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A319

A320

QUICK TURN FAULT ASSISTANCE

Philosophy and Use

NOTE:

The aircraft is equipped with a high number of


digital items of equipment. In most of the cases,
computers may be recovered after an abnormal
behavior or a detected fault, either by a software
reset (reset of microprocessor) or by interrupting
the power supply of its processing parts for a short
time. This is achieved with the normal cockpit
controls (engagement levers, pushbutton switches)
by selecting the related control off then on or by
action on the corresponding circuit breaker.

Ref. TSM 00 - INTRODUCTION - CONTENTS

UNCONTROLLED Rev. 07/2011


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Computer Reset Procedure

Note: The computer reset procedure is only applicable


for aircraft on the ground.
Note: The computer reset procedure is not a
troubleshooting procedure. But, the line maintenance
personnel can use it (to prevent technical delay) if the
computers do not operate correctly. Then the aircraft
can go to a local repair center for maintenance. If there
is more than one reset for each flight leg for a given
computer, it is necessary to do the specific
troubleshooting procedure for the applicable system. If
after the reset, the computer operates correctly, no
troubleshooting is necessary.

To do Computer Reset:

(a) Set the related normal cockpit control to OFF, or


open the related circuit breaker as specified in the
reset procedure.
(b) Wait 3 seconds if a normal cockpit control is used,
or 5 seconds if a circuit breaker is used (unless a
different time is indicated).
(c) Set the related normal cockpit control to ON, or
close the related circuit breaker.
(d) Wait 3 seconds for the end of the reset.

Ref. TSM 24-00-00-810-818


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Ref. FCOM 3.04.24

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ATA 05 - Time Limits/Maintenance Checks
AMM Task 05-50-00-040-002 Quick Dispatch Guide and Cross-References
AMM Task 05-50-00-790-001 Fluid Leak Measurement - M/P
TSM Task 05-50-00-810-801 In Flight Airframe Vibrations or Pitch
Oscillations or Noises - Identification of the Cause of In-Flight Airframe
Vibrations and/or Noises
AMM Task 05-51-11-200-004 Inspection After Hard/Overweight Landing for
Aircraft with Enhanced DMU/FDIMU Load Report 15
AMM Task 05-51-12-200-001 Inspection after Landing Gear Extension at more
than the Geardown Limiting Speed
AMM Task 05-51-13-200-001 Inspection after Flap/Slat Extension at more than
the Flap/Slat Limiting Speed
AMM Task 05-51-14-200-001 Inspection of the Airframe after a Bird or Hail
Strike in Flight
AMM Task 05-51-14-200-002 Inspection of the Airframe after a Hail Strike on
Ground
AMM Task 05-51-15-200-001 Inspection after a Tire Burst or Tread Throw or
Wheel Failure
AMM Task 05-51-16-200-001 Inspection After Brake Emergency Application or
Overheat
AMM Task 05-51-17-200-001 Inspection after in Flight Excessive Load
Factor due to Turbulence or Maneuver or in Excess of VMO/MMO
Subtask 05-51-17-941-054 (Rev. Date: Feb 01/10)
A. Inspection Requirements
(1)Do this inspection if the flight crew report flight in excessive turbulence or in excess of
VMO/MMO, or the data from the Digital Flight Recording System (DFDRS) or the data
from the QAR (if installed) show:
NOTE: Excessive turbulence is identified as turbulence that causes large, sudden changes
in altitude and/or attitude. It usually causes large variations in airspeed. Passengers
and crew are moved violently against their seat belts and loose objects are moved
around the aircraft.

NOTE: If severe turbulence is experienced, there may also be high lateral loads in cases of
AP disconnection, manual mode, rudder input...
For high lateral loads, refer to the chapter (Ref. AMM TASK 05-51-44-200-001).
(a)Turbulence or maneuvers that caused a vertical load factor equal to or more than:
- +2.5 g or -1 g (clean configuration): VRTA 2,5g or VRTA -1g
- +2 g or 0 g (flaps and/or slats extended): VRTA 2g or VRTA 0g, or
(b)Speeds that were more than VMO + 20 Kts (CAS), or
(c)Speeds that were more than MMO + 0.04 M, or
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(d)Speeds that were more than VMO or MMO and at which there was a vertical load
factor equal to or more than +2 g or 0 g.
(2)Confirmation that the inspection is necessary:
(a)After a report of flight in excessive turbulence you must do the inspection before next flight
unless:
- The parameters recorded by the DFDR/QAR (if installed), or in the DMU load report 15 are
less than the values specified above.
(b)After a flight crew report of flight in excess of VMO/MMO, you must do the inspection
before next flight unless:
- The values in the flight crew report are less than the values specified above, or
- The parameters recorded by the DFDR/QAR (if installed) are less than the values specified
above.
(3)Also do this inspection if there was generation of DMU load report 15. This report shows
that excessive vertical acceleration occurred during the flight
(Ref. AMM TASK 31-37-00-200-001) .
NOTE: Generation of a DMU load report 15 can occur immediately after the vertical
acceleration, or during flight phase 9 or 10 in relation with the DMU programming.

NOTE: If there is a DMU load report 15 without a flight crew report, do the inspections or do
a check of the DFDR data to confirm the values in the report.

AMM Task 05-51-18-200-001 Inspection after Lightning Strike


AMM Task 05-51-19-200-001 Inspection of the Engine after a Bird Strike or
Slush Ingestion
AMM Task 05-51-21-200-001 Inspection after a Tail Runway Impact
AMM Task 05-51-22-200-001 Inspection After a NLG Towing Overload or
Overrun
AMM Task 05-51-23-200-001 Inspection after NLG Steering Angle of more than
95 deg.
AMM Task 05-51-24-200-001 Inspection after Leaving Runway or Taxiway
AMM Task 05-51-25-200-002 Inspection after Flight through Dust Storm or
Dust Contamination on Ground
AMM Task 05-51-25-200-003 Inspection after Flight through Volcanic Ash or
Volcanic Ash Contamination on Ground
AMM Task 05-51-26-200-001 INSPECTION AFTER ENGINE FAILURE
You must do this inspection after an engine failure:
- the engine is not balanced after one or several blades (fan or other blades) is/are
damaged/missing.
- the engine is seized.
You must remove the engines for these failures.

AMM Task 05-51-27-200-001 Inspection after Impact on Engine Cowls


AMM Task 05-51-28-200-002 Procedure after Fluid Spillage
- For aircraft cleaning after a sewage leakage (Ref. AMM TASK 51-78-00-615-001)
For aircraft cleaning after a hydraulic fluid leakage (Ref. AMM TASK 51-78-00-615-002)
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- For aircraft cleaning after leakage from a fish shipment (Ref. AMM TASK 51-78-00-615-003)
For aircraft cleaning after an acid or alkali leakage (Ref. AMM TASK 51-78-00-615-004)
- For Inspection after mercury spillage (Ref. AMM TASK 51-78-00-200-001)

AMM Task 05-51-29-200-001 Inspection after Abnormal Movement of the


Pax/Crew Door
AMM Task 05-51-31-200-001 Inspection after Significant MLG Vibration at
Touch-Down
This inspection is recommended to make sure that the bottom cardan joint and the torque link
installation are in a serviceable condition if significant MLG vibration occurs at touchdown.

AMM Task 05-51-34-200-001 Inspection after Engine Windmilling (After Engine


In-Flight Shut-Down)
AMM Task 05-51-35-200-001 Inspection after Impact on Wing Tip/Fence
AMM Task 05-51-41-200-001 Inspection after Overweight Taxiing
AMM Task 05-51-42-200-001 Inspection after Very High Winds on Ground
AMM Task 05-51-43-700-001 Inspection after Work on System Electrical
Installation
AMM Task 05-51-44-200-001 Inspection after Aircraft Operation with High
Lateral Acceleration
To do an inspection of the aircraft for structural damage after a flight or high speed ground operation during which high
lateral accelerations occurred.

NOTE: Typical examples of conditions that can cause high lateral load factors are:
- loss of control with yaw and/or roll maneuvers,
- heavy turbulence with A.P. disconnection or in manual mode,
- system failures such as rudder trim runaway with crew take-over,
- etc
.
Subtask 05-51-44-210-050 (Rev. Date: Feb 01/10)
A. Inspection requirements
(1)Do this inspection after a flight crew report of high/severe lateral acceleration in flight if:
- High lateral acceleration is more than plus or minus 0.35g or
- Severe lateral acceleration is more than plus or minus 0.41g.
NOTE: You must obtain the lateral acceleration data report from the DFDR/QAR (if
installed) or with the DMU/FDIMU load report 15.

