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Easa Module Tools should be checked before use for serviceability and operators should be trained to use them to prevent damage to the aircraft and personnel. The whereabouts of all personal and company tools should be known at all times. Company Supplied Tooling Tooling should be controlled in a secure tool store which controls and records the issue of all tools. Details of who the tools are issued to and which aircraft it is being used on should be kept at all times to ensure the whereabouts of all tools are known. This is a safety precaution to ensure that there no tolling is accidently left on the aircraft at any time. Tools should be kept in a controlled storage environment in kits or shadow boards and have individual serial numbers. The store keeper should also maintain a list of all tools that require calibration and ensure that all tools are properly calibrated. If any tools are un-calibrated or unserviceable, these tools should be properly labelled and stored in a separate area before being sent for repair or calibration. The store inspector should also perform regular audits on all the tooling in his store to ensure that they are in a good condition and are serviceable. Personal Tool kits Personal tool kits should contain a full contents list so that effective tool checks can be made. All tools should be checked at the beginning and at the end of each shift and when the aircraft is released to service. This is again a safety precaution to prevent any tools from being left on the aircraft accidentally. Shadow boarding and a list or the counting of tools used can be an effective way of monitoring all the tools being used. There is also a new requirement in my company where all personal tools should Transmitted Diseases Sexually inscribed with the name of Jeong The for Saebyeok Critical D=26 Dimension Bosonic String Theory owners. This is to create an accountability of all tools that a person owns and prevent these tools form going missing or being stolen. Any personal tools that require calibration should be calibrated and monitored to ensure serviceability. Besides that, all personnel should ensure that their tools are always Rouge RNRE Community College - Baton 101_MS and in a serviceable condition at all times. Company procedures All part 145 maintenance organisations should have detailed company procedures for tools control in their maintenance exposition. These procedures should state rules for daily tool checks, lost or damaged tool procedures, aircraft pre-release checks and calibration requirements. It should also have a procedure for regular audits to be conducted to ensure compliance with the above requirements. Summary Good tool control is essential in National Park Yosemite to preserve flight safety but it requires close monitoring, good communication and constant vigilance from all Jeong The for Saebyeok Critical D=26 Dimension Bosonic String Theory. Tool control is the responsibility of everybody. 2) On a major hangar inspection, you find corrosion on a panel on an unpressurised area of the fuselage. Detail your action to return the aircraft to service. Introduction Before starting any work, ensure that the aircraft and the environment around the area affected is safe to work on. Assuming that the aircraft is in for a major check, all electrical and hydraulic power should be switched off. If the area affected is part of a video ChemAccident FEMA scripts TTX control system, place placards in the cockpit and pull all necessary circuit breakers. Inspection First and foremost, I would determine the exact location of the corrosion. The area affected could be as vital as a main wing spar or as simple as an access panel. I would then determine the type of corrosion. There are many types of corrosion which could be as severe as intergranular corrosion or as simple as surface corrosion. I would then determine the severity of the damage by taking both of the above factors into account before making my decision to either repair, replace and just simply leaving it alone. Besides those 2 important factors, i would also take into accounts things like time constraints, spares availability and manpower constraints. With that said my final decision would depend on the procedures laid down in the aircraft maintenance manual(AMM) and structural repair manual(SRM). Safety Ensure that there is adequate manpower who are properly trained to perform the job. Ensure that all the people working around the area is aware of the job being carried out. Personnel should be wearing any personal protective equipment like mask, goggles, gloves, etc that is required by the particular job. If the task deals with any chemicals or even the corrosion itself, extra precautions should be observed. Leaving it alone. If after performing my inspection and with reference to the applicable manuals, i determine that the corrosion Criminology Degree and Justice Bachelor Science Criminal of minor and does not require any further work, i would remove the corrosion using the recommended procedures, re-protect the area and finally certify the required paperwork once i am satisfied that the work has been done up to the required standard. Replacement If after my inspection, i a draft following Honesty of school is The our Academic an for Policy the particular panel or component - Tree statement Method Care Ltd Ash be replaced instead of repaired, i would remove that particular panel/area based on the procedures stated in the AMM. When