(ZU). Press the MODE button to advance the
annunciator to ZU and set time as for local time shown
above. Minutes and seconds do not need to be reset if
local time is correctly set. Press the RST button to
display minutes/ seconds, then press again to activate
the complete display.
When changing time zones, the hour may be
changed as above. It is not necessary to change the
minutes/seconds. Press the RST button twice to return
to the full time display.
Trip/flight timer mode (FT). Press the
MODE button to advance the annunciator to FT. Press
the ST-SP button and verify that the display shows zero.
The timer will activate at takeoff and stop at touchdown.
To prevent an accidental reset of flight time, the clock
cannot be manually reset during flight.
Elapsed time mode (ET). Press the
MODE button to advance the annunciator to ET. Press
the RST button to set the time display to zero. Press the
ST-SP button one time. To stop the counting, press the
ST-SP button a second time. Ending time will be
the RST button is pressed to clear the display. The
clock may be used in other modes and the elapsed time
display will remain until cleared by pressing the RST
button. If the timer is counting when the RST button is
pressed, the display will reset to zero and the count will
begin again from zero.
Downcounter mode (DC). Press the
MODE button to advance the annunciator to DC. Press
the SET button twice to reset the hour display to zero.
Press and hold the ADV button until the desired hour is
displayed. Press the SET button, again, to reset the
minute display to zero. Press and hold the ADV button
until the desired minute is displayed. Press the SET
button, again, to reset the seconds display to zero.
Press and hold the ADV button until the desired second
is displayed. Press the SET button, again, to arm the
counter. Press the ST - SP button to begin countdown.
When the countdown reaches zero, the display will flash
for approximately one minute and then reset. The
countdown may also be reset at any time by pressing
the ST - SP button.
Section XII. SERVICING, PARKING, AND MOORING
The following paragraphs include the procedures
necessary to service the aircraft except lubrication. The
lubrication requirements of the aircraft are covered in the
aircraft maintenance manual. Tables 2-9, 2-10, 2-11,
and 2-12 are used for identification of fuel, oil, etc. used
to service the aircraft. The servicing instructions provide
procedures and precautions necessary to service the
aircraft. Figure 2-44 shows servicing location points.
FUEL HANDLING PRECAUTIONS.
Table 2-2, Fuel Quantity Data, lists the capacity of
the fuel tanks in the aircraft. Service the fuel tanks after
each flight to keep moisture out of the tanks and to keep
the bladder type cells from drying out.
Table 2-9. Approved Military Fuels, Oil, Fluids, and Unit Capacities
540 U.S. Gals. Usable
10 U.S. Quarts per engine
Hydraulic Brake System
1 U.S. Pint
140 Cubic Feet