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Jerem

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Bonjour, ma panne est:

L'avion penché à gauche des moteurs sont un 19600LBS, Frein appliquer.

3 services Amortisseur effectuer sur vérin

Pression bloc de frein OK

Dissymétrie Carburant vérifiée avec manuel OK.

Avez-vous des solutions ou un retour d'expérience?

 

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2 hours ago, Jerem said:

Bonjour, ma panne est:

L'avion penché à gauche des moteurs sont un 19600LBS, Frein appliquer.

3 services Amortisseur effectuer sur vérin

Pression bloc de frein OK

Dissymétrie Carburant vérifiée avec manuel OK.

Avez-vous des solutions ou un retour d'expérience?

 

 
Hello, my breakdown is: The plane leaned to the left of the engines are a 19600LBS, Brake apply. 3 services Shock absorber on cylinder Brake block pressure OK

Dissymmetry Fuel checked with manual OK.

Do you have solutions or feedback?

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Leaned left sitting static or during movement on landing

 
Penché à gauche assis ou pendant le mouvement à l'atterrissage
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Had it translated,

 

Peter, I think he mixed up with different things: translation: the plane leand left, engines are at 19600lbs, brake applied...
3 services shock absorbers serviced, brake lock pressure ok...
Dissymetrie fuel checked with manual and ok..
Do you have a solution or experience?

 

As I understand it:

 during runup with engines at 19600"lb, aircraft was left wing low. Fuel quantity balance was manually/dipstick checked ok. struts were serviced/checked 3 times. brake pressures ok. 

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yes I do, I will try to keep it short, in order to prevent wing droop, pick the flaps up,next put somebody taxi quald. in the left seat, you need 10 kts or less  head wind [ off the nose ] for good numbers. if you are re-calibrating torque gauges do two engines at a time [outboards then inboards] next pull everything to g/i , once everything has stabilized push all 4 up beyond crossover and do a prop. re-sync/index. that should prove any problems or fix them. I used to put a pilot in left seat, mech. in right, a q/a guy in my seat, I would stand behind them and watch the store. good luck I hope this helps  

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