NOTE: The plus or minus sign of the lateral acceleration is not important. It is the absolute
value (magnitude) of the lateral acceleration that is important.
(2)Confirmation that inspection is necessary:
(a)If the value of the in-flight lateral acceleration is between 0.35g and 0.41g:
- do the inspection given in Para. 4.A of this procedure,
- send the DFDR report (or equivalent) for the section of the flight during which the event
occurred to AIRBUS for analysis.

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06 - Dimensions and Areas

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12 Servicing
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AMM 12-11-28 PB 301 - FUEL SYSTEM - SERVICING
AMM Task 12-12-29-611-001 Fill the Hydraulic Fluid Reservoir with a Hand
Pump
AMM Task 12-12-32-610-001 Check Shock Absorber Charge Pressure and
Fluid Level

AMM Task 12-12-32-610-001-01 Check Shock Absorber Charge Pressure and


Fluid Level
AMM Task 12-12-32-611-001 Check/Replenishment NLG Shock Absorber Fluid
Level
AMM Task 12-12-32-611-005 Replenishment of the NLG Shock Absorber
(Aircraft on Jacks)
AMM Task 12-12-32-611-002 Replenishment of the Alternate Brake Reservoir
(2624GM)
AMM Task 12-12-32-611-004 Check Fluid Level of Main Landing Gear Shock
Absorber
AMM Task 12-12-32-611-008 Hydraulic Replenishment of the MLG Two-Stage
Shock Absorber
AMM Task 12-12-32-611-006 Replenishment of the MLG Torque Link Damper
AMM Task 12-13-24-612-011 IDG Servicing - Filling of the IDG with Oil or
Addition of Oil after a Level Check
AMM Task 12-13-24-612-010 Do Quick Oil Servicing - Filling of the
Integrated Drive Generator (IDG) with Oil for Oil Complement after Level
Check
AMM Task 12-13-27-612-001 Oil Replenishment of the THS Actuator (9CE)
AMM Task 12-13-49-612-001 Check APU Oil Level and Replenish
(Ref. AMM Task 49-90-00-600-004)
AMM Task 12-13-79-610-011 Check Engine Oil Level and Replenish
AMM Task 12-13-80-600-010 Replenishment of Starter Oil System
AMM Task 12-14-29-614-001 Fill the Hydraulic Power Accumulators
1070GM/2070GM/3070GM with Nitrogen
AMM Task 12-14-32-614-001 Nitrogen Filling of the Tires
AMM Task 12-14-32-614-002 Nitrogen Filling of the Yellow Hydraulic
System, Brake Pressure Accumulator
AMM Task 12-14-32-614-003 Check Charge Pressure of Main Landing Gear
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Shock Absorber
AMM Task 12-14-32-200-001 Inspection of the MLG Shock Absorbers
Before Flight
AMM Task 12-14-32-614-004 Check NLG Shock Absorber Charge Pressure
AMM 12-15-38 PB 301 - POTABLE WATER - SERVICING
AMM Task 12-16-38-613-001 Servicing of the Toilet System
AMM Task 12-17-30-200-001 Inspection/Check of the Level and Pressure of
the Rain Repellent Fluid

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20 - Standard Practices - Airframe - General
AMM Task 20-11-11-911-001 WIRELOCKING
AMM Task 20-15-00-910-001 Handling Precautions for Electrostatic Discharge
Sensitive Devices
AMM 20-21-00 PB 001 - STANDARD TORQUES
This section gives the tightening torques for:
- standard threaded fasteners,
- pipes unions (not for oxygen),
- flight control threaded fasteners,
- oxygen unions,
- electrical component fasteners.

AMM 20-22-00 PB 201 R/I of STA-LOK Nuts and Lockwashers


AMM 20-23-11 PB 201 Installation and Repair of Tubing - M/P
AMM Task 20-23-21-911-001 Removal/Installation of the Bobbins from their
Housings and Installation of O-rings, Square Seals, and Back-up Rings on the
Bobbins
AMM Task 20-23-22-910-001 Marking of the Unions after Standard or Specific
Tightening Torque Application
ESPM 20-25-42 figure 006 (Sheet 1) Contact Insertion/Extraction Tools
Miscellaneous connection Types M181969/14 & Equivalent Tools
AMM Task 20-28-00-869-002 Electrical Bonding - Table of the
Maximum Permitted Resistance Values Ohmmeter P/N: AVTRON T477W or
C15292

AMM Task 20-29-00-911-002 Removal/Installation of an O-ring (Hydraulic


Systems)
ESPM 20-42-13 Ends Caps (Airbus)
ESPM 20-43-00 Splice and Pressure Seals (Airbus)
A. Splices
(1) Butt splices (Ref. 20-43-11)
(2) Parallel splices (Ref. 20-43-12)
(3) Crimp-end splices (Ref. 20-43-13)
(4) Miscellaneous junction items (Ref. 20-43-19)
B. Pressure seals
(1) Pressure seals type DTP (Ref. 20-43-41)
(2) Pressure seals-compound filled (Ref. 20-43-42)

ESPM 20-45-11 Illuminated PUSHBUTTON SWITCHES (Airbus) - R/I &


Relamping

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ESPM 20-51-00 Standard Processes (Airbus)
A. Safetying Processes (Ref.20-51-10)
B. Soldering Processes (Ref.20-51-30)
C. Stacking of Terminals (Ref.20-51-40)
D. Torque Principle (Ref.20-51-50)

ESPM 20-53-00 Repair Procedures (Airbus)


A. Electrical Cable Repair Processes (Ref. 20-53-2X) (Repair of EFCS and Sensitive Cables - 20-53-27)
B. Harness Protection Repair Processes (Ref. 20-53-3X)
C. Harness Attachment Repair Processes (Ref. 20-53-4X)
D. Standard Electrical Item Repair Processes (Ref. 20-53-5X)

ESPM 20-54-00 Protection During Maintenance Checks (Airbus)


ESPM 20-55-00 Cleaning Procedures (Airbus)
A. General Cleaning (Ref. 20-55-10).
B. Cleaning of Wires (Ref. 20-55-20).
C. Cleaning of Conduits (Ref. 20-55-30).
D. Cleaning of Standard Electrical Items (Ref. 20-55-50).
- connectors.
- terminal block modules.
- grounding modules.
- relays and bases.
- pushbutton switches, lights.
- circuit breakers.
- terminals.
E. Cleaning of Bundle Attachments (Ref. 20-55-40).

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21 - Air Conditioning
21 Air pack regulator fault
Pack 1 122VU Y18, Y19, X21, X22
Pack 2 122VU Y20, Y21, W21, W22
Ref. TSM Task 24-00-00-810-818
21 Cabin trim air valve
Caution: Engines must be shut down
122VU V17 ZONE TEMP CTL AC SYS 1
122VU V19 ZONE TEMP CTL DC SYS 1
122VU V18 ZONE TEMP CTL AC SYS 2
122VU V20 ZONE TEMP CTL DC SYS 2
21 Vent Avionics Blower/Extract, or VENT AVNCS SYS FAULT
122VU Y17 AVNCS VENT MONG
IF NO HELP
49VU D05 AVNCS VENT CTL
49VU D06 AVNCS VENT CTL
IF NO HELP
123VU AE02 AVNCS VENT EXTC FAN
123VU AD10 AVNCS VENT BLOWER FAN
Ref. TSM Task 24-00-00-810-818
21 COND ZONE REGUL FAULT
122VU V17 ZONE TEMP CTL AC SYS 1
122VU V18 ZONE TEMP CTL AC SYS 2
Ref. TSM Task 24-00-00-810-818
21 AIR FWD (AFT) CRG VENT FAULT
49VU C07 AFT CARGO / VENT / CTL & MONG
Ref. TSM Task 24-00-00-810-818
21 COND AFT CRG HEAT FAULT
49VU C07 AFT CARGO / VENT / CTL & MONG
Ref. TSM Task 24-00-00-810-818
21-31 AIR CPC1 FAULT Reset 49VU D09
Ref. TSM Task 24-00-00-810-818
21-31 AIR CPC2 FAULT Reset 122VU Y22, Y23
Ref. TSM Task 24-00-00-810-818
-Operational Test of Avionics Equipment Ventilation Computer (AEVC) (With
MCDU)
AMM Task 21-26-00-710-001
-Operational Test of the Pressure Control and Monitoring (CPC) (With MCDU)
AMM Task 21-31-00-710-002
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-Operational Test of the Flow Control and Indicating System
AMM Task 21-51-00-710-002
-Operational Test of the Flow Control Valves Closing
AMM Task 21-51-00-710-003
-Operational Test of the Pack Temperature Control System (With MCDU)
AMM Task 21-61-00-710-001 (Rev Date: Feb 01/10)
NOTE: The test is only available if both pack flow-control show closed on BLEED page.
Configuration for test: - HOT AIR P/B SW in ON position; both Packs P/B SW in OFF
NOTE: If the test shows:
NO TEST RESULT RECEPTION FROM P1/P2 CONT instead of TEST OK:

- do the related trouble shooting procedure


TSM TASK 21-61-00-810-863 or TSM TASK 21-61-00-810-864

NO TEST RESULT RECEPTION FROM P1/P2 CONT instead of TEST OK and the
post flight report gives the warning AIR PACK 1/2 REGUL FAULT:
- do the related trouble shooting procedure
TSM TASK 21-61-00-810-820 or TSM TASK 21-61-00-810-821 .

