Embraer Phenom 300

By By Fred George fred_george@aviationweek.com
Source: Business & Commercial Aviation

Read the Embraer Phenom 300 pilot report by Fred George from the October 2009 issue. Tap here in the digital edition of BCA.

Top 25 AOG Causes
Rank12-MonthAOGsDescriptionsSolution
143Flap FailFlight Control Electronics Unit - 1011
219Engine Start FailureRelay Contactor
319Brake Inop / FailureBrake Control Unit - Version 7
412Gust Lock MalfunctionUnder Investigation
58Anti-Skid FailureBrake Control Unit - Version 8
68Chip Detection — Engine Oil Contamination MessageProdigy SW Load 63
78DC Bus FailureRelay Contactor
88Smart Probe Heat FailureUnder Investigation
94Ventral Rudder FailureUnder Investigation
104Windshield Heat InopW/S Heat Control Unit — Version 4
114Hydraulic System LeakHydraulic Accumulator
125Bleed Air FailurePRSOV Corrosion
133Garmin Integrated Avionics UnitUnder Investigation
148Air Data SystemUnder Investigation
154Engine — No DispatchFADEC Upgrade
1610Engine Air Inlet CracksRetrofit Engine Inlet
173Pitch Trim Failure — Normal ModeFlight Control Electronics Unit - 1011
183MLG Oleo LeakUnder Investigation
193Engine Oil ProblemUnder Investigation
207Multifunction Spoiler FaultFlight Control Electronics Unit - 1011
214Multifunction Spoiler FailureFlight Control Electronics Unit - 1011
223DC Electrical Power MalfunctionRelay Contactor
233Flap MalfunctionFlight Control Electronics Unit - 1011
243Thermostat Control FailureTemperature Controller - Version 6
255Electric Fuel Pump InoperativeRelay Contactor Jan. 2013
Remedy Available Remedy Under Development Cause Under Investigation
Source: Phenom Operators’ Meeting

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