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213, 216, ADDED NOTE FOR NON REVENUE FLIGHT FOR PARKING
218- 220, NOT MORE THAN 12 WEEKS.
222- 226, REPRINTED ALL
229, 233- ADDED NOTE FOR NON REVENUE FLIGHT.
234, 242- WARNING/NOTE/REASON FOR THE JOB AMENDED ALL
245, 248, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
250- 251, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
253- 256 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
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210, 217- LANDING GEAR - MLG - INTRODUCE ENHANCED
224 MAIN LANDING GEAR
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616, 618- 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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SUBJECT ________
CH/SE/SU C
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PARKING, MOORING, STORAGE & RETURN TO
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SERVICE - GENERAL
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DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL

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PARKING/STORAGE 10-10-00
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL

PARKING 10-11-00
MAINTENANCE PRACTICES 201 ALL
Parking procedures 201 ALL
Parking Procedure in Flight-ready 203 ALL
Condition (Parking of not more
than 15 Days)
Parking Procedure in Flight-ready 210 ALL
Condition (Parking of not more
than 12 Weeks)
Return to Operation after Parking 224 ALL
not more than 15 Days
Return to Operation after Parking 230 ALL
not more than 12 Weeks
Renewal of 15-Day Parking Period 237 ALL
Renewal of 12-Week Parking Period 239 ALL
Installation of the Aircraft 241 ALL
Protection Equipment
Removal of the Aircraft Protection 253 ALL
Equipment
Procedure for the Installation of 258 ALL
Wheel Chocks on Aircraft

PARKING 10-11-00
INSPECTION/CHECK 601 ALL
Periodic Ground Check at 7-day 601 ALL
Intervals
Periodic Ground Check at 15-day 603 ALL
Intervals
Periodic Ground Check at 1-month 610 ALL
Intervals

STORAGE 10-12-00
MAINTENANCE PRACTICES 201 ALL
Storage Procedures 201 ALL
Storage Procedure (Storage Not 203 ALL
More than 6 Months)

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Storage Procedure (Storage Not 225 ALL
More than 2 Years)
Renewal for 6 Months Storage 249 ALL
Period
Renewal for 2 Years Storage Period 252 ALL

STORAGE 10-12-00
INSPECTION/CHECK 601 ALL
Periodic Ground Check at 7-day 601 ALL
Intervals
Periodic Ground Check at 15-day 603 ALL
Intervals
Periodic Ground-Check at 1-month 606 ALL
Interval
Periodic ground-check at 3-month 612 ALL
interval
Periodic Ground Check at 6-month 620 ALL
Intervals
Periodic Ground Check at 1-year 621 001-049, 051-099
Intervals 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499

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MOORING 10-20-00
MAINTENANCE PRACTICES 201 ALL
Mooring of the Aircraft 201 ALL

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RETURN TO SERVICE 10-30-00
INSPECTION/CHECK 601 ALL
Return to Operation after Storage 601 ALL
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PARKING, MOORING, STORAGE & RETURN TO SERVICE - GENERAL
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
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1. _______
General
This chapter covers:
- Parking/Storage (Ref. ATA 10-10),
- Mooring (Ref. ATA 10-20),
- Return to Service (Ref. ATA 10-30).



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PARKING/STORAGE - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
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1. _______
General
This section provides information related to the parking and storage of the
aircraft.
It is divided as follows:
- PARKING (Ref. ATA 10-11),
- STORAGE (Ref. ATA 10-12).



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PARKING - MAINTENANCE PRACTICES
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TASK 10-11-00-555-006

Parking procedures

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

This task gives the procedures for:


- parking the aircraft in flight-ready condition
- ground checks during parking
- return to operation after parking
- renewal parking procedures

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Referenced Information

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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
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10-11-00-200-002 Periodic Ground Check at 7-day Intervals


R 10-11-00-200-003 Periodic Ground Check at 15-day Intervals
10-11-00-200-004 Periodic Ground Check at 1-month Intervals
10-11-00-554-003 Return to Operation after Parking not more than 15
Days
10-11-00-554-004 Return to Operation after Parking not more than 12
Weeks
10-11-00-555-007 Parking Procedure in Flight-ready Condition (Parking
of not more than 15 Days)
10-11-00-555-008 Parking Procedure in Flight-ready Condition (Parking
of not more than 12 Weeks)
10-11-00-555-011 Renewal of 15-Day Parking Period
10-11-00-555-012 Renewal of 12-Week Parking Period

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 10-11-00-860-083

A. Not Applicable



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4. Procedure
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Subtask 10-11-00-555-073

A. Procedures to park the aircraft in flight-ready condition with related


procedures to do periodic ground check, to return to operation and to do
again the parking procedure

(1) Parking of the aircraft in flight-ready condition not more than 15


days (Ref. TASK 10-11-00-555-007)

(a) During parking for not more than 15 days, you must do a periodic
ground check at 7-day intervals (Ref. TASK 10-11-00-200-002).

(b) Return to operation after parking period of not more than 15 days
(Ref. TASK 10-11-00-554-003).

(c) You can do again the procedure to park the aircraft for not more
than 15 days one time only (Ref. TASK 10-11-00-555-011).

(2) Parking of the aircraft in flight-ready condition not more than 12


weeks (Ref. TASK 10-11-00-555-008)

R NOTE : The procedure for the renewal of the 12-week parking period
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R includes an instruction to do a non-revenue flight within the
R aircraft standard envelope.

(a) During parking period of not more than 12 weeks, you must do
periodic ground checks:
- periodic ground check at 7-day intervals (Ref. TASK 10-11-00-
200-002)
- periodic ground check at 15-day intervals (Ref. TASK 10-11-00-
200-003)
- periodic ground check at 1-month intervals (Ref. TASK 10-11-00-
200-004).

(b) Return to operation after parking period of not more than 12


weeks (Ref. TASK 10-11-00-554-004).

(c) You can do again the procedure to park the aircraft for not more
than 12 weeks more than one time (Ref. TASK 10-11-00-555-012).



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TASK 10-11-00-555-007

Parking Procedure in Flight-ready Condition (Parking of not more than 15 Days)

CAUTION : MAKE SURE THAT YOU OBEY THE MAINTENANCE PROGRAM FOR STORED/ PARKED
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AIRCRAFT. DO NOT CHANGE OR STOP THE MAINTENANCE PROGRAM WITHOUT
APPROVAL FROM YOUR LOCAL AUTHORITIES.

CAUTION : DURING THIS PROCEDURE:


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- MAKE SURE THAT THE LANDING GEAR GROUND SAFETIES, LOCKING DEVICES
AND WHEEL CHOCKS ARE IN POSITION.
- KEEP THE ACCESS PLATFORM AT A SUFFICIENT DISTANCE FROM THE AIRCRAFT
(IN WIND, SHOCK ABSORBER REBOUND CAN CAUSE MOVEMENT OF THE AIRCRAFT).

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

This procedure gives the preservation steps for a parking period of not more
than 15 days.

NOTE : This procedure is to keep the aircraft in flight-ready condition


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during the parking period.
We recommend that there is no cannibalization or removal of parts
during this parking period.

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
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R No specific AR CHOCK - WHEEL


25-01-000 1 SUN SCREEN,SET-COCKPIT



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05-57-00-200-001 Aircraft Stability


10-11-00-200-002 Periodic Ground Check at 7-day Intervals
10-11-00-554-003 Return to Operation after Parking not more than 15
Days
10-11-00-555-011 Renewal of 15-Day Parking Period
10-11-00-555-013 Installation of the Aircraft Protection Equipment
R 10-11-00-555-015 Procedure for the Installation of Wheel Chocks on
R Aircraft
10-20-00-556-001 Mooring of the Aircraft
12-11-28-650-003 Pressure Refuel with Automatic Control
12-11-28-650-004 Pressure Refuel with Manual Control
12-16-38-613-001 Servicing of the Toilet System
12-21-11-615-002 External Cleaning
12-21-12-100-002 Cleaning of the Cockpit Equipment/Furnishings
12-21-12-100-003 Cleaning of the Carpets and Non-Textile Floor
Covering (NTF)
12-21-12-100-004 Cleaning of the Plastic Surfaces and Mirrors
12-21-12-100-005 Cleaning of the Seat Covers and the Curtains
12-21-12-100-006 Cleaning of the Light Alloy and Steel Components
12-21-12-100-007 Cleaning of the Cargo Compartments
12-21-12-100-008 Cleaning of the Cabin Monitors and Display Screens
(if installed)
12-21-12-100-009 Cleaning of the Plastic Wash Basin in the Lavatories
12-24-38-680-001 Draining of the Potable Water System (with Electrical
Power)
12-31-21-660-001 Cold Weather Maintenance - Air Conditioning
12-31-24-660-001 Cold Weather Maintenance - Electrical Power
12-31-25-660-001 Cold Weather Maintenance - Equipment/Furnishings
12-31-27-660-001 Cold Weather Maintenance - Flight Controls
12-31-28-660-001 Cold Weather Maintenance - Fuel
12-31-31-660-001 Cold Weather Maintenance - Indicating/Recording
systems and Navigation
12-31-32-660-001 Cold Weather Maintenance - Landing Gear
12-31-35-660-001 Cold Weather Maintenance - Oxygen System
12-31-38-660-001 Cold Weather Maintenance - Water/Waste
12-31-49-660-001 Cold Weather Maintenance - Auxiliary Power Unit
12-31-51-660-001 Cold Weather Maintenance - Structure
12-31-52-660-001 Cold Weather Maintenance - Doors
12-31-71-660-001 Cold Weather Maintenance - Power Plant
12-32-28-281-001 Drain Water Content
12-34-24-869-002 Aircraft Grounding for the Maintenance Operations



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24-38-51-000-001 Removal of the Batteries (2PB1, 2PB2)


24-41-00-861-002 Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the
External Power
24-41-00-862-002 De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits Supplied
from the External Power
32-00-00-481-001 Installation of the Safety Devices on the Landing
Gears
52-10-00-410-001 Closing of the Passenger/Crew Door

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 10-11-00-860-072

A. General

(1) This section gives the procedure to park the aircraft in standard
weather conditions but:

(a) If the aircraft is parked in high wind conditions:


- do a check of the aircraft stability (Ref. TASK 05-57-00-200-
001)
- moor the aircraft (Ref. TASK 10-20-00-556-001) if necessary.

(b) If the aircraft is kept in storage in cold weather conditions:


- do the cold weather maintenance procedures:
(Ref. TASK 12-31-21-660-001), (Ref. TASK 12-31-24-660-001),
(Ref. TASK 12-31-25-660-001), (Ref. TASK 12-31-27-660-001),
(Ref. TASK 12-31-28-660-001), (Ref. TASK 12-31-31-660-001),
(Ref. TASK 12-31-32-660-001), (Ref. TASK 12-31-35-660-001),
(Ref. TASK 12-31-38-660-001),
(Ref. TASK 12-31-49-660-001), (Ref. TASK 12-31-51-660-001),
(Ref. TASK 12-31-52-660-001), (Ref. TASK 12-31-71-660-001).

NOTE : In cold weather conditions, we recommend that you put a


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Subtask 10-11-00-615-053

B. Cleaning of the Aircraft

(1) If necessary, clean the aircraft externally (Ref. TASK 12-21-11-615-


002).

(2) If necessary, clean the aircraft internally:


(Ref. TASK 12-21-12-100-002)
(Ref. TASK 12-21-12-100-003)
(Ref. TASK 12-21-12-100-004)
(Ref. TASK 12-21-12-100-005)
(Ref. TASK 12-21-12-100-006)
(Ref. TASK 12-21-12-100-007)
(Ref. TASK 12-21-12-100-008)
(Ref. TASK 12-21-12-100-009)

Subtask 10-11-00-941-054

C. Safety Precautions

(1) Park the aircraft on a flat surface. Make sure that the wheels of the
nose landing gear are on the aircraft axis and the aircraft points
into the wind.

(2) Install the safety devices on the landing gears (Ref. TASK 32-00-00-
481-001).

(3) Make sure that the flaps, the slats, the spoilers and the thrust
reversers are retracted.

R (4) Make sure that the THS pitch-trim control wheel is set to two degrees
R aircraft nose up.

(5) Put the CHOCK - WHEEL in position: (Ref. TASK 10-11-00-555-015).

(6) Ground the aircraft (Ref. TASK 12-34-24-869-002).

Subtask 10-11-00-650-058

D. Aircraft Configuration

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

(2) If necessary refuel the fuel tanks to 30% minimum of their total
capacity (Ref. TASK 12-11-28-650-003) or (Ref. TASK 12-11-28-650-
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Subtask 10-11-00-281-059

A. Protection of the Fuel System

(1) Drain water from all the fuel tanks (Ref. TASK 12-32-28-281-001).

NOTE : Do the water drain procedure one hour after refueling is


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completed.

Subtask 10-11-00-680-055

B. Protection of the Water and Toilet System

(1) Potable water system

(a) If the parking period is more than 2 days:


- drain, flush and dry the system if necessary (Ref. TASK 12-24-
38-680-001)

NOTE : The airline can use its experience to adapt the 2-day
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interval.

(2) Toilet system

(a) If the parking period is more than 2 days:


- drain, flush and clean the system with disinfectant if
necessary (Ref. TASK 12-16-38-613-001).

Subtask 10-11-00-620-060

C. Protection of the Windows

(1) Open the cockpit and cabin window shades.

(2) Make sure that the sliding windows are closed.

(3) We recommend that you put a SUN SCREEN,SET-COCKPIT (25-01-000) in the


cockpit on all the windows.

Subtask 10-11-00-555-065

D. Installation of the Protection Equipment

(1) Use adapted protection equipment to give protection to all the


probes, the engines and the APU (Ref. TASK 10-11-00-555-013).



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E. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) On the overhead panel 25VU, on the CABIN PRESS section:


- Push the DITCHING pushbutton switch to close the ventilation skin
valves and the outflow valves .

(2) If the parking is more than 2 days:

(a) We recommend that you disconnect the batteries 2PB1 and 2PB2
(Ref. TASK 24-38-51-000-001).

NOTE : If the batteries stay connected during parking, it is


____
necessary to do a check of the batteries 2PB1 and 2BP2
pushbutton switches on OFF position.

(3) De-energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-862-


002).

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 10-11-00-942-055

A. Close-up.

(1) Make an entry in the aircraft log book or attach a tag on the Captain
side stick to tell the crew that protection covers/devices are
installed.

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

(3) Close all the pressurized access doors.

(4) Close the passenger/crew doors (Ref. TASK 52-10-00-410-001).

Subtask 10-11-00-555-066

B. Periodic Checks and Return to Operation

(1) During the parking period, do the periodic checks:


- at 7-day intervals (Ref. TASK 10-11-00-200-002).

(2) For return to operation, do the return to operation procedure


(Ref. TASK 10-11-00-554-003).



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TASK 10-11-00-555-008

Parking Procedure in Flight-ready Condition (Parking of not more than 12 Weeks)

CAUTION : MAKE SURE THAT YOU OBEY THE MAINTENANCE PROGRAM FOR STORED/ PARKED
_______
AIRCRAFT. DO NOT CHANGE OR STOP THE MAINTENANCE PROGRAM WITHOUT
APPROVAL FROM YOUR LOCAL AUTHORITIES.

CAUTION : DURING THIS PROCEDURE:


_______
- MAKE SURE THAT THE LANDING GEAR GROUND SAFETIES, LOCKING DEVICES
AND WHEEL CHOCKS ARE IN POSITION.
- KEEP THE ACCESS PLATFORM AT A SUFFICIENT DISTANCE FROM THE AIRCRAFT
(IN WIND, SHOCK ABSORBER REBOUND CAN CAUSE MOVEMENT OF THE AIRCRAFT).

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

This procedure gives the preservation steps for a parking period of not more
than 12 weeks.

NOTE : This procedure is to keep the aircraft in flight-ready condition


____
during the parking period.
We recommend that there is no cannibalization or removal of parts
during this parking period.

R NOTE : The procedure for the renewal of the 12-week parking period includes
____
R an instruction to do a non-revenue flight within the aircraft
R standard envelope.

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
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No specific AR CHOCK - WHEEL


25-01-000 1 SUN SCREEN,SET-COCKPIT

B. Consumable Materials

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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
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Material No. 05-043


VARNISH P.T.F.E SPRAY (Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 15-002 USA MIL-B-131 TYPE I
BARRIER MATERIAL WATER VAPOR PROOF (Ref. 20-31-00)



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05-57-00-200-001 Aircraft Stability


10-11-00-200-002 Periodic Ground Check at 7-day Intervals
10-11-00-200-003 Periodic Ground Check at 15-day Intervals
10-11-00-200-004 Periodic Ground Check at 1-month Intervals
10-11-00-554-004 Return to Operation after Parking not more than 12
Weeks
10-11-00-555-012 Renewal of 12-Week Parking Period
10-11-00-555-013 Installation of the Aircraft Protection Equipment
10-11-00-555-015 Procedure for the Installation of Wheel Chocks on
Aircraft
10-20-00-556-001 Mooring of the Aircraft
12-11-28-650-003 Pressure Refuel with Automatic Control
12-11-28-650-004 Pressure Refuel with Manual Control
12-16-38-613-001 Servicing of the Toilet System
12-21-11-615-002 External Cleaning
12-21-12-100-002 Cleaning of the Cockpit Equipment/Furnishings
12-21-12-100-003 Cleaning of the Carpets and Non-Textile Floor
Covering (NTF)
12-21-12-100-004 Cleaning of the Plastic Surfaces and Mirrors
12-21-12-100-005 Cleaning of the Seat Covers and the Curtains
12-21-12-100-006 Cleaning of the Light Alloy and Steel Components
12-21-12-100-007 Cleaning of the Cargo Compartments
12-21-12-100-008 Cleaning of the Cabin Monitors and Display Screens
(if installed)
12-21-12-100-009 Cleaning of the Plastic Wash Basin in the Lavatories
12-22-52-640-002 Lubrication of the FWD and AFT Cargo-Compartment
Doors
12-22-52-640-006 Lubrication of the External Control Handles of the
FWD and AFT Passenger/Crew Doors
R 12-22-52-640-007 Lubrication of the BULK-Cargo Compartment-Door Handle
R and Hinge Arms Bearings
12-22-52-640-008 Lubrication of the Avionics Compartment-Door Handles
12-22-52-640-009 Lubrication of the FWD and AFT Cargo-Compartment Door
Handle
12-22-52-640-013 Lubrication of the External Control Handle and the
Telescopic Arm
12-22-52-640-014 Lubrication of Safety Pin Guide Fitting and Door
Arming/Disarming Mechanism
12-22-52-640-016 Lubrication of the Hinge-Arm Support-Fitting Bearings
12-24-38-680-001 Draining of the Potable Water System (with Electrical
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12-31-21-660-001 Cold Weather Maintenance - Air Conditioning


12-31-24-660-001 Cold Weather Maintenance - Electrical Power
12-31-25-660-001 Cold Weather Maintenance - Equipment/Furnishings
12-31-27-660-001 Cold Weather Maintenance - Flight Controls
12-31-28-660-001 Cold Weather Maintenance - Fuel
12-31-31-660-001 Cold Weather Maintenance - Indicating/Recording
systems and Navigation
12-31-32-660-001 Cold Weather Maintenance - Landing Gear
12-31-35-660-001 Cold Weather Maintenance - Oxygen System
12-31-38-660-001 Cold Weather Maintenance - Water/Waste
12-31-49-660-001 Cold Weather Maintenance - Auxiliary Power Unit
12-31-51-660-001 Cold Weather Maintenance - Structure
12-31-52-660-001 Cold Weather Maintenance - Doors
12-31-71-660-001 Cold Weather Maintenance - Power Plant
12-32-28-281-001 Drain Water Content
12-32-28-281-003 Sample Fuel for Microbiological Contamination
Analysis
24-38-51-000-001 Removal of the Batteries (2PB1, 2PB2)
24-41-00-861-002 Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the
External Power
24-41-00-862-002 De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits Supplied
from the External Power
28-11-00-600-010 Biocidal Preventative Treatment for Aircraft in
Long-Term Storage - With Fuel Mixed with Biobor
Biocide
28-11-00-600-010 Biocidal Preventative Treatment for Aircraft in
Long-Term Storage - With Fuel Mixed with Kathon
Biocide
28-11-00-600-010 Biocidal Preventative Treatment for Aircraft in
Long-Term Storage - Using Biobor Biocide With a
Metered Injection Rig
28-11-00-600-010 Biocidal Preventative Treatment for Aircraft in
Long-Term Storage - Using Kathon Biocide With a
Metered Injection Rig
32-00-00-481-001 Installation of the Safety Devices on the Landing
Gears
34-10-00-170-001 Flushing of the Principal Total Pressure Lines
34-10-00-170-002 Flushing of the Principal Static Pressure Lines
34-10-00-170-003 Draining and Flushing of Standby Pneumatic Circuits
34-22-25-170-001 Draining and Flushing of the Standby Static and
Standby Total Pressure lines (ISIS)
49-00-00-860-003 APU Start by Batteries (GTCP 36-300)
49-00-00-860-004 APU Shutdown by Batteries (GTCP 36-300)



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49-00-00-860-005 APU Start by Batteries (APS 3200)


49-00-00-860-006 APU Shutdown by Batteries (APS 3200)
49-00-00-860-008 APU Start by Batteries (131-9(A))
49-00-00-860-009 APU Shutdown by Batteries (131-9(A))
52-10-00-010-001 Opening of the Passenger/Crew Door
52-10-00-410-001 Closing of the Passenger/Crew Door
52-22-00-010-001 Opening of the Emergency Exit Doors from the
Passenger Compartment
52-22-00-410-001 Closing of the Emergency Exit Doors from the
Passenger Compartment
52-30-00-860-001 Open the FWD or AFT Cargo-Compartment Door with the
Yellow Electric Pump
52-30-00-860-002 Close the FWD or AFT Cargo-Compartment Door with the
Yellow Electric Pump
52-30-00-860-006 Open the Bulk Cargo-Compartment Door
52-30-00-860-008 Close the Bulk Cargo-Compartment Door
71-00-00-710-003 Engine Automatic Start
71-00-00-710-018 Discontinued Start, Restart and Shutdown Procedures
71-00-00-710-028 Engine Shutdown
71-00-00-710-043 Normal Engine Automatic Start Procedure
78-31-00-710-041 Operational Test of the Thrust Reverser System with
the CFDS
78-31-00-710-042 Operational Test of the Thrust Reverser System

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 10-11-00-860-074

R A. General

(1) This section gives the procedure to park the aircraft in standard
weather conditions but:

(a) If the aircraft is parked in high wind conditions:


- do a check of the aircraft stability (Ref. TASK 05-57-00-200-
001)
- moor the aircraft (Ref. TASK 10-20-00-556-001) if necessary.

(b) If the aircraft is stored in cold weather conditions:


- do the cold weather maintenance procedures:
(Ref. TASK 12-31-21-660-001), (Ref. TASK 12-31-24-660-001),
(Ref. TASK 12-31-25-660-001), (Ref. TASK 12-31-27-660-001),
(Ref. TASK 12-31-28-660-001), (Ref. TASK 12-31-31-660-001),



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(Ref. TASK 12-31-32-660-001), (Ref. TASK 12-31-35-660-001),
(Ref. TASK 12-31-38-660-001),
(Ref. TASK 12-31-49-660-001), (Ref. TASK 12-31-51-660-001),
(Ref. TASK 12-31-52-660-001), (Ref. TASK 12-31-71-660-001).

NOTE : In cold weather conditions, we recommend that you put a


____
fiber material between the tires and the ground surface.

Subtask 10-11-00-615-054

B. Cleaning of the Aircraft

(1) If necessary, clean the aircraft externally (Ref. TASK 12-21-11-615-


002).

(2) If necessary, clean the aircraft internally:


(Ref. TASK 12-21-12-100-002)
(Ref. TASK 12-21-12-100-003)
(Ref. TASK 12-21-12-100-004)
(Ref. TASK 12-21-12-100-005)
(Ref. TASK 12-21-12-100-006)
(Ref. TASK 12-21-12-100-007)
(Ref. TASK 12-21-12-100-008)
(Ref. TASK 12-21-12-100-009)

Subtask 10-11-00-941-055

C. Safety Precautions

(1) Park the aircraft on a flat surface. Make sure that the wheels of the
nose landing gear are on the aircraft axis and the aircraft points
into the wind.

(2) Install the safety devices on the landing gears (Ref. TASK 32-00-00-
481-001).

(3) Make sure that the flaps, the slats, the spoilers and the thrust
reversers are retracted.

R (4) Make sure that the THS pitch-trim control wheel is set to two degrees
R aircraft nose up.

(5) Put the CHOCK - WHEEL in position: (Ref. TASK 10-11-00-555-015).



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Subtask 10-11-00-650-059

D. Aircraft Configuration

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

(2) If necessary refuel the fuel tanks to 30% minimum of their total
capacity (Ref. TASK 12-11-28-650-003) or (Ref. TASK 12-11-28-650-
004).

4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 10-11-00-281-060

A. Protection of the fuel system

(1) Do a fuel sampling for microbiological contamination (Ref. TASK 12-


32-28-281-003).

(2) Do a preventive treatment:

(a) If premixed fuel is available:


- refuel the wing tanks to 30% of the total capacity with fuel
R premixed with kathon biocide (Ref. TASK 28-11-00-600-010) or
R biobor biocide (Ref. TASK 28-11-00-600-010).
- Refuel the center tank to 30% of the total capacity with fuel
R premixed with Kathon Biocide (Ref. TASK 28-11-00-600-010) or
R Biobor Biocide (Ref. TASK 28-11-00-600-010).

(b) If premixed fuel is not available:


- Refuel the wing tanks to 30% of the total capacity with fuel
R not premixed with kathon biocide (Ref. TASK 28-11-00-600-010)
R or biobor biocide (Ref. TASK 28-11-00-600-010).
- Refuel the center tank to 30% of the total capacity with no
R fuel premixed with kathon biocide (Ref. TASK 28-11-00-600-010)
R or biobor biocide (Ref. TASK 28-11-00-600-010).

(3) Drain water from all the fuel tanks (Ref. TASK 12-32-28-281-001)

NOTE : Do the water drain procedure one hour after refueling is


____
completed.

(4) Close all the fuel system valves.



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Subtask 10-11-00-710-056-B

B. Protection of the APU

NOTE : You can ignore this step if the last flight cycle was in the last
____
24 hours (engines and APU operated). In these conditions, the
parking period starts from the end of this last flight cycle.

(1) Start the APU and operate it for at least 5 minutes at no load
governed speed:
- for a GTCP 36-300 APU: (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-003)
- for an APS 3200 APU: (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-005)
- for a 131-9(A) APU: (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-008)

(2) After protection of the engines, stop the APU:


- for a GTCP 36-300 APU: (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-004)
- for an APS 3200 APU: (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-006)
- for a 131-9(A) APU: (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-009)

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


401-499,

Subtask 10-11-00-710-057

C. Protection of the Engines

NOTE : You can ignore this step if the last flight cycle was in the last
____
24 hours (engines and APU operated). In these conditions, the
parking period starts from the end of this last flight cycle.

(1) Start the engines and let them become stable at ground idle for 15 to
20 min (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-003).

(2) Do a thrust reverser full cycle (Ref. TASK 78-31-00-710-042).

(3) Stop the engines (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-028).

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

Subtask 10-11-00-710-057-A

C. Protection of the Engines

NOTE : You can ignore this step if the last flight cycle was in the last
____
24 hours (engines and APU operated). In these conditions, the
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(1) Start the engines and let them become stable at ground idle for 15 to
20 min (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-043).

(2) Do a thrust reverser full cycle (Ref. TASK 78-31-00-710-041).

(3) Stop the engines (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-018).

**ON A/C ALL

Subtask 10-11-00-680-056

D. Protection of the Water and Toilet System

(1) Potable water system

(a) If the parking period is more than 2 days:


- drain, flush and dry the system if necessary (Ref. TASK 12-24-
38-680-001).

