So u cheated again!!
That is correct.
Please excuse me, but if I want to be absolutely sure of answers to some of your questions, I am not ashamed to admit that I need to peek at the books a bit.
Some of the scenarios you put forth require a considerable knowledge of the systems involved. And you, Cdfmxtech, can be a sneaky son of a gun.
Don't get me wrong, I like that trait.
In several of these discussions, you yourself, myself and other posters have admitted that we have gotten things wrong because we were going from memory or "the head or brain".
For my entire career in aviation, I have been trained to rely on the authorized, certified and current published version of the Aircraft Maintenance Manual
, and not to rely on "we've always done it that way", "that's how it worked on the other airplane" or "my buddy said do this".
I believe the only way to ensure accurate performance of maintenance tasks, and to understand how the aircraft operates is to follow the Final Authority: the Aircraft Maintenance Manual.
It's almost the same as pilots following their checklist. Ninety-Nine point Nine per cent of the time, it will save your life.
I know it's supposed to be a "Pop Quiz", but I'd rather give a correct answer obtained from some study rather than a wrong one from the info that I think
Too many variables involved.
The Final Authority Is the Aircraft Maintenance Manual.
How about the email? Did you ever get it?
"Eagles soar. But weasels never get sucked into jet intakes.."