT FLOW VLV INOPERATIVE.
◘ Dispatch/Flight Planning Office shall be notified. Maximum altitude for flight planning will be
affected.
DECREE (PEN) 671/94 “FLIGHT CREW MAXIMUM TIME FOR SERVICE, FLIGHT AND MINIMUM TIME FOR REST”
ARTICLE N°10: IF THE AIRCRAFT AUTOPILOT SYSTEM AND/OR THE RADAR AND/OR THE CABIN
PRESSURIZATION SYSTEM IS NOT AVAILABLE WHEN FLIGHT STARTS, THE MAXIMUM FLIGHT TIME,
FOR A 24 HOURS PERIOD, WILL BE REDUCED AS FOLLOW:
a) AIRCRAFT AUTOPILOT SYSTEM AND/OR METEOROLOGICAL RADAR: (15%) FIFTEEN PERCENT.
b) AIRCRAFT CABIN PRESSURIZATION SYSTEM: (10%) TEN PERCENT.
c) FOR ITEM a) IN CONJUNCTION WITH b) THE LIMITATION WILL BE THE SUM OF THE RESPECTIVE
PERCENTAGES.
NOTE: ITEM a) IS ONLY APPLICABLE FOR FLIGHT CREW.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)
For remarks and exceptions II:
To remove Outflow Valve, refer to AMM TASK 21-31-02-000-801-A.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)
For remarks and exceptions I:
To position and verify Outflow Valve open:
 Select Pressurization Selector Knob to MAN;
 Select Cabin Altitude Selector Knob to UP until Outflow Valve is verified OPEN on ECS
Synoptic Page on MFD;
 If Outflow Valve Indication is inoperative, hold Cabin Altitude Selector Knob to UP for 60
seconds.
Unpressurized Flights with Air Conditioning Packs operative:
 Limit flight altitude to 10000 ft if carrying passengers. For flights without passenger, altitude
may be greater than 10000 ft provided crew uses oxygen (Refer to appropriate regulations).
 If possible, maintain climb and descent rates to a maximum of 500 ft/min in order to improve
comfort.
 Except for ditching, keep Outflow Valve open. If Outflow Valve may not be moved or is
inoperative, extended overwater flights are prohibited.
 Observe maximum cabin differential pressure of 0.2 psi for takeoff and landing. If necessary,
use only one Air Conditioning Pack during these phases.
 NOTE: In-Flight Entertainment (IFE) System must be deactivated for unpressurized flights.
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31-02 Outflow Valve - Continued from the previous page.


For remarks and exceptions II:
Unpressurized Flights with Air Conditioning Packs operative:
 Limit flight altitude to 10000 ft if carrying passengers. For flights without passenger, altitude
may be greater than 10000 ft provided crew uses oxygen (Refer to appropriate regulations).
 If possible, maintain climb and descent rates to a maximum of 500 ft/min in order to improve
comfort.
 Except for ditching, keep Outflow Valve open. If Outflow Valve may not be moved or is
inoperative, extended overwater flights are prohibited.
 Observe maximum cabin differential pressure of 0.2 psi for takeoff and landing. If necessary,
use only one Air Conditioning Pack during these phases.
NOTE: In-Flight Entertainment (IFE) System must be deactivated for unpressurized flights.

31-05 Outflow Valve Indication C 2 0


on MFD

◙ PLACARD
Placard above MFD displays – OFV IND INOPERATIVE.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)
None.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)
None.
NOTE: Number installed refers to one indication on LH MFD ECS Synoptic Page and one indication
on RH MFD ECS Synoptic Page.

31-07 Cabin Rate of Climb C 1 0 I - May be inoperative provided Automatic Mode


Indication on EICAS on both channels operates normally.
◙◘
C 1 0 II - (O) May be inoperative provided:
1) Outflow Valve is verified open,
2) Extended overwater flight is prohibited,
3) Flight is conducted in an unpressurized
configuration,
4) Reserved,
5) Reserved, and
6) Airplane is not dispatched from AEP.
C 1 0 III - (M) (O) May be inoperative provided:
1) Outflow Valve is removed,
2) Extended overwater flight is prohibited,
3) Flight is conducted in an unpressurized
configuration,
4) Reserved,
5) Reserved, and
6) Airplane is not dispatched from AEP.
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4. REMARKS AND/OR EXCEPTIONS

31-07 Cabin Rate of Climb Indication on EICAS - Continued from the previous page.
◙ PLACARD
Placard below EICAS display – CABIN ROC IND INOPERATIVE.
◘ Dispatch/Flight Planning Office shall be notified. Maximum altitude for flight planning may be
affected.
DECREE (PEN) 671/94 “FLIGHT CREW MAXIMUM TIME FOR SERVICE, FLIGHT AND MINIMUM TIME FOR REST”
ARTICLE N°10: IF THE AIRCRAFT AUTOPILOT SYSTEM AND/OR THE RADAR AND/OR THE CABIN
PRESSURIZATION SYSTEM IS NOT AVAILABLE WHEN FLIGHT STARTS, THE MAXIMUM FLIGHT TIME,
FOR A 24 HOURS PERIOD, WILL BE REDUCED AS FOLLOW:
a) AIRCRAFT AUTOPILOT SYSTEM AND/OR METEOROLOGICAL RADAR: (15%) FIFTEEN PERCENT.
b) AIRCRAFT CABIN PRESSURIZATION SYSTEM: (10%) TEN PERCENT.
c) FOR ITEM a) IN CONJUNCTION WITH b) THE LIMITATION WILL BE THE SUM OF THE RESPECTIVE
PERCENTAGES.
NOTE: ITEM a) IS ONLY APPLICABLE FOR FLIGHT CREW.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)
For remarks and exceptions III:
To remove Outflow Valve, refer to AMM TASK 21-31-02-000-801-A.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)
For remarks and exceptions II:
To position and verify Outflow Valve open:
 Select Pressurization Selector Knob to MAN;
 Select Cabin Altitude Selector Knob to UP until Outflow Valve is verified OPEN on ECS
Synoptic Page on MFD;
 If Outflow Valve Indication is inoperative, hold Cabin Altitude Selector Knob to UP for 60
seconds.
Unpressurized Flights with Air Conditioning Packs operative:
 Limit flight altitude to 10000 ft if carrying passengers. For flights without passenger, altitude
may be greater than 10000 ft provided crew uses oxygen (Refer to appropriate regulations).
 If possible, maintain climb and descent rates to a maximum of 500 ft/min in order to improve
comfort.
 Except for ditching, keep Outflow Valve open. If Outflow Valve may not be moved or is
inoperative, extended overwater flights are prohibited.
 Observe maximum cabin differential pressure of 0.2 psi for takeoff and landing. If necessary,
use only one Air Conditioning Pack during these phases.
NOTE: In-Flight Entertainment (IFE) System must be deactivated for unpressurized flights.
For remarks and exceptions III:
Unpressurized Flights with Air Conditioning Packs operative:
 Limit flight altitude to 10000 ft if carrying passengers. For flights without passenger, altitude
may be greater than 10000 ft provided crew uses oxygen (Refer to appropriate regulations).
 If possible, maintain climb and descent rates to a maximum of 500 ft/min in order to improve
comfort.
 Except for ditching, keep Outflow Valve open. If Outflow Valve may not be moved or is
inoperative, extended overwater flights are prohibited.
 Observe maximum cabin differential pressure of 0.2 psi for takeoff and landing. If necessary,
use only one Air Conditioning Pack during these phases.
NOTE: In-Flight Entertainment (IFE) System must be deactivated for unpressurized flights.
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31-09 Cabin Differential Pressure C 1 0 I - (O) May be inoperative provided:


Indication on EICAS 1) Cabin Altitude Indication operates normally,
◙ ◘ and
2) A table is available to convert Cabin Altitude
to Cabin Differential Pressure.
C 1 0 II - (O) May be inoperative provided:
1) Outflow Valve is verified open,
2) Extended overwater flight is prohibited,
3) Flight is conducted in an unpressurized
configuration,
4) Reserved,
5) Reserved, and
6) Airplane is not dispatched from AEP.
C 1 0 III - (M)(O) May be inoperative provided:
1) Outflow Valve is removed,
2) Extended overwater flight is prohibited,
3) Flight is conducted in an unpressurized
configuration,
4) Reserved,
5) Reserved, and
6) Airplane is not dispatched from AEP.
◙ PLACARD
Placard below EICAS display – CABIN DELTA P IND INOPERATIVE.
◘ Dispatch/Flight Planning Office shall be notified. Maximum altitude for flight planning may be
affected.
DECREE (PEN) 671/94 “FLIGHT CREW MAXIMUM TIME FOR SERVICE, FLIGHT AND MINIMUM TIME FOR REST”
ARTICLE N°10: IF THE AIRCRAFT AUTOPILOT SYSTEM AND/OR THE RADAR AND/OR THE CABIN
PRESSURIZATION SYSTEM IS NOT AVAILABLE WHEN FLIGHT STARTS, THE MAXIMUM FLIGHT TIME,
FOR A 24 HOURS PERIOD, WILL BE REDUCED AS FOLLOW:
a) AIRCRAFT AUTOPILOT SYSTEM AND/OR METEOROLOGICAL RADAR: (15%) FIFTEEN PERCENT.
b) AIRCRAFT CABIN PRESSURIZATION SYSTEM: (10%) TEN PERCENT.
c) FOR ITEM a) IN CONJUNCTION WITH b) THE LIMITATION WILL BE THE SUM OF THE RESPECTIVE
PERCENTAGES.
NOTE: ITEM a) IS ONLY APPLICABLE FOR FLIGHT CREW.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)


For remarks and exceptions III:
To remove Outflow Valve, refer to AMM TASK 21-31-02-000-801-A.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)


For remarks and exceptions I:
For first dispatch condition, operate the Cabin Pressure Control System in Manual Mode.
For a table to convert Cabin Altitude to Cabin Differential Pressure refer to Quick Reference
Handbook (QRH), LOSS OF PRESSURIZATION INDICATION Procedure.
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4. REMARKS AND/OR EXCEPTIONS

31-09 Cabin Differential Pressure Indication on EICAS - Continued from the previous page.
For remarks and exceptions II:
To position and verify Outflow Valve open:
 Select Pressurization Selector Knob to MAN;
 Select Cabin Altitude Selector Knob to UP until Outflow Valve is verified OPEN on ECS
Synoptic Page on MFD;
 If Outflow Valve Indication is inoperative, hold Cabin Altitude Selector Knob to UP for 60
seconds.
Unpressurized Flights with Air Conditioning Packs operative:
 Limit flight altitude to 10000 ft if carrying passengers. For flights without passenger, altitude
may be greater than 10000 ft provided crew uses oxygen (Refer to appropriate regulations).
 If possible, maintain climb and descent rates to a maximum of 500 ft/min in order to improve
comfort.
 Except for ditching, keep Outflow Valve open. If Outflow Valve may not be moved or is
inoperative, extended overwater flights are prohibited.
 Observe maximum cabin differential pressure of 0.2 psi for takeoff and landing. If necessary,
use only one Air Conditioning Pack during these phases.
NOTE: In-Flight Entertainment (IFE) System must be deactivated for unpressurized flights.

For remarks and exceptions III:


Unpressurized Flights with Air Conditioning Packs operative:
 Limit flight altitude to 10000 ft if carrying passengers. For flights without passenger, altitude
may be greater than 10000 ft provided crew uses oxy gen (Refer to appropriate regulations).
 If possible, maintain climb and descent rates to a maximum of 500 ft/min in order to improve
comfort.
 Except for ditching, keep Outflow Valve open. If Outflow Valve may not be moved or is
inoperative, extended overwater flights are prohibited.
 Observe maximum cabin differential pressure of 0.2 psi for takeoff and landing. If necessary,
use only one Air Conditioning Pack during these phases.
NOTE: In-Flight Entertainment (IFE) System must be deactivated for unpressurized flights.
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31-11 Cabin Altitude Indication C 1 0 I - (O) May be inoperative provided:


on EICAS 1) Cabin Differential Pressure Indication operates
◙ ◘ normally, and
2) A table is available to convert Cabin
Differential Pressure to Cabin Altitude.
C 1 0 II - (O) May be inoperative provided:
1) Outflow Valve is verified open,
2) Extended overwater flight is prohibited,
3) Flight is conducted in an unpressurized
configuration,
4) Reserved,
5) Reserved, and
6) Airplane is not dispatched from AEP.
C 1 0 III - (M) (O) May be inoperative provided:
1) Outflow Valve is removed,
2) Extended overwater flight is prohibited,
3) Flight is conducted in an unpressurized
configuration
4) Reserved,
5) Reserved, and
6) Airplane is not dispatched from AEP.
◙ PLACARD
Placard below EICAS display – CABIN ALT IND INOPERATIVE.
◘ Dispatch/Flight Planning Office shall be notified. Maximum altitude for flight planning may be
affected.
DECREE (PEN) 671/94 “FLIGHT CREW MAXIMUM TIME FOR SERVICE, FLIGHT AND MINIMUM TIME FOR REST”
ARTICLE N°10: IF THE AIRCRAFT AUTOPILOT SYSTEM AND/OR THE RADAR AND/OR THE CABIN
PRESSURIZATION SYSTEM IS NOT AVAILABLE WHEN FLIGHT STARTS, THE MAXIMUM FLIGHT TIME,
FOR A 24 HOURS PERIOD, WILL BE REDUCED AS FOLLOW:
a) AIRCRAFT AUTOPILOT SYSTEM AND/OR METEOROLOGICAL RADAR: (15%) FIFTEEN PERCENT.
b) AIRCRAFT CABIN PRESSURIZATION SYSTEM: (10%) TEN PERCENT.
c) FOR ITEM a) IN CONJUNCTION WITH b) THE LIMITATION WILL BE THE SUM OF THE RESPECTIVE
PERCENTAGES.
NOTE: ITEM a) IS ONLY APPLICABLE FOR FLIGHT CREW.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)


For remarks and exceptions III:
To remove Outflow Valve, refer to AMM TASK 21-31-02-000-801-A

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)


For remarks and exceptions I:
For first dispatch condition, operate the Cabin Pressure Control System in Manual Mode.
For a table to convert Cabin Altitude to Cabin Differential Pressure refer to Quick Reference
Handbook (QRH), LOSS OF PRESSURIZATION INDICATION Procedure.

(Continued on the next page)


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4. REMARKS AND/OR EXCEPTIONS

31-11 Cabin Altitude Indication on EICAS - Continued from the previous page.
For remarks and exceptions II:
To position and verify Outflow Valve open:
 Select Pressurization Selector Knob to MAN;
 Select Cabin Altitude Selector Knob to UP until Outflow Valve is verified OPEN on ECS
Synoptic Page on MFD;
 If Outflow Valve Indication is inoperative, hold Cabin Altitude Selector Knob to UP for 60
seconds.
Unpressurized Flights with Air Conditioning Packs operative:
 Limit flight altitude to 10000 ft if carrying passengers. For flights without passenger, altitude
may be greater than 10000 ft provided crew uses oxygen (Refer to appropriate regulations).
 If possible, maintain climb and descent rates to a maximum of 500 ft/min in order to improve
comfort.
 Except for ditching, keep Outflow Valve open. If Outflow Valve may not be moved or is
inoperative, extended overwater flights are prohibited.
 Observe maximum cabin differential pressure of 0.2 psi for takeoff and landing. If necessary,
use only one Air Conditioning Pack during these phases.
NOTE: In-Flight Entertainment (IFE) System must be deactivated for unpressurized flights.
For remarks and exceptions III:
Unpressurized Flights with Air Conditioning Packs operative:
 Limit flight altitude to 10000 ft if carrying passengers. For flights without passenger, altitude
may be greater than 10000 ft provided crew uses oxygen (Refer to appropriate regulations).
 If possible, maintain climb and descent rates to a maximum of 500 ft/min in order to improve
comfort.
 Except for ditching, keep Outflow Valve open. If Outflow Valve may not be moved or is
inoperative, extended overwater flights are prohibited.
 Observe maximum cabin differential pressure of 0.2 psi for takeoff and landing. If necessary,
use only one Air Conditioning Pack during these phases.
NOTE: In-Flight Entertainment (IFE) System must be deactivated for unpressurized flights.

31-13 Landing Field Elevation C 1 0 I - (O) May be inoperative provided:


(LFE) Indication on EICAS 1) Outflow Valve is verified open,
◙ ◘ 2) Extended overwater flight is prohibited,
3) Flight is conducted in an unpressurized
configuration,
4) Reserved,
5) Reserved, and
6) Airplane is not dispatched from AEP.
C 1 0 II - (M) (O) May be inoperative provided:
1) Outflow Valve is removed,
2) Extended overwater flight is prohibited,
3) Flight is conducted in an unpressurized
configuration,
4) Reserved,
5) Reserved, and
6) Airplane is not dispatched from AEP.
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4. REMARKS AND/OR EXCEPTIONS

31-13 Landing Field Elevation (LFE) Indication on EICAS - Continued from the previous page.
◙ PLACARD
Placard below EICAS display – LAND FIELD ELEV IND INOPERATIVE.
◘ Dispatch/Flight Planning Office shall be notified. Maximum altitude for flight planning will be
affected.
DECREE (PEN) 671/94 “FLIGHT CREW MAXIMUM TIME FOR SERVICE, FLIGHT AND MINIMUM TIME FOR REST”
ARTICLE N°10: IF THE AIRCRAFT AUTOPILOT SYSTEM AND/OR THE RADAR AND/OR THE CABIN
PRESSURIZATION SYSTEM IS NOT AVAILABLE WHEN FLIGHT STARTS, THE MAXIMUM FLIGHT TIME,
FOR A 24 HOURS PERIOD, WILL BE REDUCED AS FOLLOW:
a) AIRCRAFT AUTOPILOT SYSTEM AND/OR METEOROLOGICAL RADAR: (15%) FIFTEEN PERCENT.
b) AIRCRAFT CABIN PRESSURIZATION SYSTEM: (10%) TEN PERCENT.
c) FOR ITEM a) IN CONJUNCTION WITH b) THE LIMITATION WILL BE THE SUM OF THE RESPECTIVE
PERCENTAGES.
NOTE: ITEM a) IS ONLY APPLICABLE FOR FLIGHT CREW.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)


For remarks and exceptions II:
To remove Outflow Valve, refer to AMM TASK 21-31-02-000-801-A

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)


For remarks and exceptions I:
To position and verify Outflow Valve open:
 Select Pressurization Selector Knob to MAN;
 Select Cabin Altitude Selector Knob to UP until Outflow Valve is verified OPEN on ECS
Synoptic Page on MFD;
 If Outflow Valve Indication is inoperative, hold Cabin Altitude Selector Knob to UP for 60
seconds.
Unpressurized Flights with Air Conditioning Packs operative:
 Limit flight altitude to 10000 ft if carrying passengers. For flights without passenger, altitude
may be greater than 10000 ft provided crew uses oxygen (Refer to appropriate regulations).
 If possible, maintain climb and descent rates to a maximum of 500 ft/min in order to improve
comfort.
 Except for ditching, keep Outflow Valve open. If Outflow Valve may not be moved or is
inoperative, extended overwater flights are prohibited.
 Observe maximum cabin differential pressure of 0.2 psi for takeoff and landing. If necessary,
use only one Air Conditioning Pack during these phases.
NOTE: In-Flight Entertainment (IFE) System must be deactivated for unpressurized flights.

For remarks and exceptions II:


Unpressurized Flights with Air Conditioning Packs operative:
 Limit flight altitude to 10000 ft if carrying passengers. For flights without passenger, altitude
may be greater than 10000 ft provided crew uses oxygen (Refer to appropriate regulations).
 If possible, maintain climb and descent rates to a maximum of 500 ft/min in order to improve
comfort.
 Except for ditching, keep Outflow Valve open. If Outflow Valve may not be moved or is
inoperative, extended overwater flights are prohibited.
 Observe maximum cabin differential pressure of 0.2 psi for takeoff and landing. If necessary,
use only one Air Conditioning Pack during these phases.
NOTE: In-Flight Entertainment (IFE) System must be deactivated for unpressurized flights.
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4. REMARKS AND/OR EXCEPTIONS

32-01 Positive Pressure Relief C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided:


Valve (Including Static 1) Outflow Valve is verified open,
Port and Tubing) 2) Extended overwater flight is prohibited,
◙ ◘ 3) Flight is conducted in an unpressurized
configuration,
4) Reserved,
5) Reserved, and
6) Airplane is not dispatched from AEP.
◙ PLACARD
Placard Air Conditioning/Pneumatic Panel – POSITIVE PRESSURE RELIEF VLV INOPERATIVE.
◘ Dispatch/Flight Planning Office shall be notified. Maximum altitude for flight planning will be
affected.
DECREE (PEN) 671/94 “FLIGHT CREW MAXIMUM TIME FOR SERVICE, FLIGHT AND MINIMUM TIME FOR REST”
ARTICLE N°10: IF THE AIRCRAFT AUTOPILOT SYSTEM AND/OR THE RADAR AND/OR THE CABIN
PRESSURIZATION SYSTEM IS NOT AVAILABLE WHEN FLIGHT STARTS, THE MAXIMUM FLIGHT TIME,
FOR A 24 HOURS PERIOD, WILL BE REDUCED AS FOLLOW:
a) AIRCRAFT AUTOPILOT SYSTEM AND/OR METEOROLOGICAL RADAR: (15%) FIFTEEN PERCENT.
b) AIRCRAFT CABIN PRESSURIZATION SYSTEM: (10%) TEN PERCENT.
c) FOR ITEM a) IN CONJUNCTION WITH b) THE LIMITATION WILL BE THE SUM OF THE RESPECTIVE
PERCENTAGES.
NOTE: ITEM a) IS ONLY APPLICABLE FOR FLIGHT CREW.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)
None.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)
To position and verify Outflow Valve open:
 Select Pressurization Selector Knob to MAN;
 Select Cabin Altitude Selector Knob to UP until Outflow Valve is verified OPEN on ECS
Synoptic Page on MFD;
 If Outflow Valve Indication is inoperative, hold Cabin Altitude Selector Knob to UP for 60
seconds.
Unpressurized Flights with Air Conditioning Packs operative:
 Limit flight altitude to 10000 ft if carrying passengers. For flights without passenger, altitude
may be greater than 10000 ft provided crew uses oxygen (Refer to appropriate regulations).
 If possible, maintain climb and descent rates to a maximum of 500 ft/min in order to improve
comfort.
 Except for ditching, keep Outflow Valve open. If Outflow Valve may not be moved or is
inoperative, extended overwater flights are prohibited.
 Observe maximum cabin differential pressure of 0.2 psi for takeoff and landing. If necessary,
use only one Air Conditioning Pack during these phases.

NOTE: In-Flight Entertainment (IFE) System must be deactivated for unpressurized flights.
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4. REMARKS AND/OR EXCEPTIONS

32-04 Negative Pressure Relief C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided:


Valve 1) Outflow Valve is verified open,
◙ ◘ 2) Extended overwater flight is prohibited,
3) Flight is conducted in an unpressurized
configuration,
4) Reserved,
5) Reserved, and
6) Airplane is not dispatched from AEP.
◙ PLACARD
Placard Air Conditioning/Pneumatic Panel – NEGATIVE PRESSURE RELIEF VLV INOPERATIVE.
◘ Dispatch/Flight Planning Office shall be notified. Maximum altitude for flight planning will be
affected.
DECREE (PEN) 671/94 “FLIGHT CREW MAXIMUM TIME FOR SERVICE, FLIGHT AND MINIMUM TIME FOR REST”
ARTICLE N°10: IF THE AIRCRAFT AUTOPILOT SYSTEM AND/OR THE RADAR AND/OR THE CABIN
PRESSURIZATION SYSTEM IS NOT AVAILABLE WHEN FLIGHT STARTS, THE MAXIMUM FLIGHT TIME,
FOR A 24 HOURS PERIOD, WILL BE REDUCED AS FOLLOW:
a) AIRCRAFT AUTOPILOT SYSTEM AND/OR METEOROLOGICAL RADAR: (15%) FIFTEEN PERCENT.
b) AIRCRAFT CABIN PRESSURIZATION SYSTEM: (10%) TEN PERCENT.
c) FOR ITEM a) IN CONJUNCTION WITH b) THE LIMITATION WILL BE THE SUM OF THE RESPECTIVE
PERCENTAGES.
NOTE: ITEM a) IS ONLY APPLICABLE FOR FLIGHT CREW.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)
None.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)
To position and verify Outflow Valve open:
 Select Pressurization Selector Knob to MAN;
 Select Cabin Altitude Selector Knob to UP until Outflow Valve is verified OPEN on ECS
Synoptic Page on MFD;
 If Outflow Valve Indication is inoperative, hold Cabin Altitude Selector Knob to UP for 60
seconds.
Unpressurized Flights with Air Conditioning Packs operative:
 Limit flight altitude to 10000 ft if carrying passengers. For flights without passenger, altitude
may be greater than 10000 ft provided crew uses oxygen (Refer to appropriate regulations).
 If possible, maintain climb and descent rates to a maximum of 500 ft/min in order to improve
comfort.
 Except for ditching, keep Outflow Valve open. If Outflow Valve may not be moved or is
inoperative, extended overwater flights are prohibited.
 Observe maximum cabin differential pressure of 0.2 psi for takeoff and landing. If necessary,
use only one Air Conditioning Pack during these phases.

NOTE: In-Flight Entertainment (IFE) System must be deactivated for unpressurized flights.
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4. REMARKS AND/OR EXCEPTIONS

32-14 Positive Pressure Relief C 2 0


Valve Indication on MFD

◙ PLACARD
Placard above MFD displays – POSITIVE PRESSURE RELIEF VLV IND INOPERATIVE.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)


None.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)
None.
NOTE: Number installed refers to one indication on LH MFD ECS Synoptic Page and one indication
on RH MFD ECS Synoptic Page.

41-00 Heated Floor Panel System Reserved.

51-00 Air Conditioning Packs C 2 1 I - (O) One may be inoperative provided:


◙ ◘ 1) Associated Air Conditioning Pack remains
selected off,
2) Reserved,
3) Flight is conducted at or below FL 310, and
4) Airplane is not dispatched from AEP.
C 2 0 II - (O) May be inoperative provided:
1) Both Air Conditioning Packs remain selected
off,
2) Flight is conducted in an unpressurized
configuration,
3) Reserved.
5) Reserved, and
6) Airplane is not dispatched from AEP.
◙ PLACARD
Placard near affected Air Conditioning Pack pushbutton – PACK 1 – INOPERATIVE – DO NOT USE
and/or PACK 2 – INOPERATIVE – DO NOT USE.
◘ Dispatch/Flight Planning Office shall be notified. Maximum altitude for flight planning will be
affected.
DECREE (PEN) 671/94 “FLIGHT CREW MAXIMUM TIME FOR SERVICE, FLIGHT AND MINIMUM TIME FOR REST”
ARTICLE N°10: IF THE AIRCRAFT AUTOPILOT SYSTEM AND/OR THE RADAR AND/OR THE CABIN
PRESSURIZATION SYSTEM IS NOT AVAILABLE WHEN FLIGHT STARTS, THE MAXIMUM FLIGHT TIME,
FOR A 24 HOURS PERIOD, WILL BE REDUCED AS FOLLOW:
a) AIRCRAFT AUTOPILOT SYSTEM AND/OR METEOROLOGICAL RADAR: (15%) FIFTEEN PERCENT.
b) AIRCRAFT CABIN PRESSURIZATION SYSTEM: (10%) TEN PERCENT.
c) FOR ITEM a) IN CONJUNCTION WITH b) THE LIMITATION WILL BE THE SUM OF THE RESPECTIVE
PERCENTAGES.
NOTE: ITEM a) IS ONLY APPLICABLE FOR FLIGHT CREW.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)
None.
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ITEM 3. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH


4. REMARKS AND/OR EXCEPTIONS

51-00 Air Conditioning Packs - Continued from the previous page.


OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)
For remarks and exceptions I:
Cockpit and passenger cabin zones are supplied by the remaining pack. Temperature control on
both zones is only adjusted through:
- PAX CABIN selector knob, when Air Conditioning Pack 1 is off; or
- CKPT selector knob, when Air Conditioning Pack 2 is off.
In order to improve cabin temperature control, the following procedures are recommended:
- Keep the operative temperature selector knob at 12 o'clock position on ground;
- Between temperature selection changes, wait 10 minutes for temperature system
stabilization;
- Keep the operative temperature selector knob between 12 and 2 o'clock position during
climb;
- During cruise make slight temperature changes as required, respecting the 10 minutes
interval between selections;
- During descent, increase the temperature of the operative selecting knob between 2 and
4 o'clock position to compensate the reduced airflow to the cabin.
NOTE: AMS Controller – Dual Zone Auto Biasing Logic: If the temperature in one zone goes out of
the range from 18 to 30°C, the pack automatically takes over control in both zones to
maintain the temperature in the entire passenger cabin within limits. In this case, the
temperature in healthy zone (18-30°C) may undergo some variations until the unhealthy
zone temperature is put back between limits.
Monitor cabin temperature and, if necessary, make slight adjustments, respecting the 10 minutes
interval among them for system stabilization.
For a single Air Conditioning Pack operation, proceed as follows:
For single pack operations, up to 5 LB of dry-ice may be carried on Forward Cargo Compartment.
NOTE: The ENG REF ECS DISAG Caution EICAS message must not be displayed.
 For operations using APU as pneumatic air source:
APU............................................................................ START
BLEED APU Button....................................................... PUSHED IN
REF ECS on T/O DATA SET on MCDU............................ OFF
NOTE: With REF ECS set to OFF and APU serviceable, the remaining Air Conditioning Pack will be
supplied by the APU bleed until reaching 500 ft AGL (All Engines Operative - AEO) or 9700
ft MSL (One Engine Inoperative - OEI). After that, Engine Bleed resumes operation to the Air
Conditioning Pack.
In case of icing conditions, the operative Air Conditioning Pack will be supplied by the
Engine Bleed, closing automatically during the takeoff run and commanded to open at 500
ft AGL (AEO) or 9700 ft MSL (OEI).

When APU Bleed is no longer necessary:


APU ............................................................................ OFF

 For operations not using APU:


Before Takeoff:
Operative Engine Bleed(s) .......................................... PUSHED IN
REF ECS on T/O DATA SET on MCDU ........................ OFF

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1. REPAIR INTERVAL 2. NUMBER INSTALLED

ITEM 3. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH


4. REMARKS AND/OR EXCEPTIONS

51-00 Air Conditioning Packs - Continued from the previous page.


For remarks and exceptions II:
For Unpressurized Flights with Air Conditioning Packs inoperative, refer to AOM section 3-68.
NOTE: In-Flight Entertainment (IFE) System must be deactivated for unpressurized flights.
NOTE: With both Air Conditioning Packs OFF, select ECS OFF on the TRS Takeoff Data Set page
for takeoff.

51-01 Pack Flow Control Valves C 2 1 I - (M) (O) One may be inoperative provided:
◙ ◘ 1) Affected valve is secured closed,
2) Associated Air Conditioning Pack remains
selected off,
3) Flight is conducted at or below FL 310, and
4) Airplane is not dispatched from AEP.
C 2 1 II - (O) May be inoperative provided:
1) Affected valve is verified closed,
2) Associated Air Conditioning Pack remains
selected off,
3) Flight is conducted at or below FL 310, and
4) Airplane is not dispatched from AEP.
C 2 0 III - (M)(O) May be inoperative provided:
1) Affected valve is secured closed,
2) Both Air Conditioning Packs remain selected
off,
3) Flight is conducted in an unpressurized
configuration,
4) Reserved, and
5) Airplane is not dispatched from AEP.
◙ PLACARD
Placard Air Conditioning/Pneumatic Panel – PACK FLOW CTRL VLV 1 (2) INOPERATIVE.
Placard near associated Air Conditioning Pack pushbutton – PACK 1 – DO NOT USE and/or
PACK 2 – DO NOT USE, as applicable.
◘ Dispatch/Flight Planning Office shall be notified. Maximum altitude for flight planning will be
affected.
DECREE (PEN) 671/94 “FLIGHT CREW MAXIMUM TIME FOR SERVICE, FLIGHT AND MINIMUM TIME FOR REST”
ARTICLE N°10: IF THE AIRCRAFT AUTOPILOT SYSTEM AND/OR THE RADAR AND/OR THE CABIN
PRESSURIZATION SYSTEM IS NOT AVAILABLE WHEN FLIGHT STARTS, THE MAXIMUM FLIGHT TIME,
FOR A 24 HOURS PERIOD, WILL BE REDUCED AS FOLLOW:
a) AIRCRAFT AUTOPILOT SYSTEM AND/OR METEOROLOGICAL RADAR: (15%) FIFTEEN PERCENT.
b) AIRCRAFT CABIN PRESSURIZATION SYSTEM: (10%) TEN PERCENT.
c) FOR ITEM a) IN CONJUNCTION WITH b) THE LIMITATION WILL BE THE SUM OF THE RESPECTIVE
PERCENTAGES.
NOTE: ITEM a) IS ONLY APPLICABLE FOR FLIGHT CREW.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)
For remarks and exceptions I and III:
To secure the Pack Flow Control Valve(s) closed, refer to AMM TASK 21-51-01-040-801-A.
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ITEM 3. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH


4. REMARKS AND/OR EXCEPTIONS

51-01 Pack Flow Control Valves - Continued from the previous page.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)
For remarks and exceptions I:
Cockpit and passenger cabin zones are supplied by the remaining pack. Temperature control on
both zones is only adjusted through:
- PAX CABIN selector knob, when Air Conditioning Pack 1 is off; or
- CKPT selector knob, when Air Conditioning Pack 2 is off.
In order to improve cabin temperature control, the following procedures are recommended:
- Keep the operative temperature selector knob at 12 o'clock position on ground;
- Between temperature selection changes, wait 10 minutes for temperature system
stabilization;
- Keep the operative temperature selector knob between 12 and 2 o'clock position during
climb;
- During cruise make slight temperature changes as required, respecting the 10 minutes
interval between selections;
- During descent, increase the temperature of the operative selecting knob between 2 and
4 o'clock position to compensate the reduced airflow to the cabin.
NOTE: AMS Controller – Dual Zone Auto Biasing Logic: If the temperature in one zone goes out of
the range from 18 to 30°C, the pack automatically takes over control in both zones to
maintain the temperature in the entire passenger cabin within limits. In this case, the
temperature in healthy zone (18-30°C) may undergo some variations until the unhealthy
zone temperature is put back between limits
Monitor cabin temperature and, if necessary, make slight adjustments, respecting the 10 minutes
interval among them for system stabilization.
For a single Air Conditioning Pack operation, proceed as follows:
For single pack operations, up to 5 LB of dry-ice may be carried on Forward Cargo Compartment.
NOTE: The ENG REF ECS DISAG Caution EICAS message must not be displayed.
 For operations using APU as pneumatic air source:
APU............................................................................ START
BLEED APU Button........................................................ PUSHED IN
REF ECS on T/O DATA SET on MCDU............................. OFF
NOTE: With REF ECS set to OFF and APU serviceable, the remaining Air Conditioning Pack will be
supplied by the APU bleed until reaching 500 ft AGL (All Engines Operative - AEO) or 9700
ft MSL (One Engine Inoperative - OEI). After that, Engine Bleed resumes operation to the Air
Conditioning Pack.
In case of icing conditions, the operative Air Conditioning Pack will be supplied by the
Engine Bleed, closing automatically during the takeoff run and commanded to open at 500
ft AGL (AEO) or 9700 ft MSL (OEI).
When APU Bleed is no longer necessary:
APU ............................................................................ OFF
 For operations not using APU:
Before Takeoff:
Operative Engine Bleed(s) ............................................... PUSHED IN
REF ECS on T/O DATA SET on MCDU ............................. OFF

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4. REMARKS AND/OR EXCEPTIONS

51-01 Pack Flow Control Valves - Continued from the previous page.
For remarks and exceptions II:
To verify the associated Flow Control Valve (FCV) closed position on the MFD ECS Page, access
the page and verify that the FCV has a white circle and a white line perpendicular to the flow line.