(2) Toilet system

(a) If the parking period is more than 2 days:


- drain, flush and disinfect the system if necessary (Ref. TASK
12-16-38-613-001).

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-105, 151-199, 201-212, 214-220, 236-238,

Subtask 10-11-00-170-055

E. Flushing of the Air Data System

(1) Flush the total pressure line of the Air Data Module (Ref. TASK 34-
10-00-170-001).

(2) Flush the static pressure line of the Air Data Module (Ref. TASK 34-
10-00-170-002).

(3) Drain and flush the standby static and standby total pressure lines
of the Air Data Module (Ref. TASK 34-10-00-170-003).



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R **ON A/C 106-149, 213-213, 221-235, 239-249, 251-299, 301-399, 401-499,
R 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

Subtask 10-11-00-170-055-A

E. Flushing of the Air Data System

(1) Flush the total pressure line of the Air Data Module (Ref. TASK 34-
10-00-170-001).

(2) Flush the static pressure line of the Air Data Module (Ref. TASK 34-
10-00-170-002).

(3) Drain and flush the standby static and standby total pressure lines
of the Air Data Module (Ref. TASK 34-22-25-170-001).

**ON A/C ALL

Subtask 10-11-00-620-061

F. Protection of the Windows

(1) Open the cockpit and cabin window shades.

(2) Make sure that the sliding window are closed.

(3) We recommend that you put a SUN SCREEN,SET-COCKPIT (25-01-000) in the


cockpit on all the windows.

Subtask 10-11-00-620-062

G. Protection of the Seats

(1) We recommend that you do the protection of the cockpit and passenger
seats with STORAGE PRESERVATION (Material No. 15-002). This is to
prevent discoloration by the sun during a long parking period.



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**ON A/C 001-003, 051-054,

Subtask 10-11-00-620-063-A

H. Protection of the Doors

(1) Open the passenger/crew doors (Ref. TASK 52-10-00-010-001).

(2) Open the cargo compartment doors (Ref. TASK 52-30-00-860-001).

(3) Open the bulk-cargo door (Ref. TASK 52-30-00-860-006).

(4) Open all the pressurized access doors.

(5) Lubricate the external control handles of the passenger/crew doors


(Ref. TASK 12-22-52-640-006).

(6) Lubricate the safety pin guide fitting and the door arming/disarming
mechanism (Ref. TASK 12-22-52-640-014).

(7) Lubricate the hinge-arm support-fitting bearings (Ref. TASK 12-22-52-


640-016).

(8) Lubricate the cargo-compartment doors (Ref. TASK 12-22-52-640-002).

(9) Lubricate the cargo-compartment door handles (Ref. TASK 12-22-52-640-


009).

(10) Lubricate the bulk-cargo door handle (Ref. TASK 12-22-52-640-007).

(11) Lubricate the avionics compartment-door handles (Ref. TASK 12-22-52-


640-008).

(12) Apply SPECIAL MATERIALS (Material No. 05-043) on the seals of all the
doors.

R **ON A/C 004-049, 055-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 401-499,


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

Subtask 10-11-00-620-063

H. Protection of the Doors

(1) Open the passenger/crew doors (Ref. TASK 52-10-00-010-001).

(2) Open the cargo compartment doors (Ref. TASK 52-30-00-860-001).


R

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(3) Open all the pressurized access doors.

(4) Lubricate the external control handles of the passenger/crew doors


(Ref. TASK 12-22-52-640-006).

(5) Lubricate the safety pin guide fitting and the door arming/disarming
mechanism (Ref. TASK 12-22-52-640-014).

(6) Lubricate the hinge-arm support-fitting bearings (Ref. TASK 12-22-52-


640-016).

(7) Lubricate the cargo-compartment doors (Ref. TASK 12-22-52-640-002).

(8) Lubricate the cargo-compartment door handles (Ref. TASK 12-22-52-640-


009).

(9) Lubricate the avionics compartment-door handles (Ref. TASK 12-22-52-


640-008).

(10) Apply SPECIAL MATERIALS (Material No. 05-043) on the seals of all the
doors.

**ON A/C 301-399,

Subtask 10-11-00-620-063-B

H. Protection of the Doors

(1) Open the passenger/crew doors (Ref. TASK 52-10-00-010-001).

(2) Open the emergency exit doors (Ref. TASK 52-22-00-010-001).

(3) Open the cargo compartment doors (Ref. TASK 52-30-00-860-001).

(4) Open all the pressurized access doors.

(5) Lubricate the external control handles of the passenger/crew doors


(Ref. TASK 12-22-52-640-006).

(6) Lubricate the safety pin guide fitting and the door arming/disarming
mechanism (Ref. TASK 12-22-52-640-014).

(7) Lubricate the hinge-arm support-fitting bearings (Ref. TASK 12-22-52-


640-016).


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(8) Lubricate the external control handle and the telescopic arm
(Ref. TASK 12-22-52-640-013).

(9) Lubricate the cargo-compartment doors (Ref. TASK 12-22-52-640-002).

(10) Lubricate the cargo-compartment door handles (Ref. TASK 12-22-52-640-


009).

(11) Lubricate the avionics compartment-door handles (Ref. TASK 12-22-52-


640-008).

(12) Apply SPECIAL MATERIALS (Material No. 05-043) on the seals of all the
doors.

**ON A/C ALL

Subtask 10-11-00-555-067

J. Installation of the Protection Equipment

(1) Put adapted protection equipment on all the probes, the engines and
the APU (Ref. TASK 10-11-00-555-013).

Subtask 10-11-00-860-075

K. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) On the overhead panel 25VU, on the CABIN PRESS section:


- Push the DITCHING pushbutton switch to close the ventilation skin
valves and the outflow valves .

(2) Disconnect the batteries 2PB1 and 2PB2 (Ref. TASK 24-38-51-000-001).

(3) De-energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-862-


002).


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5. Close-up
________

**ON A/C 001-003, 051-054,

Subtask 10-11-00-942-056-A

A. Close-up.

(1) Close all the pressurized access doors.

(2) Close the passenger/crew doors (Ref. TASK 52-10-00-410-001).

(3) Close the FWD and aft cargo-compartment doors (Ref. TASK 52-30-00-
860-002).

(4) Close the bulk cargo door (Ref. TASK 52-30-00-860-008).

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

(6) Make an entry in the aircraft log book or attach a tag on the captain
side stick to tell the crew that protection covers/devices are
installed.

R **ON A/C 004-049, 055-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 401-499,


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

Subtask 10-11-00-942-056

A. Close-up.

(1) Close all the pressurized access doors.

(2) Close the passenger/crew doors (Ref. TASK 52-10-00-410-001).

(3) Close the FWD and aft cargo-compartment doors (Ref. TASK 52-30-00-
860-002).

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

(5) Make an entry in the aircraft log book or attach a tag on the captain
side stick to tell the crew that protection covers/devices are
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**ON A/C 301-399,

Subtask 10-11-00-942-056-B

A. Close-up.

(1) Close all the pressurized access doors.

(2) Close the emergency exit doors (Ref. TASK 52-22-00-410-001).

(3) Close the passenger/crew doors (Ref. TASK 52-10-00-410-001).

(4) Close the FWD and aft cargo-compartment doors (Ref. TASK 52-30-00-
860-002).

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

(6) Make an entry in the aircraft log book or attach a tag on the captain
side stick to tell the crew that protection covers/devices are
installed.

**ON A/C ALL

Subtask 10-11-00-555-068

B. Periodic Checks and Return to Operation

(1) During the parking period, do the periodic checks:


- at 7-day intervals (Ref. TASK 10-11-00-200-002).
- at 15-day intervals (Ref. TASK 10-11-00-200-003).
- at 1-month intervals (Ref. TASK 10-11-00-200-004).

(2) For return to operation, do the return to operation procedure


(Ref. TASK 10-11-00-554-004).

(3) You can do the renewal procedure more than one time (Ref. TASK 10-11-
00-555-012).

R NOTE : The procedure for the renewal of the 12-week parking period
____
R includes an instruction to do a non-revenue flight within the
R aircraft standard envelope.


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TASK 10-11-00-554-003

Return to Operation after Parking not more than 15 Days

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

This procedure gives the instructions necessary to operate an aircraft again


after a parking period of not more than 15 days.

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
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No specific warning notice


No specific 1 ACCESS PLATFORM 15M (49 FT) - ADJUSTABLE

B. Referenced Information

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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
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10-11-00-555-014 Removal of the Aircraft Protection Equipment


12-14-32-614-003 Check Charge Pressure of Main Landing Gear Shock
Absorber
12-14-32-614-004 Check NLG Shock Absorber Charge Pressure
12-21-11-615-002 External Cleaning
12-32-28-281-001 Drain Water Content
24-38-51-400-001 Installation of the Batteries (2PB1, 2PB2)
24-41-00-861-002 Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the
External Power
24-41-00-862-002 De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits Supplied
from the External Power
32-41-00-210-003 Inspection/Check of the Pressure of Tires
34-10-00-170-001 Flushing of the Principal Total Pressure Lines
34-10-00-170-002 Flushing of the Principal Static Pressure Lines
34-10-00-170-003 Draining and Flushing of Standby Pneumatic Circuits
34-22-25-170-001 Draining and Flushing of the Standby Static and
Standby Total Pressure lines (ISIS)


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3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 10-11-00-615-055

A. Safety Precautions

(1) Put an ACCESS PLATFORM 15M (49 FT) - ADJUSTABLE in position near the
aircraft.

(2) Put a warning notice in position in the cockpit to tell persons not
to operate the systems while you prepare the aircraft for operation
again.

4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 10-11-00-860-076

A. Aircraft Configuration

(1) Do a general visual inspection of the airframe from the ground for
correct condition.

R (a) Make sure that there is no leakage from:


- the wings
- the lower fuselage
- the landing gear
- the engines
- the APU
- the horizontal and vertical stabilizers.

(2) If necessary, clean the aircraft externally (Ref. TASK 12-21-11-615-


002).

Subtask 10-11-00-020-065

B. Removal of the Protection Equipment

R (1) Remove all the protection equipment from the engines, the APU and the
R probes (Ref. TASK 10-11-00-555-014).



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Subtask 10-11-00-860-077

C. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) Connect the batteries 2PB1, 2PB2 and make sure that the battery
charge is correct (Ref. TASK 24-38-51-400-001).

(2) Energize the aircraft electrical circuits


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

(3) On the overhead panel 25VU, on the CABIN PRESS section:


- Push the DITCHING pushbutton switch to open the ventilation skin
valves and the outflow valve.

Subtask 10-11-00-281-061

D. Protection of the Fuel System

(1) Drain water from all the fuel tanks (Ref. TASK 12-32-28-281-001).

Subtask 10-11-00-210-065

E. Inspection

(1) Do a check of the charge pressure of the landing gear shock


absorbers:
- for the NLG (Ref. TASK 12-14-32-614-004)
- for the MLG (Ref. TASK 12-14-32-614-003)

(2) Do a check of the tire pressure (Ref. TASK 32-41-00-210-003).

R **ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-105, 151-199, 201-212, 214-220, 236-238,

Subtask 10-11-00-170-056

F. Flushing of the Air Data System

NOTE : Flush the Air Data System only if the parking period is more than
____
7 days.

(1) Flush the total pressure line of the Air Data Module (Ref. TASK 34-
10-00-170-001).

(2) Flush the static pressure line of the Air Data Module (Ref. TASK 34-
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(3) Drain and flush the standby static and standby total pressure lines
of the Air Data Module (Ref. TASK 34-10-00-170-003).

R **ON A/C 106-149, 213-213, 221-235, 239-249, 251-299, 301-399, 401-499,


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

Subtask 10-11-00-170-056-A

F. Flushing of the Air Data System

NOTE : Flush the Air Data System only if the parking period is more than
____
7 days.

(1) Flush the total pressure line of the Air Data Module (Ref. TASK 34-
10-00-170-001).

(2) Flush the static pressure line of the Air Data Module (Ref. TASK 34-
10-00-170-002).

(3) Drain and flush the standby static and standby total pressure lines
of the Air Data Module (Ref. TASK 34-22-25-170-001).

**ON A/C ALL

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 10-11-00-942-057

A. Close-up

(1) De-energize the aircraft electrical circuits supplied from the


external power (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-862-002).

(2) Remove the tag from the Captain side stick or write in the log book
that the protection covers/devices are no longer installed.

(3) Remove all the fixtures, tools, test and support equipment used
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TASK 10-11-00-554-004

Return to Operation after Parking not more than 12 Weeks

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

This procedure gives the instructions necessary to operate an aircraft again


after a parking period of not more than 12 weeks.

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
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No specific warning notice


No specific 1 ACCESS PLATFORM 15M (49 FT) - ADJUSTABLE

B. Referenced Information

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

10-11-00-555-014 Removal of the Aircraft Protection Equipment


12-14-32-614-003 Check Charge Pressure of Main Landing Gear Shock
Absorber
12-14-32-614-004 Check NLG Shock Absorber Charge Pressure
12-21-11-615-002 External Cleaning
12-32-28-281-001 Drain Water Content
12-32-28-281-003 Sample Fuel for Microbiological Contamination
Analysis
24-38-51-400-001 Installation of the Batteries (2PB1, 2PB2)
24-41-00-861-002 Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the
External Power
24-41-00-862-002 De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits Supplied
from the External Power
R 28-11-00-280-002 Structural Fuel Tank Leaks - General Information
29-10-00-200-001 Check Fluid Level on Reservoir Indicators
32-41-00-210-002 Inspection/Check of the Wheels and Tires
32-41-00-210-003 Inspection/Check of the Pressure of Tires
34-10-00-170-001 Flushing of the Principal Total Pressure Lines
34-10-00-170-002 Flushing of the Principal Static Pressure Lines
34-10-00-170-003 Draining and Flushing of Standby Pneumatic Circuits



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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
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34-22-25-170-001 Draining and Flushing of the Standby Static and


Standby Total Pressure lines (ISIS)
52-10-00-010-001 Opening of the Passenger/Crew Door
52-10-00-410-001 Closing of the Passenger/Crew Door
52-30-00-860-002 Close the FWD or AFT Cargo-Compartment Door with the
Yellow Electric Pump
52-30-00-860-006 Open the Bulk Cargo-Compartment Door
52-30-00-860-008 Close the Bulk Cargo-Compartment Door

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 10-11-00-615-051

A. Safety Precautions

(1) Put an ACCESS PLATFORM 15M (49 FT) - ADJUSTABLE in position near the
aircraft.

(2) Put a warning notice in position in the cockpit to tell persons not
to operate the systems while you prepare the aircraft for operation
again.

4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 10-11-00-941-051

A. Aircraft Configuration

(1) Do a general visual inspection of the airframe from the ground for
correct condition.

R (a) Make sure that there is no leakage from:


- the wings
- the lower fuselage
- the landing gear
- the engines
- the APU
- the horizontal and vertical stabilizers.

(2) If necessary, clean the aircraft externally (Ref. TASK 12-21-11-615-


002).



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Subtask 10-11-00-020-063

B. Removal of the Protection Equipment

R (1) Remove all the protection equipment from the engines, the APU and the
R probes (Ref. TASK 10-11-00-555-014).

Subtask 10-11-00-860-066

C. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) Connect the batteries 2PB1, 2PB2 and make sure that the battery
charge is correct (Ref. TASK 24-38-51-400-001).

(2) Energize the aircraft electrical circuits


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

(3) On the overhead panel 25VU, on the CABIN PRESS section:


- Push the DITCHING pushbutton switch to open the ventilation skin
valves and the outflow valve.

Subtask 10-11-00-680-053

D. Protection of the fuel system

(1) Do a fuel sampling for microbiological contamination (Ref. TASK 12-


32-28-281-003).

(2) Drain water from all the fuel tanks (Ref. TASK 12-32-28-281-001)

NOTE : Do the water drain procedure one hour after refueling is


____
completed.

(3) Do a check of all the fuel tanks for leakage (Ref. TASK 28-11-00-280-
002).

Subtask 10-11-00-210-062

E. Inspection

(1) Do a check of the charge pressure of the landing-gear shock


absorbers:
- for the NLG (Ref. TASK 12-14-32-614-004)
- for the MLG (Ref. TASK 12-14-32-614-003)

(2) Do a check of the tire pressure (Ref. TASK 32-41-00-210-003).



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(3) Do a check of the tire condition (Ref. TASK 32-41-00-210-002).

(4) Do a check of the hydraulic reservoir level (Ref. TASK 29-10-00-200-


001).

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-105, 151-199, 201-212, 214-220, 236-238,

Subtask 10-11-00-170-054

F. Flushing of the Air Data System

NOTE : Flush the Air Data System only if the parking period is more than
____
7 Days

(1) Flush the total pressure line of the Air Data Module (Ref. TASK 34-
10-00-170-001).

(2) Flush the static pressure line of the Air Data Module (Ref. TASK 34-
10-00-170-002).

(3) Drain and flush the standby static and standby total pressure lines
of the Air Data Module (Ref. TASK 34-10-00-170-003).

R **ON A/C 106-149, 213-213, 221-235, 239-249, 251-299, 301-399, 401-499,


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

Subtask 10-11-00-170-054-A

F. Flushing of the Air Data System

NOTE : Flush the Air Data System only if the parking period is more than
____
7 Days

(1) Flush the total pressure line of the Air Data Module (Ref. TASK 34-
10-00-170-001).

(2) Flush the static pressure line of the Air Data Module (Ref. TASK 34-
10-00-170-002).

(3) Drain and flush the standby static and standby total pressure lines
of the Air Data Module (Ref. TASK 34-22-25-170-001).



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**ON A/C 001-003, 051-054,

Subtask 10-11-00-010-055-A

G. Get Access

(1) Open and close all the access doors to the pressurized area and make
sure that they operate correctly :
- the AFT and FWD passenger/crew doors (Ref. TASK 52-10-00-010-001)
and (Ref. TASK 52-10-00-410-001)
- the FWD and AFT cargo compartments (Ref. TASK 52-30-00-860-002) and
(Ref. TASK 52-30-00-860-002)
- the bulk cargo-compartment door (Ref. TASK 52-30-00-860-006) and
(Ref. TASK 52-30-00-860-008)

R **ON A/C 004-049, 055-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 401-499,


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

Subtask 10-11-00-010-055

G. Get Access

(1) Open and close all the access doors to the pressurized area and make
sure that they operate correctly :
- the AFT and FWD passenger/crew doors (Ref. TASK 52-10-00-010-001)
and (Ref. TASK 52-10-00-410-001)
- the FWD and AFT cargo compartments (Ref. TASK 52-30-00-860-002) and
(Ref. TASK 52-30-00-860-002)

**ON A/C 301-399,

Subtask 10-11-00-010-055-B

G. Get Access

(1) Open and close all the access doors to the pressurized area and make
sure that they operate correctly :
- the AFT and FWD passenger/crew doors (Ref. TASK 52-10-00-010-001)
and (Ref. TASK 52-10-00-410-001)
- the emergency exit doors (Ref. TASK 52-10-00-010-001) and
(Ref. TASK 52-10-00-410-001)
- the FWD and AFT cargo compartments (Ref. TASK 52-30-00-860-002) and
(Ref. TASK 52-30-00-860-002)


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5. Close-up
________

Subtask 10-11-00-860-067

A. Close-up

(1) De-energize the aircraft electrical circuits supplied from the


external power (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-862-002).

(2) Remove the tag from the Captain side stick or write in the log book
that the protection covers/devices are no longer installed.

(3) Remove all the fixtures, tools, test and support equipment used
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TASK 10-11-00-555-011

Renewal of 15-Day Parking Period

CAUTION : MAKE SURE THAT YOU OBEY THE MAINTENANCE PROGRAM FOR STORED/ PARKED
_______
AIRCRAFT. DO NOT CHANGE OR STOP THE MAINTENANCE PROGRAM WITHOUT
APPROVAL FROM YOUR LOCAL AUTHORITIES.

CAUTION : DURING THIS PROCEDURE:


_______
- MAKE SURE THAT THE LANDING GEAR GROUND SAFETIES, LOCKING DEVICES
AND WHEEL CHOCKS ARE IN POSITION.
- KEEP THE ACCESS PLATFORM AT A SUFFICIENT DISTANCE FROM THE AIRCRAFT
(IN WIND, SHOCK ABSORBER REBOUND CAN CAUSE MOVEMENT OF THE AIRCRAFT).

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

This procedure gives the operator the possibility to do the parking


procedure of 15 days again one time.

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Referenced Information

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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
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10-11-00-200-002 Periodic Ground Check at 7-day Intervals


10-11-00-200-003 Periodic Ground Check at 15-day Intervals
12-32-28-281-001 Drain Water Content
12-32-28-281-003 Sample Fuel for Microbiological Contamination
Analysis

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 10-11-00-860-078

A. Not Applicable



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4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 10-11-00-210-066

A. Protection of the fuel system

(1) Do a periodic ground check at 7-day intervals (Ref. TASK 10-11-00-


200-002) and at 15-day intervals (Ref. TASK 10-11-00-200-003).

(2) Do a fuel sampling for microbiological contamination (Ref. TASK 12-


32-28-281-003).

(3) Drain water from all the fuel tanks (Ref. TASK 12-32-28-281-001)

NOTE : Do the water drain procedure one hour after refueling is


____
completed.

(4) Close all the fuel system valves.


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Renewal of 12-Week Parking Period

CAUTION : YOU MUST CONTINUE TO DO THE SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE DURING THE PARKING
_______
PERIOD.

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

This procedure gives the operator the possibility to do the parking


procedure of 12 weeks again several times.

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Referenced Information

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

10-11-00-554-004 Return to Operation after Parking not more than 12


Weeks
10-11-00-555-008 Parking Procedure in Flight-ready Condition (Parking
of not more than 12 Weeks)
R 10-11-00-555-013 Installation of the Aircraft Protection Equipment
32-33-00-720-001 Functional Check of Free-Fall Extension

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 10-11-00-860-065

A. Not Applicable

4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 10-11-00-210-061

A. Preparation of the Aircraft

(1) Do the full return to operation after parking not more than 12 weeks
procedure (Ref. TASK 10-11-00-554-004).

Subtask 10-11-00-555-060

B. Procedure

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Subtask 10-11-00-555-061

C. Parking Period

(1) The new parking period for 12 weeks starts from the end of this last
flight.

NOTE : After the 4th successive renewal, do a landing-gear free-fall


____
extension test (Ref. TASK 32-33-00-720-001)

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 10-11-00-555-062

A. Put the Aircraft in Parking Configuration

(1) Let the engines and the APU become cool and install protection
covers/plugs on the fuselage, the engines and the APU area (Ref. TASK
10-11-00-555-013).

(2) Do the 12-week parking procedure (Ref. TASK 10-11-00-555-008)

(3) Remove all the fixtures, tools, test and support equipment used
during this procedure.



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TASK 10-11-00-555-013

Installation of the Aircraft Protection Equipment

WARNING : DO NOT APPLY ADHESIVE TAPE ON THE PROBES, DUCTS, SENSORS (STATIC,
_______
PITOT, TAT, AOA). USE ONLY THE SPECIFIED TOOLS FOR THE PROTECTION OF
THE AIRCRAFT. THE SPECIFIED TOOLS:
- GIVE THE CORRECT PROTECTION TO THE AIRCRAFT EQUIPMENT,
- ARE EASY TO SEE FROM THE GROUND,
- ARE EASY TO REMOVE.
IF YOU USE TAPE, THERE IS A RISK THAT SOME TAPE, OR ADHESIVE FROM THE
TAPE, WILL STAY ON THE PROBES, DUCTS OR SENSORS. THIS CAN CAUSE
INCORRECT INDICATIONS ON THE RELATED COCKPIT INSTRUMENTS.

WARNING : YOU MUST BE CAREFUL WHEN YOU DO WORK ON THE ENGINE PARTS AFTER THE
_______
ENGINE IS SHUTDOWN. THE ENGINE PARTS CAN STAY HOT FOR ALMOST 1 HOUR.

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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

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


No specific 1 WARNING NOTICE
HIX6002 2 HALF PLUG, RIGHT-THRUST REVERSER
HIX6003 2 HALF PLUG, LEFT-THRUST REVERSER
IAE1N20008 2 COVER-COMMON NOZZLE
IAE1N20400 2 COVER-INLET COWL
RSE1132 2 COVER - COMMON NOZZLE
RSE1244 2 COVER - INLET COWL ENGINE
98A10001005000 3 COVER-PITOT PROBE
98A10001013000 2 COVER-SLIP-ON,TOTAL TEMPERATURE SENSOR
98A10001500000 3 COVER-SLIP ON,ANGLE OF ATTACK SENSOR
98D10003001000 2 COVER-INLET COWL ENGINE
98D10003002000 2 COVER - INLET COWL ENGINE
R 98D10003003000 3 COVER - SLIP-ON, AOA SENSOR
98D10007512000 1 COVER-EXHAUST DUCT,APU
98D10007513000 1 COVER-OILCOOLER OUTLET,APU
98D10103500001 6 COVER-STATIC PROBE
98D10103501000 2 COVER - ICE DETECTION PROBE



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

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


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

10-11-00-991-001 Fig. 201

**ON A/C 401-499,

10-11-00-991-001-A Fig. 201A

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


401-499,

10-11-00-991-004 Fig. 202

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

10-11-00-991-004-A Fig. 202A

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


401-499,

10-11-00-991-005 Fig. 203

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

10-11-00-991-007 Fig. 204

**ON A/C ALL

10-11-00-991-006 Fig. 205



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3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 10-11-00-941-056

A. Safety Precautions

(1) On the panel 115VU:


- Make sure that the ENG/MODE selector switch is in the NORM
position.
- Make sure that the ENG/MASTER 1(2) control lever is in the OFF
position.

(2) On the panel 25VU:


- make sure that the PROBE/WINDOW HEAT pushbutton switch is released
(the ON legend is off).

(3) Put a WARNING NOTICE in position in the cockpit to tell persons not
to operate the systems while you install the protective devices on
the aircraft.

(4) Put an ACCESS PLATFORM 5M (16 FT)- ADJUSTABLE in position near the
aircraft.

(5) Before installation of protection devices, make sure that the probes,
the engines and the APU are cool.

4. Procedure
_________

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


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

Subtask 10-11-00-555-069

A. Installation of the Protection Devices on the Fuselage


(Ref. Fig. 201/TASK 10-11-00-991-001)

(1) Protection of the 2 total temperature sensors


- Put the COVER-SLIP-ON,TOTAL TEMPERATURE SENSOR (98A10001013000) in
position.

(2) Protection of the 3 pitot probes


- Put the COVER-PITOT PROBE (98A10001005000) in position.

(3) Protection of the 3 angle-of-attack sensors


- Put the COVER-SLIP ON,ANGLE OF ATTACK SENSOR (98A10001500000) or
COVER - SLIP-ON, AOA SENSOR (98D10003003000) in position.



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Figure 201/TASK 10-11-00-991-001


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(4) Protection of the 6 static probes
- Put the COVER-STATIC PROBE (98D10103500001) in position.

**ON A/C 401-499,

Subtask 10-11-00-555-069-A

A. Installation of the Protection Devices on the Fuselage


(Ref. Fig. 201A/TASK 10-11-00-991-001-A)

(1) Protection of the 2 total temperature sensors


- Put the COVER-SLIP-ON,TOTAL TEMPERATURE SENSOR (98A10001013000) in
position.

(2) Protection of the 3 pitot probes


- Put the COVER-PITOT PROBE (98A10001005000) in position.

(3) Protection of the 3 angle-of-attack sensors


- Put the COVER-SLIP ON,ANGLE OF ATTACK SENSOR (98A10001500000) or
COVER - SLIP-ON, AOA SENSOR (98D10003003000) in position.

(4) Protection of the 6 static probes


- Put the COVER-STATIC PROBE (98D10103500001) in position.

(5) Protection of the 2 ice detection probes


- Put the COVER - ICE DETECTION PROBE (98D10103501000) in position.

