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Cessna

Operational &

Maintenance

Procedures

Cessna Aircraft Company

525C (Citation CJ4)




THIS GUIDE IS CURRENT WITH THE MASTER MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST WHICH IS ISSUED BY THE EUROPEAN AVIATION SAFETY AGENCY (EASA) - REVISION 0RIGINAL DATED 24 MAY 2011, FOR THE ABOVE AIRCRAFT OF THIS TYPE AS CERTIFIED BY THE EUROPEAN AVIATION SAFETY AGENCY AND OPERATED UNDER THE JURISDICTION OF EASA MEMBER STATES NATIONAL AUTHORITIES.

COPYRIGHT © 2013

12 DECEMBER 2013

CESSNA AIRCRAFT COMPANY

WICHITA, KANSAS, USA

REVISION 01



NOTICE
The Master Minimum Equipment List (MMEL) is issued by the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) for aircraft certified by the European Aviation Safety Agency and operated under jurisdiction of EASA member states National Authorities. This Master Minimum Equipment List Operation and Maintenance Procedures Manual contains only the items from the Master Minimum Equipment List which have Operational (O) or Maintenance (M) procedure requirements. Cessna does not support Minimum Equipment List items not published in the MMEL.
Cessna’s policy is to revise this manual only to accommodate changes to a new MMEL revision, which requires a change to, or a new, Operational (O) or Maintenance (M) required procedure. If a revised MMEL is released, but does not affect any required procedure, the Operational and Maintenance manual will not be revised at that time. Cessna reserves the right to make format changes without generating a new revision.
Operational (O) and Maintenance (M) procedures in this manual are recommended by Cessna Aircraft Company. Most of the procedures in this guide have been approved in some MEL’s. This document is not EASA approved, but is intended to aid operators in writing and gain approval for their specific Minimum Equipment List (MEL). The Operator is responsible to ensure that all crew members are properly trained in the use of MEL (O) and (M) procedures.

FOR ALL PROVISOS – UNLESS THE PROVISO REQUIRES A SYSTEM TO BE VERIFIED, IT IS ASSUMED THAT ALL OTHER SYSTEMS ARE OPERATIVE AND NO ACTION IS REQUIRED TO TEST THESE SYSTEMS.
WHERE EVER A DASH (-) IS LISTED IN COLUMN 2. NUMBER INSTALLED OR COLUMN 3. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH, IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE OPERATOR TO REPLACE THE DASH (-) WITH THE ACTUAL NUMBER OF EACH ITEM, IF ANY, INSTALLED ON THE AIRCRAFT IN QUESTION.
ALL INOPERATIVE ITEMS MUST BE PLACARDED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE APPLICABLE OPERATING REGULATIONS.


  1. PLACARD(S) SHALL BE PLACED ABOVE, ADJACENT TO OR ON THE AFFECTED/INOPERATIVE - MISSING; ANNUNCIATOR, CIRCUIT BREAKER, CONTROL, COMPONENT, GAUGE, INDICATOR, KNOB, LIGHT OR SWITCH.

  2. IF THE INOPERATIVE EQUIPMENT IS NOT WITHIN VIEW OF THE FLIGHT CREW, AN ADDITIONAL PLACARD SHALL BE INSTALLED ON THE INSTRUMENT PANEL IN VIEW OF THE PILOT(S) INDICATING THE INOPERATIVE ITEM AND/OR LIMITATION(S).



MAKE AN APPROPRIATE ENTRY IN THE DISCREPANCY REPORT FOR EACH INOPERATIVE ITEM.

THE DIAGRAMS, DRAWINGS AND/OR PICTURES IN THIS DOCUMENT MAY NOT REFLECT ALL POSSIBLE INSTALLATIONS. REFER TO THE AIRCRAFT EQUIPMENT LIST, CONTINUOUS HISTORY REPORT AND/OR STC FOR CURRENT INSTALLED EQUIPMENT.