-Functional Test of the Cockpit and Cabin Temperature Control (Without


CFDS/MCDU)
AMM Task 21-63-00-720-001

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Circuit Breakers A320 (AMM 24-50-00 PB001)

21 - AIR CONDITIONNING
31HN AFT CARGO / VENT / CTL & MONG (ON A/C 001-049, 101-199) 49 VU C-07
30HN AFT CARGO VENT / FAN (ON A/C 001-049, 101-199) 122 VU S-22
5HQ AVNCS / VENT / CTL (ON A/C ALL) 49 VU D-05
6HQ AVNCS / VENT / CTL (ON A/C ALL) 49 VU D-06
1HQ AVNCS / VENT / BLOWER FAN (ON A/C ALL) 123 VU AD-10
2HQ AVNCS / VENT / EXTC FAN (ON A/C ALL) 123 VU AE-02
3HQ AVNCS / VENT / MONG (ON A/C ALL) 122 VU Y-17
1HL CAB PRESS / CTL 1 (ON A/C ALL) 49 VU D-09
2HL CAB PRESS / CTL 2 (ON A/C ALL) 122 VU Y-22
3HL CAB PRESS / CTL MAN (ON A/C ALL) 122 VU Y-23
1HB FLOW / CTL & IND 1 (ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-105) 49 VU D-07
2HB FLOW / CTL & IND 2 (ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-105) 122 VU V-21
3HB FLOW / MIXER FLAP (ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-105) 122 VU V-22
5HU LAV/GALLEY / VENT CTL / EXTRACT FAN / CTL (ON A/C ALL) 122 VU U-21
6HU LAV/GALLEY / VENT CTL / EXTRACT FAN/SPLY (ON A/C ALL) 122 VU U-19
1HH PACK TEMP / CTL SYS 1 / 1 / 115VAC (ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-105) 122 VU X-22
3HH PACK TEMP / CTL SYS 1 / 1 / 28VDC (ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-105) 122 VU X-21
21HH PACK TEMP / CTL SYS 1 / 2 / 115VAC (ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-105) 122 VU W-22
23HH PACK TEMP / CTL SYS 1 / 2 / 28VDC (ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-105) 122 VU W-21
2HH PACK TEMP / CTL SYS 2 / 1 / 115VAC (ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-105) 122 VU Y-18
4HH PACK TEMP / CTL SYS 2 / 1 / 28VDC (ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-105) 122 VU Y-19
22HH PACK TEMP / CTL SYS 2 / 2 / 115VAC (ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-105) 122 VU Y-20
24HH PACK TEMP / CTL SYS 2 / 2 / 28VDC (ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-105) 122 VU Y-21
1HZ RAM / AIR INLET (ON A/C ALL) 49VU D-10
2HG RECIRC FAN L / CTL (ON A/C ALL) 122 VU X-20
1HG RECIRC FAN L / SPLY (ON A/C ALL) 122 VU X-18
11HG RECIRC FAN R / CTL (ON A/C ALL) 122 VU W-20
3HG RECIRC FAN R / SPLY (ON A/C ALL) 122 VU W-18
1HK ZONE TEMP / CTL / 115VAC / SYS 1 (ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-105) 122 VU V-17
2HK ZONE TEMP / CTL / 115VAC / SYS 2 (ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-105) 122 VU V-18
3HK ZONE TEMP / CTL / 28VDC / SYS 1 (ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-105) 122 VU V-19
4HK ZONE TEMP / CTL / 28VDC / SYS 2 (ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-105) 122 VU V-20

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22 - Auto Flight
22 AUTO FLT RUD TRV LIM SYS FAULT
Reset FAC 1&2 P/B sws
22 AUTO PILOT #1 FAULT
49VU B02 FMGC1
22 AUTO PILOT #2 FAULT
121VU M17 FMGC2
22 CAT 2 / CAT 3 / DUAL CAT III MSG in INOP SYS
Reset FAC 1&2 P/B sws first
IF NO HELP
49VU B04 FAC1 28VDC
121VU M19 FAC2 28VDC
Ref. TSM Task 22-83-00-810-891 (Perform Land III Capability Test)
22 FAC FAULTS SYS#1 or YAW DAMPER 1 FAULT
Reset FAC 1 P/B sws first
IF NO HELP
NOTE: Open these C/Bs with the Yellow and Green hydraulic sys pressurized
for 10 sec:
49VU B04 FAC1 28VDC
49VU B03 FAC1 26VAC
Ref. TSM Task 24-00-00-810-818
22 FAC FAULTS SYS#2 or YAW DAMPER 2 FAULT
Reset FAC 2 P/B sws first
IF NO HELP
NOTE: Open these C/Bs with the Yellow and Green hydraulic sys pressurized
for 10 sec:
121VU M19 FAC2 28VDC
121VU M18 FAC2 26VAC
Ref. TSM Task 24-00-00-810-818
22 FCU 1 (2) Fault
49VU B05 FCU1
(121VU M21 FCU2)
For the FCU1:
On the panel 49VU, open C/B B05.
For the FCU2:
On the panel 121VU, open C/B M21.
Close the C/B after 5 sec.
If the fault does not continue, do a check of the target and barometer
references shown, and correct them if necessary (reset successful).
If fault continues, open again the two C/Bs B05 and M21.
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Close the C/Bs after 7 min, with an interval less than 5 sec between side 1 and
side 2.
At least 30 sec are necessary until the end of the FCU1 and FCU2 safety test.
If the fault does not continue, do a check of the target and barometer
references shown, and correct them if necessary (reset successful)
If the fault continues, end of procedure (reset unsuccessful).
Ref. TSM Task 24-00-00-810-818
22 FMGC msg opposite FM in progress of FMA shows
.OFFSIDE FDS or FMGC malfunction
Reset CBs for 10 sec:
49VU B02 FMGC1
121VU M17 FMGC2
Ref. TSM Task 24-00-00-810-818
22 One MCDU locked or blank
Both MCDUs locked or blank
49VU B01 MCDU 1
121VU N20 MCDU 2
IF NO HELP
49VU B02 FMGC1
121VU M17 FMGC2
All data will be dumped
Ref. TSM Task 24-00-00-810-818
22 FMGC Msg AFS-SET OFFSIDE RNG/MODE is shown on both NDs
49VU B02 FMGC1
121VU M17 FMGC2
IF NO HELP
Perform AFS Test Ref. AMM Task 22-96-00-710-001 or TSM 22-83-00-810-893
22 RUDDER TRAVEL LIMIT SYSTEM #1
49VU B03 FAC1 26VAC
49VU B04 FAC1 28VDC
Cycle FAC sws after CB reset
IF NO HELP
49VU B02 FMGC 1
22 RUDDER TRAVEL LIMIT SYSTEM #2
121VU M18 FAC2 26VAC
121VU M19 FAC2 28VDC
Cycle FAC sws after CB reset
IF NO HELP
49VU B02 FMGC 2

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22 WINDSHEAR DET FAULT or REAC W/S DET FAULT
Open then close the C/Bs in this the order:
49VU B04 FAC1 28VDC
49VU B03 FAC1 26VAC
121VU M19 FAC2 28VDC
121VU M18 FAC2 26VAC
Ref. TSM Task 24-00-00-810-818

