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BAe 125-800A

GROUND HANDLING
AND
SERVICING CHECKLIST
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FOREWORD

This checklist provides condensed instructions for ground


handling, servicing, and powerplant operation of the
BAe-125-800A aircraft. These instructions do not replace
detailed information contained in the Maintenance Manual, but
serve as a guide to ensure that no item is overlooked while
performing ground handling and servicing tasks.

Personnel using this checklist for servicing operations should


consult the applicable maintenance manual.

LuVern D. Dokter
Manager, Flight Inspection
Maintenance Division,
AVN-300

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LIST OF EFFECTIVE PAGES

CHANGING THE MANUAL

Changes will be issued when required. Pages contained in the


change supersede like pages in the checklist. Each page in a
change has a "Change" number located at the upper right corner
of the page. Portions of the test affected by the change are
indicated by a vertical bar adjacent to the text and in the page
margin. Vertical bars will not be used when the change is the
result of a rearrangement of material due to a change on a
previous page.

The List of Effective Pages provides the user with a guide to


establish the current effective date of each page in the manual.
Information included in the List of Effective Pages states the
current change number for page and the dates of a Change shall
be removed from the manual. Pages included in the Change
shall be inserted in the manual.

LET US KNOW

Every effort has been made to keep this manual current.


However, errors cannot be corrected unless we are apprised of
the error. In this regard, it is essential that users/operators do
their part. Comments, corrections and questions regarding this
manual are welcomed.

Date of issue for original and changed pages are:

ORIGINAL .................... SEPTEMBER 1996

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DEFINITIONS

The following definitions apply to the terms "Normal Procedures,"


"Abnormal Procedure," and "Emergency Procedure."

Normal Procedure: An operating procedure for the


aircraft and its systems, which may be considered routine
in day-to-day operations.

Abnormal Procedure: An operating procedure requiring


the use of special systems and/or alternate use of regular
systems which, if followed, will maintain an acceptable
level of airworthiness or reduced operational risk resulting
from a failure condition.

The following definitions apply to the words "shall," "will," "should,"


and "may."

Shall or Will: Instructions or procedures prefaced by


"shall" or "will" are mandatory.

Should: Indicates a preferred by non-mandatory method


of accomplishment.

May: Indicates an acceptable or suggested means of


accomplishment.

This manual provides the best possible system descriptions under


most circumstances but it is not a substitute for sound judgment.

WARNINGS, CAUTIONS AND NOTES

The following definitions apply to "Warnings, "Cautions," and


"Notes" found throughout this manual.

WARNING

Operating procedures, techniques, etc., which may result in


personal injury or loss of life if not carefully followed.

CAUTION

Operating procedures, techniques, etc., which will result in


damage to equipment of not carefully followed.

NOTE

An operating procedure, technique, etc., which is considered


essential to emphasize.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

SECTION PAGE
Service Points ....................................................... III

1 Towing................................................................. 1-1

2 Parking and Mooring ........................................... 2-1

3 Refuel – Pressurized method.............................. 3-1

4 Refuel – Gravity (Overwing) Method ................... 4-1


5 Ventral Tank Refuel by Transfer ......................... 5-1
6 Defuel – Suction Method..................................... 6-1
7 Fuel Transfer....................................................... 7-1
8 APU Oil ............................................................... 8-1
9 Engine Oil............................................................ 9-1
10 Hydraulics ......................................................... 10-1
11 Ice and Rain Protection..................................... 11-1
12 Landing Gear/Tires ........................................... 12-1
13 Oxygen.............................................................. 13-1
14 Toilet ................................................................. 14-1
15 Water................................................................. 15-1
16 Applying Electrical Power.................................. 16-1
17 APU Ground Operation ..................................... 17-1
18 Power Plant Ground Operation ......................... 18-1
19 Jacking and Trestling ........................................ 19-1

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GROUND SERVICE POINTS

FIGURE 1 (Sheet 1 of 2)

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GROUND SERVICE POINTS

Figure 1 (sheet 2 of 2)

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AIRCRAFT EXTERNAL 28VDC SUPPLY CONNECTION

FIGURE 2

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TOWING

A. REFERENCES

Personnel required to accomplish towing procedures shall


be familiar with BAe 125-800A procedures.

B. PERSONEL REQUIRED

Minimum:

Towing team supervisor coordinates tow tractor and


cockpit activities from suitable location.

Tractor Operator

Qualified Brake Operator (Radio Operator)

Towing in congested area:

Two wing walkers in addition to above requirements.

Backing Operations

One tail walker in addition to above requirements.

C. EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS

Tractor, Tow

Tow Bar

D. TOWING PROCEDURES

1. Check for aircraft status. ( )

CAUTION

Ensure correct strut and tire inflation before towing.

2. Remove external power (if used) and all


other ground equipment from vicinity of
aircraft. ( )

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TOWING (Con’t.)

3. Install nose leg gear (NLG) and main


leg gear MLG) lock pins. ( )

4. Remove quick release pin. ( )

5. Remove NLG steering disconnect pin. ( )

6. Ensure NLG doors are closed. ( )

7. Attach towbar to NLG using steering


disconnect pin. ( )

8. If applicable, towbar safety catch. ( )

9. Connect tractor to towbar. ( )

10. Check emergency brake accumulator


gauge in rear equipment bay reading
is 2000 psi minimum. ( )

NOTE

If necessary, top up system by operating hydraulic


hand pump.

WARNING

Wing walkers will be immediately available if


emergency and normal brake systems are
inoperable.

11. Flight deck brake operator in left seat. ( )

12. Close aircraft entrance door. ( )

13. Aircraft batteries, navigation lights,


and radios (as required) on. ( )

14. Obtain clearance from control tower


for aircraft movement. (As required) ( )

15. Disconnect aircraft ground wire. ( )

16. Aircraft handbrake lever to Emergency


position. ( )

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TOWING (Con’t.)

17. Ensure established hand signals will be used


between brake operator and supervisor. ( )

18. Position wing/tail walkers (as required). ( )

19. Apply brakes, then remove chocks. ( )

20. Release aircraft brakes. ( )

CAUTION

Move aircraft in a straight line prior to starting any


sharp turns. Avoid sudden starts and stop. Use
aircraft brakes for emergency stops only. Do no
tow on surface grades exceeding 20%. Do not
exceed towing speed of 5 mph.

21. Commence towing. ( )

CAUTION

Prior to parking, move aircraft in straight line to


centralize nose wheel and relieve landing gear side
loads.

22. Place aircraft brake lever to PARK position. ( )

23. Towing complete, position chocks front


and rear of both MLG wheels. ( )

24. If applicable, contact tower. ( )

25. Towing completed. ( )

26. Navigation lights, radios, and aircraft


batteries OFF. ( )

27. Disconnect tractor from towbar. ( )

28. Release brakes. ( )

29. Remove towbar. ( )

30. Install NLG steering disconnect pin. ( )

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TOWING (Con’t.)

31. Install quick release pin to lock NLG


steering disconnect pin. ( )

32. Aircraft ground wire connected. ( )

33. If applicable, complete documentation. ( )

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PARKING AND MOORING

A. REFERENCES

Personnel required to accomplish parking and mooring


procedures shall be familiar with BAe 125-800A Aircraft
Maintenance Manual Procedures.

B. PERSONNEL REQUIRED

Two mechanics (Minimum).

C. EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS

Description Quantity

Stall vent plug 2


Lower static vent plug 2
Upper static vent plug 2
Pitot head cover 2
Ice detector cover 1
APU intake cover 1
APU exhaust cover 1
APU generator cooling cover 1
Jet intake left cover 1
Jet exit left cover 1
Jet intake right cover 1
Jet exit right cover 1
Main landing gear locking pin 2
Nose landing gear locking pin 1
Emergency exit locking pin 1

D. GENERAL

Mooring requirements are in addition to parking


requirements and are used when parked aircraft are
subjected to high winds exceeding safety requirements.

Parking/Mooring Expected Wind


Requirement Velocities (Knots)

Normal parking Up to 35

Mooring with single


Tie-downs 36 to 60

Mooring with double


Tie-downs 60 to 80

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NOTE

The above is based upon aircraft being fully fueled and


headed into wind.

E. NORMAL AIRCRAFT PARKING

NOTE

Selected position away from other parked aircraft and if


engine run is anticipated, at a safe distance from other
engine exhaust. If freezing weather is anticipated, park
tires on mat or sand to prevent tires adhering to parking
ramp.

1. Position aircraft. ( )

2. Centralize nose wheels ( )

3. Place wheel chocks from and


rear main gear wheels. ( )

4. Install main and nose gear lock


pins. ( )

5. Check wing flaps retracted. ( )

6. Install aileron, elevator and rudder


gust locks. ( )

7. Check emergency brake accumulator gauge


reading is 200 psi minimum. ( )

NOTE

If necessary, top up system by operating hydraulic


hand pump.

8. Apply handbrake fully to PARK position. ( )

9. Connect aircraft ground wire. ( )

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NOTE

Ensure pitot heads cool before fitting covers.


Insure static vents are clear of obstructions before
fitting vent plugs.