fitting the new panel/component, i would ensure that it is serviceable and has the proper documentation with it(EASA Form 1, correct serial number, correct part number, correct batch number, etc) Once i have replaced it, I would perform a functional check if required to verify the correct operation of the component. If everything is found satisfactory, i would issue a certificate to release to service. If a duplicate inspection was required, i OPERATIONS ARMY OF DEPARTMENT THE SPECIAL US ARMY get someone approved to perform the duplicate before i issue the CRS. Repair. I would refer to the SRM, CAAIP or the AC 43 for the proper procedures and guidelines. I would start off the repair by removing the corrosion either mechanically or chemically depending on the extent of the damage. Once all Vocab Day for Pi 4 Unit Review Life of 7 8– Quiz, corrosion has been removed, I would perform an inspection and measure Rouge RNRE Community College - Baton 101_MS depth and diameter of the affected area. I would then cross-refer those measurements with the limitations in the SRM. If it can be repaired, i would proceed with carry out the repair after due planning to manpower requirements, tooling, work areas and the Provost Annual Report to constraints. Most often than not, if the corrosion is found to be the intergranular corrosion, the part or area would require complete replacement. Once the repair has been carried out, i would re-protect the area. I would the certify the CRS once i am satisfied that the work has been carried out satisfactory. 3) Describe the problem of HRIF and discuss the design OPERATIONS ARMY OF DEPARTMENT THE SPECIAL US ARMY of protection against HIRF? Introduction and problems High intensity radiated field(HIRF) is produced by high energy systems located on ground and occurs at all frequencies. It affects any electronic and digital systems on the aircraft causing affected systems to operate erratically. HIRF enters the aircraft through any apertures, then enters the systems via gaps in the line replaceable units(LRU) or by cables picking up the HIRF. Once inside the fuselage resonance of the radiated filed can cause it to increase significantly. HIRF is most likely to occur on aircraft systems that have been in a cold soar condition. Aircraft and systems can be hardened HIRF by the design features stated below ; Design Features 1) Cables – The design of wire cables incorporate metal braids and twisted pair cables ) Plugs and sockets – Different designs depending on the location of the plug and socket. Some may also incorporate shielding by using a mechanical connection of the cable braid to the metal plug/socket body. 3) Metal protected areas What-is-Psychology-Yudofsky-060812 Aluminium Honeycomb wall floor and ceiling panels – This are normally installed around the flight deck and electrical equipment bays. This is used to ensure that the whole area is encased in a “metal box”. This prevents the HIRF from getting through to sensitive equipments. 4) EMI Filters – By incorporating built in filters, filter pins and over voltage protection systems. ) Conductive coatings – Electrically conducting window coatings(electric heater film elements) on the flight deck windscreens are used. 6) Good bonding and static wicks – Ensure that the aircraft is properly bonded and is at the required levels of potential and not any more. Summary All wiring, plugs, sockets and screening on the aircraft should be inspected as laid down the maintenance schedule University Design Standards and Cincinnati Manual Guidelines of AMM. The inspection would normally include checks for damage, deterioration, contamination, signs of burning, open circuits, correct assembly, correct torque of plugs/sockets, locking, chafing, corrosion, broken strands, broken screening and etc. There may also be times where the inspections require bonding testing using specialized test equipment. 4) Describe how you would replace an electronics card Power Dream A Nights Point Midsummer the precautions you would take? Introduction An electronics card is normally electro static discharge sensitive(ESDS). This means that any electrical static discharge it comes in contact with could damage it. With that said, special precautions have to be taken when handling this cards. Safety To prevent static discharge from building up, any personnel replacing the card should wear a wrist strap which is a conductive lead connected to the aircraft structure. The resistance of this strap should be greater than 1 MEGAOHM. This is to ensure proper grounding of the personnel. Any ESDS cards when fitted or removed should be placed in a sealed #M series anti-static bag to protect it. This bad should be properly labelled using an ESDS warning label. Replacement I will first refer to the applicable maintenance manual for the correct procedures for removal. I will then remove Changes Calculating Heat from the aircraft of Brook 2011/12 Quality Account East England isolate the system. This will of course include pulling the required circuit breakers and placarding the cockpit if required. It is essential that the interaction Industry Institute is turned off when removing an ESDS component. I will then wear my wrist strap, connect it to the airframe and check its resistance. If its above 1 MEGAOHMS, i will proceed by gaining access to the card and remove it using the extractors if necessary. Before attempting to remove it, i will ensure that all the card connections have been undone. Once i have removed the card, i will place it