-Operational Test of the Rudder Trim Function


AMM Task 22-62-00-710-001
-Operational Test of the Yaw Damper Function
AMM Task 22-63-00-710-001
-Uploading of the FM Data
AMM Task 22-70-00-610-008
-Crossload of the FM Data
AMM Task 22-70-00-610-009
-Operational Test of the Initialization of the Flight Plan
AMM Task 22-70-00-710-002
-Operational Test of the MCDU
AMM Task 22-70-00-710-001
-Download of the FM Data
AMM Task 22-70-00-810-006
-Ground Scanning of the AFS
AMM Task 22-91-00-710-001 (Config. for Test: Align ADIRS, Pressurize hyd sys)
-Operational Test of the AFS (FACs, FMGCs, FCU & MCDUs)
AMM Task 22-96-00-710-001
-Operational Test of the LAND CAT III Capability
AMM Task 22-97-00-710-001
-TAGS CAT II/III
TAG 0 - CAT 2/3 COMPONENT P/N: 99215256
TAG 1 - NO CAT II/III P/N: 9927503
TAG 2 - CAT 2 P/N: 9927502
TAG 3 - CAT 3A P/N: 9927982
TAG - CAT 3 SINGLE P/N: LA-08-147 or CAT 3A F/P P/N: LA-04-415
TAG 4 - CAT III B P/N: LA-03-024

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Circuit Breakers A320 (AMM 24-50-00 PB001)

22 AUTO FLIGHT (ON A/C ALL)


14CC1 FAC 1 / 26VAC 49 VU B-03
5CC1 FAC 1 / 28VDC 49 VU B-04
14CC2 FAC 2 / 26VAC 121 VU M-18
5CC2 FAC 2 / 28VDC 121 VU M-19
9CA1 FCU 1 49 VU B-05
9CA2 FCU 2 121 VU M-21
10CA1 FMGC 1 49 VU B-02
10CA2 FMGC 2 121 VU M-17
11CA1 MCDU 1 49 VU B-01
11CA2 MCDU 2 121 VU N-20
13CA STICK/LOCK 121VU N-16
14CA RUDDER/ARTF/FEEL 121VU N-17
15CC RUDDER/TRIM/IND 121VU M-20

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23 - Communications
23 RMPs freq will not change from stby to active or
RMP Frozen
You must do a reset of all the RMPs, one after the other for 5 sec.
Ref. TSM Task 24-00-00-810-818
IF NO HELP
49VU G10 RMP1
121VU L02 RMP2
121VU L03 RMP3
IF NO HELP
49VU B02 FMGC1
121VU M17 FMGC2
23 CIDS 1+2 FAULT
Attempt a reset at PTP panel first
IF NO HELP
Open the C/Bs in this order:
A320
49VU G02 CIDS DIR 1&2 ESS
121VU M05 CIDS DIR 1&2 NORM
After 10sec, close the C/Bs in this order :
121VU M05 CIDS DIR 1&2 NORM
49VU G02 CIDS DIR 1&2 ESS
A319
49VU G01 CIDS DIR ESS/1
49VU G02 CIDS DIR ESS/1
Ref. TSM Task 24-00-00-810-818
23 COM VHF emitting fault MSGS
Check:
Transmission key on audio panel side stick
radio set hand mike set not trans position
IF NO HELP
49VU G09 VHF1
121VU L04 VHF2
121VU L05 VHF3
23 FWD ATTND PANEL (FAP) LOCKED UP (Frozen)
A320/A319
121VU Q14 CIDS FWD ATTND/PNL
If unsuccessful On A/C 001-010:
2000VU E01 PRAM
Ref. TSM Task 24-00-00-810-818

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23 PAX ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM (PES) WILL NOT TURN ON or OFF
2000VU F06 CABIN COM SYS PES
IF NO HELP
A320
121VU M07 THROUGH M13
A319
121VU M18 THROUGH M14
23 PAX SEAT AUDIO INOP
2000VU F6 CABIN COM SYS PES
23 SEAT VIDEO SYS UNIT PROBLEMS
Reset video unit (Pantalla) with reset sw located fwd of screen behind small
hole
IF NO HELP
TURN SYSTEM OFF TO STOW
23 AMU Reset (Crew/Mech Call continuos Sound or Flashing Ind Light)
121VU M-04 COM NAV/ SELCAL
49VU G-08 COM AUDIO/ FLT INTPH or INT 1+2
121VU M-02 COM NAV/ ACP / THIRD OCCPNT
49VU G-06 COM/ AUDIO/ ACP / CAPT
49VU G-07 COM/ AUDIO/ ACP / F/O
23 Uncommanded EVAC horn actuation
Press the EVAC HORN SHUT OFF P/B
IF NO HELP
Open the CBs for 10 sec in this order: 49VU G02 & 121VU M05
Close the CBs in this order: 121VU M05 & 49VU G02
Wait 4 min before recovering normal operation
Ref. TSM Task 24-00-00-810-818
23 VHF SYSTEM INOP
49VU G09 VHF1
121VU L04 VHF2
121VU L05 VHF3

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-Operational Test of the HF system
AMM Task 23-11-00-710-001
-BITE Test of the HF system with the CFDS
AMM Task 23-11-00-740-001
-Operational Test of the VHF system
AMM Task 23-12-00-710-001
-BITE Test of the VHF system with CFDS
AMM Task 23-12-00-740-001
-Operational Test of the Radio Management (RMP)
AMM Task 23-13-00-710-001
-BITE Test of the Radio Management (RMP) with the CFDS
AMM Task 23-13-00-740-001
-RMP (Radio Management Panel) - R/I
AMM 23-13-13 PB 401
-Operational Test of the Passenger Entertainment System (PES Music)
AMM Task 23-33-00-710-002
-BITE Test of Passenger Entertainment System (PES Music) with the PTP
AMM Task 23-33-00-740-002
-BITE Test of Passenger Entertainment System (PES Music) with the MCDU
AMM Task 23-33-00-740-003
-Operational Test of the Passenger Entertainment System (PES Video)
AMM Task 23-36-00-710-001
-Fault of a Video Monitor Unit (Pantalla) to Extend or Retract
TSM Task 23-36-00-810-801
-Video Monitor Unit R/I (Monitor (LH) p/n:1303153-101; (RH) p/n:1303153-100)
AMM 23-36-22 PB 401
-Video Tape Reproducer (VTR) R/I
AMM 23-36-52 PB 401
-Operational Test of the Mechanic Call (To do the Call test between the cockpit
and the ground)
AMM Task 23-42-00-710-001
-Operational Test of the Audio Management
AMM Task 23-51-00-710-001
-BITE Test of the Audio System (Through MCDU) AMU-ACPs
AMM Task 23-51-00-740-002
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-ACP (Audio Control Panel) - R/I
AMM 23-51-12 PB 401
-MEL 23-51-08 Cat C Side Stick Radio Selector (PTT SW) - DEACTIVATION
Note: Application of the maintenance procedure is only necessary when the inoperative side
stick radio selector is failed in the closed position (Transmitting position).
End Cap P/N: NSA936601CA0910 or NSA936604CA0931 or ABS0065CD0100 (Heat
shrink the end cap) or NSA936603CC0100 (Heat shrink the end cap) (Qty 2)

-R/I of the Radio PTT Switch (11RN,12RN)


AMM Task 27-92-41-000-010 & AMM Task 27-92-41-400-010
PTT SW P/N: D2731009900000 (Qty 1)
Contact Pin P/N: EN3155-008M2222 (Qty 2)
Extraction/insertion tool P/N: M81969/14.01

-Operational Test of Cockpit Voice Recorder (CVR) and CVR Channel Recording
AMM Task 23-71-00-710-001 (Config: Parking Brake ON + RCDR/GND CTL P/B SW ON)
-CIDS RESET via PTP (See figure)
AMM 23-73-00 PB 001 Punto 8 - C - (1)
-Operational test of the Cabin and Flight Crew Interphone System
AMM Task 23-73-00-710-003
-Operational Test of the Passenger Address (PA) Sys
AMM Task 23-73-00-710-005
-Operational test of the passenger call system
AMM Task 23-73-00-710-007
-Operational Test of the Cabin Signs (No Smoking, Seat Belts)
AMM Task 23-73-00-710-017
-BITE Test of Cabin Intercommunication Data System (CIDS) trough
PTP (Reset and BITE-test of the CIDS)
AMM Task 23-73-00-740-003
-BITE Test of Cabin Intercommunication Data System (CIDS) trough
MCDU (Reset and BITE-test of the CIDS)
AMM Task 23-73-00-740-005
-Programming of a NON SMOKER A/C
AMM Task 23-73-00-860-006
-ACP (Area Call Panel) R/I & Test with MCDU
AMM 23-73-11 PB 401 Lamp 1280-08 (Qty 8)
-Lavatory Call Light R/I & Relamping Lamp 1280-08 (Qty 2)
AMM Task 23-73-14-000-001 & AMM Task 23-73-14-400-001