10. Install pitot head covers. ( )

11. Install static vent and stall warning vent


plugs. ( )

12. Install engine and APU inlet and


exhaust covers. ( )

13. Close windows. ( )

14. Ensure emergency exit locking pin installed. ( )

15. Close exterior doors. ( )

16. If freezing conditions are expected:

a. Drain potable water systems. ( )

b. Purge lavatory and sink drains. ( )

c. Winterize or drain toilets. ( )

17. If high winds are anticipated, moor aircraft


as per Section F. ( )

F. MOORING AIRCRAFT

NOTE

When mooring aircraft over a long period, brake pressures


should be checked periodically and topped up as
necessary.

a. Winds 35 to 60 knots. (Refer to Figure 2-1)

1. Check aircraft headed into wind. ( )

2. Check maximum fuel. ( )

3. Aircraft brake lever to PARK position. ( )

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4. Front and rear chocks lashed together on


all wheels. ( )

5. One mooring tiedown on each main gear. ( )

6. Remove workstands and equipment from


area. ( )

b. Winds 60 to 80 knots. (Refer to figures 2-2 and 2-3.)

1. Check aircraft headed into wind. ( )

2. Check maximum fuel. ( )

3. Aircraft brake lever to PARK position. ( )

4. Front and rear chocks lashed together on


all wheels. ( )

5. One mooring tiedown on nose gear. ( )

6. Double mooring tiedown on each main gear. ( )

7. Remove workstands and equipment from


area. ( )

WARNING

Where excessively high winds are forecast, aircraft


should be flown out of area or hangared.

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35 TO 60 KNOTS MOORING

Figure 2-1

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60 TO 80 KNOTS MOORING

Figure 2-2

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MOORING ROPE ATTACHMENTS

Figure 2-3

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REFUEL – PRESSURIZED METHOD

A. REFERENCES

Personnel required to accomplish refuel operations shall


be familiar with BAe 125-800A aircraft procedures and
have completed training requirements or flight
crewmember must be present to oversee.

B. PERSONNEL REQUIRED

Refueling Supervisor/Refueler

Designated Flight Crewmember, if required.

C. GENERAL

Limitations

Maximum wing imbalance - 500 lb.

Maximum refuel pressure (gauge) - 50 psi

Maximum refuel rate - 120 US gal. min.

Minimum wing tank fuel load with full


ventral tank:

Aircraft on ground -1000 lb. each wing

Aircraft prepared for flight -3450 lb. each wing

D. PREPARATION

1. Aircraft status ( )

WARNING

APU operation is not permitted while refueling or defueling


operations are in progress.

CAUTION

Do not position any ground equipment under aircraft


during fueling operations as aircraft settles under weight of
Fuel load. Fuel tank vapors, which vent at wing tips, will in
increase significantly during fueling operations.

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2. Remove all unnecessary ground equipment. ( )

3. Place wheel chocks front and rear


approximately one inch away from tires. ( )

4. Position fire extinguisher(s) ( )

5. Confirm refueling source type and grade. ( )

CAUTION

Aircraft and fueling truck must be correctly grounded


before any fueling operation to prevent the possibility of
fire or explosion due to discharge of static electricity.

6. Refueling equipment and aircraft grounded:

a. Ground cable from aircraft to approved


common ground. ( )

b. Ground cable from fuel truck to


approved common ground. ( )

c. Ground cable from fuel truck to aircraft. ( )

CAUTION

Investigate any contamination (other than water) of the


drained fuel sample.

7. Drain water from fuel tanks. ( )

8. Check fuel L and R PUMP switches OFF. ( )

9. Select either external or battery power supply. ( )

10. Check all unnecessary electrical loads are OFF. ( )

11. Ensure both HP cocks are closed. ( )

12. Open both engine LP cocks. ( )

13. Check WING FUEL/X FEED/TRANSFER


level to WING FUEL. ( )

14. Check AUX FUEL TRANSFER lever is closed. ( )

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E. PRESSURE REFUEL PROCEDURE

1. Test refuel control system. ( )

2. Set refuel panel MASTER switch to ON and


check MASTER VALVE indicates OPEN. ( )

3. MWS FUEL ↑ annunciator lit. ( )

4. Roof panel REFUEL ON annunciator lit. ( )

5. Set VENTRAL, L AND R WING switches


to REFUEL as required and ensure that
respective VALUE indicates OPEN. ( )

6. Connect fueling truck hose to SPR coupling. ( )

7. Bond hose coupling to aircraft. ( )

WARNING

Stop refueling in the event of fire, fuel leakage or spillage.


Switch off electrical power.

8. Adjust fuel truck pump output pressure to a


maximum of 50 psi. ( )

9. Aircraft fuel gauges begin to increase. ( )

10. Select each tank REFUEL switch to OFF


when associated tank FULL indicator lights
or gauge indicates required contents. ( )

NOTE

Allow fuel to settle for approximately two minutes to verify


satisfactory content indication.

11. Select MASTER switch OFF and check all


refuel VALVE indicators show SHUT. ( )

12. MWS FUEL annunciator out. ( )

13. Roof panel REFUEL ON annunciator out. ( )

14. Adjust fuel truck pump output pressure to zero. ( )

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15. Check and log total fuel uplift. ( )

16. Disconnect fuel hose from SPR coupling. ( )

17. Install blanking cap to SPR coupling. ( )

18. Close SPR coupling access door. ( )

19. Carry out fuel water check. ( )

NOTE

If water drain check is carried out too quickly after


refueling, sample will be cloudy due to water being in
suspension. Where possible, wait 30 minutes before
carrying out check.

20. Close both LP cocks. ( )

21. Remove aircraft electric power. ( )

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REFUEL – GRAVITY (OVERWING) METHOD

A. REFERENCES

Personnel required to accomplish refuel operations shall be


familiar with BAe 125-800A Maintenance Manual
Procedures or flight crewmember must be present during
this process.

B. PERSONNEL REQUIRED

Refueling Supervisor/Refueler
Designated Flight Crewmember

C. GENERAL

Limitations

Maximum refuel rate - 120 US gal. min.

Minimum wing tank fuel load


with full ventral tank

Aircraft on ground - 1000 lb. each


wing.

Aircraft prepared for flight - 2450 lb. each


wing.

Maximum wing load imbalance - 500 lb.

D. PREPARATION

1. Aircraft status.

WARNING

APU operation is not permitted while refueling or


defueling operations are in progress.

CAUTION

Do not position any ground equipment under


aircraft during fueling operations as aircraft settles
under weight of fuel load. Fuel tank vapors, which
vent at wing tips, will increase significantly during
fueling operations, as well as being prevalent at the
open wing tank filling points.

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(Con't.)

2. Remove all unnecessary ground equipment. ( )

3. Place wheel chocks front and rear


approximately one inch away from tires. ( )

4. Position fire extinguisher(s). ( )

5. Confirm refueling source, type, and grade. ( )

WARNING

Aircraft and fueling truck must be correctly


grounded before any fueling operation, to prevent
the possibility of fire or explosion due to discharge
of static electricity.

APU must not be running and no power must be


applied to the aircraft while fuel tanks are open
during fueling operations.

6. Refueling equipment and aircraft grounded:

a. Ground cable from aircraft to approved


common ground. ( )

b. Ground cable from fueling truck to


approved common ground. ( )

c. Ground cable from fuel truck to aircraft. ( )

CAUTION

Investigate any contamination (other than


water) of the drained fuel sample.

7. Drain water from fuel tanks, wing, and ventral. ( )

8. Close both LP cocks. ( )

9. Check WING FUEL/X FEED/TRANSFER


lever to WING FUEL. ( )

10. Check AUX FUEL TRANSFER lever is closed. ( )

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(Con't.)

E. REFUELING PROCEDURES – WING TANKS TO FULL

1. Ground fuel truck hose nozzle to aircraft. ( )

2. Unlock and remove fuel tank filler cap, insert


nozzle and refuel as required. (Both tanks
simultaneously, if possible.) ( )

3. Adjust fuel truck pump output pressure for


suitable flow rate. ( )

WARNING

Stop refueling in the event of fire, fuel leakage, or


spillage.

NOTE

Wing tanks are full when fuel level reaches the filler
neck flap valve. Allow fuel to settle for
approximately two minutes to ensure satisfactory
contents indication.

4. Reduce fuel truck pump output pressure to


zero. ( )

5. Remove refuel hose nozzle from fuel tank, fit


and lock filler cap. ( )

6. Disconnect fuel truck hose nozzle ground from


aircraft. ( )

7. Check and log total fuel uplift. ( )

8. Disconnect fuel truck ground. ( )

9. Carry out fuel water check. ( )

NOTE

If water drain check is carried out too soon after


refueling, sample will be cloudy due to water being
in suspension. Where possible, wait 30 minutes
before carrying out check.

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REFUEL – GRAVITY (OVERWING) METHOD

A. REFERENCES

Personnel required to accomplish refuel operations shall be


familiar with BAe 125-800A Maintenance Manual
Procedures or flight crewmember must be present during
this process.

B. PERSONNEL REQUIRED

Refueling Supervisor/Refueler
Designated Flight Crewmember

C. GENERAL

Limitations

Maximum refuel rate - 120 US gal. min.

Minimum wing tank fuel load


with full ventral tank

Aircraft on ground - 1000 lb. each


wing.

Aircraft prepared for flight - 2450 lb. each


wing.

Maximum wing load imbalance - 500 lb.

D. PREPARATION

1. Aircraft status.

WARNING

APU operation is not permitted while refueling or


defueling operations are in progress.

CAUTION

Do not position any ground equipment under


aircraft during fueling operations as aircraft settles
under weight of fuel load. Fuel tank vapors, which
vent at wing tips, will increase significantly during
fueling operations, as well as being prevalent at the
open wing tank filling points.

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(Con't.)

2. Remove all unnecessary ground equipment. ( )

3. Place wheel chocks front and rear


approximately one inch away from tires. ( )

4. Position fire extinguisher(s). ( )

5. Confirm refueling source, type, and grade. ( )

WARNING

Aircraft and fueling truck must be correctly


grounded before any fueling operation, to prevent
the possibility of fire or explosion due to discharge
of static electricity.