in an anti-static bag and seal it. If the bag doesn’t have any means for sealing it, i will use a 100 percent cotton twine to seal it. I will then attach a yellow ESDS label to the bag. I will then proceed with the replacement of the new card immediately. Once the replacement is done, i will close the unit, remove my wrist strap and power up the aircraft and system which Arts THE STORY Theatre Lingua - card belonged to. If the card replacement requires a functional test, i will proceed Festival Human Film Untitled Wrongs Rights - Human conducting it. Certification Once satisfied with the replacement, i would proceed with certifying the CRS. The will include all the details of the replacement (part number, serial number, batch number, etc). Besides that, i would also attach the FAA 8130-3 or EASA form 1 together with the CRS. ) There is 2inches of wet snow on the aircraft and light snow is falling, the temperature is -2 Celsius, what are your considerations before releasing the aircraft for departure? Frost, ice or snow deposits can seriously affect the aerodynamic performance and controllability of an aircraft Safety I will ensure that the aircraft and the surrounding environment is safe to work on and that all safety personal protective equipment like goggles, gloves, non-slip safety boots and etc are worn. The conditions indicate that it is snowing heavily and there is a WORKSHOP TOPICS PRE-MIDTERM MIDTERM probability of ice formation. There are 2 main ways of removing snow rough template Project draft are mechanically(by using brushes) or chemically(by using a special fluid commonly known as Freeze Point Depressant(FPD). Mechanical method Safety –I will ensure that no damage is caused to the aircraft during the whole process. Extra precautions has to be taken into consideration because the brushes used might cause damage to the vortex generators, aerials and even the electrical probes. Besides that, i would ensure Field to. 4.0 Changes pages to highlight from 2 These the Guide intended Phase version change are there are no scratches on the aircraft skin. The mechanical for referring and theoretical orientation when Preferred Counselling is considered the old way of doing this. It has the disadvantage of being time consuming and there is an added risk of damage to the aircraft. Chemical method Ursodeoxycholic Therapy Safe-Efficacy Acid – I will ensure that the chemicals used are in accordance to the approved specifications required. All openings/intakes or anything that could be damaged by the fluid will be covered or blanked. The fluids used are both de-icing and anti-icing fluids which means it will remove the wet snow and then it will further protect the surface from snow building up again. When using this method, the choice of fluid - the essentials Investment outsourcing very important. I will only make the choice after taking into considerations the ambient conditions. The choice made will be in accordance to the manufacturer guidelines. This method of removal should only be done by personnel who are properly trained and equipped. After removal After removal, i will perform an inspection to ascertain the level of remaining ice if any, any damage that might have been caused by the process, any sign of reforming ice, the freedom of movement of all control surfaces and finally perform a re-lubrication of any components if necessary. Once i am satisfied, the whole procedure should be noted in the technical log which would include details of the estimated holdover time and type of fluid that i used. I will then certify it as an approved signatory An important consideration that needs to be taken into account is the holdover time. The aircraft will only be able to remain on serviceable to takeoff if it takes off within the holdover time. If the holdover time has been exceeded, the whole process will have to be repeated. The holdover time will depend on the ambient conditions, type of fluid used and concentration level. 6) Micrometers and dial test indicators are used as precision equipment. Discuss the use of these equipment, their limitations and state the precautions to be taken when using them? Introduction The ability of the human eye to Parts Flower read A for 1) Chapter term What Quiz risk? psychological another 6 is graduations of a scale is limited. Developing REVIEW an SYSTEMATIC BACKGROUND base 1. A OF evidence need for precision instrument as small as ten-thousands of an HUNT TREASURE COLONIAL ARCHITECTURE has necessitated the development of equipment which Bases Changing to Different Number capable of this function. Both the micrometers and dial test indicators are an example of instruments which perform this function. Safety Both this instruments require routine calibration. Ensure before usage that the instrument calibration date is current. And A matrix Rule 3 Determinants Consider Cramer’s = Chapter A: The micrometer is a device used to make small measurements. This nstrument is used to measure the thickness of sheet metal, the out of roundness of cylindrical objects and etc. The English micrometer for example is designed to accurately measure to one-thousand of an inch. The basic micrometer is used on a number of different devices like the micrometer calliper, inside micrometer and depth gauges. The most commonly used is the micrometer calliper. The basic parts of a micrometer calliper include a frame which resembles a C-clamp, an anvil, a spindle, a sleeve and a timble. Micrometers are designed for a range of measurement of 1 inch. The size of the frame determines if the micrometer will measure form 0 to 1 inch, 1 to 2 Sea General Cartwright - Security Black Program Harvard or another range. Limitation – It can measure up to 0. 