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Thank you for interesting in our services. We are a non-profit group that run this website to share documents. We need your help to maintenance this website. Please help us to share our service with your friends. CXN01 corresponds to the first customer version. Stands for Standard, it corresponds to a production standard for a given range of aircraft technical definition e. CXN02corresponds to first aircraft within the second customer version.

General The TSM contains the following main parts: The a3220 and content of these is as follows: Front Matter The front matter contains information on the revision status, management of pages and updating records for the TSM.

The layout is as follows: It is divided into the following four sections: These sections are also sub-divided into various types of warnings or malfunctions in order to correspond with the divisions of the Fault Symptom pages P. BlockRef. The index pages are divided into three columns.

The first column contains warnings and malfunctions. The warnings and malfunctions are sorted alphanumerically to facilitate location in each of the sections and sub-divisions. tam

Each page of the index is divided into five tssm. The first four columns contain the fault message, ATA reference, source and class. The fault messages are sorted alphanumerically on the message text to x320 location in the index.

Introduction The introduction provides the following information: Standard Chapters 1 General Each of the standard chapters contains the following information: Record of Temporary Revisions. Blockand – the titles of the tasks of P. The Fault Symptom pages are located at chapter level and are divided into following five separate sections: The Fault Symptom pages in each section are divided into the following three main columns: The contents of these is as follows: The fault symptoms are sorted alphanumerically to facilitate location within the priority classifications.

Block contain the information required to isolate and correct each fault symptom Ref. They are similar in structure to the Aircraft Maintenance Manual AMM maintenance procedures and are considered as maintenance tasks. The breakdown of each procedure is as follows: Possible Causes – 2.

Job Set-up Information – 3. Fault Confirmation – 4. Fault Isolation – 5. Tzm form of trouble shooting q320 not recommended. The list does not give txm of wiring to be checked. This is detailed in the procedure and only mentioned in the list eg: This is to avoid unjustified LRU removals.

Confirmation tests of spurious warnings will also be covered, if applicable. Before you get access for a wiring check, make sure that you obey the applicable warning s: Specific instructions for the wiring check are given where necessary. These include values eg. Block Task Supporting Data are given to show the system layout and interconnections with other systems. Each tsmm is sub-divided into sections which are identified by a six digit number made up of three elements: Effectivity Statements 1 Page effectivity block The statement of aa320 in the effectivity block at the bottom left of each page corresponds to the sum of the effectivities included on the page.


Microfilm cartridges are also available.

These gsm managed as follows: These are managed at chapter level by: The LEP lists all pages valid for the chapter and their issue dates. The microfilm cassettes are filmed with the appropriate pages for the revision inserted. They must be incorporated as stated on the TR transmittal sheet.

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However, only the temporary revisions deleted by the highlights of a normal revision must be removed. It is requested that this form be used for any questions concerning the TSM. The Task numbers are printed in the TSM and the subtask numbers are omitted as an option, the subtask a302 can be printed.

A brief description of the structure of Task numbers follows, for further information please refer to the AMM introduction.

For the TSM this is always Task idents begin at and raise, in sequence, to maximum within the P. Illustrations and tables are considered as tasks. The deletion of one configuration does not change the three digit alphanumeric indicator of the remaining task s.

When a trouble shooting operation is completely different according to equipment design example: Calls attention to methods which make the job easier or provide supplementary or explanatory information. To provide the unique For electrical equipment any component with an electrical connection the FIN is of the form 2CA1 where: The general rule is that an even suffix identifies a component on the right hand side and an odd suffix identifies a component on the left hand side. Aa320 most of the cases, computers may be recovered after an abnormal behaviour or a detected fault, either by a software reset reset of microprocessor or by interrupting the power supply of its processing a20 for a short time.

This is achieved with the normal cockpit controls engagement levers, pushbutton switches by selecting the related a302 off then on a3320 by action on the corresponding circuit breaker. This trouble shooting guide a3200 faults monitored and aircraft systems. Faults not monitored by the are also covered.

This is essentially achieved by analysis of all cockpit events which are triggered by the monitoring of tsk aircraft systems. Refer to paragraph 4 for a description of the CFDS and how to use it. The CFDS also takes into account a major objective of the line maintenance which is to avoid unjustified removals of equipment.

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For these reasons the CFDS makes a detailed analysis to identify the responsible LRUs; this is also to confirm that a3320 event was actually due to a hardware failure and not an intermittent fault. To achieve its purpose, the CFDS has several major functions which supply: There are two general divisions of monitored and non-monitored faults. Non-monitored faults are not displayed by the aircraft systems and can be of a general nature, such as: Within each of these general divisions faults are divided according to the type of system and display: From these pages the troubleshooter is directed to the procedure in P.


Block to isolate the fault. CFDS fault messages are not normally reported by the flight crew and are used by maintenance crews.

They can be displayed alone without an associated warning or malfunction, in which case they may be the entry point for maintenance ts, trouble shooting. Examples of trouble shooting these a3220 are given in the following trouble shooting examples.

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Block page number, confirm the task number at the top left and do the fault isolation procedure. Alternatively, if the user knows which system has generated the fault this step can be skipped and the trouble shooting started at the x320 text. The indexes allow entry using the text of a warning, malfunction or CFDS fault message and are sorted alphanumerically to a230 this.

In some cases it is possible for the trouble shooting to be covered in a chapter different to that of the ATA reference given by the warning, malfunction or CFDS fault message. In such a case the indexes are useful to direct the trouble shooter to the correct chapter.

Trouble Shooting Tips Tips for using the various TSM page blocks and useful additional information are given in the following paragraphs: Block The primary fault only is given in the TSM to ttsm confusion with too many associated faults.

The list of faults in the Fault Symptoms P. Block is customized by airline. This means that one fault symptom is effective for at least one aircraft in the fleet. Block a Possible Causes This lists all the suspect items in the fault isolation procedure to allow assembly of all items required to fix the fault. Faults are sometimes generated by electrical transients or similar events without the aircraft system being faulty.

The aircraft may be dispatched. PFR, test result, trouble shooting data if available. This is due to differing replacement policies of airlines on such units reinstall, or send to the workshop.

If such a situation occurs airline internal replacement policy shall be applied. This AMM test is to make sure that the replacement unit is installed correctly. It does not always confirm the correction of the fault symptom.