Fri, Dec 16, 2005
Do 228-100, -101, -200, -201, -202 and -212 aeroplanes.
Requirement: 1. Inspect the overhead panel 5VE and
6VE for chafing of the wiring and correct installation of the
ty-rap holders in accordance with RUAG Services GmbH All Operator
Telefax AOT-228-24-028 dated 9 November 2005.
2. If, as a result of the Requirement 1 inspection, discrepancies
are found with the wiring or installation of the ty-rap holders,
carry out any necessary modifications in accordance with the
Note 1: The following Time Limits/Maintenance Checks
Aircraft Maintenance Manual (AMM) Temporary Revisions (T/R) also
AMM 39-2, 39-3, 39-4, 39-5
Note 2: LBA AD D-2005-438 (EASA Approval 2005-6430) refers.
Compliance: For Requirement 1 - Within twenty
eight days after the effective date of this Directive and
thereafter at twelve month intervals.
For Requirement 2 - Before further flight after the Requirement 1
This Airworthiness Directive becomes effective on 19 December
The German Luftfahrt-Bundesamt has advised that, due to vibration
and a loss of adhesive on ty-rap wiring holders above the overhead
panels 5VE and 6VE wiring may chafe against switches in the panels.
This Directive requires the wiring to be inspected for chafing and
ty-rap holder for correct installation and, if necessary, the
correction of any discrepancies.
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