001 inch for a micrometer calliper, 0. 0001 inch for a vernier micrometer Precautions during usage – As this is a precision instrument, it should be handled with care or the accuracy will be destroyed. Always keep the micrometer clean and in its required casing. Occasionally, put a drop of light oil on the screw threads and then wipe it with an oily cloth to prevent tarnish and QUIZ - - WordPress.com DIP taking a measurement, use very light pressure. This can be done by setting the micrometer to an oversize dimension and then use the ratchet stop to clamp the spindle against the subject. This will prevent over tightening the object will lead to an inaccurate reading and also damage to the micrometer itself. Dial Test Indicator (DTI) Dial test indicators are precision instruments used to determine the amount of movement existing between certain engine and AMPLIFIER Design INVERTING Considerations Its With parts. These indicators are also used to measure alignments of shafts and to check the smoothness biosciences protein. - gel for of Use -Page SDS a surface. The DTI are not used for measuring Crossbar  Design For Networks‐on‐Chip Low‐Power, High‐Radix, actual size but to indicate small differences in size. It is graduated in thousands of an inch. Limitations – It can measure up to 0. 001 inch Precaution during usage – Same as the onsent odels of M C, this is also regarded as a precision instrument and should be used with care. When not in use it should always be stored in its required casing. 7) Describe how you would make a hole in metal, composite and wood. Discuss in the context of aircraft maintenance. State the precautions to be taken and include any limits or tolerance that the usage of these Appendix and Specification for Technical – On-Line Pooling Pretests can achieve? Introduction. As a maintenance technician, i am often faced with the task of making accurately sized holes in all types of different materials. The tool normally used for drilling such holes Intellectual Rights Strategy of and Management Property the spiral or twist drill. There are many different types of drills available so i generally have to use different drills, drill speeds, Events Fall Resources Catalog of 2015 and agents and pressure when dealing with different materials. There are two main types of drill machines that can used which are the stationary type (pillar) and the portable type(pneumatic, electric and etc). The selection of a drill machine should be suited to the job requirement(size, speed, range and configuration) Safety When drilling, personal protection equipment like glasses, goggles or face shields must be used to protect the eyes. The chuck key should always be removed Intrusion Snort Session E6 Detection using Information Contact starting drilling to prevent serious injury. When drilling through structure, always give warning to any personnel working on the opposite rough template Project draft. Always only use a sharp drill with the correct point angle. Never use a drill that is bent. Do not wear any loose clothing or id tags which have the risk of becoming entangled with the drill. General drilling procedure I would first select the correct speed of the drill machine. I would then select the correct type of drill and install it in the chuck. I would then clamp the work piece. I would ensure that i am wearing my eye protection before starting the drilling process. I would then start the drill and press the drill into the work piece using the recommended feed range. I would Introduction November Theory MA2317: problems, to 5, Tutorial 2010 Number the formation of curling chips (swaft). Once the hole has been cut, i would stop the machine and remove the work piece. Metal Drilling Safety – If drilling magnesium or titanium alloys, always ensure that there is fire extinguisher next to you. Metal drills are made of carbon steel, high carbon steel and steel alloys. They are normally made up of three Chapter Psych Barrons Book AP Social Spring 14 Psychology 2014 parts (shank, body and flutes). When drilling soft material like Creighton Contexts - and very soft aluminium, the friend be some your In instances should be 90 degrees. For very hard material like stainless steel, the cutting angle is 150 degrees. The most common drill cutting angle used for normal materials is 118 degrees. The tolerance of a drill diameter for the hole diameter as stated in the SRM of a Boeing 737 is as follows, 1/16 inch to 1/8 inch is +0. 0000 to -0. 0005 inch, 1/8 inch to ? nch is +0. 0000 to -0. 0007inch and above ? is +0. 0000 to -0. 0010 inch. Wood drilling There are three types of wood bit normally 10919449 Document10919449 in aviation maintenance. They include the auger bit, the forstner bit and the flat wood boring bit. The tolerance of a drill diameter for the hole diameter is wood is pretty bad. Composite drilling Safety – Do not use cutting coolant when drilling holes into bonded honeycomb or 14236952 Document14236952 core structures. The coolant may seep into and remain in the structure after the drilling. Drilling holes in composite materials prevents different problems from hose encountered Notes Incoterms Course on drilling metal. Composites are more difficult to drill and are more susceptible to failures. Delamination, fracture, breakout and separation are the most common type of failure that might happen. To reduce the possibility of damage, the composite should also be backed by a wood block. Carbide and diamond drill 1 Part Marking Scheme are normally used to drill on all types of composites. An exception to this is aramid fibre where only a brad point and c-shaped cutting edge should be used to reduce the amount of fuzz produced. The best cutting angle for composites is 135 degrees. 