APU must not be running and no power must be


applied to the aircraft while fuel tanks are open
during fueling operations.

6. Refueling equipment and aircraft grounded:

a. Ground cable from aircraft to approved


common ground. ( )

b. Ground cable from fueling truck to


approved common ground. ( )

c. Ground cable from fuel truck to aircraft. ( )

CAUTION

Investigate any contamination (other than


water) of the drained fuel sample.

7. Drain water from fuel tanks, wing, and ventral. ( )

8. Close both LP cocks. ( )

9. Check WING FUEL/X FEED/TRANSFER


lever to WING FUEL. ( )

10. Check AUX FUEL TRANSFER lever is closed. ( )

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(Con't.)

E. REFUELING PROCEDURES – WING TANKS TO FULL

1. Ground fuel truck hose nozzle to aircraft. ( )

2. Unlock and remove fuel tank filler cap, insert


nozzle and refuel as required. (Both tanks
simultaneously, if possible.) ( )

3. Adjust fuel truck pump output pressure for


suitable flow rate. ( )

WARNING

Stop refueling in the event of fire, fuel leakage, or


spillage.

NOTE

Wing tanks are full when fuel level reaches the filler
neck flap valve. Allow fuel to settle for
approximately two minutes to ensure satisfactory
contents indication.

4. Reduce fuel truck pump output pressure to


zero. ( )

5. Remove refuel hose nozzle from fuel tank, fit


and lock filler cap. ( )

6. Disconnect fuel truck hose nozzle ground from


aircraft. ( )

7. Check and log total fuel uplift. ( )

8. Disconnect fuel truck ground. ( )

9. Carry out fuel water check. ( )

NOTE

If water drain check is carried out too soon after


refueling, sample will be cloudy due to water being
in suspension. Where possible, wait 30 minutes
before carrying out check.

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VENTRAL TANK REFUEL BY TRANSFER

A. REFERENCES

Personnel required to accomplish ventral tank refuel by


transfer operations shall be familiar with BAe 125-800A
Maintenance Manual Procedures.

B. PERSONNEL REQUIRED

Supervisor/Refueler

Designated Flight Crewmember

C. EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS

External power unit 28 Volts DC with current limiter at


1100 amps.

D. GENERAL

Limitations

Minimum wing tank fuel load with full ventral tank:

Aircraft on ground - 1000 lb. each wing.

Aircraft prepared for flight - 3450 lb. each wing.

Maximum wing load imbalance - 500 lb.

E. VENTRALTANK REFUEL PROCEDURE

1. Aircraft status. ( )

2. Remove all unnecessary ground equipment. ( )

3. Wheel chocks in place. ( )

4. Position fire extinguisher(s) ( )

5. Aircraft correctly grounded. ( )

CAUTION

Investigate any contamination (other than water) of


the drained fuel sample.

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(Con't.)

6. Drain water from fuel tanks. ( )

7. Connect external power supply. ( )

8. External power switch to ON. ( )

9. Check all unnecessary electrical loads OFF. ( )

10. Check fuel load is 4000 lbs. or over. ( )

11. Refuel MASTER VALVE switch to ON. ( )

12. Refuel MASTER VALVE indicator OPEN. ( )

13. MWS FUEL ↑ annunciator lit. ( )

14. Roof panel REFUEL ON annunciator lit. ( )

15. Refuel panel VENTRAL switch to REFUEL. ( )

16. Ventral fuel VALVE indicator OPEN. ( )

17. AUX FUEL TRANSFER lever selected


CLOSED. ( )

18. WING FUEL/X FEED TRANSFER lever to


WING FUEL. ( )

19. Both HP cocks OFF. ( )

20. Both HP cocks ON. ( )

21. Both fuel L PUMP and R PUMP switches to ON.( )

22. Both FUEL LO PRESS annunciators OUT. ( )

23. Ventral tank contents indicator from EMPTY


to cross hatched. ( )

24. Wing fuel gauge readings start to fall. ( )

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(Con't.)

CAUTION

Operate fuel pump switches to maintain balance


between each wing fuel load during this procedure.
Do not allow either wing fuel contents to fall below
1000 lbs.

25. Ventral tank contents indicator from cross


hatched to FULL and refuel panel ventral
tank indicator to FULL. ( )

26. Refuel panel ventral fuel VALVE indicator


SHUT. ( )

27. Ventral tank switch to OFF. ( )

28. Refuel MASTER switch to OFF. ( )

29. Refuel MASTER VALUE indicator SHUT. ( )

30. MWS FUEL ↑ annunciator OUT. ( )

31. Roof panel REFUEL ON annunciator OUT. ( )

32. Both fuel L PUMP and R PUMP switches to


OFF. ( )

33. External power switch to OFF. ( )

34. Disconnect and remove external power set. ( )

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DEFUEL – SUCTION METHOD

A. REFERENCES

Personnel required to accomplish defuel operations shall


be familiar with BAe 125-800A Aircraft Maintenance
Manual Procedures.

B. PERSONNEL REQUIRED

Defueling Supervisor/Defueler

C. GENERAL

Limitations

Maximum suction - 11.0 psi

Minimum wing tank fuel load with full


Ventral tank:

Aircraft on ground - 1000 lb. each wing


Aircraft prepared for flight - 3450 lb. each wing
Maximum wing load imbalance - 500 lb.

D. PREPARATION

1. Aircraft status. ( )

2. Remove all unnecessary ground equipment. ( )

3. Check wheel chocks tight against tires. ( )

4. Position fire extinguisher(s). ( )

5. Confirm defueling truck type and grade. ( )

WARNING

APU operation is no permitted while refueling or


defueling operations are in progress.

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WARNING

Aircraft and defueling truck must be correctly


grounded, before any defuel operation, to prevent
the possibility of fire or explosion due to discharge
of static electricity.

6. Defueling equipment and aircraft grounded:

a. Ground cable from aircraft to approved


common ground. ( )
b. Ground cable from defuel, truck to
approved common ground. ( )
c. Ground cable from defuel truck to aircraft. ( )

CAUTION

Investigate any contamination (other than


water) of drained sample.

7. Drain water from fuel tanks. ( )

8. Ensure fuel L and R PUMP switches OFF. ( )

WARNING

APU cannot be used as power source for


defueling.

9. Select either external or battery power supply. ( )

10. Ensure all unnecessary electrical loads are


OFF. ( )

E. DEFUELING PROCEDURE

1. Open SPR fuel coupling access cover. ( )

2. Remove SPR fuel coupling blanking cover. ( )

3. Connect defuel hose nozzle to SPR fuel


coupling. ( )

4. Close both engine LP cocks. ( )

5. Set refuel control panel MASTER switch to ON. ( )

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6. Check MASTER VALVE indicates OPEN. ( )

NOTE

The ventral tank must be off-loaded completely


with any precise load adjustments made in wing
tanks.

7. MWS FUEL ↑ annunciator lit. ( )

8. Roof panel REFUEL ON annunciator lit. ( )

9. Set VENTRAL REFUEL-OFF-DEFUEL


switch to DEFUEL. ( )

10. Check ventral tank VALVE indicates OPEN. ( )

CAUTION

Do not exceed maximum defuel suction of 11 psi.

11. Adjust fuel truck suction valve to commence


defuel. ( )

12. Continue defuel until ventral tank indicates


EMPTY. ( )

13. Check ventral tank VALVE indicates shut. ( )

14. Set VENTRAL REFUEL-OFF-DEFUEL switch


to OFF. ( )

15. Open both engine LP cocks. ( )

NOTE

When ground power is available, wing defueling


can be assisted by switching fuel L and R PUMP
switches ON.

16. Ensure MASTER VALVE indicates OPEN. ( )

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NOTE

Continue defuel until tank contents gauges indicate


desired fuel load, or tanks are empty. If tanks
defuel unequally, close LP cock on tank, which
reaches desired fuel quantity first.

17. Turn off refuel control panel MASTER switch. ( )

18. Check MASTER VALVE indicates CLOSED. ( )

19. MWS FUEL ↑ annunciator out. ( )

20. Roof panel REFUEL ON annunciator out. ( )

21. Close both engine LP cocks. ( )

22. Remove aircraft electrical power. ( )

23. Disconnect defuel hose nozzle from SPR


coupling. ( )

24. Install SPR coupling blanking cover. ( )

25. Install SPR coupling access cover. ( )

26. Check and log total fuel downloaded. ( )

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FUEL TRANSFER

A. REFERENCES

Personnel required to accomplish fuel transfer operations


shall be familiar with BAe 125-800A Aircraft Maintenance
Manual procedures.

B. PERSONNEL REQUIRED

Fuel Supervisor

Refueler

C. EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS

External power unit 28 Volts DC, with current limiter at


1100 amps.

D. GENERAL

Limitations

Minimum wing tank fuel load with full ventral tank:

Aircraft on ground - 1000 lb. each wing


Aircraft prepared for flight - 3450 lb. each wing
Maximum wing load imbalance - 500 lb.

