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  1. Are the flaps being moved at higher airspeeds (IE: 220KIAS for 10%) or are they slowing to 180 and then moving the flaps to 50%?
  2. "Condition is only happening on a steep decent into a higher altitude airport." Are the flaps being moved at higher airspeeds (IE: 220KIAS for 10%) or are they slowing to 180 and then moving the flaps to 50%?
  3. What model (A,B,E,F,H,R,T,Q...) is the aircraft and which VVI is installed?
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    C130H TILT

    https://www.google.com/search?client=firefox-b-1-d&ei=tbPCXbfMB4S4tQWJ-Kb4Bg&q=translate+french+to+english&oq=translate+fre&gs_l=psy-ab.1.0.0l10.15144.22059..23808...0.0..0.94.272.4......0....1..gws-wiz.......0i67.KVTBNooKRTg WHAT DID WE EVER DO WITHOUT GOOGLE/INTERNET Leaned left sitting static or during movement on landing Penché à gauche assis ou pendant le mouvement à l'atterrissage
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    C130H TILT

    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?
  6. Lockheed says 64 +/- 4 psi for the Fuel Level Control Valve pressure relief valve setting.
  7. Yes, if you are looking. The cabin altimeter on the copilots instrument panel and the Pressure controllers differential pressure gauge. I think the true answer you are looking for is: No, there is no warning system for a high cabin altitude. Nothing that is originally installed equipment but there have been a few after market systems used.
  8. Has three speed switch been changed? The 95% arms the bleed air ( does the on speed light illuminate?) and the 110%switch shuts down the APU.
  9. Set 900C, TD in Auto (position I'm guessing it already is) with engine anti-ice off, close the #3 Bleed Air Valve and actuate the wing/ Emp anti-ice system and see what happens. Torque/TIT and FF should not change. Make sure temps go up in each section of wing/emp
  10. I too would appreciate a copy; my email address is kc-130frt_fe@outlook.com Thank you for sharing these items with us!! David
  11. Is your Battery always connected? Even with External power connected/ON the aircraft? And to clarify you can start and run the APU for 20 min or more and ONLY AFTER the GEN is turned ON the APU will continue to run for (another) 20 min and then stop OR stops sooner?
  12. Ok got it. ANY pictures? (if allowed) Guess you can swap out the FSR maybe it has an issue or increase the GI/FI RPM closer to the upper limit. If you reset the gen will it go on line without speed increase? if you speed up the engine and get the generator on line will it stay online when slowing back to 95%
  13. The Generator is "offline" below 95% as a function of the frequency sensitive relay so if the rpm is right at the limit to energize it may not, but the FSR relays are known to hold energized once above 95% to a number below 95% SOME say as low as 88% but I have never verified that number as it is impossible to dial down the rpm to 88%
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