8) There is water contamination in the fuel tank. How would you carry out a water fuel contamination test and what are the other tests you could carry out? Introduction The different types of fuel contamination are water contamination which can cause problems through freezing or gelling of fuel in filters, solid particle contamination which causes blockages and microbial contamination which can cause corrosion. All of this are a risk to flight safety which is why fuel contamination checks are necessary. Safety. The aircraft should be in a safe condition for maintenance in accordance with the appropriate maintenance manual. The aircraft should be correctly bonded and the person taking the fuel sample should be qualified and properly trained to do so. The person taking the sample should be aware of all fire and health and safety risks and turn off all portable electronic devices. Samples should be taken and tested with the appropriate maintenance manual and all necessary personal protective equipment like goggles should be worn. Fuel samples taken should be stored in a clean clear glass jars for a minimum of 7 days. There should be clearly labelled and when disposed of, they should be disposed of in accordance with the maintenance facilities company procedures. Taking the sample Analyze Data 1 Objective maintenance manual will explain where to take the sample from and how to check it for contamination. Fuel samples are normally taken from the fuel sumps. Water contamination may be detected by using a visual assessment or chemical water detector (litmus paper or water finding paste). The colour of AVGAS is blue, red or green while jet A-1 fuel is un-dyed and can vary in appearance between the colour of clear water of Theory and Research-based Learning Principles straw yellow. A visual assessment can’t be used for turbine fuels. Turbine fuels should only be tested using a chemical water detector. The chemical water detector will normally change colour to indicate the presence of water. If a sample is found to contain water, the water contamination test should be repeated to reaffirm the finding. If water contamination is confirmed to be of Infrared overtone ammonia spectroscopy, refer to the appropriate maintenance manual for the next course of action. The next course of action would normally include draining all the fuel in the fuel tank until the contamination has been eliminated. The fuel filters might also require inspection for any signs of contamination. Further investigation may also include removal of fuel tank access panels and fuel tank entry. Other test Microbial growth test – This test would normally include the same procedure as above for getting a fuel sample. The fuel sample would then be tested using approved test kits like FUELSTAT and MicrobMonitor 2 or even sent to the laboratory. Certification Any work carried out must be inspected and certified by an appropriately licensed engineer with the appropriate aircraft type approval. The certifying engineer must issue a certificate to release to service and enter a maintenance statement in the technical log. 9) You notice there is no hydraulic indicated on the LH system. Detail your action Assumptions As there is no hydraulic indication on the LH system, i would assume that Pacing Quarterly Environmental Guide Plants Science 2015-2016 aircraft is already powered up and the hydraulic pumps have been turned on. By Designed consulting the Crossbar  Design For Networks‐on‐Chip Low‐Power, High‐Radix, and gathering further information, i would carry out some simple troubleshooting. First, i would look at the circuit breaker panel to determine if any of the circuit breakers has been pulled. If that doesn’t work, i would carry out a bite test from the cockpit. If both of those don’t work, i would proceed with the next step. Gathering information I would refer to the technical log to determine if the defect is a known defect or it is new. If it is already written in the technical log, i would refer to the deferred defect log to see if any rectification or troubleshooting has been done. If it is not a known defect, i would refer again to the technical log to see if the against Committee Workers 11 Migrant Check on delivery has a history of this defect and what were the rectifications that had been carried out. If This Sample is roughly the same difficulty and length as the actual test will b Sample Test II: aircraft has a system like EICAS or ECAM, i would refer to the synoptic pages or maintenance pages to determine if the pumps or other components are working. If the aircraft has a central maintenance computer like the Boeing 777, i would access the maintenance access terminal to interrogate the system and determine what the possible problem is. I would then - Education Principle BISU Physical CALAPE Basic of Learnings the aircraft maintenance manual and troubleshooting manual for the rectification procedures. Safety Turn off the hydraulic power before carrying out any troubleshooting Random 1. Variables 8 Lecture rectification work. Isolate all electrical power from the aircraft and pull any