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-Seat Row Call/Numbering Light - R/I & Relamping ( ON A/C 001-004)
AMM Task 23-73-14-000-006 & AMM Task 23-73-14-400-006 Lamp E0404-02
or AST7839BP2 or BLS7840 or 0L6839BPE or 1280-08 (Qty 2)
-Cockpit & Cabin Handset/Cradle - R/I Cabin Handset P/N: 89-01-07122
AMM 23-73-44 PB 401 Cabin Support p/n: 27-15-00013 or 33-07-00025
(Qty 1), Cockpit Support p/n: 27-15-00014 (Qty 1)
-Decoder/Encoder Unit A (200RH) - R/I & Test
AMM 23-73-46 PB 401
-Decoder/Encoder Unit B (300RH) - R/I & Test
AMM 23-73-47 PB 401
-Printed Circuit Board - R/I (Seat Row Call/Numbering) (ON A/C with PCB)
AMM 23-73-49 PB 401 PCB p/n: D9259018620000 or D9259018700000 (Qty 1)
-Return to Seat sign - R/I & Relamping
AMM Task 23-73-62-000-001 & AMM Task 23-73-62-400-001
-Return to Seat sign (ON A/C with LED) - R/I
AMM Task 23-73-62-000-006 & AMM Task 23-73-62-400-006
-No Smoking/Fasten Seat Belt sign from the PSIU and the C/B panels
2000VU/2001VU - R/I
AMM 23-73-63 PB 401
-Passenger reading Light - R/I & Relamping
AMM Task 23-73-64-000-001 & AMM Task 23-73-64-400-001
Lamp 8GH005678-06 or CM8GH005678-06 (Qty 1)
Operational test of the Passenger Reading Light System
AMM Task 33-25-00-710-001
BITE test of the passenger reading lights and the cabin attendant work-lights
on the PTP AMM Task 33-27-00-710-001

1 'CIDS INOP' on ECAM


The director output 'CIDS OPERATION STATUS' to the SDAC is at active ground when the CIDS is operative. A change in
this state causes to display 'CIDS 1+2 FAULT' on upper ECAM and 'CIDS INOP ' on lower ECAM when:
- both directors fail,
- more than 50 % of all DEU A or 20 % of adjacent DEU A (zonewise) fail or
- more than 50 % of all NS-FSB Signs and PA inoperative (resp. DEU A) fail (the CIDS CAUTION light also
comes on),
- all DEU B with connected handset fail (the CIDS CAUTION light also comes on).
2 'CIDS CAUTION' on ECAM
The directors output 'CIDS CAUTION' to the SDAC is at active ground when there are no failures in the CIDS. A change in
this state results in 'CIDS CAUTION' 'CIDS 1' or 'CIDS 2' at the ECAM when:
- one director there is fail,
- there is no data from the other director via crosslink.
The director continues to signal CIDS CAUTION to the SDAC until the fault is corrected.
The director continues to signal CIDS CAUTION to the SDAC until the fault is corrected.
3 CIDS CAUTION light activated at the Forward Attendant Panel (FAP)
The director sends a signal to the FAP via the ARINC link to activate the CIDS CAUTION light when:
- one director
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fails,
- two directors fail,
- all DEU B with connected handsets fail,
- more than 50% of all DEU A or 20% of adjacent DEU A zonewise fail,
- no data from SDCU channel 1 and 2,
- the drainmast system fails,
- the emergency slide bottle pressure is low,
- the slide bottle pressure is low,
- the door bottle pressure is low,
- the lavatory smoke detection fails,
- one DEU A fails,
- one DEU B fails,
- the CIDS top bus fails,
- the CIDS mid bus fails,
- the FAP fails,
- the PTP fails,
- the CAM
fails,
- no data from FAP,
- no data from CAM,
- no data from PTP.
The CIDS CAUTION light is resettable in flight, but comes on again on the ground (landing gear down and
locked). The light cannot be reset on the ground. When a CIDS CAUTION occurs, the respective failure message
is displayed on the programming and test panel. The director will perform, or cause a CIDS component test to be
done, when commanded from the programming and test panel. This is described under 'System Testing and
Programming'.
The function of the director with respect to these systems is described in the 'System Operation' section:
- the passenger address system,
- the interphone system,
- the lighted signs,
- the passenger call.

DEU Type A Functions


The DEU A interfaces with these systems and components:
- The Passenger address loudspeakers,
- The Passenger call switches and lamps,
- The Cabin illumination ballast units,
- The Passenger lighted signs,
- The Passenger reading lights.
The DEU A has these specialized functions:
- a test of lamp current,
- a test of connected loudspeaker impedance and level,
- a frequency filtering according to bus commands.

DEU Type B Functions


The DEU B interface with these components:
- the Attendant handset,
- the Attendant indication panels (AIP),
- the Area call panels (ACP),
- the Emergency slide bottle pressure sensors,
- the Information signs,
- the Emergency evacuation controls and indicators,
- the Emergency lighting power supply units (EPSU),
- the Aft attendant panel (AAP).

-Cockpit Headset p/n: 64300-200 or 64300-210 (almohadilla p/n: 64301-000)


-Cockpit Hand Microphone p/n: 85-16-11494-05

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Circuit Breakers A320 (AMM 24-50-00 PB001)

23 COMMUNICATION
4RN COM/ AUDIO/ ACP / CAPT (ON A/C 001-009, 051-099) 49 VU G-06
4RN ACP CAPT SELCAL INT 1 AUDIO AVNCS (ON A/C 010-049, 101-199) 49 VU G-06
5RN COM/ AUDIO/ ACP / F/O (ON A/C 001-009, 051-099) 49 VU G-07
5RN ACP F/O BITE INT 2 AUDIO 3/5 OCCPNT (ON A/C 010-049, 101-199) 49 VU G-07
6RN COM NAV/ ACP / THIRD OCCPNT (ON A/C ALL) 121 VU M-02
5WW CAPT LOUD SPKR (ON A/C ALL) 49 VU F-10
4WW EIS/ F/O LOUD SPKR (ON A/C ALL) 121 VU P-08
9RN COM AUDIO/ FLT INTPH (ON A/C 001-009, 051-099) 49 VU G-08
9RN INT 1+2 (ON A/C 010-049, 101-199, 201-299) 49 VU G-08
4RK COM/ CVR / CTL (ON A/C ALL) 49 VU E-13
2RK COM/ CVR / SPLY (ON A/C ALL) 49 VU E-14
1RE1 COM/ HF 1 (ON A/C ALL) 49 VU HA-14
2WC EIS/ HORN SPLY (ON A/C ALL) 121 VU P-09
2RK COM/CVR/SPLY (ON A/C ALL) 49 VU E-14
4RK COM/CVR/CTL (ON A/C ALL) 49 VU E-13
2RG1 COM/ RMP 1 (ON A/C ALL) 49 VU G-10
2RG2 COM NAV/ RMP 2 (ON A/C ALL) 121 VU L-02
2RG3 COM NAV/ RMP 3 (ON A/C 001-049, 101-199, 201-299) 121 VU L-03
14WW AUDIO MIXING (ON A/C 001-049, 101-199, 201-299) 121 VU K-03
8RN COM NAV/ SELCAL (ON A/C ALL) 121 VU M-04
2RC1 COM/ VHF 1 (ON A/C ALL) 49 VU G-09
2RC2 COM NAV/ VHF 2 (ON A/C ALL) 121 VU L-04
2RC3 COM NAV/ VHF 3 (ON A/C ALL) 121 VU L-05
150RH COM/ CIDS / DIR 1&2 ESS (ON A/C 001-014, 051-099) 49 VU G-02
151RH COM NAV/ CIDS / DIR 1&2 NORM (ON A/C 001-014, 051-099) 121 VU M-05
154RH COM/ CIDS / DEU A ESS / LINE 1 (ON A/C 001-014, 051-099) 49 VU G-04
155RH COM/ CIDS / DEU A ESS / LINE 2 (ON A/C 001-014, 051-099) 49 VU G-05
167RH COM NAV/ CIDS / DEU A NORM / L AFT (ON A/C 001-014, 051-099) 121 VU M-12
163RH COM NAV/ CIDS / DEU A NORM / L FWD (ON A/C 001-014, 051-099) 121 VU M-08
165RH COM NAV/ CIDS / DEU A NORM / L MID (ON A/C 001-014, 051-099) 121 VU M-10
168RH COM NAV/ CIDS / DEU A NORM / R AFT (ON A/C 001-014, 051-099) 121 VU M-13
164RH COM NAV/ CIDS / DEU A NORM / R FWD (ON A/C 001-014, 051-099) 121 VU M-09
166RH COM NAV/ CIDS / DEU A NORM / R MID (ON A/C 001-014, 051-099) 121 VU M-11
153RH COM/ CIDS / DEU B/ ESS (ON A/C ALL) 49 VU G-03
162RH COM NAV/ CIDS / DEU B NORM (ON A/C 001-014, 051-099) 121 VU M-07
170RH COM NAV/ CIDS / FWD ATTND PNL (ON A/C 001-049) 121 VU Q-14
161RH COM NAV/ CIDS / PROG & TEST PNL (ON A/C 001-014, 051-099) 121 VU M-06
28MH PES - VIDEO - INDICATOR (ON A/C 001-010) 2000VU C-05
24MH PES - VIDEO - CABIN-RH (ON A/C 001-010, 101-107) 2000VU C-04
22MH PES - VIDEO - CABIN-LH (ON A/C 001-010) 2000VU C-03
20MH PES - VIDEO - CONTROL - MAIN (ON A/C 001-010, 101-107) 2000VU C-01
24MK PES - MUSIC FWD - RH (ON A/C 001-010, 101-107) 2000VU D-03
23MK PES - MUSIC - CABIN - LH (ON A/C 001-010, 101-107) 2000VU D-02
21MK PES - MUSIC - CTL (ON A/C 001-010) 2000VU D-01
21MH PES - VIDEO - CONTROL - VCC (ON A/C 001-014, 051-107) 2000VU C-02
28MH PES - VIDEO - INDICATOR (ON A/C 011-014) 2000VU C-07

