Our MMEL states:
One system may be inoperative provided:
-Associated auto slat system is placarded inoperative in accordance with MEL item 27-7 and
-Associated pitch limit indicator (PLI) is placarded inoperative in accordance with MEL item 34-34, and
-Associated maximum speed and maximum maneuvering speed indications are placarded inoperative in accordance with MEL item 34-2d, and
-Associated mach trim system is placarded inoperative in accordance with MEL item 22-6, and
If system No. 1 is inoperative, yaw damp is placarded inoperative in accordance with MEL item 22-4, and
-Normal operation of the ramaining system is verified per MPM 27-08, prior to first flight with this condition, and
-This verification and Maintenance Logbook entry signifying accomplishment are repeated prior to each departure until restoration is made, and
-An appropriate MEL placard is used.
The MEL/CDL MPM states:
Placard Associated Stall Warning Test Switch - NO.1 or NO.2 STALL WARNING SYSTEM INOP.
A. Stall Warning System No. 1 may be deactivated by opening and collaring the P18-2 Panel circuit breakers labeled; STICK SHAKER LEFT. If the captains PLI, lower amber band symbols are displaying erroneous data, open/collar P18-2 Panel circuit breakers labeled: SMYDC-1 SNSR EXC AC.
NOTE: Opening the SMYDC-1/2 SNSR EXC AC circuit breakers will deactivate: (1) the associated Auto Slat System (See MEL Item 27-7), (2) the associated PLI see MEL Item 34-34), (3) the associated upper/lower bands (see MEL Item 34-2), (4) the associated Mach Trim System (see MEL Item 22-6), and (5) in addition, if the SMYDC-1 SNSR EXC AC circuit breaker is opened, the Yaw Damper (MEL 22-4) will be activated.
Prior to each departure, verify the operative Stall Warning System is operating normally by pressing the associated Stall Warning Test Switch and checking that the appropriate stick shaker operates. With one Stall Warning System operating normally, the airplane may be dispatched.
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