TEST ILCA JAM SENSORS PHASE II
Inspection of the thrust ILCA will differ
slightly from pitch, roll and yaw ILCAs.
Only about 70 percent of the control
valve motion can be obtained without
hydraulic pressure. Due to the thrust
lever contacting its down stop before
the stop on the thrust ILCA is reached.
However, there is sufficient movement
of the control valve to determine
binding if condition exists.
To inspect the thrust ILCA depress and hold the
thrust control brake trigger (8) located on the
trust grip (7).
Grasping the thrust ILCA input control rod (9),
repeat TEST steps 4 and 5 with the thrust ILCA
control valve lever (10).
Release thrust control brake trigger (8).
If it has been determined that there
is high friction or binding within the
normal operating range (between
stops) of the control valve on the
thrust ILCA, proceed with step 10.