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2015

Helicopter Maintenance Tips - December 2015

Posted 4 years 231 days ago ago by ScottSkola     2 Comments
ScottSkola

Another Bendix booklet, but for the good old C28. Appreciate all the support from the peanut gallery this year. And as requested, look for some changes next year as I add new content and info. Enjoy.

ATA 76

Rolls-Royce 250-C28 Series: These Bendix booklets used to be worth their weight in gold. They gave a better intro to adjusting the fuel controls back when engine manuals were lacking. Knowledge is king. You’ll need an Adobe Reader program to view. C-30 book to follow. [Submitted by Rw]

 

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Send an email to [email protected] Enter tip type (general, aircraft, component, ground support, etc.) in subject line. Describe the tip in as much detail as needed and be sure to include any basic info for those readers who lack experience on specific model. Ensure the aircraft/component model and your credit preference (anonymous, nickname, real name) are included in the email. No email addresses will be shared or permanently stored and will be deleted once tip is posted in the blog.  



About the author: After 32 years maintaining helicopters in various capacities, Scott concluded a full time career with a major operator in 2014. When not pursuing future writing projects, he can still be seen around the flight line tinkering on aircraft for beer money.  He can be contacted at [email protected]


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  • davidnelson 2 years 6 days ago
    Your aircraft is an investment and likely one of your costliest assets, so it’s a no-brainer to ensure that you do everything possible to keep it in top shape. Additionally, you need to ensure that it is always safe to fl
  • do your assignment 4 years 150 days ago
    Every mechanic, at some time in his or her career, has needed the advice of another mechanic during the troubleshooting process, even if it were only to bounce an idea off of them.