Aircraft Report for n501pa



Registration History for n501pa






N-Number Make Model Serial Location Description Time
N501PA CESSNA 150M 15077482 HENDERSON, NV Aircraft registered to CHAPMAN ANTHONY J, airworthiness date 1975-10-28, expiration date 2023-06-30, serial number 15077482. 2020-02-12
N501PA CESSNA 150M 15077482 HENDERSON, NV Aircraft registered to CHAPMAN ANTHONY J, airworthiness date 1975-10-28, expiration date 2020-06-30, serial number 15077482. 2017-06-22
N501PA CESSNA 150M 15077482 EAGLE RIVER, AK Aircraft registered to BROOKS JASON M, airworthiness date 1975-10-28, expiration date 2017-04-30, serial number 15077482. 2014-04-14
N501PA CESSNA 150M 15077482 EAGLE RIVER, AK Aircraft registered to BROOKS JASON M, airworthiness date 1975-10-28, expiration date 2017-04-30, serial number 15077482. 2014-04-14
N501PA CESSNA 150M 15077482 OREGON, WI Aircraft registered to SMART ANTHONY T, airworthiness date 1975-10-28, expiration date 2015-10-31, serial number 15077482. 2012-10-17

Accident History for n501pa


N-Number Make Model Location Description Time
N501PA LKHEED 10113853 LOS ANGELES, CA NOSE GEAR RETRACT SYSTEM FAILED ON TAKEOFF. RETURNED. LANDED NOSE GEAR UP. FOUND A FAULTY RETRACT ACTUATOR ASSEMBLY 1984-06-11

Service Difficulty Reports for n501pa













N-Number Make Model Serial Description Time
N501PA CESSNA 150M During NOT REPORTED - AD 93-18-03 AND PRECISION AIRMOTIVE SB NR MSA-2 R1, WAS DONE ON THIS CARB. AT 1521 HRS SMOH WHICH IS THE SINGLE PIECE VENTURI. IT WAS DONE BY A REPAIR STATION. AT 1771 HRS SMOH, ENGINE BEGAN TO RUN EXTREMELY ROUGH. OAT WAS ABOUT 27 DEGREES FAHRENHEIT. INVESTIGATION FOUND OUT THAT IF SINGLE PIECE VENTURI WAS INSTALLED AND ENGINE RAN ROUGH, IT NEEDED A DIFFERENT METERING NOZZLE, KIT PN 666-942. THIS WAS DONE AND IT RAN FINE. SUBMITTER SUGGESTS IF SINGLE PIECE VENTURI IS INSTALLED, THAT CHANGING THE FUEL NOZZLE IS A MUST. IT IS COVERED IN SB MSA-2. 1995-03-10
N501PA LKHEED 10113853 During CLIMB - OSA - AIRCRAFT RETURNED TO OSA FROM TEN MINUTES OUT DUE TO NR 2 ENGINE VIBRATION. S/D - VIBRATION WAS REPORTED DURING CRUISE. VIBRATION INCREASED FROM 1.0 TO 2.0, THEN STABILIZED AT 1.5. PRIOR TO LANDING AT OSA VIBRATIONS WERE 2.5. NR 2ENGINE WAS SHUT DOWN. CHIP DETECTORS, MAIN AND SCAVENGE FILTERS CHECKED OK. INLET AND EXHAUST CHECKED OK. FAN BLADEMID-SPANS (CLAPPERS) WERE LOOSE AND LUBED PER MM 72-31-05. ACCOMPLISHED VIBRATION SURVEY, TEST 11 PER MM 71-00-00. ENGINE OP CHECKED OK AND WAS CONTINUED IN SERVICE. NO FURTHER REPORTS OF VIBRATION TO DATE. 1987-12-06
N501PA LKHEED 10113853 During TAKEOFF - FLIGHT RETURNED AFTER TOWER REPORTED FLUID LOSS FROM RIGHT WING. FOUND LINE PACKING LEAKING BETWEEN FUEL REGULATOR + HPPUMP. 1984-06-11
N501PA LKHEED 10113853 During CLIMB - UNABLE TO RETRACT LEADING EDGE SLATS ACTUATOR BINDING. CLEANED AND LUBED ACTUATORS, BOTH WINGS. 1984-06-01
N501PA LKHEED 10113853 During CLIMB - L/E SLAT EXTEND LIGHT ON FLAP IND FLASHING WHEN FLAP HANDLE MOVED TO ZERO. FOUND NR 4 L/E SLAT ACTUATOR JACKSCREW FAILED. 1984-05-04
N501PA LKHEED 10113853 During TAKEOFF - NOSE GEAR FAILED TO RETRACT.FOUND ACTUATOR BRACE ATTACH LUGS BROKEN. 1984-03-07
N501PA LKHEED 10113853 During TAXI/GRND HDL - SMOKE IN CABIN, SPARKS COMING FROM AREA OF R2 DOOR.FWD AVIONICS FAN CB4 PANEL, BREAKER + WIRING BURNT. 1982-07-12
N501PA LKHEED 10113853 During CRUISE - SHUT DOWN NO 3 ENG DUE NO 3 AVM PEAKED 3.8 UNITS FOR 2 SEC.DUMPED FUEL RETURNED.INSP REVEALED FAILURE OF LP LOCATION BRNG. 1981-07-12
N501PA LKHEED 10113853 During TAKEOFF - NOISE AND VIBRATION NO 3 ENGINE SHUTDOWN.FOUND LP LOCATION BEARING FAILURE IMMINENT. 1982-07-22
N501PA LKHEED 10113853 During CRUISE - NR 1 ENGINE COMPRESSOR STALLED IN CLIMB. FOUND LOW PRESSURE TURBINE WITH FAILED BLADES. 1984-10-24
N501PA LKHEED 10113853 During CLIMB - SFO - AIRCRAFT RETURNED TO SFO WITH A LEADING EDGE FLAP PROBLEM. DUMPED FUEL PRIOR TO LANDING. FLIGHT CANCELLED. S/D- REPLACED LEFT LEADING EDGE SLAT ASYMMETRY BRAKE ACCOUNT TRIPPED. CHECKED NORMAL. 1986-12-28
N501PA LKHEED 10113853 During INSP/MAINT - HKG - DURING C-CHECK AT HAECO, HONG KONG, THE NOSE GEAR WHEEL WELL AFT BULKHEAD AT FS 449 LEFT HAND SIDE WAS FOUND TO HAVE A .1875 INCH CRACK IN A FITTING AND A .040 INCH CRACK IN THE LOWER CHORD. THE RIGHT HAND SIDE WAS FOUND TO HAVE A .1875 INCH CRACK IN THE FITTING (PN 1543141). REPAIR/MODIFICATION WAS ACCOMPLISHED IN ACCORDANCE WITH LOCKHEED SERVICE BULLETIN 093-53-233. 1987-11-13

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