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NEW CV-22 APU TEST - The CV-22 APU run test consists of 20 general knowledge questions and 1 emergency question. Test and practical must be accomplished annually. - TEST BREAKDOWN - 1 emergency procedure (Put in the correct sequence) - Must make 100% - 20 general information multiple choice/true or false - Must make 90% (-2)! Missing 3 or more is a failure - References: IETM’S/T.O. - S/S/S 0020 Aircraft Safety System Description - S/S/S 2420 AC Power Theory of Operation - S/S/S 2921 Hydraulic System 3 System Description - S/S/S 2921 Hydraulic System 3 System Theory - S/S/S 4900 Auxiliary Power Unit Theory of Operation - S/S/S 4900 Auxiliary Power Unit System Description - TO. 1V-22(C) B-2-72CL-00-1 APU Operation/Emergency Procedures
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  • Fall '17
  • Alternating Current, Auxiliary Power Unit, Electrical generators, 4900 Auxiliary Power Unit System Description, IETM’s Task S, NEW CV-22 APU TEST

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