Exterior Inspection2006

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  EXTERIOR INSPECTION CHECKLIST CPT. PILOT ALPHAN MORKAN Digitally signed by CPT. PILOT ALPHAN MORKAN DN: cn=CPT. PILOT ALPHAN MORKAN, c=TR Date: 2006.02.16 01:22:50 +02'00'  Page 1 of 55 EXTERIOR INSPECTION CHECKLIST   Page 2 of 55 EXTERIOR INSPECTION The PIC shall assure that an exterior inspection is performed prior to engine start. He may delegate this inspection to any competent crewmember. This inspection is required due to the flight crew’s obligation to assess the airworthiness of the airplane before each flight. Within the limits of flight crew capabilities (i.e. no tools) and established training. It must include a check for obvious wear, damage and leakage (e.g. hydraulic, fuel, oil, water). A further aspect of this inspection is to provide a GENERAL OVERLOOK of the condition and position of the airplane before it is moved and may cover further technical/operational aspects such as:  FOD danger at parking position,  Obstructions within initial taxi area,  Possible CLOUD WX restrictions,  Progress of fueling, loading. At stations where no maintenance personnel are available, one of the pilot shall perform the following items in addition to his normal duties prior to engines start. Hydraulic Systems………………………………PRESSURIZE (*) Caution: Before operating any hydraulic system, obtain hydraulic clearance.  Position System A and B electric pump switches ON. Observe the hydraulic pressure indications for normal reading (2900 psi minimum) on System A and B. Parking Brake………………………………………….SET Exterior Lights……………………CHECK/AS REQUIRED 1/2 (*)  Wheel Well - ON  Wing – ON  Anti – Collision – ON  Position – ON STOBE and STAEDY  Logo – ON  Taxi – ON The items marked with an asterisk (*) have to be performed prior to night operation.    Page 3of 55 EXTERIOR INSPECTION CHECKLIST 1 - TAT PROBE……………………………..…………………...UNDAMAGED&UNCLOGGED 2 - CAPTAIN’S PITOT PROBE ….………………………..…..UNDAMAGED&UNCLOGGED 3 - LEFT ALPHA VANE ……………………………………..…………………….UNDAMAGED 4 – COCKPIT WINDSHIELDS……………………………………CHECK GOOD CONDITION & WIPERS IN PERKED   POSITION 5 – RADOME……………………………………………………….CHECK GOOD CONDITION & SIX LIGHTNING DIVERSION BARS SECURE 6 - LOWER NOSE COMPARTMENT DOOR…………………... CLOSED HANDLE FLUSH 7 – NOSE WHEEL TIRES …………………………………………TIRE WEAR UNDAMAGED 8 - UPPER & LOWER TORSION LINKS…………………..SECURED WITH COTTER PIN 9 - NOSE GEAR DOOR……………………………...HINGES & MECHANICAL LINKAGES IN GOOD CONDITION 10 - NOSE WHEEL STEERING ASSEMBLY …..………………….CYLINDERS &CABLES   IN GOOD CONDITION 11 – GEAR DOWN LOCK PIN.………………….……………………………………REMOVED 12 - TAXI LIGHT …………………………………..LENS INTACT & NO DISCOLORATION 13 - NOSE GEAR STRUT……………………………CHECK NOT FULLY COMPRESSED & NO HYD. FLUID LEAKAGE 14 – STERING BY-PASS PIN…………………………………………….CHECK IN OR OUT 15 – SNUBBERS*………………………………………….…………………CHECK IN PLACE * DO NOT TOUCH THE SNUBBERS. THEY ARE MADE OF ASBESTOS. ONCE THIS TYPE OF ASBESTOS ABSORBED BY SKIN, IT WILL TAKE LONG TIME TO BE EXHAUSTED. WITHIN THAT TIME OF PERIOD, PARTICLES OF ASBESTOS CONTINUOUSLY IRRITATE THE TISSUE OF BODY. CHRONICLY IRRITATION MAY CAUSE CANCER. 16 - NOSE WHEEL WELL…………….……………………CHECK GENERAL CONDITION NO DAMAGE & NO FLUID LEAKAGE 17 - F/O EMERGENCY WINDOW EXIT HANDLE.…..…………FLUSH WITH SURFACE
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