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24 - Electrical Power
24 ENG 1(2) GEN on line & no parameters shown
CAUTION:
ENGINE MUST BE SHUT DOWN
122VU T26 GCU1
122VU T27 GCU2
24 NO AVAIL ON EXT PWR SWITCH
CAUTION:
ENGINE & APU OFF, AND GROUND
POWER (GPU) CONNECTED
122VU Y24 GPCU
24 APU ELEC NO VOLTS or FREQ or APU GEN FAULT
Select APU GEN P/B SW to OFF and reset to ON
IF NO HELP
122VU Y25 ELEC APU GCU
24 TRANSFORMER RECTIFIER (TR) FAULTS
Reset TR with MCDU or reset all three using guarded Button 15PU on 103VU
panel in electrical bay
24 BATTERY CHARGER LIMITER (BCL)
Reset P/B switch batterys one at a time with
APU operating
IF NO HELP
105VU F01 BAT REF/BCL1
105VU G01 BAT BUS/REF/BCL1
105VU F02 BAT REF/BCL2
105VU J02 BAT BUS/REF/BCL2

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-Electrical Burning Smell or Fumes Found in the Cabin, Cockpit, Cargo or
Avionics Compartment
TSM Task 24-00-00-810-823
-Operational Test of the Emergency Generation System
AMM Task 24-24-00-710-001
-Reset of the Protection of the Transformer Rectifier (TR) (using P/B SW 15PU
located on panel 103VU in electrical bay)
AMM 24-32-00 PB 001 Punto 4 - D - (1) (Rev Date: May 01/09)
NOTE: After the reset procedure is performed, on the panel 35VU, the AC ESS FEED
..pushbutton switch must be released, and then pushed. The ESS TR no longer supplies the
..DC ESS BUS (4PP). On the lower ECAM display unit, the normal configuration comes into
..view. (TR1 I/W TR ESS)

-Reset of the Protection of the Transformer Rectifier (TR) with CFDS


AMM 24-32-00 PB 001 Punto 4 - D - (2) (Rev Date: May 01/09)
NOTE: After the reset procedure is performed, on the panel 35VU, the AC ESS FEED
..pushbutton switch must be released, and then pushed. The ESS TR no longer supplies the
..DC ESS BUS (4PP). On the lower ECAM display unit, the normal configuration comes into
..view. OR ESS TR RESET AMM 24-32-00 PB 001 Punto 4 - A

-Operational Test of the DC Generation Switching


AMM Task 24-32-00-710-001
-Operational Test of Battery Charge Limiter (BCL) with CFDS
AMM Task 24-38-00-710-001
-Operational Test of Battery Charge Limiter (BCL) without CFDS
AMM Task 24-38-00-710-001-01
-Battery Charge Limiter (BCL) (1PB1,1PB2) R/I
AMM 24-38-34 PB 401 p/n: 35-0L5-1004 or 35-0L5-1005-08
-Main Batteries (2PB1, 2PB2) R/I p/n: 2758
AMM 24-38-51 PB 401 Wire Shear Copper p/n: L23321
-Battery Line Contactor (6PB1, 6PB2) R/I
AMM 24-38-55 PB 401 p/n: 640CC01Y1 or 640CC04A2Y00
-Operational Test of the Ground Power Control Unit (GPCU) with CFDS
AMM Task 24-41-00-740-002
-Energize the Electrical Circuit from the External Power
AMM Task 24-41-00-861-002
-Energize the Electrical Circuit from the APU
AMM Task 24-41-00-861-002-01
-Collar Circuit Breaker P/N: 10164-4, INOP RING P/N: S4933959-1
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-Precintos Plsticos (small) P/N: BACS38K1, Tie Cable P/N: NSA935401-03
-IDG DPI RESET STICKER P/N: 766146
Circuit Breakers A320 (AMM 24-50-00 PB001)

24 ELECTRICAL POWER
6XS ELEC/ APU GCU (ON A/C 001-014, 051-099, 101-105) 122 VU Y-25
11XE ELEC/ EMER GEN / AUTO 1 (ON A/C ALL) 122 VU Z-25
9XE ELEC/ EMER GEN / AUTO 2 (ON A/C ALL) 122 VU Z-26
12XG ELEC/ EXT PWR / COCKPIT AVAIL LT (ON A/C 001-014, 051-099, 101-105) 122 VU X-28
11XG ELEC/ EXT PWR / CTL (ON A/C ALL) 122 VU X-29
4XG ELEC/ EXT PWR / LT CTL / AVAIL (ON A/C ALL) 122 VU X-31
6XG ELEC/ EXT PWR / LT CTL / NOT IN USE (ON A/C ALL) 122 VU X-30
2XU1 ELEC/ GCU 1 (ON A/C ALL) 122 VU T-26
2XU2 ELEC/ GCU 2 (ON A/C ALL) 122 VU T-27
7XG ELEC/ GPCU (ON A/C 001-014, 051-099, 101-105) 122 VU Y-24
2XG GRND PWR / PROT (ON A/C ALL) 123 VU AB-07
1XT ELEC/ IDG 1 / DISC (ON A/C ALL) 122 VU T-24
2XT ELEC/ IDG 2 / DISC (ON A/C ALL) 122 VU T-25
17XN1 ELEC/ AC BUS 1 / CTL (ON A/C ALL) 122 VU V-25
17XN2 ELEC/ BUS/ 2XP/ CTL (ON A/C ALL) 122 VU V-27
6XH ELEC/ AC BUS 8XP / MONG (ON A/C ALL) 49 VU H-11
23XS APU GEN / EGIU 2 / 115VAC (ON A/C ALL) 123 VU AA-08
26XU2 APU GEN / EGIU 2 / 28VDC (ON A/C 001-014, 051-099, 101-105) 122 VU Y-31
23XG ELEC/ EXT PWR / EGIU 1 / 115VAC (ON A/C 001-014, 051-099, 101-105) 123 VU AA-07
26XU1 ELEC/ EXT PWR / EGIU 1 / 28VDC (ON A/C 001-014, 051-099, 101-105) 122 VU Z-31
23XU1 GEN 1 / EGIU 1 / 115VAC (ON A/C 001-014, 051-099, 101-105) 123 VU AF-12
24XU1 ELEC/ GEN 1 / EGIU 1 / 28VDC (ON A/C 001-014, 051-099, 101-105) 122 VU Z-30
23XU2 GEN 2 / EGIU 2 / 115VAC (ON A/C 001-014, 051-099, 101-105) 123 VU AF-01
24XU2 GEN 2 / EGIU 2 / 28VDC (ON A/C 001-014, 051-099, 101-105) 122 VU Y-30
13XG ELEC/ LT / CTL (ON A/C ALL) 49 VU H-10
3PU1 ELEC/ TR 1 / MONG (ON A/C ALL) 122 VU X-25
2PU1 TR 1 / SPLY (ON A/C ALL) 123 VU AB-10
3PU2 ELEC/ TR 2 / MONG (ON A/C ALL) 122 VU X-26
2PU2 TR 2 / 214XP SPLY (ON A/C ALL) 123 VU AB-04
1XX TR2 / SVCE BUS 2 SPLY (ON A/C ALL) 123 VU AB-08
9PC ELEC/ CNTOR / DC BUS TIE 1 (ON A/C ALL) 122 VU W-25
14PC ELEC/ CNTOR / DC BUS TIE 1 FAULT (ON A/C ALL) 122 VU U-24
3PC ELEC/ CNTOR / ESS DC BUS TIE (ON A/C ALL) 122 VU W-26
5XU ELEC/ GEN 1 OFF / BTC 1 SPLY (ON A/C ALL) 122 VU T-28
14XU ELEC/ GEN 1 OFF / BTC 2 SPLY (ON A/C ALL) 122 VU T-30
15XU ELEC/ GEN 2 OFF / BTC 1 SPLY (ON A/C ALL) 122 VU T-29
8XU ELEC/ GEN 2 OFF / BTC 2 SPLY (ON A/C ALL) 122 VU T-31
4PU1 TR 1 / CNTOR SPLY (ON A/C ALL) 125 VU CF-01
7PC1 ELEC/ TR 1 / FAULT / DC BUS TIE CONFIG (ON A/C ALL) 122 VU W-29
4PU2 TR 2 / CNTOR SPLY (ON A/C ALL) 124 VU BC-01
7PC2 ELEC/ TR 2 / FAULT / DC BUS TIE CONFIG (ON A/C ALL) 122 VU W-30
8XN ELEC/COML/SHED/SYS2 (ON A/C 011-049, 101-199, 201-299) 122 VU V-28
9XN ELEC/COML/SHED/SYS1 (ON A/C 011-049, 101-199, 201-299) 122 VU V-26
26XN ELEC/ AC SHED BUS/CNTOR (ON A/C ALL) 122 VU U25
1XC AC ESS BUS ON BUS 1 (ON A/C ALL) 123 VU AC-12
2XC AC ESS BUS ON BUS 2 (ON A/C ALL) 123 VU AC-01