THE MMEL MAY CONTAIN RELIEF ASSOCIATED WITH A STC NOT SUPPORTED BY CESSNA AIRCRAFT CO. FOR THESE RELIEF ITEMS, CESSNA WILL NOT PROVIDE A FAR REFERENCE, MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE, OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE AND/OR PLACARDING PROCEDURE. OPERATORS WILL HAVE TO CONTACT THE HOLDER OF THE STC FOR MEL SUPPORT.

THE MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES IN THIS DOCUMENT MAY BE DIFFERENT THAN THOSE FOUND IN THE CURRENT REVISION OF THE CESSNA MAINTENANCE MANUAL FOR THE ASSOCIATED AIRCRAFT MODEL. IN THE EVENT OF CONFLICT, USE THE MORE RESTRICTIVE MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE TO ACCOMPLISH THE TASK.


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21-20-01 Cockpit Air Outlet

PLACARDING PROCEDURE


  1. Make an appropriate entry in a discrepancy report.

  2. Place an INOP placard above/adjacent to the affected outlet.



21-20-02 Cabin Air Outlet

PLACARDING PROCEDURE


  1. Make an appropriate entry in a discrepancy report.

  2. Place an INOP placard above/adjacent to the affected outlet.


21-31-01-1) Pressurization System Pressurization Controller



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Continued
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE

NOTE: For the removal of the outflow valve, it is necessary for one person to hold the valve on the forward side of the aft pressure bulkhead and one more person to remove the bolts and the washers from the aft side of the aft pressure bulkhead.



  1. Make an appropriate entry in a discrepancy report.

  2. Remove the electrical power from the airplane.

  3. Disengage the CABIN ALT circuit breaker on the left circuit breaker panel in the cockpit.

  4. Open the tailcone baggage compartment door.

  5. Open the aft baggage compartment panels 311 ATC and 311CTC to get access to the outflow valve and the aft Jbox.

  6. Disengage the CABIN PRESS CONTROLLER (HZ121) circuit breaker on the aft Jbox in the aft baggage compartment.

  7. Remove the aft evaporator cover and the left toilet cabinet assembly to get access to the cabin pressurization controller (BA001).

  8. Tag and disconnect the static and the manifold tubes from the outflow valve.

  9. Put protective covers on the open ports.

  10. Have one maintenance person in a position at the forward side of the aft pressure bulkhead to hold the outflow valve during removal.

  11. Remove the bolts and the washers that attach the outflow valve to the forward side of the aft pressure bulkhead.

  12. Remove the outflow valve from the forward side of the aft pressure bulkhead.

  13. Place the outflow valve and bolts and washers in a bag.

  14. Remove electrical connector PA015 from the pressurization controller, cap and stow. Tag the pressurization controller INOP.

  15. Make sure all loose connections are capped, tagged and secured.

  16. Install the aft evaporator cover and the left toilet cabinet assembly.

  17. Engage the CABIN PRESS CONTROLLER (HZ121) circuit breaker on the aft Jbox in the aft baggage compartment.

  18. Close the aft baggage compartment panels 311 ATC and 311CTC.

  19. Close the tailcone baggage compartment door.

  20. Engage the CABIN ALT circuit breaker on the left circuit breaker panel in the cockpit.



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Continued



OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE


  1. Make an appropriate entry in a discrepancy report.

  2. Flight planning shall consider the fuel burn associated with flight at lower altitude and affect on range.

  3. Flight planning shall consider oxygen requirements associated with operating regulations and altitudes.

  4. MEA’s shall be taken into account for planned route.

  5. Set pressurization controls as specified in the proviso.

PLACARDING PROCEDURE


  1. Place a placard stating, “CABIN PRESS INOP” above pressurization controls.

  2. Place a placard stating, “NO FLT ABOVE 14,000 FEET” on the instrument panel in view of both pilots.



21-31-01-2) Pressurization System Cabin Outflow Valve



Continued Next Page

Continued
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE

NOTE: For the removal of the outflow valve, it is necessary for one person to hold the valve on the forward side of the aft pressure bulkhead and one more person to remove the bolts and the washers from the aft side of the aft pressure bulkhead.



