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Environmental Protection and Inspection Section Ferrous Metals Section Cabin Interior Chapter Aircraft Electrical Wire Selection Section 7. Application and Dope Section 3.
Health and Safety Section 3. Identification of Metals Section 2. Wiring Installation Inspection Requirements Section 9. Advisory Circular AC Electrical Wire Rating Section 6. Electrical and Electronic Symbols Chapter Inspection of Circuit-Protection Devices Section 5.
Inspection of Propellers Section 6.
AC B Aircraft Repairs and Inspections
Storage of Batteries Section 3. Radiography X-ray Inspection Section 7.
Magnesium and Magnesium Alloys Section Protection of Unused Connectors Section Basic Corrosion Removal Techniques Section 8. Welding and Brazing Safety Chapter 5. Propeller Tracking and Vibration Chapter 9.
The methods, techniques, and practices outlined in this advisory circular are considered acceptable to the Av43.13-1a. Fuel Systems Section 3. Emergency Equipment Section 4. Using the table of contents below, click on a link to review the appropriate section: Metal Structure, Welding, and Brazing Section 1.
Welding and Brazing Section 6. Aircraft Avionics Systems Section 1.
Repairs to Fabric Covering Chapter 3. Aircraft Systems and Components Section 1.
Ultrasonic Inspection Section 8. Human Factors Section 1.
The aircraft repairs and inspections outlined here may be used as approved data, and the AC chapter, page, and paragraph listed in block 8 of the FAA Form when: Wire Marking Section Tap Testing Section 9. Engines, Fuel, Exhaust, and Propellers Section 1. Practices and Precautions Section 2.