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Old 01-24-2021, 01:27 PM
burtj burtj is offline
 
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I have the identical fuse blocks in my tip up RV-7. My DAR asked me about inflight fuse replacement and we had the conceptual discussion identical to the above (I'm airline too). He squirmed a little bit and finally said "I'll bet you could reach under there and get at a fuse in flight." I said "yep, I'll bet I could." The right check mark went in the right little box on his list, and on we went. I have CBs for the PMags and alternator field, and nothing else. No equipment on the plane I'm willing to start a fire to get back.
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Old 01-24-2021, 07:31 PM
777drvr 777drvr is offline
 
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Yep , fuses on mine . Also a Boeing guy !
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