An electrical specialist checks regulators,igniter,alarm bell,motor during the B-24 aircraft inspection in the United States.
United States USA Date:1943 Duration:3 min 28 sec Sound:Yes
The 50-hours inspection of the ignition and electrical system of the USAAF B-24 Liberator heavy bomber aircraft at an airfield in the United States. The electrical specialist checks the regulators in the aircraft nose compartment. The specilaist checks starters and removes window strap for proper inspection. The specialist checks brush condition and inspects the heaters. He takes out screws and pulls out back casting and inspects the back plate for deformation of metals. The electrical specialist uses air hose to clean the oven. He checks and cleans the igniter using a brush. The specialist makes a similar inspection with the side heaters and cleans solenoid belt. He runs the motor and checks its functioning. He inspects the battery plug connection on the outside of the aircraft. He checks the A/C inverter. O perational check of alarm bell is done. He opens the fuse box to repair it, and with the help of a diagram he replaces the bad fuse with the new fuse. The aircraft in flight after completion of inspection.
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