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MTO 2017 Periodic
Service Worksheet
Worksheet no. (If required/used):
Date:
This worksheet lists the tasks to be completed/applied after the first 25/100 and subsequently every 100 hrs, or annually,
whichever is appropriate.
All work is to be carried out in line with the latest Maintenance Manual MTO 2017 available on the AutoGyro website.
Most of the checks and serviceability are ‘on condition’, meaning that the Engineer has the responsibility to decide if it is
acceptable for service.
All torque figures are standard torques for the screw/bolt size if not stated in the instruction.
Task Description
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100h
Other
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Aircraft Preparation
If necessary, carry out an acceptance check flight of
X
X
the aircraft
Clean aircraft. Remove dirt, dust, leaked fluids and
12-30-00
X
X
loose items
http://www.auto
Identify all relevant
-gyro.com
- Airworthiness Directives (AD)
X
X
- Service Bulletins (SB)
for airframe (AutoGyro) and power plant (ROTAX)
Examine historical / Maintenance Records and Log
Book. Identify:
-Time Change Items (TCI)
X
X
-Due dates for replacements, overhauls and special
activities
-Reported problems
Note / check all
- Serial Numbers
- Manufacturer Life Limits (MLL/SLL)
- Airworthiness Limitations (AWL)
X
X
- Inspection/Overhaul Time Limits (TBO)
according to Event & Configuration Log (AG-F-ECL),
respectively Inspection Protocol Cover Sheet
(AG-F-PCS).
Remove and inspect all service covers/maintenance
52-40-00 2-1
X
X
access covers
Remove and inspect body cowlings and rear seat
X
X
52-40-00 4-1
Rotor System
Check teeter angle
X
X
14° +/-1°
62-11-00 3-1
Remove rotor
X
X
62-11-00 4-1
Inspect rotor
X
X
62-11-00 6-1
Rotor system II (8.4m & 8.8m) or (8.4m & 8.8m
500hrs/ 3yr
62-11-00 4-2
TOPP). Disassemble rotor and inspect
Recommended
62-11-00 6-2
1yr in corrosive
environments
Re-assemble rotor
X
X
62-11-00 4-3
Check torque the blade to hub bar bolts/nuts
X
X
20Nm +/-5Nm
62-11-00 4-3
Inspect the 8 rotor hub bolts
200hrs/ 2yr
62-11-00 6-3
Nose Gear
Inspect nose wheel general condition, correct
pressure, condition of tread, correct seating of valve/
X
X
cap, secure installation and no play in wheel bearing.
Inspect wheel bearing for smooth operation
Inspect nose wheel fork general condition, secure
installation, freedom of movement, no excessive
X
X
play, distortion or damage
Inspect nose wheel rubber damper general condition
X
X
and correct operation
Cockpit
Inspect wiring and pitot/static lines general
condition, correct attachment, absence of chafing,
X
X
tears cracks, hardening, kinks or sharp changes of
direction
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Task Description
Replace or dry compressor humidity filter as
appropriate for environmental conditions
Carry out a full functional check of the pneumatic
system.
Ensure pneumatic system holds pressure in
accordance with the limits laid down in the
maintenance manual with the selector in both brake
and flight positions
Check security of instruments/switches etc. in their
cockpit mountings
Carry out a functional check of backup fuel pump if
fitted
Carry out a functional check of strobes if fitted
Carry out a functional check of nav lights if fitted
Carry out a functional check of landing lights if fitted
Carry out a functional check of Air Speed Indicator
Ensure altimeter is calibrated to QNH/ambient
pressure
Ensure compass is correctly calibrated (Refer to
manufacturer’s instructions)
Ensure correct function of digital altimeter and air
speed indicators if fitted
Ensure all glass cockpit instrument ranges compare
with those in the TADS, if fitted
Nose gear/rudder control run
Inspect the setup of rudder and pedals
25h
100h
X
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36-00-00 5-1
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
0.5 bar/hr
maximal loss
34-10-00 5-2
31-20-00 5-1
X
X
X
31-20-00 5-2
X
X
X
Inspect pedals for freedom of movement.
Inspect push-pull cables (PPCs) for secure
installation, no play, no chafing.