Cockpit and passenger cabin zones are supplied by the remaining pack. Temperature control on
both zones is only adjusted through:
- PAX CABIN selector knob, when Air Conditioning Pack 1 is off; or
- CKPT selector knob, when Air Conditioning Pack 2 is off.
In order to improve cabin temperature control, the following procedures are recommended:
- Keep the operative temperature selector knob at 12 o'clock position on ground;
- Between temperature selection changes, wait 10 minutes for temperature system
stabilization;
- Keep the operative temperature selector knob between 12 and 2 o'clock position during
climb;
- During cruise make slight temperature changes as required, respecting the 10 minutes
interval between selections;
- During descent, increase the temperature of the operative selecting knob between 2 and
4 o'clock position to compensate the reduced airflow to the cabin.
NOTE: AMS Controller – Dual Zone Auto Biasing Logic: If the temperature in one zone goes out of
the range from 18 to 30°C, the pack automatically takes over control in both zones to
maintain the temperature in the entire passenger cabin within limits. In this case, the
temperature in healthy zone (18-30°C) may undergo some variations until the unhealthy
zone temperature is put back between limits
Monitor cabin temperature and, if necessary, make slight adjustments, respecting the 10 minutes
interval among them for system stabilization.
For a single Air Conditioning Pack operation, proceed as follows:
For single pack operations, up to 5 LB of dry-ice may be carried on Forward Cargo Compartment.
NOTE: The ENG REF ECS DISAG Caution EICAS message must not be displayed.
 For operations using APU as pneumatic air source:
APU............................................................................ START
BLEED APU Button........................................................ PUSHED IN
REF ECS on T/O DATA SET on MCDU............................. OFF
NOTE: With REF ECS set to OFF and APU serviceable, the remaining Air Conditioning Pack will be
supplied by the APU bleed until reaching 500 ft AGL (All Engines Operative - AEO) or 9700
ft MSL (One Engine Inoperative - OEI). After that, Engine Bleed resumes operation to the Air
Conditioning Pack.
In case of icing conditions, the operative Air Conditioning Pack will be supplied by the
Engine Bleed, closing automatically during the takeoff run and commanded to open at 500
ft AGL (AEO) or 9700 ft MSL (OEI).
When APU Bleed is no longer necessary:
APU ............................................................................ OFF
 For operations not using APU:
Before Takeoff:
Operative Engine Bleed(s) ............................................... PUSHED IN
REF ECS on T/O DATA SET on MCDU ............................. OFF

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1. REPAIR INTERVAL 2. NUMBER INSTALLED

ITEM 3. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH


4. REMARKS AND/OR EXCEPTIONS

51-01 Pack Flow Control Valves - Continued from the previous page.
For remarks and exceptions III:
For Unpressurized Flights with Air Conditioning Packs inoperative, refer to AOM section 3-68.
NOTE: In-Flight Entertainment (IFE) System must be deactivated for unpressurized flights.
NOTE: With both Air Conditioning Packs OFF, select ECS OFF on the TRS Takeoff Data Set page
for takeoff.

51-02 Flow Sensing Venturis C 2 1 I - (O) One may be inoperative provided:


◙ ◘ 1) Associated Air Conditioning Pack remains
selected off,
2) Flight is conducted at or below FL 310, and
3) Airplane is not dispatched from AEP.
C 2 0 II - (O) May be inoperative provided:
1) Both Air Conditioning Packs remain selected
off,
2) Flight is conducted in an unpressurized
configuration,
3) Reserved, and
4) Airplane is not dispatched from AEP.
◙ PLACARD
Placard Air Conditioning/Pneumatic Panel – PACK FLOW SENS VENTURI 1 (2) INOPERATIVE.
Placard near associated Air Conditioning Pack pushbutton – PACK 1 – DO NOT USE and/or
PACK 2 – DO NOT USE, as applicable.
◘ Dispatch/Flight Planning Office shall be notified. Maximum altitude for flight planning will be
affected.
DECREE (PEN) 671/94 “FLIGHT CREW MAXIMUM TIME FOR SERVICE, FLIGHT AND MINIMUM TIME FOR REST”
ARTICLE N°10: IF THE AIRCRAFT AUTOPILOT SYSTEM AND/OR THE RADAR AND/OR THE CABIN
PRESSURIZATION SYSTEM IS NOT AVAILABLE WHEN FLIGHT STARTS, THE MAXIMUM FLIGHT TIME,
FOR A 24 HOURS PERIOD, WILL BE REDUCED AS FOLLOW:
a) AIRCRAFT AUTOPILOT SYSTEM AND/OR METEOROLOGICAL RADAR: (15%) FIFTEEN PERCENT.
b) AIRCRAFT CABIN PRESSURIZATION SYSTEM: (10%) TEN PERCENT.
c) FOR ITEM a) IN CONJUNCTION WITH b) THE LIMITATION WILL BE THE SUM OF THE RESPECTIVE
PERCENTAGES.
NOTE: ITEM a) IS ONLY APPLICABLE FOR FLIGHT CREW.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)
None.
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1. REPAIR INTERVAL 2. NUMBER INSTALLED

ITEM 3. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH


4. REMARKS AND/OR EXCEPTIONS

51-02 Flow Sensing Venturis - Continued from the previous page.


OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)
For remarks and exceptions I:
Cockpit and passenger cabin zones are supplied by the remaining pack. Temperature control on
both zones is only adjusted through:
- PAX CABIN selector knob, when Air Conditioning Pack 1 is off; or
- CKPT selector knob, when Air Conditioning Pack 2 is off.
In order to improve cabin temperature control, the following procedures are recommended:
- Keep the operative temperature selector knob at 12 o'clock position on ground;
- Between temperature selection changes, wait 10 minutes for temperature system
stabilization;
- Keep the operative temperature selector knob between 12 and 2 o'clock position during
climb;
- During cruise make slight temperature changes as required, respecting the 10 minutes
interval between selections;
- During descent, increase the temperature of the operative selecting knob between 2 and
4 o'clock position to compensate the reduced airflow to the cabin.
NOTE: AMS Controller – Dual Zone Auto Biasing Logic: If the temperature in one zone goes out of
the range from 18 to 30°C, the pack automatically takes over control in both zones to
maintain the temperature in the entire passenger cabin within limits. In this case, the
temperature in healthy zone (18-30°C) may undergo some variations until the unhealthy
zone temperature is put back between limits
Monitor cabin temperature and, if necessary, make slight adjustments, respecting the 10 minutes
interval among them for system stabilization.
For a single Air Conditioning Pack operation, proceed as follows:
For single pack operations, up to 5 LB of dry-ice may be carried on Forward Cargo Compartment.
NOTE: The ENG REF ECS DISAG Caution EICAS message must not be displayed.
 For operations using APU as pneumatic air source:
APU............................................................................ START
BLEED APU Button........................................................ PUSHED IN
REF ECS on T/O DATA SET on MCDU............................. OFF
NOTE: With REF ECS set to OFF and APU serviceable, the remaining Air Conditioning Pack will be
supplied by the APU bleed until reaching 500 ft AGL (All Engines Operative - AEO) or 9700
ft MSL (One Engine Inoperative - OEI). After that, Engine Bleed resumes operation to the Air
Conditioning Pack.
In case of icing conditions, the operative Air Conditioning Pack will be supplied by the
Engine Bleed, closing automatically during the takeoff run and commanded to open at 500
ft AGL (AEO) or 9700 ft MSL (OEI).
When APU Bleed is no longer necessary:
APU ............................................................................ OFF
 For operations not using APU:
Before Takeoff:
Operative Engine Bleed(s) ............................................... PUSHED IN
REF ECS on T/O DATA SET on MCDU ............................. OFF

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1. REPAIR INTERVAL 2. NUMBER INSTALLED

ITEM 3. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH


4. REMARKS AND/OR EXCEPTIONS

51-02 Flow Sensing Venturis - Continued from the previous page.


For remarks and exceptions II:
For Unpressurized Flights with Air Conditioning Packs inoperative, refer to AOM section 3-68.
NOTE: In-Flight Entertainment (IFE) System must be deactivated for unpressurized flights.
NOTE: With both Air Conditioning Packs OFF, select ECS OFF on the TRS Takeoff Data Set page
for takeoff.

51-08 Water Spray Nozzles C 2 1 I - (O) One may be inoperative provided:


◙ ◘ 1) Associated Air Conditioning Pack remains
selected off,
2) Flight is conducted at or below FL 310, and
3) Airplane is not dispatched from AEP.
C 2 0 II - (M) May be inoperative provided affected
Spray Nozzle is removed.
C 2 0 III - (O) One may be inoperative provided:
1) Both Air Conditioning Packs remain selected
off,
2) Flight is conducted in an unpressurized
configuration,
3) Reserved, and
4) Airplane is not dispatched from AEP.
◙ PLACARD
Placard Air Conditioning/Pneumatic Panel – PACK WATER SPRAY 1 (2) INOPERATIVE.
Placard near associated Air Conditioning Pack pushbutton – PACK 1 – DO NOT USE and/or
PACK 2 – DO NOT USE, as applicable.
◘ Dispatch/Flight Planning Office shall be notified. Maximum altitude for flight planning will be
affected.
DECREE (PEN) 671/94 “FLIGHT CREW MAXIMUM TIME FOR SERVICE, FLIGHT AND MINIMUM TIME FOR REST”
ARTICLE N°10: IF THE AIRCRAFT AUTOPILOT SYSTEM AND/OR THE RADAR AND/OR THE CABIN
PRESSURIZATION SYSTEM IS NOT AVAILABLE WHEN FLIGHT STARTS, THE MAXIMUM FLIGHT TIME,
FOR A 24 HOURS PERIOD, WILL BE REDUCED AS FOLLOW:
a) AIRCRAFT AUTOPILOT SYSTEM AND/OR METEOROLOGICAL RADAR: (15%) FIFTEEN PERCENT.
b) AIRCRAFT CABIN PRESSURIZATION SYSTEM: (10%) TEN PERCENT.
c) FOR ITEM a) IN CONJUNCTION WITH b) THE LIMITATION WILL BE THE SUM OF THE RESPECTIVE
PERCENTAGES.
NOTE: ITEM a) IS ONLY APPLICABLE FOR FLIGHT CREW.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)


For remarks and exceptions II:
To remove the affected Water Spray Nozzle refer to AMM TASK 21-51-08-040-801-A.

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1. REPAIR INTERVAL 2. NUMBER INSTALLED

ITEM 3. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH


4. REMARKS AND/OR EXCEPTIONS

51-08 Water Spray Nozzles - Continued from the previous page.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)


For remarks and exceptions I:
Cockpit and passenger cabin zones are supplied by the remaining pack. Temperature control on
both zones is only adjusted through:
- PAX CABIN selector knob, when Air Conditioning Pack 1 is off; or
- CKPT selector knob, when Air Conditioning Pack 2 is off.
In order to improve cabin temperature control, the following procedures are recommended:
- Keep the operative temperature selector knob at 12 o'clock position on ground;
- Between temperature selection changes, wait 10 minutes for temperature system
stabilization;
- Keep the operative temperature selector knob between 12 and 2 o'clock position during
climb;
- During cruise make slight temperature changes as required, respecting the 10 minutes
interval between selections;
- During descent, increase the temperature of the operative selecting knob between 2 and
4 o'clock position to compensate the reduced airflow to the cabin.

NOTE: AMS Controller – Dual Zone Auto Biasing Logic: If the temperature in one zone goes out of
the range from 18 to 30°C, the pack automatically takes over control in both zones to
maintain the temperature in the entire passenger cabin within limits. In this case, the
temperature in healthy zone (18-30°C) may undergo some variations until the unhealthy
zone temperature is put back between limits
Monitor cabin temperature and, if necessary, make slight adjustments, respecting the 10 minutes
interval among them for system stabilization.
For a single Air Conditioning Pack operation, proceed as follows:
For single pack operations, up to 5 LB of dry-ice may be carried on Forward Cargo Compartment.
NOTE: The ENG REF ECS DISAG Caution EICAS message must not be displayed.
 For operations using APU as pneumatic air source:
APU............................................................................ START
BLEED APU Button........................................................ PUSHED IN
REF ECS on T/O DATA SET on MCDU............................. OFF
NOTE: With REF ECS set to OFF and APU serviceable, the remaining Air Conditioning Pack will be
supplied by the APU bleed until reaching 500 ft AGL (All Engines Operative - AEO) or 9700
ft MSL (One Engine Inoperative - OEI). After that, Engine Bleed resumes operation to the Air
Conditioning Pack.
In case of icing conditions, the operative Air Conditioning Pack will be supplied by the
Engine Bleed, closing automatically during the takeoff run and commanded to open at 500
ft AGL (AEO) or 9700 ft MSL (OEI).
When APU Bleed is no longer necessary:
APU ............................................................................ OFF
 For operations not using APU:
Before Takeoff:
Operative Engine Bleed(s) ............................................... PUSHED IN
REF ECS on T/O DATA SET on MCDU ............................. OFF

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4. REMARKS AND/OR EXCEPTIONS

51-08 Water Spray Nozzles - Continued from the previous page.

For remarks and exceptions III:


For Unpressurized Flights with Air Conditioning Packs inoperative, refer to AOM section 3-68.
NOTE: In-Flight Entertainment (IFE) System must be deactivated for unpressurized flights.
NOTE: With both Air Conditioning Packs OFF, select ECS OFF on the TRS Takeoff Data Set page
for takeoff.

61-00 Cockpit Zone Temperature C 2 0 I - May be inoperative provided cockpit


Control on Air temperature “ACTUAL” indication operates
Conditioning normally.
/Pneumatic Panel
(Cockpit Temperature
“SET” Indication on MFD
ECS Page)
◙ ◘
C 2 0 II - (O) May be inoperative provided:
1) Air Conditioning Pack 01 is not used,
2) Flight is conducted at or below FL 310, and
3) Airplane is not dispatched from AEP.
◙ PLACARD
Placard near Cockpit Temperature Control knob – CKPT INOPERATIVE.
◘ Dispatch/Flight Planning Office shall be notified. Maximum altitude for flight planning may be
affected.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)
None.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)
For remarks and exceptions II:
Cockpit and passenger cabin zones are supplied by the remaining pack. Temperature control on
both zones is only adjusted through:
- PAX CABIN selector knob, when Air Conditioning Pack 1 is off; or
- CKPT selector knob, when Air Conditioning Pack 2 is off.
In order to improve cabin temperature control, the following procedures are recommended:
- Keep the operative temperature selector knob at 12 o'clock position on ground;
- Between temperature selection changes, wait 10 minutes for temperature system
stabilization;
- Keep the operative temperature selector knob between 12 and 2 o'clock position during
climb;
- During cruise make slight temperature changes as required, respecting the 10 minutes
interval between selections;
- During descent, increase the temperature of the operative selecting knob between 2 and
4 o'clock position to compensate the reduced airflow to the cabin.
NOTE: AMS Controller – Dual Zone Auto Biasing Logic: If the temperature in one zone goes out of
the range from 18 to 30°C, the pack automatically takes over control in both zones to
maintain the temperature in the entire passenger cabin within limits. In this case, the
temperature in healthy zone (18-30°C) may undergo some variations until the unhealthy
zone temperature is put back between limits.
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61-00 Cockpit Zone Temperature Control on Air Conditioning/Pneumatic Panel (Cockpit


Temperature “SET” Indication on MFD ECS Page) - Continued from the previous page.
Monitor cabin temperature and, if necessary, make slight adjustments, respecting the 10 minutes
interval among them for system stabilization.
For a single Air Conditioning Pack operation, proceed as follows:
For single pack operations, up to 5 LB of dry-ice may be carried on Forward Cargo Compartment.
NOTE: The ENG REF ECS DISAG Caution EICAS message must not be displayed.
 For operations using APU as pneumatic air source:
APU............................................................................ START
BLEED APU Button........................................................ PUSHED IN
REF ECS on T/O DATA SET on MCDU............................. OFF
NOTE: With REF ECS set to OFF and APU serviceable, the remaining Air Conditioning Pack will be
supplied by the APU bleed until reaching 500 ft AGL (All Engines Operative - AEO) or 9700
ft MSL (One Engine Inoperative - OEI). After that, Engine Bleed resumes operation to the Air
Conditioning Pack.
In case of icing conditions, the operative Air Conditioning Pack will be supplied by the
Engine Bleed, closing automatically during the takeoff run and commanded to open at 500
ft AGL (AEO) or 9700 ft MSL (OEI).
When APU Bleed is no longer necessary:
APU ............................................................................ OFF
 For operations not using APU:
Before Takeoff:
Operative Engine Bleed(s) ............................................... PUSHED IN
REF ECS on T/O DATA SET on MCDU ............................. OFF

61-01 Cockpit Zone Temperature C 2 0 I - May be inoperative provided cockpit


Sensor (Cockpit temperature “SET” indication operates normally.
Temperature “ACTUAL”
Indication on MFD ECS
Page)
◙ ◘
C 2 0 II - (O) May be inoperative provided:
1) Air Conditioning Pack 01 is not used,
2) Flight is conducted at or below FL 310, and
3) Airplane is not dispatched from AEP.
◙ PLACARD
Placard near Cockpit Temperature Control knob – CKPT TEMP SENSOR INOPERATIVE.
◘ Dispatch/Flight Planning Office shall be notified. Maximum altitude for flight planning may be
affected.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)


None.

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61-01 Cockpit Zone Temperature Sensor (Cockpit Temperature “ACTUAL” Indication on MFD ECS
Page)- Continued from the previous page.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)
For remarks and exceptions II:
Cockpit and passenger cabin zones are supplied by the remaining pack. Temperature control on
both zones is only adjusted through:
- PAX CABIN selector knob, when Air Conditioning Pack 1 is off; or
- CKPT selector knob, when Air Conditioning Pack 2 is off.
In order to improve cabin temperature control, the following procedures are recommended:
- Keep the operative temperature selector knob at 12 o'clock position on ground;
- Between temperature selection changes, wait 10 minutes for temperature system
stabilization;
- Keep the operative temperature selector knob between 12 and 2 o'clock position during
climb;
- During cruise make slight temperature changes as required, respecting the 10 minutes
interval between selections;
- During descent, increase the temperature of the operative selecting knob between 2 and
4 o'clock position to compensate the reduced airflow to the cabin.

NOTE: AMS Controller – Dual Zone Auto Biasing Logic: If the temperature in one zone goes out of
the range from 18 to 30°C, the pack automatically takes over control in both zones to
maintain the temperature in the entire passenger cabin within limits. In this case, the
temperature in healthy zone (18-30°C) may undergo some variations until the unhealthy
zone temperature is put back between limits.
Monitor cabin temperature and, if necessary, make slight adjustments, respecting the 10 minutes
interval among them for system stabilization.
For a single Air Conditioning Pack operation, proceed as follows:
For single pack operations, up to 5 LB of dry-ice may be carried on Forward Cargo Compartment.
NOTE: The ENG REF ECS DISAG Caution EICAS message must not be displayed.
 For operations using APU as pneumatic air source:
APU............................................................................ START
BLEED APU Button........................................................ PUSHED IN
REF ECS on T/O DATA SET on MCDU............................. OFF
NOTE: With REF ECS set to OFF and APU serviceable, the remaining Air Conditioning Pack will be
supplied by the APU bleed until reaching 500 ft AGL (All Engines Operative - AEO) or 9700
ft MSL (One Engine Inoperative - OEI). After that, Engine Bleed resumes operation to the Air
Conditioning Pack.
In case of icing conditions, the operative Air Conditioning Pack will be supplied by the
Engine Bleed, closing automatically during the takeoff run and commanded to open at 500
ft AGL (AEO) or 9700 ft MSL (OEI).
When APU Bleed is no longer necessary:
APU ............................................................................ OFF
 For operations not using APU:
Before Takeoff:
Operative Engine Bleed(s) ............................................... PUSHED IN
REF ECS on T/O DATA SET on MCDU ............................. OFF
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61-05 Cockpit Zone Deleted (Included in MEL items 21-61-00 and


Temperature Indication on 21-61-01).
MFD

62-00 Passenger Cabin Zone


Temperature Control
(Passenger Cabin
Temperature “SET”
Indication on MFD ECS
Page)
◙ ◘
1) Temperature Control C 1 0 I - May be inoperative provided PAX/CABIN
on Air Conditioning/ knob on the AIR COND/PNEUMATIC Panel is set
Pneumatic Panel to ATTND position.
C 1 0 II - (O) May be inoperative provided:
1) Air Conditioning Pack 02 is not used,
2) Flight is conducted at or below FL 310, and
3) Airplane is not dispatched from AEP.
2) Temperature Control C 2 0 I - May be inoperative provided Temperature
on Flight Attendant Control knob on the AIR COND/PNEUMATIC
Panel/CMS Panel is used.
C 2 0 II - (O) May be inoperative provided:
1) Air Conditioning Pack 02 is not used,
2) Flight is conducted at or below FL 310, and
3) Airplane is not dispatched from AEP.
◙ PLACARD
Placard near Air Conditioning/Pneumatic Panel Passenger Cabin Temperature Control knob – PAX
CABIN TEMP CTRL INOPERATIVE, or if applicable, placard near affected Flight Attendant Panel
Passenger Cabin Temperature Control knob – PAX CABIN TEMP CTRL INOPERATIVE.
◘ Dispatch/Flight Planning Office shall be notified. Maximum altitude for flight planning may be
affected.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)


None.

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62-00 Passenger Cabin Zone Temperature Control (Passenger Cabin Temperature “SET” Indication
on MFD ECS Page) Continued from the previous page.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)
For remarks and exceptions for sub-items 1) II and 2) II:
Cockpit and passenger cabin zones are supplied by the remaining pack. Temperature control on
both zones is only adjusted through:
- PAX CABIN selector knob, when Air Conditioning Pack 1 is off; or
- CKPT selector knob, when Air Conditioning Pack 2 is off.
In order to improve cabin temperature control, the following procedures are recommended:
- Keep the operative temperature selector knob at 12 o'clock position on ground;
- Between temperature selection changes, wait 10 minutes for temperature system
stabilization;
- Keep the operative temperature selector knob between 12 and 2 o'clock position during
climb;
- During cruise make slight temperature changes as required, respecting the 10 minutes
interval between selections;
- During descent, increase the temperature of the operative selecting knob between 2 and
4 o'clock position to compensate the reduced airflow to the cabin.

NOTE: AMS Controller – Dual Zone Auto Biasing Logic: If the temperature in one zone goes out of
the range from 18 to 30°C, the pack automatically takes over control in both zones to
maintain the temperature in the entire passenger cabin within limits. In this case, the
temperature in healthy zone (18-30°C) may undergo some variations until the unhealthy
zone temperature is put back between limits
Monitor cabin temperature and, if necessary, make slight adjustments, respecting the 10 minutes
interval among them for system stabilization.
For a single Air Conditioning Pack operation, proceed as follows:
For single pack operations, up to 5 LB of dry-ice may be carried on Forward Cargo Compartment.
NOTE: The ENG REF ECS DISAG Caution EICAS message must not be displayed.
 For operations using APU as pneumatic air source:
APU............................................................................ START
BLEED APU Button........................................................ PUSHED IN
REF ECS on T/O DATA SET on MCDU............................. OFF
NOTE: With REF ECS set to OFF and APU serviceable, the remaining Air Conditioning Pack will be
supplied by the APU bleed until reaching 500 ft AGL (All Engines Operative - AEO) or 9700
ft MSL (One Engine Inoperative - OEI). After that, Engine Bleed resumes operation to the Air
Conditioning Pack.
In case of icing conditions, the operative Air Conditioning Pack will be supplied by the
Engine Bleed, closing automatically during the takeoff run and commanded to open at 500
ft AGL (AEO) or 9700 ft MSL (OEI).
When APU Bleed is no longer necessary:
APU ............................................................................ OFF
 For operations not using APU:
Before Takeoff:
Operative Engine Bleed(s) ............................................... PUSHED IN
REF ECS on T/O DATA SET on MCDU ............................. OFF
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4. REMARKS AND/OR EXCEPTIONS

62-01 Passenger Cabin Zone C 2 0 I - May be inoperative provided passenger cabin


Temperature Sensors temperature “SET” indication operates normally.
(Passenger Cabin
Temperature “ACTUAL”
Indication on MFD ECS
Page)
◙ ◘
C 2 0 II - (O) May be inoperative provided:
1) Air Conditioning Pack 02 is not used,
2) Flight is conducted at or below FL 310, and
3) Airplane is not dispatched from AEP.
◙ PLACARD
Placard near Passenger Cabin Temperature Control knob – PAX CABIN TEMP SENSOR
INOPERATIVE.
◘ Dispatch/Flight Planning Office shall be notified. Maximum altitude for flight planning may be
affected.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)


None.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)


For remarks and exceptions II:
Cockpit and passenger cabin zones are supplied by the remaining pack. Temperature control on
both zones is only adjusted through:
- PAX CABIN selector knob, when Air Conditioning Pack 1 is off; or
- CKPT selector knob, when Air Conditioning Pack 2 is off.
In order to improve cabin temperature control, the following procedures are recommended:
- Keep the operative temperature selector knob at 12 o'clock position on ground;
- Between temperature selection changes, wait 10 minutes for temperature system
stabilization;
- Keep the operative temperature selector knob between 12 and 2 o'clock position during
climb;
- During cruise make slight temperature changes as required, respecting the 10 minutes
interval between selections;
- During descent, increase the temperature of the operative selecting knob between 2 and
4 o'clock position to compensate the reduced airflow to the cabin.

NOTE: AMS Controller – Dual Zone Auto Biasing Logic: If the temperature in one zone goes out of
the range from 18 to 30°C, the pack automatically takes over control in both zones to
maintain the temperature in the entire passenger cabin within limits. In this case, the
temperature in healthy zone (18-30°C) may undergo some variations until the unhealthy
zone temperature is put back between limits.

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62-01 Passenger Cabin Zone Temperature Sensors (Passenger Cabin Temperature “ACTUAL”
Indication on MFD ECS Page) Continued from the previous page.
For a single Air Conditioning Pack operation, proceed as follows:
For single pack operations, up to 5 LB of dry-ice may be carried on Forward Cargo Compartment.
NOTE: The ENG REF ECS DISAG Caution EICAS message must not be displayed.
 For operations using APU as pneumatic air source:
APU............................................................................ START
BLEED APU Button........................................................ PUSHED IN
REF ECS on T/O DATA SET on MCDU............................. OFF
NOTE: With REF ECS set to OFF and APU serviceable, the remaining Air Conditioning Pack will be
supplied by the APU bleed until reaching 500 ft AGL (All Engines Operative - AEO) or 9700
ft MSL (One Engine Inoperative - OEI). After that, Engine Bleed resumes operation to the Air
Conditioning Pack.
In case of icing conditions, the operative Air Conditioning Pack will be supplied by the
Engine Bleed, closing automatically during the takeoff run and commanded to open at 500
ft AGL (AEO) or 9700 ft MSL (OEI).
When APU Bleed is no longer necessary:
APU ............................................................................ OFF
 For operations not using APU:
Before Takeoff:
Operative Engine Bleed(s) ............................................... PUSHED IN
REF ECS on T/O DATA SET on MCDU ............................. OFF

62-04 Passenger Cabin Zone Deleted (Included in MEL items 21-62-00 and
Temperature Indication on 21-62-01).
MFD

62-05 Trim Air Modulating C 2 0 (M) May be inoperative provided affected valve
Valves is secured closed.

◙ PLACARD
Placard Air Conditioning/Pneumatic Panel – TRIM VLV FWD (AFT) INOPERATIVE.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)


To secure affected Trim Air Valve closed refer to AMM TASK 21-62-05-040-801-A.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)


None.
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10-00 Autopilot Channels 22-1


10-01 Autoland 1 22-2
10-02 Autoland 2 22-2
10-12 Mach Trim Channels 22-3
10-14 Yaw Damper Channels 22-3
10-16 Flight Director Channels 22-3
10-20 Takeoff/Go-Around (TO/GA) Buttons 22-4
11-01 Guidance Panel (GP) 22-4
11-02 Autopilot/Flight Director Touch Control Steering (AP/FD TCS) Buttons 22-7
11-03 Autopilot/Flight Director Touch Control Steering (AP/FD TCS) Buttons 22-8
30-00 Autothrottle Channels 22-8
30-12 Autothrottle Disconnect Buttons 22-8
30-15 Electronic Thrust Trim System (ETTS) 22-9
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10-00 Autopilot Channels B 2 1 I - One may be inoperative provided operations


◙ ◘ do not require its use.
B 2 0 II - (M)(O) May be inoperative provided:
1) RVSM Operations are not performed,
2) VNAV / Baro-VNAV Operations are not
conducted through Autopilot,
3) CAT II and CAT IIIA Operations are not
performed, and
4) RNP APCH Operations are not performed.
◙ PLACARD:
Placard near autopilot button on Guidance Panel – AP INOPERATIVE.
◘ Dispatch/Flight Planning Office shall be notified.
DECREE (PEN) 671/94 “FLIGHT CREW MAXIMUM TIME FOR SERVICE, FLIGHT AND MINIMUM TIME FOR REST”
ARTICLE N°10: IF THE AIRCRAFT AUTOPILOT SYSTEM AND/OR THE RADAR AND/OR THE CABIN
PRESSURIZATION SYSTEM IS NOT AVAILABLE WHEN FLIGHT STARTS, THE MAXIMUM FLIGHT TIME,
FOR A 24 HOURS PERIOD, WILL BE REDUCED AS FOLLOW:
a) AIRCRAFT AUTOPILOT SYSTEM AND/OR METEOROLOGICAL RADAR: (15%) FIFTEEN PERCENT.
b) AIRCRAFT CABIN PRESSURIZATION SYSTEM: (10%) TEN PERCENT.
c) FOR ITEM a) IN CONJUNCTION WITH b) THE LIMITATION WILL BE THE SUM OF THE RESPECTIVE
PERCENTAGES.
NOTE: ITEM a) IS ONLY APPLICABLE FOR FLIGHT CREW.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):
For remarks and exceptions II:
When RVSM operations can not be performed, then:
 Record on Aircraft Log Book “No RVSM Operations”,
 Placard “No RVSM” near Master Caution/Master Warning Lights (Both Sides) on the
glareshield, and
 Notify to SOC (System Operation Control) Office by means of a written message.
When VNAV / Baro-VNAV operations are not conducted through Autopilot, then:

 Record on Aircraft Log Book “No VNAV / Baro-VNAV Operations through Autopilot”.
 Placard “No VNAV / Baro-VNAV Operations through A/P” near VNAV pushbutton on the
GP, and
 Notify to SOC (System Operation Control) Office by means of a written message.
When CAT II operations can not be performed, then:
 Record on Aircraft Log Book “NO CAT II operations”.
 Placard “NO CAT II” must be placed in the area near Master Caution/Master Warning Lights
(Both Sides) on the glareshield, and
 Notify the NO CAT II condition to SOC (System Operation Control) Office by means of a
written message.
When RNP APCH operations can not be performed, then:
 Record on Aircraft Log Book “NO RNP APCH operations”.
 Placard “NO RNP APCH” must be placed in the area near Master Caution/Master Warning
Lights (Both Sides) on the glareshield, and
 Notify the NO RNP APCH condition to SOC (System Operation Control) Office by means of
a written message.
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4. REMARKS AND/OR EXCEPTIONS

10-00 Autopilot Channels - Continued from the previous page.


When CAT IIIA operations can not be performed, then:
 Record on Aircraft Log Book “NO CAT IIIA operations”.
 Placard “NO CAT IIIA” must be placed in the area near Master Caution/Master Warning
Lights (Both Sides) on the glareshield, and
 Notify the NO CAT IIIA condition to SOC (System Operation Control) Office by means of a
written message.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):


For remarks and exceptions II:
If unable to comply RVSM operations, flight must be performed below designated RVSM airspace.
NOTE: In case of both Autopilot Channels are inoperative; the VNAV or Baro-VNAV operation could
be performed through Flight Director.
If is it not possible to comply with Baro-VNAV operations, the approach must be performed under
other than Baro-VNAV operations.
If is it not possible to comply with CAT II operations, the landing must be performed under other
than CAT II operations.
If is it not possible to comply with CAT IIIA operations, the landing must be performed under other
than CAT IIIA operations.
If is it not possible to comply with RNP APCH operations, the approach must be performed under
other than RNP APCH operations.

