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Forum: Tech Log
25th Feb 2021, 17:33
Replies: 4
Views: 1,009
Posted By ImbracableCrunk

Turning off the Trim Air wouldn't put the Packs...

Turning off the Trim Air wouldn't put the Packs to a default 65/75 temp, though, would it? Wouldn't it still look at the air temp sensor and try to go to full hot?
Forum: Tech Log
10th Feb 2021, 17:35
Replies: 4
Views: 1,009
Posted By ImbracableCrunk

737-900ER Temp Selector Anomaly

In 2016, an airline prohibited the OFF position on the temp selectors to prevent a fault with the E-Flow Electronic Pack Controllers.

Did your airline do this? Was there a fix?
Forum: Tech Log
9th Feb 2021, 01:51
Replies: 12
Views: 1,351
Posted By ImbracableCrunk

F *C* C, perhaps?

F *C* C, perhaps?
Forum: Tech Log
26th Jan 2021, 17:44
Replies: 43
Views: 6,826
Posted By ImbracableCrunk

Airspeed Unreliable NNC 6. Nuisance Stick...

Airspeed Unreliable NNC

6. Nuisance Stick Shaker Canon Plug . . . . . . Disconnect
...
22nd Jan 2021, 19:41
Replies: 675
Views: 664,240
Posted By ImbracableCrunk

safetypee Your comments strike me as coming...

safetypee

Your comments strike me as coming from one who has not flown the 737. If I’m mistaken, I apologize.

A pilot would not add aileron yaw with the A/P engaged. Asymmetric thrust can...
Forum: Tech Log
14th Jan 2021, 00:01
Replies: 8
Views: 1,494
Posted By ImbracableCrunk

14 years of rubbish

14 years on the type at two airlines and Iíve never needed bleeds off in cold weather ops. Itís always been summer ops. But Iíve never flown to Jersey.
Forum: Tech Log
13th Jan 2021, 02:09
Replies: 8
Views: 1,494
Posted By ImbracableCrunk

I'm not sure you'd ever need to do a bleeds off...

I'm not sure you'd ever need to do a bleeds off takeoff if the temp if below 10C.
Forum: Tech Log
17th Nov 2020, 22:25
Replies: 71
Views: 13,515
Posted By ImbracableCrunk

10 years in CL and we were taught no rotation =...

10 years in CL and we were taught no rotation = severe damage.
Forum: Tech Log
11th Nov 2020, 00:49
Replies: 27
Views: 4,876
Posted By ImbracableCrunk

I grab the FAF/Crossing Alt and monitor it. If I...

I grab the FAF/Crossing Alt and monitor it. If I can get to the FAF at the correct altitude, on speed, I can get to the runway.
14th Sep 2020, 15:06
Replies: 707
Views: 276,749
Posted By ImbracableCrunk

Both Teal and Leverkuhn said that they had never...

Both Teal and Leverkuhn said that they had never met MCAS and that it was a low-level coffee boy and worked for Boeing for only a short time.
24th Aug 2020, 03:02
Replies: 23
Views: 16,969
Posted By ImbracableCrunk

I think after all the discounts this jet will be...

I think after all the discounts this jet will be a great value. Maybe they should rebrand it the ValuJet. Has a certain ring to it.
Forum: Tech Log
22nd Aug 2020, 14:57
Replies: 23
Views: 2,547
Posted By ImbracableCrunk

I've flown for two 737 operators, one in Asia,...

I've flown for two 737 operators, one in Asia, one in the US. Asian carrier assumed autoland with a manual landing as a possibility. SOP was to always arm both autopilots.

The US carrier assumes...
Forum: Tech Log
21st Aug 2020, 02:39
Replies: 23
Views: 2,547
Posted By ImbracableCrunk

50' for manual landing, after touchdown for...

50' for manual landing, after touchdown for autoland. (FAA)
Forum: Tech Log
12th Aug 2020, 00:52
Replies: 69
Views: 17,376
Posted By ImbracableCrunk

I'm not certain about other types, but it is SOP...

I'm not certain about other types, but it is SOP for the 737CL and NG.
Forum: Tech Log
11th Aug 2020, 13:40
Replies: 46
Views: 6,747
Posted By ImbracableCrunk

This hasn't been mentioned in all the hair...

This hasn't been mentioned in all the hair splitting around ISA DEV:

I like to put the FAF and crossing altitude in the DESC page. I use it to monitor the path, regardless of what is shown on the...
Forum: Tech Log
31st Jul 2020, 04:19
Replies: 69
Views: 17,376
Posted By ImbracableCrunk

For 737 Drivers

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10th Mar 2020, 21:53
Replies: 37
Views: 26,045
Posted By ImbracableCrunk

"Fair Use" for educational purposes. You're not...

"Fair Use" for educational purposes. You're not trying to make a buck off of pprune.
Forum: Tech Log
31st Jan 2020, 19:34
Replies: 29
Views: 7,475
Posted By ImbracableCrunk

This may be a good time to point out that...

This may be a good time to point out that Boeing's own FCTM has the wrong thrust levers depicted in this section. Maybe it's the same 767 that they used in the body-contact depictions.
Forum: Tech Log
12th Nov 2019, 02:33
Replies: 5
Views: 1,108
Posted By ImbracableCrunk

One does. Including this one. 50'DH with HUD or...

One does. Including this one. 50'DH with HUD or Autoland but 30' with Hybrid.
Forum: Tech Log
15th Oct 2019, 16:22
Replies: 5
Views: 1,444
Posted By ImbracableCrunk

Couldnít this simply be in reference to the...

Couldnít this simply be in reference to the inboard stall strips?
Forum: Tech Log
2nd Oct 2019, 23:22
Replies: 25
Views: 5,559
Posted By ImbracableCrunk

There could always be an auto-stowed at certain...

There could always be an auto-stowed at certain TLA or N1. If the jet was overspeeding, the TLA would be likely below or moving to a lower power setting with the A/T on.
Forum: Tech Log
12th Sep 2019, 04:59
Replies: 23
Views: 5,879
Posted By ImbracableCrunk

1. Why have this forum if not to ask questions? ...

1. Why have this forum if not to ask questions?
2. There are also instructors here.
Forum: Tech Log
15th Aug 2019, 01:18
Replies: 11
Views: 3,148
Posted By ImbracableCrunk

I'm only speaking about the speed at which N1 is...

I'm only speaking about the speed at which N1 is changed. In VNAV SPD during a transition from level to climb, it takes VNAV forever to start a climb where LVL CHG seems to add power more quickly.
Forum: Tech Log
14th Aug 2019, 22:36
Replies: 11
Views: 3,148
Posted By ImbracableCrunk

Is the A/T more aggressive in LVL CHG? VNAV SPD...

Is the A/T more aggressive in LVL CHG? VNAV SPD can be preeeety lazy with thrust changes.
Forum: Tech Log
14th Aug 2019, 22:26
Replies: 15
Views: 6,001
Posted By ImbracableCrunk

Some planes are equipped with an additional...

Some planes are equipped with an additional DC-powered fuel pump. IIRC, it's in the L Main tank as well. I think it's powered on with the APU start switch. Not a common option, I believe.
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