Inspect all cable pulleys for free rotation, security
and wear
Inspect security of all rudder control run securing
bolts and locknuts
Inspect upper rudder attachment point bush for
freedom of movement in the attachment plate
Inspect tail plane security to airframe bolt torque
Inspect tail and rudder for signs of composite
damage, particularly at joints and welds
Inspect security of rudder trim tab
Flight Control
Inspect play in the rotor head control system
Inspect forward (and rear if installed) flight control
stick(s) general condition, freedom and full range of
movement, secure installation, cable routing, no
damage or chafing
Inspect radial bearings in control stick base fork for
wear or damage
Inspect main control rod and ball joints general
condition, freedom of movement, secure installation,
damage or deformation
Inspect bolts of flight control base link. Replace if
required
Inspect for freedom of movement of base link
Inspect radial bearings in base link for wear or
damage
Other
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
835mm +/10mm
MT03 940mm
+/-10mm ?
27-20-00 5-1
0.2mm
5mm
67-00-00 6-1
67-00-00 6-1
200hr
X
X
X
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Task Description
Inspect condition of push rods and eye ends for
damage distortion, corrosion, freedom of movement,
cracks, wear
Airframe/Fuselage
Inspect forward seat general condition, secure
installation, no damage and freedom of movement
of the hinges
Inspect forward seat adjustment mechanism general
condition, secure, damage and correct locking in
every position
Inspect all forward seatbelt mounting points for
tightness and security
Inspect forward seatbelt for damage or frays and
security of buckles
Inspect rear seat general condition, secure
installation, damage and freedom of movement of
the hinges
Inspect rear seat adjustment mechanism general
condition, secure, no damage and correct locking in
every position
Inspect all rear seatbelt mounting points for
tightness and security
Inspect rear seatbelt for damage or frays and security
of buckles
Inspect Instructor mag switches (if installed) for
security & presence of safe-guards
Inspect front windshield general condition,
cleanliness, no cracks.
Confirm presence of slip indicator
Inspect rear windshield general condition,
cleanliness, no cracks
Inspect airframe for damage, malalignment,
deformation or cracks (especially at welded joints at
the mast root
Inspect upper mast assembly for security, no cracks,
distortion
Inspect correct torque of frame to upper mast
attachment bolts
Inspect mast rubber mounting bushes.
Enter movement values on the Additional Work
Report sheet
Inspect all frame to fuselage assembly points for
security
Inspect all fuselage panels general condition, no
cracks, deformation of missing components
Inspect nose storage access cover fitted/camlocs
secure & operate correctly, no cracks, damage or
deformation
Inspect keel tube general condition, secure
installation, weld seams, no cracks
Inspect the engine mounting brackets general
condition, no cracks or distortion
Inspect the engine mounting bushes for secure
installation and condition of rubber
Pitot-Static System
Inspect pitot/ram air tube general condition, secure
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X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Manufacturers
recommend’n
10yr
Manufacturers
recommend’n
10yr
53-00-00 6-1
X
X
X
70Nm
X
Initially at 2yrs
or 200hr, then
every 100hr
X
X
X
X
X
X
62-51-00 6-1
52-00-00 4-1
X
X
X
X
5yr
X
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Task Description
installation
Inspect static lines general condition, secure
installation, no obstructions, no leaks.
Clean and dry static lines as required
Main Gear and Brakes
Remove the main undercarriage spar to fuselage
forward attachment bolts individually and check for
corrosion. Replace if required. Re-assemble and
tighten
Inspect main undercarriage spar and attachments to
airframe for damage or fatigue, no cracks or
deformation
Inspect main wheels general condition, correct
pressure, condition of tread, correct seating of valve
and cap, secure installation and no play in wheel
bearing.
Inspect wheel bearing for smooth operation.
Ensure slip mark is present and aligned
Inspect wheel spats for secure installation and
general condition, no cracking (if fitted)
Inspect brake lines for secure installation, no leaks,
no chafing
Inspect wheel callipers for secure installation and
freedom of operation, no leaks
Inspect brake pads for wear (wear mark/groove must
be visible) and condition
Inspect brake disc condition and security of 4 x
attachment screws.