E. FUEL TRANSFER PREPARATION

1. Check aircraft status. ( )

2. Check wheels chocked. ( )

3. Position fire extinguisher(s). ( )

4. External power unit connected and running. ( )

5. L and R PUMP switches OFF. ( )

6. EXT PWR switch ON. ( )

7. Close both engine LP cocks. ( )

8. WING FUEL/X FEED/TRANSFER cock to


WING FUEL. ( )

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9. Close AUX FUEL TRANSFER cock. ( )

10. Check fuel contents gauges and ensure that


tanks can accept proposed fuel load transfer. ( )

F. VENTRAL TANK TO WING TRANSFER

1. Open AUX FUEL TRANSFER cock. ( )

2. AUX FUEL TFR annunciator lit. ( )

3. MWS FUEL XFD/TFR repeater annunciator


lit. ( )

4. L and R PUMP switches ON. ( )

5. VENTRAL TANK indicator changes from


FULL to cross-hatched. ( )

6. Check each wing contents indication increases


slowly. ( )

7. VENTRAL TANK indicator changes from


cross-hatched to EMPTY. ( )

8. L and R PUMP switches OFF. ( )

9. Check left and right wing contents gauges


balanced. ( )

10. Close AUX FUEL TRANSFER cock. ( )

11. AUX FUEL TFR annunciator out. ( )

12. MWS FUEL SFD/TFR repeater annunciator


out. ( )

G. WING TO WING TRANSFER

1. WING FUEL/X FEED/TRANSFER cock to


TRANSFER. ( )

2. WING FUEL XFD/TFR


ANNUNCIATOR LIT. ( )

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3. MWS FUEL XFD/TFR ↑ repeater


annunciator lit. ( )

4. Appropriate L or R PUMP switch ON. ( )

NOTE

Selection of L PUMP switch to ON transfer fuel


from right wing to left wing. Selection of R PUMP
switch to On transfers fuel from left wing to right
wing.

5. Set L or R PUMP switch to OFF as wing


fuel loads balance. ( )

6. WING FUEL/X FEED TRANSFER cock


to WING FUEL. ( )

7. WING FUEL XFD/TFR annunciator out. ( )

8. MWS FUEL XFD/TFR ↑ repeater annunciator


out. ( )

H. SHUT DOWN

1. EXT PWR switch off. ( )

2. External power unit off. ( )

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APU OIL

A. REFERENCES

Personnel required to accomplish APU oil servicing shall


be familiar with BAe 125-800A Aircraft Maintenance
Manual procedures.

B. PERSONNEL REQUIRED

One mechanic

C. EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS

CAUTION

One type of oil shall not be mixed with any other type of
oil. If the oil indication is low and the type of oil in use is
not available, the oil sump must be drained completely and
replenished with another oil. The oil filter element should
be changed if a new element is available. The following
oils meet approved specifications.

Oils to conform to MIL-L-23699.

Approved engine oils:

Aeroshell 500 Exxon 2380

Aeroshell 560 Mobil Jet II

Castrol 5000 Mobil jet 254

D. OIL SERVICING PROCEDURE

1. Check oil level on sight gauge. ( )

NOTE

APU should be level and oil hot when checking oil


level.

If oil level requires topping up, proceed with the following


operations:

2. Remove APU oil filler cap. ( )

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3. Top up APU oil level with the same type of


oil in use. ( )

CAUTION

Do not allow oil level to be above "full" mark on


sight gauge. An overfilled sump will result in oil
foaming and low oil pressure.

4. Replace APU oil filler cap. ( )

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ENGINE OIL

A. REFERENCES

Personnel required to accomplish engine oil servicing shall


be familiar with BAe 125-800A Aircraft Maintenance
Manual procedures.

B. PERSONNEL REQUIRED

Mechanic or designated flight crewmember.

C. EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS

Oils to conform to MIL-L-23699.

Approved engine oils:

Aeroshell 500 Exxon 2380

Aeroshell 560 Mobil Jet II

Castrol 5000 Mobil Jet 254

D. GENERAL

a. Capacities

US Pints
Total capacity of system 25.0
Total capacity of tank 13.2
Consumable 3.0

E. SERVICING ENGINE OIL SYSTEM

WARNING

Synthetic oil can be toxic – avoid prolonged contact with


the skin.

CAUTION

Do not allow oil to contaminate the aircraft or exterior of


the engine.

a. Check engine oil contents.

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1. Check level of oil at the oil tank


sightglass visible through the viewing
port in the cowling lower access door. ( )

NOTE

Check oil level within 30 minutes of engine shut


down. If the oil level is not checked within this
period, start the engine and run at idle for five
minutes, then check the oil level. The oil level
is indicated at the bottom of the sight glass float
ball.

2. Record quantity. ( )

b. Replenish engine oil via oil tank (right hand


engine).

1. Open cowling lower door. ( )

2. Gain access to oil tank on the right-hand


side of engine. ( )

3. Push oil tank filler cap down (do not


force), turn 90 degrees counter-clockwise
and lift from tank. ( )

CAUTION

Ensure the oil container is clean.

4. Fill oil tank until level at the sight glass


Registers FULL. ( )

5. Inspect and renew filler cap seal if


necessary. ( )

6. Insert filler cap into tank, push down


(do not use force) and turn 90 degrees
clockwise to secure. ( )

7. Close cowling lower access door. ( )

8. Record quantity serviced. ( )

c. Replenish engine oil via filler tube (left-hand


engine).

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1. Open cowling lower door. ( )

2. Gain access to the oil filler tube on the


left-hand side of engine. ( )

3. Push filler cap down (do not use force),


turn 90 degrees counter-clockwise and
lift out. ( )

CAUTION

Ensure the oil container is clean.

4. Fill oil tank until level at the sight glass


registers FULL. ( )

5. Inspect and renew filler tube cap seal,


if necessary. ( )

6. Insert filler cap into filler tube, push down,


(do not use force) and turn 90 degrees
clockwise to secure cap. ( )

7. Record quantity serviced. ( )

8. Close cowling lower access door. ( )

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HYDRAULICS

A. REFERENCES

Personnel required to accomplish hydraulic servicing shall


be familiar with BAe 125-800A Maintenance Manual
procedures.

B. PERSONNEL REQUIRED

One mechanic.

C. EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS

Spanner, reservoir filler cap BAe 25Y 189A

Flashlight.

Hydraulic fluid MIL-H-5606E

D. GENERAL

Tank capacity:

Reservoir US pints

Main 19.22

Auxiliary 6.01

E. HYDRAULIC SYSTEM SERVICING

a. Check main system reservoir contents.

1. Ensure landing gear DOWN and


airbrakes SHUT. ( )

2. Gain access to main reservoir in


fuselage rear equipment bay. ( )

3. Check accumulator pressure gauges


and note readings. ( )

4. Check fluid level in level indicator tube


against appropriate markings on adjacent
label for readings noted. ( )

b. Replenish main system reservoir.

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WARNING

Hydraulic fluid may cause skin irritation. Avoid


prolonged or repeated contact with the skin. In
case of eye contact, flush the eyes with water and
obtain medical aid. In case of ingestion, obtain
medical aid.

CAUTION

Before replenishing, ensure that filter in filler neck


is in position and undamaged. Always use clean
hydraulic fluid.

1. Cut lockwire from reservoir filler cap. ( )

2. Loosen reservoir filler cap slowly with


spanner allowing residual pressure to
release and gauge reading to fall to zero. ( )

3. Replenish reservoir as necessary. ( )

4. Check contents level. ( )

5. Check that pressure release in filler


cap is unobstructed and that sealing
ring is undamaged and correctly seated. ( )

6. Install filler cap and wirelock. ( )

7. Clean up any spilt fluid. ( )

c. Check auxiliary system reservoir contents.

1. Release front radome fasteners. ( )

2. Secure radome in open position. ( )

3. Remove "Velcro" secure fabric cover


on forward bulkhead. ( )

4. Check auxiliary system reservoir fluid


level in indicator tube. ( )

d. Replensih auxiliary tank.

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HYDRAULICS (Con't.)

1. Cut lockwire and remove filler cap from


tank. ( )

2. Replenish tank until fluid visible in filler


neck rises to top of level indicator tube. ( )

3. Check that sealing ring on filler neck is


undamaged and correctly seated. ( )

4. Install filler cap and wirelock. ( )

5. Energize PE busbar. ( )

6. Check that the AUX HYD LO LEVEL


annunciator on the MWS panel does not
illuminate. ( )

7. De-energize PE busbar. ( )

8. Clean up any spilt fluid. ( )

9. Refit "Velcro" secured fabric cover on


forward bulkhead. ( )

10. Close front radome and secure fasteners. ( )

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ICE AND RAIN PROTECTION

A. REFERENCES

Personnel required to accomplish ice and rain protection


servicing shall be familiar with BAe 125-800A Maintenance
Manual procedures.

B. PERSONNEL REQUIRED

One mechanic. More personnel may be required


depending on the severity of the conditions.

C. EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS

Fluid specification TKS fluid R328 or fluid to


Specification
DTD 406B or TKS P .208
(TKS 80).

D. GENERAL

Tank capacity 5.5 US gallons.

E. AIRFRAME DEICING SYSTEM

a. Prime aircraft system

1. Energize PS2 busbar. ( )

2. Check that system contents gauge


Indicates at least 1/4 FULL. ( )

3. Depress vent valve adjacent to tank


filler cap for at least ten seconds. ( )

4. Set the WING/TAIL ANTIICE time switch


to run for two minutes. ( )

5. Check that fluid flows from all


distributor panels. ( )

NOTE

If fluid does not flow reselect, the time switch


for brief periods until flow occurs.

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b. Replenish airframe system tank

1. Check system is fully primed. ( )

2. Remove tank filler cap. ( )

3. With reference to system gauge fill


the tank. ( )

4. View through filler neck and check that


tank is full. ( )

NOTE

Replenishing fluid should not be at a


temperature lower than 0 degrees C.