10-01 Autoland 1 1 1 I – Autoland Mode 1 is required to perform CAT


◙ IIIA Operations.
C 1 0 II – (M)(O) May be inoperative provided CAT IIIA
Operations are not performed.
◙ PLACARD:
Placard near autopilot button on the Guidance Panel or where most appropriate – AUTOLAND 1
INOPERATIVE.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):


For remarks and exceptions II:
When CAT IIIA operations can not be performed, then:
 Record on Aircraft Log Book “NO CAT IIIA operations”.
 Placard “NO CAT IIIA” must be placed in the area near Master Caution/Master Warning
Lights (Both Sides) on the glareshield, and
 Notify the NO CAT IIIA condition to SOC (System Operation Control) Office by means of a
written message.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):
For remarks and exceptions II:
If is it not possible to comply with CAT IIIA operations, the landing must be performed under other
than CAT IIIA operations.

10-02 Autoland 2 Reserved.


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10-12 Mach Trim Channels B 2 1



◙ PLACARD:
Placard near autopilot button on the Guidance Panel or where most appropriate – ONE MACH TRIM
CH INOPERATIVE for one channel inoperative.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):


None.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):
None.

10-14 Yaw Damper Channels B 2 1



◙ PLACARD:
Placard yaw damper engagement button on Guidance Panel – ONE YD CH INOPERATIVE for one
channel inoperative.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):


None.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):
None.

10-16 Flight Director Channels B 2 1 (M) (O) One may be inoperative provided
◙ operations do not require its use and CAT II and
CAT IIIA operations are not performed.
NOTE: RNP-1 associated item. See Equipment
Requirements for RNP-1 operation in Annex 4.
◙ PLACARD:
Placard Guidance Panel – ONE FD CH for one channel inoperative.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):
When CAT II operations can not be performed, then:
 Record on Aircraft Log Book “NO CAT II operations”.
 Placard “NO CAT II” must be placed in the area near Master Caution/Master Warning Lights
(Both Sides) on the glareshield, and
 Notify the NO CAT II condition to SOC (System Operation Control) Office by means of a
written message.
When CAT IIIA operations can not be performed, then:
 Record on Aircraft Log Book “NO CAT IIIA operations”.
 Placard “NO CAT IIIA” must be placed in the area near Master Caution/Master Warning
Lights (Both Sides) on the glareshield, and
 Notify the NO CAT IIIA condition to SOC (System Operation Control) Office by means of a
written message.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):
If is it not possible to comply with CAT II operations, the landing must be performed under other
than CAT II conditions.
If is it not possible to comply with CAT IIIA operations, the landing must be performed under other
than CAT IIIA operations.
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10-20 Takeoff/Go-Around C 2 1
(TO/GA) Buttons

◙ PLACARD:
Placard affected button – TO/GA BUTTON INOPERATIVE.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):
None.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):
None.

11-01 Guidance Panel (GP)



1) GP Channels C 2 1 (O) One may be inoperative provided:
1) Associated side TO/GA, AP/TRIM DISC
and AP/FD TCS buttons are considered
inoperative, See MEL items 22-10-20, 22-
11-02 and 22-11-03, and
2) Alternate procedures are used.
2) Flight Director (FD) C 2 0
Buttons
3) Autopilot (AP) Button B 1 0 (M)(O) May be inoperative provided RVSM
Operations are not required, CAT II and CAT IIIA
Operations are not performed and RNP APCH
Operations are not performed.
4) Yaw Damper (YD) C 1 0
Button
5) Source (SRC) Button C 1 0

6) Airspeed to Mach C 1 0
(PUSH IAS/MACH) Change
Button
7) Navigation (NAV) Mode C 1 0 May be inoperative provided operations do not
Button require its use.
8) Heading (HDG) Mode C 1 0 May be inoperative provided operations do not
Button require its use.

9) Approach (APP) Mode C 1 0 I - (M)(O) May be inoperative provided


Button operations do not require its use and CAT II
Operations are not performed.
See Equipment Requirement for CAT II
Operations in Annex 5.
C 1 0 II - (M)(O) May be inoperative provided
operations do not require its use and CAT IIIA
Operations are not performed.
See Equipment Requirement for CAT IIIA
Operations in Annex 7.
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4. REMARKS AND/OR EXCEPTIONS

11-01 Guidance Panel (GP) - Continued from the previous page.


10) Bank Limiter (BANK) C 1 0
Button
11) Heading Selector C 1 0 May be inoperative provided operations do not
(HDG SEL) Knob require its use.
12) Heading C 1 0
Synchronization (PUSH
SYNC) Button
13) Flight Level Change C 1 0 May be inoperative provided operations do not
(FLCH) Mode Button require its use.
14) Vertical Navigation C 1 0 May be inoperative provided operations do not
(VNAV) Mode Button require its use.
15) Altitude Hold (ALT) C 1 0 (M) (O) May be inoperative provided RVSM
Mode Button Operations are not performed.
16) Feet to Meter (PUSH C 1 0 May be inoperative provided operations do not
FT-M) Change Button require its use.
17) Flight Path Angle C 1 0 May be inoperative provided operations do not
(FPA) Mode Button require its use.
18) Flight Path Angle C 1 0 May be inoperative provided operations do not
Selector (FPA SEL) Knob require its use.
19) Vertical Speed (VS) C 1 0 May be inoperative provided operations do not
Mode Button require its use.
20) Vertical Speed C 1 0 May be inoperative provided operations do not
(VS DN UP) Selector require its use.
Thumb Wheel
21) Autothrottle (A/T) B 1 0 May be inoperative provided Autothrottle
Button Channels are considered inoperative and not
used. See MEL item 22-30-00.
◙ PLACARD:
Placard affected autopilot button or knob on Guidance Panel – INOPERATIVE.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):
For sub-item 3):
When RVSM operations can not be performed, then:

 Record on Aircraft Log Book “No RVSM Operations”,


 Placard “No RVSM” near Master Caution/Master Warning Lights (Both Sides) on the
glareshield, and
 Notify to SOC (System Operation Control) Office by means of a written message.
When CAT II operations can not be performed, then:
 Record on Aircraft Log Book “NO CAT II operations”.
 Placard “NO CAT II” must be placed in the area near Master Caution/Master Warning Lights
(Both Sides) on the glareshield, and
 Notify the NO CAT II condition to SOC (System Operation Control) Office by means of a
written message.
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11-01 Guidance Panel (GP) - Continued from the previous page.


When CAT IIIA operations can not be performed, then:
 Record on Aircraft Log Book “NO CAT IIIA operations”.
 Placard “NO CAT IIIA” must be placed in the area near Master Caution/Master Warning
Lights (Both Sides) on the glareshield, and
 Notify the NO CAT IIIA condition to SOC (System Operation Control) Office by means of a
written message.
When RNP APCH operations can not be performed, then:
 Record on Aircraft Log Book “NO RNP APCH operations”.
 Placard “NO RNP APCH” must be placed in the area near Master Caution/Master Warning
Lights (Both Sides) on the glareshield, and
 Notify the NO RNP APCH condition to SOC (System Operation Control) Office by means of
a written message.
For sub-item 9) I:
When CAT II operations can not be performed, then:
 Record on Aircraft Log Book “NO CAT II operations”.
 Placard “NO CAT II” must be placed in the area near Master Caution/Master Warning Lights
(Both Sides) on the glareshield, and
 Notify the NO CAT II condition to SOC (System Operation Control) Office by means of a
written message.
For sub-item 9) II:
When CAT IIIA operations can not be performed, then:
 Record on Aircraft Log Book “NO CAT IIIA operations”.
 Placard “NO CAT IIIA” must be placed in the area near Master Caution/Master Warning
Lights (Both Sides) on the glareshield, and
 Notify the NO CAT IIIA condition to SOC (System Operation Control) Office by means of a
written message.
For sub-item 15):
When RVSM operations can not be performed, then:
 Record on Aircraft Log Book “No RVSM Operations”,
 Placard “No RVSM” near Master Caution/Master Warning Lights (Both Sides) on the
glareshield, and
 Notify to SOC (System Operation Control) Office by means of a written message.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):
For sub-item 1):
For a GP Channel loss:
The flight crew should review the Go-Around procedure, and disengage the Auto Pilot during
approach and/or landing or when exiting a leveled altitude (change of Flight Director Vertical
Modes). The TO/GA, AP/TRIM DISC and AP/FD TCS buttons and its respective functions remain
available on the remaining side.
For sub-item 3):
If unable to comply RVSM operations, flight must be performed below designated RVSM airspace.
If is it not possible to comply with CAT II operations, the landing must be performed under other
than CAT II conditions.
If is it not possible to comply with CAT IIIA operations, the landing must be performed under other
than CAT IIIA operations.
If is it not possible to comply with RNP APCH operations, the approach must be performed under
other than RNP APCH operations.
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11-01 Guidance Panel (GP) - Continued from the previous page.


For sub-item 9) I:
If is it not possible to comply with CAT II operations, the landing must be performed under other
than CAT II conditions.
For sub-item 9) II:
If is it not possible to comply with CAT IIIA operations, the landing must be performed under other
than CAT IIIA operations.
For sub-item 15):
If unable to comply RVSM operations, flight must be performed below designated RVSM airspace.

11-02 Autopilot/Trim Disengage C 2 1 (M)(O) One may be inoperative on the non-flying


(AP/TRIM DISC) Buttons pilot side provided:
◙ 1) Autopilot is not used below 1500 ft AGL,
2) Operations do not require its use,
3) VNAV / Baro-VNAV Operations are not
conducted through Autopilot,
4) CAT II and CAT IIIA Operations are not
performed, and
5) RNP APCH Operations are not performed.
◙ PLACARD:
Placard affected button – INOPERATIVE.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):


When VNAV / Baro-VNAV operations are not conducted through Autopilot, then:
 Record on Aircraft Log Book “No VNAV / Baro-VNAV Operations through Autopilot”.
 Placard “No VNAV / Baro-VNAV Operations through A/P” near VNAV pushbutton on the
GP, and
 Notify to SOC (System Operation Control) Office by means of a written message.

When CAT II operations can not be performed, then:


 Record on Aircraft Log Book “NO CAT II operations”.
 Placard “NO CAT II” must be placed in the area near Master Caution/Master Warning Lights
(Both Sides) on the glareshield, and
 Notify the NO CAT II condition to SOC (System Operation Control) Office by means of a
written message.

When CAT IIIA operations can not be performed, then:


 Record on Aircraft Log Book “NO CAT IIIA operations”.
 Placard “NO CAT IIIA” must be placed in the area near Master Caution/Master Warning
Lights (Both Sides) on the glareshield, and
 Notify the NO CAT IIIA condition to SOC (System Operation Control) Office by means of a
written message.

When RNP APCH operations can not be performed, then:


 Record on Aircraft Log Book “NO RNP APCH operations”.
 Placard “NO RNP APCH” must be placed in the area near Master Caution/Master Warning
Lights (Both Sides) on the glareshield, and
 Notify the NO RNP APCH condition to SOC (System Operation Control) Office by means of
a written message.
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11-02 Autopilot/Trim Disengage (AP/TRIM DISC) Buttons - Continued from the previous page.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):
If is it not possible to comply with CAT II operations, the landing must be performed under other
than CAT II conditions.
NOTE: In case of both Autopilot Channels are inoperative; the VNAV or Baro-VNAV operations
could be performed through Flight Director.
If is it not possible to comply with Baro-VNAV operations, the approach must be performed under other
than Baro-VNAV operations.
If is it not possible to comply with RNP APCH operations, the approach must be performed under
other than RNP APCH operations.
If is it not possible to comply with CAT IIIA operations, the landing must be performed under other
than CAT IIIA operations.

11-03 Autopilot/Flight Director C 2 0


Touch Control Steering
(AP/FD TCS) Buttons

◙ PLACARD:
Placard affected button – INOPERATIVE.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):


None.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):
None.

30-00 Autothrottle Channels B 2 0



◙ PLACARD:
Placard near autothrottle button on Guidance Panel – AT INOPERATIVE.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):
None.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):
None.

30-12 Autothrottle Disconnect C 2 1 I-


Buttons
◙ B 2 0 II - May be inoperative provided Autothrottle is
not used.

◙ PLACARD:
Placard affected button – INOPERATIVE.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):


None.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):
None.
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30-15 Electronic Thrust Trim C 2 0


System (ETTS)

◙ PLACARD:
Placard near Thrust Levers or where most appropriate – ETTS INOPERATIVE.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):


None.
NOTE: The ETTS is the ENGINE TLA TRIM function.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):


None.
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11-00 High Frequency (HF) Communication System 23-1


12-00 Very High Frequency (VHF) Communication System 23-1
15-00 Satellite Communication System (SATCOM) 23-1
21-00 Selective Call System (SELCAL) 23-2
23-00 Wireless Gatelink System 23-2
24-00 Communication Management Function (CMF) 23-2
24-01 Printer 23-2
25-00 Controller Pilot Datalink Communication System 23-2
51-00 Cockpit/Cabin Service Interphone System 23-3
51-01 Cockpit Alerting System (Chime/Light) 23-3
51-02 Cockpit Speakers 23-4
51-03 Push To Talk (PTT) Switches 23-4
51-08 Boom Microphones 23-5
51-11 Cockpit Hand Microphones 23-5
52-00 Ramp Service Interphone System 23-6
54-03 Iridium System 23-6
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11-00 High Frequency (HF) C 1 0 May be inoperative provided:


Communication System 1) Operations will be conducted entirely
◙ within the control areas (airways and
Terminal Control Areas) or no more than
fifty miles of the coast, in the case of
maritime operations in airspace.
2) The aircraft commander must ensure before
and during the operation of aircraft,
communications are maintained with the
agencies on VHF air traffic control for the
route.
3) The aircraft must have at least two (2) VHF
communications equipment in service at the
time of operation.
4) In the Flight Information Region ("FIR") for
the town of Comodoro Rivadavia, Chubut
Province, the operations are carried out
exclusively in the east of the meridian of
seventy degrees (70 °) west, and
5) Where appropriate, the commander of an
aircraft shall ensure the proper
implementation of the procedures of ATS
Contingency Plan of Argentina.
◙ PLACARD:
Placard Digital Audio Panels – HF INOPERATIVE.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):


None.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):


None.

12-00 Very High Frequency C 3 2 One may be inoperative provided:


(VHF) Communication 1) VHF 01 operates normally, and
System 2) Procedures do not require its use.

◙ PLACARD:
Placard Digital Audio Panels – VHF INOPERATIVE.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):


None.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):


None.

15-00 Satellite Communication Reserved.


System (SATCOM)
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21-00 Selective Call System C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided alternate


(SELCAL) procedures are used.

◙ PLACARD:
Placard Digital Audio Panels – SELCAL INOPERATIVE.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):
None.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):
For Selective Call System inoperative:
Cockpit crew shall continuously monitor appropriated radio frequencies as required.
For Channels Inoperative:
Flight Crew must carefully select which frequency to use in the operative channel and evaluate in
the preflight briefing if there is the need to continuously monitor other frequency.

23-00 Wireless Gatelink Reserved.


System

24-00 Communication C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided alternate


Management procedures are used.
Function (CMF)

◙ PLACARD:
Placard Digital Audio Panels and/or Printer – CMF INOPERATIVE.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):
None
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):
Cockpit crew shall continuously monitor appropriated radio frequencies as required.
NOTE: In case of Communication Management Function inoperative, Aircraft Communications
Addressing and Reporting Systems (ACARS) data transmission will be unavailable.

24-01 Printer C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided alternate


◙ procedures are used.
◙ PLACARD:
Placard Printer – PRINTER INOPERATIVE.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):
None
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):
Communication will be maintained between CCO and aircraft via HF radio communication.

25-00 Controller Pilot Datalink Reserved.


Communication System
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51-00 Cockpit/Cabin Service


Interphone System

1) Flight Deck to Cabin, B 3 2 (O) May be inoperative provided:
Cabin to Flight Deck 1) Flight deck to cabin and cabin to flight deck
Functions interphone functions operate normally on
at least fifty percent of the cabin handsets, and
2) Alternate Communications procedures
between the affected flight attendants
station(s) are used.

NOTE: Any station function(s) that operate


normally may be used.
◙ PLACARD:
Placard near CAB button on the Digital Audio Panels or where most appropriate and, near PILOT
button on the Flight Attendant Handsets – CABIN INTERPHONE INOPERATIVE.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):


None.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):
For Flight Deck to Cabin, Cabin to Flight Deck Functions:
Inform to cabin attendants about system inoperative:
 During emergency, establish communication by PA.
 During all operations, the flight attendants must be alert to the Alerting System.

51-01 Cockpit Alerting System


(Chime/Light)

1) Flight Deck Call Light B 3 0 May be inoperative provided the flight deck
(CAB) on Digital Audio chime operates normally.
Panel
NOTE: The flight deck chime must always be
operative.
◙ PLACARD:
Placard near CAB button on the Digital Audio Panels or where most appropriate – CABIN CALL LIGHT
INOPERATIVE.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):


None.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):


None.
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51-02 Cockpit Speakers C 2 0 May be inoperative provided:


◙ 1) Procedures do not require its use, and
2) Associated Headsets earphones or
headphones are installed and operate normally
◙ PLACARD:
Placard Speakers (overhead ceiling) – SPKR INOPERATIVE.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):
None
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):
None

51-03 Push To Talk (PTT)


Switches

1) PTT MIC Switch on C 2 0 (M) May be inoperative provided:
Glareshield Panel 1) Associated PTT/HOT MIC Switch on Yoke
operates normally, and
2) Affected switch is either verified failed open
(non-transmitting position) or is deactivated.
2) PTT/HOT MIC Switches C 2 0 (M) May be inoperative provided:
on Yoke 1) Associated PTT/ MIC Switch on Glareshield
Panel operates normally, and
2) Affected switch is either verified failed open
(non-transmitting position) or is deactivated.
◙ PLACARD:
Placard affected switch – INOPERATIVE.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):
For sub-item 1):
If the PTT is inoperative stuck (always transmitting), deactivate the switch through the associated
AMM TASK 23-51-04-040-801-A:

To make sure that the associated PTT switch on Yoke operates normally, refer to AMM TASK 23-
51-00-710-801-A and consider the following:
- If the PTT MIC switch is deactivated, make sure that the PTT function of the associated
PTT/HOT MIC switch on Yoke, operates normally.
- If the PTT function of the PTT/HOT MIC switch is deactivated, make sure that the associated
PTT MIC switch on Yoke, operates normally.

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51-03 Push To Talk (PTT) Switches - Continued from the previous page.
For sub-item 2):
If the PTT is inoperative stuck (always transmitting), deactivate the switch through the associated
AMM TASK 23-51-03-040-801-A. This task deactivates only the PTT function of the
PTT/HOT MIC switch.

To make sure that the associated PTT switch on Glareshield Panel operates normally, refer to
AMM TASK 23-51-00-710-801-A and consider the following:
- If the PTT MIC switch is deactivated, make sure that the PTT function of the associated
PTT/HOT MIC switch on Glareshield Panel operates normally.
- If the PTT function of the PTT/HOT MIC switch is deactivated, make sure that the associated
PTT MIC switch on Glareshield Panel operates normally.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):
None.

51-08 FIight Deck


Headsets/Headphones

1) Headset Boom A 3 2 May be inoperative provided:


Microphones 1) Flight Data Recorder (FDR) operates
normally, and
2) Repairs are made within three flight days.
2) Headset C 3 2 Either Captain’s or First officer’s
Earphones/Headphones earphone/headphones may be inoperative
provided associated flight deck speaker
operates normally.
◙ PLACARD:
Placard near the affected MIC switch on the Digital Audio Panel or where most appropriate –
HEADSET BOOM / EARPHONE / HEADPHONE MIC INOPERATIVE.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):
None
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):
None

51-11 Cockpit Hand Microphones C 2 0 May be inoperative provided associated boom


microphones operate normally.

◙ PLACARD:
Placard the affected hand-mic jack panel – HAND MIC INOPERATIVE.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):


None

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):


None
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52-00 Ramp Service Interphone


System

1) Flight Deck to Ground C 3 0 (O) May be inoperative provided alternate


Function procedures are used.
NOTE: Any portion of system which operates
normally may be used.
◙ PLACARD:
Placard near RAMP button on the Digital Audio Panels or where most appropriate and, near CKPT
CALL button on the Ramp Interphone Panels – RAMP INTERPHONE INOPERATIVE.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):


None

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):


Inform to cabin attendants about system inoperative:

 Use Service Interphone for communications with ground crew during ground handling
operations (jack is available at the external power receptacle).
 If communications still cannot be established, use ICAO hand signals, located in MOE Vol
I, Chapter VII, Part "A", Section 4, Item 4.12.

NOTE: The Ramp Call Horn is considered a Flight Deck to Ground function. When inoperative, the
battery discharging aural alert to the ground personnel is also inoperative. Make sure airplane is
not powered on batteries unnecessarily.

54-03 Iridium System Reserved.


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00-00 Electrical Synoptic Displays (MFD Electrical Page) 24-1


00-01 IDG Disconnect LED (Overhead Panel) 24-1
00-05 Batteries 1 and 2 Voltage Indication on MFD Status Page 24-2
21-01 Engine Driven Generator (IDG, GCU, GLC) 24-2
22-01 APU Generator 24-3
24-00 Static Inverter 24-3
36-10 Batteries 1 and 2 Temperature Sensors 24-3
41-00 DC External Power System 24-4
42-00 AC External Power System 24-4
52-03 In-Flight Entertainment System (IFE) Auto Shutdown 24-5
54-00 Electrical Outlets 24-6
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00-00 Electrical Synoptic C 2 0 (O) MFD Indications not addressed elsewhere


Displays (MFD Electrical in the MEL may be inoperative.
Page)

◙ PLACARD
Placard affected indication – ELECT IND INOPERATIVE.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)


None.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)


MFD indications other than those addressed in the MEL may be inoperative and dispatched under
this relief.

CAUTION: THIS RELIEF IS NOT INTENDED TO BE USED FOR DISPATCH OF SYSTEMS’


FAILURES, BUT THEIR INDICATION ON THE MFD SYNOPTIC PAGE. REFER TO ASSOCIATED
EICAS MESSAGES FOR SYSTEMS’ STATUSES.

Make sure that the inoperative MFD Electrical Synoptic Page Indication is not one of those:

Sequence
Chapter Item Description
Number
Batteries 1 and 2 Voltage Indication
24 00-05
on MFD Status Page

00-01 IDG Disconnect LED C 2 1


(Overhead Panel)

◙ PLACARD
Placard near affected IDG Disconnect LED (on the Overhead Panel) – IDG DISCONNECT LED
INOPERATIVE.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)


None.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)


None.
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00-05 Batteries 1 and 2 Voltage C 4 2 I - One indication per battery may be


Indication on MFD Status inoperative.
Page C 4 0 II - May be inoperative provided affected
◙ battery voltage is available on MFD
Electrical Page.
◙ PLACARD
Placard above affected MFD display – BATT 1 VOLTAGE IND INOPERATIVE and/or BATT 2
VOLTAGE IND INOPERATIVE.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)
None.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)
None.
NOTE: Number installed refers to two indications on LH MFD Status Page and two indications on
RH MFD status Page.

21-01 Engine Driven Generator 2 2 I) Must be operative for airplanes to flying


(IDG, GCU, GLC) To/From EQS (SAVE) and CPC (SAZY) airports.
◙ ◘ A 2 1 II) (O) One may be inoperative provided:
1) APU generator operates normally and is
used throughout the flight,
2) Affected IDG is disconnected and remains
selected OFF,
3) Flight is conducted at or below FL 330, and
4) Repairs are made within 2 flight days.
◙ PLACARD
Placard Electrical Panel – IDG 1 (2) INOPERATIVE.
◘ Dispatch/Flight Planning Office shall be notified. Maximum altitude for flight planning will be
affected.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)
None.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)
For remarks and exceptions II):
To disconnect the affected IDG, proceed as follows:
After aircraft power-up and before Engines Start:
Affected IDG..................................................... OFF
Start affected engine and keep associated thrust lever to IDLE position until reaching ground idle
speed of the engine. Manual IDG disconnection is achieved by selecting the respective IDG knob
to the DISC position and holding for one second.
NOTE: Do not hold IDG knob to DISC position for more than 3 seconds.
Affected IDG..................................................... DISC then, OFF
After IDG disconnection:
- The EICAS message IDG 1(2) OIL is displayed while the engine oil pressure or temperature are
not within limits. Refer to AOM 14-15-10 for details.
- The EICAS message IDG 1(2) OFF BUS is displayed. This message extinguishes when the engine
is turned off and is displayed after the next engine start.
- The IDG fault indication LED extinguishes. The LED illuminates again after airplane power-down-
power-up and engine start. In this case, repeat the disconnection procedure to extinguish the IDG
fault indication LED.
NOTE: - For APU Fuel Consumption, refer to AOM Section 6-07 Engine and APU Fuel
Consumption.
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22-01 APU Generator 1 1 I) Must be operative for airplanes to flying


◙ ◘ To/From EQS (SAVE) and CPC (SAZY) airports.
C 1 0 II) (O) May be inoperative provided APU
generator remains selected off.
◙ PLACARD
Placard Electrical Panel – APU GEN INOPERATIVE.
◘ Dispatch/Flight Planning Office shall be notified.
Note: The dispatcher must check the availability of a ground power unit at the origin, destination
and alternate airports.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)
None.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)
For remarks and exceptions II):
Select APU Generator OFF.
NOTE: Refer to AOM Section 13-05 External AC Power Supply Procedures when using this
source for AC power. Otherwise, refer to AOM Section 3-70 to perform the “Engine
Battery Start” procedure.

24-00 Static Inverter C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided the APU


◙ generator operates normally and is used on
takeoff and landing.
◙ PLACARD
Placard Electrical Panel – STATIC INVERTER INOPERATIVE.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)
None.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)
After Start:
APU............................................................................... ON
After Takeoff:
APU............................................................................... AS REQUIRED
Before Landing:
APU............................................................................... ON
After Landing:
APU............................................................................... AS REQUIRED

36-10 Batteries 1 and 2 C 4 2 One sensor per battery may be inoperative


Temperature Sensors provided at least one temperature indication of
◙ associated battery on Electrical Synoptic
Display (MFD Electrical Page) is verified to
operate normally before each flight.
◙ PLACARD
Placard above affected MFD display – BATT 1 (2) TEMP IND INOPERATIVE.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)
None.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)
None.
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41-00 DC External Power System C 1 0



1) DC GPU AVAIL / IN C 2 0 (O) May be inoperative provided alternate
USE Pushbutton Lights procedures are used.
◙ PLACARD
Placard DC External Power Panel – DC EXTERNAL POWER SYS INOPERATIVE or; Placard near
AVAIL / IN USE Pushbutton on the DC External Power Panel – AVAIL / IN USE PUSHBUTTON
LIGHTS INOPERATIVE, as applicable.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)
None.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)
Inform to cabin attendants about system inoperative:
Use Service Interphone for communications with ground crew during ground handling operations
(jack is available at the external power receptacle).
If communications still cannot be established, use ICAO hand signals, located in MOE Vol I,
Chapter VII, Part A, Section 4, Item 412.

42-00 AC External Power System C 1 0 I - (M) May be inoperative provided the system
◙ is deactivated.

1) AC GPU AVAIL / IN C 4 0 (O) May be inoperative provided alternate


USE Pushbutton Lights procedures are used.
2) AC GPU AVAILABLE C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided alternate
Light on Flight Attendant procedures are used.
Ground Service Panel
3) AC GPU IN USE Light C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided alternate
on Flight Attendant procedures are used.
Ground Service Panel
4) External AC Power C 1 0 (M) May be cracked or damage provided
Receptacle shield remaining shield prevents misaligned GPU
connection.
◙ PLACARD
 Placard near AVAIL / IN USE Pushbuttons on the Electric Control Panel and AC External
Power Panel – AC EXTERNAL POWER SYS INOPERATIVE or;
 Placard near affected AVAIL / IN USE Pushbutton on the Electric Control Panel and/or AC
External Power Panel – AVAIL / IN USE PUSHBUTTON LIGHTS INOPERATIVE or;
 Placard near AVAILABLE Light on the AC Ground Service Panel – AVAILABLE LIGHT
INOPERATIVE or;
 Placard near IN USE Light on the AC Ground Service Panel – IN USE LIGHT INOPERATIVE,
as applicable.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)
For remarks and exceptions I):
To deactivate the AC External Power System refer to AMM TASK 24-42-00-040-801-A.
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42-00 AC External Power System - Continued from the previous page.


For sub-item 4):
To prevent GPU plug misaligned connection, make sure that the remaining portion of the socket
frame (shield) prevents erroneous GPU plug connection. Insert all pins of the External AC Power
Receptacle in the GPU plug.
Double check that all pins are properly connected.
NOTE: GPU plug misaligned connection usually occurs when the right-hand portion of the shield is
damaged. Examine the right-hand side of the shield. Consider replacing the shield in case
damages allow erroneous GPU plug connection.
Examine the connection before the first flight of each flight day, since the shield may break due to
GPU usage.
To connect GPU to External AC Power Receptacle, refer to AMM TASK 24-42-02-860-801-A.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)


For Sub-items 1), 2) or 3):
For the AC GPU AVAIL light inoperative, an alternative procedure to verify that the AC External
power quality is suitable may be accomplished by:
 Verifying the remaining AVAIL Light indication on the GPU AVAIL Pushbutton or the Flight
Attendant Ground Service Panel, whichever is operative, or
 Check on the MFD Electrical Synoptic Page that the AC External Power Cart is green. The
system automatically monitors the AC power quality appropriately.

52-03 In-Flight Entertainment C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided IFE Rack


System (IFE) Auto Power Switch is verified to operate before
Shutdown each departure.

◙ PLACARD
None.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)
None.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)
Verify that the IFE Rack Pushbutton is operative by performing a system reset.
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54-00 Electrical Outlets



1) Cockpit AC Electrical C 2 0
Outlet
2) Avionics Compartment C 2 0
Electrical Outlet
3) Galley/Wardrobe C 2 0
Electrical Outlets
4) Reserved

5) Cabin AC electrical C 8 0
Outlets
◙ PLACARD
Placard near affected Electrical Outlet – ELECTRICAL OUTLET INOPERATIVE.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)


None.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)


None.
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10-05 Eye Position Indicator 25-1


10-07 Cockpit Convenience Item(s) (except for operators with NEF Program approved) 25-1
10-09 Chart Holder 25-1
11-01 Pilot Seats 25-1
11-02 Observer Seat (Including Associated Equipment) 25-3
12-15 Sunvisor 25-4
12-17 Direct Vision Window Sunshades 25-4
13-03 Crew Baggage Stowage Straps in the Cockpit 25-4
20-02 Overhead Bin(s)/Cabin and Galley Storage Compartment/ Closets 25-5
20-03 Cabin/Galley Storage Latches (Dual Latch Installations) 25-5
20-05 "Fasten Seat Belt While Seated" Signs or Placards 25-6
20-07 Passenger Convenience / NEF Item(s) 25-6
21-10 Passenger Seat(s) 25-7
21-20 Flight Attendant Seats Assembly (Single or Dual Position) 25-9
22-04 Passenger Service Unit (PSU) Test/Reset Swicthes 25-10
23-16 Powered Window Shades 25-11
25-00 Flight Attendant Panels (FAP) 25-11
27-01 Drop-Down Window on Aft Divider 25-12
30-03 Galley Waste Receptacles Access Doors/Covers 25-12
34-03 Wheelchair Restraint System 25-13
40-03 Exterior Lavatory Door Ashtrays 25-13
45-01 Lavatory Waste Receptacle Access Door 25-13
61-00 Emergency Locator Transmitter (ELT) 25-14
62-01 Emergency Medical Equipment 25-14
62-02 Flotation Equipment (Crew and Passenger) 25-15
62-03 Megaphones 25-16
62-05 Pyrotechnic Signal Devices 25-16
62-07 Flight Deck/ Attendant Flashlight and Holder Assembly 25-16
62-09 Overwing Escape Hatch Lifeline 25-16
65-00 Emergency Evacuation Slides System 25-17
66-01 Life Raft 25-17
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10-05 Eye Position Indicator C 1 0



◙ PLACARD
Placard on windshield central frame – EYE POS IND REMOVED.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)


None.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)


None.

10-07 Cockpit Convenience Reserved.


Item(s)

10-09 Chart Holder C 2 0 May be inoperative or missing provided


◙ operations do not require its use.
◙ PLACARD
Placard affected Chart Holder – CHART HOLDER INOPERATIVE.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)


None.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)


None.

11-01 Pilot Seats



1) Vertical Power Seat C 2 0 (M) May be inoperative provided:
Adjustment System 1) Affected system is deactivated, and
2) Vertical manual seat adjustment system
operates normally.
2) Vertical Manual Seat C 2 0 I - May be inoperative provided:
Adjustment System 1) Affected seat has failed in a position that
permits normal pilot visibility,
2) Full flight control movement is available,
and
3)Seat is acceptable to the affected
crewmember.
C 2 0 II - May be inoperative provided vertical power
(Continued on the next page) seat adjustment system operates normally.
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11-01 Pilot Seats - Continued from the previous page.