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


401-499,

Subtask 10-11-00-555-070

B. Installation of the Protection Devices on the Engines


(Ref. Fig. 202/TASK 10-11-00-991-004, 203/TASK 10-11-00-991-005)

(1) Protection of the engine air intakes


- Put the COVER - INLET COWL ENGINE (RSE1244) or COVER - INLET COWL
ENGINE (98D10003002000) in position.

(2) Protection of the engine exhaust nozzles


- Put the COVER - COMMON NOZZLE (RSE1132) in position.

(3) Protection of the thrust reverser opening


- Put the HALF PLUG, RIGHT-THRUST REVERSER (HIX6002) and HALF PLUG,
LEFT-THRUST REVERSER (HIX6003) in position.


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Figure 202/TASK 10-11-00-991-004


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Protective Equipment
Figure 202A/TASK 10-11-00-991-004-A


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Half Plug
Figure 203/TASK 10-11-00-991-005


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

Subtask 10-11-00-555-070-A

B. Installation of the Protection Devices on the Engines


(Ref. Fig. 202A/TASK 10-11-00-991-004-A, 204/TASK 10-11-00-991-007)

(1) Protection of the engine air intakes


- Put the COVER-INLET COWL (IAE1N20400) or COVER-INLET COWL ENGINE
(98D10003001000) in position.

(2) Protection of the engine exhaust nozzles


- Put the COVER-COMMON NOZZLE (IAE1N20008) in position.

**ON A/C ALL

Subtask 10-11-00-555-071

C. Installation of the Protection Devices on the APU Area


(Ref. Fig. 205/TASK 10-11-00-991-006)

(1) Protection of the APU exhaust duct


- Put the COVER-EXHAUST DUCT,APU (98D10007512000) in position.

(2) Protection of the outlet duct of the APU oil cooler


- Put the COVER-OILCOOLER OUTLET,APU (98D10007513000) in position.

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 10-11-00-942-058

A. Close-up

(1) Remove all the fixtures, tools, test and support equipment used
during this procedure.



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Protective Equipment
Figure 204/TASK 10-11-00-991-007


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R Figure 205/TASK 10-11-00-991-006


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TASK 10-11-00-555-014

Removal of the Aircraft Protection Equipment

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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

B. Referenced Information

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


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

10-11-00-991-001 Fig. 201

**ON A/C 401-499,

10-11-00-991-001-A Fig. 201A

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


401-499,

10-11-00-991-004 Fig. 202

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

10-11-00-991-004-A Fig. 202A



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


401-499,

10-11-00-991-005 Fig. 203

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

10-11-00-991-007 Fig. 204

**ON A/C ALL

10-11-00-991-006 Fig. 205

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 10-11-00-941-057

A. Safety Precautions

(1) Make sure that the ENG/MODE selector switch is in the NORM position.

(2) Make sure that the ENG/MASTER 1(2) control lever is in the OFF
position.

(3) Make sure that a WARNING NOTICE is in position in the cockpit to tell
persons not to operate the systems while you remove the protective
devices on the aircraft.

(4) Put an ACCESS PLATFORM 5M (16 FT)- ADJUSTABLE in position near the
aircraft.



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4. Procedure
_________

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


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

Subtask 10-11-00-555-075-A

A. Removal of the Protection Devices from the Fuselage


(Ref. Fig. 201/TASK 10-11-00-991-001)

(1) Protection of the 2 total temperature sensors


- Remove the COVER-SLIP-ON,TOTAL TEMPERATURE SENSOR (98A10001013000).

(2) Protection of the 3 pitot probes


- Remove the COVER-PITOT PROBE (98A10001005000).

(3) Protection of the 3 angle-of-attack sensors


- Remove the COVER-SLIP ON,ANGLE OF ATTACK SENSOR (98A10001500000) or
COVER - SLIP-ON, AOA SENSOR (98D10003003000).

(4) Protection of the 6 static probes


- Remove the COVER-STATIC PROBE (98D10103500001).

**ON A/C 401-499,

Subtask 10-11-00-555-075

A. Removal of the Protection Devices from the Fuselage


(Ref. Fig. 201A/TASK 10-11-00-991-001-A)

(1) Protection of the 2 total temperature sensors


- Remove the COVER-SLIP-ON,TOTAL TEMPERATURE SENSOR (98A10001013000).

(2) Protection of the 3 pitot probes


- Remove the COVER-PITOT PROBE (98A10001005000).

(3) Protection of the 3 angle-of-attack sensors


- Remove the COVER-SLIP ON,ANGLE OF ATTACK SENSOR (98A10001500000) or
COVER - SLIP-ON, AOA SENSOR (98D10003003000).

(4) Protection of the 6 static probes


- Remove the COVER-STATIC PROBE (98D10103500001).

(5) Protection of the 2 ice detection probes


- Remove the COVER - ICE DETECTION PROBE (98D10103501000).



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**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,
401-499,

Subtask 10-11-00-555-076-A

B. Removal of the Protection Devices from the Engines


(Ref. Fig. 202/TASK 10-11-00-991-004, 203/TASK 10-11-00-991-005)

(1) Protection of the engine air intakes


- Remove the COVER - INLET COWL ENGINE (RSE1244) or COVER - INLET
COWL ENGINE (98D10003002000).

(2) Protection of the engine exhaust nozzles


- Remove the COVER - COMMON NOZZLE (RSE1132).

(3) Protection of the thrust reverser opening


- Remove the HALF PLUG, RIGHT-THRUST REVERSER (HIX6002) and HALF
PLUG, LEFT-THRUST REVERSER (HIX6003).

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

Subtask 10-11-00-555-076

B. Removal of the Protection Devices from the Engines


(Ref. Fig. 202A/TASK 10-11-00-991-004-A, 204/TASK 10-11-00-991-007)

(1) Protection of the engine air intakes


- Remove the COVER-INLET COWL (IAE1N20400) or COVER-INLET COWL ENGINE
(98D10003001000).

(2) Protection of the engine exhaust nozzles


- Remove the COVER-COMMON NOZZLE (IAE1N20008).

**ON A/C ALL

Subtask 10-11-00-555-077

C. Removal of the Protection Devices from the APU Area


(Ref. Fig. 205/TASK 10-11-00-991-006)

(1) Protection of the APU exhaust duct


- Remove the COVER-EXHAUST DUCT,APU (98D10007512000).

(2) Protection of the outlet duct of the APU oil cooler


- Remove the COVER-OILCOOLER OUTLET,APU (98D10007513000).



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5. Close-up
________

Subtask 10-11-00-942-059

A. Close-up

(1) Remove all the fixtures, tools, test and support equipment used
during this procedure.



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R TASK 10-11-00-555-015

R Procedure for the Installation of Wheel Chocks on Aircraft

R 1. __________________
Reason for the Job

R This task gives general recommendations about the location of wheel chocks
R for different aircraft conditions.

R NOTE : The operator can use these guidelines and his experience and
____
R knowledge of the local regulations to make a decision.

R 2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

R A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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

R No specific AR CHOCK - WHEEL

R B. Referenced Information

R -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
R REFERENCE DESIGNATION
R -------------------------------------------------------------------------------

R 10-11-00-991-010 Fig. 206

R 3. __________
Job Set-up

R Subtask 10-11-00-941-058

R A. Wheel Chock Specifications

R (1) Use CHOCK - WHEEL that agree with SAE AIR4905 standard.



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R 4. Procedure
_________

R Subtask 10-11-00-555-078

R A. Location of Wheel Chocks


R (Ref. Fig. 206/TASK 10-11-00-991-010)

R (1) Aircraft in flight-ready condition

R (a) Put the CHOCK - WHEEL in front of and behind the outboard wheel
R of the right and left MLG.

R (b) There must be a small distance between the tires and the CHOCK -
R WHEEL.

R NOTE : Weight changes can have an effect on the wheelbase, which


____
R can cause the tires to catch the chocks.

R NOTE : If you put CHOCK - WHEEL at the NLG because of the local
____
R regulations, make sure that they do not touch the tires.

R (c) If the aircraft is parked on a slope, also put CHOCK - WHEEL on


R the down-slope side of the inboard wheel of each MLG. Make sure
R that the down-slope chocks touch the wheels and that the up-slope
R chocks do not touch the wheels.

R NOTE : On slippery surfaces, we recommend to use more CHOCK -


____
R WHEEL and to apply the parking brake.

R (2) Aircraft in flight-ready condition with wind speed more than 25 Kts

R (a) Put the CHOCK - WHEEL behind and in front of the NLG and MLG
R wheels.

R (b) There must be a small distance between the tires and the CHOCK -
R WHEEL.

R NOTE : Weight changes can have an effect on the wheelbase, which


____
R can cause the tires to catch the chocks.

R (c) If the aircraft is parked on a slope, put the CHOCK - WHEEL


R against the tires of the down-slope wheels.

R NOTE : On slippery surfaces, or in strong wind conditions, we


____
R recommend to apply the parking brake.



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R Location of Wheel Chocks
R Figure 206/TASK 10-11-00-991-010



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R (3) Aircraft in parking or storage condition

R (a) Put the CHOCK - WHEEL behind and in front of the NLG and MLG
R wheels.

R (b) There must be a small distance between the tires and the CHOCK -
R WHEEL.

R NOTE : Weight changes can have an effect on the wheelbase, which


____
R can cause the tires to catch the chocks.

R (c) If the aircraft is parked on a slope, put the CHOCK - WHEEL


R against the tires of the down-slope wheels.

R NOTE : On slippery surfaces, or in strong wind conditions, we


____
R recommend to apply the parking brake.
R The parking brake has sufficient pressure for 12 hours.



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PARKING - INSPECTION/CHECK
__________________________

TASK 10-11-00-200-002

Periodic Ground Check at 7-day Intervals

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

This procedure gives the periodic ground check at 7-day intervals for a
parking period of not more than 15 days or of not more than 12 weeks
(aircraft in flight-ready condition).

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Referenced Information

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29-10-00-200-001 Check Fluid Level on Reservoir Indicators


32-41-00-210-003 Inspection/Check of the Pressure of Tires

R 3. __________
Job Set-up

R Subtask 10-11-00-020-067

R A. Not Applicable

4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 10-11-00-210-063

A. Inspection

(1) Do a general visual inspection of the airframe from the ground for
correct condition.

(a) Make sure that the protective equipments are correctly installed.

(b) Make sure that there are no leaks from:


- the wings
- the lower fuselage
- the landing gears
- the engines
- the APU
- the horizontal and vertical stabilizer.



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(c) Make sure that there are no signs of bird nesting in all areas of
the aircraft to which birds have access.

(d) Do a check for bird excrements. If there are birds excrements,


remove them.

(e) Do a check of the outer skin for contamination that is not usual.

(2) Make sure that the extension of landing gear shock absorbers is
correct.

(3) Do a check of the tire pressure (Ref. TASK 32-41-00-210-003).

(4) Do a check of the hydraulic reservoir level (Ref. TASK 29-10-00-200-


001).

R 5. Close-up
________

R Subtask 10-11-00-555-074

R A. Not Applicable



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TASK 10-11-00-200-003

Periodic Ground Check at 15-day Intervals

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

This procedure gives the periodic ground check at 15-day intervals for a
parking period of not more than 12 weeks (aircraft in flight-ready
condition).

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Referenced Information

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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
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10-11-00-555-013 Installation of the Aircraft Protection Equipment


R 10-11-00-555-015 Procedure for the Installation of Wheel Chocks on
R Aircraft
R 12-32-28-281-001 Drain Water Content
12-33-21-618-001 Pre-conditioning with the APU
24-38-51-000-001 Removal of the Batteries (2PB1, 2PB2)
24-38-51-400-001 Installation of the Batteries (2PB1, 2PB2)
24-41-00-861-002 Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the
External Power
24-41-00-862-002 De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits Supplied
from the External Power
27-24-00-710-001 Operational Test of the Rudder Hydraulic Actuation
27-50-00-866-008 Extension of the Flaps/Slats on the Ground
27-92-41-710-001 Operational Test of the Side Stick Assembly
29-10-00-200-001 Check Fluid Level on Reservoir Indicators
30-11-00-710-001 Operational Test of the Wing Ice-Protection System
30-21-00-710-002 Operational Test of the Engine Air Intake Ice
Protection (with the Engines in operation)
32-41-00-210-002 Inspection/Check of the Wheels and Tires
32-41-00-210-003 Inspection/Check of the Pressure of Tires
32-42-00-710-001 Operational Check of the Normal Braking System
32-43-00-710-001 Operational Check of Alternate Braking System
32-48-00-720-001 Functional Test of the Brake Fans
32-51-00-720-003 Functional Test of the Nose Wheel Steering with the
Handwheel
32-51-00-720-004 Functional Test of the Nose Wheel Steering with the
Pedals
36-11-00-710-003 Operational Test of the Bleed Air System
49-00-00-860-003 APU Start by Batteries (GTCP 36-300)



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49-00-00-860-004 APU Shutdown by Batteries (GTCP 36-300)


49-00-00-860-005 APU Start by Batteries (APS 3200)
49-00-00-860-006 APU Shutdown by Batteries (APS 3200)
49-00-00-860-008 APU Start by Batteries (131-9(A))
49-00-00-860-009 APU Shutdown by Batteries (131-9(A))
R 71-00-00-710-003 Engine Automatic Start
71-00-00-710-018 Discontinued Start, Restart and Shutdown Procedures
71-00-00-710-028 Engine Shutdown
71-00-00-710-043 Normal Engine Automatic Start Procedure
78-31-00-710-041 Operational Test of the Thrust Reverser System with
the CFDS
78-31-00-710-042 Operational Test of the Thrust Reverser System

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 10-11-00-020-066

A. Removal of Protections

(1) Remove all protection covers/plugs from the fuselage, the engines and
the APU area.

Subtask 10-11-00-860-079

B. Aircraft Configuration

R (1) Install and connect the batteries 2PB1 and 2PB2 and make sure that
R the charge is correct (Ref. TASK 24-38-51-400-001).

R (2) Energize the aircraft electrical circuits


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

R (3) On the overhead panel 25 VU, on the CABIN PRESS section:


- release the DITCHING pushbutton switch to open the avionics
ventilation skin valves and the outflow valve.

NOTE : Make sure that the avionics ventilation continues to operate


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4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 10-11-00-210-067

A. Inspection

(1) Make sure that the extension of the landing gear shock absorbers is
correct.

(2) Do a check of the tire pressure (Ref. TASK 32-41-00-210-003).

(3) Do a check of the tire and wheel condition (Ref. TASK 32-41-00-210-
002).

(4) Do a check of the hydraulic reservoir level (Ref. TASK 29-10-00-200-


001).

Subtask 10-11-00-700-052

B. Test of the Landing Gear

(1) Do the test of the nose wheel steering with the handwheel and with
the pedals (Ref. TASK 32-51-00-720-003) (Ref. TASK 32-51-00-720-004).

(2) Do the test of the normal braking system and alternate braking system
(Ref. TASK 32-42-00-710-001) (Ref. TASK 32-43-00-710-001).

(3) Do the test of the brake fans (if installed) (Ref. TASK 32-48-00-720-
001).

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


401-499,

Subtask 10-11-00-700-055

C. Test of the APU, Engines and Systems

(1) Start the APU:


- for a GTCP 36-300 APU: (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-003)
- for an APS 3200 APU: (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-005)
- for a 131-9(A) APU: (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-008)

(2) Operate the air conditioning system (Ref. TASK 12-33-21-618-001)

(3) Start the engines and let them become stable at ground idle
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(4) Stop the APU:
- for a GTCP 36-300 APU: (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-004)
- for an APS 3200 APU: (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-006)
- for a 131-9(A) APU: (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-009)

(5) Do a thrust reverser full cycle (Ref. TASK 78-31-00-710-042).

(6) Do the test of the bleed air system (Ref. TASK 36-11-00-710-003) and
make sure that the related BLEED PRESS and BLEED TEMP indications are
satisfactory.

(7) Do the test of the wing ice-protection system (Ref. TASK 30-11-00-
710-001).

NOTE : You can do the operational test of the wing ice-protection


____
system with a Ground Air Power Cart (GAPC).

(8) Do the test of the engine air intake ice-protection (Ref. TASK 30-21-
00-710-002).

(9) Stop the engines (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-028).

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

Subtask 10-11-00-700-055-A

C. Test of the APU, Engines and Systems

(1) Start the APU:


- for a GTCP 36-300 APU: (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-003)
- for an APS 3200 APU: (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-005)
- for a 131-9(A) APU: (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-008)

(2) Operate the air conditioning system (Ref. TASK 12-33-21-618-001)

(3) Start the engines and let them become stable at ground idle
(Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-043).

(4) Stop the APU:


- for a GTCP 36-300 APU: (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-004)
- for an APS 3200 APU: (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-006)
- for a 131-9(A) APU: (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-009)

(5) Do a thrust reverser full cycle (Ref. TASK 78-31-00-710-041).


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(6) Do the test of the bleed air system (Ref. TASK 36-11-00-710-003) and
make sure that the related BLEED PRESS and BLEED TEMP indications are
satisfactory.

(7) Do the test of the wing ice-protection system (Ref. TASK 30-11-00-
710-001).

NOTE : You can do the operational test of the wing ice-protection


____
system with a Ground Air Power Cart (GAPC).

(8) Do the test of the engine air intake ice-protection (Ref. TASK 30-21-
00-710-002).

(9) Stop the engines (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-018).

**ON A/C ALL

Subtask 10-11-00-866-054

D. Flight Control Movement

(1) Operate all the flight control surfaces on full travel and make sure
that they operate correctly.

(a) Move the flap and slat control lever one time from 0 to FULL and
back to extend and retract the slats and the flaps (Ref. TASK 27-
50-00-866-008).

(b) Push the left then the right pedal until it touches the
mechanical stop, to operate the rudder (Ref. TASK 27-24-00-710-
001).

(c) Move the side stick to:


- the left and right roll position to operate the spoilers and
the ailerons
- the nose-down and nose-up position to operate the elevators
(Ref. TASK 27-92-41-710-001).

(d) Move the pitch trim control wheel to the nose up and nose down
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Subtask 10-11-00-281-062

R E. Inspection of the Fuel System

(1) Drain water from all the fuel tanks (Ref. TASK 12-32-28-281-001).

(2) Do a check of the fuel level in the tanks:

(a) if necessary refuel the tank(s):


- to 30 % minimum if no contamination occurred
- to 90 % minimum if contamination occurred.

NOTE : We recommend that you do not mix fuel treated with


____
different biocides.

Subtask 10-11-00-584-054

R F. Movement of the Aircraft

NOTE : You can ignore this step if you moved the aircraft for the engine
____
run-up.

(1) Remove the wheel chocks that you installed during the parking
procedure.

NOTE : Before remove the wheel chocks, make sure that the parking
____
brake is ON and pressurized.

(2) Move the aircraft, by 1/4 turn of the wheels, to prevent damage to
the tires and brinelling of the bearings.

(3) Put the wheel chocks in position: (Ref. TASK 10-11-00-555-015)

Subtask 10-11-00-860-081

R G. Aircraft Configuration

(1) On the overhead panel 25 VU, on the CABIN PRESS section:


- Push the DITCHING pushbutton switch to close the ventilation skin
valves and the outflow valve.

(2) Disconnect and remove the batteries 2PB1 and 2PB2 (Ref. TASK 24-38-
51-000-001).

(3) De-energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-862-


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5. Close-up
________

Subtask 10-11-00-555-072

A. Put the Aircraft in Parking Configuration

(1) Let the engines and the APU become cool and install protection
covers/plugs on the fuselage, the engines and the APU area (Ref. TASK
10-11-00-555-013).



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TASK 10-11-00-200-004

Periodic Ground Check at 1-month Intervals

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

This procedure gives the periodic ground check at 1-month intervals for a
parking period of not more than 12 weeks (aircraft in flight-ready
condition).

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Referenced Information

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
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12-32-28-281-003 Sample Fuel for Microbiological Contamination


Analysis

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 10-11-00-860-082

A. Not Applicable

4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 10-11-00-281-063

A. Inspection

(1) Make sure that the extension of the landing gear shock absorbers is
correct.

(2) Do a check of the pressure of the oxygen cylinders.

(3) Do a fuel sampling for microbiological contamination (Ref. TASK 12-


32-28-281-003).

(4) Close all the fuel system valves.



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STORAGE - MAINTENANCE PRACTICES
_______________________________

TASK 10-12-00-553-005

Storage Procedures

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

This task gives the procedures for:


- storage of the aircraft for a period of not more than 6 months
- storage of the aircraft for a period of not more than 2 years
- ground checks during storage
- return to operation after storage
- renewal of storage procedure

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Referenced Information

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

10-12-00-200-006 Periodic Ground Check at 7-day Intervals


10-12-00-200-007 Periodic Ground Check at 15-day Intervals
R 10-12-00-200-008 Periodic Ground-Check at 1-month Interval
10-12-00-200-009 Periodic ground-check at 3-month interval
10-12-00-200-010 Periodic Ground Check at 6-month Intervals
10-12-00-553-006 Storage Procedure (Storage Not More than 6 Months)
10-12-00-553-007 Storage Procedure (Storage Not More than 2 Years)
10-12-00-553-008 Renewal for 6 Months Storage Period
10-12-00-553-009 Renewal for 2 Years Storage Period
10-30-00-554-005 Return to Operation after Storage Period

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 10-12-00-860-058

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4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 10-12-00-553-068

A. Procedure to store the aircraft with related procedures to do perodic


ground checks, return to operation and renew the storage procedure

(1) Storage procedure for a period of not more than 6 months (Ref. TASK
10-12-00-553-006)

(a) During the storage period of not more than 6 months, you must do
periodic ground checks:
- at 7-day intervals (Ref. TASK 10-12-00-200-006)
- at 15-day intervals (Ref. TASK 10-12-00-200-007)
- at 1-month interval (Ref. TASK 10-12-00-200-008)
- at 3-month intervals (Ref. TASK 10-12-00-200-009).
R

R (b) You can do again the procedure to store the aircraft not more
than six months one time only (Ref. TASK 10-12-00-553-008).

R (c) Return to operation after a storage period (Ref. TASK 10-30-00-


554-005).

(2) Storage procedure for a period not more than 2 years (Ref. TASK 10-
12-00-553-007).

(a) During storage period not more than 2 years, you must do perodic
ground-checks:
- at 7-day intervals (Ref. TASK 10-12-00-200-006).
- at 15-day intervals (Ref. TASK 10-12-00-200-007).
- at 1-month interval (Ref. TASK 10-12-00-200-008).
- at 3-month intervals (Ref. TASK 10-12-00-200-009).
- at 6-month intervals (Ref. TASK 10-12-00-200-010).

(b) Return to operation after a storage period (Ref. TASK 10-30-00-


554-005).

(c) The procedure to store the aircraft 2 years can be renewed


(Ref. TASK 10-12-00-553-009).



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TASK 10-12-00-553-006

Storage Procedure (Storage Not More than 6 Months)

CAUTION : MAKE SURE THAT YOU OBEY THE MAINTENANCE PROGRAM FOR STORED/ PARKED
_______
AIRCRAFT. DO NOT CHANGE OR STOP THE MAINTENANCE PROGRAM WITHOUT
APPROVAL FROM YOUR LOCAL AUTHORITIES.

CAUTION : DURING THIS PROCEDURE:


_______
- MAKE SURE THAT THE LANDING GEAR GROUND SAFETIES, LOCKING DEVICES
AND WHEEL CHOCKS ARE IN POSITION.
- KEEP THE ACCESS PLATFORM AT A SUFFICIENT DISTANCE FROM THE AIRCRAFT
(IN WIND, SHOCK ABSORBER REBOUND CAN CAUSE MOVEMENT OF THE AIRCRAFT).

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

This procedure gives the preservation steps for a storage period of not more
than 6 months.

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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No specific blanking caps


No specific talcum
No specific AR CHOCK - WHEEL
No specific 1 WARNING NOTICE

B. Consumable Materials

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Material No. 02-003 F NSA 307110 TYPE 4


NO LONGER AVAILABLE (Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 03-001 USA MIL-PRF-7870
MINERAL OIL (LOW TEMP) (Ref. 20-31-00)
R Material No. 04-001 F DCSEA 359/A
WHEEL BEARING MINERAL GREASE (Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 04-004 USA MIL-PRF-23827 TYPE I
SYNTH.ESTER BASED GREASE HIGH PRESSURE
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R Material No. 04-011 USA SAE-AMS-G-4343


SILICONE GREASE PNEUMATIC SYST AND SEALS
(Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 05-005 USA MIL-C-16173 GRADE II
CORROSION PREVENTIVE (Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 05-027
RUST INHIBITOR(FOR CORROSION USE 15-004)
(Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 05-043
VARNISH P.T.F.E SPRAY (Ref. 20-31-00)
R Material No. 08-052 USA AMS-T-23397 AND/OR L-T-80B
R SELF ADHESIVEALUMINIUM TAPE (Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 15-002 USA MIL-B-131 TYPE I
BARRIER MATERIAL WATER VAPOR PROOF (Ref. 20-31-00)

C. Referenced Information

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05-57-00-200-001 Aircraft Stability


10-11-00-555-013 Installation of the Aircraft Protection Equipment
10-11-00-555-015 Procedure for the Installation of Wheel Chocks on
Aircraft
10-20-00-556-001 Mooring of the Aircraft
12-16-38-613-001 Servicing of the Toilet System
12-21-11-615-002 External Cleaning
12-21-12-100-002 Cleaning of the Cockpit Equipment/Furnishings
12-21-12-100-003 Cleaning of the Carpets and Non-Textile Floor
Covering (NTF)
12-21-12-100-004 Cleaning of the Plastic Surfaces and Mirrors
12-21-12-100-005 Cleaning of the Seat Covers and the Curtains
12-21-12-100-006 Cleaning of the Light Alloy and Steel Components
12-21-12-100-007 Cleaning of the Cargo Compartments
12-21-12-100-008 Cleaning of the Cabin Monitors and Display Screens
(if installed)
12-21-12-100-009 Cleaning of the Plastic Wash Basin in the Lavatories
12-22-27-640-003 Lubrication of Trimmable Horizontal Stabilizer
Actuator Ball Screw Nut
12-22-27-640-004 Lubricate all Carriage Rollers on all Flap Tracks
12-22-27-640-005 Lubrication of Spoiler No.1 to 5 Servo Control
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12-22-27-640-006 Lubrication of all Slat Track Rollers, Pinion


Bearings, Pinions and Rack Teeth
12-22-27-640-007 Lubrication of the THS Mechanical Control Chains
12-22-27-640-008 Remove Flap Rotary Actuators For Regreasing
12-22-32-640-001 Lubrication of the MLG and Doors
12-22-32-640-002 Lubrication of the NLG and Doors
12-22-52-640-002 Lubrication of the FWD and AFT Cargo-Compartment
Doors
12-22-52-640-006 Lubrication of the External Control Handles of the
FWD and AFT Passenger/Crew Doors
R 12-22-52-640-007 Lubrication of the BULK-Cargo Compartment-Door Handle
R and Hinge Arms Bearings
12-22-52-640-008 Lubrication of the Avionics Compartment-Door Handles
12-22-52-640-009 Lubrication of the FWD and AFT Cargo-Compartment Door
Handle
12-22-52-640-013 Lubrication of the External Control Handle and the
Telescopic Arm
12-22-52-640-014 Lubrication of Safety Pin Guide Fitting and Door
Arming/Disarming Mechanism
12-22-52-640-016 Lubrication of the Hinge-Arm Support-Fitting Bearings
12-22-53-640-001 Lubrication of Trimmable Horizontal Stabilizer
Bearings and Attachment Fittings with Grease Mat. No.
04-004
12-22-55-640-001 Lubrication of Rudder Hinge Bearing No. 6 with Grease
Mat. No. 04-004
12-24-38-680-001 Draining of the Potable Water System (with Electrical
Power)
12-31-21-660-001 Cold Weather Maintenance - Air Conditioning
12-31-24-660-001 Cold Weather Maintenance - Electrical Power
12-31-25-660-001 Cold Weather Maintenance - Equipment/Furnishings
12-31-27-660-001 Cold Weather Maintenance - Flight Controls
12-31-28-660-001 Cold Weather Maintenance - Fuel
12-31-31-660-001 Cold Weather Maintenance - Indicating/Recording
systems and Navigation
12-31-32-660-001 Cold Weather Maintenance - Landing Gear
12-31-35-660-001 Cold Weather Maintenance - Oxygen System
12-31-38-660-001 Cold Weather Maintenance - Water/Waste
12-31-49-660-001 Cold Weather Maintenance - Auxiliary Power Unit
12-31-51-660-001 Cold Weather Maintenance - Structure
12-31-52-660-001 Cold Weather Maintenance - Doors
12-31-71-660-001 Cold Weather Maintenance - Power Plant
12-32-28-281-001 Drain Water Content
12-32-28-281-003 Sample Fuel for Microbiological Contamination
Analysis
12-34-24-869-002 Aircraft Grounding for the Maintenance Operations
23-71-35-000-001 Removal of the Cockpit Voice Recorder (CVR) 1RK
24-21-00-550-002 Preservation/Storage/Return to Service of the IDG
24-21-00-600-040 Preservation/Storage/Return to Service of the IDG



