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737-300/400 AIRCRAFT GENERAL

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Dimensions
94-9 (28.88m)

41-8 (12.70m)

17-2 (5.23m)

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Dimensions
Body Length : -400 = 115,7 -500 = 95, 7 Wheel Base : -400 = 46,10 -500 = 40,10 Over Length : -400 = 119,7 , -500 = 97,7 , -300 = 109,7

36-6 (11.13m)

13-2 (4.01m)

40-10 (12.45m)

105-7 (32.18m)

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Panel Arrangement
Speaker

Forward Overhead Panel Lightshield

Aft Overhead Panel Escape Strap Stowage Map Light

Center Instrument Panel Captain Instrument Panel Forward Electronic Panel Aft Electronic Panel Control Stand Manual Gear Release
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First Officer Instrument Panel

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Panel Arrangement
White Dome Lights
P6-1 NAV, INST, & COMM

Coat Stowage
P6-2 SYSTEMS P18-1 NAV

Crew Oxygen Shutoff Valve


P6-3 FUEL SYSTEM & LIGHTING P6-6 P6-5 P6-4 P6-12 #2 GEN BUS P6-11 #1 GEN BUS

P18-2 INST & COMM

P18-3 ANTI-ICE LIGHTING

P18-4 P18-5

Fire Extinguisher Observer Hand Mike Manual Gear Release Observers Seats Rain Repellent System (if installed)
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Exterior Lighting
Taxi Light (white, nose gear)
Runway Turnoff Lights (white) Fixed Landing Lights (white) Upper and Lower Anti-Collision Light (red strobe light) Strobe Light (white) Position Lights (red and white) Logo Light (white) Logo Light (white) Retractable Landing Light (white) Strobe Light (white) Position Lights (green and white) Wing Illumination Lights (white) Runway Turnoff Lights (white) Fixed Landing Lights (white)

Retractable Landing Light (white)

Strobe Light (white)


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Emergency Exit Lights Switch

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Emergency Exit Lights Switch


EMER EXIT LIGHTS Switch: OFF Prevents emergency lights system operation if airplane electrical power fails or is turned off. ARMED (guarded position) All emergency exit lights automatically illuminate if electrical power to DC bus 1 fails or AC power is turned off. ON All emergency exit lights illuminate.

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Emergency Exit Lights Switch


NOT ARMED Light: Illuminated EMER EXIT LIGHTS switch not in the ARMED position.

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Emergency Exit Lights Switch


EMER EXIT Switch: (located on aft flight attendants panel) NORM (guarded position) Emergency exit lights remain extinguished, unless pilots EMER EXIT LIGHTS switch in ARMED position with a loss of electrical power to DC bus 1 fails or AC power is turned off. Emergency exit lights will also illuminate when pilots EMER EXIT LIGHTS switch is positioned to ON. ON All emergency exit lights illuminate. Overrides position of pilots EMER EXIT LIGHTS switch.

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Emergency Exit Lighting


Emergency exit lights are located throughout the passenger cabin to indicate the approved emergency exit routes. Exterior emergency exit lights are installed to illuminate the escape slides and overwing escape routes. All emergency exit lights are controlled by either the pilots EMER EXIT LIGHTS switch or the flight attendants EMER EXIT switch.
Integral Slide Lighting Escape Slide Lighting Exit Locator Signs Located in the passenger cabin ceiling. Floor Proximity Aisle Locator Lights Exterior Emergency Exit Lighting

Aisle Lights

Escape Slide Lighting

Emergency Exit Signs Located in the forward and aft lowered ceiling, in the center of the passenger cabin above the overwing escape hatches, and above each entry and service door.

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Halon Fire Extinguisher


Halon fire extinguishers contain a liquefied gas under pressure. When released, the liquefied gas agent vaporizes and extinguishes the fire. This type of extinguisher is effective on all types of fires; Class A, B or C. However, it is best utilized on Class B or C fires (electrical, fuel or grease).
Lever Discharge Nozzle Ring Safety Pin Handle Pressure Gauge

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Water Fire Extinguisher


The water fire extinguisher contains a solution of water mixed with antifreeze. When the extinguisher handle is rotated fully clockwise, the CO2 cartridge inside the handle is punctured and consequently pressurizes the extinguisher. The extinguisher should be used on Class A fires only (fabric, paper or wood).
Discharge Nozzle Trigger Safety Wired

