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B752 Panel Next To P72

Sun Nov 30, 2008 7:28 am

On some pics in a magazine.I noticed that there is a Panel on the B757 besidfes the P72 [located aft of the MWW doors,if not mistaken is named P82.Our B752s don't have this extra panel.Anyone aware of it & its purpose?
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RE: B752 Panel Next To P72

Sun Nov 30, 2008 4:27 pm

Have you looked in Chapter 51-00-04 of the SRM, it should provide the panel number and what it provides access to.
 
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RE: B752 Panel Next To P72

Sun Nov 30, 2008 7:50 pm

Hi MEL
I can't remember this panel, and I looked in our schematics and there is no P82, or anything higher than P72.
 
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RE: B752 Panel Next To P72

Sun Nov 30, 2008 8:32 pm



Quoting TristarSteve (Reply 2):

Hi MEL
I can't remember this panel, and I looked in our schematics and there is no P82, or anything higher than P72.

Could it be P80......instead of P82.

I'll check the SRM at work.

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RE: B752 Panel Next To P72

Mon Dec 01, 2008 1:44 am

Our WDM (91-01-21) calls it the P80 - Panel Left W/W Elec Service.

Strangely, it doesn't show up again anywhere else I could find. I'll walk out to one later and see what it is.
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RE: B752 Panel Next To P72

Mon Dec 01, 2008 5:43 am

Just checked a couple of airplanes. Not installed. Maybe a pax bird thing.
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RE: B752 Panel Next To P72

Mon Dec 01, 2008 8:39 am



Quoting Fr8Mech (Reply 5):

Just checked a couple of airplanes. Not installed. Maybe a pax bird thing.

Could it be an option on the B753 only?
I suppose it too like the P72 is used for Manual extention of the Main Gear doors on ground.
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RE: B752 Panel Next To P72

Mon Dec 01, 2008 12:37 pm



Quoting Fr8Mech (Reply 5):
Not installed. Maybe a pax bird thing

Not on my airplanes, so must be an option. And since American doesn't buy options we wouldn't have it.

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RE: B752 Panel Next To P72

Mon Dec 01, 2008 1:55 pm



Quoting Boeing767mech (Reply 7):
And since American doesn't buy options

David, is that standard procedure for AA on all fleets, or do they just tend to be "budget minded" when purchasing birds??
 
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RE: B752 Panel Next To P72

Mon Dec 01, 2008 4:07 pm

Just to let you folks know.....P81 is the Operating panel for the MDCD mounted on the aft wall of the Fwd lavatory near 1L door on Freighters.

So could P80 be related to a Freighter Modification panel.But our B752SF & B752PCF don't have them.

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RE: B752 Panel Next To P72

Tue Dec 02, 2008 5:51 am

Hawk

According to our AMM the 757-232 have the P72 and the P80 underneath access door 198PR and 197RL respectively. 198PR is aft of the right main gear wheel well and 197RL being aft of the left main gear wheel well is symetrical to 198PR. The P80 has the nose and main gear door control switches and the left main gear door ground release handle, which isn't really part of P80 - it's next to it, while the P72 is as far as I can tell an unused designation as there is only the right main gear door ground release handle underneath access door 198PR. My guess is that if the nose and main gear door control switches are located under 197RL then it is the P80. If they are are located under 198PR then it is the P72. All of ours that I remember are P80. Hope this helps!

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RE: B752 Panel Next To P72

Wed Dec 03, 2008 1:13 am



Quoting Dl757md (Reply 10):
Hope this helps!

best so far on the topic.
However the P72 holds the Arm,Extend switches & the Red safe to enter light test switch.
None of our Aircraft have the P80.
However those manual handles could be for manually unlocking the doors if the Alternate mechanism does not succeed.

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