5. Check that filler cap washer is


serviceable. ( )

6. Fit and tighten filler cap. ( )

7. Clean off any spilt fluid. ( )

8. De-energize PS2 busbar. ( )

F. REMOVE HOAR FROST, SNOW OR ICE

The procedures in TI 4100.30, "Aircraft Deicing/Anti-


Icing/Cold Weather Ground Operation Manual, take
precedence over these procedures.

WARNING

Remove all snow, ice and hoar frost before flight.

a. Equipment and Materials

A power operated defrosting plant cart, of adequate


fluid capacity, capable of delivering heated fluid
and equipped with spray lances.

Ground servicing stands, to enable an operator to


direct the spray down onto the aerofoil surfaces.

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WARNING

Deicing fluids have a limited period of


effectiveness. Observe the safe period appropriate
to the strength and properties of the fluid used.

Kilfrost ABC (DTD 900/4907).


Kilfrost WWF MOD2 (DTD 900/4939) for acrylic
windows.

CAUTION

Although the fluid passes the DTD crazing test for


transparent panels, take care to prevent damage by
overheating, which will occur if hot spray is
concentrated on one panel for an excessive time.

b. General application

WARNING

During these operations the surfaces will be very


slippery due to the snow, ice or deicing fluid; use a
servicing stand whenever possible. Failing this,
use mainplane mats and safety belts and take
other similar precautions. When applying the
deicing fluids, always stand windward of the
aircraft. Use goggles and wear suitable protective
clothing.

CAUTION

The deicing fluid used must be to a concentration


and a temperature in accordance with the fluid
manufacturer's instructions provided the following
limitations are not exceeded.

The temperature of the fluid applied to the aircraft


must not exceed 80 deg. C (176 deg.F) and if the
spray rate per lance exceeds ten gallons/minute,
reduce the temperature to 60 deg.C (140 deg.F).

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Before applying fluid make certain that covers and


blanks are fitted to the following:

Static vents
Pitot heads
Stall detector vane.

Ground the Aircraft.

To prevent possible ingestion of deicing fluid, do


not operate APU while deicing is in progress. After
clearing snow from the surfaces, make certain the
following are free from snow or ice:

(1) All air intakes.

(2) Control surface hinges.

(3) Gaps between wing trailing edge shroud


and flaps, airbrakes and ailerons.

(4) Gaps between horizontal stabilizer and


elevators.

(5) Gaps between rudder and vertical stabilizer.

(6) Wheel brakes.

(7) Landing gear bays.

(8) All doors and external drains.

(9) Cold air unit ram air exhaust outlet and


duct.

c. Remove hoar frost

1. Spray with deicing fluid diluted to fluid


manufacturer's instructions. ( )

NOTE

Under severe frost forming conditions after


defrosting, give a further light application of the
concentrated fluid to ensure the maximum hold-
over period.

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d. Remove sleet and freezing rain

1. Spray with undiluted deicing fluid. ( )

CAUTION

After spraying, examine surface thoroughly, as


ice formed by freezing rain can be difficult to
see under the deicing fluid.

e. Remove snow – Dry

CAUTION

Care should be taken to avoid damaging the vortex


generators on the wing top surface.

1. Remove snow by brushing surfaces. ( )

2. Check that no snow has been trapped


in control surfaces gaps or hinges. ( )

NOTE

If the ambient temperature is above freezing,


the snow can be removed by the application of
a hot air blast and the cleared surfaces sprayed
with diluted deicing fluid.

f. Remove Snow – Wet

1. Remove snow with rubber squeegees. ( )

2. Check that no snow has been trapped


in control surfaces gaps or hinges. ( )

NOTE

If ice formed under the snow, clear by spraying


with deicing fluid.

g. Frozen snow and ice films

1. Remove loose snow. ( )

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2. Apply a heavy spray of fluid per


manufacturer's instructions. ( )

3. Brush snow as fluid is being applied. ( )

4. Check all frozen deposits have


been removed. ( )

5. Apply a final light spray of deicing fluid. ( )

NOTE

If the ambient temperature is above freezing,


ducted hot air blasts may be used to disperse
the ice.

CAUTION

Do not use hot air blasts near windows. Take


extreme care to prevent damage by
overheating to painted surfaces, rubber, glass,
acrylic or glass fiber, hydraulic pipelines, grease
or oiled surfaces.

h. Deicing windshield

1. Apply a light spray of Kilfrost deicing fluid


WWW MOD2 to windshield. ( )

2. Clean any smearing with a warm damp rag. ( )

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LANDING GEAR/TIRES

A. REFERENCES

Personnel required to accomplish landing gear or tire


servicing shall be familiar with the BAe 125-800A
Maintenance Manual procedures.

B. PERSONNEL REQUIRED

Two mechanics.

C. EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS

Nitrogen Cart

Turner inflation adapter - Turner 772


Gauge (0-600 psi) - Turner F29/24/600
Gauge (0-1500 psi) - Turner F29/24/1500

WARNING

The use of high pressure nitrogen bottles is required and it


is essential that a suitable pressure reducing valve is
incorporated in the delivery line.

CAUTION

If nitrogen is not available, it is permissible to use dry air


for inflation provided that, at the earliest opportunity, the
nose or main leg is completely recharged with nitrogen. It
is recommended that only nitrogen be used for inflation.

D. NOSE AND MAIN GEAR ASSEMBLIES SERVICING

a. Check nitrogen inflation pressures

1. Remove nose/main leg charging


point blanking cap. ( )

2. Install inflation adapter with gauge. ( )

3. Check nose main leg pressure. ( )

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4. Check that the extension of the leg is


correct for the pressure indicated.
(Figure 12-1 and Figure 12-2). ( )

NOTE

Should the leg extension be incorrect, refer to


BAe 124-800A Maintenance Manual Chapter
32 – Main Leg Assembly or Nose Leg
Assembly, as appropriate.

5. Remove inflation adapter. ( )

6. Refit nose/main leg charging point


blanking cap. ( )

b. Inflate nose/main leg assemblies

1. Examine leg for signs of oil leakage. ( )

2. Remove nose/main leg charging point


blanking cap. ( )

3. Install inflation adapter with gauge to


charging point. ( )

4. Connect nitrogen supply to inflation


adapter. ( )

5. Inflate as necessary with nitrogen until


pressure/extension is within limits given. ( )

6. Shut off charging supply. ( )

7. Disconnect charging equipment. ( )

8. Check for leaks. ( )

9. Refit charging point blanking cap. ( )

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MAIN GEAR PRESSURE/EXTENSION CHART

Figure 12-1

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NOSE GEAR PRESSURE/EXTENSION CHART

Figure 12-2

E. AIRCRAFT TIRES SERVICING

NOTE

After landing there will be a rise in main wheel tire


pressure to brake heat. Allowance must be made for
this pressure rise when checking tire pressures if the
duration of the stop does not permit waiting for the gas in
the tire to cool.

a. Check tire pressures

1. Remove dust cap. ( )

2. Connect inflation connector. ( )

3. Check tire pressure using inflation


gauge (pressure range 0-200 psi) against
Table 1. ( )

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TIRE PRESSURES - psi


Main Wheels Nose Wheels

+10 +10
137 100
-0 -0
TABLE #1

NOTE

Pressures apply with aircraft weight on wheels.

4. Disconnect inflation connector. ( )

5. Install dust cap. ( )

b. Inflate tires

CAUTION

If nitrogen is not available, it is permissible to use


dry air for inflation provided that at the earliest
opportunity but not later than after a further 25
flying hours, the tire is completely recharged with
nitrogen.

NOTE

The use of high pressure nitrogen bottles is


required and it is essential that a suitable pressure
reducing valve is incorporated in the delivery line.

1. Remove dust cap. ( )

2. Connect inflation connector. ( )

3. Connect nitrogen source. ( )

4. Inflate tires as required. ( )

5. Shut off nitrogen supply. ( )

6. Disconnect nitrogen source. ( )

7. Remove inflation connector. ( )

8. Install dust cap. ( )

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OXYGEN SERVICING

A. REFERENCES

Personnel required to accomplish oxygen servicing shall


be familiar with BAe 125-800A Aircraft Maintenance
Manual procedures.

B. PERSONNEL REQUIRED

Two mechanics.

C. EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS

Aviator's breathing oxygen.

D. OXYGEN SYSTEM SERVICING

a. Check system contents.

1. Open master SUPPLY valve on


oxygen panel on left console. ( )

2. Check contents on adjacent indicator. ( )

3. Close master SUPPLY valve. ( )

b. Replenish oxygen system

WARNING

Oil or grease in contact with oxygen forms an


explosive mixture. All servicing must be effected
with degreased tools and clean hands.

1. Open charging point access door on


right hand side of rear fuselage. ( )

2. Remove charging valve cap. ( )

WARNING

Never allow hose end fitting to contact ground


or any other unclean surface.

3. Connect hose from oxygen cart. ( )

4. Open delivery valve. ( )

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WARNING

This system must be charged slowly. Rapid


filling will cause the automatic shut-off valve to
be reset. Rapid charging will create a
dangerous overheat condition in the oxygen
cylinders.

5. Adjust regulator valve to charge system


slowly until contents gauge reads FULL. ( )

6. Close delivery valve and allow system to


stabilize. ( )

7. Check system contents gauge still


indicates FULL. ( )

8. Replenish system further if necessary until


gauge indicates FULL when stabilized. ( )

9. Close delivery valve and open system


master SUPPLY valve. ( )

10. Check system contents indicator on


flight deck reads same as contents
indicator at the charging point. ( )

11. Close system master SUPPLY valve and


check oxygen delivery valve closed. ( )

12. Disconnect hose from oxygen cart. ( )

13. Refit valve cover. ( )

14. Secure oxygen charging point access


panel. ( )

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TOILET SERVICING

A. REFERENCES

Personnel required to accomplish toilet servicing shall be


familiar with BAe 125-800A Aircraft Maintenance Manual
procedures.