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24-38-51-000-001 Removal of the Batteries (2PB1, 2PB2)


24-41-00-861-002 Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the
External Power
24-41-00-862-002 De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits Supplied
from the External Power
26-21-41-000-004 Removal of the Cartridge of the Engine
Fire-Extinguisher Bottle
26-22-41-000-001 Removal of the Fire Extinguisher Bottle (11WF)
26-23-41-000-004 Removal of the Cargo Fire-Extinguisher Bottle
(4005WX)
27-54-00-710-002 Operational Test of the Flap and Slat Systems
28-11-00-600-010 Biocidal Preventative Treatment for Aircraft in
Long-Term Storage - With Fuel Mixed with Biobor
Biocide
28-11-00-600-010 Biocidal Preventative Treatment for Aircraft in
Long-Term Storage - With Fuel Mixed with Kathon
Biocide
28-11-00-600-010 Biocidal Preventative Treatment for Aircraft in
Long-Term Storage - Using Biobor Biocide With a
Metered Injection Rig
28-11-00-600-010 Biocidal Preventative Treatment for Aircraft in
Long-Term Storage - Using Kathon Biocide With a
Metered Injection Rig
29-10-00-863-003 Pressurize the Blue Hydraulic System with a Ground
Power Supply
29-10-00-864-003 Depressurize the Blue Hydraulic System
29-23-00-863-001 Pressurize the Green Hydraulic System from the Yellow
Hydraulic System through the PTU with the Electric
Pump
29-23-00-864-001 Depressurize the Green and Yellow Hydraulic Systems
after Operation of the PTU
29-24-00-863-001 Pressurize the Yellow Hydraulic System with the
Electric Pump
29-24-00-864-001 Depressurize the Yellow Hydraulic System
30-45-00-040-002 Deactivation of the Rain Repellent System
31-33-55-000-001 Removal of the Digital Flight Data Recorder (DFDR)
32-00-00-481-001 Installation of the Safety Devices on the Landing
Gears
32-12-00-010-001 Open the Main Gear Doors for Access
32-12-00-410-001 Close the Main Gear Doors after Access
32-22-00-010-001 Nose Gear Doors - Ground Doors Opening



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32-22-00-410-001 Nose Gear Doors - Ground Doors Closing


32-40-00-200-001 Inspection/Check of the Wheels & Brakes
32-41-00-210-003 Inspection/Check of the Pressure of Tires
32-41-11-400-006 Installation of the MLG Wheel
(2649GM,2650GM,2651GM,2652GM)
32-41-12-400-001 Installation of the NLG Wheel (2659GM,2660GM)
32-48-51-000-005 Removal of the Fan Assy (7GS,8GS,9GS,10GS)
33-51-38-000-002 Removal of the Battery of the Emergency Power-Supply
Unit
34-10-00-170-001 Flushing of the Principal Total Pressure Lines
34-10-00-170-002 Flushing of the Principal Static Pressure Lines
34-10-00-170-003 Draining and Flushing of Standby Pneumatic Circuits
34-22-25-170-001 Draining and Flushing of the Standby Static and
Standby Total Pressure lines (ISIS)
49-20-00-200-001 Inspection/Check of the Engine (4005KM) (GTCP 36-300)
49-20-00-210-001 APU Power Plant Visual Inspection (APS 3200)
49-20-00-600-001 Preservation / Storage / De-preservation of the
Engine (GTCP 36-300)
49-20-00-600-002 Preservation/Storage/Return to Service of APU (APS
3200)
49-20-00-600-003 Preservation/Storage/Return to Service of APU
(131-9(A))
52-10-00-010-001 Opening of the Passenger/Crew Door
52-10-00-410-001 Closing of the Passenger/Crew Door
52-22-00-010-001 Opening of the Emergency Exit Doors from the
Passenger Compartment
52-22-00-410-001 Closing of the Emergency Exit Doors from the
Passenger Compartment
52-30-00-860-001 Open the FWD or AFT Cargo-Compartment Door with the
Yellow Electric Pump
52-30-00-860-002 Close the FWD or AFT Cargo-Compartment Door with the
Yellow Electric Pump
52-30-00-860-006 Open the Bulk Cargo-Compartment Door
52-30-00-860-008 Close the Bulk Cargo-Compartment Door
53-59-00-210-001 Operational Check of Single Drain Pipe Aft of FR70
from Outside
54-50-00-200-001 General Visual Inspection of the Pylon Drain System
71-00-00-550-010 Preservation of the Power Plant
72-00-00-600-026 Recommendations for Engine Preservation



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3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 10-12-00-860-059

A. General

(1) This section gives the procedure for aircraft storage in standard
weather conditions but:

(a) If aircraft storage is in high wind conditions:


- do a check of the aircraft stability (Ref. TASK 05-57-00-200-
001)
- moor the aircraft (Ref. TASK 10-20-00-556-001) if necessary.

(b) If aircraft storage is in cold weather conditions:


- do the cold weather maintenance procedures:
(Ref. TASK 12-31-21-660-001), (Ref. TASK 12-31-24-660-001),
(Ref. TASK 12-31-25-660-001), (Ref. TASK 12-31-27-660-001),
(Ref. TASK 12-31-28-660-001), (Ref. TASK 12-31-31-660-001),
(Ref. TASK 12-31-32-660-001), (Ref. TASK 12-31-35-660-001),
(Ref. TASK 12-31-38-660-001),
(Ref. TASK 12-31-49-660-001), (Ref. TASK 12-31-51-660-001),
(Ref. TASK 12-31-52-660-001), (Ref. TASK 12-31-71-660-001).

NOTE : In cold weather conditions, we recommend that you put a


____
fiber material between the tires and the ground surface.

Subtask 10-12-00-615-054

B. Cleaning of the Aircraft

(1) If necessary, clean the aircraft externally (Ref. TASK 12-21-11-615-


002).

(2) If necessary, clean the aircraft internally:


(Ref. TASK 12-21-12-100-002)
(Ref. TASK 12-21-12-100-003)
(Ref. TASK 12-21-12-100-004)
(Ref. TASK 12-21-12-100-005)
(Ref. TASK 12-21-12-100-006)
(Ref. TASK 12-21-12-100-007)
(Ref. TASK 12-21-12-100-008)
(Ref. TASK 12-21-12-100-009).



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Subtask 10-12-00-941-051

C. Safety Precautions

(1) Park the aircraft on a flat surface. Make sure that the wheels of the
nose landing gear are on the aircraft axis and the aircraft points
into the wind.

(2) Install the safety devices on the landing gears (Ref. TASK 32-00-00-
481-001).

(3) Put the CHOCK - WHEEL in position: (Ref. TASK 10-11-00-555-015).

(4) Make sure that the flaps, the slats, the spoilers and the thrust
reversers are retracted.

R (5) Make sure that the THS pitch-trim control wheel is set to two degrees
R aircraft nose up.

(6) Put a WARNING NOTICE in position to tell persons not to operate the
systems during the aircraft storage procedure.

(7) Ground the aircraft (Ref. TASK 12-34-24-869-002).

Subtask 10-12-00-650-053

D. Aircraft Configuration

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

(2) Pressurize the aircraft hydraulic systems (Ref. TASK 29-23-00-863-


001), (Ref. TASK 29-24-00-863-001), (Ref. TASK 29-10-00-863-003).

4. Procedure
_________

**ON A/C 001-003, 051-054,

Subtask 10-12-00-010-058-A

A. Get Access

(1) Open the aft and FWD passenger/crew doors (Ref. TASK 52-10-00-010-
001).

(2) Open the aft and FWD cargo compartment doors (Ref. TASK 52-30-00-860-
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(3) Open the landing gear doors (Ref. TASK 32-12-00-010-001) (Ref. TASK
32-22-00-010-001).

(4) Open the bulk cargo-compartment door (Ref. TASK 52-30-00-860-006).

(5) Open all the pressurized access doors.

R **ON A/C 004-049, 055-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 401-499,


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

Subtask 10-12-00-010-058

A. Get Access

(1) Open the aft and FWD passenger/crew doors (Ref. TASK 52-10-00-010-
001).

(2) Open the aft and FWD cargo compartment doors (Ref. TASK 52-30-00-860-
001).

(3) Open the landing gear doors (Ref. TASK 32-12-00-010-001) (Ref. TASK
32-22-00-010-001).

(4) Open all the pressurized access doors.

**ON A/C 301-399,

Subtask 10-12-00-010-058-B

A. Get Access

(1) Open the aft and FWD passenger/crew doors (Ref. TASK 52-10-00-010-
001).

(2) Open the aft and FWD cargo compartment doors (Ref. TASK 52-30-00-860-
001).

(3) Open the emergency exit doors (Ref. TASK 52-22-00-010-001).

(4) Open the landing gear doors (Ref. TASK 32-12-00-010-001) (Ref. TASK
32-22-00-010-001).

(5) Open the bulk cargo-compartment door (Ref. TASK 52-30-00-860-006).

(6) Open all the pressurized access doors.


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**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-105, 151-199, 201-212, 214-220, 236-238,

Subtask 10-12-00-170-053

B. Flushing of the Air Data System

(1) Flush the total pressure line of the Air Data Module (Ref. TASK 34-
10-00-170-001).

(2) Flush the static pressure line of the Air Data Module (Ref. TASK 34-
10-00-170-002).

(3) Drain and flush the standby static and standby total pressure lines
of the Air Data Module (Ref. TASK 34-10-00-170-003).

R **ON A/C 106-149, 213-213, 221-235, 239-249, 251-299, 301-399, 401-499,


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

Subtask 10-12-00-170-053-A

B. Flushing of the Air Data System

(1) Flush the total pressure line of the Air Data Module (Ref. TASK 34-
10-00-170-001).

(2) Flush the static pressure line of the Air Data Module (Ref. TASK 34-
10-00-170-002).

(3) Drain and flush the standby static and standby total pressure lines
of the Air Data Module (Ref. TASK 34-22-25-170-001).

**ON A/C ALL

Subtask 10-12-00-620-073

C. Protection of the Landing Gears and the Wheels

(1) Protection of the landing gears

(a) Apply COMMON GREASE (Material No. 04-011):


- on the sliding tube of the shock absorber
- on the actuator rods
- on the uplock mechanism.



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(b) Apply COMMON GREASE (Material No. 04-004):
- to the towing and debogging fittings
- to the uplock and downlock mechanisms after cleaning of these
mechanisms.

(c) Apply talcum to all the rubber parts but not the tires.

(d) Lubricate all the landing gears:


- nose landing gear (Ref. TASK 12-22-32-640-002)
- main landing gear (Ref. TASK 12-22-32-640-001).

(e) Clean all the actuator rods and apply a thin layer of HYDRAULIC
FLUIDS (Material No. 02-003).

(f) Put protection on the bottom sections of the landing gears with
STORAGE PRESERVATION (Material No. 15-002).

(2) Apply SPECIAL MATERIALS (Material No. 05-005) on all hydraulic unions
in the NLG and MLG wheel-well bays.

(3) Protection of the wheels

(a) We recommend that you install used tires or wheels with used
tires:
- on the nose landing gear (Ref. TASK 32-41-12-400-001)
- on the main landing gear (Ref. TASK 32-41-11-400-006).

(b) Lubricate the bearings with COMMON GREASE (Material No. 04-001).

(c) Make sure that there is no corrosion on the brakes and on each
half wheel (Ref. TASK 32-40-00-200-001).

(d) Remove the debris guard, the impeller and the shroud of the brake
fans (Ref. TASK 32-48-51-000-005) (If installed).
- Apply SPECIAL MATERIALS (Material No. 05-027) on the removed
parts.

(e) Do a check of the tire pressures (Ref. TASK 32-41-00-210-003).

(f) Put protection on the brakes and the wheels with STORAGE
PRESERVATION (Material No. 15-002).



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Subtask 10-12-00-550-052

D. Protection of the Water and Toilet System

(1) Protection of the potable water system

(a) Drain, flush and dry the system if necessary (Ref. TASK 12-24-38-
680-001).

(2) Protection of the toilet system

(a) Drain, flush and clean the system with disinfectant if necessary
(Ref. TASK 12-16-38-613-001).

Subtask 10-12-00-281-053

E. Protection of the fuel system

(1) Do a fuel sampling for microbiological contamination (Ref. TASK 12-


32-28-281-003).

(2) Do a preventive treatment:

(a) If premixed fuel is available:


- Refuel the wing tanks to 30% of the total capacity with fuel
R premixed with kathon biocide (Ref. TASK 28-11-00-600-010) or
R biobor biocide (Ref. TASK 28-11-00-600-010).
- Refuel the center tank to 30% of the total capacity with fuel
R premixed with kathon biocide (Ref. TASK 28-11-00-600-010) or
R biobor biocide (Ref. TASK 28-11-00-600-010).

(b) If premixed fuel is not available:


- Refuel the wing tanks to 30% of the total capacity with fuel
R not premixed with kathon biocide (Ref. TASK 28-11-00-600-010)
R or biobor biocide (Ref. TASK 28-11-00-600-010).
- Refuel the center tank to 30% of the total capacity with fuel
R not premixed with kathon biocide (Ref. TASK 28-11-00-600-010)
R or biobor biocide (Ref. TASK 28-11-00-600-010).

(3) Drain water from all the fuel tanks (Ref. TASK 12-32-28-281-001).

NOTE : Do the water drain procedure one hour after refueling is


____
completed.

(4) Close all the fuel system valves.



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**ON A/C 001-049, 051-061, 101-105, 201-203,

Subtask 10-12-00-620-074

F. Protection of the Flight Controls

(1) Lubricate:
- the mechanical control chains of the THS (Ref. TASK 12-22-27-640-
007)
- the THS-actuator ball-screw nut (Ref. TASK 12-22-27-640-003)
- the rudder bearings No. 6 (Ref. TASK 12-22-55-640-001)
- the trimmable horizontal stabilizer bearings and attachment
fittings (Ref. TASK 12-22-53-640-001)
- the roller bearings of the flap tracks (Ref. TASK 12-22-27-640-004)
- the roller and the pinion bearings of the slat tracks (Ref. TASK
12-22-27-640-006)
- all the spoiler servo-control bearings (Ref. TASK 12-22-27-640-005)
- the slat tracks surface with OILS (Material No. 03-001)
- the flap rotary actuators (Ref. TASK 12-22-27-640-008).

NOTE : Because of a scheduled maintenance procedure, it is possible


____
that you must lubricate the flap rotary actuators during the
storage period. If this occurs, you must lubricate the flap
rotary actuators after the return to operation of the
aircraft.

R **ON A/C 062-099, 106-149, 151-199, 204-249, 251-299, 301-399, 401-499,


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

Subtask 10-12-00-620-074-A

F. Protection of the Flight Controls

(1) Lubricate:
- the mechanical control chains of the THS (Ref. TASK 12-22-27-640-
007)
- the THS-actuator ball-screw nut (Ref. TASK 12-22-27-640-003)
- the rudder bearings No. 6 (Ref. TASK 12-22-55-640-001)
- the trimmable horizontal stabilizer bearings and attachment
fittings (Ref. TASK 12-22-53-640-001)
- the roller bearings of the flap tracks (Ref. TASK 12-22-27-640-004)
- the roller and the pinion bearings of the slat tracks (Ref. TASK
12-22-27-640-006)
- all the spoiler servo-control bearings (Ref. TASK 12-22-27-640-005)
- the slat tracks surface with OILS (Material No. 03-001)


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(2) Do an operational test of the flap and slat systems (Ref. TASK 27-54-
00-710-002).

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


401-499,

Subtask 10-12-00-620-075

G. Protection of the Engines

(1) Do the preservation of the engines as recommended (Ref. TASK 72-00-


00-600-026).

(2) Do the IDG on-wing preservation (Ref. TASK 24-21-00-550-002).

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

Subtask 10-12-00-620-075-A

G. Protection of the Engines

(1) Do the preservation of the engines (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-550-010).

(2) Do the IDG on-wing preservation (Ref. TASK 24-21-00-600-040).

**ON A/C ALL

Subtask 10-12-00-620-076-B

H. Protection of the APU

(1) Do an inspection of the APU for preservation:


- for a GTCP 36-300 APU: (Ref. TASK 49-20-00-200-001)
- for an APS 3200 APU: (Ref. TASK 49-20-00-210-001)

(2) Do the preservation of the APU:


- for a GTCP 36-300 APU: (Ref. TASK 49-20-00-600-001)
- for an APS 3200 APU: (Ref. TASK 49-20-00-600-002)
- for a 131-9(A) APU: (Ref. TASK 49-20-00-600-003)

(3) If necessary, apply SPECIAL MATERIALS (Material No. 05-027) on cases,


solenoids, brackets, screws and bolt heads in the APU compartment.



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Subtask 10-12-00-210-069

J. Visual Inspection of the Drains

(1) Make sure that all the external structural drain holes are not
clogged:

(a) In the lower fuselage (Ref. TASK 53-59-00-210-001).

(b) On the pylons (Ref. TASK 54-50-00-200-001).

(c) On the engines.

(d) In all other locations.

Subtask 10-12-00-620-077

K. External Protection of the Aircraft

R (1) With STORAGE PRESERVATION (Material No. 15-002) and BONDING AND
R ADHESIVE COMPOUNDS (Material No. 08-052) (or equivalent):

(a) Put a cover on the top of the rudder to give protection from bird
excrement.

(b) Seal:
- the surge-tank overpressure
- the L and R ailerons to give protection from bird nests
- the air conditioning inlets and outlets
- the avionics ventilation inlets and outlets
- the battery venturi.

(2) Seal the fuel NACA air intakes and the overpressure protector outlet
R (trim and wing tanks) with fine nylon netting and BONDING AND
R ADHESIVE COMPOUNDS (Material No. 08-052) (or equivalent).

(3) Apply SPECIAL MATERIALS (Material No. 05-005) on the trailing edge of
the wings.

(4) Apply SPECIAL MATERIALS (Material No. 05-027):


- on the leading edges of the nacelles and THS
- on the refuel/defuel panel
- on all the unpainted light-alloy areas.


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Subtask 10-12-00-620-078

L. Protection of the Cabin and the Cockpit

(1) Put a plastic film protection on the carpets of the cabin aisle, the
cockpit and the galley areas.

(2) Put STORAGE PRESERVATION (Material No. 15-002) on all the passenger
and cockpit seats.

(3) Open the cockpit and window shades.

(4) Make sure that the sliding windows are closed.

R (5) Give external protection to the cockpit windows with STORAGE


R PRESERVATION (Material No. 15-002) and BONDING AND ADHESIVE COMPOUNDS
R (Material No. 08-052) (or equivalent). Do not put BONDING AND
R ADHESIVE COMPOUNDS (Material No. 08-052) (or equivalent) on the
R windows.

**ON A/C 001-003, 051-054,

Subtask 10-12-00-620-079-A

M. Protection of the Doors

(1) Lubricate the external control handles of the passenger/crew doors


(Ref. TASK 12-22-52-640-006).

(2) Lubricate the safety pin guide-fitting and the door arming/disarming
mechanism (Ref. TASK 12-22-52-640-014).

(3) Lubricate the hinge-arm support-fitting bearings (Ref. TASK 12-22-52-


640-016).

(4) Lubricate the cargo-compartment doors (Ref. TASK 12-22-52-640-002).

(5) Lubricate the cargo-compartment door handles (Ref. TASK 12-22-52-640-


009).

(6) Lubricate the bulk-cargo door handle (Ref. TASK 12-22-52-640-007).

(7) Lubricate the avionics-compartment door handles (Ref. TASK 12-22-52-


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(8) Apply SPECIAL MATERIALS (Material No. 05-043) on the seals of all the
doors.

R **ON A/C 004-049, 055-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 401-499,


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

Subtask 10-12-00-620-079

M. Protection of the Doors

(1) Lubricate the external control handles of the passenger/crew doors


(Ref. TASK 12-22-52-640-006).

(2) Lubricate the safety pin guide-fitting and the door arming/disarming
mechanism (Ref. TASK 12-22-52-640-014).

(3) Lubricate the hinge-arm support-fitting bearings (Ref. TASK 12-22-52-


640-016).

(4) Lubricate the cargo-compartment doors (Ref. TASK 12-22-52-640-002).

(5) Lubricate the cargo-compartment door handles (Ref. TASK 12-22-52-640-


009).

(6) Lubricate the avionics-compartment door handles (Ref. TASK 12-22-52-


640-008).

(7) Apply SPECIAL MATERIALS (Material No. 05-043) on the seals of all the
doors.

**ON A/C 301-399,

Subtask 10-12-00-620-079-B

M. Protection of the Doors

(1) Lubricate the external control handles of the passenger/crew doors


(Ref. TASK 12-22-52-640-006).

(2) Lubricate the safety pin guide-fitting and the door arming/disarming
mechanism (Ref. TASK 12-22-52-640-014).

(3) Lubricate the hinge-arm support-fitting bearings (Ref. TASK 12-22-52-


640-016).


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(4) Lubricate the external control handle and the telescopic arm
(Ref. TASK 12-22-52-640-013).

(5) Lubricate the cargo-compartment doors (Ref. TASK 12-22-52-640-002).

(6) Lubricate the cargo-compartment door handles (Ref. TASK 12-22-52-640-


009).

(7) Lubricate the avionics-compartment door handles (Ref. TASK 12-22-52-


640-008).

(8) Apply SPECIAL MATERIALS (Material No. 05-043) on the seals of all the
doors.

**ON A/C ALL

Subtask 10-12-00-620-080

N. Protection of the Oxygen System

(1) Close the valve of the crew oxygen-cylinder assembly.

(a) In the cockpit, on the panel 21VU, push the OXYGEN/CREW SUPPLY
pushbutton switch (the OFF legend goes off).

(b) On one of the oxygen masks, operate the PRESS TO TEST AND RESET
slide a sufficient number of times to make the system empty.

(c) On the panel 21VU, release the OXYGEN/CREW SUPPLY pushbutton


switch (the OFF legend comes on).

Subtask 10-12-00-620-081

P. Protection of the Rain Protection System

(1) Do the deactivation of the rain repellent system (Ref. TASK 30-45-00-
040-002).

(2) Put plastic bags or films on the two spray nozzles and attach them on
R the structure with BONDING AND ADHESIVE COMPOUNDS (Material No. 08-
R 052) (or equivalent).


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Subtask 10-12-00-020-061

Q. Removal of Equipment

(1) Remove the Digital Flight Data Recorder 1TU (Ref. TASK 31-33-55-000-
001).

(2) Remove the Cockpit Voice Recorder 1RK (Ref. TASK 23-71-35-000-001).

(3) Remove:
- all the EPSU batteries (Ref. TASK 33-51-38-000-002)
- the emergency locator beacon.

(4) If the external temperature is more than 70 DEG.C (158.00 DEG.F),


remove:
- the cargo fire-extinguishing bottles and cartridges (Ref. TASK 26-
23-41-000-004).
- the engine fire-extinguishing bottles and cartridges (Ref. TASK 26-
21-41-000-004).
- the APU extinguishing-bottle and cartridge (Ref. TASK 26-22-41-000-
001).

R (5) Put blanking caps on the disconnected electrical connector(s).

Subtask 10-12-00-555-056

R. Installation of the Protection Equipment

(1) Put protection on all the probes, the engines and APU with adapted
protection equipment (Ref. TASK 10-11-00-555-013).

(2) Keep all external protection equipment flags in position with BONDING
AND ADHESIVE COMPOUNDS (Material No. 08-052) (or equivalent).

Subtask 10-12-00-860-060

S. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) On the overhead panel 25 VU, on the CABIN PRESS section:


- Push the DITCHING pushbutton switch to close the ventilation skin
valves and the outflow valve.

(2) Disconnect and remove the batteries 2PB1 and 2PB2 (Ref. TASK 24-38-
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5. Close-up
________

**ON A/C 001-003, 051-054,

Subtask 10-12-00-942-056-A

A. Close-up

(1) Close all the pressurized access doors.

(2) Close the passenger/crew doors (Ref. TASK 52-10-00-410-001).

(3) Close the FWD and aft cargo-compartment doors (Ref. TASK 52-30-00-
860-002).

(4) Close the bulk cargo door (Ref. TASK 52-30-00-860-008).

(5) Close all the landing gear doors (Ref. TASK 32-22-00-410-001),
(Ref. TASK 32-12-00-410-001).

(6) Close all the access door panels that you opened during the storage
procedure.

R (7) Seal with STORAGE PRESERVATION (Material No. 15-002) and BONDING AND
R ADHESIVE COMPOUNDS (Material No. 08-052) (or equivalent) all the
R openings that give access to:
- the passenger compartment,
- the cockpit,
- the cargo compartment,
- the APU,
- the engines,
- the landing gears.

R (8) Seal with BONDING AND ADHESIVE COMPOUNDS (Material No. 08-052) (or
R equivalent):
- the passenger/crew door handles,
- the emergency exit door handles,
- the FWD and aft cargo door handles,
- the bulk cargo door handle,
- the avionics-compartment door handles.

(9) Depressurize the aircraft hydraulic systems (Ref. TASK 29-23-00-864-


001), (Ref. TASK 29-24-00-864-001), (Ref. TASK 29-10-00-864-003).

(10) De-energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-862-


002).


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(11) Remove all the fixtures, tools, test and support equipment used
during this procedure.

(12) Make an entry in the aircraft log book or attach a tag on the Captain
side stick to tell the crew that the protection covers/devices are
installed.

R **ON A/C 004-049, 055-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 401-499,


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

Subtask 10-12-00-942-056

A. Close-up

(1) Close all the pressurized access doors.

(2) Close the passenger/crew doors (Ref. TASK 52-10-00-410-001).

(3) Close the FWD and aft cargo-compartment doors (Ref. TASK 52-30-00-
860-002).

(4) Close all the landing gear doors (Ref. TASK 32-22-00-410-001),
(Ref. TASK 32-12-00-410-001).

(5) Close all the access door panels that you opened during the storage
procedure.

(6) Seal with STORAGE PRESERVATION (Material No. 15-002) and BONDING AND
ADHESIVE COMPOUNDS (Material No. 08-052) (or equivalent) all the
openings that give access to:
- the passenger compartment,
- the cockpit,
- the cargo compartment,
- the APU,
- the engines,
- the landing gears.

(7) Seal with BONDING AND ADHESIVE COMPOUNDS (Material No. 08-052) (or
equivalent):
- the passenger/crew door handles,
- the emergency exit door handles,
- the FWD and aft cargo door handles,
- the avionics-compartment door handles.

(8) Depressurize the aircraft hydraulic systems (Ref. TASK 29-23-00-864-


001), (Ref. TASK 29-24-00-864-001), (Ref. TASK 29-10-00-864-003).


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(9) De-energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-862-
002).

(10) Remove all the fixtures, tools, test and support equipment used
during this procedure.

(11) Make an entry in the aircraft log book or attach a tag on the Captain
side stick to tell the crew that the protection covers/devices are
installed.

