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meatwallet

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Here's a question for the Skyway B1900 new hires in the last 5 months...


I'm looking at my manuals and in the cockpit diagram I can figure this out...






What in the world is a C LOCK ?????
 
meatwallet said:
Here's a question for the Skyway B1900 new hires in the last 5 months...


I'm looking at my manuals and in the cockpit diagram I can figure this out...






What in the world is a C LOCK ?????

Well, given you posted the same word in another thread, I'd say you already know the answer.

http://forums.flightinfo.com/showthread.php?t=62698

meatwallet said:
and flaming gay!!! (especially if they live in West Allis)


C LOCK

Hmmm....Control Lock??? Or maybe just a CLOCK, you know to tell time and use for non-precision approaches???

Are you the same guy who ranted ad-nauseum on the internal pilot board a few months ago about 1900 control locks???

HMM
 
Answer

meatwallet said:
Here's a question for the Skyway B1900 new hires in the last 5 months...


I'm looking at my manuals and in the cockpit diagram I can figure this out...






What in the world is a C LOCK ?????

A C LOCK is an actuating and timing component of the revolving P2.8 valve system located by the firewall shutoff valve on the number one engine. The number two engine doesnt have one because it has the VCM. Im suprised you didnt know that, I was asked that on my upgrade oral.

GP
 
greenpickle said:
A C LOCK is an actuating and timing component of the revolving P2.8 valve system located by the firewall shutoff valve on the number one engine. The number two engine doesnt have one because it has the VCM. Im suprised you didnt know that, I was asked that on my upgrade oral.

GP

did they also ask you which bus the clocks run off of on the mighty beech?
 
I dont remember

CitationLover said:
did they also ask you which bus the clocks run off of on the mighty beech?

I dont remember. I think they run off P3 bleed. Everything else does in that thing.

GP
 

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