B. PERSONNEL REQUIRED

One mechanic.

C. EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS

Toilet ground servicing Tronair 10-4036-000


cart (fitted with Kaiser Roylyn
special "Y" coupling Pt. No.
K1052) or equivalent low
level cart.

Drain plug extraction handle Kaiser Roylyn T4090

Toilet deodorant Monogran DG-19


(4 ounces)

Receptacle 8 gallon capacity


Fresh water

NOTE

If specified ground servicing cart is not available, toilet


servicing must be carried out using gravity discharge
procedure (see BAe 125-800A Aircraft Maintenance
Manual, Chapter 12-38).

D. SERVICE TOILET: (External servicing facility)

1. Open toilet service point access panel. ( )


See Figure 1 (Sheet 1 of 2)

2. Examine service point for signs of leakage. ( )

3. Unlock drain cap handle. ( )

4. Connect ground servicing cart drain hose


to aircraft drain with special "Y" coupling. ( )

5. Push "T" handle inward to engage drain plug. ( )

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6. Rotate handle counter-clockwise approximately


120 degrees to release plug and pull out
handle. ( )

7. Pull and hold toilet drain valve operating


handle to dump waste into sewage line. ( )

8. Make sure toilet tank empties completely. ( )

9. Operate lever on ground flush connection cap. ( )

10. Remove ground flush connection cap. ( )

11. Connect servicing cart water supply hose


to ground flush connection. ( )

12. With toilet drain valve in open position,


pump approximately two gallons of clean
water from cart to flush rinse toilet tank.

13. Allow water to drain. ( )

14. Close drain valve operating handle. ( )

15. Push "Y" coupling "T" handle in to insert plug. ( )

16. Rotate "T" handle approximately 120 degrees


clockwise to secure plug.

17. Remove "T" handle.

NOTE

If handle is difficult to withdraw, the drain plug


is not properly locked; repeat insertion of plug.

18. Disconnect drain coupling. ( )

19. Charge tank through ground flush connection


with 1.5 US gallons of clean water. ( )

20. Press toilet flush button once. ( )

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NOTE

To protect toilet recirculation system against


freezing temperatures, add anti-freeze to the flush
liquid in the ratio recommended by the anti-freeze
manufacturer.

21. Check drain plug for signs of leakage. ( )

22. Close hinged cap. ( )

23. Secure drain cap handle. ( )

24. Disconnect ground flush hose and allow


pipe to drain. ( )

25. Fit and secure ground flush connection


blanking cap. ( )

26 Close and secure service point access panel. ( )

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WATER SERVICING

A. REFERENCES

Personnel required to accomplish water servicing shall be


familiar with BAe 125-800A Aircraft Maintenance Manual
Chapter 12-38.

B. PERSONNEL REQUIRED

One mechanic.

C. EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS

Potable water cart


Water container 5.10 US gallons
Shallow receptacle 2.0 US gallons
Water receptacle 4.5 US gallons

D. DRAIN GALLEY WATER SYSTEM

1. Ensure BREWER CONTROL (P9) and


GALLEY LIGHTS (Q7) circuit breakers are
closed. ( )

2. Connect suitable length of transparent plastic


tubing to multibrewer cold water output spout
and rest free end of tubing on galley drain
grill. ( )

NOTE

Position suitable container under aircraft external


overboard drain, if required. Alternatively use
longer piece of plastic tubing and feed water
directly into suitable container inside the aircraft.

3. Energize PS2 busbar. ( )

4. Push GALLEY POWER switch to on. Check


lit. ( )

5. Set multibrewer POWER switch to ON and


HEATER switch to OFF. ( )

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6. Press and hold multibrewer COLD WATER


push button and ensure that water flows
from spout. ( )

7. Release COLD WATER button when galley


water tank is empty and flow ceases. ( )

8. Set multibrewer POWER switch to OFF. ( )

9. Remove plastic tubing from multibrewer cold


water output spout. ( )

10. De-energize PS2 busbar. ( )

E. FILL AND PRIME GALLEY WATER SYSTEM

1. Remove galley drain grill. ( )

2. Remove water tank filler cap. ( )

CAUTION

During freezing conditions water systems should


not be serviced.

3. Fill tank to bottom of filler neck.

4. Ensure BREWER CONTROL (P9) and


GALLEY LIGHTS (Q7) circuit breakers are
closed. ( )

5. Energize PS2 busbar. ( )

6. Push GALLEY POWER switch to on. Check


lit. ( )

7. Set multimeter POWER switch to ON and


HEATER switch to OFF. ( )

8. Push and hold COLD WATER button.


Release when flow of water comes from
output spout. ( )

9. Top up main water tank. ( )

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10. Check condition of filler cap and sealing


washer. ( )

11. Replace filler cap. ( )

12. Install galley drain grill. ( )

13. Set multibrewer POWER switch to OFF. ( )

14. De-energize PS2 busbar. ( )

F. DRAIN WASH WATER SYSTEM

1 Place suitable receptacle below waste water


drain fairing on right side of rear fuselage
(if required). ( )

2. Open WATER HEATER circuit breakers


(P3, P4 and P5) and ensure TOILET WASH
PUMP (P6) and GALLEY LIGHTS (Q7)
circuit breakers are closed. ( )

3. Energize PS2 busbar. ( )

4. Push GALLEY POWER and TOILET WASH


WATER switches on. Check both lit. ( )

5. Press and hold wash basin drain button. ( )

6. Open tap knob until faucet ceases to run. ( )

7. Release drain button and close tap knob. ( )

8. Push TOILET WASH WATER switch off. ( )

9. De-energize PS2 busbar. ( )

10. Attach safety clips and flags to hold WATER


heater CIRCUIT BREAKERS (P3, P4 AND P5)
open to prevent use while water tank is
drained. ( )

11. Remove receptacle from below waste water


drain fairing (if required). ( )

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G. FILL AND PRIME WASH WATER SYSTEM

1. Place suitable receptacle below waste waster


drain fairing on right side of rear fuselage
(if required). ( )

2. Remove toiletries tray from top of toilet


console to gain access to tank filling point. ( )

CAUTION

During freezing conditions tank should not be


serviced.

3. Remove sealing plug and fill wash water


tank with clean fresh water. ( )

4. Ensure all three WATER HEATER (P3, P4


and P5), TOILET WASH PUMP (P6) and
GALLEY LIGHTS (Q7) circuit breakers are
closed. ( )

5. Energize PS2 busbar. ( )

6. Push GALLEY POWER switch to on.


Check lit. ( )

7. Push TOILET WASH WATER switch on. ( )

8. Open tap knob and release as soon as airfree


water flows into washbasin. ( )

NOTE

Airfree water flow confirms system primed.

9. Press and hold drain button until washbasin is


empty. ( )

10. Top-up water tank. ( )

11. Install sealing plug. ( )

12. Replace toiletries tray. ( )

13. Push TOILET WASH WATER switch to off. ( )

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14. De-energize PS2 busbar. ( )

15. Remove receptacle from below waste water


drain fairing (if required). ( )

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APPLYING ELECTRICAL POWER

A. REFERENCES

Personnel required to apply electrical power to the


aircraft shall be familiar with BAe 125-800A Maintenance
Manual procedures.

B. PERSONNEL REQUIRED

One mechanic.

C. EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS

External power cart 28 Volts DC, with current limiter at


1100 amps.

D. APPLY EXTERNAL POWER

WARNING

Prior to applying electrical power, ensure that personnel


are not removing or installing electrical/electronic
equipment. High voltages can be fatal.

1. Aircraft status. ( )

2. BATTERY switch OFF. ( )

3. BATT ISOLATE switch centered. ( )

4. EXT BATT CHG switch OFF. ( )

5. EXT. POWER switch OFF. ( )

6. AUX COOLING PACK switch OFF. ( )

7. STBY INV switch OFF. ( )

8. SCREEN HEAT L and R switches OFF. ( )

9. PITOT/VANE HEAT L and R switches OFF. ( )

10. ENG ANTIICE 1 and 2 switches OFF. ( )

11. ENG IGNITION 1 and 2 switches OFF. ( )

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12. ENG CMPTR 1 and 2 switches OFF. ( )

13. L PUMP and R PUMP switches OFF. ( )

14. ENG SYNC switch OFF. ( )

15. FIRE ENG 1 EXT and ENG 2 EXT switches


centralized. ( )

16. EXT 1 FIRED and EXT 2 FIRED indicators


clear. ( )

17. Connect electrical ground power cart to


aircraft. ( )

18. Switch power cart on. ( )

19. Set aircraft EXT POWER switch ON. ( )

20. Cancel MWS repeater flasher. ( )

21. Check following DC POWER annunciators on:

GEN 1 FAIL ( )

GEN 2 FAIL ( )

BATT 1 CNTCTR ( )

BATT 2 CNTCTR ( )

BUSTIE OPEN ( )

22. Check busbar and battery voltages using


DC VOLTS meter and switch. ( )

23. AUX COOLING PACK switch as required. ( )

24. FIS POWER switch as required. ( )

25. EXT BATT CHG switch ON (as required). ( )

26. Check batteries 1 and 2 charge current


between 5 and 40 amps. ( )

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NOTE

Batteries will drop off-line automatically if bus


voltage goes outside limits 24.5 to 29.5 volts.
To reset, recycle EXT BATT CHG switch to
OFF then ON.