  1. Make an appropriate entry in a discrepancy report.

  2. Remove the electrical power from the airplane.

  3. Disengage the CABIN ALT circuit breaker on the left circuit breaker panel in the cockpit.

  4. Open the tailcone baggage compartment door.

  5. Open the aft baggage compartment panels 311 ATC and 311CTC to get access to the outflow valve and the aft Jbox.

  6. Disengage the CABIN PRESS CONTROLLER (HZ121) circuit breaker on the aft Jbox in the aft baggage compartment.

  7. Remove the aft evaporator cover and the left toilet cabinet assembly to get access to the cabin pressurization controller (BA001).

  8. Tag and disconnect the static and the manifold tubes from the outflow valve.

  9. Put protective covers on the open ports.

  10. Have one maintenance person in a position at the forward side of the aft pressure bulkhead to hold the outflow valve during removal.

  11. Remove the bolts and the washers that attach the outflow valve to the forward side of the aft pressure bulkhead.

  12. Remove the outflow valve from the forward side of the aft pressure bulkhead.

  13. Place the outflow valve and bolts and washers in a bag.

  14. Remove electrical connector PA015 from the pressurization controller, cap and stow. Tag the pressurization controller INOP.

  15. Make sure all loose connections are capped, tagged and secured.

  16. Install the aft evaporator cover and the left toilet cabinet assembly.

  17. Engage the CABIN PRESS CONTROLLER (HZ121) circuit breaker on the aft Jbox in the aft baggage compartment.

  18. Close the aft baggage compartment panels 311 ATC and 311CTC.

  19. Close the tailcone baggage compartment door.

  20. Engage the CABIN ALT circuit breaker on the left circuit breaker panel in the cockpit.



Continued Next Page

Continued

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE


  1. Flight planning shall consider the fuel burn associated with flight at lower altitude and affect on range.

  2. Flight planning shall consider oxygen requirements associated with operating regulations and altitudes.

  3. MEA’s shall be taken into account for planned route.

  4. Set pressurization controls as specified in the proviso.

PLACARDING PROCEDURE


  1. Place a placard stating “(L or R) OUTFLOW VALVE(S) REMOVED” adjacent to the PRESSURIZATION SOURCE knob.

  2. Place a placard stating “NO FLT ABOVE 14,000 FEET MSL” on the instrument panel in view of the flight crew.



21-32-01 Multi Function Display (MFD) Pressurization Indication


OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE


  1. Make an appropriate entry in a discrepancy report.

  2. Flight planning shall consider the fuel burn associated with flight at lower altitude and affect on range.

  3. Flight planning shall consider oxygen requirements associated with operating regulations and altitudes.

  4. MEA’s shall be taken into account for planned route.

  5. Set pressurization controls as specified in the proviso.

PLACARDING PROCEDURE


  1. Place a placard stating “CABIN DIFF PRESS DISPLAY INOP” above the pilots MFD.

  2. Place a placard stating “NO FLT ABOVE 14,000 FEET MSL” on the instrument panel in view of the flight crew.



21-33-01 Pressure Regulating Shutoff Valve


OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE


  1. Make an appropriate entry in a discrepancy report.

  2. Flight planning shall consider the fuel burn associated with flight at lower altitude and affect on range.

  3. Flight planning shall consider oxygen requirements associated with operating regulations and altitudes.

  4. MEA’s shall be taken into account for planned route.

  5. Position aircraft in a suitable run-up area and chock both main landing gear.

  6. Using AFM Normal Procedures, start the engines.

  7. Place the PRESSURIZATION SOURCE knob to L and verify no airflow through the cockpit air outlets.

  8. Place the PRESSURIZATION SOURCE knob to R and verify no airflow through the cabin air outlets.

  9. Set pressurization controls as specified in the proviso.

  10. Aircraft operations:

    1. If the aircraft is to be dispatch immediately after this procedure, taxi as appropriate.

    2. If the dispatch is delayed, return the aircraft to an appropriate location and Using AFM Normal Procedures, power the aircraft down.

PLACARDING PROCEDURE


  1. Place a placard stating “PRESS REGULATING SHUTOFF VALVES INOP” adjacent to the PRESSURIZATION SOURCE knob.

  2. Place a placard stating “NO FLT ABOVE 14,000 FEET MSL” on the instrument panel in view of the flight crew.
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