**ON A/C 301-399,

Subtask 10-12-00-942-056-B

A. Close-up

(1) Close all the pressurized access doors.

(2) Close the emergency exit doors (Ref. TASK 52-22-00-410-001).

(3) Close the passenger/crew doors (Ref. TASK 52-10-00-410-001).

(4) Close the FWD and aft cargo-compartment doors (Ref. TASK 52-30-00-
860-002).

(5) Close the bulk cargo door (Ref. TASK 52-30-00-860-008).

(6) Close all the landing gear doors (Ref. TASK 32-22-00-410-001),
(Ref. TASK 32-12-00-410-001).

(7) Close all the access door panels that you opened during the storage
procedure.

(8) Seal with STORAGE PRESERVATION (Material No. 15-002) and BONDING AND
ADHESIVE COMPOUNDS (Material No. 08-052) (or equivalent) all the
openings that give access to:
- the passenger compartment,
- the cockpit,
- the cargo compartment,
- the APU,
- the engines,
- the landing gears.


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R (9) Seal with BONDING AND ADHESIVE COMPOUNDS (Material No. 08-052) (or
R equivalent):
- the passenger/crew door handles,
- the emergency exit door handles,
- the FWD and aft cargo door handles,
- the bulk cargo door handle,
- the avionics-compartment door handles.

(10) Depressurize the aircraft hydraulic systems (Ref. TASK 29-23-00-864-


001), (Ref. TASK 29-24-00-864-001), (Ref. TASK 29-10-00-864-003).

(11) De-energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-862-


002).

(12) Remove all the fixtures, tools, test and support equipment used
during this procedure.

(13) Make an entry in the aircraft log book or attach a tag on the Captain
side stick to tell the crew that the protection covers/devices are
installed.


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TASK 10-12-00-553-007

Storage Procedure (Storage Not More than 2 Years)

CAUTION : MAKE SURE THAT YOU OBEY THE MAINTENANCE PROGRAM FOR STORED/ PARKED
_______
AIRCRAFT. DO NOT CHANGE OR STOP THE MAINTENANCE PROGRAM WITHOUT
APPROVAL FROM YOUR LOCAL AUTHORITIES.

CAUTION : DURING THIS PROCEDURE:


_______
- MAKE SURE THAT THE LANDING GEAR GROUND SAFETIES, LOCKING DEVICES
AND WHEEL CHOCKS ARE IN POSITION.
- KEEP THE ACCESS PLATFORM AT A SUFFICIENT DISTANCE FROM THE AIRCRAFT
(IN WIND, SHOCK ABSORBER REBOUND CAN CAUSE MOVEMENT OF THE AIRCRAFT).

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

This procedure gives the preservation steps for a storage period of not more
than 2 years.

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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No specific blanking caps


No specific talcum
No specific AR CHOCK - WHEEL
No specific 1 WARNING NOTICE


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B. Consumable Materials

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Material No. 02-003 F NSA 307110 TYPE 4


NO LONGER AVAILABLE (Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 03-001 USA MIL-PRF-7870
MINERAL OIL (LOW TEMP) (Ref. 20-31-00)
R Material No. 04-001 F DCSEA 359/A
WHEEL BEARING MINERAL GREASE (Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 04-004 USA MIL-PRF-23827 TYPE I
SYNTH.ESTER BASED GREASE HIGH PRESSURE
(Ref. 20-31-00)
R Material No. 04-011 USA SAE-AMS-G-4343
SILICONE GREASE PNEUMATIC SYST AND SEALS
(Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 05-005 USA MIL-C-16173 GRADE II
CORROSION PREVENTIVE (Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 05-027
RUST INHIBITOR(FOR CORROSION USE 15-004)
(Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 05-043
VARNISH P.T.F.E SPRAY (Ref. 20-31-00)
R Material No. 08-052 USA AMS-T-23397 AND/OR L-T-80B
R SELF ADHESIVEALUMINIUM TAPE (Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 15-002 USA MIL-B-131 TYPE I
BARRIER MATERIAL WATER VAPOR PROOF (Ref. 20-31-00)

C. Referenced Information

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05-57-00-200-001 Aircraft Stability


10-11-00-555-013 Installation of the Aircraft Protection Equipment
10-11-00-555-015 Procedure for the Installation of Wheel Chocks on
Aircraft
10-20-00-556-001 Mooring of the Aircraft
12-13-27-612-005 Drain and Refill Flap Actuator Assemblies with
Semi-fluid
12-16-38-613-001 Servicing of the Toilet System
12-21-11-615-002 External Cleaning
12-21-12-100-002 Cleaning of the Cockpit Equipment/Furnishings


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12-21-12-100-003 Cleaning of the Carpets and Non-Textile Floor


Covering (NTF)
12-21-12-100-004 Cleaning of the Plastic Surfaces and Mirrors
12-21-12-100-005 Cleaning of the Seat Covers and the Curtains
12-21-12-100-006 Cleaning of the Light Alloy and Steel Components
12-21-12-100-007 Cleaning of the Cargo Compartments
12-21-12-100-008 Cleaning of the Cabin Monitors and Display Screens
(if installed)
12-21-12-100-009 Cleaning of the Plastic Wash Basin in the Lavatories
12-22-27-640-003 Lubrication of Trimmable Horizontal Stabilizer
Actuator Ball Screw Nut
12-22-27-640-004 Lubricate all Carriage Rollers on all Flap Tracks
12-22-27-640-005 Lubrication of Spoiler No.1 to 5 Servo Control
Bearings
12-22-27-640-006 Lubrication of all Slat Track Rollers, Pinion
Bearings, Pinions and Rack Teeth
12-22-27-640-007 Lubrication of the THS Mechanical Control Chains
12-22-27-640-008 Remove Flap Rotary Actuators For Regreasing
12-22-32-640-001 Lubrication of the MLG and Doors
12-22-32-640-002 Lubrication of the NLG and Doors
12-22-52-640-002 Lubrication of the FWD and AFT Cargo-Compartment
Doors
12-22-52-640-006 Lubrication of the External Control Handles of the
FWD and AFT Passenger/Crew Doors
R 12-22-52-640-007 Lubrication of the BULK-Cargo Compartment-Door Handle
R and Hinge Arms Bearings
12-22-52-640-008 Lubrication of the Avionics Compartment-Door Handles
12-22-52-640-009 Lubrication of the FWD and AFT Cargo-Compartment Door
Handle
12-22-52-640-013 Lubrication of the External Control Handle and the
Telescopic Arm
12-22-52-640-014 Lubrication of Safety Pin Guide Fitting and Door
Arming/Disarming Mechanism
12-22-52-640-016 Lubrication of the Hinge-Arm Support-Fitting Bearings
12-22-53-640-001 Lubrication of Trimmable Horizontal Stabilizer
Bearings and Attachment Fittings with Grease Mat. No.
04-004
12-22-55-640-001 Lubrication of Rudder Hinge Bearing No. 6 with Grease
Mat. No. 04-004
12-22-56-600-001 Lubrication of the Cockpit Sliding Window Tracks
12-24-38-680-001 Draining of the Potable Water System (with Electrical
Power)
12-31-21-660-001 Cold Weather Maintenance - Air Conditioning


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12-31-24-660-001 Cold Weather Maintenance - Electrical Power


12-31-25-660-001 Cold Weather Maintenance - Equipment/Furnishings
12-31-27-660-001 Cold Weather Maintenance - Flight Controls
12-31-28-660-001 Cold Weather Maintenance - Fuel
12-31-31-660-001 Cold Weather Maintenance - Indicating/Recording
systems and Navigation
12-31-32-660-001 Cold Weather Maintenance - Landing Gear
12-31-35-660-001 Cold Weather Maintenance - Oxygen System
12-31-38-660-001 Cold Weather Maintenance - Water/Waste
12-31-49-660-001 Cold Weather Maintenance - Auxiliary Power Unit
12-31-51-660-001 Cold Weather Maintenance - Structure
12-31-52-660-001 Cold Weather Maintenance - Doors
12-31-71-660-001 Cold Weather Maintenance - Power Plant
12-32-28-281-001 Drain Water Content
12-32-28-281-003 Sample Fuel for Microbiological Contamination
Analysis
12-34-24-869-002 Aircraft Grounding for the Maintenance Operations
20-24-11-100-001 Cleaning and Protection of the Cables
23-71-35-000-001 Removal of the Cockpit Voice Recorder (CVR) 1RK
24-21-00-550-002 Preservation/Storage/Return to Service of the IDG
24-21-00-600-040 Preservation/Storage/Return to Service of the IDG
24-38-51-000-001 Removal of the Batteries (2PB1, 2PB2)
24-41-00-861-002 Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the
External Power
24-41-00-862-002 De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits Supplied
from the External Power
26-21-41-000-004 Removal of the Cartridge of the Engine
Fire-Extinguisher Bottle
26-22-41-000-001 Removal of the Fire Extinguisher Bottle (11WF)
26-23-41-000-004 Removal of the Cargo Fire-Extinguisher Bottle
(4005WX)
28-11-00-600-010 Biocidal Preventative Treatment for Aircraft in
Long-Term Storage - With Fuel Mixed with Biobor
Biocide
28-11-00-600-010 Biocidal Preventative Treatment for Aircraft in
Long-Term Storage - With Fuel Mixed with Kathon
Biocide
28-11-00-600-010 Biocidal Preventative Treatment for Aircraft in
Long-Term Storage - Using Biobor Biocide With a
Metered Injection Rig
28-11-00-600-010 Biocidal Preventative Treatment for Aircraft in
Long-Term Storage - Using Kathon Biocide With a
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29-00-00-790-001 Check of the External Leaks of the Hydraulic


Components
29-10-00-863-003 Pressurize the Blue Hydraulic System with a Ground
Power Supply
29-10-00-864-003 Depressurize the Blue Hydraulic System
29-23-00-863-001 Pressurize the Green Hydraulic System from the Yellow
Hydraulic System through the PTU with the Electric
Pump
29-23-00-864-001 Depressurize the Green and Yellow Hydraulic Systems
after Operation of the PTU
29-24-00-863-001 Pressurize the Yellow Hydraulic System with the
Electric Pump
29-24-00-864-001 Depressurize the Yellow Hydraulic System
30-45-00-040-002 Deactivation of the Rain Repellent System
30-45-52-000-002 Removal of the Wiper Arm (306DM, 307DM)
30-45-53-000-001 Removal of the Wiper Blade
31-33-55-000-001 Removal of the Digital Flight Data Recorder (DFDR)
32-00-00-481-001 Installation of the Safety Devices on the Landing
Gears
32-12-00-010-001 Open the Main Gear Doors for Access
32-12-00-410-001 Close the Main Gear Doors after Access
32-22-00-010-001 Nose Gear Doors - Ground Doors Opening
32-22-00-410-001 Nose Gear Doors - Ground Doors Closing
32-40-00-200-001 Inspection/Check of the Wheels & Brakes
32-41-00-210-003 Inspection/Check of the Pressure of Tires
32-41-11-400-006 Installation of the MLG Wheel
(2649GM,2650GM,2651GM,2652GM)
32-41-12-400-001 Installation of the NLG Wheel (2659GM,2660GM)
32-48-51-000-005 Removal of the Fan Assy (7GS,8GS,9GS,10GS)
33-51-38-000-002 Removal of the Battery of the Emergency Power-Supply
Unit
34-10-00-170-001 Flushing of the Principal Total Pressure Lines
34-10-00-170-002 Flushing of the Principal Static Pressure Lines
34-10-00-170-003 Draining and Flushing of Standby Pneumatic Circuits
34-22-25-170-001 Draining and Flushing of the Standby Static and
Standby Total Pressure lines (ISIS)
49-20-00-200-001 Inspection/Check of the Engine (4005KM) (GTCP 36-300)
49-20-00-210-001 APU Power Plant Visual Inspection (APS 3200)
49-20-00-600-001 Preservation / Storage / De-preservation of the
Engine (GTCP 36-300)
49-20-00-600-002 Preservation/Storage/Return to Service of APU (APS
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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
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49-20-00-600-003 Preservation/Storage/Return to Service of APU


(131-9(A))
52-10-00-010-001 Opening of the Passenger/Crew Door
52-10-00-410-001 Closing of the Passenger/Crew Door
52-22-00-010-001 Opening of the Emergency Exit Doors from the
Passenger Compartment
52-22-00-410-001 Closing of the Emergency Exit Doors from the
Passenger Compartment
52-30-00-860-001 Open the FWD or AFT Cargo-Compartment Door with the
Yellow Electric Pump
52-30-00-860-002 Close the FWD or AFT Cargo-Compartment Door with the
Yellow Electric Pump
52-30-00-860-006 Open the Bulk Cargo-Compartment Door
52-30-00-860-008 Close the Bulk Cargo-Compartment Door
53-59-00-210-001 Operational Check of Single Drain Pipe Aft of FR70
from Outside
54-50-00-200-001 General Visual Inspection of the Pylon Drain System
71-00-00-550-010 Preservation of the Power Plant
72-00-00-600-026 Recommendations for Engine Preservation

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 10-12-00-860-061

A. General

(1) This section gives the procedure for aircraft storage in standard
weather conditions but:

(a) If aircraft storage is in high wind conditions:


- do a check of the aircraft stability (Ref. TASK 05-57-00-200-
001)
- moor the aircraft (Ref. TASK 10-20-00-556-001) if necessary.

(b) If aircraft storage is in cold weather conditions:


- do the cold weather maintenance procedures:
(Ref. TASK 12-31-21-660-001), (Ref. TASK 12-31-24-660-001),
(Ref. TASK 12-31-25-660-001), (Ref. TASK 12-31-27-660-001),
(Ref. TASK 12-31-28-660-001), (Ref. TASK 12-31-31-660-001),
(Ref. TASK 12-31-32-660-001), (Ref. TASK 12-31-35-660-001),
(Ref. TASK 12-31-38-660-001),
(Ref. TASK 12-31-49-660-001), (Ref. TASK 12-31-51-660-001),
(Ref. TASK 12-31-52-660-001), (Ref. TASK 12-31-71-660-001).



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NOTE : In cold weather conditions, we recommend that you put a
____
fiber material between the tires and the ground surface.

Subtask 10-12-00-615-055

B. Cleaning of the Aircraft

(1) If necessary, clean the aircraft externally (Ref. TASK 12-21-11-615-


002).

(2) If necessary, clean the aircraft internally:


(Ref. TASK 12-21-12-100-002)
(Ref. TASK 12-21-12-100-003)
(Ref. TASK 12-21-12-100-004)
(Ref. TASK 12-21-12-100-005)
(Ref. TASK 12-21-12-100-006)
(Ref. TASK 12-21-12-100-007)
(Ref. TASK 12-21-12-100-008)
(Ref. TASK 12-21-12-100-009).

Subtask 10-12-00-941-052

C. Safety Precautions

(1) Park the aircraft on a flat surface. Make sure that the wheels of the
nose landing gear are on the aircraft axis and the aircraft points
into the wind.

(2) Install the safety devices on the landing gears (Ref. TASK 32-00-00-
481-001).

(3) Put the CHOCK - WHEEL in position: (Ref. TASK 10-11-00-555-015).

(4) Make sure that the flaps, the slats, the spoilers and the thrust
reversers are retracted.

R (5) Make sure that the THS pitch-trim control wheel is set to two degrees
R aircraft nose up.

(6) Put a WARNING NOTICE in position to tell persons not to operate the
systems during the aircraft storage procedure.

(7) Ground the aircraft (Ref. TASK 12-34-24-869-002).



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Subtask 10-12-00-650-054

D. Aircraft Configuration

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

(2) Pressurize the aircraft hydraulic systems (Ref. TASK 29-23-00-863-


001), (Ref. TASK 29-24-00-863-001), (Ref. TASK 29-10-00-863-003).

4. Procedure
_________

**ON A/C 001-003, 051-054,

Subtask 10-12-00-010-059-A

A. Get Access

(1) Open the aft and FWD passenger/crew doors (Ref. TASK 52-10-00-010-
001).

(2) Open the aft and FWD cargo compartment doors (Ref. TASK 52-30-00-860-
001).

(3) Open the landing gear doors (Ref. TASK 32-12-00-010-001) (Ref. TASK
32-22-00-010-001).

(4) Open the bulk cargo-compartment door (Ref. TASK 52-30-00-860-006).

(5) Open all the pressurized access doors.

R **ON A/C 004-049, 055-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 401-499,


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

Subtask 10-12-00-010-059

A. Get Access

(1) Open the aft and FWD passenger/crew doors (Ref. TASK 52-10-00-010-
001).

(2) Open the aft and FWD cargo compartment doors (Ref. TASK 52-30-00-860-
001).

(3) Open the landing gear doors (Ref. TASK 32-12-00-010-001) (Ref. TASK
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(4) Open all the pressurized access doors.

**ON A/C 301-399,

Subtask 10-12-00-010-059-B

A. Get Access

(1) Open the aft and FWD passenger/crew doors (Ref. TASK 52-10-00-010-
001).

(2) Open the aft and FWD cargo compartment doors (Ref. TASK 52-30-00-860-
001).

(3) Open the emergency exit doors (Ref. TASK 52-22-00-010-001).

(4) Open the landing gear doors (Ref. TASK 32-12-00-010-001) (Ref. TASK
32-22-00-010-001).

(5) Open the bulk cargo-compartment door (Ref. TASK 52-30-00-860-006).

(6) Open all the pressurized access doors.

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-105, 151-199, 201-212, 214-220, 236-238,

Subtask 10-12-00-170-054

B. Flushing of the Air Data System

(1) Flush the total pressure line of the Air Data Module (Ref. TASK 34-
10-00-170-001).

(2) Flush the static pressure line of the Air Data Module (Ref. TASK 34-
10-00-170-002).

(3) Drain and flush the standby static and standby total pressure lines
of the Air Data Module (Ref. TASK 34-10-00-170-003).


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

Subtask 10-12-00-170-054-A

B. Flushing of the Air Data System

(1) Flush the total pressure line of the Air Data Module (Ref. TASK 34-
10-00-170-001).

(2) Flush the static pressure line of the Air Data Module (Ref. TASK 34-
10-00-170-002).

(3) Drain and flush the standby static and standby total pressure lines
of the Air Data Module (Ref. TASK 34-22-25-170-001).

**ON A/C ALL

Subtask 10-12-00-620-082

C. Protection of the Landing Gears and the Wheels

(1) Protection of the landing gears

(a) Apply SPECIAL MATERIALS (Material No. 05-027) on the cases,


brackets, screws and bolts.

(b) Apply COMMON GREASE (Material No. 04-011):


- on the sliding tube of the shock absorber
- on the actuator rods
- on the uplock mechanism.

(c) Apply COMMON GREASE (Material No. 04-004):


- to the towing and debogging fittings
- to the uplock and downlock mechanisms after cleaning of these
mechanisms.

(d) Apply talcum to all the rubber parts but not the tires.

(e) Lubricate all the landing gears:


- nose landing gear (Ref. TASK 12-22-32-640-002)
- main landing gear (Ref. TASK 12-22-32-640-001)

(f) Clean all the actuator rods and apply a thin layer of HYDRAULIC
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(g) Put protection on the bottom sections of the landing gears with
STORAGE PRESERVATION (Material No. 15-002).

(2) Apply SPECIAL MATERIALS (Material No. 05-005) on all hydraulic unions
in the NLG and MLG wheel-well bays.

(3) Protection of the wheels

(a) We recommend that you install used tires or wheels with used
tires:
- on the nose landing gear (Ref. TASK 32-41-12-400-001)
- on the main landing gear (Ref. TASK 32-41-11-400-006)

(b) Lubricate the bearings with COMMON GREASE (Material No. 04-001).

(c) Make sure that there is no corrosion on the brakes and on each
half wheel (Ref. TASK 32-40-00-200-001).

(d) Remove the debris guard, the impeller and the shroud of the brake
fans (Ref. TASK 32-48-51-000-005) (If installed).
- Apply SPECIAL MATERIALS (Material No. 05-027) on the removed
parts.

(e) Do a check of the tire pressures (Ref. TASK 32-41-00-210-003).

(f) Put protection on the brakes and the wheels with STORAGE
PRESERVATION (Material No. 15-002).

Subtask 10-12-00-550-053

D. Protection of the Water and Toilet System

(1) Protection of the potable water system

(a) If the storage period is more than 2 days:


- drain, flush and dry the system if necessary (Ref. TASK 12-24-
38-680-001).

(2) Protection of the toilet system

(a) If the storage period is more than 2 days:


- drain, flush and clean the system with disinfectant if
necessary (Ref. TASK 12-16-38-613-001).



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**ON A/C 001-049, 051-061, 101-105, 201-203,

Subtask 10-12-00-620-083

E. Protection of the Flight Controls

(1) Lubricate:
- the mechanical control chains of the THS (Ref. TASK 12-22-27-640-
007)
- the THS-actuator ball-screw nut (Ref. TASK 12-22-27-640-003)
- the rudder bearings No. 6 (Ref. TASK 12-22-55-640-001)
- the trimmable horizontal stabilizer bearings and attachment
fittings (Ref. TASK 12-22-53-640-001)
- the roller bearings of the flap tracks (Ref. TASK 12-22-27-640-004)
- the roller and the pinion bearings of the slat tracks (Ref. TASK
12-22-27-640-006)
- all the spoiler servo-control bearings (Ref. TASK 12-22-27-640-005)
- the slat tracks surface with OILS (Material No. 03-001)
- the flap rotary actuators (Ref. TASK 12-22-27-640-008).

NOTE : Because of a scheduled maintenance procedure, it is possible


____
that you must lubricate the flap rotary actuators during the
storage period. If this occurs, you must lubricate the flap
rotary actuators after the return to operation of the
aircraft.

(2) Clean and give protection to the flight control cables (Ref. TASK 20-
24-11-100-001).

R **ON A/C 062-099, 106-149, 151-199, 204-249, 251-299, 301-399, 401-499,


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

Subtask 10-12-00-620-083-A

E. Protection of the Flight Controls

(1) Lubricate:
- the mechanical control chains of the THS (Ref. TASK 12-22-27-640-
007)
- the THS-actuator ball-screw nut (Ref. TASK 12-22-27-640-003)
- the rudder bearings No. 6 (Ref. TASK 12-22-55-640-001)
- the trimmable horizontal stabilizer bearings and attachment
fittings (Ref. TASK 12-22-53-640-001)
- the roller bearings of the flap tracks (Ref. TASK 12-22-27-640-004)
- the roller and the pinion bearings of the slat tracks (Ref. TASK
12-22-27-640-006)


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- all the spoiler servo-control bearings (Ref. TASK 12-22-27-640-005)
- the slat tracks surface with OILS (Material No. 03-001)

(2) Drain and refill the flap actuator assemblies with semi-fluid
(Ref. TASK 12-13-27-612-005).

(3) Clean and give protection to the flight control cables (Ref. TASK 20-
24-11-100-001).

**ON A/C ALL

Subtask 10-12-00-620-084

R F. Protection of the fuel system

(1) Do a fuel sampling for microbiological contamination (Ref. TASK 12-


32-28-281-003).

(2) Do a preventive treatment:

(a) If premixed fuel is available:


- Refuel the wing tanks to 30% of the total capacity with fuel
premixed with biocide (Ref. TASK 28-11-00-600-010) or
(Ref. TASK 28-11-00-600-010)
- Refuel the center tank to 30% of the total capacity with fuel
premixed with biocide (Ref. TASK 28-11-00-600-010) or
(Ref. TASK 28-11-00-600-010).

(b) If premixed fuel is not available:


- Refuel the wing tanks to 30% of the total capacity with fuel
not premixed with biocide (Ref. TASK 28-11-00-600-010) or
(Ref. TASK 28-11-00-600-010)
- Refuel the center tank to 30% of the total capacity with fuel
not premixed with biocide (Ref. TASK 28-11-00-600-010) or
(Ref. TASK 28-11-00-600-010).

(3) Drain water from all the fuel tanks (Ref. TASK 12-32-28-281-001).

NOTE : Do the water drain procedure one hour after refueling is


____
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**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,
401-499,

Subtask 10-12-00-620-085

G. Protection of the Engines

(1) Do the preservation of the engines as recommended (Ref. TASK 72-00-


00-600-026).

(2) Do the IDG on wing preservation (Ref. TASK 24-21-00-550-002).

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

Subtask 10-12-00-620-085-A

G. Protection of the Engines

(1) Do the preservation of the engines (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-550-010).

(2) Do the IDG on wing preservation (Ref. TASK 24-21-00-600-040).

**ON A/C ALL

Subtask 10-12-00-620-086-B

H. Protection of the APU

(1) Do an inspection of the APU for preservation:


- for a GTCP 36-300 APU: (Ref. TASK 49-20-00-200-001)
- for an APS 3200 APU: (Ref. TASK 49-20-00-210-001)

(2) Do the preservation of the APU:


- for a GTCP 36-300 APU: (Ref. TASK 49-20-00-600-001)
- for an APS 3200 APU: (Ref. TASK 49-20-00-600-002)
- for a 131-9(A) APU: (Ref. TASK 49-20-00-600-003)

(3) If necessary, apply SPECIAL MATERIALS (Material No. 05-027) on cases,


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Subtask 10-12-00-210-070

J. Visual Inspection of the Drains

(1) Make sure that all the external structural drain holes are not
clogged:

(a) In the lower fuselage (Ref. TASK 53-59-00-210-001).

(b) On the pylons (Ref. TASK 54-50-00-200-001).

(c) On the engines.

(d) In all other locations.

Subtask 10-12-00-620-087

K. External Protection of the Aircraft

R (1) With STORAGE PRESERVATION (Material No. 15-002) and BONDING AND
R ADHESIVE COMPOUNDS (Material No. 08-052) (or equivalent):

(a) Put a cover on the top of the rudder to give protection from bird
excrement.

(b) Seal:
- the surge-tank overpressure,
- the L and R ailerons to give protection from bird nest,
- the air conditioning inlets and outlets,
- the avionics ventilation inlets and outlets,
- the battery venturi.

R (2) Seal with fine nylon netting and BONDING AND ADHESIVE COMPOUNDS
R (Material No. 08-052) (or equivalent):
- the fuel NACA air-intakes
- the overpressure protector outlet (wing tanks)
- all the drain valves

(3) Apply SPECIAL MATERIALS (Material No. 05-005) on the trailing edge of
the wings.

(4) Apply SPECIAL MATERIALS (Material No. 05-027):


- on the leading edges of the nacelles and THS
- on the refuel/defuel panel
- on all the unpainted light-alloy areas.


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Subtask 10-12-00-620-088

L. Protection of the Cabin and Cockpit

(1) Put a plastic film protection on:


- all the passenger and cockpit seats
- the carpets of the cabin aisles, cockpit and galley areas.

(2) Open the cockpit and window shades.

(3) Make sure that the sliding windows are closed.

**ON A/C 001-003, 051-054,

Subtask 10-12-00-620-096-A

M. Protection of the Doors

(1) Lubricate the external control handles of the passenger/crew doors


(Ref. TASK 12-22-52-640-006).

(2) Lubricate the safety pin guide fitting and the door arming/disarming
mechanism (Ref. TASK 12-22-52-640-014).

(3) Lubricate the hinge-arm support-fitting bearings (Ref. TASK 12-22-52-


640-016).

(4) Lubricate the cargo-compartment doors (Ref. TASK 12-22-52-640-002).

(5) Lubricate the cargo-compartment door handles (Ref. TASK 12-22-52-640-


009).

(6) Lubricate the bulk-cargo door handle (Ref. TASK 12-22-52-640-007).

(7) Lubricate the avionics compartment-door handles (Ref. TASK 12-22-52-


640-008).

(8) Apply SPECIAL MATERIALS (Material No. 05-043) on the seals of all the
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R 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

Subtask 10-12-00-620-096

M. Protection of the Doors

(1) Lubricate the external control handles of the passenger/crew doors


(Ref. TASK 12-22-52-640-006).

(2) Lubricate the safety pin guide fitting and the door arming/disarming
mechanism (Ref. TASK 12-22-52-640-014).