3) Longitudinal Seat C 2 0 May be inoperative provided backup system
Adjustment System operates normally.
4) Lateral Seat Adjustment C 2 0 I - May be inoperative provided backup system
System operates normally.
C 2 0 II - May be inoperative provided:
1) It has failed with the affected seat at
inboard position, and
2) Seat is acceptable to the affected
crewmember.
5) Lumbar Support C 2 0 May be inoperative provided seat is acceptable
to the affected crewmember.
6) Armrest C 4 0 (M) May be inoperative provided:
1) Affected armrest is stowed in the
retracted position, and
2) Seat is acceptable to affected
crewmember.
7) Recline Function C 2 0 May be inoperative provided seat is acceptable
to the affected crewmember.
8) Headrest C 2 0 May be inoperative provided seat is acceptable
to the affected crewmember.
9) Thigh Support C 4 0 May be inoperative provided seat is acceptable
to the affected crewmember.
◙ PLACARD
Placard the affected seat control – SEAT CONTROL INOPERATIVE.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)
For sub-item 1):
If vertical power seat adjustment system has failed, refer to AMM TASK 25-11-01-040-801-A.
For sub-item 6):
If Armrest has failed, accomplish the necessary procedures to secure it at retracted (up) position.
Adhesive tape may be used to hold affected armrest up.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)
None.
NOTE:
 The following instructions may be used to operate the Backup System.
 Refer to AOM Section 14-01-10 for a detailed seat figures.
A. For Vertical Movement:
 Take the crank handle stowed below the seat pan.
 Connect the crank handle to the manual backup plug that is located at the rear on the
electrical actuator.
 Turn the crank handle to adjust the seat height.
B. For Longitudinal Movement (Fore/Aft):
The manual longitudinal control handle allows aft and fore adjustments.
 Push the manual longitudinal control handle (located under the pilot seat) to unlock the seat
and enable longitudinal movement.
 Adjust the seat position as required.
 Release manual longitudinal control handle.
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11-01 Pilot Seats - Continued from the previous page.


C. For Lateral Movement (Inboard/Outboard):
 Pull both manual pins on front and aft of seat at floor level to unlock the seat and enable
lateral movement when the seat is at the rear stop level.
 Adjust the seat position as required and then release the pins to lock the seat in the desired
position.

D. For Recline (Backrest) Control:


 A spare Backrest Locking System allows manual tilting of the backrest to the up-right
position (fixed 5º from up-right position) in case of failure of the controls or recline actuator.
 Set backrest recline handle to DOWN position (on the left side of the seat) locks the
backrest in the up-right position.

11-02 Observer Seat (Including A 1 0 I - May be inoperative provided:


Associated Equipment) 1) A passenger seat in the passenger cabin is
◙ made available to an inspector for the
performance of official duties, and
2) Repairs are made within two flight days.
A 1 0 II - May be inoperative provided:
1) Required minimum safety equipment
(safety belt and oxygen) is available,
2) Seat is acceptable to the inspector for the
performance of official duties, and
3) Repairs are made within two flight days.

NOTE: These provisos are intended to provide


for occupancy of the above seat by an
inspector when the minimum safety
equipment (oxygen and safety belt) is
functional and the inspector determines the
conditions to be acceptable.

NOTE: The pilot-in-command will determine if


the minimum safety equipment is functional
for other persons authorized to occupy the
observer seat.
◙ PLACARD
Placard observer seat – INOPERATIVE – DO NOT OCCUPY.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)


None.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)
None.
NOTE: Observer Seat Associated Equipment is defined as all systems or components used in
support of or in conjunction with the seat, i.e., audio control panel, oxygen system,
microphone, headset, lights, etc.
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12-15 Sunvisor C 2 0 May be inoperative or missing provided there are


◙ no visual restrictions to affected crewmember.
◙ PLACARD
Placard affected Sunvisor – SUNVISOR INOPERATIVE.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)


None.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)


None.

12-17 Direct Vision Window C 2 0 May be inoperative or missing provided there are
Sunshades no visual restrictions to affected crewmember.

◙ PLACARD
Placard near affected Sundshade – SUNDSHADE INOPERATIVE.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)


None.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)


None.

13-03 Crew Baggage Stowage C 2 0 (O) May be inoperative or missing provided


Straps in the Cockpit crew baggage is properly stowed.

◙ PLACARD
Placard affected bin door – INOPERATIVE.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)


None.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)


The flight crew baggage should be stowed in the cabin wardrobe.
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20-02 Overhead Bin(s)/Cabin and C 48 0 I - (M) May be inoperative provided:


Galley Storage 1) Affected compartment door(s) is secure
Compartment/ Closets CLOSED,
◙ 2) Associated bin or compartment is
prominently placarded DO NOT USE,
3) Any emergency equipment located in
affected compartment is considered
inoperative, See MEL Items 25-61-00, 25-
62-01, 25-62-02, 25-62-03, 26-24-01, 35-
20-03, 35-30-01 and 35-30-03; and
4) Affected compartment is not used for
storage of any item(s) except for those
permanently affixed.
C 48 0 II - (M)(O) May be inoperative provided:
1) Affected door(s) is removed,
2) Associated bin or compartment is not
used for storage of any items, except those
permanently affixed,
3) Associated bin or compartment is
prominently placarded DO NOT USE,
4) Procedures are used to alert crew
members and passengers of inoperative
bins, and
5) Passengers are briefed that associated
bin or compartment is not used.
NOTE 1: If no partitions are installed, the entire
overhead storage compartment is considered
one bin or compartment.
NOTE 2: Any emergency equipment located in
the associated compartment (permanently
affixed) is available for use.
◙ PLACARD
Placard affected bin door – INOPERATIVE.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)
For remarks and exceptions I or II:
Refer to AMM 25-20-02-040-801-A to remove or secure the affected door closed.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)
For remarks and exception II:
Cabin crew members must inform passengers of inoperative bins.

20-03 Cabin/Galley Storage C 48 24 One latch per compartment may be inoperative.


Latches (Dual Latch
Installations)

◙ PLACARD
Placard affected Storage Door – LATCH INOPERATIVE.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)
None.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)
None.
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20-05 "Fasten Seat Belt While C 96 0 One per double elite seats may be illegible or
Seated" Signs or Placards missing.
◙ One per double first class seats may be illegible
or missing.
Single first class seat placards must be installed
and legible.
◙ PLACARD
None.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)


None.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)


None.

20-07 Passenger Convenience /


NEF Item(s)

1) Passenger Convenience
Item(s)
2) Non–Essential Refer to Non–Essential Equipment & Furnishings
Equipment & Furnishings (NEF) Section of this Manual.
(NEF) NOTE: Exterior lavatory door ashtrays are not
considered NEF items.
◙ PLACARD
Placard affected item – UNIT INOPERATIVE – DO NOT USE.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)


None.
NOTE:
 At the inspectors’ consent, a Passenger Convenience/NEF Item that poses a risk of injuring
passengers should be removed from the airplane.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)


None.
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21-10 Passenger Seat(s) C 96 0 I - (M) May be inoperative provided:


◙ ◘ 1) Seat does not block an Emergency Exit,
2) Seat does not restrict any passenger
from access to the main aircraft aisle, and
3) The affected seat(s) are blocked and
placarded "DO NOT OCCUPY".
NOTE 1: A seat with an inoperative seat belt is
considered inoperative.
NOTE 2: Inoperative seats do not affect the
required number of Flight Attendants.
NOTE 3: Affected seat(s) may include the
seat(s) behind and/or adjacent outboard seats.
NOTE 4: In case of Blocked Seats, the
Dispatcher should coordinate the blocked seats
locations, with airport passenger service
personnel and Captain.
1) Recline Mechanism C 92 0 I - (M) May be inoperative and seat occupied
provided seat is secured in the upright
position.
C 92 0 II - May be inoperative and seat occupied
provided seat back is immovable in full
upright position.
2) Underseat Baggage C 49 0 (O) May be inoperative provided:
Restraining Bars 1) Baggage is not stowed under seat with
inoperative restraining bar,
2) Associated seat is placarded "DO NOT
STOW BAGGAGE UNDER THIS SEAT", and
3) Cabin Crew is alerted of inoperative
restraining bar.
3) Armrests

a) Armrest with Recline C 92 0 (M) (O) May be inoperative or missing and seat
Mechanism occupied provided:
1) Armrest does not block an Emergency
Exit,
2) Armrest does not restrict any passenger
from access to the main aircraft aisle, and
3) If armrest is missing, seat is secured in
the full upright position.
b) Armrest without C 53 0 (O) May be inoperative or missing and seat
Recline Mechanism occupied provided:
1) Armrest does not block an Emergency
Exit, and
2) Armrest does not restrict any passenger
from access to the main aircraft aisle.

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21-10 Passenger Seat(s) - Continued from the previous page.


◙ PLACARD
Placard affected seat as appropriate – DO NOT OCCUPY or SEAT RECLINE INOPERATIVE or DO
NOT STOW BAGGAGE UNDER THIS SEAT / NO COLOCAR EQUIPAJE DEBAJO DEL ASIENTO.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)
For remarks and exception I and sub-item 1)I:
If seat is inoperative not in upright position, secure it in upright position with straps or a rope such
that it cannot be moved during flight.
If seat is inoperative stuck in the recline position, verify that access to the doors are not obstructed
and block off the row of seats aft of inoperative seat.
For sub-item 3)a):
If Armrest has failed, accomplish the necessary procedures to secure associated seat in the upright
position. If necessary, secure inoperative armrest in the retracted position or remove it.
If seat translation mechanism is inoperative, return the seat to the takeoff, landing and taxi position
and secure its commands to keep the seat on this position.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)
For sub-item 2):
For seats with baggage restraining bars missing or broken:
Cabin crew members must be informed by the flight crew of the inoperative underseat baggage
restraining bars so that no baggage is stowed under affected seat (according to appropriate
placard).
Before takeoff and landing, cabin crew should verify that baggage is not stowed under seats with
broken restraining bars.
For sub-item 3)a) or 3)b):
For inoperative armrest:
Cabin crew members must verify that the inoperative armrest does not block an emergency exit nor
prevents passengers to access the main aircraft aisle, and must inform the flight crew if this cannot
be complied.
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21-20 Flight Attendant Seats C 4 0 I- (M) May be missing or inoperative provided:


Assembly (Single or Dual 1) No passenger are carried,
Position) 2) Only flight crew is permitted on board,
◙ ◘ 3) Inoperative folding type seat stows
automatically or is secured in the retracted
position, and
4) Alternated procedures are established and
used.
1) Required Flight B 2 1 (M) (O) One seat position or assembly may be
Attendant Seats inoperative provided:
1) Affected seat position or assembly is not
occupied,
2) Flight attendant(s) displaced by
inoperative seat(s) occupies either an
adjacent flight attendant seat or the
passenger seat which is most accessible to
the inoperative seat(s), so as to most
effectively perform assigned duties,
3) Alternate procedures are used as
published in crewmember manuals,
4) Folding type seat stows automatically or
is secured in the retracted position, and
5) Passenger seat assigned to flight
attendant is placarded “FOR FLIGHT
ATTENDANT ONLY”.
NOTE 1: An automatic folding seat that will not
stow automatically is considered inoperative.
NOTE 2: A seat position with an inoperative or
missing restraint system is considered
inoperative.
NOTE 3: If one side of a dual seat assembly is
inoperative and a flight attendant is displaced
to the adjacent seat, the adjacent seat must
operate normally.
NOTE 4: In case of Blocked Seats, the
Dispatcher should coordinate the blocked seats
locations, with airport passenger service
personnel and Captain.
2) Excess Flight Attendant C 2 0 (M) May be inoperative provided:
Seats 1) Affected seat position or assembly is not
occupied, and
2) Folding type seat stows automatically or
is secured in the retracted position.
NOTE 1: An automatic folding seat that will not
stow automatically is considered inoperative.
NOTE 2: A seat position with an inoperative or
missing restraint is considered inoperative.
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21-20 Flight Attendant Seats Assembly (Single or Dual Position)-Continued from the previous page.
NOTE 3: In case of Blocked Seats, the
Dispatcher should coordinate the blocked seats
locations, with airport passenger service
personnel and Captain.
◙ PLACARD
Placard affected flight attendant seat – INOPERATIVE – DO NOT OCCUPY.
Placard passenger seat to be used by flight attendant – FOR FLIGHT ATTENDANT ONLY.
◘ Dispatch/Flight Planning Office shall be notified.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)
For remarks and exception I, sub-item 1) or 2):
As required to remove or secure the affected seat in the stowed position.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)


For sub-item 1):
The cabin attendant assigned to the affected seat must occupy a passenger seat as close to or
closer than the nearest seated passenger to the associated exit. The cabin attendant must be able
to reach the assigned exit in essentially the same time as from the normally assigned seat. A 2 or 3
second time difference is acceptable.

Flight attendant seat assembly (RAAC required) inoperative:


The affected flight attendant must be notified of emergency evacuation using PA or megaphone.

22-04 Passenger Service Unit C 2 0 (O) May be inoperative provided alternate


(PSU) Test/Reset Switches procedures are used.

◙ PLACARD
Placard near affected Switch on the Forward FAP – TEST SWITCH INOPERATIVE and/or RESET
SWITCH INOPERATIVE, as applicable.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)


None.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)


To manually perform the Passenger Service Unit (PSU) check, proceed as follows:
A. Passenger Reading Lights A button is located on the PSU to turn ON/OFF the passenger
reading lights. Turn all lights ON and then OFF.

B. Fwd/Aft Lavatory Dome Light A manual switch located on the outside of the FWD and AFT
lavatory bulkheads is used to turn ON the lavatory lights without latching the door switch.
Turn all lights ON and then OFF.
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4. REMARKS AND/OR EXCEPTIONS

22-04 Passenger Service Unit (PSU) Test/Reset Switches - Continued from the previous page.
C. Fwd/Aft Lavatory Fluorescent Light (from DIM to BRT mode) A manual switch located on
the outside of the FWD and AFT lavatory bulkheads is used to turn on the lavatory lights
without latching the door switch. Turn all lights ON and then OFF.

D. Fwd/Aft Attendant call indicator lights (Rainbow lights) The passenger call indicator lights
consist of orange color indicator for a lavatory call, blue colored for a passenger call in the
main cabin area, amber colored for a sterile light call, red colored for a pilot emergency call,
and green colored for a pilot’s call.

To check the Rainbow lights, do as follows:


 Press the Lavatory Attendant Call button and Passenger Attendant Call button at any
station;
 Switch the Sterile toggle switch on the cockpit overhead panel to ON;
 Use the Audio Control Panel on the cockpit to call the Flight Attendants in the Normal
and Emergency modes.

E. Fwd/Aft Lavatory occupied signs “Lavatory Occupied” signs are used to indicate if the
lavatory is in use. Close and Latch the Lavatory Doors to verify these signs.

F. All Zonal Lights (ceiling Panel) Check the PSU Attendant Call switch along the cabin to
verify that the zonal lights are functioning. The Attendant Call Reset switch allows the
attendant to turn off the Attendant Call Lights (Rainbow Lights), Zonal lights and PSU
Attendant Call Switch Light from the FWD or AFT Flight Attendant Panel.

23-16 Powered Window Shades Reserved.

25-00 Flight Attendant Panels


(FAP)

1) Forward FAP B 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided:
1) Aft FAP is operative,
2) Passenger Service Unit (PSU) Test/Reset
Switches are considered inoperative. See
MEL item 25-22-04 and
3) Lavatory Smoke Test Switches are
considered inoperative. See MEL Item 26-
14-01.
NOTE: Any function on the FAP which operates
normally may be used.
2) Aft FAP B 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided:
1) Forward FAP is operative,
2) Water & Waste System Indications are
considered inoperative. See Mel item 38-00-
02.
NOTE: Any function on the FAP which operates
normally may be used.
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25-00 Flight Attendant Panels (FAP) - Continued from the previous page.
◙ PLACARD
Placard above affected FAP – FAP INOPERATIVE.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)
None.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)
For sub-item 1):
For the Forward FAP inoperative:
Any function on the FAP which operates normally may be used.
To perform Lavatories Self-Test Functions, refer to MEL item 26-14-01.
To perform PSU Test Functions, refer to MEL item 25-22-04.
Galley Master Power can be controlled through the Aft FAP. If necessary to remove power it can
be done via the CB's at the Galley Electrical Panel.
For sub-item 2):
For the Aft FAP inoperative:
Any function on the FAP which operates normally may be used.
For Water/Waste Indication inoperative, refer to MEL item 38-00-02.
Galley Master Power can be controlled through the Forward FAP. If necessary to remove power it
can be done via the CB's at the Galley Electrical Panel.

27-01 Drop-Down Window on C 1 0 (M) May be inoperative provided Drop-Down


Aft Divider Window is removed or secured in the down
◙ position.
◙ PLACARD
Placard affected near Drop-Down Window – DROP-DOWN WINDOW INOPERATIVE.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)
Drop-Down Window is removed or secured in the down position.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)
None.

30-03 Galley Waste Receptacles C 2 0 (M) (O) May be inoperative provided:


Access Doors/Covers 1) The container is empty and the access is
◙ secured to prevent waste introduction into
the compartment, and
2) Cabin crew makes sure that sufficient
galley waste receptacles are available to
accommodate all waste that may be
generated on a flight.
◙ PLACARD
Placard affected waste receptacle door/cover – WASTE RECEPTACLE INOPERATIVE.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)
Secure the inoperative door/cover closed in such a manner that no waste may be deposited into the
compartment during the flight.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)
Cabin crew should make sure that sufficient waste receptacles are available to accommodate all
waste normally generated during the flight.
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34-03 Wheelchair Restraint Reserved.


System

40-03 Exterior Lavatory Door


Ashtrays

1) Exterior Forward A 1 0 May be missing provided it is replaced within 3
Lavatory Door Ashtrays calendar days and Exterior Aft Lavatory Door
Ashtray is operative.
2) Exterior Aft Lavatory A 1 0 May be missing provided it is replaced within 3
Door Ashtrays calendar days and Exterior Fwd Lavatory Door
Ashtray is operative.
◙ PLACARD
Placard near affected lavatory door ashtray – ASHTRAY REMOVED – DO NOT USE.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)


None.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)


None.

45-01 Lavatory Waste C 2 0 (M) (O) May be inoperative provided:


Receptacle Access Door 1) Associated lavatory waste receptacle is
◙ empty,
2) Associated lavatory is used only by
crewmembers, and,
3) Associated lavatory entrance door is
locked, closed and placarded:
“INOPERATIVE – DO NOT ENTER”.
NOTE: These provisions are not intended to
prohibit lavatory use or inspection by
crewmembers.
◙ PLACARD
Placard associated Lavatory Door – INOPERATIVE – DO NOT ENTER.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)


If any Lavatory Waste Receptacle Door is inoperative:

 Empty waste receptacles.


 Lock the affected lavatory door using external locking device.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)


If any Lavatory Waste Receptacle Door is inoperative, ensure that the affected lavatory door is kept
locked closed and lavatory is not entered except for flight crew use or inspections.
Flight attendants should be aware of the nearest Portable Fire Extinguishers location.
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61-00 Emergency Locator


Transmitter (ELT)

1) Survival Type ELTs C 1 0 May be inoperative or missing.

2) Fixed ELTs C 1 0 (M) May be inoperative provided:


1) No passenger are carried,
2) Only flight crew is permitted on board, and
3) System is deactivated.
◙ PLACARD
Placard Portable ELT – PORTABLE ELT INOPERATIVE / Placard Fixed ELT – INOPERATIVE, as
applicable.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)
For sub-item 2):
To deactivate the fixed ELT, refer to AMM TASK 25-61-01-040-801-A.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)
None.

62-01 Emergency Medical


Equipment

1) Automatic External A 1 0 (O) May be incomplete, missing or inoperative
Defibrillator (AED) and/or provided:
Associated Equipment 1) AED is resealed in a manner that will
identify it as a unit that can not be mistaken
for a fully serviceable unit, and
2) Repairs or replacements are made within
3 flight cycles, but with limitation that the
Airplane can not be dispatched from the
main maintenance base (AEP) unless AED is
fully serviceable..
2) Emergency Medical Kit A 1 0 (O) May be incomplete, missing or inoperative
(EMK) and/or Associated provided:
Equipment 1) EMK is resealed in a manner that will
identify it as a unit that can not be mistaken
for a fully serviceable unit, and
2) Repairs or replacements are made within
3 flight cycles, but with limitation that the
Airplane can not be dispatched from the
main maintenance base (AEP) unless EMK is
fully serviceable.
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62-01 Emergency Medical Equipment - Continued from the previous page.


3) First Aid Kit (FAK) A 2 2 (O) One may be incomplete provided:
and/or Associated 1) FAK is resealed in a manner that will
Equipment identify it as a unit that can not be mistaken
for a fully serviceable unit, and
2) Repairs or replacements are made within
3 flight cycles but with limitation that the
Airplane can not be dispatched from the
main maintenance base (AEP) unless FAK is
fully serviceable.
◙ PLACARD
Placard affected unit – UNIT INCOMPLETE or UNIT INOPERATIVE, as applicable.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)


None.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)


For sub-items 1) or 2) or 3):
Automatic External Defibrillator, Emergency Medical Kit and/or First Aid Kit are resealed in a manner
that will identify it as a unit that can not be mistaken for a fully serviceable unit.

62-02 Flotation Equipment (Crew


and Passenger)

1) Cockpit Crew Life Vests C 3 2 One must be operative per crew member on
board.
2) Passenger Cabin Crew 4 4 I - One must be operative per crew member on
Life Vests board. If there are four crew members on
board all crew life vests must be operative.
C 4 3 II - One must be operative per crew member on
board. If there are three crew members on
board one crew life vest may be inoperative.
3) Passenger Life Vests C 96 0 One must be operative per pax on board.

4) Infants Life Vests C 10 3 May be inoperative or missing provided that


Flight Attendants verify that there is no
requirement for its use (no more than three child
on board).
◙ PLACARD
Placard affected seat – SEAT INOPERATIVE.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)


None.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)


None.
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62-03 Megaphones C 1 0 May be missing or inoperative provided:


◙ 1) No passenger are carried, and
2) Only flight crew is permitted on board.
◙ PLACARD
None.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)
None.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)
None.

62-05 Pyrotechnic Signal Devices Reserved.

62-07 Flight Deck/ Attendant


Flashlight and Holder
Assembly

1) Flashlight C 6 0 I - May be inoperative or missing provided
crewmember assigned to associated seat has a
flashlight with equivalent characteristics readily
available.
C 6 0 II - May be missing or inoperative provided:
1) No passenger are carried, and
2) Only flight crew is permitted on board.
2) Holder Assembly C 6 0 May be inoperative or missing provided alternate
stowage means are provided.
◙ PLACARD
Placard near affected Flashlight – FLASHLIGHT INOPERATIVE, or Placard near affected Holder –
FLASHLIGHT HOLDER INOPERATIVE, as applicable.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)


None.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)


None.

62-09 Overwing Escape Hatch Reserved.


Lifeline
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65-00 Emergency Evacuation 4 4 I - Must be fully operative for normal operations.


Slides System
◙ ◘
A 4 3 II – (M)(O) One may be inoperative or missing
provided:
1) The flight is dispatched to return to the main
maintenance base (AEP) with ONLY the Flight
Crew and the Flight Attendants on board
(Passengers are not permitted on board).
2) Associated door is considered inoperative.
See MEL item 52-00-00.
3) Remaining main entry doors are fully
operational.
4) Emergency exit sign and floor proximity lights
related to the associated door must be
covered to obscure the signs and lights.
5) Remaining Passenger/Service Doors
Emergency Opening Assisting System are
fully operational.
6) Remaining Escape Slide ARMED/DISARMED
indicators are fully operational.
7) Remaining Emergency Evacuation Slide
Systems are fully operational.
NOTE 1: Weight and balance manifest must be
revised as necessary to ensure proper
loading limits are observed.
NOTE 2: Cabin attendants may be stationed in
the vicinity of each door within blocked
areas.
◙ PLACARD
Placard near affected Emergency Evacuation Slide and also near affected Door – EVACUATION
SLIDE INOPERATIVE, DOOR CONSIDERED INOPERATIVE, as applicable.
◘ Dispatch/Flight Planning Office shall be notified.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)
For remarks and exception II:
Block the affected door and placard it as appropriate. Cover emergency exit signs and floor
proximity lights associated to the inoperative door to obscure the signs and lights.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)


For remarks and exception II:
Evacuation Procedure referred to MOE VOL I - Emergency Evacuation.

66-01 Life Raft Reserved.


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10-01 Lavatory Smoke Detection System (Embraer 190 ECJ) 26-1


10-02 Mid Cabin (IFE) Rack Smoke Detection System 26-1
12-00 APU Fire/Overheat Detection Loops 26-1
14-00 Lavatory Smoke Detection System 26-1
14-01 Lavatory Smoke Test Switches (on Flight Attendant Panel) 26-2
15-00 Cargo Compartment Smoke Detection System 26-3
18-01 In-Flight Entertainment System (IFE) Smoke Detector 26-3
22-00 APU Fire Extinguishing System 26-4
22-09 APU Fire Extinguishing Button Illumination 26-4
23-00 Cargo Compartment Fire Extinguishing System 26-5
23-13 Cargo Compartment Fire Extinguishing Buttons Illumination 26-6
24-01 Portable Fire Extinguishers 26-6
25-00 Lavatory Fire Extinguishing System 26-7
27-01 Lavatory Fire Extinguishing System (Embraer 190 ECJ) 26-7
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10-01 Lavatory Smoke Detection Reserved.


System
(Embraer 190 ECJ)

10-02 Mid Cabin (IFE) Rack Reserved.


Smoke Detection System

12-00 APU Fire/Overheat 2 2 I) Must be operative for airplanes to flying


Detection Loops To/From EQS (SAVE) and CPC (SAZY) airports.
◙ ◘ C 2 0 II) Both loops may be inoperative provided APU
is not used.
◙ PLACARD:
Placard near APU Fire Extinguishing Button – APU FIRE/OVHT DET INOPERATIVE.
◘ Dispatch/Flight Planning Office shall be notified.

Note: The dispatcher must check the availability of a ground power unit and ground air
conditioning unit at the origin, destination and alternate airports.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):


None.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):


None.

14-00 Lavatory Smoke Detection C 2 1 (M) (O) For one lavatory, the Lavatory Smoke
System Detection System may be inoperative
◙ provided:
1) Lavatory waste receptacle is empty,
2) Lavatory door is locked closed and
placarded "INOPERATIVE - DO NOT
ENTER", and
3) Lavatory is used only by crewmembers.
NOTE 1: These provisos are not intended to
prohibit lavatory use or inspections by
crewmembers.
NOTE 2: Lavatory smoke detection system is
not required for all-cargo operations.
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14-00 Lavatory Smoke Detection System - Continued from the previous page.
◙ PLACARD:
Placard associated Lavatory Fire Extinguisher – LAV SMOKE DET INOPERATIVE.
Placard associated lavatory door – INOPERATIVE – DO NOT ENTER.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):


If any Lavatory Smoke Detection System is inoperative:
− Empty waste receptacles.
− Lock the affected lavatory door using external locking device.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):


If any Lavatory Smoke Detection System is inoperative, ensure that the affected lavatory door is
kept locked closed and lavatory is not entered except for flight crew use or inspections.
Flight attendants should be aware of the nearest Portable Fire Extinguishers location.

14-01 Lavatory Smoke Test C 2 0 (O) May be inoperative provided Lavatory


Switches on Flight Smoke Detector is tested once each flight
Attendant Panel day.

◙ PLACARD:
Placard near affected Switch on the Forward FAP – FWD SWITCH INOPERATIVE and/or AFT LH
SWITCH INOPERATIVE, as applicable.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):


None.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):


To test the Forward or Aft Lavatory Smoke Detectors do following steps:
− Airplane is energized (Ground Service Mode does not power DC ESS Buses required to
perform the test).
− Gain access to the associated Smoke Detector and observe a green LED illuminated on it.
− Press and hold Self Test switch ON Fwd/Aft Smoke Detector.
− Listen for alarm signal and verify the red LED is flashing on the Smoke Detector. Verify the
amber light is flashing ON Fwd/Aft Attendant Light Indicator panel.
− Release Self Test switch on Fwd/Aft Smoke Detector.
− Verify alarm signal has ceased and the red LED is OFF on Fwd/Aft Smoke Detector. Verify the
amber light is OFF on Fwd/Aft Attendant Light Indicator panel.
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15-00 Cargo Compartment


Smoke Detection System

1) Forward Cargo C 4 0 I - (O) May be inoperative provided procedures
Compartment Smoke are established and used to ensure the
Detectors associated compartment remains empty, or
is verified to contain only empty cargo
handling equipment, ballast (ballast may be
loaded in ULDs), and /or Fly Away Kits.
C 4 2 II - May be inoperative provided live animals are
not carried in the forward cargo compartment.
2) Aft Cargo/ Baggage C 3 0 I - (O) May be inoperative provided procedures
Compartment Smoke are established and used to ensure the
Detectors associated compartment remains empty, or
is verified to contain only empty cargo
handling equipment, ballast (ballast may be
loaded in ULDs), and /or Fly Away Kits.
C 3 2 II -.
◙ PLACARD:
Placard near affected Cargo Compartment Fire Extinguishing Button – CRG FWD (AFT) SMOKE DET
INOPERATIVE.
NOTE: An inoperative Cargo Compartment Smoke Detector will command the Recirculation Bay Fans
to OFF. Placard if necessary.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):
None.
NOTE: An inoperative Cargo Compartment Smoke Detector will command the Recirculation Bay Fans
to OFF. Placard if necessary.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):
For remarks and exceptions 1) I and 2) I:
Flight dispatcher must inform load agent of cargo restrictions.
The respective cargo compartment can be loaded only with ballast or empty cargo handling
equipment. The flight dispatcher must inform the flight crew and the load agent of cargo
restrictions.
Acceptable ballast may be rocks or sand in bags of 25 kg each.

18-01 In-Flight Entertainment C 1 0 (M) May be inoperative provided IFE is


System (IFE) Smoke deactivated.
Detector

◙ PLACARD:
Placard near IFE Pushbutton on the PC POWER/IFE Control Panel located in the Control Pedestal –
DO NOT USE IFE.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):
Use IFE Rack Pushbutton selected OFF to deactivate the IFE System.
This action causes the IFE Vent Shut-Off Valve to be de-energized. To secure the IFE Vent Shut-Off
Valve closed, refer to AMM TASK 21-28-04-040-801-A.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):
None.
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22-00 APU Fire Extinguishing 1 1 I) Must be operative for airplanes to flying


System To/From EQS (SAVE) and CPC (SAZY) airports.
◙ ◘ C 1 0 II) May be inoperative provided APU is not used.

◙ PLACARD:
Placard near APU Fire Extinguishing Button – APU FIRE EXT INOPERATIVE.
◘ Dispatch/Flight Planning Office shall be notified.
Note: The dispatcher must check the availability of a ground power unit and ground air
conditioning unit at the origin, destination and alternate airports.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):


None.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):


None.

22-09 APU Fire Extinguishing 1 1 I) Must be operative for airplanes to flying


Button Illumination To/From EQS (SAVE) and CPC (SAZY) airports.
◙ ◘
C 1 0 II) - (O) May be inoperative provided APU FIRE
Warning EICAS Message, Master Warning lights,
APU Emergency Stop Button Illumination and
Aural Warning are verified to operate normally.
C 1 0 III) - May be inoperative provided APU is not
used.
◙ PLACARD:
Placard near APU Fire Extinguishing Button – APU FIRE EXT BUTTON LIGHT INOPERATIVE.
◘ Dispatch/Flight Planning Office shall be notified.
Note: In case of APU is not used, the dispatcher must check the availability of a ground power unit
and ground air conditioning unit at the origin, destination and alternate airports.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):
None.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):


For remarks and exceptions II:
Press and hold the Fire Detection Test Button and observe the following EICAS messages, lights
and warnings:
− APU FIRE Warning EICAS Message;
− Master WARNING lights flashing;
− Aural warning (bell) sounds;
− Upper half of the APU Emergency Stop Button illuminates.
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23-00 Cargo Compartment Fire


Extinguishing System

1) Forward Cargo C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided procedures are
Compartment Fire established and used to ensure the
Extinguishing System associated compartment remains empty, or
is verified to contain only empty cargo
handling equipment, ballast (ballast may be
loaded in ULDs), and /or Fly Away Kits.
2) Aft Cargo / Baggage C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided procedures are
Compartment Fire established and used to ensure the
Extinguishing System associated compartment remains empty, or
is verified to contain only empty cargo
handling equipment, ballast (ballast may be
loaded in ULDs), and /or Fly Away Kits.
◙ PLACARD:
Placard near affected Cargo Compartment Fire Extinguishing Button – CRG FWD (AFT) FIRE EXT
INOPERATIVE.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):


None.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):


For Sub-items 1) or 2):
Flight dispatcher must inform load agent of cargo restrictions.

The respective cargo compartment can be loaded only with ballast or empty cargo handling
equipment. The flight dispatcher must inform the flight crew and the load agent of cargo
restrictions.

Acceptable ballast may be rocks or sand in bags of 25 kg each.


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23-13 Cargo Compartment Fire


Extinguishing Buttons
Illumination

1) Forward Cargo C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided procedures are
Compartment Fire established and used to ensure the
Extinguishing Button associated compartment remains empty, or
Illumination is verified to contain only empty cargo
handling equipment, ballast (ballast may be
loaded in ULDs), and /or Fly Away Kits.
2) Aft Cargo / Baggage C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided procedures are
Compartment Fire established and used to ensure the
Extinguishing Button associated compartment remains empty, or
Illumination is verified to contain only empty cargo
handling equipment, ballast (ballast may be
loaded in ULDs), and /or Fly Away Kits.
◙ PLACARD:
Placard near affected Cargo Compartment Fire Extinguishing Button – CRG FWD (AFT) FIRE EXT
BUTTON LIGHT INOPERATIVE.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):


None.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):


For Sub-items 1) or 2):
Flight dispatcher must inform load agent of cargo restrictions.

The respective cargo compartment can be loaded only with ballast or empty cargo handling
equipment. The flight dispatcher must inform the flight crew and the load agent of cargo
restrictions.

Acceptable ballast may be rocks or sand in bags of 25 kg each.