Check torque
Inspect the throttle/brake unit for correct operation,
secure installation, condition of ratchet teeth, brake
fluid level, no leaks. Replenish fluid as required
Pre-rotator
Inspect the pneumatic clutch correct operation,
secure installation, pneumatic connections, no wear
or chafing
Inspect front dog gear (clutch side) and rear dog gear
(engine side) general condition, no cracks
Connect a manometer to the clutch pressure line
using a T-connector and note time to pressurize (0 to
5 bar within 10 sec.).
Inspect the pre-rotator drive shaft with sliding shaft
coupling general condition, secure installation,
smooth operation, no cracks (especially at the
flanges), distortion or play in bearing.
Lubricate the sliding shaft joint.
Protect steel parts (shafts and cardan joints) with
chain wax, cavity spray or equivalent
Inspect angle gearbox and mounting brackets general
condition, secure installation, no cracks, smooth
running, no leaks
Inspect pre-rotator upper engagement.
Inspect backlash.
Lubricate with grease AG-GRS-01 (WHS2002)
Rotor Head
Inspect brake/trim cylinder secure installation, no
damage
Inspect roll trim cylinder secure installation, correct
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X
Other
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Initials
34-10-00 7-1
34-10-00 5-1
Initially at 2yr,
then annually
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
32-40-00 2-1
32-40-00 8-2
X
X
X
X
X
X
76-10-00 8-1
63-11-10 5-1
63-11-10 6-1
63-11-10 6-1
63-11-10 4-2
X
X
X
63-11-30 6-1
X
X
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function, no damage
Inspect all hoses at the rotor head for absence of
leaks, correct attachment, security, no chafing,
hardening, kinks or sharp bends
Renew teeter tower/bearing assembly
Inspect rotor head bridge. Carry out a torque check
of the main bolt. Refit split pin
Inspect rotor head gimbal for correct operation and
secure installation of all attached parts.
Record controlled angles on Additional Work
Report.
Lube AG-GRS-01 (WHS2002)
Inspect teeter bolt & bushes for damage, wear,
corrosion. Service/lube
Inspect three split pins present and secure
Inspect forward and rear rotor brake pads for
function & wear
Protect steel parts with chain wax, cavity spray or
equivalent
Fuel System
Inspect fuel tanks for security and correct
installation.
Inspect fuel tanks general condition, no leaks,
chafing, cracks or distortion.
Inspect presence/condition of tank level markings.
Inspect correct operation and display of fuel gauge to
tank contents (if fitted)
Inspect tank interior for foreign debris. Remove if
found
Inspect functionality of low level warning light if
fitted
Inspect fuel venting lines condition and routing
Inspect fuel water contamination drains absence of
leaks
Inspect fuel tank cap for seal deterioration & security
of fit
Inspect breather pipe filter for blockages
Inspect all pipes & hoses of the fuel system for
secure installation, presence of fire protective sleeve
(if fitted), no cracks, chafing, kinks or sharp direction
changes, deterioration or hardening.
Replace nylon & F5273 fuel filter if contaminated.
Replace as pair
Inspect and clean electric fuel pump internal filter(s)
if fitted
Oil System
Inspect oil cooler general condition, secure
installation, cleanliness, no leaks, chafing, damage or
deformed fins
Inspect all hoses and pipes of the oil system for
secure installation, no leaks, chafing, tears/cracks,
hardening, kinks or sharp direction changes.
Inspect firm seating of hoses on the fittings.
Ensure all rubber hoses comply with the 5 year
renewal recommendation
Inspect thermostat assembly for secure attachment,
no cracks, leaks or porous hoses
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X
X
X
X
X
X
X
1500hr
Minimum
120Nm
Fwd: -5.5°
Rear: 17.5°
Right: 7°
Left: 9°
62-31-00 6-1
62-32-00 6-1
X
X
X
X
X
X
28-20-00 5-1
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Recommended
500hr/3Yr or on
condition
X
28-20-00 6-1
28-20-00 8-1
28-20-00 6-1
28-20-00 8-1
X
X
X
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Coolant System
Inspect all hoses and pipes of the coolant system for
secure installation, no leaks, chafing, tears/cracks,
hardening, kinks or sharp direction changes.