(3) Lubricate the hinge-arm support-fitting bearings (Ref. TASK 12-22-52-


640-016).

(4) Lubricate the cargo-compartment doors (Ref. TASK 12-22-52-640-002).

(5) Lubricate the cargo-compartment door handles (Ref. TASK 12-22-52-640-


009).

(6) Lubricate the avionics compartment-door handles (Ref. TASK 12-22-52-


640-008).

(7) Apply SPECIAL MATERIALS (Material No. 05-043) on the seals of all the
doors.

**ON A/C 301-399,

Subtask 10-12-00-620-096-B

M. Protection of the Doors

(1) Lubricate the external control handles of the passenger/crew doors


(Ref. TASK 12-22-52-640-006).

(2) Lubricate the safety pin guide-fitting and the door arming/disarming
mechanism (Ref. TASK 12-22-52-640-014).

(3) Lubricate the hinge-arm support-fitting bearings (Ref. TASK 12-22-52-


640-016).

(4) Lubricate the external control handle and the telescopic arm
(Ref. TASK 12-22-52-640-013).

(5) Lubricate the cargo-compartment doors (Ref. TASK 12-22-52-640-002).


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(6) Lubricate the cargo-compartment door handles (Ref. TASK 12-22-52-640-
009).

(7) Lubricate the avionics-compartment door handles (Ref. TASK 12-22-52-


640-008).

(8) Apply SPECIAL MATERIALS (Material No. 05-043) on the seals of all the
doors.

**ON A/C ALL

Subtask 10-12-00-620-089

N. Protection of the Oxygen System

(1) Close the valve of the crew oxygen-cylinder assembly.

(a) In the cockpit, on the panel 21VU, push the OXYGEN/CREW SUPPLY
pushbutton switch (the OFF legend goes off).

(b) On one of the oxygen masks, operate the PRESS TO TEST AND RESET
slide a sufficient number of times to make the system empty.

(c) On the panel 21VU, release the OXYGEN/CREW SUPPLY pushbutton


switch (the OFF legend comes on).

Subtask 10-12-00-620-090

P. Protection of the Rain Protection System

(1) Do the deactivation of the rain repellent system (Ref. TASK 30-45-00-
040-002).

(2) Put plastic bags or films on the two spray nozzles and attach them on
R the structure with BONDING AND ADHESIVE COMPOUNDS (Material No. 08-
R 052) (or equivalent).

(3) Remove the wiper blades (Ref. TASK 30-45-53-000-001) and the wiper
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Subtask 10-12-00-620-091

Q. Protection of the Windows

(1) Lubricate the sliding windows (Ref. TASK 12-22-56-600-001).

(2) Open the cockpit and cabin window shades.

(3) Give external protection to the cockpit and cabin windows with
STORAGE PRESERVATION (Material No. 15-002) and BONDING AND ADHESIVE
COMPOUNDS (Material No. 08-052) (or equivalent). Do not put BONDING
AND ADHESIVE COMPOUNDS (Material No. 08-052) (or equivalent) on the
windows.

(4) Make sure that the sliding windows are closed.

Subtask 10-12-00-020-062

R. Removal of Equipment

(1) Remove the Digital Flight Data Recorder 1TU (Ref. TASK 31-33-55-000-
001).

(2) Remove the Cockpit Voice Recorder 1RK (Ref. TASK 23-71-35-000-001).

(3) Remove the batteries of:


- all the EPSU (Ref. TASK 33-51-38-000-002),
- the megaphones,
- the flashlights.

(4) Remove the emergency locator beacon.

(5) If the external temperature is more than 70 DEG.C (158.00 DEG.F),


remove:
- the cargo fire-extinguishing bottles and cartridges (Ref. TASK 26-
23-41-000-004).
- the engine fire-extinguishing bottles and cartridges (Ref. TASK 26-
21-41-000-004).
- the APU extinguishing-bottle and cartridge (Ref. TASK 26-22-41-000-
001).

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Subtask 10-12-00-620-092

S. Protection of the Hydraulic System

(1) Do a check of the hydraulic components for external leakage


(Ref. TASK 29-00-00-790-001).

Subtask 10-12-00-555-057

T. Installation of the Protection Equipment

(1) Put protecton on all the probes, the engines and APU with adapted
protection equipment (Ref. TASK 10-11-00-555-013).

R (2) Keep all external protection equipment flags in position with BONDING
R AND ADHESIVE COMPOUNDS (Material No. 08-052) (or equivalent).

Subtask 10-12-00-860-062

U. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) On the overhead panel 25 VU, on the CABIN PRESS section:


- Push the DITCHING pushbutton switch to close the ventilation skin
valves and the outflow valve.

(2) Disconnect and remove the batteries 2PB1 and 2PB2 (Ref. TASK 24-38-
51-000-001).

5. Close-up
________

**ON A/C 001-003, 051-054,

Subtask 10-12-00-942-057-A

A. Close-up

(1) Close all the pressurized access doors.

(2) Close the passenger/crew doors (Ref. TASK 52-10-00-410-001).

(3) Close the FWD and aft cargo-compartment doors (Ref. TASK 52-30-00-
860-002).

(4) Close the bulk cargo door (Ref. TASK 52-30-00-860-008).


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(5) Close all the landing gear doors (Ref. TASK 32-22-00-410-001),
(Ref. TASK 32-12-00-410-001).

(6) Close all the access door panels that you opened during the storage
procedure.

(7) Seal with STORAGE PRESERVATION (Material No. 15-002) and BONDING AND
ADHESIVE COMPOUNDS (Material No. 08-052) (or equivalent) all the
openings that give access to:
- the passenger compartment,
- the cockpit,
- the cargo compartment,
- the APU,
- the engines,
- the landing gears.

(8) Seal with BONDING AND ADHESIVE COMPOUNDS (Material No. 08-052) (or
equivalent):
- the passenger/crew door handles,
- the emergency exit door handles,
- the FWD and aft cargo door handles,
- the bulk cargo door handle,
- the avionics-compartment door handles.

(9) Depressurize the aircraft hydraulic systems (Ref. TASK 29-23-00-864-


001), (Ref. TASK 29-24-00-864-001), (Ref. TASK 29-10-00-864-003).

(10) De-energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-862-


002).

(11) Remove all the fixtures, tools, test and support equipment used
during this procedure.

(12) Make an entry in the aircraft log book or attach a tag on the Captain
side stick to tell the crew that the protection covers/devices are
installed.

R **ON A/C 004-049, 055-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 401-499,


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

Subtask 10-12-00-942-057

A. Close-up

(1) Close all the pressurized access doors.

(2) Close the passenger/crew doors (Ref. TASK 52-10-00-410-001).


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(3) Close the FWD and aft cargo-compartment doors (Ref. TASK 52-30-00-
860-002).

(4) Close all the landing gear doors (Ref. TASK 32-22-00-410-001),
(Ref. TASK 32-12-00-410-001).

(5) Close all the access door panels that you opened during the storage
procedure.

(6) Seal with STORAGE PRESERVATION (Material No. 15-002) and BONDING AND
ADHESIVE COMPOUNDS (Material No. 08-052) (or equivalent) all the
openings that give access to:
- the passenger compartment,
- the cockpit,
- the cargo compartment,
- the APU,
- the engines,
- the landing gears.

(7) Seal with BONDING AND ADHESIVE COMPOUNDS (Material No. 08-052) (or
equivalent):
- the passenger/crew door handles,
- the emergency exit door handles,
- the FWD and aft cargo door handles,
- the avionics-compartment door handles.

(8) Depressurize the aircraft hydraulic systems (Ref. TASK 29-23-00-864-


001), (Ref. TASK 29-24-00-864-001), (Ref. TASK 29-10-00-864-003).

(9) De-energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-862-


002).

(10) Remove all the fixtures, tools, test and support equipment used
during this procedure.

(11) Make an entry in the aircraft log book or attach a tag on the Captain
side stick to tell the crew that the protection covers/devices are
installed.


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**ON A/C 301-399,

Subtask 10-12-00-942-057-B

A. Close-up

(1) Close all the pressurized access doors.

(2) Close the emergency exit doors (Ref. TASK 52-22-00-410-001).

(3) Close the passenger/crew doors (Ref. TASK 52-10-00-410-001).

(4) Close the FWD and aft cargo-compartment doors (Ref. TASK 52-30-00-
860-002).

(5) Close the bulk cargo door (Ref. TASK 52-30-00-860-008).

(6) Close all the landing gear doors (Ref. TASK 32-22-00-410-001),
(Ref. TASK 32-12-00-410-001).

(7) Close all the access door panels that you opened during the storage
procedure.

R (8) Seal with STORAGE PRESERVATION (Material No. 15-002) and BONDING AND
R ADHESIVE COMPOUNDS (Material No. 08-052) (or equivalent) all the
R openings that give access to:
- the passenger compartment,
- the cockpit,
- the cargo compartment,
- the APU,
- the engines,
- the landing gears.

R (9) Seal with BONDING AND ADHESIVE COMPOUNDS (Material No. 08-052) (or
R equivalent):
- the passenger/crew door handles,
- the emergency exit door handles,
- the FWD and aft cargo door handles,
- the bulk cargo door handle,
- the avionics-compartment door handles.

(10) Depressurize the aircraft hydraulic systems (Ref. TASK 29-23-00-864-


001), (Ref. TASK 29-24-00-864-001), (Ref. TASK 29-10-00-864-003).

(11) De-energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-862-


002).


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(12) Remove all the fixtures, tools, test and support equipment used
during this procedure.

(13) Make an entry in the aircraft log book or attach a tag on the Captain
side stick to tell the crew that the protection covers/devices are
installed.


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**ON A/C ALL

TASK 10-12-00-553-008

Renewal for 6 Months Storage Period

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

This procedure lets the operator do the storage procedure for 6 months again
one time.

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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

No specific 1 ACCESS PLATFORM 15M (49 FT) - ADJUSTABLE

B. Referenced Information

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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
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10-12-00-200-006 Periodic Ground Check at 7-day Intervals


10-12-00-200-007 Periodic Ground Check at 15-day Intervals
10-12-00-200-008 Periodic Ground-Check at 1-month Interval
10-12-00-200-009 Periodic ground-check at 3-month interval
R 10-12-00-200-010 Periodic Ground Check at 6-month Intervals
12-22-27-640-003 Lubrication of Trimmable Horizontal Stabilizer
Actuator Ball Screw Nut
12-22-27-640-004 Lubricate all Carriage Rollers on all Flap Tracks
12-22-27-640-005 Lubrication of Spoiler No.1 to 5 Servo Control
Bearings
12-22-27-640-006 Lubrication of all Slat Track Rollers, Pinion
Bearings, Pinions and Rack Teeth
12-22-27-640-007 Lubrication of the THS Mechanical Control Chains
12-22-32-640-001 Lubrication of the MLG and Doors
12-22-32-640-002 Lubrication of the NLG and Doors
12-22-53-640-001 Lubrication of Trimmable Horizontal Stabilizer
Bearings and Attachment Fittings with Grease Mat. No.
04-004


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12-22-55-640-001 Lubrication of Rudder Hinge Bearing No. 6 with Grease


Mat. No. 04-004
12-32-28-281-001 Drain Water Content
12-32-28-281-003 Sample Fuel for Microbiological Contamination
Analysis
20-24-11-100-001 Cleaning and Protection of the Cables

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 10-12-00-941-056

A. Get Access

(1) Put an ACCESS PLATFORM 15M (49 FT) - ADJUSTABLE in position near the
aircraft.

4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 10-12-00-553-070

A. Ground Check

(1) Do the periodic ground checks at:


- 7-day intervals (Ref. TASK 10-12-00-200-006)
- 15-day intervals (Ref. TASK 10-12-00-200-007)
- 1-month intervals (Ref. TASK 10-12-00-200-008)
- 3-month intervals (Ref. TASK 10-12-00-200-009).
R - 6-month intervals (Ref. TASK 10-12-00-200-010).

Subtask 10-12-00-620-095

B. Protection

(1) Lubrication of the mechanical control chains of the THS (Ref. TASK
12-22-27-640-007) and the actuator ball screw nut (Ref. TASK 12-22-
27-640-003).

(2) Clean and put protection on the flight control cables (Ref. TASK 20-
24-11-100-001).

(3) Lubrication of the rollers of the flap tracks (Ref. TASK 12-22-27-
640-004).


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(4) Lubrication of all the rollers and pinions of the slat tracks
(Ref. TASK 12-22-27-640-006).

(5) Lubrication of spoiler servo-control bearings (Ref. TASK 12-22-27-


640-005).

(6) Lubrication of the hinges and the attach fittings of the horizontal
stabilizer (Ref. TASK 12-22-53-640-001).

(7) Lubrication of the rudder bearing No. 6 (Ref. TASK 12-22-55-640-001).

(8) Lubricate all the landing gears:


- nose landing gear (Ref. TASK 12-22-32-640-002)
- main landing gear (Ref. TASK 12-22-32-640-001)

Subtask 10-12-00-281-054

C. Protection of the fuel

(1) Do a fuel sampling for microbiological contamination (Ref. TASK 12-


32-28-281-003).

(2) Drain water from all the fuel tanks (Ref. TASK 12-32-28-281-001).

NOTE : Do the water drain procedure one hour after refueling is


____
completed.

(3) Close all the fuel system valves.

Subtask 10-12-00-020-063

D. Removal of Components

(1) Remove all the batteries of:


- the megaphones
- the flashlights.

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 10-12-00-942-061

A. Put the aircraft back to its initial configuration.

(1) Remove all the fixtures, tools, test and support equipment used
during this procedure.



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TASK 10-12-00-553-009

Renewal for 2 Years Storage Period

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Referenced Information

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

10-12-00-553-007 Storage Procedure (Storage Not More than 2 Years)


10-30-00-554-005 Return to Operation after Storage Period

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 10-12-00-860-064

A. Not Applicable

4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 10-12-00-210-080

A. Preparation of the Aircraft

(1) Do the full return to operation after storage (Ref. TASK 10-30-00-
554-005).

Subtask 10-12-00-554-050

B. Non-revenue Flight

(1) Do a short non-revenue flight within the aircraft standard envelope.

Subtask 10-12-00-553-071

C. Store the Aircraft

(1) Do the storage procedure (Ref. TASK 10-12-00-553-007).


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STORAGE - INSPECTION/CHECK
__________________________

TASK 10-12-00-200-006

Periodic Ground Check at 7-day Intervals

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

To do a check of the condition of the aircraft during the storage period.

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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

No specific 1 ACCESS PLATFORM 15M (49 FT) - ADJUSTABLE

R B. Referenced Information

R -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
R REFERENCE DESIGNATION
R -------------------------------------------------------------------------------

R 71-00-00-550-010 Preservation of the Power Plant

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 10-12-00-941-053

A. Put an ACCESS PLATFORM 15M (49 FT) - ADJUSTABLE in position near the
aircraft.

4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 10-12-00-210-071

A. Visual Inspection

(1) Do a general visual inspection of the airframe from the ground for
correct condition.

(2) Make sure that there is no bird nest. If you find bird nests, remove
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(3) Make sure that there are no leaks:
- at the engine drain masts
- on the wheels and landing gears
- from the wings
- from the APU
- from the horizontal and vertical stabilizer.

(4) Make sure that the protection cover/plugs are correctly installed.

(5) Do a check of the outer skin for contamination that is not usual.

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

Subtask 10-12-00-210-083

B. Inspection of the Engine Humidity Indicator

(1) For engines PRE-SB72-0369


Examine the indicators. If one or more of the indicators show too
much humidity, replace the indicator and desiccant and do the engine
preservation procedure again (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-550-010).

(2) For engines POST-SB72-0369


Only examine the indicators after the first 7 days. If one or more of
the indicators show too much humidity, replace the indicator and
desiccant and do the engine preservation procedure again (Ref. TASK
71-00-00-550-010).

**ON A/C ALL

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 10-12-00-942-058

A. Remove the access platform(s).



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TASK 10-12-00-200-007

Periodic Ground Check at 15-day Intervals

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

To do a check of the condition of the aircraft during the storage period.

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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

No specific 1 ACCESS PLATFORM 15M (49 FT) - ADJUSTABLE

B. Referenced Information

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

R 10-11-00-555-015 Procedure for the Installation of Wheel Chocks on


R Aircraft
12-24-34-600-001 Bleeding of the Standby Air Data System
12-32-28-281-001 Drain Water Content
32-41-00-210-002 Inspection/Check of the Wheels and Tires
32-41-00-210-003 Inspection/Check of the Pressure of Tires

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 10-12-00-941-054

A. Put an ACCESS PLATFORM 15M (49 FT) - ADJUSTABLE in position near the
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4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 10-12-00-553-069

A. Move the Aircraft

NOTE : if old tires are installed, do not do this procedure.


____

(1) Remove the wheel chocks that you installed during the storage
procedure.

(2) Move the aircraft, by a 1/4 turn of the wheels, to prevent damage to
the tires.

R (3) Put the wheel chocks in position: (Ref. TASK 10-11-00-555-015)


R

Subtask 10-12-00-210-072

B. Visual Inspection

(1) Make sure that there is no fuel leak.

(2) Examine the condition of the wheels and the tires (Ref. TASK 32-41-
00-210-002).

(3) Do a tire pressure check, if necessary inflate the tires (Ref. TASK
32-41-00-210-003).

Subtask 10-12-00-170-055

C. Drain the Standby Static Line

(1) Remove the water from the standby static line (Ref. TASK 12-24-34-
600-001).

Subtask 10-12-00-680-055

D. Inspection of the Fuel Tanks

(1) Drain water from the fuel tanks (Ref. TASK 12-32-28-281-001).


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5. Close-up
________

Subtask 10-12-00-942-059

A. Put the aircraft back to its initial configuration.

(1) Remove the access platform(s).



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TASK 10-12-00-200-008

Periodic Ground-Check at 1-month Interval

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Consumable Materials

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

Material No. 05-043


VARNISH P.T.F.E SPRAY (Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 15-002 USA MIL-B-131 TYPE I
BARRIER MATERIAL WATER VAPOR PROOF (Ref. 20-31-00)

B. Referenced Information

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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
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R
12-32-28-281-003 Sample Fuel for Microbiological Contamination
Analysis
21-26-00-710-001 Operational Check of System via MCDU
21-28-00-710-006 Operational Test of the AFT Cargo-Compartment
Ventilation-System
21-28-00-720-003 Functional Test of the FWD Cargo-Compartment
Ventilation-System
R 24-21-00-550-002 Preservation/Storage/Return to Service of the IDG
24-41-00-861-002 Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the
External Power
24-41-00-862-002 De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits Supplied
from the External Power
28-24-00-710-002 Operational Test of the ENG 1(2) LP Fuel Valve 12QM
(13QM)
30-11-00-710-001 Operational Test of the Wing Ice-Protection System
30-21-00-710-001 Operational Test of the Anti Ice System Fault Warning
52-10-00-010-001 Opening of the Passenger/Crew Door
52-10-00-410-001 Closing of the Passenger/Crew Door



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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
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52-22-00-010-001 Opening of the Emergency Exit Doors from the


Passenger Compartment
52-22-00-410-001 Closing of the Emergency Exit Doors from the
Passenger Compartment
52-30-00-860-001 Open the FWD or AFT Cargo-Compartment Door with the
Yellow Electric Pump
52-30-00-860-002 Close the FWD or AFT Cargo-Compartment Door with the
Yellow Electric Pump
52-30-00-860-006 Open the Bulk Cargo-Compartment Door
52-30-00-860-008 Close the Bulk Cargo-Compartment Door
71-00-00-550-010 Preservation of the Power Plant
72-00-00-600-006 Preservation for a Period of up to 30 Days
72-00-00-600-008 Preservation Renewal Requirements.

3. __________
Job Set-up

**ON A/C 001-003, 051-054,

Subtask 10-12-00-010-060-A

A. Get Access

(1) Open the passenger/crew doors (Ref. TASK 52-10-00-010-001).

(2) Open the FWD and AFT cargo-compartment doors (Ref. TASK 52-30-00-860-
001).

(3) Open the emergency exit doors (Ref. TASK 52-22-00-010-001).

(4) Open the bulk cargo-compartment door (Ref. TASK 52-30-00-860-006).

R **ON A/C 004-049, 055-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


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

Subtask 10-12-00-010-060

A. Get Access

(1) Open the passenger/crew doors (Ref. TASK 52-10-00-010-001).

(2) Open the FWD and AFT cargo-compartment doors (Ref. TASK 52-30-00-860-
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(3) Open the emergency exit doors (Ref. TASK 52-22-00-010-001).

**ON A/C ALL

Subtask 10-12-00-860-063

B. Aircraft Configuration

(1) Remove the STORAGE PRESERVATION (Material No. 15-002) and adhesive
tape from :
- the avionics ventilation-system inlets and outlets (15HQ and 22HQ)
- the outflow valve (10HL).

(2) Energize the aircraft electrical circuits from the external power
(Ref. TASK 24-41-00-861-002).

(3) On the overhead panel 25VU, on the CABIN PRESS section:


- release the DITCHING pushbutton switch to open the avionics
ventilation skin- valves.

NOTE : Make sure that the avionics ventilation continues to operate


____
correctly.

4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 10-12-00-620-094

A. Protection

(1) Apply SPECIAL MATERIALS (Material No. 05-043) on all the seals of the
doors.

(2) Make sure that all the doors operate correctly.

Subtask 10-12-00-210-079

B. Inspection

(1) Make sure that the extension of the landing gear shock-absorbers is
correct.

(2) Do a check of the pressure of the oxygen cylinders.

(3) Do a fuel sampling for microbiological contamination (Ref. TASK 12-


32-28-281-003).
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(4) Close all the fuel system valves.

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

Subtask 10-12-00-210-082

C. Inspection of the Engine Humidity Indicator


Examine the indicators. If one or more of the indicators shows too much
humidity, replace the indicator and desiccant and do the engine
preservation procedure again (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-550-010).

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


401-499,

Subtask 10-12-00-210-085

D. Inspection of the Engines

(1) If you did a preservation for a period of up to 30 days (Ref. TASK


72-00-00-600-006) when you did the protection of the engine:

(a) You must refer to the engine preservation renewal procedure


(Ref. TASK 72-00-00-600-008).

(b) Do a check of the IDG for external corrosion (Ref. TASK 24-21-00-
550-002).

(2) If you did a preservation for a period of more than 30 days when you
did the protection of the engine:

(a) Examine the desiccant humidity indicator (if used) and replace
the desiccant if necessary.

**ON A/C ALL

Subtask 10-12-00-710-071

E. Do these Tests:

(1) Do a test of the avionics equipment ventilation (Ref. TASK 21-26-00-


710-001).

(2) If the aft cargo-compartment ventilation-system is installed, do a


test of the aft cargo-compartment ventilation-system (Ref. TASK 21-
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(3) If the FWD cargo-compartment ventilation-system is installed, do a
test of the FWD cargo-compartment ventilation-system (Ref. TASK 21-
28-00-720-003).

(4) Do a test of the wing ice-protection system (Ref. TASK 30-11-00-710-


001).

(5) Do a test of the anti ice system fault warning (Ref. TASK 30-21-00-
710-001).

(6) Do a test of the ENG 1(2) LP fuel valve 12MQ(13MQ) (Ref. TASK 28-24-
00-710-002).

5. Close-up
________

**ON A/C 001-003, 051-054,

Subtask 10-12-00-410-059-A

A. Put the Aircraft back to its Initial Configuration

(1) On the overhead panel 25VU, on the CABIN PRESS section:


- push the DITCHING pushbutton switch to close the avionics
ventilation skin- valves.

(2) De-energize the aircraft electrical circuits supplied from the


external power (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-862-002).

(3) Close the passenger/crew doors (Ref. TASK 52-10-00-410-001).

(4) Close the FWD and AFT cargo-compartment doors (Ref. TASK 52-30-00-
860-002).

(5) Close the bulk cargo-compartment door (Ref. TASK 52-30-00-860-008).

(6) Close the emergency exit doors (Ref. TASK 52-22-00-410-001).

(7) Seal with STORAGE PRESERVATION (Material No. 15-002) and adhesive
tape:
- the avionics ventilation-system inlets and outlets (15HQ and 22HQ)
- the outflow valve (10HL)
- the doors and the handles.

(8) Remove all the fixtures, tools, test and support equipment used
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R **ON A/C 004-049, 055-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,
R 401-499, 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

Subtask 10-12-00-410-059

A. Put the Aircraft back to its Initial Configuration

(1) On the overhead panel 25VU, on the CABIN PRESS section:


- push the DITCHING pushbutton switch to close the avionics
ventilation skin- valves.

(2) De-energize the aircraft electrical circuits supplied from the


external power (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-862-002).

(3) Close the passenger/crew doors (Ref. TASK 52-10-00-410-001).

(4) Close the FWD and AFT cargo-compartment doors (Ref. TASK 52-30-00-
860-002).

(5) Close the emergency exit doors (Ref. TASK 52-22-00-410-001).

(6) Seal with STORAGE PRESERVATION (Material No. 15-002) and adhesive
tape:
- the avionics ventilation-system inlets and outlets (15HQ and 22HQ)
- the outflow valve (10HL)
- the doors and the handles.

(7) Remove all the fixtures, tools, test and support equipment used
during this procedure.


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**ON A/C ALL

TASK 10-12-00-200-009

Periodic ground-check at 3-month interval

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

To do a check of the condition of the aircraft during the storage period.

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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

No specific 1 ACCESS PLATFORM 15M (49 FT) - ADJUSTABLE

B. Consumable Materials

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

R Material No. 04-011 USA SAE-AMS-G-4343


SILICONE GREASE PNEUMATIC SYST AND SEALS
(Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 05-005 USA MIL-C-16173 GRADE II
CORROSION PREVENTIVE (Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 05-027
RUST INHIBITOR(FOR CORROSION USE 15-004)
(Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 11-002 USA MIL-PRF-680
DRY CLEANING SOLVENT (VARSOL/WHITE SPIRIT)
(Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 15-002 USA MIL-B-131 TYPE I
BARRIER MATERIAL WATER VAPOR PROOF (Ref. 20-31-00)



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C. Referenced Information

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

R 05-27-10-200-001 GENERAL VISUAL INSPECTION OF NOSE GEAR AND NOSE GEAR


R DOORS (EWIS)
R 05-27-30-200-001 GENERAL VISUAL INSPECTION OF LH/RH MAIN LANDING GEAR
R (EWIS)
07-12-00-582-001 Jacking for Nose Gear Wheel Change
07-12-00-582-002 Jacking for Main Gear Wheel Change
10-20-00-556-001 Mooring of the Aircraft
12-21-11-615-002 External Cleaning
24-21-00-550-002 Preservation/Storage/Return to Service of the IDG
24-41-00-861-002 Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the
External Power
24-41-00-862-002 De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits Supplied
from the External Power
27-14-00-710-001 Operational Test of the Aileron and Hydraulic
Actuation
27-24-00-710-001 Operational Test of the Rudder Hydraulic Actuation
27-34-00-710-001 Operational Test of the Elevator and Hydraulic
Actuation
27-54-00-710-001 Operational Test of the Flap System
27-64-00-710-001 Operational Test of the Spoiler Hydraulic Actuation
27-84-00-710-001 Operational Test of the Slat System
28-23-00-720-001 Operational Test of Crossfeed Valve Using Individual
Motors: ...
28-24-00-710-002 Operational Test of the ENG 1(2) LP Fuel Valve 12QM
(13QM)
28-29-00-710-001 Operational Test of the APU Low Pressure Fuel Valve
using each individual Motor in turn
29-10-00-200-001 Check Fluid Level on Reservoir Indicators
29-10-00-863-003 Pressurize the Blue Hydraulic System with a Ground
Power Supply
29-10-00-864-003 Depressurize the Blue Hydraulic System
29-23-00-863-001 Pressurize the Green Hydraulic System from the Yellow
Hydraulic System through the PTU with the Electric
Pump
29-23-00-864-001 Depressurize the Green and Yellow Hydraulic Systems
after Operation of the PTU
29-24-00-863-001 Pressurize the Yellow Hydraulic System with the
Electric Pump
29-24-00-864-001 Depressurize the Yellow Hydraulic System
32-31-00-710-002 Operational Test of the Landing Gear Doors (With
False Targets)
51-74-11-300-001 Repair of Corroded Areas
53-59-00-210-001 Operational Check of Single Drain Pipe Aft of FR70
from Outside
54-50-00-200-001 General Visual Inspection of the Pylon Drain System
72-00-00-600-008 Preservation Renewal Requirements.