24-01 Portable Fire Extinguishers C 5 4 One may be inoperative or missing provided:


◙ 1) The cockpit portable fire extinguisher is
operative.
◙ PLACARD:
Placard affected Portable Fire Extinguisher – FIRE EXTINGUISHER INOPERATIVE – DO NOT USE.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):


None.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):


None.
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25-00 Lavatory Fire Extinguishing C 2 0 I - For each lavatory, the Lavatory Fire
System Extinguishing System may be inoperative
◙ provided Lavatory Smoke Detection System
operates normally.
C 2 0 II - (M)(O) For each lavatory, the Lavatory Fire
Extinguishing System may be inoperative
provided:
1) Lavatory waste receptacle is empty,
2) Lavatory door is locked closed and
placarded, "INOPERATIVE - DO NOT
ENTER", and
3) Lavatory is used only by crewmembers.
NOTE 1: These provisos are not intended to
prohibit lavatory use or inspections by
crewmembers.
NOTE 2: A lavatory fire extinguisher system is
not required for all-cargo operations.
◙ PLACARD:
Placard associated Lavatory Fire Extinguisher – LAV FIRE EXT INOPERATIVE.
Placard associated Lavatory Door – INOPERATIVE – DO NOT ENTER.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):


For remarks and exceptions II:
If any Lavatory Smoke Detection System is inoperative:
− Empty waste receptacles.
− Lock the affected lavatory door using external locking device.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):


For remarks and exceptions II:
If any Lavatory Smoke Detection System is inoperative, ensure that the affected lavatory door is
kept locked closed and lavatory is not entered except for flight crew use or inspections.
Flight attendants should be aware of the nearest Portable Fire Extinguishers location.

27-01 Lavatory Fire Extinguishing Reserved.


System
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03-01 Flight Control Panel 27-1
03-04 Pitch Trim System Channel Cutout Pushbutton Illumination 27-2
11-12 ROLL CONTROL DISC Advisory EICAS Message 27-2
14-01 Roll Trim Position Indication on EICAS 27-3
14-02 Aileron Trim System 27-4
23-03 Rudder Pedal Adjustment System 27-4
24-01 Yaw Trim Position Indication on EICAS 27-5
31-06 PITCH CONTROL DISC Advisory EICAS Message 27-5
33-05 Elevator Thrust Compensation (ETC) Function 27-6
33-06 Tail Strike Avoidance 27-6
36-01 Stick Shakers 27-7
41-01 Pitch Trim Position Indication on EICAS 27-7
41-09 Auto Config Trim Function 27-8
43-02 Pitch Trim Switches 27-8
53-00 Slat/Flap Electrical System 27-9
53-02 Slat/Flap Actuator Control Electronic (SF-ACE) Channels 27-10
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00-00 Flight Controls Systems


1) Systems Faults. A 1 0 May be dispatched with FLT CTRL FAULT


Advisory EICAS message system faults provided
repairs are made within 48 hours.
◙ PLACARD
Placard on the center panel near EICAS Display – FLT CTRL SYS INOPERATIVE -
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)
None.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)
None.
NOTE: Depending on the cause of the FLT CTRL FAULT message, the Flight Controls System
Hydraulic PBIT may or may not be inhibited. In any case, HYD PBIT Remaining Time readout
indication on Flight Controls Synoptic Page allows flight crew to foresee when PBIT expires.

03-01 Flight Controls Panel


1) Flight Control mode C 3 0 (O) May be inoperative provided the associated


Pushbuttons Illumination pushbutton is verified operative and no
ELEVATOR FAULT, RUDDER FAULT or
SPOILER FAULT is present.
2) Stick Shaker System C 2 0 (O) May be inoperative provided the associated
Cutout Pushbutton pushbutton is verified operative.
Illumination

◙ PLACARD
Placard on the Flight Control Panel – ELEVATOR PB ILLUMINATION INOP, SPOILER PB
ILLUMINATION INOP, RUDDER PB ILLUMINATION INOP as required.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)


None.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)


In order to confirm that the pushbuttons retain their function, do the following operational test.
For sub-item 1):
For Flight Control Mode Pushbuttons Illumination inoperative:
- Push IN the pushbutton and observe the associated ELEVATOR FAULT, SPOILER FAULT or
RUDDER FAULT message.
- Push OUT the pushbutton and the message will be cleared.
If ELEVATOR FAULT, SPOILER FAULT or RUDDER FAULT message remains present, do not
dispatch.
For sub-item 2):
For Stick Shaker System Cutout Pushbutton Illumination inoperative:
- Push IN the pushbutton and the associated SHAKER 1(2) FAIL will be displayed.
- Push OUT and the message will be cleared.
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03-04 Pitch Trim System C 2 0 (M) May be inoperative provided the pitch trim
Channel Cutout channels are verified operative
Pushbutton Illumination

◙ PLACARD
Placard above PITCH TRIM panel – CUTOUT PUSHBUTTON ILLUMINATION INOPERATIVE.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)
Perform AMM TASK 27-03-04-040-801-A.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)


None.

11-12 ROLL CONTROL DISC B 1 0 (M) (O) May be inoperative provided:


Advisory EICAS Message 1) Both control wheels are verified to be
◙ ◘ connected before each flight,
2) Autopilot is considered inoperative. See
MEL item 22-10-00,
3) RVSM Operations are not performed.
4) VNAV / BARO-VNAV Operations are not
conducted through Autopilot,
5) CAT II and CAT IIIA Operations are not
performed, and
6) RNP APCH Operation are not performed.
◙ PLACARD
Placard above EICAS display – ROLL CONTROL DISC MSG INOPERATIVE.
◘ Dispatch/Flight Planning Office shall be notified.
DECREE (PEN) 671/94 “FLIGHT CREW MAXIMUM TIME FOR SERVICE, FLIGHT AND MINIMUM TIME FOR REST”
ARTICLE N°10: IF THE AIRCRAFT AUTOPILOT SYSTEM AND/OR THE RADAR AND/OR THE CABIN
PRESSURIZATION SYSTEM IS NOT AVAILABLE WHEN FLIGHT STARTS, THE MAXIMUM FLIGHT TIME,
FOR A 24 HOURS PERIOD, WILL BE REDUCED AS FOLLOW:
a) AIRCRAFT AUTOPILOT SYSTEM AND/OR METEOROLOGICAL RADAR: (15%) FIFTEEN PERCENT.
b) AIRCRAFT CABIN PRESSURIZATION SYSTEM: (10%) TEN PERCENT.
c) FOR ITEM a) IN CONJUNCTION WITH b) THE LIMITATION WILL BE THE SUM OF THE RESPECTIVE
PERCENTAGES.
NOTE: ITEM a) IS ONLY APPLICABLE FOR FLIGHT CREW.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)
When RVSM operations can not be performed, then:
 Record on Aircraft Log Book “No RVSM Operations”,
 Placard “No RVSM” near Master Caution/Master Warning Lights (Both Sides) on the
glareshield, and
 Notify to SOC (System Operation Control) office by means of a written message.

When CAT IIIA operations can not be performed, then:


 Record on Aircraft Log Book “NO CAT II operations”.
 Placard “NO CAT IIIA” must be placed in the area near Master Caution/Master Warning
Lights (Both Sides) on the glareshield, and
 Notify the NO CAT IIIA condition to SOC (System Operation Control) Office by means of a
written message.
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11-12 ROLL CONTROL DISC Advisory EICAS Message Continued from the previous page.
When VNAV / BARO-VNAV operations are not conducted through Autopilot, then:
 Record on Aircraft Log Book “No VNAV / BARO-VNAV Operations through Autopilot”,
 Placard “No VNAV / BARO-VNAV Operations through A/P” near VNAV pushbutton on the
GP, and
 Notify to SOC (System Operation Control) office by means of a written message.
When CAT II operations can not be performed, then:
 Record on Aircraft Log Book “NO CAT II operations”.
 Placard “NO CAT II” must be placed in the area near Master Caution/Master Warning Lights
(Both Sides) on the glareshield, and
 Notify the NO CAT II condition to SOC (System Operation Control) Office by means of a
written message.
When RNP APCH operations can not be performed, then:
 Record on Aircraft Log Book “NO RNP APCH operations”.
 Placard “NO RNP APCH” must be placed in the area near Master Caution/Master Warning
Lights (Both Sides) on the glareshield, and
 Notify the NO RNP APCH condition to SOC (System Operation Control) Office by means of
a written message.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)
Roll Control Mechanical Interconnection check:
Hold Left Control Wheel firmly in neutral position, then try to turn Right Control Wheel to left and
right.
If relative movement between both control wheels is not observed, then the aileron mechanical
interconnection is connected.
If unable to comply RVSM operations, flight must be performed below designated RVSM airspace.
NOTE: In case of both Autopilot Channels are inoperative; the VNAV or Baro-VNAV operations
could be performed through Flight Director.
If is it not possible to comply with CAT II operations, the landing must be performed under other
than CAT II conditions.
If is it not possible to comply with CAT IIIA operations, the landing must be performed under other
than CAT IIIA conditions.
If is it not possible to comply with Baro-VNAV operations, the approach must be performed under
other than Baro-VNAV operations
If is it not possible to comply with RNP APCH operations, the approach must be performed under
other than RNP APCH operations.

14-01 Roll Trim Position C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided Ailerons are
Indication on EICAS verified centered before each flight.

◙ PLACARD
Placard above EICAS display – ROLL TRIM POS INDIC INOPERATIVE.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)
None.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)
With Hydraulic Systems 2 and 3 pressurized, actuate Roll Trim switch in appropriate direction until
verify Control Wheels and Ailerons in neutral position. Verify ailerons in neutral position on the MFD
Flight Controls Synoptic Page or visually inspecting it.
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14-02 Aileron Trim System C 1 0 (M) May be inoperative provided aileron trim
◙ actuator is deactivated at neutral position.
NOTE: Roll Trim position indication on EICAS
will be inoperative.
◙ PLACARD
Placard above EICAS display – ROLL TRIM INOPERATIVE.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)
The aileron trim actuator must be on neutral position.
To deactivate the actuator:

 Install GSE 233 in the pilot and copilot yoke and in the LH and RH aileron control stub.
 On the MCDU open the SSPC ROLL TRIM PWR-SPDA1.
 Disconnect the electrical connector from the aileron trim actuator and put a protective cap
on it and on the actuator.

NOTE: The electrical connector can be attached to the structure to prevent damange to it during
flight.

 Remove GSE 233 in the pilot and copilot yoke and in the LH and RH aileron control stub.

NOTE:
 If the aileron trim actuator is not on the neutral position, dispatch is not allowed.
 The autopilot is still available.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)


None.

23-03 Rudder Pedal Adjustment C 2 0 I - May be inoperative provided Rudder Pedals


System position is acceptable to the affected flight
◙ crewmember.
C 2 0 II - (M) May be inoperative provided Rudder
Pedals may be adjusted to suit individual pilot
requirements.
◙ PLACARD
Placard near affected Rudder Pedal Adjustment controls – INOPERATIVE.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)


For remarks and exceptions II:
Refer to AMM TASK 27-23-03-040-801A if necessary to adjust Rudder Pedals to suit individual
pilot requirements.
If necessary, refer to AMM TASK 27-23-03-000-801-A for affected Rudder-Pedal Adjustment
Actuator removal and then adjust pedals position as described above until pedals reach position
required by affected flight crewmember.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)


None.
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24-01 Yaw Trim Position C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided Rudder is


Indication on EICAS verified centered before each flight.

◙ PLACARD
Placard above EICAS display – YAW TRIM POS INDIC INOPERATIVE.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)
None.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)
Rudder in Neutral Position check:
With Hydraulic Systems 1 and 3 pressurized, actuate Yaw Trim knob in appropriate direction until
verify Rudder Pedals and Rudder in neutral position. Verify Rudder in neutral position on the MFD
Flight Controls Synoptic Page or by visually inspecting it.

31-06 PITCH CONTROL DISC B 1 0 (M) (O) May be inoperative provided:


Advisory EICAS Message 1) Both control columns are verified to be
◙ ◘ connected before each flight,
2) Autopilot is considered inoperative. See
MEL Item 22-10-00,
3) RVSM Operations are not performed,
4) VNAV / BARO-VNAV Operations are not
conducted through Autopilot,
5) CAT II and CAT IIIA Operations are not
performed, and
6) RNP APCH Operation are not performed.
◙ PLACARD
Placard above EICAS display – PITCH CONTROL DISC MSG INOPERATIVE.
◘ Dispatch/Flight Planning Office shall be notified.
DECREE (PEN) 671/94 “FLIGHT CREW MAXIMUM TIME FOR SERVICE, FLIGHT AND MINIMUM TIME FOR REST”
ARTICLE N°10: IF THE AIRCRAFT AUTOPILOT SYSTEM AND/OR THE RADAR AND/OR THE CABIN
PRESSURIZATION SYSTEM IS NOT AVAILABLE WHEN FLIGHT STARTS, THE MAXIMUM FLIGHT TIME,
FOR A 24 HOURS PERIOD, WILL BE REDUCED AS FOLLOW:
a) AIRCRAFT AUTOPILOT SYSTEM AND/OR METEOROLOGICAL RADAR: (15%) FIFTEEN PERCENT.
b) AIRCRAFT CABIN PRESSURIZATION SYSTEM: (10%) TEN PERCENT.
c) FOR ITEM a) IN CONJUNCTION WITH b) THE LIMITATION WILL BE THE SUM OF THE RESPECTIVE
PERCENTAGES.
NOTE: ITEM a) IS ONLY APPLICABLE FOR FLIGHT CREW.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)
When RVSM operations can not be performed, then:
 Record on Aircraft Log Book “No RVSM Operations”,
 Placard “No RVSM” near Master Caution/Master Warning Lights (Both Sides) on the
glareshield, and
 Notify to SOC (System Operation Control) office by means of a written message.
When CAT IIIA operations can not be performed, then:
 Record on Aircraft Log Book “NO CAT II operations”.
 Placard “NO CAT IIIA” must be placed in the area near Master Caution/Master Warning
Lights (Both Sides) on the glareshield, and
 Notify the NO CAT IIIA condition to SOC (System Operation Control) Office by means of a
written message.
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31-06 PITCH CONTROL DISC Advisory EICAS Message. Continued from the previous page.
When VNAV / BARO-VNAV operations are not conducted through Autopilot, then:
 Record on Aircraft Log Book “No VNAV / BARO-VNAV Operations through Autopilot”,
 Placard “No VNAV / BARO-VNAV Operations through A/P” near VNAV pushbutton on the
GP, and
 Notify to SOC (System Operation Control) office by means of a written message.

When CAT II operations can not be performed, then:


 Record on Aircraft Log Book “NO CAT II operations”.
 Placard “NO CAT II” must be placed in the area near Master Caution/Master Warning Lights
(Both Sides) on the glareshield, and
 Notify the NO CAT II condition to SOC (System Operation Control) Office by means of a
written message.

When RNP APCH operations can not be performed, then:


 Record on Aircraft Log Book “NO RNP APCH operations”.
 Placard “NO RNP APCH” must be placed in the area near Master Caution/Master Warning
Lights (Both Sides) on the glareshield, and
 Notify the NO RNP APCH condition to SOC (System Operation Control) Office by means of
a written message.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)


Elevator Mechanical Interconnection check:
Hold Left Control Column firmly in neutral position, then try to move Right Control Column forward
and backward.
If relative movement between both control columns is not observed, then the elevator mechanical
interconnection is connected.
NOTE: In case of both Autopilot Channels are inoperative, the VNAV or Baro-VNAV operation could
be performed through Flight Director.
If unable to comply RVSM operations, flight must be performed below designated RVSM airspace.
If is it not possible to comply with CAT II operations, the landing must be performed under other
than CAT II conditions.
If is it not possible to comply with CAT IIIA operations, the landing must be performed under other
than CAT IIIA conditions.
If is it not possible to comply with Baro-VNAV operations, the approach must be performed under
other than Baro-VNAV operations
If is it not possible to comply with RNP APCH operations, the approach must be performed under
other than RNP APCH operations.

33-05 Elevator Thrust Deleted.


Compensation (ETC)
Function

33-06 Tail Strike Avoidance C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided tail strike
◙ avoidance procedures are established and
use.
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33-06 Tail Strike Avoidance. Continued from the previous page.


◙ PLACARD
Placard above EICAS display – TAILSTRIKE PROT INOPERATIVE.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)
None.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)
During Takeoff:
With the Tail Strike Avoidance System inoperative, initiate rotation smoothly and with positive rate
of climb follow the flight director guidance.
During Landing:
Maximum Pitch ............................................................ 10°

36-01 Stick Shakers B 2 1 (O) One may be inoperative provided Stall


◙ Warning is verified to operate normally
before each flight.
◙ PLACARD
Placard above EICAS display – STK SHKR 1 (2) INOPERATIVE.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)
None.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)
Ensure that the remaining Stick Shaker is operating normally before each flight:
BEFORE START
Stall Warning ................................................................ TEST
Verify inoperative Stick Shaker cutout button pushed IN.
Verify remaining Stick Shaker cutout button pushed OUT and no striped white bar illuminated.
Perform the stall warning test via MCDU (MENU  MISC  TEST  NEXT  STALL TEST).
If control columns vibrate for few seconds, remaining Stick Shaker is operating properly.

41-01 Pitch Trim Position B 1 0 (M) (O) May be inoperative provided horizontal
Indication on EICAS stabilizer position is set by means of
◙ markings on tail cone before each flight.

◙ PLACARD
Placard above EICAS display – PITCH TRIM POS INDIC INOPERATIVE.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)
Make sure that Pitch Trim Systems 1 and 2 operate normally. Refer to AMM TASK 27-03-04-710-
801-A.
If necessary, perform AMM TASK 27-00-00-070-801-A (Flight Controls System Return-to-Service).
Make sure that the EICAS message FLT CTRL NO DISPATCH is not displayed.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)


Before takeoff, check that horizontal stabilizer is correctly set according to CG position by looking
at pitch trim marks on tail cone.
NOTE:
 The pitch trim marks on EMBRAER 190 tail cone represent, respectively, 4° DOWN, 0°
(neutral), and 11° UP. Each intermediate mark represents a 1° variation. Observe takeoff
green band varying from 2° DOWN to 4° UP (airplane nose up).
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41-09 Auto Config trim Function Deleted.

43-02 Pitch Trim Switches



1) Pitch Trim Switches on C 2 1
Yoke
2) Backup Trim Switch on C 1 0 May be inoperative provided both Pitch Trim
the Control Pedestal Switches on Yokes are operating normally.
◙ PLACARD
For the Pitch Trim Switch on yoke inoperative, placard above EICAS display – PITCH TRIM SW 1
(2) INOPERATIVE.
For the Backup Pitch Trim Switch inoperative, placard on the control pedestal – BCKUP PTRIM SW
INOPERATIVE.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)


None.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)


None.
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53-00 Slat/Flap Electrical System B 4 3 (M) (O) Slat channel 01 or Flap channel 02 may
◙ ◘ be inoperative provided:
1) Affected channel is deactivated,
2) Slat Channel 02 and Flap Channel 01 are
verified operative, and
3) There are no obstacles in the Net Takeoff
Flight Path above Level Off Height.
NOTE: Flaps or Slats will operate at half
extension and retraction rates.
◙ PLACARD
Placard above EICAS display – ONE FLAP (SLAT) CH INOPERATIVE.
◘ Dispatch/Flight Planning Office shall be notified.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)
The Clear Inhibits procedure may be used to clear transitory failures of the Flap Control System. If
applicable, perform the Clear Inhibits procedure on the CMC for Flap or Slat Channel failure:
To accomplish this task, refer to AMM TASK 45-45-00-970-805-A/200 to access the test pages on
the CMC for different airplane systems.
FLAPS-ACE 1:
− 27 – FLIGHT CONTROLS;
− 53 – FLAP ACTUATOR CNTL ELECTRONICS 1;
− FLAPS-ACE1 CLEAR INHIBITS;
− Push the FLAPS CLEAR INHIBITS button for SF-ACE 1 FLAPS CHANNEL.

FLAPS-ACE 2:
− 27 – FLIGHT CONTROLS;
− 53 – FLAP ACTUATOR CNTL ELECTRONICS 2;
− FLAPS-ACE2 CLEAR INHIBITS;
− Push the FLAPS CLEAR INHIBITS button for SF-ACE 2 FLAPS CHANNEL.

SLATS-ACE 1:
− 27 – FLIGHT CONTROLS;
− 83 – SLAT ACTUATOR CNTL ELECTRONICS 1;
− SF-ACE1 SLATS CLEAR INHIBITS;
− Push the SLATS CLEAR INHIBITS button for SF-ACE 1 SLATS CHANNEL.

SLATS-ACE 2:
− 27 – FLIGHT CONTROLS;
− 83 – SLAT ACTUATOR CNTL ELECTRONICS 2;
− SF-ACE2 SLATS CLEAR INHIBITS;
− Push the SLATS CLEAR INHIBITS button for SF-ACE 2 SLATS CHANNEL.

After performing the Clear Inhibits procedure, check that Flap channel 1 and Slat channel 2 operate
normally through the following test:
- If the EICAS message FLAP LO RATE is displayed:
FLAP ACE 2 CB (RHCBP)...............................PULL
Make sure that the EICAS message FLAP FAIL is not displayed.
FLAP ACE 2 CB (RHCBP)...............................PUSH IN
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53-00 Slat/Flap Electrical System - Continued from the previous page.

- If the EICAS message SLAT LO RATE Message is displayed:


SLAT ACE 1 CB (LHCBP)................................PULL
Make sure that the EICAS message SLAT FAIL is not displayed.
SLAT ACE 1 CB (LHCBP)................................PUSH IN

If the EICAS message AFCS FAULT is displayed before the Flap or Slat channel deactivation or
during airplane power-up, perform the preceding test again.
To deactivate the affected Flap channel 2 or Slat channel 1, proceed as follows:
- Access the middle avionics compartment:
- in zone 199, open access door 199AL;
- In zone 147, open and remove access door 147AL. Refer to AMM TASK 52-46-00-000-
801-A.
- In the middle avionics compartment, open the following circuit breakers and install a "INOP –
DO NO OPERATE" ring and tag:
• SLAT ACE1 AC PWR-LICC (AC BUS 1), for Slat channel 1,
- OR -
• FLAP ACE2 AC PWR-RICC (AC BUS 2), for the Flap channel 2
- Close the access to the middle avionics compartment:
- In zone 147, install and close access door 147AL (refer to AMM TASK 52-46-00-400-
801-A).
- in zone 199, close access door 199AL.

NOTE: If a Position Sensor Unit (PSU) controlled through SF-ACE 2 fails, the "VMO" flag on IESS
may be displayed. In this case, IESS VMO/MMO Barber Pole is inoperative. To dispatch the
airplane accordingly, refer to MEL item 34-11-00.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)

The flap/slat low rate condition requires that during takeoff, all obstacles are cleared below Net
Level Off Height. This means that after the takeoff second segment all obstacles are already
cleared.

In the CAFM, the takeoff path performance options to clear all obstacles below Net Level off Height
are:
Flight Path Analysis Option ..............................Second Segment obstacle clearance.
NOTE: The calculation policies defined by Austral´s Flight Operations Engineering for the takeoff
data, consider second segment obstacle clearance flight path options.
NOTE: In case the EICAS message FLAP LO RATE is displayed due to PSU failure, the EICAS
message AUTOLAND 1(2) NOT AVAIL is displayed.

53-02 Slat/Flap Actuator Control Deleted.


Electronic (SF-ACE)
Channels
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00-00 Fuel System Synoptic Displays (MFD Fuel Page) 28-1


11-05 Drain Valves 28-1
13-00 Auxiliary Fuel System 28-1
14-03 Fwd and Aft Auxiliary Tank Vent Shutoff Valve 28-1
21-16 Crossfeed Override Function 28-1
21-33 FUEL AC PUMP 1 (2) FAIL Advisory EICAS Message 28-2
22-01 DC Pump 28-3
22-07 APU Fuel Shutoff Valve 28-4
22-08 APU Fuel Feed Line 28-4
22-17 APU FUEL SOV CLOSED Status EICAS Message 28-5
22-19 APU FUEL SOV FAIL Caution EICAS Message 28-5
23-00 Pressure Refueling/Defueling System 28-6
23-09 Fuel Quantity Indication on Refueling Panel 28-6
23-13 Pressure Refueling/ Defueling Adapter Cap 28-6
23-21 Defueling Shutoff Valve 28-7
23-27 RH/LH Tank Refueling Shutoff Valve Closed Indication Light on the Refueling 28-7
Panel
23-29 Defueling Shutoff Valve Open Indication Light on the Refueling Panel 28-7
23-31 DEFUEL SOV OPEN Advisory EICAS Message 28-8
41-00 Wing Fuel Quantity Indication on EICAS and MFD 28-8
42-00 Magnetic Level Indicators 28-9
43-00 Fuel Temperature Indicating System 28-9
44-00 FUEL 1 (2) LO LEVEL Warning EICAS Message 28-9
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1. REPAIR INTERVAL 2. NUMBER INSTALLED

ITEM 3. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH


4. REMARKS AND/OR EXCEPTIONS

00-00 Fuel System Synoptic C 2 0 (O) MFD Indications not addressed elsewhere in
Displays (MFD Fuel Page) the MEL may be inoperative.

◙ PLACARD
Placard affected indication – FUEL SYS IND INOPERATIVE.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)


None.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)


MFD indications other than those addressed in the MEL may be inoperative and dispatched under
this relief.

CAUTION: THIS RELIEF IS NOT INTENDED TO BE USED FOR DISPATCH OF SYSTEMS’ FAILURES,
BUT THEIR INDICATION ON THE MFD SYNOPTIC PAGE. REFER TO ASSOCIATED EICAS
MESSAGES FOR SYSTEMS’STATUSES.

Make sure that the inoperative MFD Fuel Synoptic Page Indication is not one of those:

Sequence
Chapter Item Description
Number

Fuel Quantity Indication on EICAS


28 41-00
and MFD

11-05 Drain Valves Reserved.

13-00 Auxiliary Fuel System Reserved.

14-03 Fwd and Aft Auxiliary Reserved.


Tank Vent Shutoff Valve

21-16 Crossfeed Override Reserved.


Function
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4. REMARKS AND/OR EXCEPTIONS

21-33 FUEL AC PUMP 1 (2) FAIL C 2 0 (M) (O) May be inoperative provided associated
Advisory EICAS Message pump is verified to operate normally
◙ before each flight.
◙ PLACARD
Placard above EICAS display – FUEL AC 1 (2) PUMP FAIL MSG INOPERATIVE.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)


To verify that the Fuel AC Pump operates normally, either the maintenance or the operational
procedures are adequate.
If applicable, verify that the Fuel AC Pump operates normally performing a fuel transfer operation to
the tank on the opposite side of the pump with associated failed caution message. For example, if
FUEL AC 1 PUMP FAIL message is present, transfer fuel from left to right wing. If operation may be
accomplished, AC Pump 1 is operating normally. To accomplish the fuel transfer, refer to AMM
TASK 28-20-00-910-801-A. Check the Fuel Maximum Quantity and Fuel Quantity Transferred
values as presented in the following operational procedure.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)


To verify that the Fuel AC Pump operates normally, either the maintenance or the operational
procedures are adequate.

To verify that the associated Fuel AC Pump operates normally, perform the following operational
check:

Check fuel temperature on the MFD Fuel Synoptic Page and verify if the opposite fuel tank quantity
for that temperature is lower than the values presented on the following table:

FUEL
TEMPERATURE kg lb
(°C)
-40 6780 14950
-30 6720 14820
-20 6660 14680
-10 6600 14550
0 6540 14420
10 6480 14290
15 6450 14220
20 6420 14150
30 6360 14020
40 6300 13890
52 6230 13730

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4. REMARKS AND/OR EXCEPTIONS

21-33 FUEL AC 1 (2) PUMP FAIL Caution (Advisory) EICAS Message - Continued from the
previous page.
CAUTION: DO NOT PERFORM THIS PROCEDURE IF FUEL TANK QUANTITY IS ABOVE THESE
VALUES.

XFEED Knob................................................................. OFF

Check initial Fuel Tank Quantity on the associated fuel tank:

NOTE: The terminology “Associated” refers to the same side as indicated by the FUEL AC PUMP
1(2) message.

Opposite Side Engine ...................................................START/IDLE


Associated Engine ........................................................SHUTDOWN

Set the XFEED Knob to the side of the operating engine for two minutes.

NOTE: FUEL XFEED FAIL Caution EICAS message may be displayed.

XFEED Knob................................................................. OFF

Verify that initial Fuel Tank Quantity on the associated Fuel Tank decreases at least 30 kg (60 lb). If
operation may be accomplished, the associated fuel pump is operating normally.

22-01 DC Pump B 1 0 (M) May be inoperative provided:


◙ 1) DC Pump is deactivated,
2) DC Pump remains selected off, and
3) AC Power is available.
◙ PLACARD
Placard near the DC Pump selector knob – DC PUMP INOPERATIVE.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)


To deactivate DC Pump, refer to AMM TASK 28-22-01-040-801-A.

NOTE: AC Ground Power is only necessary to start the APU or Engines for the first time. If APU or
Engine is running and AC Power is available, no AC Ground Cart is necessary.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)


None.
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ITEM 3. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH


4. REMARKS AND/OR EXCEPTIONS

22-07 APU Fuel Shutoff Valve 1 1 I) Must be operative for airplanes to flying
◙ ◘ To/From EQS (SAVE) and CPC (SAZY) airports.
C 1 0 II) (M) May be inoperative provided:
1) APU is not used, and
2) Valve is secured closed.
◙ PLACARD
Placard APU Control Panel – APU FUEL SOV INOP – DO NOT USE APU.
◘ Dispatch/Flight Planning Office shall be notified.
Note: The dispatcher must check the availability of a ground power unit and ground air
conditioning unit at the origin, destination and alternate airports.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)
For remarks and exceptions II):
To secure the APU Fuel Shutoff Valve closed, refer to AMM TASK 28-22-07-040-801.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)


None.

22-08 APU Fuel Feed Line 1 1 I) Must be operative for airplanes to flying
◙ ◘ To/From EQS (SAVE) and CPC (SAZY) airports.

C 1 0 II) (M) May be inoperative provided:


1) APU fuel feed line is drained,
2) APU fuel SOV is secured closed, and,
3) APU is not used.
◙ PLACARD
Placard APU Control Panel – APU FUEL LINE INOPERATIVE – DO NOT USE APU.
◘ Dispatch/Flight Planning Office shall be notified.

Note: The dispatcher must check the availability of a ground power unit and ground air
conditioning unit at the origin, destination and alternate airports.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)


For remarks and exceptions II):
To drain the APU Fuel Feed Line, refer to AMM TASK 28-22-08-040-801-A.
To secure the APU Fuel Shutoff Valve closed, refer to AMM TASK 28-22-07-040-801.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)


None.
NOTE: The EICAS message APU FUEL SOV CLOSED is displayed due to APU fuel shutoff valve
secured closed.
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4. REMARKS AND/OR EXCEPTIONS

22-17 APU FUEL SOV CLOSED 1 1 I) Must be operative for airplanes to flying
Status EICAS Message To/From EQS (SAVE) and CPC (SAZY) airports.
◙ ◘
B 1 0 II) - (M) May be inoperative provided:
1) APU is used only on the ground, and
2) APU Fuel Shutoff Valve is verified closed
after APU shutdown.
B 1 0 III) - May be inoperative provided APU is not
used.
◙ PLACARD
Placard above EICAS display – APU FUEL SOV CLOSED MSG INOPERATIVE – USE APU ONLY ON
GROUND or DO NOT USE APU.
◘ Dispatch/Flight Planning Office shall be notified.
Note: If APU is not used, the dispatcher must check the availability of a ground power unit and
ground air conditioning unit at the origin, destination and alternate airports.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)


For remarks and exceptions II:
To verify APU Fuel Shutoff Valve closed, refer to AMM TASK 28-22-07-040-801.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)


None.

22-19 APU FUEL SOV FAIL 1 1 I) Must be operative for airplanes to flying
Caution EICAS Message To/From EQS (SAVE) and CPC (SAZY) airports.
◙ ◘ B 1 0 II) - (M) May be inoperative provided:
1) APU is used only on the ground, and
2) APU Fuel Shutoff Valve is verified closed
after APU shutdown.
B 1 0 III) - May be inoperative provided APU is not
used.
◙ PLACARD
Placard above EICAS display – APU FUEL SOV FAIL MSG INOPERATIVE – USE APU ONLY ON
GROUND or DO NOT USE APU.
◘ Dispatch/Flight Planning Office shall be notified.
Note: If APU is not used, the dispatcher must check the availability of a ground power unit and
ground air conditioning unit at the origin, destination and alternate airports.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)


For remarks and exceptions II:
To verify APU Fuel Shutoff Valve closed, refer to AMM TASK 28-22-07-040-801.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)


None.
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ITEM 3. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH


4. REMARKS AND/OR EXCEPTIONS

23-00 Pressure Refueling/ C 1 0 I - (M) May be inoperative provided airplane is


Defueling System refueled by gravity.

1) Automatic mode C 1 0 I - (M) May be inoperative provided airplane is
refueled by pressures manual mode or by
gravity.
◙ PLACARD
Placard Pressure Refueling/Defueling Panel – PRESSURE REFUEL/DEFUEL INOPERATIVE.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)
For remarks and exceptions I:
To refuel by gravity, refer to AOM 13-25 – Gravity Fueling, or AMM TASK 12-11-03-650-801-A.
For sub-item 1) I:
To refuel by pressure manual mode, refer to AOM 13-25 – Pressure Fueling, or AMM TASK 12-11-
01-650-801-A.
To refuel by gravity, refer to AOM 13-25 – Gravity Fueling, or AMM TASK 12-11-03-650-801-A.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)
None.