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3XX ELEC/ AC PWR/ SVCE / CTL (ON A/C ALL) 122 VU V-29
5PB1 ELEC/ HOT BUS/ 701PP SPLY (ON A/C ALL) 105VU D-01
5PB2 ELEC/ HOT BUS/ 702PP SPLY (ON A/C ALL) 105VU D-02
8PB1 ELEC/ BAT BUS/ REF/ BCL1 (ON A/C ALL) 105VU G-01
8PB2 ELEC/ BAT BUS/ REF/BCL2 (ON A/C ALL) 105VU J-02
9PB1 ELEC/ BAT REF/ BCL1 (ON A/C ALL) 105VU F-01
9PB2 ELEC/ BAT REF/ BCL2 (ON A/C ALL) 105VU F-02
12PB1 ELEC/ HOT BUS/ 701PP SPLY (ON A/C ALL) 105VU E-01
12PB2 ELEC/ HOT BUS/ 702PP SPLY (ON A/C ALL) 105VU E-02
12XB ELEC/ STAT INV/ BUS 901XP/SPLY (ON A/C ALL) 105VU H-02
14XB ELEC/ STAT INV/ CNTOR/CTL (ON A/C ALL) 105VU G-02
7XE ELEC/ CSM/G / EV AUTO/SPLY (ON A/C ALL) 105VU C-01
15PC AC ESS/BUS/EMER/CNTOR/SPLY (ON A/C ALL) 106VU C-08
4PE ESS TR/SPLY (ON A/C ALL) 106VU C-01
5PE ESS TR/CNTOR/CTL (ON A/C ALL) 106VU C-02
1PH EMER/SHED/CNTOR/SPLY (ON A/C ALL) 106VU C-07
4XC AC ESS/BUS NORM/CNTOR/CTL (ON A/C ALL) 106VU B-03
5XC AC ESS BUS/STBY/CNTOR/CTL (ON A/C ALL) 106VU B-08
5XE AC ESS BUS/EMER/CNTOR/CTL (ON A/C ALL) 106VU B-07
6XE CSM/G /EV/MAN/SPLY (ON A/C ALL) 106VU B-04
10XE AC ESS BUS/EMER/STBY/CNTOR/SPLY (ON A/C ALL) 106VU C-06
1XH AC/SHED/ESS BUS/CNTOR/CTL (ON A/C ALL) 106VU C-04
2XH AC ESS BUS/MONG/SPLY (ON A/C ALL) 106VU C-05
4XH 26VAC/ESS BUS/SPLY(ON A/C ALL) 106VU B-06
1XN1 BUS 1 / 101XP SPLY (ON A/C ALL) 123 VU AD-11
3XN1 BUS 1 / 103XP SPLY (ON A/C ALL) 123 VU AB-11
28XN SHED BUS/ 218XP/220XP SPLY (ON A/C ALL) 123 VU AC-02
7XN1 BUS 1 / 110XP SPLY (ON A/C ALL) 123 VU AF-11
5XN1 BUS 1 / 131 XP-A SPLY (ON A/C ALL) 123 VU AB-12
1XN2 BUS 2 / 202XP SPLY (ON A/C ALL) 123 VU AD-02
3XN2 BUS 2 / 204XP SPLY (ON A/C ALL) 123 VU AB-02
7XN2 BUS 2 / 210XP SPLY (ON A/C ALL) 123 VU AF-02
10XN BUS 2 / 212XP SPLY (ON A/C ALL) 123 VU AD-03
5XN2 BUS 2 / 231XP-A SPLY (ON A/C ALL) 123 VU AB-01
2XX SVCE BUS 2 / 212XP SPLY (ON A/C ALL) 123 VU AB-05
4XX SVCE BUS 2 / 214XP SPLY (ON A/C ALL) 123 VU AA-05
11PN SHED BUS 210PP/212PP/SPLY (ON A/C ALL) 124VU BA-01
9PN ELEC/ DC SHED BUS/CNTR (ON A/C ALL) 122 VU U26
11PB BAT BUS / 301PP SPLY (ON A/C ALL) 125 VU CC-01
5PX ELEC/ DC SVCE BUS / ON TR 2 (ON A/C ALL) 122 VU U-30
7PN DC SVCE / 602PP SPLY (ON A/C ALL) 124 VU BD-01
5PN ELEC/ DC SVCE BUS (ON A/C ALL) 122 VU X-24
18PC ELEC/ DC BUS TIE 2// APU START (ON A/C ALL) 122 VU W-31
1PX SVCE / 601PP/602PP SPLY (ON A/C ALL) 124 VU BB-01
1PN1 101PP / SPLY (ON A/C ALL) 125 VU CD-01
3PN1 103PP / SPLY (ON A/C ALL) 125 VU CE-01
1PN2 202PP / SPLY (ON A/C ALL) 124 VU BG-01
3PN2 204PP / SPLY (ON A/C ALL) 124 VU BF-01
6PN 206PP/208PP / SPLY (ON A/C ALL) 124 VU BE-01
4PR ELEC/ RFL/ SPLY/ LOGIC (ON A/C ALL) 122 VU U-29
1PR ELEC/ REFLNG/ ON/ BAT (ON A/C ALL) 122 VU U-28
2PR ELEC/ REFLNG/ NORM (ON A/C ALL) 122 VU S-27

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SEC 3 AMM Task 27-94-00-710-001
-BITE Test of the EFCS (Ground Scanning)
AMM Task 27-96-00-740-001 (Config: Set ADIRS selector switches to NAV)
Circuit Breakers A320 (AMM 24-50-00 PB001)