Inspect firm seating of hoses on the fittings.
Inspect radiator general condition, secure
installation, cleanliness, no leaks, chafing, damage or
deformed fins
Inspect presence/condition of heat protection on
coolant hose from cylinder 2
Inspect water thermostat for secure attachment,
presence of earth cable, no leaks, damage or chafing
Propeller
Inspect propeller blades for cracks, delamination or
impact damage
Inspect spinner (if fitted) with spinner mounting
plate general condition, secure installation, no
cracks. Remove one spinner attachment screw and
confirm secured with Loctite 243. Refit using Loctite
243. If necessary, re-apply Loctite 243 to all screws
and re-tighten.
Inspect propeller to frame clearance
HTC: Perform a visual inspection of the hub.
Ensure safety paint on head of bolt to hub is not
broken (if applied).
Check torque flange bolts and re-apply safety paint if
required
HTC: Inspect leading edge protective tape (if fitted)
for air bubbles, lifted edges or deterioration
HTC: Ensure all blades have the same pitch
25h
100h
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X
X
X
X
X
X
61-10-00 4-1
X
X
X
5cm minimum
X
X
15Nm
X
X
X
AG propeller
pitch gauge
61-10-00 5-1
IVO: Inspect blades for loose pitch torsion rod (tap
test), condition of contact plate brushes and tension
X
X
40Nm
strips between blades if fitted. Check torque flange
bolts
IVO: Inspect leading edge protection for lifted edges
X
X
or deterioration
IVO: Inspect cable routing at arm, ensure secure
X
Engine and Accessories
NOTE: All engine checks to be carried out in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions.
Include supplementary procedures below.
Inspect starter battery for security, deformation,
cracks, chafing leaks, oxidization, pole cover, Charge
X
state/condition.
Inspect the engine mounting ring frame for secure
installation, no chafing, distortion, cracks or missing
X
40Nm
paint.
Check torque 4 ring mount to engine securing bolts
Inspect exhaust system general condition, secure
installation, no leaks, cracks (tap test) or loose rivets.
Inspect presence and condition of retaining springs
and safety cable. Replace as required.
X
Ensure the sliding joint is free to move at exhaust
manifold from cylinder 1.
Lube with anti-seize or copper paste
Inspect the silencer for secure installation of clamps,
rivets and lock wire. Ensure lock wire passes through
X
clamp screw housing and slot in screw head
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Task Description
Ensure wire locking is present on:
Oil tank drain plug
Oil sump drain plug
Carb air filters
Oil pump
Magnetic plug
Ensure choke and throttle levers move freely from
stop to stop, and that turbo detent can be positively
felt. Ensure cables are mechanically synchronised.
Lube lever joints
Inspect clearance between airbox (if fitted) and
engine mounting frame
Supplementary procedure: Oil change:
On draining all oil, ensure it is run through a 190
micron filter paper, attach photo of findings to this
protocol
Supplementary procedure: Inspection of magnetic
plug:
Attach a photo of the magnetic plug before cleaning
to this protocol
Supplementary procedure: Inspection of oil filter:
Attach a photo of the paper mesh from the cut open
filter to this protocol
Supplementary procedure: Refilling of oil:
Record type of oil used to refill on the Supplementry
Work Report
Finalization Work
Assemble the rotor system on the aircraft and lube
teeter assembly through grease nipple
Carry out a tool and loose article check
Ensure all service covers are re-installed
Securely tie down the aircraft and carry out a ground
run
Carry out a test flight if required
Ensure all log book entries are completed
appropriately, and service record updated
Carry out any other documentation requirements by
the countries Airworthiness Administration
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100h
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X
X
X
X
X
Other
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71-20-00 6-1
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
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MM 05-60-00
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Date:
Worksheet no. (If required/used):
Tasks completed by (Name):
Signature:
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Engine hours logged:
Initials:
Airframe hours logged:
Date:
The technical content of this document should be approved with the national Airworthiness Authority as required.
Maintenance Release: The work recorded above (all
Comments:
pages) has been completed to my satisfaction and in
that respect the aircraft is considered fit for flight.
Signature:
Initials:
Date:
Inspector or licence number (if required):
Dated:
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