23-09 Fuel Quantity Indication on C 1 0 (M) May be inoperative provided airplane is


Refueling Panel refueled by pressure manual mode or by
◙ gravity.
◙ PLACARD
Placard Pressure Refueling/Defueling Panel – FUEL QTY IND INOPERATIVE.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)
To refuel by pressure manual mode, refer to AOM 13-25 – Pressure Fueling, or AMM TASK 12-11-
01-650-801-A.
To refuel by gravity, refer to AOM 13-25 – Gravity Fueling, or AMM TASK 12-11-03-650-801-A.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)
None.

23-13 Pressure Refueling/ C 1 0 (M) May be inoperative or missing provided:


Defueling Adapter Cap 1) Refueling receptacle is visually checked
◙ for contamination before each refueling, and
2) No leakage can be detected after
refueling is completed.
◙ PLACARD
Placard near Pressure Refueling/Defueling Adapter – CAP REMOVED.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)
To visually check the adapter for evidence of contamination before each refueling and visually
check the adapter for evidence of leakage after refueling is complete; refer to AMM TASK 12-11-01
650-801-A.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)


None.
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ITEM 3. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH


4. REMARKS AND/OR EXCEPTIONS

23-21 Defueling Shutoff Valve C 1 0 (M) May be inoperative provided shutoff valve
◙ is secured closed.

◙ PLACARD
Placard Refueling/Defueling Panel – DEFUEL SOV INOPERATIVE.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)


To secure the Defueling Shutoff Valve closed, refer to AMM TASK 28-23-21-040-801-A.

NOTE: The EICAS message DEFUEL SOV OPEN may be displayed when the electrical connector is
isolated.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)


None.

23-27 RH/LH Tank Refueling C 2 0 (M) May be inoperative provided valve is


Shutoff Valve Closed confirmed closed prior to each refueling.
Indication Light on the
Refueling Panel

◙ PLACARD
Placard near the affected Refueling Shutoff Valve Closed Indication Light – INOPERATIVE.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)


To verify that Refueling Shutoff Valve is closed prior to each refueling, refer to AMM TASK 28-23-
27-040-801-A.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)


None.

23-29 Defueling Shutoff Valve C 1 0 (M) May be inoperative provided shutoff valve
Open Indication Light on is verified closed and then after each
the Refueling Panel subsequent defueling.

◙ PLACARD
Placard near the affected Defueling Shutoff Valve Open Indication Light – INOPERATIVE.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)


On the main landing gear compartment, check that the position indicator on the defueling SOV
actuator is in the CLOSED position. If not, move it to the CLOSED position and secure with
lockwire.

NOTE: Defueling Shutoff Valve is verified closed once and then after each subsequent defueling.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)


None.
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ITEM 3. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH


4. REMARKS AND/OR EXCEPTIONS

23-31 DEFUEL SOV OPEN C 1 0 (M) May be inoperative provided shutoff valve
Advisory EICAS Message is secured closed except for defueling.

◙ PLACARD
Placard above EICAS display – DEFUEL VALVE OPEN MSG INOPERATIVE.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)
To secure the Defueling Shutoff Valve closed, refer to AMM TASK 28-23-21-04-040-801-A.
NOTE: The DEFUEL SOV OPEN Advisory EICAS message may be displayed when electrical
connector is isolated.
NOTE: The Defuel Valve may be unlocked to accomplish a defueling procedure, if necessary.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)
None.

41-00 Wing Fuel Quantity A 6 3 (M) (O) Indications for one wing tank may be
Indication on EICAS and inoperative provided:
MFD 1) Fuel quantity in associated tank is verified
◙ by an alternate means,
2) Fuel flow and fuel used indications are
available, and are monitored throughout flight.
3) Associated FUEL 1(2) LO LEVEL Warning
EICAS message is operative, and
4) Repairs are made within three flight days.
◙ PLACARD
Placard below MFD or EICAS displays – FUEL QTY IND INOPERATIVE.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)
To determine fuel quantity using Magnetic Level Indicators, refer to AMM TASK 12-11-07-200-
801-B. Perform this check after each refueling procedure.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)
With both engines running, enter fuel on board manually on the MCDU PERFORMANCE INIT Page
3/3. Do not accept the quantity indicated by the gauge (indication inside brackets).
Monitor FUEL FLOW indications on EICAS and FUEL USED indication on MFD Fuel System Page
during the flight.
To determine fuel remaining in the affected tank, assuming crossfeed valve remaining closed and
that both engines FUEL FLOW indications are approximately the same:
 Access MCDU FUEL MGT Pages 1/2 and 2/2 then subtract the appropriate FUEL USED
value from the initial fuel on board in the affected tank, and, if applicable,
 Subtract APU fuel consumption from FUEL USED indication, and then subtract half of this
value from the initial fuel on board in the affected tank. The APU fuel consumption, from
Tank 2, is presented by AOM section 6-07.
NOTE: FUEL IMBALANCE Caution and FUEL EQUAL-XFEED OPEN Advisory EICAS Messages will be
inhibited.
If APU start in flight is required, verify that FUEL USED indication on MFD remains operational after
APU start. If it displays dashes, monitor Fuel Used indication available on MCDU FLIGHT
SUMMARY Page 1/1 or MCDU FUEL MGT Pages 1/2 and 2/2 throughout the rest of the flight.
NOTE: - The number installed refers to three indications for the left wing tank and three indications
for right wing tank fuel quantities, one on each display unit (left-hand MFD, right-hand MFD
and EICAS).
- The wing fuel indications dispatched inoperative will be dashed. As a result, the Total
Fuel Quantity indication on MFD and EICAS will be dashed.
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ITEM 3. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH


4. REMARKS AND/OR EXCEPTIONS

42-00 Magnetic Level Indicators C 6 0 May be inoperative provided Fuel Quantity


◙ Indication on EICAS and MFD operates normally.
◙ PLACARD
Placard Refueling/Defueling Panel – MAG LEVEL IND INOPERATIVE.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)


None.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)
None.
NOTE: Check the remaining sources of fuel quantity information such as fuel quantity indications
on EICAS and MFD, fuel quantity indicator in refueling panel and fuel loaded.

43-00 Fuel Temperature C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided Total Air


Indicating System Temperature (TAT) is used as an indication
◙ of fuel temperature and is limited to – 37
ºC.
◙ PLACARD
Placard below MFD display – FUEL TANK TEMP IND INOPERATIVE.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)
None.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)
Monitor TAT (Total Air Temperature) indication on MFD.
Do not takeoff if TAT is lower than -37°C.
In flight, in case TAT is lower than -37°C, perform QRH FUEL TANK LO TEMP procedure in order to
increase fuel temperature and monitor engine parameters as long as TAT is not above -37°C.

44-00 FUEL 1 (2) LO LEVEL C 2 1 I - (O) One may be inoperative provided


Warning EICAS Message associated fuel quantity indications on
◙ EICAS and MFD are available and are
monitored throughout flight.
C 2 0 II - (O) Both may be inoperative provided fuel
quantity indications on EICAS and MFD are
available on both sides and are monitored
throughout flight.
◙ PLACARD
Placard above EICAS display – FUEL 1 (2) LO LEVEL MSG INOPERATIVE.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)
None.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)
For remarks and exceptions I and II:
Monitor fuel quantity indications on EICAS or MFD during the flight.
In case fuel quantity in any tank reaches 880 lb (400 kg), perform QRH FUEL 1 (2) LO LEVEL
procedure.
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ITEM No. SUBJECT PAGE

00-00 Hydraulic System Synoptic Displays (MFD Hydraulics Page) 29-1


11-01 Engine Driven Pumps 29-1
11-02 System 1 and 2 Electrical Pumps 29-2
11-03 Power Transfer Unit PTU 29-2
11-04 Systems 1 and 2 Filter Manifold Differential Pressure Indicators 29-2
11-06 Systems 1 and 2 Case Drain Differential Pressure Indicators 29-3
11-10 Systems 1 and 2 Reservoirs Relief Bleed Valves 29-3
11-21 Systems 1 and 2 Electrical Pumps Shock Mounts 29-3
11-27 Engine Driven Pump Pressure Attenuators 29-3
11-28 Engine Driven Pump Suction Attenuators 29-4
11-29 Systems 1 and 2 Electrical Pumps Pressure Attenuators 29-4
11-30 Systems 1 and 2 Accumulators Pressure Indicators 29-4
12-01 System 3 Electrical Pumps 29-4
12-02 System 3 Filter Manifold Differential Pressure Indicators 29-5
12-04 System 3 Filter Case Drain Differential Pressure Indicator 29-5
12-07 System 3 Reservoir Relief Bleed Valve 29-5
12-11 System 3 Electrical Pumps Shock Mounts 29-6
12-17 System 3 Electrical Pumps Pressure Attenuator 29-6
12-18 System 3 Accumulator Pressure Indicator 29-6
13-00 Systems 1, 2 and 3 Ground Service Connections 29-7
31-01 Systems 1, 2 and 3 Pressure Indication on MFD 29-7
32-00 Systems 1 and 3 Quantity Indication on MFD 29-8
32-01 System 2 Quantity Indication on MFD 29-8
33-01 Systems 1, 2 and 3 Temperature Indication on MFD 29-9
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ITEM 3. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH


4. REMARKS AND/OR EXCEPTIONS

00-00 Hydraulic System Synoptic C 2 0 (O) MFD Indications not addressed elsewhere in
Displays (MFD Hydraulics the MEL may be inoperative.
Page)

◙ PLACARD:
Placard affected indication INOPERATIVE.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):
None.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):
MFD indications other than those addressed in the MEL may be inoperative and dispatched under
this relief.
CAUTION: THIS RELIEF IS NOT INTENDED TO BE USED FOR DISPATCH OF SYSTEMS’
FAILURES, BUT THEIR INDICATION ON THE MFD SYNOPTIC PAGE. REFER TO ASSOCIATED
EICAS MESSAGES FOR SYSTEMS’ STATUSES.
Make sure that the inoperative MFD Hydraulic Synoptic Page Indication is not one of those:
Sequence
Chapter Item Description
Number
Systems 1, 2 and 3 Pressure
29 31-01
Indication on MFD
Systems 1, 2 and 3 Quantity
29 32-00
Indication on MFD
Systems 1, 2 and 3 Temperature
29 33-01
Indication on MFD

11-01 Engine Driven Pumps


(EDP)

1) Depressurization C 2 1 I - May be inoperative on one EDP provided:
Function 1) Both Starter Control Valves (SCV) operate
normally,
2) Both Engine Bleed Valves operate normally,
and
3) Crossbleed Valve operates normally.
C 2 1 II - May be inoperative on one EDP provided:
1) Both Starter Control Valves (SCV) operate
normally,
2) APU Pneumatic Bleed System operates
normally, and
3) Crossbleed Valve operates normally.
2) ENG PUMP SHUTOFF C 2 0 (O) May be inoperative provided ENG PUMP
Pushbutton Illumination on SHUTOFF Pushbutton is verified operative.
Hydraulic Control Panel
◙ PLACARD:
In case of depressurization function inoperative, placard near affected Engine Driven Pump shutoff
valve button – EDP 1 (2) DEPRESS FUNCTION INOPERATIVE.
In case of pushbutton illumination inoperative, placard near affected Engine Driven Pump shutoff
valve button – ENG 1 (2) PUMP SHUTOFF ILLUMINATION INOP.
(continued on the next page)
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ITEM 3. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH


4. REMARKS AND/OR EXCEPTIONS

11-01 Engine Driven Pumps - Continued from the previous page.


MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):
None.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):
For Sub-item 2):
In case of pushbutton illumination inoperative, check that the ENG PUMP SHUTOFF pushbutton is
operative.
Operate the associated pushbutton to close the SOV valve. If associated EICAS message HYD 1(2)
SOV CLOSED is displayed, dispatch is allowed.
NOTE: In case an engine airstart is necessary, an assisted engine start attempt is recommended.

11-02 System 1 and 2 Electrical Deleted.


Pumps

11-03 Power Transfer Unit PTU



1) Automatic Activation A 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided:
Function 1) PTU is selected on before takeoff and
landing, and
2) Repairs are made within 3 flight days.
◙ PLACARD:
Placard near PTU selector knob – PTU AUTO FUNCTION INOPERATIVE.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):
None.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):
BEFORE TAKEOFF
PTU.....................................................ON
AFTER TAKEOFF
PTU.....................................................OFF
BEFORE LANDING
PTU.....................................................ON
AFTER LANDING
PTU.....................................................OFF

11-04 Systems 1 and 2 Filter A 6 4 One per system may be inoperative provided
Manifold Differential repairs are made within 3 flight days.
Pressure Indicators

◙ PLACARD:
None.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):
None.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):
None.
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ITEM 3. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH


4. REMARKS AND/OR EXCEPTIONS

11-06 Systems 1 and 2 Case A 2 0 May be inoperative provided repairs are made
Drain Differential Pressure within 3 flight days.
Indicators

◙ PLACARD:
None.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):


None.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):


None.

11-10 Systems 1 and 2 B 2 0 (M) Bleed function may be inoperative provided:


Reservoirs Relief Bleed 1) Affected valve is verified for no evidence
Valves of leakage, and
◙ 2) Associated reservoir quantity is verified
adequate once each flight day.
◙ PLACARD:
None.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):


Check affected valve for evidence of leakage.
Check associated reservoir quantity. If necessary, refer to AMM TASK 12-12-01-600-801-A for
reservoir servicing.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):


None.

11-21 Systems 1 and 2 Electrical C 8 6 One shock mount per pump may be damaged.
Pumps Shock Mounts

◙ PLACARD:
None.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):


None.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):


None.

11-27 Engine Driven Pump Deleted.


Pressure Attenuators
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ITEM 3. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH


4. REMARKS AND/OR EXCEPTIONS

11-28 Engine Driven Pump Deleted.


Suction Attenuators

11-29 System 1 and 2 Electrical Deleted.


Pumps Pressure
Attenuators

11-30 Systems 1 and 2 C 2 0 (M) May be inoperative provided affected


Accumulators Pressure accumulator pre-charge pressure is verified
Indicators adequate once each flight day.

◙ PLACARD:
Placard near affected indicator – INOPERATIVE.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):


Refer to AMM TASK 12-15-05-200-801-A to verify affected accumulator pre-charge pressure
adequate once each flight day.

NOTE: As the pressure gauge of the accumulator is inoperative, use a ground pressure gauge that
reads 3000 psi – for example, GSE150-Regulator Nitrogen Servicing (High Pressure) – connected to
the affected accumulator fill valve and proceed the task normally. If necessary, refill the
accumulator until pressure reaches the appropriate value for dispatch.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):


None.

12-01 System 3 Electrical Pumps C 2 1 Pump 3B may be inoperative provided it remains


◙ selected off.
◙ PLACARD:
Placard near SYS 3 ELEC PUMP B selector knob located on the Hydraulic Panel of the Overhead Panel
– PUMP 3B INOPERATIVE – DO NOT USE.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):


None.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):


None.
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1. REPAIR INTERVAL 2. NUMBER INSTALLED

ITEM 3. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH


4. REMARKS AND/OR EXCEPTIONS

12-02 System 3 Filter Manifold A 2 1 One may be inoperative provided repairs are
Differential Pressure made within 3 flight days.
Indicators

◙ PLACARD:
None.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):


None.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):


None.

12-04 System 3 Filter Case A 1 0 May be inoperative provided repairs are made
Drain Differential Pressure within 3 flight days.
Indicator

◙ PLACARD:
None.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):


None.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):


None.

12-07 System 3 Reservoir Relief B 1 0 (M) Bleed function may be inoperative


Bleed Valve provided:
◙ 1) Affected valve is verified for no evidence of
leakage, and
2) Associated reservoir quantity is verified
adequate once each flight day.
◙ PLACARD:
None.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):
Check affected valve for evidence of leakage.
Check associated reservoir quantity. If necessary, refer to AMM TASK 12-12-01-600-801-A for
reservoir servicing.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):


None.
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4. REMARKS AND/OR EXCEPTIONS

12-11 System 3 Electrical Pumps C 8 6 One shock mount per pump may be damaged.
Shock Mounts

◙ PLACARD:
None.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):


None.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):


None.

12-17 System 3 Electrical Pumps C 1 0 (M) May be missing provided affected


Pressure Attenuator attenuator connection remains capped.

◙ PLACARD:
None.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):


If applicable, refer to AMM TASK 29-12-17-040-801-A to isolate the pressure attenuator
connection.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):


None.

12-18 System 3 Accumulator C 1 0 (M) May be inoperative provided affected


Pressure Indicator accumulator pre-charge pressure is verified
◙ adequate once each flight day.
◙ PLACARD:
Placard near affected indicator – INOPERATIVE.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):


Refer to AMM TASK 12-15-05-200-801-A to verify affected accumulator pre-charge pressure
adequate once each flight day.

NOTE: As the pressure gauge of the accumulator is inoperative, use a ground pressure gauge that
reads 3000 psi – for example, GSE150-Regulator Nitrogen Servicing (High Pressure) – connected to
the affected accumulator fill valve and proceed the task normally. If necessary, refill the
accumulator until pressure reaches the appropriate value for dispatch.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):


None.
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4. REMARKS AND/OR EXCEPTIONS

13-00 Systems 1, 2 and 3 C 9 0 (M) May be inoperative closed provided:


Ground Service 1) Affected connection is verified for no
Connections evidence of leakage, and
◙ 2) Associated Reservoir quantity is verified
adequate.
◙ PLACARD:
Placard near affected connection – INOPERATIVE.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):


If the connection fails in the closed position:
1. Do a check of the applicable connection for signs of leakage.
2. Do the check of the reservoir quantity.

If the connection fails in the open position:


1. Refer to AMM TASK 29-13-00-040-801-A to cap the connection closed.
2. Do the check of the reservoir quantity.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):


None.

31-01 Systems 1, 2 and 3 C 6 0 May be inoperative provided:


Pressure Indication on 1) HYD 1(2)(3) LO PRESS Caution message is
MFD not displayed on EICAS, and
◙ 2) FLT CTRL BIT EXPIRED Caution EICAS
message is not displayed on EICAS.
◙ PLACARD:
Placard above MFD display – HYD SYS 1 (2) (3) PRESS IND INOPERATIVE.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):


None.
NOTE: The FLT CTRL BIT EXPIRED Caution EICAS message will be displayed after the PBIT
remaining time expires. Verify the PBIT remaining time and plan to accomplish repairing activities
before this time expires. The PBIT remaining time readout for the Electrical and Hydraulic PBIT is
shown on the upper left side of the MFD Flight Controls Synoptic page.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):


None.
NOTE: Number installed refers to three indications on LH MFD Hydraulic System Synoptic Page
(SYS 1, SYS 2 and SYS 3) and three indications on RH MFD Hydraulic System Page (SYS 1, SYS 2
and SYS 3).
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4. REMARKS AND/OR EXCEPTIONS

32-00 Systems 1 and 3 Quantity C 4 0 (M) May be inoperative provided quantity is


Indication on MFD verified adequate on associated Reservoir
◙ Quantity Indicator once each flight day.
◙ PLACARD:
Placard above MFD display – HYD SYS 1(3) QTY IND INOPERATIVE.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):


Refer to AMM TASK 12-12-01-200-801-A to check associated Hydraulic Reservoir Level using the
Reservoir Quantity Gauge. If necessary, perform the Reservoir servicing. This task must be
performed once each flight day. If maintenance is available, it is recommended that the task is
performed prior to the first flight of the day.
NOTE: - In case of intermittent sensor fault, triggering HYD 1(2)(3) LO QTY Advisory EICAS
message, refer AMM TASK 29-32-01-040-801-A SUBTASK 040-002-A to deactivate the
sensor.
- Number installed refers to one indication on each MFD.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):


None.

32-01 System 2 Quantity C 2 0 (M)(O) May be inoperative provided:


Indication on MFD 1) Quantity is verified adequate on Reservoir 2)
◙ Quantity Indicator once each flight day, and
2) Takeoff and landings are accomplished with
Electrical pump 2 turned on.
◙ PLACARD:
Placard above MFD display – HYD SYS 2 QTY IND INOPERATIVE.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):
Refer to AMM TASK 12-12-01-200-801-A to check associated Hydraulic Reservoir Level using the
Reservoir Quantity Gauge. If necessary, perform the Reservoir servicing. This task must be
performed once each flight day. If maintenance is available, it is recommended that the task is
performed prior to the first flight of the day.
NOTE: - In case of intermittent sensor fault, triggering HYD 1(2)(3) LO QTY Advisory EICAS
message, refer AMM TASK 29-32-01-040-801-A SUBTASK 040-002-A to deactivate the
sensor.
- Number installed refers to one indication on each MFD.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):


BEFORE TAKEOFF
Electric Hydraulic 2 Pump Selector ........................................... ON
AFTER TAKEOFF
Electric Hydraulic 2 Pump Selector ........................................... AUTO
BEFORE LANDING
Electric Hydraulic 2 Pump Selector ........................................... ON
AFTER LANDING
Electric Hydraulic 2 Pump Selector ........................................... AUTO
NOTE: - Number installed refers to one indication on each MFD.
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4. REMARKS AND/OR EXCEPTIONS

33-01 Systems 1, 2 and 3 C 6 0 (O) May be inoperative provided:


Temperature Indication on 1) HYD TEMP SENS FAIL Advisory EICAS
MFD message is not displayed on EICAS, and
◙ 2) Alternate procedures are used.
◙ PLACARD:
Placard above MFD display – HYD SYS 1 (2) (3) TEMP IND INOPERATIVE.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):


None.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):


Alternate procedures are used when in icing conditions, cold weather and/or cold soak operations.
Refer to AOM Section 3-75.
In case of an overnight parking at temperatures below -18°C (0°F), during the Hydraulic Systems
warm-up, before starting the engines, proceed as follows:
When checking if Hydraulic Reservoir 1, 2 and 3 temperatures are higher than -10°C, refer to
Hydraulic Reservoir 1 temperature as an alternate means for an inoperative Reservoir 2 and 3
temperature indications.
If Hydraulic Reservoir 1 temperature indication is inoperative, refer to the following times to warm-
up the Hydraulic Systems:

Outside Air Time to


Temperature Warm-up
(°C) (°F) (min.)
-40 -40 40
-30 -22 30
-20 -4 20
-15 5 15
Hydraulic System 1 – Warm-up Table

NOTE: - Hydraulic Systems warm-up during icing conditions is a recommended practice and does
not constitute a dispatch limitation.
- Number installed refers to three indications on LH MFD Hydraulic System Synoptic Page
(SYS 1, SYS 2 and SYS 3) and three indications on RH MFD Hydraulic System Page (SYS 1,
SYS 2 and SYS 3).
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ITEM No. SUBJECT PAGE

00-00 Anti-Ice System Synoptic Displays (MFD Anti-Ice Page) 30-1


11-00 Wing Anti-Icing System 30-1
11-01 Wing Anti-Ice Valves 30-2
11-11 A-I WING VLV OPEN Status EICAS Message 30-2
11-13 A-I WING NO DISPATCH Caution EICAS Message 30-3
21-00 Engine Anti-Icing System 30-4
21-01 Engine Anti-Ice Valves 30-4
21-09 A-I ENG 1 (2) VLV OPEN Status EICAS Message 30-11
31-00 Air Data Smart Probes ADSP Heater Controllers 30-20
33-00 Total Air Temperature (TAT) Heaters 30-20
41-00 Windshield Wiper System 30-21
42-00 Windshield Heating System 30-22
43-01 Door Sill Heater 30-22
71-02 Drain Mast Heater 30-22
71-03 Drain Port Heater 30-23
71-50 Freeze Protection Kit (FPK) 30-23
81-00 Ice Detector System 30-23
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4. REMARKS AND/OR EXCEPTIONS

00-00 Anti-Ice System Synoptic C 2 0 (O) MFD Indications not addressed elsewhere in
Displays (MFD Anti-Ice the MEL may be inoperative.
Page)

◙ PLACARD
Placard affected indication – ANTI-ICE IND INOPERATIVE.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)


None.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)


MFD indications not addressed elsewhere in the MEL may be inoperative and dispatched under this
relief.
CAUTION: THIS RELIEF IS NOT INTENDED TO BE USED TO DISPATCH SYSTEM FAILURES, BUT
THEIR INDICATION ON THE MFD SYNOPTIC PAGE. REFER TO ASSOCIATED EICAS
MESSAGES FOR SYSTEM STATUS.
Make sure that the inoperative MFD Anti-ice Synoptic Page Indication is not one of:
Sequence
Chapter Item Description
Number
Bleed Air Manifold Pressure
36 00-01
Indication on MFD

11-00 Wing Anti-Icing System C 1 0 May be inoperative provided airplane is not


◙ ◘ operated in known or forecast icing conditions.
◙ PLACARD
Placard near Wing Anti-Ice pushbutton – WING A-I INOPERATIVE.
◘ Dispatch/Flight Planning Office shall be notified.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)


None.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)


None.

NOTE: The A-I WING FAIL Caution EICAS message is displayed after the Wing Anti-Ice Built-In-Test
is performed in-flight. Perform the associated QRH procedure.
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4. REMARKS AND/OR EXCEPTIONS

11-01 Wing Anti-Ice Valves C 2 0 (M) May be inoperative provided:


◙ ◘ 1) Affected valve is secured closed, and
2) Airplane is not operated in known or
forecast icing conditions.
◙ PLACARD
Placard near Wing Anti-Ice pushbutton – WING A-I INOPERATIVE.
◘ Dispatch/Flight Planning Office shall be notified.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)


To secure Wing Anti-Ice valve closed, refer to AMM TASK 30-11-01-040-801-A.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)


None.

NOTE: The A-I WING FAIL Caution EICAS message is displayed after the Wing Anti-Ice Built-In-Test
is performed in-flight. Perform the associated QRH procedure.

11-11 A-I WING VLV OPEN C 1 0 I - (M) (O) May be inoperative provided:
Status EICAS Message 1) Affected valve is secured closed, and
◙ ◘ 2) Airplane is not operated in known or
forecast icing conditions.
C 1 0 II - (O) May be inoperative provided Wing Anti-
Ice Valves are verified to operate normally
before each flight.

◙ PLACARD
Placard above EICAS display – A-I WING VLV OPEN MSG INOPERATIVE.
◘ Dispatch/Flight Planning Office shall be notified.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)
For remarks and exceptions I:
To secure wing anti-ice valve closed, refer to AMM TASK 30-11-01-040-801-A.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)


For remarks and exceptions I:
When dispatching with the wing anti-ice valve secured closed, the EICAS message A-I WING FAIL
is displayed after the Wing Anti-Ice Built-In-Test is performed in-flight. Perform the associated QRH
Procedure.
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4. REMARKS AND/OR EXCEPTIONS

11-11 A-I WING VALVE OPEN Status EICAS Message - Continued from the previous page.
For remarks and exceptions II:
To verify that the wing anti-ice valves operate normally, proceed as follows:
Before Starting the engines:
APU .........................................................................START
Bleed APU Button........................................................PUSHED IN
NOTE: Alternatively, engine bleeds may be used. Make sure associated engine is running stabilized
at 50% N1.
Ice Protection Test Selector Knob.................................WING THEN OFF
CAUTION: DO NOT DISPATCH IF THE EICAS MESSAGE A-I WING FAIL OR A-I WING NO
DISPATCH IS DISPLAYED DURING THIS TEST. CONSIDER LOCKING THE WING ANTI-
ICE VALVE CLOSED.

11-13 A-I WING NO DISPATCH C 1 0 I - (M) (O) May be inoperative provided:


Caution EICAS Message 1) Affected valve is secured closed, and
◙ ◘ 2) Airplane is not operated in known or
forecast icing conditions.
C 1 0 II - (O) May be inoperative provided Wing Anti-
Ice Valves are verified to operate normally
before each flight.
◙ PLACARD
Placard above EICAS display – A-I WING NO DISPATCH MSG INOPERATIVE.
◘ Dispatch/Flight Planning Office shall be notified.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)
For remarks and exceptions I:
To secure wing anti-ice valve closed, refer to AMM TASK 30-11-01-040-801-A.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)
For remarks and exceptions I:
When dispatching with the wing anti-ice valve secured closed, the EICAS message A-I WING FAIL
is displayed after the Wing Anti-Ice Built-In-Test is performed in-flight. Perform the associated QRH
Procedure.
For remarks and exceptions II:
To verify that the wing anti-ice valves operate normally, proceed as follows:
Before Starting the engines:
APU .........................................................................START
Bleed APU Button........................................................PUSHED IN
NOTE: Alternatively, engine bleeds may be used. Make sure associated engine is running stabilized
at 50% N1.
Ice Protection Test Selector Knob.................................WING THEN OFF
CAUTION: DO NOT DISPATCH IF THE EICAS MESSAGE A-I WING FAIL IS DISPLAYED DURING
THIS TEST. CONSIDER LOCKING THE WING ANTI-ICE VALVE CLOSED.
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4. REMARKS AND/OR EXCEPTIONS

21-00 Engine Anti-Icing System C 2 1 May be inoperative provided airplane is not


◙ ◘ operated in known or forecast icing conditions.

◙ PLACARD
Placard near affected Engine Anti-Ice System pushbutton – ENG 1 A-I INOPERATIVE and/or ENG 2 A-I
INOPERATIVE.
◘ Dispatch/Flight Planning Office shall be notified.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)


None.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)


None.

21-01 Engine Anti-Ice Valves C 2 1 I - (M) (O) May be inoperative provided:


◙ ◘ 1) Affected valve is secured closed, and
2) Airplane is not operated in known or
forecast icing conditions.
C 2 0 II - (M) (O) May be inoperative provided:
1) Affected valve is secured open, and
2) Appropriate performance penalties are
applied.

◙ PLACARD
Placard near affected Engine Anti-Ice pushbutton – ENG 1 A-I INOP and/or ENG 2 A-I
INOPERATIVE.
◘ Dispatch/Flight Planning Office shall be notified. Maximum altitude for flight planning will be
affected.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)


For remarks and exceptions I or II:
To secure Engine Anti-Ice Valve closed or open, refer to AMM TASK 30-21-01-040-801-A.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)


For remarks and exceptions I:
For dispatch with Engine Anti-ice valves secured closed, no performance penalties apply; make sure
that there are no known or forecasted icing conditions.

For remarks and exceptions II:


For the airplane with one or both Engine Anti-ice valves secured open:

The following procedures must be accomplished when dispatching the airplane with one or both
Engine Anti-ice Valves secured OPEN:

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4. REMARKS AND/OR EXCEPTIONS

21-01 Engine Anti-Ice Valves - Continued from the previous page.


CAUTION: • WITH ENGINE ANTI-ICE VALVES LOCKED OPEN AND ENGINES RUNNING, THE
ASSOCIATED A-I ENG 1(2) VLV OPEN STATUS EICAS MESSAGE MUST BE
DISPLAYED. DO NOT DISPATCH IF THE MESSAGE IS NOT DISPLAYED. CONSIDER
LOCKING THE VALVE CLOSED.
• DO NOT USE REDUCED TAKEOFF THRUST BASED ON ASSUMED TEMPERATURE
WHEN OPERATING WITH ENGINE ANTI-ICE VALVE SECURED OPEN.
• PILOTS MUST CHECK THAT THE N1 TARGET INDICATION ON THE EICAS IS
EQUIVALENT TO THE ONES PRESENTED AT “N1 TARGET TABLES” OF THIS
SECTION. DO THIS CHECK BEFORE EACH DEPARTURE IF OAT IS ABOVE 10°C.
NOTE: After landing, the A-I ENG 1(2) FAULT Advisory EICAS message associated with the
Engine Anti-Ice valve locked open may be displayed. To clear the message from the
EICAS, reset the Engine Ice Protection Button on the affected side after associated Engine
is shutdown. If message persists, report to the maintenance personnel.
A. Takeoff Data Setting
During MCDU takeoff data setting select Reference Anti-Ice to ENG or ALL according to the
following criteria:

OAT is below Use Reference Anti-Ice ALL. Check ENG TDS


5°C REF A-I ALL Status EICAS message presented.
OAT is at or Use Reference Anti-Ice ENG. Check ENG TDS
above 5°C REF A-I ENG Status EICAS message presented.

B1. Performance Calculation (Drag Index Method)


For performance calculation the following criteria must be applied:
TAKEOFF PERFORMANCE:
OAT CAFM PERFORMANCE PENALTY
 There is no drag index associated, and
OAT below 5°C
 The Anti-icing option must be set to ENGINE AND WING A/I.
OAT at or above
 There is no drag index associated, and
5°C and at or
 The Anti-icing option must be set to ENGINE A/I ONLY.
below 10°C
OAT above  Drag index 195 must be used per valve locked open, and
10°C  The Anti-icing option must be set to OFF.

ENROUTE PERFORMANCE:
OAT CAFM PERFORMANCE PENALTY
 There is no drag index associated, and
at or below 10°C
 The Anti-icing option must be set to ENGINE AND WING A/I.
 Drag index 195 must be used, and
above 10°C
 The Anti-icing option must be set to OFF.

NOTE: the drag index is the same for any number of valves locked open since driftdown
performance is OEI.
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21-01 Engine Anti-Ice Valves - Continued from the previous page.

LANDING PERFORMANCE:

OAT CAFM PERFORMANCE PENALTY


 There is no drag index associated, and
at or below 10°C
 The Anti-icing option must be set to ENGINE AND WING A/I.
 Drag index 195 must be used per valve locked open, and
above 10°C
 The Anti-icing option must be set to OFF.

FLIGHT PLANNING

For Fuel Consumption and Altitude Capability:


 There is no drag index associated; and
 The Anti-Icing option must be set to ON and option “Above 10°C” checked.

B2. Performance Calculation (Simplified Method)

Alternatively to Drag Index method apply takeoff and landing performance penalties as described in
“Manual de Despacho y Performance”, Part III, Section “6.3.1 ITEM 30-21-01 ENGINE ANTI ICE
VALVES”

ENROUTE

Use the Driftdown Table for Engine & Wing anti-ice ON presented in AOM section 6-30.

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21-01 Engine Anti-Ice Valves - Continued from the previous page.