Handle

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Oxygen Panel

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Oxygen Panel
CREW OXYGEN: Indicates pressure at the crew oxygen cylinder. A discharge indicator is located on the fuselage, slightly forward of the forward cargo compartment door. The indicator is a small plastic disc, green in color. If the disc is missing, this indicates that the crew oxygen cylinder is empty due to a thermal discharge of the cylinder. See picture of oxygen cylinder housing compartment See picture of green thermal discharge indicator Note: The crew oxygen cylinder is inside a housing compartment, which is attached to the forward right sidewall in the forward cargo compartment.
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Oxygen Panel
PASS OXY ON: Illuminated Passenger oxygen system is operating and passenger masks have dropped from the Passenger Service Units (PSU).

Note: This light does not indicate if oxygen is flowing to the passenger masks.

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Oxygen Panel
PASS OXYGEN Switch: NORMAL (guarded position) Passenger masks automatically drop from PSUs at a cabin altitude of approximately 14,000 feet. ON Opens the PSU doors and the passenger masks drop. Used as a backup if the automatic function fails.

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Crew Oxygen Mask Panel


The flight crew oxygen system utilizes quick-donning diluter demand masks/regulators located at each crew station. Oxygen is supplied from a single cylinder located in the forward cargo compartment. Oxygen pressure is displayed on the indicator located on the aft overhead panel. Oxygen flow is controlled through a crew oxygen shutoff valve to a pressure-reducing regulator to supply low pressure oxygen to the mask. The crew oxygen shutoff valve is located next to the circuit breaker panels behind first officers seat.

Note: There are many different types of crew oxygen masks. The type installed in your aircraft may not necessarily match the type discussed in this presentation.

See picture of crew oxygen shutoff valve

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Crew Oxygen Mask Panel


RESET TEST Lever: Slide down If mask is stowed, activates oxygen flow momentarily to test the regulator on the mask. Note: Indication of a successful regulator test is yellow cross visible in window.

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Crew Oxygen Mask Panel


RESET TEST Lever: Slide down If mask is not stowed and stowage box doors are closed, shuts of oxygen flow to mask regulator.

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Crew Oxygen Mask Panel


Oxygen Flow Indicator: Indicates a yellow cross when oxygen is flowing to the mask.

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Crew Oxygen Mask Panel


Oxygen Mask Release Levers: Squeeze and pull Allows release of mask from stowage box. Activates oxygen when stowage box doors open. Inflates mask harness when right lever is squeezed. Flow indicator shows a yellow cross momentarily as harness inflates.

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Crew Oxygen Mask Regulator

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Crew Oxygen Mask Regulator


NORMAL/100% Switch: N (normal) Supplies air/oxygen mixture on demand (ratio depends on cabin altitude). 100% Supplies 100% oxygen on demand.

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Crew Oxygen Mask Regulator


EMERGENCY/Test Selector: Rotate (clockwise to white dot) Supplies 100% oxygen under positive pressure at all cabin altitudes. PRESS TO TEST Tests positive pressure supply to mask regulator.

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Passenger Oxygen
The passenger oxygen system is supplied by individual chemical oxygen generators (one located in each PSU). Each PSU contains either 3 or 4 passenger oxygen masks. The masks will drop from the PSUs automatically at a cabin altitude of approximately 14,000 feet or by positioning the PASS OXYGEN switch to ON. The chemical oxygen generator is activated when any mask is pulled down. Once the generator is activated, 100% oxygen will begin to flow to all masks (3 or 4). A green in-line flow indicator is visible in the transparent oxygen hose whenever oxygen is flowing to the mask. Oxygen will flow for approximately 12 minutes and cannot be shutoff.

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Passenger Oxygen
Chemical Oxygen Generator Release Firing Pin Door Latch Mechanism Generator Lanyard Oxygen Mask Lanyard

Green In-Line Oxygen Flow Indicator Oxygen Hose

Passenger Service Unit (PSU) Oxygen Mask Door (shown open)

Reservoir Bag Mask

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Oxygen System Schematic


Oxygen Mask

Crew Oxygen Shutoff Valve


Pressure Reducer

Crew Oxygen Cylinder

Thermal Discharge Port (green disc)

14,000 foot Barometric Pressure Switch

Passenger Service Units


O2G

Attendant Stations
O2G

Lavatories

(3 or 4 Masks)

Service Units

(2 Masks)

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