One may be inoperative in the lower center DU position.
1. The six display units are interchangeable. If the inoperative display unit is in a location other than the lower center position, it can be replaced with the operative unit from the lower center position.
2. For a non-video capable display unit is installed in the left or right inboard or in the lower center display locations, ground maneuver camera video will not be available on that display.
3. Refer to AMM 31-61-01/401 for DU removal and installation procedures.
bradyj23 wrote:They get changed regularly. You will often see burn in from where the screen used to be. But they get swapped to try and prevent this.
Horstroad wrote:bradyj23 wrote:They get changed regularly. You will often see burn in from where the screen used to be. But they get swapped to try and prevent this.
We don't do that. Not that I'm aware of at least. And I've never seen burn in. Did they use a different part number earlier? Did they changed it when they upgraded from AIMS-1 to AIMS-2?
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