FLIGHT PLANNING
For fuel consumption, use A/I ON performance. The altitude capability is given by the following tables:
ALTITUDE CAPABILITY FOR ONE OR BOTH
ENGINE ANTI-ICE VALVE LOCKED OPEN
LONG RANGE CRUISE
WEIGHT ISA + °C
Kg Lb -10 -5 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35
52000 114400 310 310 310 310 310 300 280 260 - -
50000 110000 320 320 320 320 320 310 290 270 250 -
48000 105600 330 330 330 320 320 320 290 280 260 250
46000 101200 340 340 340 330 330 330 310 290 280 260
44000 96800 340 350 350 350 350 340 320 310 290 270
42000 92400 340 360 360 360 360 350 340 320 300 290
40000 88000 340 370 370 370 360 360 350 330 320 300
38000 83600 340 370 370 370 370 370 360 340 330 310
36000 79200 340 380 380 380 380 380 370 360 340 330
34000 74800 340 390 390 400 400 390 380 360 360 340
32000 70400 340 410 410 410 410 400 390 370 360 350
30000 66000 340 410 410 410 410 400 390 380 370 360
28000 61600 340 410 410 410 410 410 400 390 380 380

MACH .78
WEIGHT ISA + °C
Kg Lb -10 -5 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35
52000 114400 - - - - - - - - - -
50000 110000 - - - - - - - - - -
48000 105600 - - - - - - - - - -
46000 101200 - - - - - - - - - -
44000 96800 340 340 340 340 340 - - - - -
42000 92400 340 350 350 350 350 - - - - -
40000 88000 340 360 360 360 360 - - - - -
38000 83600 340 370 370 370 370 - - - - -
36000 79200 340 370 370 370 370 360 - - - -
34000 74800 340 380 380 380 380 360 - - - -
32000 70400 340 390 380 380 380 360 - - - -
30000 66000 340 390 390 390 390 370 350 - - -
28000 61600 340 400 400 400 400 380 360 - - -

C. N1 Target Tables
The following tables present takeoff N1 target regarding T/O-1, T/O-2 and T/O-3 modes when
operating with Engine Anti-Ice Valve secured open above 10°C. These tables are presented for
various pressure altitudes and outside air temperatures, with Air Conditioning ON or OFF, and
Engine Anti-Ice ON.
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21-01 Engine Anti-Ice Valves - Continued from the previous page.


N1 FOR ANTI-ICE VALVE LOCKED OPEN  CF34-10E5A1 ENGINES  T/O-1 MODE

AIR CONDITIONING ON
Pressure Outside Air Temperature (°C)
Altitude (ft) 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45
-1000  88.6 89.3 90.1 90.8 91.1 90.6 90.1 89.6
SL  89.7 90.4 91.2 91.9 91.7 91.2 90.7 90.2
1000  90.2 90.9 91.7 92.2 91.7 91.2 90.7 90.2
2000  90.7 91.4 92.2 92.2 91.7 91.2 90.8 90.1
3000  91.2 92.0 92.7 92.2 91.7 91.2 90.8 90.0
4000  91.8 92.5 92.8 92.2 91.7 91.3 90.7 90.0
5000  92.3 93.1 92.8 92.2 91.7 91.2 90.6 90.0
6000  92.8 93.4 92.7 92.1 91.6 91.2 90.4 90.0
7000  93.3 93.2 92.6 92.0 91.5 90.9 90.3 89.9
8000  93.7 93.1 92.4 91.9 91.4 90.7 90.2 89.7
9000  93.7 93.0 92.3 91.7 91.2 90.5 90.1 89.6
10000  93.6 92.9 92.2 91.6 91.0 90.4 90.0 89.5
11000  93.5 92.8 92.1 91.5 90.7 90.3 89.8 89.3
12000  93.4 92.6 92.0 91.3 90.6 90.1 89.6 89.1
13000  93.3 92.5 91.9 91.1 90.5 90.0 89.4 88.8
14000  93.3 92.4 91.7 90.9 90.4 89.8 89.2 88.6
15000  93.1 92.4 91.5 90.8 90.2 89.6 88.9 88.3

N1 FOR ANTI-ICE VALVE LOCKED OPEN  CF34-10E5A1 ENGINES  T/O-1 MODE


AIR CONDITIONING OFF
Pressure Outside Air Temperature (°C)
Altitude (ft) 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45
-1000  89.4 90.1 90.9 91.6 91.9 91.4 90.9 90.4
SL  90.5 91.3 92.0 92.8 92.5 92.1 91.6 91.1
1000  91.0 91.8 92.6 93.1 92.6 92.1 91.6 91.1
2000  91.6 92.4 93.1 93.1 92.6 92.2 91.7 91.1
3000  92.2 92.9 93.7 93.2 92.7 92.2 91.8 91.0
4000  92.8 93.5 93.8 93.2 92.7 92.3 91.7 91.1
5000  93.4 94.2 93.8 93.2 92.7 92.3 91.6 91.1
6000  93.9 94.5 93.8 93.2 92.7 92.3 91.5 91.1
7000  94.4 94.4 93.7 93.1 92.6 92.1 91.5 91.1
8000  94.9 94.3 93.6 93.0 92.6 91.9 91.4 91.0
9000  95.0 94.2 93.5 93.0 92.4 91.8 91.4 90.9
10000  94.9 94.2 93.5 92.9 92.3 91.7 91.3 90.8
11000  94.9 94.1 93.4 92.9 92.1 91.7 91.2 90.7
12000  94.8 94.0 93.4 92.7 92.1 91.6 91.1 90.6
13000  94.8 94.0 93.4 92.6 92.0 91.5 90.9 90.4
14000  94.8 94.0 93.3 92.5 91.9 91.4 90.8 90.2
15000  94.7 93.9 93.1 92.4 91.8 91.2 90.6 89.9
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4. REMARKS AND/OR EXCEPTIONS

21-01 Engine Anti-Ice Valves - Continued from the previous page.


N1 FOR ANTI-ICE VALVE LOCKED OPEN  CF34-10E5A1 ENGINES  T/O-2 MODE
AIR CONDITIONING ON
Pressure Outside Air Temperature (°C)
Altitude (ft) 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45
-1000  86.1 86.9 87.6 88.3 88.5 87.7 87.1 86.5
SL  87.2 87.9 88.7 89.4 88.9 88.3 87.7 87.1
1000  87.7 88.4 89.1 89.6 88.9 88.3 87.7 87.2
2000  88.1 88.9 89.6 89.6 89.0 88.4 87.8 87.1
3000  88.6 89.3 90.1 89.6 89.0 88.4 87.8 87.1
4000  89.1 89.8 90.1 89.6 89.0 88.4 87.8 87.0
5000  89.5 90.3 90.1 89.6 89.0 88.4 87.7 87.0
6000  90.0 90.6 90.0 89.5 88.9 88.4 87.5 87.0
7000  90.4 90.5 89.9 89.3 88.8 88.1 87.4 86.8
8000  90.8 90.3 89.7 89.2 88.6 87.8 87.2 86.7
9000  90.8 90.1 89.5 89.0 88.4 87.6 87.1 86.6
10000  90.6 90.0 89.4 88.9 88.2 87.6 87.0 86.5
11000  90.4 89.8 89.3 88.8 88.0 87.5 87.0 86.4
12000  90.3 89.7 89.2 88.6 87.9 87.4 86.9 86.3
13000  90.2 89.6 89.1 88.4 87.8 87.3 86.8 86.3
14000  90.1 89.5 89.0 88.2 87.8 87.3 86.7 86.6
15000  90.0 89.4 88.8 88.2 87.7 87.1 86.6 87.1

N1 FOR ANTI-ICE VALVE LOCKED OPEN  CF34-10E5A1 ENGINES  T/O-2 MODE


AIR CONDITIONING OFF
Pressure Outside Air Temperature (°C)
Altitude (ft) 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45
-1000  86.9 87.7 88.4 89.1 89.3 88.5 87.9 87.4
SL  88.0 88.8 89.5 90.2 89.8 89.1 88.5 88.0
1000  88.5 89.3 90.0 90.5 89.8 89.2 88.6 88.1
2000  89.0 89.7 90.5 90.5 89.9 89.3 88.7 88.1
3000  89.5 90.3 91.0 90.5 89.9 89.3 88.8 88.1
4000  90.0 90.8 91.1 90.5 90.0 89.4 88.8 88.1
5000  90.5 91.3 91.1 90.6 90.0 89.5 88.8 88.2
6000  91.0 91.6 91.1 90.6 90.0 89.5 88.6 88.1
7000  91.5 91.6 91.0 90.4 89.9 89.3 88.6 88.0
8000  91.9 91.4 90.9 90.3 89.8 89.1 88.5 88.0
9000  92.0 91.3 90.7 90.2 89.7 88.9 88.4 87.9
10000  91.9 91.2 90.7 90.2 89.5 88.9 88.4 87.8
11000  91.7 91.1 90.6 90.2 89.3 88.8 88.3 87.8
12000  91.7 91.1 90.6 90.0 89.3 88.8 88.3 87.7
13000  91.6 91.1 90.6 89.8 89.3 88.8 88.3 87.8
14000  91.6 91.0 90.5 89.8 89.3 88.8 88.3 87.7
15000  91.5 91.0 90.3 89.7 89.2 88.7 88.2 87.6

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21-01 Engine Anti-Ice Valves - Continued from the previous page.


N1 FOR ANTI-ICE VALVE LOCKED OPEN  CF34-10E5A1 ENGINES  T/O-3 MODE
AIR CONDITIONING ON
Pressure Outside Air Temperature (°C)
Altitude (ft) 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45
-1000  83.0 83.7 84.4 85.1 85.4 84.7 84.1 83.5
SL  84.0 84.7 85.4 86.2 85.9 85.3 84.6 84.1
1000  84.5 85.2 85.9 86.5 85.9 85.2 84.6 84.0
2000  84.9 85.6 86.4 86.4 85.8 85.2 84.6 83.9
3000  85.4 86.1 86.8 86.4 85.7 85.1 84.5 83.8
4000  85.8 86.5 86.9 86.3 85.7 85.1 84.5 83.7
5000  86.2 86.9 86.8 86.2 85.6 85.0 84.3 83.6
6000  86.7 87.3 86.8 86.2 85.6 85.0 84.1 83.6
7000  87.1 87.2 86.7 86.1 85.5 84.9 84.1 83.5
8000  87.5 87.2 86.6 86.0 85.5 84.7 84.1 83.8
9000  87.6 87.1 86.5 86.0 85.4 84.6 84.0 84.2
10000  87.5 87.0 86.4 85.9 85.2 84.5 84.0 84.7
11000  87.4 86.9 86.4 85.8 85.0 84.5 84.5 85.2
12000  87.3 86.8 86.3 85.7 84.9 84.4 85.0 85.7
13000  87.2 86.7 86.2 85.4 84.8 84.8 85.5 86.2
14000  87.1 86.6 86.1 85.3 84.7 85.3 86.0 86.6
15000  87.0 86.5 86.0 85.5 85.1 85.8 86.5 87.1

N1 FOR ANTI-ICE VALVE LOCKED OPEN  CF34-10E5A1 ENGINES  T/O-3 MODE


AIR CONDITIONING OFF
Pressure Outside Air Temperature (°C)
Altitude (ft) 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45
-1000  83.7 84.5 85.2 85.9 86.2 85.6 84.9 84.3
SL  84.8 85.6 86.3 87.0 86.8 86.1 85.5 84.9
1000  85.3 86.0 86.8 87.3 86.8 86.1 85.5 85.0
2000  85.8 86.5 87.3 87.3 86.7 86.1 85.5 84.9
3000  86.3 87.0 87.7 87.3 86.7 86.1 85.5 84.8
4000  86.7 87.5 87.8 87.3 86.7 86.1 85.5 84.7
5000  87.2 87.9 87.8 87.3 86.7 86.1 85.4 84.7
6000  87.7 88.3 87.8 87.2 86.7 86.1 85.3 84.7
7000  88.1 88.3 87.8 87.2 86.7 86.0 85.3 84.7
8000  88.6 88.3 87.7 87.2 86.7 85.9 85.3 84.7
9000  88.7 88.2 87.7 87.2 86.6 85.8 85.3 84.7
10000  88.7 88.2 87.7 87.2 86.5 85.8 85.3 84.7
11000  88.7 88.2 87.7 87.1 86.3 85.8 85.3 85.2
12000  88.6 88.1 87.6 87.0 86.3 85.8 85.2 85.6
13000  88.6 88.1 87.6 86.9 86.2 85.7 85.5 86.1
14000  88.6 88.1 87.5 86.7 86.2 85.6 86.0 86.6
15000  88.5 88.0 87.5 87.0 86.5 85.9 86.4 87.1
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21-09 A-I ENG 1 (2) VLV OPEN C 2 1 I - (M) (O) May be inoperative provided:
Status EICAS Message 1) Associated valve is secured closed,
◙ ◘ 2) Airplane is not operated in known or
forecast icing conditions, and
3) Appropriate performance penalties are
applied.
C 2 0 II - (M) (O) May be inoperative provided:
1) Associated valve is secured open, and
2) Appropriate performance penalties are
applied.
C 2 0 III - (O) May be inoperative provided:
1) Associated Engine Anti-Ice Valve is
verified to operate normally before each
flight, and
2) Appropriate performance penalties are
applied.
◙ PLACARD
Placard above EICAS display – A-I ENG 1 VALVE OPEN MSG INOPERATIVE and/or A-I ENG 2
VALVE OPEN MSG INOPERATIVE.
◘ Dispatch/Flight Planning Office shall be notified. Maximum altitude for flight planning will be
affected.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)
For remarks and exceptions I or II:
To secure Engine Anti-Ice Valve closed or open, refer to AMM TASK 30-21-01-040-801-A.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)
For remarks and exceptions I:
For operations with Engine Anti-ice Valve secured CLOSED:
A. Takeoff Data Setting
The MCDU takeoff data setting Reference Anti-Ice must be set to OFF. The ENG REF A-I DISAG
Caution EICAS Message may be presented.
B. Performance Calculation
For performance calculation the following criteria must be applied:
NOTE: Except for takeoff, the FADEC will understand that the engine anti-ice valve is open
reading the signal from the EICAS message A-I ENG 1 (2) VLV OPEN. This will result in
a different N1 commanded. For takeoff the FADEC will read REF A/I setting (set to
OFF) on the MCDU. Due to this, and as the valve is secured closed, there is no
performance penalty for takeoff.
TAKEOFF PERFORMANCE:
For takeoff performance no drag index applies.
ENROUTE AND LANDING PERFORMANCE:
For Enroute and Landing Performance:
− No drag index applies, and
− The Anti-icing option on the CAFM must be set to ENGINE AND WING A/I.
FLIGHT PLANNING
For Fuel Consumption and Altitude Capability:
− There is no drag index associated; and
− The Anti-Icing option must be set to OFF.
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21-09 A-I ENG 1 (2) VALVE OPEN Status EICAS Message - Continued from the previous page.
For remarks and exceptions II:
For the airplane with one or both Engine Anti-ice valves secured open:

The following procedures must be accomplished when dispatching the airplane with one or both
Engine Anti-ice Valves secured OPEN:

CAUTION: • WITH ENGINE ANTI-ICE VALVES LOCKED OPEN AND ENGINES RUNNING, THE
ASSOCIATED A-I ENG 1(2) VLV OPEN STATUS EICAS MESSAGE MUST BE
DISPLAYED. DO NOT DISPATCH IF THE MESSAGE IS NOT DISPLAYED. CONSIDER
LOCKING THE VALVE CLOSED.
• DO NOT USE REDUCED TAKEOFF THRUST BASED ON ASSUMED TEMPERATURE
WHEN OPERATING WITH ENGINE ANTI-ICE VALVE SECURED OPEN.
• PILOTS MUST CHECK THAT THE N1 TARGET INDICATION ON THE EICAS IS
EQUIVALENT TO THE ONES PRESENTED AT “N1 TARGET TABLES” OF THIS
SECTION. DO THIS CHECK BEFORE EACH DEPARTURE IF OAT IS ABOVE 10°C.
NOTE: After landing, the A-I ENG 1(2) FAULT Advisory EICAS message associated with the
Engine Anti-Ice valve locked open may be displayed. To clear the message from the
EICAS, reset the Engine Ice Protection Button on the affected side after associated Engine
is shutdown. If message persists, report to the maintenance personnel.
B. Takeoff Data Setting
During MCDU takeoff data setting select Reference Anti-Ice to ENG or ALL according to the
following criteria:

OAT is below Use Reference Anti-Ice ALL. Check ENG TDS


5°C REF A-I ALL Status EICAS message presented.
OAT is at or Use Reference Anti-Ice ENG. Check ENG TDS
above 5°C REF A-I ENG Status EICAS message presented.

B1. Performance Calculation (Drag Index Method)


For performance calculation the following criteria must be applied:
TAKEOFF PERFORMANCE:
OAT CAFM PERFORMANCE PENALTY
 There is no drag index associated, and
OAT below 5°C
 The Anti-icing option must be set to ENGINE AND WING A/I.
OAT at or above
 There is no drag index associated, and
5°C and at or
 The Anti-icing option must be set to ENGINE A/I ONLY.
below 10°C
OAT above  Drag index 195 must be used per valve locked open, and
10°C  The Anti-icing option must be set to OFF.

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21-09 A-I ENG 1 (2) VALVE OPEN Status EICAS Message - Continued from the previous page.
ENROUTE PERFORMANCE:
OAT CAFM PERFORMANCE PENALTY
 There is no drag index associated, and
at or below 10°C
 The Anti-icing option must be set to ENGINE AND WING A/I.
 Drag index 195 must be used, and
above 10°C
 The Anti-icing option must be set to OFF.

NOTE: the drag index is the same for any number of valves locked open since driftdown
performance is OEI.

LANDING PERFORMANCE:
OAT CAFM PERFORMANCE PENALTY
 There is no drag index associated, and
at or below 10°C
 The Anti-icing option must be set to ENGINE AND WING A/I.
 Drag index 195 must be used per valve locked open, and
above 10°C
 The Anti-icing option must be set to OFF.

FLIGHT PLANNING
For Fuel Consumption and Altitude Capability:
 There is no drag index associated; and
 The Anti-Icing option must be set to ON and option “Above 10°C” checked.

B2. Performance Calculation (Simplified Method)

Alternatively to Drag Index method reduce the takeoff and landing limits as described below:

TAKEOFF
If OAT is below 5ºC, use the performance calculated for takeoff with ENGINE AND WING A/I ON.
If OAT is at or above 5°C and at or below 10°C, use the performance calculated for takeoff with
ENGINE A/I ONLY.
If OAT is above 10ºC reduce the takeoff limit weight according to the tables below:

TAKEOFF WEIGHT REDUCTION


PER ENGINE ANTI-ICE VALVE LOCKED OPEN

MODEL FLAP 1 FLAP 2 FLAP 3 FLAP 4


3970 kg 3820 kg 3350 kg 3030 kg
EMBRAER 190
(8750 lb) (8430 lb) (7390 lb) (6670 lb)
NOTE: The performance penalties apply for any number of valves locked open.
Takeoff speeds (V1, VR and V2):
 VR and V2 for the actual takeoff weight, airport pressure altitude, OAT and flap and rating
configuration;
 V1 for the specific airport analysis maximum takeoff weight (without penalty). If V1 is
greater than VR, then use V1 equal to VR.
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21-09 A-I ENG 1 (2) VALVE OPEN Status EICAS Message - Continued from the previous page.
LANDING
If OAT is at or below 10°C, use the performance calculated for landing with ENGINE AND WING
A/I ON.
If OAT is above 10ºC reduce the Approach Climb and Landing Climb Limited Weight according to
the tables below:
LANDING WEIGHT REDUCTION
PER ENGINE ANTI-ICE VALVE SECURED OPEN

ICE ACCRETION FLAP 5 FLAP FULL


5690 kg 3840 kg
NO ICE ACRRETION
(12540 lb) (8470 lb)
4390 kg 3120 kg
ICE ACCRETION
(9690 lb) (6870 lb)
ENROUTE
Use the Driftdown Table for Engine & Wing anti-ice ON presented in AOM section 6-30.

FLIGHT PLANNING
For fuel consumption, use A/I ON performance. The altitude capability is given by the following tables:
ALTITUDE CAPABILITY FOR ONE OR BOTH
ENGINE ANTI-ICE VALVE LOCKED OPEN
LONG RANGE CRUISE
WEIGHT ISA + °C
Kg Lb -10 -5 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35
52000 114400 310 310 310 310 310 300 280 260 - -
50000 110000 320 320 320 320 320 310 290 270 250 -
48000 105600 330 330 330 320 320 320 290 280 260 250
46000 101200 340 340 340 330 330 330 310 290 280 260
44000 96800 340 350 350 350 350 340 320 310 290 270
42000 92400 340 360 360 360 360 350 340 320 300 290
40000 88000 340 370 370 370 360 360 350 330 320 300
38000 83600 340 370 370 370 370 370 360 340 330 310
36000 79200 340 380 380 380 380 380 370 360 340 330
34000 74800 340 390 390 400 400 390 380 360 360 340
32000 70400 340 410 410 410 410 400 390 370 360 350
30000 66000 340 410 410 410 410 400 390 380 370 360
28000 61600 340 410 410 410 410 410 400 390 380 380

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21-09 A-I ENG 1 (2) VALVE OPEN Status EICAS Message - Continued from the previous page.
MACH .78
WEIGHT ISA + °C
Kg Lb -10 -5 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35
52000 114400 - - - - - - - - - -
50000 110000 - - - - - - - - - -
48000 105600 - - - - - - - - - -
46000 101200 - - - - - - - - - -
44000 96800 340 340 340 340 340 - - - - -
42000 92400 340 350 350 350 350 - - - - -
40000 88000 340 360 360 360 360 - - - - -
38000 83600 340 370 370 370 370 - - - - -
36000 79200 340 370 370 370 370 360 - - - -
34000 74800 340 380 380 380 380 360 - - - -
32000 70400 340 390 380 380 380 360 - - - -
30000 66000 340 390 390 390 390 370 350 - - -
28000 61600 340 400 400 400 400 380 360 - - -

C. N1 Target Tables
The following tables present takeoff N1 target regarding T/O-1, T/O-2 and T/O-3 modes when
operating with Engine Anti-Ice Valve secured open above 10°C. These tables are presented for
various pressure altitudes and outside air temperatures, with Air Conditioning ON or OFF, and
Engine Anti-Ice ON.
N1 FOR ANTI-ICE VALVE LOCKED OPEN  CF34-10E5A1 ENGINES  T/O-1 MODE
AIR CONDITIONING ON
Pressure Outside Air Temperature (°C)
Altitude (ft) 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45
-1000  88.6 89.3 90.1 90.8 91.1 90.6 90.1 89.6
SL  89.7 90.4 91.2 91.9 91.7 91.2 90.7 90.2
1000  90.2 90.9 91.7 92.2 91.7 91.2 90.7 90.2
2000  90.7 91.4 92.2 92.2 91.7 91.2 90.8 90.1
3000  91.2 92.0 92.7 92.2 91.7 91.2 90.8 90.0
4000  91.8 92.5 92.8 92.2 91.7 91.3 90.7 90.0
5000  92.3 93.1 92.8 92.2 91.7 91.2 90.6 90.0
6000  92.8 93.4 92.7 92.1 91.6 91.2 90.4 90.0
7000  93.3 93.2 92.6 92.0 91.5 90.9 90.3 89.9
8000  93.7 93.1 92.4 91.9 91.4 90.7 90.2 89.7
9000  93.7 93.0 92.3 91.7 91.2 90.5 90.1 89.6
10000  93.6 92.9 92.2 91.6 91.0 90.4 90.0 89.5
11000  93.5 92.8 92.1 91.5 90.7 90.3 89.8 89.3
12000  93.4 92.6 92.0 91.3 90.6 90.1 89.6 89.1
13000  93.3 92.5 91.9 91.1 90.5 90.0 89.4 88.8
14000  93.3 92.4 91.7 90.9 90.4 89.8 89.2 88.6
15000  93.1 92.4 91.5 90.8 90.2 89.6 88.9 88.3
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21-09 A-I ENG 1 (2) VALVE OPEN Status EICAS Message - Continued from the previous page.
N1 FOR ANTI-ICE VALVE LOCKED OPEN  CF34-10E5A1 ENGINES  T/O-1 MODE
AIR CONDITIONING OFF
Pressure Outside Air Temperature (°C)
Altitude (ft) 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45
-1000  89.4 90.1 90.9 91.6 91.9 91.4 90.9 90.4
SL  90.5 91.3 92.0 92.8 92.5 92.1 91.6 91.1
1000  91.0 91.8 92.6 93.1 92.6 92.1 91.6 91.1
2000  91.6 92.4 93.1 93.1 92.6 92.2 91.7 91.1
3000  92.2 92.9 93.7 93.2 92.7 92.2 91.8 91.0
4000  92.8 93.5 93.8 93.2 92.7 92.3 91.7 91.1
5000  93.4 94.2 93.8 93.2 92.7 92.3 91.6 91.1
6000  93.9 94.5 93.8 93.2 92.7 92.3 91.5 91.1
7000  94.4 94.4 93.7 93.1 92.6 92.1 91.5 91.1
8000  94.9 94.3 93.6 93.0 92.6 91.9 91.4 91.0
9000  95.0 94.2 93.5 93.0 92.4 91.8 91.4 90.9
10000  94.9 94.2 93.5 92.9 92.3 91.7 91.3 90.8
11000  94.9 94.1 93.4 92.9 92.1 91.7 91.2 90.7
12000  94.8 94.0 93.4 92.7 92.1 91.6 91.1 90.6
13000  94.8 94.0 93.4 92.6 92.0 91.5 90.9 90.4
14000  94.8 94.0 93.3 92.5 91.9 91.4 90.8 90.2
15000  94.7 93.9 93.1 92.4 91.8 91.2 90.6 89.9

N1 FOR ANTI-ICE VALVE LOCKED OPEN  CF34-10E5A1 ENGINES  T/O-2 MODE


AIR CONDITIONING ON
Pressure Outside Air Temperature (°C)
Altitude (ft) 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45
-1000  86.1 86.9 87.6 88.3 88.5 87.7 87.1 86.5
SL  87.2 87.9 88.7 89.4 88.9 88.3 87.7 87.1
1000  87.7 88.4 89.1 89.6 88.9 88.3 87.7 87.2
2000  88.1 88.9 89.6 89.6 89.0 88.4 87.8 87.1
3000  88.6 89.3 90.1 89.6 89.0 88.4 87.8 87.1
4000  89.1 89.8 90.1 89.6 89.0 88.4 87.8 87.0
5000  89.5 90.3 90.1 89.6 89.0 88.4 87.7 87.0
6000  90.0 90.6 90.0 89.5 88.9 88.4 87.5 87.0
7000  90.4 90.5 89.9 89.3 88.8 88.1 87.4 86.8
8000  90.8 90.3 89.7 89.2 88.6 87.8 87.2 86.7
9000  90.8 90.1 89.5 89.0 88.4 87.6 87.1 86.6
10000  90.6 90.0 89.4 88.9 88.2 87.6 87.0 86.5
11000  90.4 89.8 89.3 88.8 88.0 87.5 87.0 86.4
12000  90.3 89.7 89.2 88.6 87.9 87.4 86.9 86.3
13000  90.2 89.6 89.1 88.4 87.8 87.3 86.8 86.3
14000  90.1 89.5 89.0 88.2 87.8 87.3 86.7 86.6
15000  90.0 89.4 88.8 88.2 87.7 87.1 86.6 87.1
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21-09 A-I ENG 1 (2) VALVE OPEN Status EICAS Message - Continued from the previous page.
N1 FOR ANTI-ICE VALVE LOCKED OPEN  CF34-10E5A1 ENGINES  T/O-2 MODE
AIR CONDITIONING OFF
Pressure Outside Air Temperature (°C)
Altitude (ft) 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45
-1000  86.9 87.7 88.4 89.1 89.3 88.5 87.9 87.4
SL  88.0 88.8 89.5 90.2 89.8 89.1 88.5 88.0
1000  88.5 89.3 90.0 90.5 89.8 89.2 88.6 88.1
2000  89.0 89.7 90.5 90.5 89.9 89.3 88.7 88.1
3000  89.5 90.3 91.0 90.5 89.9 89.3 88.8 88.1
4000  90.0 90.8 91.1 90.5 90.0 89.4 88.8 88.1
5000  90.5 91.3 91.1 90.6 90.0 89.5 88.8 88.2
6000  91.0 91.6 91.1 90.6 90.0 89.5 88.6 88.1
7000  91.5 91.6 91.0 90.4 89.9 89.3 88.6 88.0
8000  91.9 91.4 90.9 90.3 89.8 89.1 88.5 88.0
9000  92.0 91.3 90.7 90.2 89.7 88.9 88.4 87.9
10000  91.9 91.2 90.7 90.2 89.5 88.9 88.4 87.8
11000  91.7 91.1 90.6 90.2 89.3 88.8 88.3 87.8
12000  91.7 91.1 90.6 90.0 89.3 88.8 88.3 87.7
13000  91.6 91.1 90.6 89.8 89.3 88.8 88.3 87.8
14000  91.6 91.0 90.5 89.8 89.3 88.8 88.3 87.7
15000  91.5 91.0 90.3 89.7 89.2 88.7 88.2 87.6

N1 FOR ANTI-ICE VALVE LOCKED OPEN  CF34-10E5A1 ENGINES  T/O-3 MODE


AIR CONDITIONING ON
Pressure Outside Air Temperature (°C)
Altitude (ft) 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45
-1000  83.0 83.7 84.4 85.1 85.4 84.7 84.1 83.5
SL  84.0 84.7 85.4 86.2 85.9 85.3 84.6 84.1
1000  84.5 85.2 85.9 86.5 85.9 85.2 84.6 84.0
2000  84.9 85.6 86.4 86.4 85.8 85.2 84.6 83.9
3000  85.4 86.1 86.8 86.4 85.7 85.1 84.5 83.8
4000  85.8 86.5 86.9 86.3 85.7 85.1 84.5 83.7
5000  86.2 86.9 86.8 86.2 85.6 85.0 84.3 83.6
6000  86.7 87.3 86.8 86.2 85.6 85.0 84.1 83.6
7000  87.1 87.2 86.7 86.1 85.5 84.9 84.1 83.5
8000  87.5 87.2 86.6 86.0 85.5 84.7 84.1 83.8
9000  87.6 87.1 86.5 86.0 85.4 84.6 84.0 84.2
10000  87.5 87.0 86.4 85.9 85.2 84.5 84.0 84.7
11000  87.4 86.9 86.4 85.8 85.0 84.5 84.5 85.2
12000  87.3 86.8 86.3 85.7 84.9 84.4 85.0 85.7
13000  87.2 86.7 86.2 85.4 84.8 84.8 85.5 86.2
14000  87.1 86.6 86.1 85.3 84.7 85.3 86.0 86.6
15000  87.0 86.5 86.0 85.5 85.1 85.8 86.5 87.1
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21-09 A-I ENG 1 (2) VALVE OPEN Status EICAS Message - Continued from the previous page.
N1 FOR ANTI-ICE VALVE LOCKED OPEN  CF34-10E5A1 ENGINES  T/O-3 MODE
AIR CONDITIONING OFF
Pressure Outside Air Temperature (°C)
Altitude (ft) 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45
-1000  83.7 84.5 85.2 85.9 86.2 85.6 84.9 84.3
SL  84.8 85.6 86.3 87.0 86.8 86.1 85.5 84.9
1000  85.3 86.0 86.8 87.3 86.8 86.1 85.5 85.0
2000  85.8 86.5 87.3 87.3 86.7 86.1 85.5 84.9
3000  86.3 87.0 87.7 87.3 86.7 86.1 85.5 84.8
4000  86.7 87.5 87.8 87.3 86.7 86.1 85.5 84.7
5000  87.2 87.9 87.8 87.3 86.7 86.1 85.4 84.7
6000  87.7 88.3 87.8 87.2 86.7 86.1 85.3 84.7
7000  88.1 88.3 87.8 87.2 86.7 86.0 85.3 84.7
8000  88.6 88.3 87.7 87.2 86.7 85.9 85.3 84.7
9000  88.7 88.2 87.7 87.2 86.6 85.8 85.3 84.7
10000  88.7 88.2 87.7 87.2 86.5 85.8 85.3 84.7
11000  88.7 88.2 87.7 87.1 86.3 85.8 85.3 85.2
12000  88.6 88.1 87.6 87.0 86.3 85.8 85.2 85.6
13000  88.6 88.1 87.6 86.9 86.2 85.7 85.5 86.1
14000  88.6 88.1 87.5 86.7 86.2 85.6 86.0 86.6
15000  88.5 88.0 87.5 87.0 86.5 85.9 86.4 87.1

NOTE: With A-I ENG 1 (2) VLV OPEN message displayed and Engine Anti-Ice valves secured
open, the engine bleed will be extracted throughout the flight resulting in performance
penalties in all flight phases.