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72-00-00-600-025 Preservation for a Period of up to 90 Days

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 10-12-00-941-055

A. Get Access

(1) Put an ACCESS PLATFORM 15M (49 FT) - ADJUSTABLE in position near the
aircraft.

4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 10-12-00-210-073

A. Visual Inspection

(1) Do a visual inspection of the aircraft for impacts by foreign


objects, bird nests, fluid leakages, (hydraulic fluid, fuel), missing
parts, obstruction and corrosion of:

(a) the upper and the lower surface of the wing

(b) the nacelles and the pylons

(c) the external surfaces of the fuselage

(d) the flight control surfaces

(e) the leading and the trailing edge of the horizontal and vertical
stabilizers

(f) the external skin of:


- the passenger/crew doors
- the cargo doors
- the frame around the doors

(g) the external handle of the passenger/crew doors

(h) the drains:

1
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_ On the pylons (Ref. TASK 54-50-00-200-001)

3
_ In all other locations.

(i) the toilet areas

(j) all steel parts for corrosion.

(2) If you find corrosion, remove it (Ref. TASK 51-74-11-300-001).

Subtask 10-12-00-615-056

B. Cleaning of the Aircraft

(1) Remove all the STORAGE PRESERVATION (Material No. 15-002) and
adhesive tapes.

R (2) We recommend to clean the aircraft externally (Ref. TASK 12-21-11-


R 615-002).

Subtask 10-12-00-650-055

C. Aircraft Configuration

(1) Energize the aircraft electrical circuits from the external power
(Ref. TASK 24-41-00-861-002).

(2) On the overhead panel 25 VU, on the CABIN PRESS section:


- release the DITCHING pushbutton switch to open the avionics
ventilation skin valves and the outflow valves.

NOTE : Make sure that the avionics ventilation continues to operate


____
correctly.

(3) Pressurize the aircraft hydraulic systems (Ref. TASK 29-23-00-863-


001), (Ref. TASK 29-24-00-863-001), (Ref. TASK 29-10-00-863-003).

Subtask 10-12-00-710-070

D. Do these Tests:

(1) Do a test of the crossfeed valves (Ref. TASK 28-23-00-720-001).

(2) Do a test the engine LP-fuel shut-off valve (Ref. TASK 28-24-00-710-
002).

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R (4) Do a test of the aileron and its hydraulic system (Ref. TASK 27-14-
R 00-710-001).

R (5) Do a test of the elevator and its hydraulic system (Ref. TASK 27-34-
R 00-710-001).

R (6) Do a test of the rudder hydraulic actuation (Ref. TASK 27-24-00-710-


R 001).

R (7) Do a test of the flap system (Ref. TASK 27-54-00-710-001).

R (8) Do a test of the spoiler hydraulic system (Ref. TASK 27-64-00-710-


R 001).

R (9) Do a test of the slat system (Ref. TASK 27-84-00-710-001).

R (10) Do a test of the landing gear doors (Ref. TASK 32-31-00-710-002).

R Subtask 10-12-00-210-074

R E. Inspection of the Landing Gear

R (1) Do a general visual inspection:


R - of the NLG (Ref. TASK 05-27-10-200-001)
R - of the MLG (Ref. TASK 05-27-30-200-001)

R (2) Remove the mooring tool from the NLG.

R (3) Lift and turn the wheels by hand to make sure that there is no defect
R on the bearings:
R - for NLG (Ref. TASK 07-12-00-582-001)
R - for MLG (Ref. TASK 07-12-00-582-002)

R (4) Put the aircraft on its wheels.

R (5) Put the aircraft in mooring condition (Ref. TASK 10-20-00-556-001).

R (6) Do a Check of each wheel-half for corrosion. If you find corrosion,


R clean with CLEANING AGENTS (Material No. 11-002).

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Subtask 10-12-00-620-093

F. Protection

(1) Apply SPECIAL MATERIALS (Material No. 05-027) in all the holes,
specially in the area which can have condensation. On the wings,
apply SPECIAL MATERIALS (Material No. 05-005).

(2) Apply COMMON GREASE (Material No. 04-011) on :


- the sliding tube of the shock absorber
- the actuator rods
- the uplock mechanism.

Subtask 10-12-00-210-075

G. Inspection of the Hydraulic System

(1) Do a check of the reservoir fluid level (Ref. TASK 29-10-00-200-001).

(2) Do a check for corrosion on hydraulic pipes and unions on the landing
gear wells, the wings and the stabilizers.

Subtask 10-12-00-210-076

H. Inspection of the Flight Controls

(1) Check of the condition of the flight control cables in


non-pressurized area and avionics compartment.

(2) Do a check of all the flap tracks for corrosion.

(3) Do a check of the slat tracks for corrosion.

Subtask 10-12-00-210-077

J. Inspection of the Fuel System

(1) Do a check of the fuel level in the tanks:

(a) if necessary refuel the tank(s):


R - to 30 % minimum if no contamination occurred.
R - to 90 % minimum if contamination occurred.

NOTE : We recommend that you do not mix fuel treated with


____
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R **ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,
R 401-499,

Subtask 10-12-00-210-078

K. Inspection of the Engines

(1) If you did a preservation for a period of up to 90 days (Ref. TASK


72-00-00-600-025) when you did the protection of the engine:

R (a) You must refer to the engine preservation renewal procedure


R (Ref. TASK 72-00-00-600-008).

(b) Do a check of the IDG for external corrosion (Ref. TASK 24-21-00-
550-002).

**ON A/C ALL

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 10-12-00-942-060

A. Put the aircraft back to its initial configuration.

(1) On the overhead panel 25 VU, on the CABIN PRESS section :


- release the DITCHING pushbutton switch to close the avionics
ventilation skin valves and the outflow valve.

(2) Depressurize the aircraft hydraulic systems (Ref. TASK 29-23-00-864-


001), (Ref. TASK 29-24-00-864-001), (Ref. TASK 29-10-00-864-003).

(3) De-energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-862-


002).

(4) Install STORAGE PRESERVATION (Material No. 15-002) with new adhesive
tape to prevent film hardening and paint removal.

(5) Remove all the fixtures, tools, test and support equipment used
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R TASK 10-12-00-200-010

R Periodic Ground Check at 6-month Intervals

R 1. __________________
Reason for the Job

R This procedure prevents the damage of the landing gears seals.

R 2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

R A. Referenced Information

R -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
R REFERENCE DESIGNATION
R -------------------------------------------------------------------------------

R 32-31-00-720-002 Functional Test of the Normal Extension and


R Retraction of the Landing Gear

R 3. __________
Job Set-up

R Subtask 10-12-00-860-065

R A. Not Applicable

R 4. Procedure
_________

R Subtask 10-12-00-700-050

R A. Test of the Landing Gear

R (1) Do a test of extension and retraction of the landing gear (Ref. TASK
R 32-31-00-720-002)

R 5. Close-up
________

R Subtask 10-12-00-942-062

R A. Put the aircraft back to its initial configuration.

R (1) Remove all the fixtures, tools, test and support equipment used
R during this procedure.



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R **ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,
R 401-499,

TASK 10-12-00-200-011

Periodic Ground Check at 1-year Intervals

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
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No specific 1 ACCESS PLATFORM 3M (10 FT)- ADJUSTABLE

B. Referenced Information

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

24-21-00-550-002 Preservation/Storage/Return to Service of the IDG


72-00-00-600-007 Preservation for a Period of 30 to 365 Days.
72-00-00-600-008 Preservation Renewal Requirements.

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 10-12-00-941-057

A. Get Access

(1) Put an ACCESS PLATFORM 3M (10 FT)- ADJUSTABLE in position near the
aircraft.


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4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 10-12-00-210-084

A. Inspection of the Engines

(1) If you did a preservation for a period of 30 to 365 days (Ref. TASK
72-00-00-600-007) when you did the protection of the engine:

(a) You must do the engine renewal preservation (Ref. TASK 72-00-00-
600-008).

(b) Do a check of the IDG for external corrosion (Ref. TASK 24-21-00-
550-002).

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 10-12-00-942-063

A. Close Access

(1) Put the aircraft back to its initial configuration.

(2) Remove the access platform(s).


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MOORING - MAINTENANCE PRACTICES
_______________________________

TASK 10-20-00-556-001

Mooring of the Aircraft

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

CAUTION : THE LAST FEET OF ALL TAXIING AND TOWING OPERATIONS MUST BE IN A
_______
STRAIGHT LINE. THIS IS TO PREVENT FORCE ON THE TIRES AND THE MAIN
LANDING GEAR.

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

The function of mooring is to prevent damage to the aircraft on the ground


in high wind conditions and icing conditions.

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
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No specific 1 CHOCK - WHEEL

B. Referenced Information

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

05-57-00-200-001 Aircraft Stability


10-11-00-555-007 Parking Procedure in Flight-ready Condition (Parking
of not more than 15 Days)
10-11-00-555-015 Procedure for the Installation of Wheel Chocks on
Aircraft
12-34-24-869-002 Aircraft Grounding for the Maintenance Operations
32-00-00-481-001 Installation of the Safety Devices on the Landing
Gears
32-41-00-210-002 Inspection/Check of the Wheels and Tires
32-47-15-000-001 Removal of the Brake Temperature Sensor
(4GW,5GW,6GW,7GW)
32-47-15-400-001 Installation of the Brake Temperature Sensor
(4GW,5GW,6GW,7GW)



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


R 528-599,

10-20-00-991-007 Fig. 201

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

10-20-00-991-007-B Fig. 201A

**ON A/C 301-399,

10-20-00-991-007-A Fig. 201B

**ON A/C ALL

10-20-00-991-005 Fig. 202


10-20-00-991-003 Fig. 203
10-20-00-991-002-A Fig. 204

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


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

10-20-00-991-006 Fig. 205

**ON A/C ALL

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 10-20-00-941-050

A. Wind Conditions

(1) For wind speeds of less than 50 Kts:


- Mooring is not necessary if the aircraft configuration is in the
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(2) If the wind speed is between 50 and 70 Kts and stable (no gusts and
the wind direction does not change by more than +/- 30 degrees ) and
the aircraft points into the wind:
- Moor the aircraft at the NLG only.

NOTE : If it is not possible to point the aircraft into the wind, see
____
para (3).

(3) If the wind speed is between 50 and 70 Kts and not stable, with the
direction that changes more than +/- 30 degrees:
- Point the aircraft into the primary wind direction (if possible)
and moor at the NLG and the MLG.

(4) If the wind speed is between 70 Kts and the upper limits defined in:

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


R 528-599,

(Ref. Fig. 201/TASK 10-20-00-991-007)

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

(Ref. Fig. 201A/TASK 10-20-00-991-007-B)

**ON A/C 301-399,

(Ref. Fig. 201B/TASK 10-20-00-991-007-A)

**ON A/C ALL

- Make sure that the aircraft variant mass is sufficient for the
necessary wind speed
- Point the aircraft into the primary wind direction (if possible)
and moor at the NLG and MLG.

NOTE : If you cannot obtain the necessary aircraft variant mass, you
____
must move the aircraft into a hangar.

(5) If the wind speed is more than the maximum limits given in:

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


R 528-599,

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Mooring Wind Speed Limits
Figure 201/TASK 10-20-00-991-007


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R Mooring Wind Speed Limits
R Figure 201A/TASK 10-20-00-991-007-B


R

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R Figure 201B/TASK 10-20-00-991-007-A


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

(Ref. Fig. 201A/TASK 10-20-00-991-007-B)

**ON A/C 301-399,

(Ref. Fig. 201B/TASK 10-20-00-991-007-A)

**ON A/C ALL

- You must move the aircraft into a hangar.

Subtask 10-20-00-941-051

B. Icing Conditions

(1) For a temperature of less than -5 deg.C (+23.00 deg.F):


- Move the aircraft into a hangar.

(2) For a temperature of more than -5 deg.C (+23.00 deg.F):


- If there is ice or if ice is possible, Airbus recommends that you
put salt around and below the tires.
- If there is thick ice or compacted snow, remove the ice or snow, or
move the aircraft into a hangar.

Subtask 10-20-00-860-050

C. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) Put the aircraft in position on a flat surface with the mooring
points.
Make sure that the wheels of the nose landing gear are on the
aircraft axis and that the aircraft points into the wind.
Make sure that the ground rings are in the ground-ring position area.
(Ref. Fig. 202/TASK 10-20-00-991-005, 203/TASK 10-20-00-991-003)

(2) In relation to the wind speed, make sure that the aircraft is stable.
Refer to the aircraft stability procedure (Ref. TASK 05-57-00-200-
001).

(3) Make sure that the landing-gear safety devices are in position
(Ref. TASK 32-00-00-481-001).

(4) Electrically ground the aircraft (Ref. TASK 12-34-24-869-002).



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Figure 202/TASK 10-20-00-991-005



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Figure 203/TASK 10-20-00-991-003



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(5) Put the CHOCK - WHEEL in position (Ref. TASK 10-11-00-555-015).

(6) Make sure that the flaps, the slats, the spoilers, the speed brakes
and the thrust reversers are retracted.

(7) Make sure that the THS is set to neutral.

(8) Make sure that the sliding windows of the cockpit are closed.

(9) Make sure that the passenger/crew doors and the cargo compartment
doors are closed.

(10) Put the aircraft in the parking configuration (Ref. TASK 10-11-00-
555-007) in relation to weather conditions.

(11) Make sure the aircraft variant weight is commensurate with the wind
speed expected

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


R 528-599,

(Ref. Fig. 201/TASK 10-20-00-991-007)

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

(Ref. Fig. 201A/TASK 10-20-00-991-007-B)

**ON A/C 301-399,

(Ref. Fig. 201B/TASK 10-20-00-991-007-A)

**ON A/C ALL

(12) Remove the brake temperature sensors and cables (Ref. TASK 32-47-15-
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4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 10-20-00-481-050-A

A. Mooring of the Nose Landing Gear

(1) With the mooring items that follow:


(Ref. Fig. 204/TASK 10-20-00-991-002-A)



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R Nose Landing Gear - Installation of the Mooring Items
R Figure 204/TASK 10-20-00-991-002-A13 (SHEET 1)



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R Nose Landing Gear - Installation of the Mooring Items
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R Nose Landing Gear - Installation of the Mooring Items
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R | DESCRIPTION | ITEM | QUANTITY | LENGTH | MIN ULTIMATE |
R | | | | | FAILURE LOAD |
R -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
R | Textile Roundsling| 1 | 2 | 2000 mm | 12945 daN |
R | | | | 78.74 in | 29101 lbf |
R ------------------------------|-------------|----------------|-----------------
R | Joker | 2 | 2 | / | 24271 daN |
R | | | | | 54563 lbf |
R ------------------------------|-------------|----------------|-----------------
R | Polyester Lashing | | | | |
R | Strap with Ratchet| | | | |
R | Mechanism (with | 4 & 7 | 4 | as necessary | 9807 daN |
R | the ratchet | | | | 22047 lbf |
R | mechanism in the | | | | |
R | center of the | | | | |
R | lash) | | | | |
R ------------------------------|-------------|----------------|-----------------
R | Steel Bow Shackle | 5 | 4 | / | 7845 daN |
R | | | | | 17636 lbf |
R -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
R | Master Link | 3 | 2 | / | 24271 daN |
R | | | | | 54563 lbf |
R -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
R | Ground Ring (set | 6 | 4 | / | 15691 daN |
R | into ground) | | | | 35275 lbf |
R -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
R | NOTE : The manufacturer of the mooring equipment (shown in the table above) |
R | can possibly also supply a Minimum Ultimate Failure Load or a Safe |
R | Working Load with a Safety Factor for the equipment. |
R | The Minimum Ultimate Failure Load is the load at which equipment |
R | failure will occur. The Safe Working Load is lower than the Minimum |
R | Ultimate Failure Load. To calculate the Safe Working Load, you must |
R | use a special safety factor applicable for the initial function of |
R | the equipment. |
R | If a Safe Working Load is shown on the equipment, you can multiply |
R | this load by the Safety Factor given by the manufacturer to get the |
R | Minimum Ultimate Failure Load of the equipment. |
R | You must then make sure that the calculated Minimum Ultimate Failure |
R | Load is equal to or more than the value given in the table above for |
R | the related equipment. |
R | |
R | Here is an example: |
R | A textile roundsling has a Safe Working Load of 5000 daN. |
R | A Safety Factor of 7 is given by the manufacturer. |
R | Minimum Ultimate Failure Load = 5000 daN x 7 |
R | = 35000 daN |



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R | The minimum permitted failure load of the textile roundsling for |
R | this configuration (as shown in the above table) is 12945 daN. The |
R | equipment is thus serviceable. |
R -------------------------------------------------------------------------------

R NOTE : Roundslings are continuous loops. The Roundsling Minimum


____
R Failure Load relates to the Roundsling load as a single loop.

R NOTE : It is not necessary to


____ use the bow shackle in the system. If
R you do not use the bow shackle, use the ratchet mechanism to
R attach the two ends of the lashing strap together. But we
R recommend that you use the bow shackle to make installation
R easier.

R (a) Wind two roundslings (1) around the NLG sliding tube and below
R the axles.

R (b) Pull each roundsling (1) to a point that is in line with the
R centerline of the sliding tube (make sure that each section of
R roundslings is of equal length). Then attach them to the
R roundsling joker hook (2).

R (c) Attach the joker (2) to the master link (3).

R (d) Get one lash with the integral ratchet mechanism assembly (4) and
R put one of its ends through the ground ring (6).

R (e) Put the other end of the lash (4) through the master link (3).
R Move the two loose ends of the lash (4) to a point in the middle
R between the ground ring (6) and the master link (3).

R (f) Connect the two ends of the lash (4) together with a bow shackle
R (5).

R (g) Do steps (d) thru (f) again for each ground position.

R (h) Use the integral ratchet (7) to lightly pull each lash (4) so
R that it is not loose. Make sure that the last lateral position of
R the master link (3) is in the axis of the centerline of the
R sliding tube.

R NOTE : The function of the ratchet (7) is to make sure that the
____
R lashes (4) are not loose but not to put tension in the
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(i) Make sure that the polyester lash axes are in the ground-ring
position area.
(Ref. Fig. 202/TASK 10-20-00-991-005)

(2) Post Mooring Inspection


Because wind speed is not constant or predictable, it is necessary to
examine the landing gear for damage. This is to prevent the possible
effects of too much wind speed and thus a possible landing gear
overload. Because of this, you must do the inspections that follow
after the mooring configuration is removed (when high winds stop).

(a) Do a visual inspection of the roundsling interfaces on the


sliding tube and axle for signs of damage to the landing-gear
surface finish (chrome detachment, scratches or flaking paint).

(b) Do a check of the tires for flat spots and signs of increased
wear (Ref. TASK 32-41-00-210-002).

(c) Do an inspection of the NLG/fuselage attachments and make sure


that:
- There are no cracks.
- There is no damage to the paint and sealant.
R

Subtask 10-20-00-481-052

B. Mooring of the Main Landing Gear

(1) With the mooring items that follow:

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


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

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Figure 205/TASK 10-20-00-991-006- 13 (SHEET 1)


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R **ON A/C ALL

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| DESCRIPTION | ITEM | QUANTITY | LENGTH | MIN ULTIMATE |
| | | | | FAILURE LOAD |
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| Textile Roundsling| 1 | 4 | 2000 mm | 12945 daN |
| | | | 78.74 in | 29101 lbf |
------------------------------|-------------|----------------|-----------------
| Joker | 2 | 4 | / | 24271 daN |
| | | | | 54563 lbf |
------------------------------|-------------|----------------|-----------------
| Polyester Lashing | | | | |
| Strap with Ratchet| | | | |
| Mechanism (with | 4 & 7 | 8 | as necessary | 9807 daN |
| the ratchet | | | | 22047 lbf |
| mechanism in the | | | | |
| center of the | | | | |
| lash) | | | | |
------------------------------|-------------|----------------|-----------------
| Steel Bow Shackle | 5 | 8 | / | 7845 daN |
| | | | | 17636 lbf |
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| Master Link | 3 | 4 | / | 24271 daN |
| | | | | 54563 lbf |
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| Ground Ring (set | 6 | 8 | / | 15691 daN |
| into ground) | | | | 35275 lbf |
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| NOTE : The manufacturer of the mooring equipment (shown in the table above) |
| can possibly also supply a Minimum Ultimate Failure Load or a Safe |
| Working Load with a Safety Factor for the equipment. |
| The Minimum Ultimate Failure Load is the load at which equipment |
| failure will occur. The Safe Working Load is lower than the Minimum |
| Ultimate Failure Load. To calculate the Safe Working Load, you must |
| use a special safety factor applicable for the initial function of |
| the equipment. |
| If a Safe Working Load is shown on the equipment, you can multiply |
| this load by the Safety Factor given by the manufacturer to get the |
| Minimum Ultimate Failure Load of the equipment. |
| You must then make sure that the calculated Minimum Ultimate Failure |
| Load is equal to or more than the value given in the table above for |
| the related equipment. |
| |
| Here is an example: |
| A textile roundsling has a Safe Working Load of 5000 daN. |


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| A Safety Factor of 7 is given by the manufacturer. |
| Minimum Ultimate Failure Load = 5000 daN x 7 |
| = 35000 daN |
| The minimum permitted failure load of the textile roundsling for |
| this configuration (as shown in the above table) is 12945 daN. The |
| equipment is thus serviceable. |
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NOTE : Roundslings are continuous loops. The Roundsling Minimum


____
Failure Load relates to the Roundsling load as a single loop.

NOTE : It is not necessary to


____ use the bow shackle in the system. If
you do not use the bow shackle, use the ratchet mechanism to
attach the two ends of the lashing strap together. But we
recommend that you use the bow shackle to make installation
easier.

(a) Wind two roundslings (1) around the left MLG sliding tube and
below the axles.

(b) Pull each roundsling (1) to a point that is in line with the
centerline of the sliding tube (make sure that each section of
roundslings is of equal length). Then attach them to the
roundslings joker hooks (2).

(c) Attach the joker (2) to the master link (3).

(d) Get one lash with the integral ratchet mechanism assembly (4) and
put one of its ends through the ground ring (6).

(e) Put the other end of the lash (4) through the master link (3).
Move the two loose ends of the lash (4) to a point in the middle
between the ground ring (6) and the master link (3).

(f) Connect the two ends of the lash (4) together with a bow shackle
(5).

(g) Do steps (d) thru (f) again for each ground position.

(h) Use the integral ratchet (7) to lightly pull each lash (4) so
that it is not loose. Make sure that the last lateral position of
the master link (3) is in the axis of the centerline of the
sliding tube.

NOTE : The function of the ratchet (7) is to make sure that the
____
lashes (4) are not loose but not to put tension in the
system.


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(i) Do steps (a) thru (h) again for the right MLG.

(j) Make sure that the polyester lash axes are in the ground-ring
position area.
(Ref. Fig. 202/TASK 10-20-00-991-005)
.

(2) Post Mooring Inspection


Because wind speed is not constant or predictable, it is necessary to
examine the landing gear for damage. This is to prevent the possible
effects of too much wind speed and thus a possible landing gear
overload. Because of this, you must do the inspections that follow
after the mooring configuration is removed (when high winds stop).

(a) Do a visual inspection of the roundsling interfaces on the


sliding tube and axle for signs of damage to the landing-gear
surface finish (chrome detachment, scratches or flaking paint).

(b) Do a check of the tires for flat spots and signs of increased
wear (Ref. TASK 32-41-00-210-002).

(c) If there was possible interference between the roundslings and


MLG dressings, do a detailed visual inspection of the MLG
dressings and attachments for signs of damage/wear.

(d) Do an inspection of the brake piston housing for signs of damage


to the surface finish (wear, flaking paint).

(e) Do an inspection of the MLG/wing attachments and make sure that:


- There are no cracks.
- There is no damage to the paint and sealant.

(f) If you find damage during inspections, replace or repair the


damaged component (refer to the applicable manuals SRM, AMM, CMM)
and make sure that the adjacent area has no damage.
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5. Close-up
________

Subtask 10-20-00-942-050

A. Put the aircraft back to its initial configuration.

(1) After removal of the mooring equipment, install the brake temperature
sensors and cables (Ref. TASK 32-47-15-400-001).

