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  • Basic data that includes the primary structural groups of the aircraft, primary and secondary structure, important area and dimensional data. The zoning diagrams, access data, abbreviations and a glossary are also included.
  • Necessary aerodynamic smoothness.
  • Special procedures for use in repair of the aircraft.
  • Corrosion control data.
  • Specifications and/or supplier data for metal and non−metal materials. Precautions for dangerous materials are included.
  • Fastener data.
  • Identification of structural components and their materials.
  • Damage classification, allowable damage and repair limits.
  • Standard repairs.
  • Specified repairs added to the manual because they are necessary.

CMM gives overhaul instructions, for the components of the aircraft that are manufacturer parts and for the vendor equipment / components installed on the aircraft. The interval of periodic maintenance checks and overhaul is given in the DOT−approved Time Limits / Maintenance Checks (TLMC).

The WM contains the electrical/avionic components related to all aircraft systems. The wiring diagram is a reference document only. It is not permitted to use the WM to assemble Harnesses.

The SSM contains third level system schematic diagrams (as defined by ATA). This manual shows the interconnection of electrical and electronic components of a system and shows the interfaces between the other aircraft systems. The SSM helps to understand how the systems operate and helps to do fault isolation.

The AIPC lists, describes and illustrates assemblies, subassemblies and detailed parts of the manufacturer. It is intended for use in requisitioning, issuing, identifying parts, and in illustrating assembly relationships. The AIPC should not be used for assembly and/or disassembly purposes. Repair should be performed only by authorized personnel, using the appropriate technical publications.

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Service Bulletins are notices to aircraft operators from a manufacturer notifying them of a product improvement.

Alert service bulletins are issued by the manufacturer when a condition exists that the manufacturer feels is a safety related item as opposed to just a product improvement. These SB's usually result in the FAA issuing an AD. The AD will reference the alert service bulletin as a method of compliance with the airworthiness directive.

If a service bulletin is not an alert service bulletin or a bulletin referenced in an AD, it becomes optional and may or may not be incorporated by the operator.

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