For remarks and exceptions III:


For operations with Engine Anti-ice Valve operating normally:
To verify that Engine Anti-ice Valve operates normally, perform the following test:

REF A/I on T/O DATA SET on MCDU ........................OFF


Associated Engine...................................................RUNNING STABILIZED AT 50% N1
Associated Engine Anti-Ice Button ............................PUSHED IN
Anti-Ice Mode Selector Knob....................................AUTO
Anti-Ice Test Selector Knob......................................OFF
Monitor ITT:
With ITT stabilized, record the temperature:
ITT (°C)
ENG 1
ENG 2

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21-09 A-I ENG 1 (2) VALVE OPEN Status EICAS Message - Continued from the previous page.
Ice Protection Test Selector Knob.............................ENG THEN OFF
After 10 seconds:
With ITT stabilized, record the temperature:
ITT (°C)
ENG 1
ENG 2

After 60 seconds:
With ITT stabilized, record the temperature:
ITT (°C)
ENG 1
ENG 2

CAUTION: DO NOT DISPATCH IF THE A-I ENG FAIL CAUTION EICAS MESSAGE IS DISPLAYED
DURING THIS TEST. CONSIDER LOCKING THE ENGINE ANTI-ICE VALVE CLOSED.
Verify that:
 ITT increased by a minimum of 6°C and a maximum of 10°C when Ice Protection Test
Selector Knob was commanded to ENG.
 ITT returned to a value not greater than 2°C above the original temperature at least 60
seconds after Ice Protection Test Selector Knob was commanded to OFF.
If the valves are operating properly, proceed as follows:
A. Takeoff Data Setting
Verify that the MCDU takeoff data setting is done considering the appropriate anti-ice
setting. On ground, proceed with normal operation. Refer to the Airplane Operations
Manual (AOM) Section 3-75 for Anti-Ice System selection BEFORE START.
If the MCDU Anti-Ice Takeoff Data Setting is set to OFF, the ENG REF A-I DISAG Caution
EICAS Message may be presented.
B. Performance Calculation.
TAKEOFF PERFORMANCE
For Takeoff Performance:
− There is no drag index associated, and
− The Anti-icing option must agree with set on MCDU Takeoff Data Setting.
ENROUTE AND LANDING PERFORMANCE
For Enroute and Landing Performance:
− No drag index applies, and
− The Anti-icing option on the CAFM must be set to ENGINE AND WING A/I.
FLIGHT PLANNING
For Fuel Consumption and Altitude Capability:
− There is no drag index associated; and
− The Anti-ice must be used as required.
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31-00 Air Data Smart Probes B 8 4 One heater controller per ADSP may be
ADSP Heater Controllers inoperative.

◙ PLACARD
None.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)
None.
NOTE: The EICAS messages have the following logic:
POSSIBLE HEATER
MESSAGE
CHANNEL FAILED
ADSP 1A or ADSP 1B or
ADS 1 HTR FAULT
ADSP 2A or ADSP 2B
ADSP 3A or ADSP 3B or
ADS 2 HTR FAULT
ADSP 4A or ADSP 4B
For detailed information on ADS and ADSP Heater Channels, refer to AMM SDS 30-31-00.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)
None.

33-00 Total Air Temperature B 2 1 I - (O) May be inoperative provided:


(TAT) Heaters 1) TAT indications are displayed normally, and
◙ ◘ 2) One Ice Detection System operates normally.
B 2 0 II - May be inoperative provided:
1) TAT indications are displayed normally, and
2) Airplane is not operated in visible moisture or
in known or forecast icing conditions.
◙ PLACARD
Placard above affected MFD – TAT HEATER INOPERATIVE.
◘ Dispatch/Flight Planning Office shall be notified.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)
None.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)


For remarks and exceptions I:
For dispatch with one TAT heater inoperative:
- Under icing conditions, TAT, SAT, and TAS indications are unreliable on the affected side. Refer
to the operative TAT indication.
- If the remaining EICAS message TAT 1 (2) FAIL is displayed in flight, exit or avoid icing
conditions.
- If TAT, SAT, and TAS indications are displayed as amber dashes, refer to MMEL item 34-15-03.
On ground, TAT, SAT, and TAS indications are not displayed when one of the following conditions
occur:
- TAT value is higher than 60°C (140°F), or
- At least one engine is running.
TAT, SAT, and TAS indications are displayed normally on the MFD after airspeed is equal to or
greater than 50 KIAS.
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41-00 Windshield Wiper System 2 2 I - Must be operative for CAT II and CAT IIIA
◙ Operations.
C 2 0 II - (M)(O) May be inoperative provided:
1) Airplane is not operated in precipitation within
5 nautical miles of the airport of takeoff or
intended landing,
2) CAT II and CAT IIIA Operations are not
performed, and
3) Operations do not require their use.
1) Low Speed Mode C 2 0 (M)(O) May be inoperative provided:
1) Associated High speed mode operates
normally, and
2) CAT II and CAT IIIA Operations are not
performed.
2) High Speed Mode C 2 0 (M)(O) May be inoperative provided:
1) Associated Low speed mode operates
normally, and
2) CAT II and CAT IIIA Operations are not
performed.
3) Timer Mode C 2 0 (M)(O) May be inoperative provided CAT II and
CAT IIIA Operations are not performed.
4) Parking Mode C 2 0 (M)(O) May be inoperative provided:
1) Blades can be positioned providing an
acceptable field of vision to flight crew, and
2) CAT II and CAT IIIA Operations are not
performed.
◙ PLACARD
Placard Windshield Wiper panel – INOPERATIVE or LOW INOPERATIVE or HIGH INOPERATIVE or
TIMER INOPERATIVE or PARK INOPERATIVE.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)


For remarks and exception II or sub-items 1) or 2) or 3):
When CAT II operations can not be performed, then:
 Record on Aircraft Log Book “NO CAT II operations”.
 Placard “NO CAT II” must be placed in the area near Master Caution/Master Warning Lights
(Both Sides) on the glareshield, and
 Notify the NO CAT II condition to SOC (System Operation Control) Office by means of a
written message.
When CAT IIIA operations can not be performed, then:
 Record on Aircraft Log Book “NO CAT IIIA operations”.
 Placard “NO CAT IIIA” must be placed in the area near Master Caution/Master Warning
Lights (Both Sides) on the glareshield, and
 Notify the NO CAT IIIA condition to SOC (System Operation Control) Office by means of a
written message.
For sub-item 4):
In case of Parking Mode inoperative with blades obstructing forward vision, refer to AMM TASK
30-41-03-040-801-A to remove affected Windshield Wiper Blade Arm.
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41-00 Windshield Wiper System - Continued from the previous page.


When CAT II operations can not be performed, then:
 Record on Aircraft Log Book “NO CAT II operations”.
 Placard “NO CAT II” must be placed in the area near Master Caution/Master Warning Lights
(Both Sides) on the glareshield, and
 Notify the NO CAT II condition to SOC (System Operation Control) Office by means of a
written message.
When CAT IIIA operations can not be performed, then:
 Record on Aircraft Log Book “NO CAT IIIA operations”.
 Placard “NO CAT IIIA” must be placed in the area near Master Caution/Master Warning
Lights (Both Sides) on the glareshield, and
 Notify the NO CAT IIIA condition to SOC (System Operation Control) Office by means of a
written message.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)
For remarks and exception II or sub-items 1) or 2) or 3) or 4):
If is it not possible to comply with CAT II operations, the landing must be performed under other
than CAT II conditions.
If is it not possible to comply with CAT IIIA operations, the landing must be performed under other
than CAT IIIA conditions.

42-00 Windshield Heating C 2 1 One may be inoperative provided airplane is not


System operated in known or forecast icing conditions.
◙ ◘
◙ PLACARD
Placard Ice Protection panel – WSHIELD HEAT 1 INOPERATIVE or WSHIELD HEAT 2 INOPERATIVE.
◘ Dispatch/Flight Planning Office shall be notified.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)
None.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)
None.

43-01 Door Sill Heater Reserved.

71-02 Drain Mast Heater C 2 0 (M) (O) May be inoperative provided:


◙ 1) Water supply to the associated galley
and lavatory is secured off, and
2) Procedures are used to ensure that the
associated galley sink drain is not used.
NOTE: Potable water in-flight drainage system
will be inhibited.
◙ PLACARD
Placard associated galley and lavatory drains and sinks – INOPERATIVE – DO NOT USE.
Placard affected galley – DRAIN MAST HEATERS INOPERATIVE, NO WATER SUPPLY.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)
With a Drain Mast Heater inoperative close the associated galley and lavatory water supply by
actuating their respective manual shutoff valves.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)
Flight attendants should periodically check that associated drains and sinks are not used. Do not
pour any tea, coffee, water or beverages in associated sinks.
During walkaround, verify affected drain mast is free from ice.
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71-03 Drain Port Heater C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided the forward
◙ lavatory and galley sink drain are not used
on ground id OAT is below 0°C (32°F).
NOTE 1: The forward lavatory and galley sinks
may be used on ground if OAT is
greater than the limit above.
NOTE 2: Potable water drainage system will be
inhibited.
◙ PLACARD
Placard Ice Protection panel – DRAIN PORT HEATER INOPERATIVE.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)
None.
NOTE: The potable drain valve will be inoperative. To drain potable water with Drain Port
inoperative, refer to AMM TASK 12-14- 01-680-802-A.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)


If grey water tank is not installed, do not use the forward galley sink and the forward lavatory while
on ground if OAT is below 0°C (32°F).

71-50 Freeze Protection Kit (FPK) Reserved.

81-00 Ice Detector System C 2 0 (O) May be inoperative provided Engine and
◙ Wing Anti-Icing Systems are operated
manually.
◙ PLACARD
Placard Ice Protection panel – ICE DET 1 INOPERATIVE and/or ICE DET 2 INOPERATIVE.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)


None.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)


On the ground, proceed with normal operation. Refer to Airplane Operations Manual (AOM) Section
3, block 3-75 “Ice Conditions, Cold Weather and Cold Soak Operation” for Anti-Ice System
selection BEFORE START.
In flight, select A-I Mode Selector Knob to ON when TAT is below 10°C and there is visible
moisture, or when there is any visual cue of ice formation on non protected areas of the airplane, as
windshield wipers.
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ITEM No. SUBJECT PAGE

00-00 Status Synoptic Displays (MFD Status Page) 31-1


16-01 REMOTE CB TRIP Advisory EICAS message 31-1
21-00 Clock System 31-2
22-00 Chronometer System 31-3
31-00 Digital Voice-Data Recorder (DVDR) System 31-3
32-00 Quick Access Recorder (QAR) 31-4
41-03 Aircraft Personality Module (APM) 31-5
41-08 Modular Avionic Unit (MAU) Fans 31-5
41-30 Configuration Monitor System (CMS) 31-6
51-00 Aural Warning System 31-6
51-01 Takeoff Configuration (T/O CONFIG) Button 31-6
52-01 Master Warning/Caution Pushbuttons/Annunciators 31-7
60-00 Electronic Checklist (ECL) 31-7
61-01 Display Units (DU) 31-7
61-02 Reversionary Panel (ADS/IRS) Pushbutton Illumination 31-8
61-04 EICAS Declutter Override (EICAS FULL) Button 31-9
61-10 Display Controller Panels 31-9
62-01 Cursor Control Device (CCD) 31-12
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00-00 Status Synoptic Displays C 2 0 (O) MFD Indications not addressed elsewhere in
(MFD Status Page) the MEL may be inoperative.

◙ PLACARD:
Placard affected indication – STATUS IND INOPERATIVE.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):


None.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):


MFD indications other than those addressed in the MEL may be inoperative and dispatched under
this relief.

CAUTION: THIS RELIEF IS NOT INTENDED TO BE USED FOR DISPATCH OF SYSTEMS’


FAILURES, BUT THEIR INDICATION ON THE MFD SYNOPTIC PAGE. REFER TO ASSOCIATED
EICAS MESSAGES FOR SYSTEMS’ STATUSES.

Make sure that the inoperative MFD Status Synoptic Page Indication is not one of those:

Sequence
Chapter Item Description
Number
Clock System, sub-item 2) Time
31 21-00
Function on MFD Status Page
Emergency/Parking Brake
32 44-30 Accumulators Pressure Indication on
MFD
32 47-15 Brake Temperature Indication on MFD
Crew Oxygen Pressure Indication,
35 11-01 sub-item 1) Crew Oxygen Indication
on MFD
Bleed Air Manifold Pressure Indication
36 00-01
on MFD
Doors Position Indication on MFD and
52 70-00
associated EICAS Messages
79 31-00 Oil Quantity Indication on MFD

16-01 REMOTE CB TRIP B 1 0 (M) May be inoperative provided:


Advisory EICAS message 1) Associated Circuit Breaker monitor is
◙ verified to be inoperative,
2) System associated with the thermal
Circuit Breaker is verified to operate
normally or deferred according to the
applicable MEL entry, and
3) A visual inspection of the affected CB is
performed prior to the first flight of each
day.
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16-01 REMOTE CB TRIP Advisory EICAS message - Continued from the previous page.
◙ PLACARD:
Placard below EICAS display – REMOTE CB TRIP MSG INOPERATIVE.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):


To verify that Associated Circuit Breaker (CB) monitor is inoperative, refer to FIM TASK 24-61-00-
810-874-A, at the time of the first deferral. After that, repeat this check once each flight day or if
the REMOTE CB TRIP Advisory EICAS message is displayed, indicating that some other CB may be
affected.

Once the associated CB monitor is verified inoperative, confirm that systems associated with the
thermal CB operate normally.

If the system associated with the thermal CB is inoperative, proceed as follows:


- For systems which a fault condition is monitored by an EICAS message, dispatch is allowed if
no EICAS message is displayed for that system (i.e., fault annunciated only as a CMC level
message);
- If the system has no EICAS message, dispatch is allowed only if the system can be deferred as
per the MEL. MEL dispatch conditions must apply.

NOTE: REMOTE CB TRIP Advisory EICAS message is cleared by acknowledging its Status on the
MCDU. If the message is displayed thereafter, some other CB may be affected and
maintenance action is required.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):


None.

21-00 Clock System



1) Time Function on Digital C 1 0 May be inoperative provided at least one Time
Clock Function on MFD Status Page operates normally.
2) Time Function on MFD C 2 1 I -.
Status Page
A 2 0 II - May be inoperative provided:
1) Time Function on Digital Clock operates
normally,
2) At least one Cockpit Voice Recorder (CVR)
function operates normally, and
3) Repairs are made within 3 flight days.
◙ PLACARD:
Placard above Digital Clock or affected MFD (as applicable) – TIME FUNCTION INOPERATIVE.
……..
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):
None.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):


None.
NOTE: Number installed refers to one indication on left-hand MFD Status Page and one indication
on right-hand MFD Status Page.
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22-00 Chronometer System



1) Chronometer Function C 1 0 May be inoperative provided at least one
on Digital Clock Chronometer Function on PFD operates
normally.
2) Elapsed Time Function C 1 0
on Digital Clock
3) Chronometer Function C 2 1 I-.
on PFD
C 2 0 II - May be inoperative provided Chronometer
Function on Digital Clock operates normally.
◙ PLACARD:
Placard above Digital Clock or affected PFD (as applicable) – CHR FUNCTION INOPERATIVE.
Placard above Digital Clock– ET FUNCTION INOPERATIVE.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):
None.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):
None.

31-00 Digital Voice-Data


Recorder (DVDR) System

1) Cockpit Voice Recorder C 2 1 I -.
(CVR) Function
A 2 0 II - May be inoperative provided:
1) At least one Flight Data Recorder (FDR)
function operates normally, and
2) Repairs are made within three flight days.
2) Flight Data Recorder C 2 1 I -.
(FDR) Function
A 2 0 II - May be inoperative provided:
1) At least one Cockpit Voice Recorder (CVR)
function operates normally,
2) Airplane is not dispatched from the main
maintenance base (AEP) where repairs or
replacements can be made unless:
a) The FDR failure occurs after pushback but
prior to takeoff, or
b) The FDR repair was attempted but was not
successful.
3) In those cases where repair is attempted but
not successful, the aircraft may be dispatched
on a flight or series of flights until the next
designated airport where repair must be
accomplished prior to dispatch, and
4) Repairs are made within three flight days.
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31-00 Digital Voice-Data Recorder (DVDR) System - Continued from the previous page.
a) DFDR Recording A 120 117 Up to three recording parameters may be
Parameters required by inoperative provided:
local regulations 1) At least one Cockpit Voice Recorder (CVR)
function operates normally, and
2) Repairs are made within 3 calendar days.

NOTE: The DFDR Recording Parameters required


by local regulations are listed in the Table 1 of
the Engineering Order E0064 Last revision
included at the TREOM (Temporary Revision and
Engineering Order Manual).
b) DFDR Recording A 747 0 May be inoperative provided repairs are made
Parameters not prior to the completion of the next heavy
required by local maintenance visit.
regulations
3) CVR Independent Reserved.
Power Supply
◙ PLACARD:
Placard as appropriate – CVR (FDR) 1 (2) INOPERATIVE.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):


None.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):


None.

32-00 Quick Access Recorder C 1 0


(QAR)

◙ PLACARD:
Placard QAR (installed on the equipment rack in the aft avionics compartment) – QAR INOPERATIVE.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):


None.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):


None.
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41-03 Aircraft Personality Module C 4 2


(APM)

PLACARD:
None.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):
None.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):
None.

41-08 Modular Avionic Unit


(MAU) Fans

1) MAU 1 Fans C 4 3
2) MAU 2 Fans C 3 2
3) MAU 3 Fans C 3 2
PLACARD:
None.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):
None.
NOTE: The EICAS messages have the following logic:

AVNX MAU 1 FAN FAIL 2 or more fans have failed


AVNX MAU 1 FAN FAULT 1 fan has failed
AVNX MAU 2 FAN FAIL 2 or more fans have failed
AVNX MAU 2 FAN FAULT 1 fan has failed
AVNX MAU 3 FAN FAIL 2 or more fans have failed
AVNX MAU 3 FAN FAULT 1 fan has failed

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):


None.
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41-30 Configuration Monitor C 2 1


System (CMS)

PLACARD:
None.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):


None.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):


None.

51-00 Aural Warning System

1) Channels C 2 1
PLACARD:
None.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):


None.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):


None.

51-01 Takeoff Configuration (T/O C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided Takeoff


CONFIG) Button Configuration Warning is verified to operate
◙ normally before each flight.
◙ PLACARD:
Placard near takeoff configuration panel located on the control pedestal – T/O CONFIG BUTTON
INOPERATIVE.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):


None.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):


To verify the Takeoff Configuration Warning operates normally, perform the following test before
each flight:

After POWER UP checklist is accomplished, with engines inoperative:


Thrust Levers ....................................................................TO/GA

Several aural warnings, “NO TAKEOFF, BRAKES”, “NO TAKEOFF, FLAPS”, etc are heard and the
NO TAKEOFF CONFIG Warning EICAS message is displayed on EICAS.

Thrust Levers.....................................................................RETARD TO IDLE

Proceed with BEFORE START checklist.


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52-01 Master Warning/Caution


Pushbuttons/
Annunciators

1) Warning Lights C 2 1
2) Warning Alarm Cancel C 2 1
Function
3) Caution Lights C 2 1
4) Caution Alarm Cancel C 2 1
Function
◙ PLACARD:
Placard near affected button – INOPERATIVE.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):


None.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):


None.

60-00 Electronic Checklist (ECL) Reserved.


61-01 Display Units (DU) A 5 4 (M)(O) RH MFD or RH PFD or LH PFD may be


◙ inoperative provided:
1) Associated Display Unit is deactivated.
2) All CCD buttons, knobs and touch pad
operate normally on the associated side,
3) Reversionary Buttons are verified to operate
normally,
4) IESS operates normally, and
5) Repairs are made within 3 flight days.
NOTE: RNAV 5 associated item. See
Equipment Requirements for RNAV 5
operation in Annex 3.

◙ PLACARD:
Placard DISPLAY UNIT INOPERATIVE.
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61-01 Display Units (DU) - Continued from the previous page.


MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):
Deactivate the associated DU by opening the circuit breaker, put a circuit breaker ring and a tag
(inoperative – do not operate) on it. For:
PFD 1 (DU 1): LHCBP PFD 1
MFD 2 (DU 4): LHCBP MFD 2
PFD 2 (DU 5): RHCBP PFD 2
NOTE:
− If applicable, maintenance personnel may swap an inoperative DU, installing a failed one in
the DU 4 position. Refer to AMM TASK 31-61-01-000-801-A for removal and AMM TASK
31-61-01-400-801-A for installing it.
− The CMC is only available from RH MFD (DU 4). However, its functionalities can also be
accessed by using a Remote Terminal with the CMC software installed. Alternatively, if a
Remote Terminal is not available, a DU swap may be accomplished for accessing CMC data.
MEL dispatch configuration must always apply.

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):


To verify that Reversionary Buttons operate normally, rotate the LH Reversionary knob to PFD and
verify the PFD is on the DU 2. Rotate the LH Reversionary knob to EICAS and verify the EICAS is
on the DU 2.

If applicable (i.e. DU 4 is operative), repeat this procedure on the RH Reversionary knob, verifying
the associated displays (PFD or EICAS) are displayed on the DU 4.

Verify that the Cursor Control Device (CCD) MFD or PFD Format Location Buttons associated with
the operative Display Units are operative.

Set both Reversionary Buttons to AUTO before flight and check both PFDs are available to the flight
crew.
Operators devise their own procedures for flying without one MFD display, which may include flight
crew coordination procedures and monitoring during flight.

NOTE: To activate the weather radar on ground (Forced Standby Override) with only one MFD
operative refer to AOM Section 14-09-05.

61-02 Reversionary Panel C 4 0 (O) May be inoperative provided associated


(ADS/IRS) Pushbutton pushbutton is verified operative.
Illumination

◙ PLACARD:
Placard near Reversionary Panel – ADS/IRS PUSHBUTTON ILLUMINATION INOPERATIVE.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):
None.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):
Check that associated pushbutton is operative. Push IN the ADS or IRS pushbutton and the
associated flag on the PFD must be displayed.
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61-04 EICAS Declutter Override C 1 0


(EICAS FULL) Button

◙ PLACARD:
Placard near EICAS Full Button – EICAS FULL BUTTON INOPERATIVE.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):
None.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):
None.
NOTE: To return the EICAS display to full configuration in-flight, select the APU START/STOP
Switch to ON position.

61-10 Display Controller Panels



1) Horizontal Situation C 2 0
Indicator (HSI) Mode
Selector Buttons
2) Weather Radar (WX) C 2 0
Buttons
3) FMS Source Selector C 2 1 I - One may be inoperative provided procedures
Buttons do not require its use.
NOTE: RNAV 5 associated item. See Equipment
Requirements for RNAV 5 operation in
Annex 3.
NOTE: RNP-1 associated item. See Equipment
Requirements for RNP-1 operation in
Annex 4.
NOTE: RNP APCH associated item. See
Equipment Requirements for RNP APCH
operation in Annex 6.
C 2 0 II - (M) (O) May be inoperative provided:
1) VNAV / BARO-VNAV Operations are not
performed.
2) RNAV 5 Operations are not performed.
3) RNP-1 Operations are not performed, and
4) RNP APRCH operations are not performed.
4) RA/BARO Selector 2 2 I – Both Knobs set to RA are required for CAT II
Knobs and CAT IIIA Operations.
C 2 0 II - (M)(O) May be inoperative provided the
setting required for the intended approach is
available and CAT II and CAT IIIA Operations are
not performed.

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61-10 Display Controller Panels - Continued from the previous page.

5) Decision Height/ 2 2 I - Both Knobs are required for CAT II and CAT
Minimum Descent Altitude IIIA Operations.
(MINIMUMS) Selector
Knobs
C 2 0 II - (M)(O) May be inoperative provided approach
minimums do not require their use and CAT II
and CAT IIIA Operations are not performed.
6) VOR/Localizer (V/L) C 2 1 I - May be inoperative provided procedures do
Source Selector Buttons not require their use. One required for CAT II
or CAT IIIA Operations only if PREV Button is
inoperative on the same side.
C 2 0 II - (M)(O) May be inoperative provided
procedures do not require their use and CAT
II and CAT IIIA Operations are not performed
if PREV Button is inoperative on the same
side.
7) Preview (PREV) Buttons C 2 0

8) Flight Path Reference C 2 0


(FPR) Buttons
9) ADF/VOR/FMS Bearings C 4 0 May be inoperative provided procedures do not
(Circle/Diamond) Selector require their use.
Buttons
10) Standard Barometric C 2 0
Pressure (PUSH STD)
Buttons
11) IN/hPa Selector Knobs C 2 0 May be inoperative provided required units for
the intended flights are available.
◙ PLACARD:
Placard affected button/knob on the Display Controller Panels – BUTTON INOPERATIVE or – KNOB
INOPERATIVE, as applicable.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):
For remarks and exceptions 3)II:
When VNAV / Baro-VNAV operations can not be performed, then:
 Record on Aircraft Log Book “No VNAV / NO Baro-VNAV Operations”.
 Placard “No VNAV” and “NO Baro-VNAV near VNAV pushbutton on the GP, and
 Notify to SOC (System Operation Control) office by means of a written message.
For remarks and exceptions 3)II:
When RNAV 5 operations can not be performed, then:
 Record on Aircraft Log Book “No RNAV 5 Operations”.
 Placard “No RNAV 5” near Master Caution/Master Warning Lights (both sides) on the
glareshield, and
 Notify to SOC (System Operation Control) office by means of a written message.
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61-10 Display Controller Panels - Continued from the previous page.


For remarks and exceptions 3)II:
When RNP-1 operations can not be performed, then:
 Record on Aircraft Log Book “No RNP-1 Operations”.
 Placard “No RNP-1” near Master Caution/Master Warning Lights (both sides) on the
glareshield, and
 Notify to SOC (System Operation Control) office by means of a written message.
For remarks and exceptions 3)II:
When RNP APCH operations can not be performed, then:
 Record on Aircraft Log Book “NO RNP APCH operations”.
 Placard “NO RNP APCH” must be placed in the area near Master Caution/Master Warning
Lights (Both Sides) on the glareshield, and
 Notify the NO RNP APCH condition to SOC (System Operation Control) Office by means of
a written message.
For remarks and exceptions 4)II or 5)II or 6)II:
When CAT II operations can not be performed, then:
 Record on Aircraft Log Book “NO CAT II operations”.
 Placard “NO CAT II” must be placed in the area near Master Caution/Master Warning Lights
(Both Sides) on the glareshield, and
 Notify the NO CAT II condition to SOC (System Operation Control) Office by means of a
written message.
When CAT IIIA operations can not be performed, then:
 Record on Aircraft Log Book “NO CAT IIIA operations”.
 Placard “NO CAT IIIA” must be placed in the area near Master Caution/Master Warning
Lights (Both Sides) on the glareshield, and
 Notify the NO CAT IIIA condition to SOC (System Operation Control) Office by means of a
written message.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):
For remarks and exceptions 3)II:
If it is not possible to comply with RNAV 5 operations the flight must be performed under other
than RNAV 5 conditions.
If it is not possible to comply with RNP-1 operations the flight must be performed under other than
RNP-1 conditions.
If is it not possible to comply with Baro-VNAV operations, the approach must be performed under
other than Baro-VNAV operations.
If is it not possible to comply with RNP APCH operations, the approach must be performed under
other than RNP APCH operations.
For remarks and exceptions 4)II:
NOTE: - The EGPWS uses the minimums value set on the operative RA/BARO selector knob.
Therefore, in case one RA/BARO selector knob is inoperative, the source (SRC) must be
coupled to the side where the selector knob is operative.
- Loss of one RA/BARO selector knob affects CAT II and CAT IIIA operations.
If is it not possible to comply with CAT II operations, the landing must be performed under other
than CAT II conditions.
If is it not possible to comply with CAT IIIA operations, the landing must be performed under other
than CAT IIIA conditions.
For remarks and exceptions 5)II or 6)II:
If is it not possible to comply with CAT II operations, the landing must be performed under other
than CAT II conditions.
If is it not possible to comply with CAT IIIA operations, the landing must be performed under other
than CAT IIIA conditions.
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62-01 Cursor Control Device


(CCD)

1) Format Location B 6 5 One MFD or PFD button may be inoperative
Buttons provided all remaining CCD buttons, knobs and
touch pad operate normally on both sides.
2) Enter Buttons B 4 3 One may be inoperative provided all remaining
CCD buttons, knobs and touch pad operate
normally on both sides.
3) Inner Tuning Knob B 2 1 One may be inoperative provided all remaining
CCD buttons, knobs and touch pad operate
normally on both sides.
4) Touch Pad B 2 1 One may be inoperative provided all remaining
CCD buttons and knobs operate normally on
both sides.
◙ PLACARD:
Placard near affected CCD as applicable – RH(LH)(MID) FORMAT BUTTON INOPERATIVE or –
RH(LH) ENTER BUTTON INOPERATIVE or – TUNING KNOB INOPERATIVE or – TOUCH PAD
INOPERATIVE.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M):
None.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O):
None.
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33-01 Landing Gear Control Level Lock Solenoid 32-1


41-02 Autobrake System 32-1
44-17 Emergency/Parking Brake Accumulators Pressure Transducers 32-2
44-30 Emergency/Parking Brake Accumulators Pressure Indication on MFD 32-2
47-01 Brake Temperature Sensors 32-2
47-15 Brake Temperature Indication on MFD 32-4
49-11 Brake Assembly Wear Indicator 32-5
49-13 Nose Wheel Spinbrakes 32-6
49-15 Tire Pressure Indicators 32-6
53-03 Rudder Pedals Nose Wheel Steering System 32-6
53-07 Nose Wheel Steering Disengage Switches 32-7
61-11 Towing Indication Lights 32-8
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33-01 Landing Gear Control B 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided:


Lever Lock Solenoid 1) EICAS message LG WOW SYS FAIL is not
◙ displayed, and
2) The downlock release button is verified to
operate normally.
◙ PLACARD
Placard near Landing Gear Control Lever on the Main Instrument Panel – LNG GEAR LEVER LOCK
SOLENOID INOPERATIVE.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)
None.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)
To verify that the downlock release button operates normally, make sure that the button was used
in the previous flight. If applicable, refer to the logbook.
To command landing gear up after takeoff, make sure that the EICAS message LG WOW SYS FAIL
is not displayed and proceed as follows:
Down Lock Release button...........................PRESS and HOLD
Landing Gear................................................UP
Down Lock Release button...........................RELEASE
NOTE: If climb performance is required for obstacle clearance, press the downlock override button
to move the landing gear lever up.

41-02 Autobrake System C 1 0 I - (M) (O) May be inoperative provided:


◙ 1) Autobrake Control Knob is selected OFF
and deactivated,
2) Brake Temperature Sensors and
Indications operate normally.
C 1 0 II - (M) May be inoperative provided:
1) Autobrake Control Module is removed,
and
2) Procedures do not require its use.
◙ PLACARD
Placard near Autobrake Control Knob on the Main Instrument Panel – AUTOBRAKE INOPERATIVE.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)
For remarks and exceptions I:
To deactivate the Autobrake Control Knob:
Open the associated AUTOBRAKE circuit breaker on the RHCB Panel (DC Bus 2) and put a circuit
breaker ring on it.
For remarks and exceptions II:
If necessary, remove the Autobrake Control Module:
Refer to AMM TASK 32-41-02-04 to remove the Autobrake Control Module from the MAU. After
this removal it is necessary to install an Air Management Module, refer to AMM TASK 31-41-09-
04.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)
For remarks and exceptions I:
Flight crew operational information must be computed using manual braking.
NOTE:
 A-BRK --- EICAS indication or AUTOBRAKE FAIL Caution EICAS message may be displayed
on the EICAS on both dispatch conditions.
 If the Autobrake Control Knob is deactivated, BRK CONTROL FAULT Advisory EICAS
message may be displayed.
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44-17 Emergency/Parking Brake C 2 0 (M) May be inoperative provided associated


Accumulators Pressure accumulator charge is verified adequate
Transducers once each flight day.

◙ PLACARD
Placard above MFD display – EMERG/PRK BRK ACCUM 1 (2) PRESS IND INOPERATIVE.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)
Perform AMM TASK 12-12-05-610-801-A to verify affected Emergency/Parking Brake Accumulator
pre-charge. As the pressure indication on MFD is inoperative, use a ground pressure gauge that
reads 3000 psi (for example, GSE 057 REGULATOR – NITROGEN SERVICING) connected to
affected accumulator fill valve and proceed the task normally. If necessary, refill the accumulator
until pressure reaches the appropriate value for dispatch.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)
None.

44-30 Emergency/Parking Brake C 4 0 (M) May be inoperative provided associated


Accumulators Pressure accumulator charge is verified adequate
Indication on MFD once each flight day.

◙ PLACARD
Placard above MFD display – EMERG/PRK BRK ACCUM 1 (2) PRESS IND INOPERATIVE.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)
Perform AMM TASK 12-12-05-610-801-A to verify affected Emergency/Parking Brake Accumulator
pre-charge. As the pressure indication on MFD is inoperative, use a ground pressure gauge that
reads 3000 psi (for example, GSE 057 REGULATOR – NITROGEN SERVICING) connected to
affected accumulator fill valve and proceed the task normally. If necessary, refill the accumulator
until pressure reaches the appropriate value for dispatch.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)
None.
NOTE: Number installed refers to two indications on left-hand MFD Status Page and two indications
on right-hand MFD Status Page.

47-01 Brake Temperature C 4 3 I - (O) One may be inoperative provided:


Sensors 1) Landing Gear remains selected down for
◙ ◘ seven minutes after takeoff, and
2) Appropriate performance penalties are
applied.
C 4 0 II - (O) May be inoperative provided:
1) Landing Gear remains selected down for
seven minutes after takeoff,
2) Brake cooling time according to AFM
Quick Turn Around Weight limitations is
complied with, and
3) Appropriate performance penalties are
applied.
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47-01 Brake Temperature Sensors - Continued from the previous page.


◙ PLACARD
Placard above MFD display – BRK 1 (2) IB (OB) TEMP IND INOPERATIVE.
◘ Dispatch/Flight Planning Office shall be notified.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (M)
None.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (O)
For remarks and exceptions I:
 Apply a Drag Index of 562 for takeoff performance.
Alternatively to Drag Index method reduce the takeoff limit weight according to the table below:

MODEL FLAP 1 FLAP 2 FLAP 3 FLAP 4

11200 kg 12040 kg 11140 kg 9810 kg


EMBRAER 190
(24690 lb) (26550 lb) (24560 lb) (21640 lb)

Takeoff speeds (V1, VR and V2):


 VR and V2 for the actual takeoff weight, airport pressure altitude, OAT and flap and
rating configuration;
 V1 for the specific airport analysis maximum takeoff weight (without penalty). If V1
is greater than VR, then use V1 equal to VR.
 Keep Landing Gear selected down after takeoff according to MEL.
 In case of an engine failure after V1, the landing gear should be retr