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

(3) Make sure that the work area is clean and clear of tool(s) and other
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RETURN TO SERVICE - INSPECTION/CHECK
____________________________________

TASK 10-30-00-554-005

Return to Operation after Storage Period

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
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No specific 1 ACCESS PLATFORM 15M (49 FT) - ADJUSTABLE


No specific 1 WARNING NOTICE

B. Consumable Materials

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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
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R Material No. 04-004 USA MIL-PRF-23827 TYPE I


R SYNTH.ESTER BASED GREASE HIGH PRESSURE
R (Ref. 20-31-00)
R Material No. 05-005 USA MIL-C-16173 GRADE II
R CORROSION PREVENTIVE (Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 15-002 USA MIL-B-131 TYPE I
BARRIER MATERIAL WATER VAPOR PROOF (Ref. 20-31-00)

C. Referenced Information

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10-11-00-555-014 Removal of the Aircraft Protection Equipment


12-13-27-612-002 Oil Replenishment of the Flap PCU (6201CM) Gearbox
12-13-27-612-003 Oil Replenishment of the Slat PCU (6001CM) Gearbox
12-13-27-612-005 Drain and Refill Flap Actuator Assemblies with
Semi-fluid
12-13-80-600-011 Drain and Replenish Oil System
12-13-80-600-011 Drain and Replenish Oil System
12-13-80-610-001 Drain and Replenish Oil System
12-14-32-614-001 Nitrogen Filling of the Tires
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12-22-27-640-003 Lubrication of Trimmable Horizontal Stabilizer


Actuator Ball Screw Nut
12-22-27-640-004 Lubricate all Carriage Rollers on all Flap Tracks
12-22-27-640-005 Lubrication of Spoiler No.1 to 5 Servo Control
Bearings
12-22-27-640-006 Lubrication of all Slat Track Rollers, Pinion
Bearings, Pinions and Rack Teeth
12-22-27-640-007 Lubrication of the THS Mechanical Control Chains
12-22-27-640-008 Remove Flap Rotary Actuators For Regreasing
12-22-32-640-001 Lubrication of the MLG and Doors
12-22-32-640-002 Lubrication of the NLG and Doors
12-22-53-640-001 Lubrication of Trimmable Horizontal Stabilizer
Bearings and Attachment Fittings with Grease Mat. No.
04-004
R 12-22-55-640-001 Lubrication of Rudder Hinge Bearing No. 6 with Grease
R Mat. No. 04-004
12-32-28-281-001 Drain Water Content
12-32-28-281-003 Sample Fuel for Microbiological Contamination
Analysis
12-32-29-281-001 Hydraulic Fluid Sample of Green, Blue and Yellow
Systems for Analysis
20-24-11-100-001 Cleaning and Protection of the Cables
21-21-41-920-002 Scheduled Replacement of the Recirculation Filter
4012HM (4013HM)
21-26-00-710-001 Operational Check of System via MCDU
21-26-00-710-001 Operational Check of the Avionics Equipment
Ventilation (without the CFDS)
21-28-00-720-003 Functional Test of the FWD Cargo-Compartment
Ventilation-System
21-28-00-720-004 Functional Test of the AFT Cargo-Compartment
Ventilation-System
23-61-00-200-001 - Check Resistance of Tip to Retainer - Check Bonding
of Retainer to Structure
23-71-35-400-001 Installation of the Cockpit Voice Recorder (CVR) 1RK
24-21-00-550-002 Preservation/Storage/Return to Service of the IDG
24-21-00-600-040 Preservation/Storage/Return to Service of the IDG
24-38-51-400-001 Installation of the Batteries (2PB1, 2PB2)
24-41-00-861-002 Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the
External Power
24-41-00-862-002 De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits Supplied
from the External Power
25-65-35-400-001 Installation of the Emergency Locator Transmitter
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26-12-00-710-001 Operational Check of Loop/Squib


26-21-00-710-002 Operational Check of Bottle Low Pressure Indicating
Circuit
26-21-00-720-003 Check Distribution Piping for Leakage and Obstruction
26-21-41-400-004 Installation of the Cartridge of the Engine
Fire-Extinguisher Bottle
26-22-00-210-001 Inspection of the APU Fire-Extinguishing Distribution
Piping
26-22-00-710-001 Operational Test of the APU Fire-Extinguishing
Loop/Squib
26-22-00-710-003 Operational Test of the Low-Pressure Indicating
Circuit of the APU Fire-Extinguishing Bottle
26-22-41-400-001 Installation of the Fire Extinguisher Bottle (11WF)
26-23-00-200-001 Check Fire Extinguisher Lines for Leakage and
Obstruction
26-23-00-710-001 Operational Test of the Cargo-Compartment
Fire-Extinguishing System
26-23-41-400-004 Installation of the Cargo Fire-Extinguisher Bottle
(4005WX)
26-24-00-210-001 Inspection/Check of the Portable Fire Extinguishers
26-25-00-200-005 Visual Check of Fire Extinguisher Bottle Pressure
Reading
27-14-00-710-001 Operational Test of the Aileron and Hydraulic
Actuation
27-24-00-710-002 Operational Test of the Rudder Servocontrols with
Individual Hydraulic System
27-34-00-710-001 Operational Test of the Elevator and Hydraulic
Actuation
27-54-00-200-001 Detailed Visual Inspection of the Transmission
Assembly (Including Part of the Transmission in Zone
140)
27-54-00-710-001 Operational Test of the Flap System
27-54-00-710-002 Operational Test of the Flap and Slat Systems
27-64-00-710-001 Operational Test of the Spoiler Hydraulic Actuation
27-84-00-200-001 Detailed Visual Inspection of the Slat Transmission
System
R 28-11-00-280-002 Structural Fuel Tank Leaks - General Information
28-11-00-600-008 Biocidal Shock Treatment for Moderate Contamination -
With Fuel Mixed with Biobor Biocide
28-11-00-600-008 Biocidal Shock Treatment for Moderate Contamination -
With Fuel Mixed with Kathon Biocide
28-11-00-600-008 Biocidal Shock Treatment for Moderate Contamination -
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28-11-00-600-008 Biocidal Shock Treatment for Moderate Contamination -


Using Kathon Biocide With a Metered Injection Rig
28-11-00-600-009 Biocidal Shock Treatment for Heavy Contamination -
With Fuel Mixed with Biobor Biocide
28-11-00-600-009 Biocidal Shock Treatment for Heavy Contamination -
With Fuel Mixed with Kathon Biocide
28-11-00-600-009 Biocidal Shock Treatment for Heavy Contamination -
Using Biobor Biocide With a Metered Injection Rig
28-11-00-600-009 Biocidal Shock Treatment for Heavy Contamination -
Using Kathon Biocide With a Metered Injection Rig
28-23-00-720-001 Operational Test of Crossfeed Valve Using Individual
Motors: ...
28-24-00-710-002 Operational Test of the ENG 1(2) LP Fuel Valve 12QM
(13QM)
28-29-00-710-001 Operational Test of the APU Low Pressure Fuel Valve
using each individual Motor in turn
29-10-00-200-001 Check Fluid Level on Reservoir Indicators
29-10-00-710-001 Operational Check of Hydraulic Fire Shut Off Valves
and Associated Indicating System
30-11-00-710-001 Operational Test of the Wing Ice-Protection System
30-21-00-710-002 Operational Test of the Engine Air Intake Ice
Protection (with the Engines in operation)
30-45-00-440-002 Reactivation of the Rain Repellent System
30-45-52-400-002 Installation of the Wiper Arm (306DM, 307DM)
30-45-53-400-001 Installation of the Wiper Blade
31-21-00-750-002 Procedure to set the Clock
31-33-55-400-002 Installation of the Digital Flight Data Recorder
(DFDR)
32-11-00-200-001 Inspection/Check of the Main Gear
32-21-00-200-002 General Visual Inspection of the Nose Landing Gear
32-31-00-720-002 Functional Test of the Normal Extension and
Retraction of the Landing Gear
32-33-00-720-001 Functional Check of Free-Fall Extension
32-41-00-210-002 Inspection/Check of the Wheels and Tires
32-41-00-210-003 Inspection/Check of the Pressure of Tires
32-41-11-000-006 Removal of the MLG Wheel
(2649GM,2650GM,2651GM,2652GM)
32-41-11-400-006 Installation of the MLG Wheel
(2649GM,2650GM,2651GM,2652GM)
32-41-12-000-001 Removal of the NLG Wheel (2659GM,2660GM)
32-41-12-400-001 Installation of the NLG Wheel (2659GM,2660GM)
32-42-00-710-001 Operational Check of the Normal Braking System
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32-48-51-400-005 Installation of the Fan Assy (7GS,8GS,9GS,10GS)


32-51-00-720-003 Functional Test of the Nose Wheel Steering with the
Handwheel
32-51-00-720-004 Functional Test of the Nose Wheel Steering with the
Pedals
33-51-38-400-002 Installation of the Battery of the Emergency
Power-Supply Unit
34-10-00-170-001 Flushing of the Principal Total Pressure Lines
34-10-00-170-002 Flushing of the Principal Static Pressure Lines
34-10-00-170-003 Draining and Flushing of Standby Pneumatic Circuits
34-22-25-170-001 Draining and Flushing of the Standby Static and
Standby Total Pressure lines (ISIS)
R 35-10-00-200-001 Inspection of Oxygen Pressure for the Flight Crew
35-12-41-710-001 Operational Test of the Full Face/Quick Donning
Oxygen Masks (5757HM,5758HM,5759HM,5760HM)
35-30-00-210-004 Check Pressure on Portable Oxygen Cylinders Gauge
36-11-00-710-003 Operational Test of the Bleed Air System
38-13-00-710-001 Operational Test of the Quantity Indicating System
38-31-00-710-009 Operational Test of the Toilet Unit
38-32-00-710-002 Operational Test of the Waste/Water Drain System
49-11-11-400-001 Installation of the Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) -
4005KM (GTCP 36-300)
49-11-11-400-003 Installation of the Power Plant (APU) (APS 3200)
49-11-11-400-004 Installation of the Power Plant (APU) (131-9(A))
49-20-00-600-001 Preservation / Storage / De-preservation of the
Engine (GTCP 36-300)
49-20-00-600-002 Preservation/Storage/Return to Service of APU (APS
3200)
49-20-00-600-003 Preservation/Storage/Return to Service of APU
(131-9(A))
51-74-11-300-001 Repair of Corroded Areas
53-59-00-210-001 Operational Check of Single Drain Pipe Aft of FR70
from Outside
54-50-00-200-001 General Visual Inspection of the Pylon Drain System
71-00-00-000-042 Removal of the Power Plant
71-00-00-550-011 Depreservation of the Power Plant
71-00-00-710-003 Engine Automatic Start
71-00-00-710-004 Engine Manual Start
71-00-00-710-006 Minimum Idle Check
71-00-00-710-012 Test No.3 : Idle Leak Check
71-00-00-710-012 Test No.3 : Idle Leak Check
71-00-00-710-018 Discontinued Start, Restart and Shutdown Procedures
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71-00-00-710-043 Normal Engine Automatic Start Procedure


71-00-00-710-047 Normal Engine Manual Start Procedure
71-00-20-400-040 Installation of the Power Plant
72-00-00-600-027 Depreservation

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 10-30-00-941-053

A. Safety Precautions

(1) Put an ACCESS PLATFORM 15M (49 FT) - ADJUSTABLE in position near the
aircraft.

(2) Put a WARNING NOTICE in position in the cockpit to tell persons not
to operate the systems while you prepare the aircraft for operation
again.

4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 10-30-00-210-074

A. Visual Inspection

(1) Do a visual inspection of the aircraft for impacts by foreign


objects, bird nests, fluid leakages (hydraulic fluid, fuel), missing
parts, blockage and corrosion of:

(a) the upper and the lower surfaces of the wing

(b) the nacelles and the pylons

(c) the external surfaces of the fuselage

(d) the flight control surfaces

(e) the leading and the trailing edges of the horizontal and vertical
stabilizers

(f) the external skin of:


- the passenger/crew doors
- the cargo doors
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(g) the external handle of the passenger/crew doors

(h) the drains

1
_ In the lower fuselage (Ref. TASK 53-59-00-210-001)

2
_ On the pylons (Ref. TASK 54-50-00-200-001)

3
_ In all other locations.

(i) the toilet areas

(j) all steel parts for corrosion.

(2) If you find corrosion, remove it (Ref. TASK 51-74-11-300-001).

(3) Make sure that:


- the communication and navigation antennas are correctly installed
- the static dischargers are correctly installed and in correct
condition (Ref. TASK 23-61-00-200-001).

(4) Do a check of the avionics compartment.

Subtask 10-30-00-615-051

B. Cleaning of the Aircraft

(1) Remove all the STORAGE PRESERVATION (Material No. 15-002) and
adhesive tapes.

(2) We recommend that you clean the aircraft externally (Ref. TASK 12-21-
11-615-002).

Subtask 10-30-00-420-067

C. Aircraft Configuration

R (1) Install and connect the batteries 2PB1 and 2PB2 and make sure that
R the charge is correct (Ref. TASK 24-38-51-400-001).

R (2) Energize the aircraft electrical circuits


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(3) On the overhead panel 25 VU, on the CABIN PRESS section:
- release the DITCHING pushbutton switch to open the avionics
ventilation skin valves and the outflow valve.

NOTE : Make sure that the avionics ventilation continues to operate


____
correctly.

Subtask 10-30-00-554-053

D. Removal of the Protection

(1) Remove all the protective equipment from the engines, the APU and the
probes (Ref. TASK 10-11-00-555-014).

(2) Remove the protection from the cockpit, the passenger seats and the
carpets.

Subtask 10-30-00-710-118

E. Inspection of the Doors

(1) Make sure that the doors open and close correctly.

R **ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 155-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


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

Subtask 10-30-00-420-068

F. Installation of the Equipment Removed

(1) Install the Digital Flight Data Recorder (Ref. TASK 31-33-55-400-
002).

(2) Install the Cockpit Voice Recorder (Ref. TASK 23-71-35-400-001).

(3) Install the debris guard, the impeller and the shroud of the brake
fans (Ref. TASK 32-48-51-400-005).

(4) Install the fire-extinguisher bottles and cartridges if removed of:


- the cargo compartment (Ref. TASK 26-23-41-400-004)
- the engines (Ref. TASK 26-21-41-400-004)
- the APU (Ref. TASK 26-22-41-400-001).



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(5) Install the batteries of:
- the EPSU if removed (Ref. TASK 33-51-38-400-002)
- the flashlights if removed and make sure that they operate
correctly
- the megaphones if removed and make sure that they operate
correctly.

(6) Install the emergency locator beacon.

(7) Install the wiper blades (Ref. TASK 30-45-53-400-001) and the wiper
arms (Ref. TASK 30-45-52-400-002), if removed.

(8) Do the reactivation of the rain repellent system (Ref. TASK 30-45-00-
440-002).

**ON A/C 151-154,

Subtask 10-30-00-420-068-A

F. Installation of the Equipment Removed

(1) Install the Digital Flight Data Recorder (Ref. TASK 31-33-55-400-
002).

(2) Install the Cockpit Voice Recorder (Ref. TASK 23-71-35-400-001).

(3) Install the debris guard, the impeller and the shroud of the brake
fans (Ref. TASK 32-48-51-400-005).

(4) Install the fire-extinguisher bottles and cartridges if removed of:


- the cargo compartment (Ref. TASK 26-23-41-400-004)
- the engines (Ref. TASK 26-21-41-400-004)
- the APU (Ref. TASK 26-22-41-400-001).

(5) Install the batteries of:


- the EPSU if removed (Ref. TASK 33-51-38-400-002)
- the flashlights if removed and make sure that they operate
correctly
- the megaphones if removed and make sure that they operate
correctly.

(6) Install the emergency locator beacon.

(7) Install the wiper blades (Ref. TASK 30-45-53-400-001) and the wiper
arms (Ref. TASK 30-45-52-400-002), if removed.

(8) Do the reactivation of the rain repellent system (Ref. TASK 30-45-00-
440-002).

(9) Install the emergency locator transmitter (Ref. TASK 25-65-35-400-


001).


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Subtask 10-30-00-170-050

G. Flushing of the Air Data System

(1) Flush the total pressure line of the Air Data Module (Ref. TASK 34-
10-00-170-001).

(2) Flush the static pressure line of the Air Data Module (Ref. TASK 34-
10-00-170-002).

(3) Drain and flush the standby static and standby total pressure lines
of the Air Data Module (Ref. TASK 34-10-00-170-003).

R **ON A/C 106-149, 213-213, 221-235, 239-249, 251-299, 301-399, 401-499,


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

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G. Flushing of the Air Data System

(1) Flush the total pressure line of the Air Data Module (Ref. TASK 34-
10-00-170-001).

(2) Flush the static pressure line of the Air Data Module (Ref. TASK 34-
10-00-170-002).

(3) Drain and flush the standby static and standby total pressure lines
of the Air Data Module (Ref. TASK 34-22-25-170-001).

**ON A/C ALL

Subtask 10-30-00-710-120

H. Inspection and Test of Fire Protection

(1) Engine fire protection

(a) Do a test of the engine fire-extinguishing system (Ref. TASK 26-


12-00-710-001).

(b) Do a check of the engine extinguishing distribution-piping


(Ref. TASK 26-21-00-720-003).



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(c) Do a check of the engine low-pressure indicating (Ref. TASK 26-
21-00-710-002).

(2) APU fire protection

(a) Do a test of the APU fire-extinguishing system (Ref. TASK 26-22-


00-710-001).

(b) Do a check of the APU extinguishing distribution-piping


(Ref. TASK 26-22-00-210-001).

(c) Do a check of the APU low-pressure indicating (Ref. TASK 26-22-


00-710-003).

(3) Cargo-Compartment fire protection

(a) Do a test of the cargo-compartment fire-extinguishing system and


low pressure indicating (Ref. TASK 26-23-00-710-001).

(b) Do a check of the cargo-compartment extinguishing


distribution-piping (Ref. TASK 26-23-00-200-001).

(4) Lavatory fire protection

R (a) Do a check of the fire extinguisher bottle pressure (Ref. TASK


R 26-25-00-200-005).

(5) Portable fire-extinguishing

(a) Do a check of all the portable fire-extinguishing bottles


(Ref. TASK 26-24-00-210-001).

Subtask 10-30-00-710-121

J. Inspection and Test of the Oxygen System

(1) Crew oxygen cylinders

(a) Open very slowly the crew oxygen cylinder/valves 3 to 4 turns and
do a check of the crew oxygen pressure (Ref. TASK 35-10-00-200-
001).

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(2) Portable oxygen cylinders

(a) Do a check of the pressure of all portable oxygen cylinders


(Ref. TASK 35-30-00-210-004).

Subtask 10-30-00-710-132

R K. Inspection and Test of the Water/Waste Systems

(1) Do a test of the potable-water distribution system (Ref. TASK 38-13-


00-710-001).

(2) Do a test of the waste/water drain system (Ref. TASK 38-32-00-710-


002).

(3) Do a test of the toilet system (Ref. TASK 38-31-00-710-009).

Subtask 10-30-00-710-122

R L. Protection of the fuel system

R (1) Do a fuel sampling for microbiological contamination (Ref. TASK 12-


32-28-281-003).

(2) If you find contamination, do a shock treatment:


R - if premixed fuel with biocide is available (Ref. TASK 28-11-00-600-
R 008), (Ref. TASK 28-11-00-600-009), (Ref. TASK 28-11-00-600-008) or
R (Ref. TASK 28-11-00-600-009).
R - if premixed fuel with biocide is not available (Ref. TASK 28-11-00-
R 600-008), (Ref. TASK 28-11-00-600-009), (Ref. TASK 28-11-00-600-
R 008) or (Ref. TASK 28-11-00-600-009).

(3) Drain water from all the fuel tanks (Ref. TASK 12-32-28-281-001).

NOTE : Do the water drain procedure one hour after refueling is


____
completed.

(4) Do a check of all the fuel tanks for leakage (Ref. TASK 28-11-00-280-
002).

(5) Do a test of the engine LP fuel shut-off valve (Ref. TASK 28-24-00-
710-002).

(6) Do a test of the APU shut-off valve (Ref. TASK 28-29-00-710-001).

(7) Do a test of the crossfeed valves (Ref. TASK 28-23-00-720-001).



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Subtask 10-30-00-710-123

R M. Inspection and Test of the Hydraulic System

(1) Do an analysis of the hydraulic fluid (Ref. TASK 12-32-29-281-001).

(2) Do a check of the fluid level in the hydraulic reservoirs (Ref. TASK
29-10-00-200-001).

(3) Do a test of the hydraulic shut-off valves (Ref. TASK 29-10-00-710-


001).

Subtask 10-30-00-710-124

R N. Inspection and Test of the Landing Gears

(1) Do a general visual inspection of the nose landing gear (Ref. TASK
32-21-00-200-002).

(2) Do an inspection of the main landing gear (Ref. TASK 32-11-00-200-


001).

(3) Lubricate all the landing gears:


- lubrication of the NLG (Ref. TASK 12-22-32-640-002)
- lubrication of the MLG (Ref. TASK 12-22-32-640-001).

(4) Do a test of:


- the extension and retraction of the landing gear (Ref. TASK 32-31-
00-720-002)
- the free-fall extension (Ref. TASK 32-33-00-720-001).

(5) Do a test of:


- the nose wheel steering with the handwheel (Ref. TASK 32-51-00-720-
003)
- the nose wheel steering with the rudder pedals (Ref. TASK 32-51-00-
720-004).

Subtask 10-30-00-710-125

R P. Inspection and Operational Test of the Wheels and the Brakes

(1) If the aircraft was in storage with used tires:

(a) Install new tires on the nose landing gear (Ref. TASK 32-41-12-
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(b) Install new tires on the main landing gear (Ref. TASK 32-41-11-
400-006).

(c) Do a check of the tire pressure (Ref. TASK 32-41-00-210-003).

(d) If necessary, inflate the tires (Ref. TASK 12-14-32-614-001).

(2) If the aircraft was in storage with new tires:

(a) Remove all the wheels and send them to the overhaul shop for
inspection of the bearings:
- for the nose landing gear (Ref. TASK 32-41-12-000-001)
- for the main landing gear (Ref. TASK 32-41-11-000-006).

(b) Put the tires back to the nominal pressure (Ref. TASK 12-14-32-
614-001).

(c) Make sure that there are no cracks in the tires (Ref. TASK 32-41-
00-210-002).

(3) Do a test of:


- the normal braking system (Ref. TASK 32-42-00-710-001)
- the alternate braking system (Ref. TASK 32-43-00-710-001).
R

Subtask 10-30-00-710-126-B

Q. Inspection and Test of the APU

R (1) Install the APU, if removed:


R - for the GTCP 36-300 APU: (Ref. TASK 49-11-11-400-001)
R - for the APS 32000 APU: (Ref. TASK 49-11-11-400-003)
R - for the 131-9(A) APU: (Ref. TASK 49-11-11-400-004)

R (2) Do the APU depreservation:


R - for the GTCP 36-300 APU: (Ref. TASK 49-20-00-600-001)
R - for the APS 32000 APU: (Ref. TASK 49-20-00-600-002)
R - for the 131-9(A) APU: (Ref. TASK 49-20-00-600-003)
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Subtask 10-30-00-710-119

R. Inspection and Test of the Ventilation System

(1) Discard the recirculation filters (Ref. TASK 21-21-41-920-002).

(2) Do a test of the ventilation system of the avionics compartment


(Ref. TASK 21-26-00-710-001) or (Ref. TASK 21-26-00-710-001).

(3) If the aft cargo-compartment ventilation system is installed, do a


test of the aft cargo-compartment ventilation system (Ref. TASK 21-
28-00-720-004).

(4) If the FWD cargo-compartment ventilation system is installed, do a


test of the FWD cargo-compartment ventilation system (Ref. TASK 21-
28-00-720-003).

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


R 401-499,

Subtask 10-30-00-710-127

S. Inspection and Test of the Engine

(1) Install the engine if removed (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-000-042).

(2) Do the engine depreservation if it is not removed (Ref. TASK 72-00-


00-600-027).

(3) Do the depreservation of the IDG (Ref. TASK 24-21-00-550-002).

(4) Change the oil of the pneumatic starter (Ref. TASK 12-13-80-610-001).

(5) Start the engines, make them turn for one minute (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-
710-003) or (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-004).

(6) Do an engine run-up for the two engines (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-006).

(7) Stop the engines (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-028).

(8) After shutdown, do a check of the engines for oil, hydraulic and fuel
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R **ON A/C 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

Subtask 10-30-00-710-127-A

S. Inspection and Test of the Engine

(1) Install the engine if removed (Ref. TASK 71-00-20-400-040).

(2) Do the engine depreservation if it is not removed (Ref. TASK 71-00-


00-550-011).

(3) Do the depreservation of the IDG (Ref. TASK 24-21-00-600-040)

(4) Change the oil of the pneumatic starter (Ref. TASK 12-13-80-600-011)
or (Ref. TASK 12-13-80-600-011).

(5) Start the engines, make them turn for one minute (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-
710-043) or (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-047).

(6) Do an engine run-up for the two engines (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-012)
or (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-012).

(7) Stop the engines (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-018).

(8) After shutdown, do a check of the engines for oil, hydraulic and fuel
leakage.

**ON A/C ALL

Subtask 10-30-00-710-133

T. Test of the Bleed System

(1) Do a test of the bleed system (Ref. TASK 36-11-00-710-003).



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R **ON A/C 001-049, 051-061, 101-105, 201-203,

Subtask 10-30-00-710-128

U. Protection of the Flight Controls

(1) Do the lubrication of:


- the mechanical control chains of the THS (Ref. TASK 12-22-27-640-
007)
- the THS-actuator ball-screw nut (Ref. TASK 12-22-27-640-003)
- the rudder bearings No. 6 (Ref. TASK 12-22-55-640-001)
- the trimmable-horizontal-stabilizer bearings and attachment
fittings (Ref. TASK 12-22-53-640-001)
- the roller bearings of the flap tracks (Ref. TASK 12-22-27-640-004)
- the roller and the pinion bearings of the slat tracks (Ref. TASK
12-22-27-640-006)
- all the spoiler servo-control bearings (Ref. TASK 12-22-27-640-
005).

(2) Cleaning and protection of the flight control cables

(a) If the aircraft storage period is less than 6 months, it is not


necessary to do a check of the rudder and THS cables.

(b) If the aircraft storage period is more than 6 months, do a check


of the rudder and THS cables in these areas:
- between FR71 and the THS actuator and the rear rudder
mechanical control
- in the avionics compartment and the FWD and AFT cargo
compartments.

1
_ If there is corrosion on the cables or if there is no
protection with SPECIAL MATERIALS (Material No. 05-005) or
COMMON GREASE (Material No. 04-004), clean and put protection
along the full length of the cables (Ref. TASK 20-24-11-100-
001).

(3) Do a detailed inspection of the flap transmission assembly (Ref. TASK


27-54-00-200-001).

(4) Do a detailed inspection of the slat transmission system (Ref. TASK


27-84-00-200-001).

(5) Apply grease to the flap rotary actuators (Ref. TASK 12-22-27-640-
008).


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(6) Do a check of the fluid level of the flap power-control-unit. If
necessary, fill the PCU with oil (Ref. TASK 12-13-27-612-002).

(7) Do a check of the fluid level of the slat power-control-unit. If


necessary, fill the PCU with oil (Ref. TASK 12-13-27-612-003).

(8) Do a test of the spoiler hydraulic control (Ref. TASK 27-64-00-710-


001).

(9) Do a test of the aileron and its hydraulic control (Ref. TASK 27-14-
00-710-001).

(10) Do a test of the elevator and its hydraulic control (Ref. TASK 27-34-
00-710-001).

(11) Do a test of the rudder hydraulic actuation (Ref. TASK 27-24-00-710-


002).

(12) Do a test of the flap and slat system (Ref. TASK 27-54-00-710-002).
Operate the flap system a minimum of ten times.

R **ON A/C 062-099, 106-149, 151-199, 204-249, 251-299, 301-399, 401-499,


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

Subtask 10-30-00-710-128-A

U. Protection of the Flight Controls

(1) Do the lubrication of:


- the mechanical control chains of the THS (Ref. TASK 12-22-27-640-
007)
- the THS-actuator ball-screw nut (Ref. TASK 12-22-27-640-003)
- the rudder bearings No. 6 (Ref. TASK 12-22-55-640-001)
- the trimmable-horizontal-stabilizer bearings and attachment
fittings (Ref. TASK 12-22-53-640-001)
- the roller bearings of the flap tracks (Ref. TASK 12-22-27-640-004)
- the roller and the pinion bearings of the slat tracks (Ref. TASK
12-22-27-640-006)
- all the spoiler servo-control bearings (Ref. TASK 12-22-27-640-
005).

(2) Cleaning and protection of the flight control cables

(a) If the aircraft storage period is less than 6 months, it is not


necessary to do a check of the rudder and THS cables.


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(b) If the aircraft storage period is more than 6 months, do a check
of the rudder and THS cables in these areas:
- between FR71 and the THS actuator and the rear rudder
mechanical control
- in the avionics compartment and the FWD and AFT cargo
compartments.

1
_ If there is corrosion on the cables or if there is no
protection with SPECIAL MATERIALS (Material No. 05-005) or
COMMON GREASE (Material No. 04-004), clean and put protection
along the full length of the cables (Ref. TASK 20-24-11-100-
001).

(3) Do a detailed inspection of the flap transmission assembly (Ref. TASK


27-54-00-200-001).

(4) Do a detailed inspection of the slat transmission system (Ref. TASK


27-84-00-200-001).

(5) Drain and fill the flap rotary actuators (Ref. TASK 12-13-27-612-
005).

(6) Do a check of the fluid level of the flap power-control-unit. If


necessary, fill the PCU with oil (Ref. TASK 12-13-27-612-002).

(7) Do a check of the fluid level of the slat power-control-unit. If


necessary, fill the PCU with oil (Ref. TASK 12-13-27-612-003).

(8) Do a test of the spoiler hydraulic control (Ref. TASK 27-64-00-710-


001).

(9) Do a test of the aileron and its hydraulic control (Ref. TASK 27-14-
00-710-001).

(10) Do a test of the elevator and its hydraulic control (Ref. TASK 27-34-
00-710-001).

(11) Do a test of the rudder hydraulic actuation (Ref. TASK 27-24-00-710-


002).

(12) Do a test of the flap and slat system (Ref. TASK 27-54-00-710-001).
Operate the flap system a minimum of ten times.


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**ON A/C ALL

Subtask 10-30-00-710-129

V. Tests of the Ice Protection Systems

(1) Do a test of the wing ice-protection system (Ref. TASK 30-11-00-710-


001).

(2) Do a test of the ice protection system of the air intakes (Ref. TASK
30-21-00-710-002).

Subtask 10-30-00-750-050

W. Set of the Clock

(1) Set the clock (Ref. TASK 31-21-00-750-002).

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 10-30-00-860-050

A. Put the aircraft back to its initial configuration.

(1) De-energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-862-


002).

(2) Remove the warning notice(s).

Subtask 10-30-00-410-057

B. Close Access

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

(2) Remove all the fixtures, tools, test and support equipment used
during this procedure.



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