E. DISCONNECT EXTERNAL POWER

1. AUX COOLING PACK switch OFF. ( )

2. FIS POWER switch OFF. ( )

3. EXT BATT CHG switch OFF. ( )

4. APU MASTER switch OFF. ( )

CAUTION

The APU MASTER switch which energizes the


APU fuel pump directly from No. 2 Battery should
never be left in the ON position with the APU not
running as fuel pump cavitation can occur with
subsequent pump damage or failure. No. 2 Battery
could also be drained.

5. EXT POWER switch OFF. ( )

6. Switch power cart OFF. ( )

7. Disconnect power cart from aircraft. ( )

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APU GROUND OPERATION

A. REFERENCES

Personnel required to accomplish APU ground operation


shall be familiar with BAe 125-800A Maintenance Manual
procedures.

B. PERSONNEL REQUIRED

1 Operator

1 Safety observer (if required)

C. EXTERNAL PREPARATION

WARNING

When using the APU for ground air conditioning keep the
rear equipment bay door closed and where possible
aircraft facing into wind. Failure to observe the latter
requirement may result in exhaust gases entering aircraft.

1. Fuel drain outlets unobstructed. ( )

2. Start purge collector tank drained. ( )

3. APU fire extinguisher pressure gauge


indicates 600 to 625 psi. ( )

4. Oil contents level full. ( )

5. Check hourmeter and start counter record


start cycles and running time. ( )

6. No evidence of damage, fuel or oil leaks


around APU installation. ( )

7. Close rear equipment bay door. ( )

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8. APU, generator and cold air unit


unobstructed, covers removed and free from
foreign objects. ( )

9. APU fire extinguisher pressure relief indicator


intact. ( )

10. Position fire extinguisher(s). ( )

D. INTERNAL PREPARATION

1. FIRE ENG 1 EXT and ENG 2 EXT switches


centralized. ( )

2. EXT 1 FIRED and EXT 2 FIRED indicators


clear. ( )

3. SCREEN HEAT L and R switches OFF. ( )

4. PITOT/VANE HEAT L and R switches OFF. ( )

5. ENG ANTIICE 1 and 2 switches OFF ( )

6. ENG IGNITION1 and 2 switches OFF. ( )

7. ENG CMPTR 1 and 2 switches OFF. ( )

8. L PUMP and R PUMP switches OFF. ( )

9. ENG SYNC switch OFF. ( )

10. STBY INV switch OFF. ( )

11. AUX COOLING PACK switch OFF. ( )

12. EXT PWR switch OFF. ( )

13. EXT BATT CHG switch OFF. ( )

14. BATT ISOLATE switch centered. ( )

E. APU START

1. Check all circuit breakers are closed. ( )

2. EXT PWR switch ON (as required). ( )

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3. BATTERY switch ON. ( )

4. Cancel MWS repeater flasher. ( )

5. APU BLEED AIR switch OFF. ( )

6. No. 1 engine LP COCK open ( )

7. APU MASTER switch ON. ( )

8. MWS APU MSTR SW ON annunciator lit. ( )

9. APU FIRE EXT switch OFF and guarded. ( )

10. Operate APU TEST ANNUN switch and


check APU GEN OVHT, APU FAIL, APU GEN
FAIL and APU FIRE annunciators light. ( )

11. Operate APU TEST FIRE switch and check


APU FIRE annunciator lights and bell
sounds. ( )

12. Check clear for starting. ( )

13. Push APU TURBINE START switch and


release. ( )

CAUTION

After an aborted start, allow two minutes for fuel


drainage and ensure ground is free from fuel
before attempting another start. If APU fails to
start after two attempts, investigate fault.

After aborting a start, observe rpm indicator - if


APU is not running down, immediately switch off
battery and ext power; trip generator of any running
main engine, investigate fault.

14. Check APU governs at 102% on APU RPM


indicator. ( )

15. Check APU EGT indicator reads less than


1000 deg.F (538 deg.C).

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CAUTION

Select APU master switch to off if an automatic


shutdown does not occur within five seconds of an
observed overtemperature condition. (Above 1040
to 1080 deg.F) (560 to 582 deg.C).

16. EXT POWER switch OFF. ( )

17. APU GEN FAIL and BATT 2 CNTCTR


annunciators out. ( )

18. Close BUSTIE switch. ( )

19. BUSTIE OPEN annunciator out. ( )

20. BATT 1 CNTCTR annunciator out. ( )

21. APU AMP indicator shows electrical load,


less than 250 amps. ( )

NOTE

Switch either INV1 or INV2 on to operate air


conditioning system.

22. APU BLEED AIR switch ON (as required). ( )

F. APU SHUTDOWN

NOTE

The APU will automatically shut down with high EGT, high
oil temperature, low oil pressure, underspeed or
overspeed conditions.

1. APU BLEED AIR switch OFF. ( )

2. Trip APU GENERATOR switch. ( )

3. APU GEN FAIL annunciator lit. ( )

4. BUSTIE OPEN AND BATT 1 and 2 CNTCTR


annunciators lit. ( )

5. Run APU for two minutes in unloaded


condition to stabilize speed and temperature. ( )

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6. Operate APU TEST OVERSPEED switch


and ensure APU runs down. ( )

NOTE

If the APU fails to shut down, set the APU


MASTER switch to OFF and investigate the fault.
Use of the APU TEST OVERSPEED switch will
give an overspeed fault code on the ESU BITE
indicators.

7. Wait 30 seconds after APU has stopped then


select APU MASTER switch OFF. ( )

CAUTION

The APU MASTER switch which energizes the


APU fuel pump directly from No. 2 Battery, should
never be left in the ON position with the APU not
running as fuel pump cavitation can occur with
subsequent pump damage or failure. No. 2 Battery
could also be drained.

8. No. 1 engine LP COCK closed. ( )

9. BATTERY switch OFF. ( )

10. Check APU oil level after use. ( )

NOTE

Electrical power to the APU FIRE annunciator operates the


APU Fire Relay which in turn initiates the APU automatic
shutdown.

1. APU FIRE annunciator on and fire bell


ringing. ( )

2. APU MASTER switch OFF. ( )

3. No. 1 engine LP COCK closed. ( )

4. Wait ten seconds, if warning persists,


lift guard and operate FIRE EXTING switch. ( )

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5. Inform ground control tower of emergency. ( )

6. BATTERY switch OFF. ( )

7. Check APU installation for existence of fire. ( )

8. Apply external fire extinguisher as required. ( )

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POWER PLANT GROUND OPERATION

A. REFERENCES

Personnel required to accomplish ground operation of


power plant shall be familiar with BAe 125-800A
Maintenance Manual procedures.

B. PERSONNEL REQUIRED

1 qualified operator (minimum)

1 safety observer (if required)

C. GENERAL

The procedures contained herein are presented in the


shortest practical form for use by qualified personnel and
are not intended to provide full technical instructions. This
checklist provides in abbreviated form, sequenced
procedures for ground operation of the BAe 125-800A
power plants. These procedures are derived from but do
not replace the more detailed procedures contained in the
amplified checklist for powerplant operation. Operators
are alerted to the fact that all warning and caution notes
are not included herein. When malfunctions are
encountered, reference should be made to appropriate
maintenance manual.

D. EXTERNAL PREPARATION

1. Aircraft status. ( )

2. Check aircraft position and environment


satisfactory for engine ground run. ( )

3. Check nose gear centralized and MLG


wheels chocked. ( )

4. Check steering disconnect and landing gear


lock pins fitted. ( )

5. Position fire extinguisher(s). ( )

6. Clear area of all ground equipment. ( )

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7. Remove all aircraft/engine covers, blanks


and static vents. ( )

8. Check engines are unobstructed and


immediate area free of foreign object
debris (FOD). ( )

9. Remove static ground wire from aircraft


and stow. ( )

WARNING

No hats or loose clothing shall be worn in vicinity of


running engines. Ear protectors shall be worn.
Keep clear of engine intakes and exhausts.

10. Check hydraulic accumulator pressure is


at least 1750 psi. Operate hydraulic hand
pump as necessary. ( )

11. Close rear equipment bay hatch. ( )

12. Check all aircraft panels are secured for


engine ground running. ( )

E. INTERNAL PREPARATION

1. FIRE ENG 1 EXT and ENG 2 EXT


switches centralized. ( )

2. EXT 1 FIRED and EXT 2 FIRED


indication clear. ( )

3. SCREEN HEAT L and R switches OFF. ( )

4. PITOT/VANE HEAT L and R switches OFF. ( )

5. ENG ANTICE 1 and 2 switches OFF. ( )

6. ENG IGNITION 1 and 2 switches OFF. ( )

7. ENG CMPTR 1 and 2 switches OFF. ( )

8. L PUMP and R PUMP switches OFF. ( )

9. ENG SYNC switch OFF. ( )

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10. F/DK VLV switch CLOSE. ( )

11. MAIN AIR VLV 1 and 2 switches CLOSE. ( )

12. STBY INV switch OFF. ( )

13. AUX COOLING PACK switch OFF. ( )

14. EXT PWR switch ON (as required). ( )

15. EXT BATT CHG switch OFF. ( )

16. BATT ISOLATE switch centered. ( )

17. BATT switch ON. ( )

18. Cancel MWS repeater flasher. ( )

19. Ensure LANDING GEAR and O/RIDE levers


are down. ( )

20. Landing gear three greens indicated. ( )

21, Hydraulic pressure gauge reading at least


1750 psi (only with EXT PWR ON). ( )

22. Brake lever to PARK. ( )

23. Operate ENG FIRE 1 and 2 TEST switches


in turn ensuring that fire bell rings and
appropriate ENG FIRE annunciators on MWS
flashers light. ( )

24. Cancel MWS flashers. ( )

25. APR disarmed, APR OVRD and APR ARM


annunciators out. ( )

26. AUX FUEL TRANSFER valve closed. ( )

27. WING FUEL X- FEED/TRANSFER valve


closed. ( )

28 Both LP COCKS open. ( )

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29. Both HP COCKS closed. ( )

NOTE

When starting both engines, it is normal practice to


start No. 2 engine first. If it is only required to start
one engine, ignore actions referring to the unwanted
engine.