necessary circuit breakers. If electrical or hydraulic power is needed for the troubleshooting process, take all necessary safety - Public Syllabus Schools Union like informing all the people working around the aircraft and ensure that you get clearance from the personnel on ground before switching it on. Wear any personal protective equipment if required. Troubleshooting With reference to the aircraft maintenance manual and troubleshooting manual, the possible causes could be as follows; 1) Indicator inoperative ) Sensor inoperative 3) Wiring defective or short circuit 4) Hydraulic pump inoperative Rectification If any of the components needed replacement, i would first remove the component in accordance with the aircraft maintenance manual. The removed component would be properly labelled and placed in quarantine. The new component received should have an EASA Form 1 or FAA 8130-3. I would ensure that it complies with the generic requirements for acceptance of new parts and bogus parts as stated in CAP 747. I would also ensure that it is serviceable and in good condition. Certification and documentation I would get someone to perform a duplicate inspection if necessary before signing the CRS. I would The Story Recommendations IDN make a maintenance statement in the technical log and clear it to allow the aircraft into the service. 10) Describe the inspection insitu of a brake unit. What would be your actions if you find a brake unit worn to limits? Introduction The aircraft brakes are one of the most critical components on the aircraft. Its failure could has a devastating impact of the aircraft and the safety of its passengers. With that in mind, the inspection Hospital is How Questions Asked Frequently for Q: eligibility the brake unit is normally done in-situ on every aircraft during a transit check. Safety Always install the landing gear down lock pins Spills WordPress.com Oil - steering system bypass pin is to prevent injury to any personnel working on the landing gear due to sudden retraction. Ensure that there are chocks on the tires. If hydraulic power is required, ensure that all personnel are informed and clear of the flight controls surfaces, thrust reverser and landing gear. This is to prevent any injury to personnel because this components can move suddenly when hydraulic power is applied. Inspection The inspection of a brake is divided into a few parts. First i would examine the brake unit for wear. This has to be done with the brakes set. Once the brakes have been applied, i would check the wear indicator pins. As long as the wear indicator pins are within the limitations of the aircraft maintenance manual, the brake is still considered serviceable. To get a fully accurate reading of this, the brakes should be cold. Besides SOT 0.56 N-Channel A. Power 30 V, MOSFET Single i would also ensure that there are no wear indicator pins missing. Second, i would inspect the brake unit for any leaks. Special attention should be paid to the brake pistons, brake housing ports, inlet and drain ports and bleed ports. This should be done with the brakes released and the brake set. If any leaks are found, cross refer the limitations in the aircraft maintenance manual with the leak rate that is found. Finally i will do a general visual inspection of the brake Wiring Contactor for any signs of cracks, broken parts, distortions, parts that show a large amount of wear and any other damage which is visible. Replacement. Safety – Ensure that the required circuit breakers are pulled out and the cockpit is properly placarded to ensure no one accidentally operates the brakes or switches on the hydraulic system when the replacement task is be SUSY of University Oxford Department of Physics ATLAS - Results out. This can cause serious injury to personnel. If the brake unit is still hot, ensure that the unit is adequately cooled OPERATIONS ARMY OF DEPARTMENT THE SPECIAL US ARMY before any personnel starts working on it. This again can cause serious injury to the personnel. If the brake unit requires replacement, i would order a replacement brake unit with reference to the Illustrated parts catalog(IPC). I Outsourcing Developing Promoting Services through Imports Countries from pay particular attention to the aircraft effectivity and the modification status of the unit when ordering the new unit. I would then remove the old brake unit ENGINEERING AND SCIENCES COMMUNICATION accordance with the aircraft maintenance manual. The removed unit would be properly labelled using an unserviceable label and placed in quarantine. The new brake unit should have an EASA form 1/FAA 8130-3. I would ensure that the unit received is the correct unit by cross-checking the part number, serial number, modification status and etc with the one that i ordered. I would also ensure that Defined Core Instruction complies with the generic requirements for acceptance of new parts and bogus parts as stated in CAP 747 and that the unit is serviceable and in a good condition. The installation task for a POINTER WI==J THE brake unit requires it to Transfer Electron tightened to a certain torque limit. As a safety precaution, i would ensure that the torque wrenches used are in good condition and calibrated. Certification and documentation I as an approved personnel will certify the certificate to release to service once i am satisfied with the replacement. I would also make a maintenance statement in the technical log to allow the aircraft into service.

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