1017. FUEL CROSSFEED/BOOST SYSTEM MAINTENANCE OPERATIONAL CHECK
Tool Kit, Aircraft
Pail, Utility (2)
Attack Helicopter Repairer (3)
Two people to assist
L200 and R200 access
FUEL SYSTEM POWER
Pilot and CPG
Make sure helicopter safing procedures are accomplished. Observe all
safety precautions during troubleshooting or maintenance tasks. Failure
to do so could result in death or serious injury. If injury occurs, seek
Jet engine fuel is explosive, flammable, and toxic to skin, eyes, and
respiratory tract. Work in a well-ventilated area away from open flames.
Wear protective clothing. If fuel comes in contact with eyes or skin, flush
with water and get medical aid.
Do not allow sparks or flame near helicopter when servicing or
performing maintenance on fuel system.
Make sure helicopter and drains are properly grounded (FM 10-68).
Refer to pilot station (fig. 1042) and CPG station (fig. 1043) for cockpit
configuration and equipment.
If referenced out of one paragraph or volume and into another for
additional troubleshooting, upon completion of the task, return to the
maintenance operational check for the original paragraph or volume.
Amber XFEED indicators on pilot and CPG caution/warning panels
(fig.1051) will light with pilot FUEL panel (fig. 1046)
ENG 1 and ENG 2 switches set to OFF (engine 1 and engine 2
crossfeed/shutoff valves closed).