CAUTION

If it is decided to abort the engine start in the


following procedures, close the HP cock
immediately, then press the PWR on push for abort
- engine start switch if any of the engine
indications runs quickly towards its limit, or any
required indication does not appear in its specified
time limit.

F. NO. 2. ENGINE START

1. Obtain clearance from ground control tower


to start engine. ( )

2. Alert fireguard that No. 2 engine is about to


start. ( )

3. BEACON switch to ON. ( )

4. ENG CMPTR 1 and 2 switches to AUTO,


ENG 1 CMPTR and ENG 2 CMPTR MWS
annunciators out. ( )

5. L PUMP and R PUMP switches to ON. ( )

6, Operate START PWR switch, check PWR


ON PUSH FOR ABORT annunciator lit. ( )

7. FUEL 1 LO PRESS and FUEL 2 LO PRESS


annunciators OUT. ( )

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8. Press ENGINE START ENG 2 switch and


release when OPERATING annunciator
lights. ( )

9. HP COCK 2 open when N2 registers 10% rpm. ( )

NOTE

At high altitudes or in low temperature conditions it


may be necessary to enrich the fuel until the ITT
gauge reads 400 deg.C.

10. Operate FUEL ENRICH 2 switch (as required). ( )

11. Observe light up by noting steady rise in ITT


and N2 readings within 10 seconds of
operating HP Cock 2. ( )

CAUTION

Abort start if any of the following conditions occur.

a. No N1 rpm before 20% N2 rpm.

b, N1 rpm stops increasing after 20% N2 rpm.

c. ITT rapidly approaches start limit 952 deg.C.

d. N1 27% idle rpm not reached 60 seconds after


light up. N2-48 to 67% rpm.

e. N2 rpm stops increasing before reaching idle


rpm.

f. Oil 2 LO press annunciator not out before idle


rpm.

12. Check ENGINE START OPERATING 2 switch


annunciator out at 45% N2 rpm. ( )

13. Check IGN ON annunciator out. ( )

14. Check fuel flow, N1, N2, ITT and oil


pressure readings stabilize. ( )

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G. NO. 1 ENGINE START

1. Carry out No. 1 engine start by using Section


F Operations 1 thru 14 but using
appropriate No. 1 engine controls. ( )

H. ENGINE RUNNING CONDITION

1. Engine START PWR switch OFF. ( )

2. EXT PWR switch OFF. ( )

3. GEN 1 and GEN 2 FAIL annunciators out. ( )

4. BATT 1 and 2 CNCTR annunciators out. ( )

5. Check battery charging currents initially


high but reducing to below 40 amps. ( )

6. BUSTIE switch CLOSE, BUSTIE OPEN


annunciator out. ( )

I. ENGINE SHUT DOWN

NOTE

Run engines a minimum of two minutes at idle rpm


prior to commencing shut down procedure.

1. Close HP cocks. ( )

2. Check GEN 1 and GEN 2 FAIL annunciators


lit as engines run down. ( )

3. Fuel L PUMP and R PUMP switches to OFF. ( )

4. ENG CMPTR 1 and 2 switches to OFF. ( )

5. BEACON switch to OFF. ( )

6. Both LP cocks closed. ( )

7. Inform ground control tower engine run


complete. ( )

8. BATTERY switch OFF. ( )

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9. Connect aircraft ground. ( )

J. EMERGENCY ENGINE SHUT DOWN

NOTE

The following actions apply to the engine appropriate to


the ENG FIRE annunciator lit.

1. Operate BELL CANCEL switch. ( )

2. ENG FIRE annunciator lit. ( )

3. Close HP cock. ( )

4. Operate START PWR switch PUSH FOR


ABORT (Starting only). ( )

5. Close LP Cock. ( )

IF ENG FIRE WARNING PERSISTS

6. Discharge FIRE ENG EXT SHOT 1. ( )

7. Discharge FIRE ENG EXT SHOT 2,


if required. ( )

8. Inform ground control tower of emergency. ( )

9. Close other HP Cock. ( ).

10. Close other LP Cock. ( )

11. L PUMP and R PUMP switches OFF. ( )

12. EXT PWR switch OFF. ( )

13. BATTERY switch OFF. ( )

14. Apply external fire extinguisher, as required. ( )

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JACKING AND TRESTLING

A. REFERENCES

Personnel required to accomplish jacking and trestling


shall be familiar with BAe 125-800A Maintenance Manual
procedures.

B. PERSONNEL REQUIRED

One supervisor

One mechanic for each position

C. GENERAL

1. Two types of jacking:

a. Jack complete aircraft.

b. Jack main or nose gear wheels.

D. EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS

Description Quantity Part No.

Wing jacks 2 ME5 2321C


Jack pads wing 2 25Y 67A
Tail jack 1 ME4 5523
Jack pad rear 1 25Y 13A
Wing trestle profile boards 1 25Y 331A,
25Y 332A
Wheel jack 1 ME7 4925

E. JACK COMPLETE AIRCRAFT

1. Check maximum weight of aircraft below


25,255 lb. ( )

2. Check wind speed less than 10 knots. ( )

3. Check aircraft headed into wind. ( )

4. Check aircraft to be jacked is on an approved


jacking spot. ( )

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5. Ensure fuel load in wings equalized. ( )

CAUTION

True air speed (TAS) probe heater will


overheat and burn out if operated on ground.

6. Open TAS PROBE HEAT circuit breaker


(F11) on Panel DA. ( )

7. Unlock Camloc fasteners and open wing


jack point access panels. ( )

8. Remove rear jack point fairing on frame 25. ( )

9. Position jacks at each wing jack point. ( )

10. Install jack pads to wing jack sockets and


adapter head to jacks. ( )

NOTE

If a four legged jack is being used, position two of


the legs parallel to the aircraft center line. If a
tripod jack is being used, position forward leg on
and two rear legs equally disposed parallel to the
aircraft center line. This gives maximum stability
on aircraft longitudinal and lateral axis.

11. Align each jack with its corresponding jack pad


and lift jack transporter wheels clear of the
ground.

12. Check jacks stand firmly on their bases,


extend jacks until adapter heads engage with
jack pads and check jacks stand vertical. ( )

13. Check jacking area (particularly above the


horizontal stabilizer) clear of obstruction. ( )

14. Check that the landing gear lock pins are


installed. ( )

15. Release aircraft brakes. ( )

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WARNING

As jack rams extend, screw down lock collars.

16. Extend wing jacks in unison until aircraft is


level, both fore and aft and laterally. ( )

CAUTION

Do not place rear jack in position until aircraft is


level.

17. Position rear jack at rear jack point. ( )


( )

20. Check jack stands firmly on its legs and extend


jack until adapter head engages with the
jack pad. ( )

WARNING

Lock jack rams by screwing down lock collars.

21. Extend all three jacks simultaneously, making


sure that the aircraft remains level, until the
wheels are approximately three inches
clear of the ground. ( )

22. Remove chocks. ( )

23. Install trestles, as required. ( )

F. LOWER AIRCRAFT

CAUTION

Ensure brakes are off before lowering.

1. Check fuel loads in each wing are equalized. ( )

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2. Remove trestles and all equipment that


could damage the aircraft during lowering. ( )

3. Check landing gear is locked down and lock


pins installed. ( )

WARNING

Not more than one inch is allowed between jack


rams and lock collars during lowering process.

4. In unison extend each jack slightly to relieve


the load on the ram lock collar, then partially
unscrew the collar not more than one inch. ( )

5. Operate each jack pressure valve


simultaneously to make sure that jacks
retract together. ( )

CAUTION

Move tail jack clear of aircraft as soon as jack is


unloaded. Any difference between lowering rates
at the main wing jacks causes tail movement, with
the possibility that the tail jack may damage the
aircraft structure.

6. When weight of aircraft is on landing gear,


install chocks front and rear of main wheels.( )

7. Apply aircraft brakes. ( )

8. Remove jacks. ( )

9. Remove jack pads from aircraft sockets. ( )

10. Install wing and tail jacking access panels. ( )

11. Close TAS PROBE HEAT circuit breaker


(F11) on Panel DA. ( )

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JACKING AND TRESTLING (Con't.)

G. JACK MAIN OR NOSE GEAR WHEELS

1, Check weight of aircraft-up to maximum


takeoff weight. ( )

NOTE

The jack can be placed in position if one or both


tires are deflated provided the distorted tires permit
its correct positioning, if not it will be necessary to
raise the wheel by insertion of wooden blocks
under the tires or by normal jacking.

2. Position chocks to the front and rear of


wheels not being jacked. ( )

3. Position wheel change jack to the rear of


nose gear or forward of the main gear, as
required. ( )

4. Extend jack ram to engage jack head with


leg jack pad. ( )

5. Extend jack until wheels are clear of the


ground. ( )

H. LOWER MAIN OR NOSE GEAR WHEELS

1. Move all equipment clear of aircraft. ( )

2 Operate pressure release valve to retract


jacks. Remove jack. ( )

3. Place wheel chocks front and rear of main


wheels. ( )

4, Apply brakes. ( )

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