Aircraft Report for n762dt



Registration History for n762dt


N-Number Make Model Serial Location Description Time
N762DT EMBRAER ERJ 170-100 STD 17000298 WILMINGTON, DE Aircraft registered to WILMINGTON TRUST CO TRUSTEE, airworthiness date 2021-09-03, expiration date 2024-09-30, serial number 17000298. 2021-09-02

Service Difficulty Reports for n762dt





N-Number Make Model Serial Description Time
N762DT EMB EMB110* During DESCENT - STRONG SMELL DURING TAKEOFF CRUISE AND DESCENT IN THE CICKPIT AND CABIN-C/A-RAN APU AND 1 AND 2 PACKS. NO ABNORMAL SMELLNOTED. WALKED LENGTH OF CABIN, COCKPIT AND LAVS. NO DEFECTS FOUND IAW STANDARD PRACTICES. AC OK FOR SERVICE. 2022-10-03
N762DT EMB EMB110* During TAKEOFF - REPEAT ISSUE - STRONG SMELL ON TAKE OFF TO 2500' IN FLIGHT DECK AND FWD CABIN. ENGINE RUNNING, APU OFF, T/O POWER APPLIED.-C/A-PERFORMED FIM TASK 72-00-00-01-003 SUBTASK 72-00-00-810-021 STEPS UP TO AND INCLUDING FIGURE 131 (SHEET 1) STEP 3OF FLOW CHART "DO AN ENGINE RUN, IDLE FOR 3 MINUTES, 70% N1 FOR 10 MINUTES" EXCLUDING "DO A PRV PROCEDURE. REFER TO TASK 75-00-00-800-808 ( 75-00-00, SPECIAL PROCEDURES 008- SEAL PRESSURE REGULATOR VALVE- REMOVAL, INSPECTION AND INSTALLATION)." 2022-10-03
N762DT EMB EMB110* During UNKNOWN - AFT FA EMERENCY FLASHLIGHT HOLDER/CHARGER BROKEN-C/A-R AND R AFT FA FLASHLIGHT ASSY. IAW EMB 170 MM STANDARD MTX PRACTICES 2022-09-23
N762DT EMB EMB110* During LANDING - FO AND STND BY AIRSPEED SPLIT EMERGENCY DECLARED LANDING OVERWIEIGHT WITHIN SINK RATE T/S AIRSPEED SPLIT. FOUND ADSP #4LIP TO BE BENT AND OUT OF LIMITS IAW EMB 175 MM 34-13-01-220-801-A-C/A-RAR ADSP #4 IAW ERJ AMM 34-13-01. OPS CHECK GOOD. 2022-09-19

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