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20 hours ago, pjvr99 said:

Can you give us some more information ...??

 

Defect shifted to No. 4 and No.1 ENG in normal Governing mode, the mechanical Governing mode operation is normal.

Munir Abbasi

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7 hours ago, pjvr99 said:

is this in level flight, during a ground run, taxi, descent, take off? what are throttle sttings?

Throttles are in takeoff range on the ground, aircraft lineup in the runway for departure

regards

munir abbasi

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Thank you. based on this and your previous mentioning the shift

to another engine, it sounds like you have a rollback, a problem

with the synchrophaser. Check out synchrophaser, sych rack, and

also run synch box tester. sometimes the problem can be a false

signal generated by a seemingly good valve housing. also check

all 4 prop pulse generators.

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5 hours ago, pjvr99 said:

Thank you. based on this and your previous mentioning the shift

to another engine, it sounds like you have a rollback, a problem

with the synchrophaser. Check out synchrophaser, sych rack, and

also run synch box tester. sometimes the problem can be a false

signal generated by a seemingly good valve housing. also check

all 4 prop pulse generators.

Thanks

Regards Munir Abbasi

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Pjvr99 do u know what actually happend in this case???? Look dear as mr. Muneer is saying problem shifted to No. 4 and No. 1 respectivly..... So NOW THE QUESTION IS IF NTS BRACKET WAS FAULTY THEN Y IT SHIFTED TO OTHER ENGINES???

No doubt NTS may also b the reason but only for one engine not for all. 

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49 minutes ago, Moeed hassan said:

Pjvr99 do u know what actually happend in this case???? Look dear as mr. Muneer is saying problem shifted to No. 4 and No. 1 respectivly..... So NOW THE QUESTION IS IF NTS BRACKET WAS FAULTY THEN Y IT SHIFTED TO OTHER ENGINES???

No doubt NTS may also b the reason but only for one engine not for all. 

Dear moeed as you that what is synchrophaser stabilizing mode and throttle anticipation. Please consult T.O IC-130B-2-11. How NTS system  works?

Thanks

Regards

Munir Abbasi Home of hercules Pakistan   

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Job guides are there for fault isolation..... Ok fine with the throttle anticepation but my question is how probkem shifted to other engines if the problem was with NTS BRACKET itself... 

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19 hours ago, Moeed hassan said:

Job guides are there for fault isolation..... Ok fine with the throttle anticepation but my question is how probkem shifted to other engines if the problem was with NTS BRACKET itself... 

Moeed Hussain Sb GS/JG/FI/FR are familiar with them, how to coordinate FR with FI

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Munir Abbasi

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My dear respected munir abbasi.....do u means how to consult FI according to reported defect???? 

Ok cool. 

It is pretty difficult to write it here but in short first of all u will find the FAULT CODE of your defect in the CONCERNING SYSTEM FI..... after geting code u will have to fine that code in the same FI and then u will b able to isolate that fault according to FI. 

I THINK IT WOULD B HELPFUL TO U. 

REGARDS. 

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