27 FLIGHT CONTROLS
15CE1 ELAC 1 / NORM SPLY (ON A/C ALL) 49 VU B-11
15CE2 ELAC 2 / NORM SPLY (ON A/C ALL) 121 VU R-20
16CE1 ELAC 1 / STBY SPLY (ON A/C ALL) 105VU A-01
16CE2 ELAC 2 / STBY SPLY (ON A/C ALL) 105VU A-02
20CE1 FCDC 1 / SPLY (ON A/C ALL) 49 VU B-10
20CE2 FCDC 2 / SPLY (ON A/C ALL) 121 VU Q-20
21CE1 SEC 1 / NORM SPLY (ON A/C ALL) 49 VU B-08
21CE2 SEC 2 / SPLY (ON A/C ALL) 121 VU Q-18
21CE3 SEC 3 / SPLY (ON A/C ALL) 121 VU Q-19
22CE SEC 1 / STBY SPLY (ON A/C ALL) 105VU B-01
6CV FLP / CTL & MONG / SYS 1 (ON A/C ALL) 49 VU B-07
8CV FLP / CTL & MONG / SYS 2 (ON A/C ALL) 121 VU Q-21
5CV SLT / CTL & MONG / SYS 1 (ON A/C ALL) 49 VU B-06
7CV SLT / CTL / SYS 2 (ON A/C ALL) 121 VU R-21
1CN SLT FLP / POS IND 1 (ON A/C ALL) 49 VU B-12
2CN SLT FLP / POS IND 2 (ON A/C ALL) 121 VU P-16
75CE RUDDER FTU (ON A/C 012-049, 101-199, 201-299) 121VU R-16
19CE1 THS ACTR / MOT 1 (ON A/C ALL) 121 VU Q-16
19CE2 THS ACTR / MOT 2 (ON A/C ALL) 121 VU B-09
19CE3 THS ACTR / MOT 3 (ON A/C ALL) 121 VU Q-17
10CV WTB FLP / SYS 1 (ON A/C ALL) 122 VU S-07
12CV WTB FLP / SYS 2 (ON A/C ALL) 121 VU P-20
9CV WTB SLT / SYS 1 (ON A/C ALL) 122 VU S-06
11CV WTB SLT / SYS 2 (ON A/C ALL) 121 VU P-19

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28 - Fuel
28 FQI INOP
49VU A13 FQI CHAN 1
121VU M27 FQI CHAN 2
121VU L26 FQI CHAN 1 & 2
28 Loss of fuel quantity indication or, Simultaneous triggering of
FUEL L XFR VALVE CLOSED and FUEL R XFR VALVE CLOSED, although
FUEL SD indicates no anomaly.
Reset these C/Bs for 5 Sec:
(1QT) - 49VU A13 FUEL / FQI / CHAN 1
(2QT) - 121VU M27 FUEL / FQI / CHAN 2
Ref. TSM Task 24-00-00-810-818
28 FUEL APU LP VALVE FAULT MSG
Triggered when the APU master switch is selected OFF during an EMER shut
down or AUTO shut down. Cycling the MASTER switch ON then OFF may clear
msg

28 FQIC Reset for 5 second CBs 1QT & 2QT


(1QT) - 49VU A13 FUEL / FQI / CHAN 1
(2QT) - 121VU M27 FUEL / FQI / CHAN 2
-Functional Test of the Center-Tank Fuel Control
AMM Task 28-21-00-720-001
-Functional test of the FQIC (Fuel Quantity Indicating Computer)
AMM Task 28-42-00-740-001 Status Report (BITE)
AMM Task 28-46-00-740-001 Functional (BITE) Test
-Functional test of the FLSCU (Fuel Level Sensing Control Unit)
AMM Task 28-46-00-740-001 Functional (BITE) Test
** ON A/C ALL (Rev Date: May 01/09)
AMM TASK 12-11-28-860-001
Procedure to use the ADIRU to Find the Pitch and Roll Data
1. Reason for the Job
Self Explanatory
2. Job Set-up Information

A. Referenced Information
3. Job Set-up
Subtask 12-11-28-861-054
A. Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits
(1)Energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. AMM TASK 24-41-00-861-002)

4. Procedure
Subtask 12-11-28-860-069

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A. Procedure to enter the Parameter Alpha Call-up through the MCDU
(1)On the panel 20VU set the 3 ADIRS switches to the NAV position:

ACTION RESULT

1. On the MCDU turn the BRT knob to the The MCDU Is on.
ON position.

2. Push the MCDU MENU mode key. MCDU MENU page comes into view.

3. On the MCDU: On the MCDU display:

A. Push the line key adjacent to the AIDS The AIDS menu page comes into view.
indication.

B. Push the line key adjacent to the PARM The AIDS ALPHA CALL-UP page
ALPHA CALL-UP indication. comes into view.

4. On the MCDU keypad enter the code for ROLL appears at the bottom of the
ROLL into the scratchpad. display (scratchpad).

5. Push the 2L line key. The ROLL data shows - RECORD THE
DATA.

6. Read and write down the ROLL data.

7. On the MCDU keypad enter the code for PITCH appears at the bottom of the
PTCH into the scratchpad. display (scratchpad).

8. Push the 3L line key. The PITCH data shows - RECORD


THE DATA.

9. Read and write down the PITCH data.

10. Push the line key adjacent to the CLEAR The AIDS menu page comes into view.
ALL indication.

(2)In Table 1, use the PITCH data to find the equivalent number.
(3)In Table 1, use the ROLL data to find the equivalent letter.
(4)Put together the number and the letter to identify the square to use in the MLI procedure
(Ref. AMM TASK 12-11-28-650-007) .

TABLE 1
Pitch Ref Roll Ref
minus 1.5 1 minus 1.5 A
minus 1.0 2 minus 1.0 B
minus 0.5 3 minus 0.5 C
0.0 4 0.0 D
plus 0.5 5 plus 0.5 E
plus 1.0 6 plus 1.0 F
plus 1.5 7 plus 1.5 G

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** ON A/C ALL (Rev Date: May 01/09)

AMM TASK 12-11-28-860-002


Procedure to use the FQIC Input Parameters to Find the Pitch and Roll Data
1. Reason for the Job
Self Explanatory
2. Job Set-up Information

3. Job Set-up
Subtask 12-11-28-860-071
A. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration
(1)Energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. AMM TASK 24-41-00-861-002)
(2)Do the EIS start procedure (Ref. AMM TASK 31-60-00-860-001) .
(3)Get access to the SYSTEM REPORT/TEST Menu Page (Ref. AMM TASK 31-32-00-860-
001) .
(4)Do the ADIRS start procedure (Ref. AMM TASK 34-10-00-860-002) .
Subtask 12-11-28-865-054
B. Make sure that this(these) circuit breaker(s) is(are) closed:
PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION

49VU FUEL/FQI/CHAN/1 1QT A13

121VU FUEL/FQI/CHANNEL/1 AND 2 8QT L26

121VU FUEL/FQI/CHAN/2 2QT M27


Subtask 12-11-28-860-072
A. Get Access to the FQIC Input Parameters Page 1
NOTE: This procedure can only be used if:
- the PITCH and ROLL data is taken from the ADIRS (identified by an `A after the
PITCH and ROLL title)
- the PITCH data displayed for the LEFT, CTR and RIGHT is no more or less than
0.1 of each other
- the ROLL data displayed for the LEFT, CTR and RIGHT is no more or less than 0.1
of each other.
NOTE: The FQIS input parameter pages are not automatically updated. The operation of
the Fuel System can be monitored through the CFDS (FUEL) input parameter
pages. The pages must be continuously updated. Use the NEXT PAGE control on
the MCDU to cycle the pages to update the screen.
(1)When the SYSTEM REPORT/TEST Menu page comes into view, do this procedure:

ACTION RESULT

1. Push the line key adjacent to the FUEL - the FUEL Main Menu first page comes
indication. into view.

2. On the MCDU control panel push the NEXT - the FUEL Main Menu second page comes
PAGE key. into view.

3. Push the line key adjacent to the INPUT - the MCDU shows the page FQIS INPUT
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ACTION RESULT

PARAMETER VALUES indication. PARAMETERS - RECORD THE PITCH AND


ROLL DATA.
(2)In Table 1, use the PITCH data to find the equivalent number.
(3)In Table 1, use the ROLL data to find the equivalent letter.
(4)Put together the number and the letter to identify the square to use in the MLI procedure
(Ref. AMM TASK 12-11-28-650-007) .
TABLE 1
Pitch Ref Roll Ref
minus 1.5 1 minus 1.5 A
minus 1.0 2 minus 1.0 B
minus 0.5 3 minus 0.5 C
0.0 4 0.0 D
plus 0.5 5 plus 0.5 E
plus 1.0 6 plus 1.0 F
plus 1.5 7 plus 1.5 G

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