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CHETA: 1998-09-0TIB-02-01

MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST


E-JETS
EMBRAER ERJ 170-100/200
EMBRAER ERJ 190-100/200

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MAINTENANCE ENGINEER MAINTENANCE CHIEF

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Rev. 002 – DATE: DECEMBER 27, 2010 – BASED ON CTA MMEL REVISION 06 – APRIL 29, 2009.
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TRANSMITTAL LETTER FOR REVISION Nº 02


DATED December 27, 2010

1. INSTRUCTIONS

a) Remove the affected existing pages by this revision and replace by the new ones.

b) Insert any new page in numerical sequence as indicated by the page reference
number.

c) Retain this transmittal letters and highlights until next revision.

2. NOTES

a) To facilite the identification of changes to the Document, each change is marked with
a vertical line (R = REVISED, D = DELETED and N = NEW) in left margin.

b) Asterisk ( * ) on the List Effective Page indicates pages revised or added by the
current revision.

ELABORED BY: APPROVED BY:

HELOÍSIO DE FARIAS JUCÁ FILHO REGERS SIDNEI VIDOR


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HIGHLIGHTS

1. CONTENTS

This issue encompasses Rev. 02 applicable to MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST, dated December 27,
2010.

PUBLICATIONS OF REFERENCE:

M.M.E.L – Master Minimum Equipment List – Revision 06 dated April 29, 2009.

2. OUTLINE OF CHANGES

An outline of all changes made is presented below.

GENERAL

CHAPTER / PAGE Nº DESCRIPTION OF CHANGE

- Included aircrafts models Embraer ERJ 190/195 on applicability.


- Logo revised to include ERJ 190/195 models.

FLEET MODS TABLE

CHAPTER / PAGE Nº DESCRIPTION OF CHANGE

1 - Included acft MSN 17000126, registration marks PP-PJI.


- Included acft EMBRAER ERJ 190, MSN 19000163, registration marks PP-
PJJ.

DEFINITIONS

CHAPTER / PAGE Nº DESCRIPTION OF CHANGE

3 - Revised to include ERJ 190/195 models.


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AIR CONDITIONING

CHAPTER / PAGE Nº DESCRIPTION OF CHANGE

21 - 1 - Item 24-04 – Defined item only for ERJ 170/175.


21 – 1A - Item 24-04 – New item only for ERJ 190/195.
21 – 2 - Items 28-02, 28-03 and 28-04 – Included.

AUTOMATIC FLIGHT

CHAPTER / PAGE Nº DESCRIPTION OF CHANGE

22 - 1 - Item 10-12 – New item only for ERJ 190/195.

COMMUNICATIONS

CHAPTER / PAGE Nº DESCRIPTION OF CHANGE

23 - 1 - Items 21-00 and 24-00 – Included.

EQUIPMENT / FURNISHINGS

CHAPTER / PAGE Nº DESCRIPTION OF CHANGE

25 – 3 - Item 20-03 – Included.


25 – 6 - Item 34-03 – Included.
25 – 7 - Item 62-02 – Included.
- Item 62-05 – Revised number installed and number required for dispatch.
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FIRE PROTECTION

CHAPTER / PAGE Nº DESCRIPTION OF CHANGE

26 - 1 - Item 15-00 – “Forward Cargo Compartment Smoke Detectors”, defined item only
for ERJ 170/175 and included new items only for ERJ 190/195. Removed
“ballast”.

26 - 1A - Item 15-00 – “Aft Cargo Compartment Smoke Detectors”, defined item only for
ERJ 170/175 and included new items only for ERJ 190/195.

FLIGHT CONTROLS

CHAPTER / PAGE Nº DESCRIPTION OF CHANGE

27 – 1 - Item 33-05 – Defined item only for ERJ 170.


27 – 2 - Item 41-09 – Defined item only for ERJ 170.

FUEL

CHAPTER / PAGE Nº DESCRIPTION OF CHANGE

28 - 1 - Item 11-05 – Defined items only for ERJ 170/175.


- Item 21-16 – Included.

HYDRAULIC POWER

CHAPTER / PAGE Nº DESCRIPTION OF CHANGE

29 - 3 - Item 31-01 – Removed duplicate item.


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FUEL

CHAPTER / PAGE Nº DESCRIPTION OF CHANGE

31 - 2 - Item 31-00 – Defined airport.

LIGHTS

CHAPTER / PAGE Nº DESCRIPTION OF CHANGE

33 - 3 - Item 50-21 – Revised number installed and number required for dispatch.
- Item 50-25 – New item only for ERJ 190/195.

NAVIGATION

CHAPTER / PAGE Nº DESCRIPTION OF CHANGE

34 – 2 - Item 31-00 – Revised as “NO GO” for ILS CAT II.


- Item 32-00 - Revised as “NO GO” for ILS CAT II.
34 – 4 - Item 44-00 – Included.

PNEUMATIC

CHAPTER / PAGE Nº DESCRIPTION OF CHANGE

36 - 3 - Item 11-12 – Defined items only for ERJ 170/175 and added registration
marks of affected aircrafts.

CABIN SYSTEMS

CHAPTER / PAGE Nº DESCRIPTION OF CHANGE

44 - 2 - Item 20-01 – Included.


- Item 20-03 – Included.
- Item 51-00 – Included.
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INFORMATION SYSTEMS

CHAPTER / PAGE Nº DESCRIPTION OF CHANGE

46 - 1 - Item 20-00 – Included.

CARGO & ACCESSORY COMPARTMENTS

CHAPTER / PAGE Nº DESCRIPTION OF CHANGE

50 - 1 - Item 22-02 – Defined item only for ERJ 170/175/190.

DOORS

CHAPTER / PAGE Nº DESCRIPTION OF CHANGE

52 - 1 - Item 00-00 – Defined item only for ERJ 170/175 and included new item only
for ERJ 190/195.

52 – 1A - Item 21-00 – New item only for ERJ 190/195.

ENGINE FUEL & CONTROL

CHAPTER / PAGE Nº DESCRIPTION OF CHANGE

73 - 1 - Item 21-17 – Defined item only for ERJ 170/175.

ENGINE OIL

CHAPTER / PAGE Nº DESCRIPTION OF CHANGE

79 - 1 - Item 31-03 – Defined item only for ERJ 170/175.


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APPLICABILITY TABLE LIST

The procedures contained in this manual are applicable to the following aircraft operated by TRIP Linhas Aéreas S/A.

Model: EMBRAER ERJ 175

Aircraft Registration
S/N
Type / Model Marks
ERJ 170-200 LR 17000272 PP-PJA

ERJ 170-200 LR 17000277 PP-PJB

ERJ 170-200 LR 17000286 PP-PJC

ERJ 170-200 LR 17000017 PP-PJD

ERJ 170-200 LR 17000291 PP-PJE

ERJ 170-200 LR 17000309 PP-PJF

ERJ 170-200 LR 17000137 PP-PJG

ERJ 170-200 LR 17000147 PP-PJH

ERJ 170-200 LR 17000126 PP-PJI

Model: EMBRAER ERJ 190

Aircraft Registration
S/N
Type / Model Marks
ERJ 190-100 LR 19000163 PP-PJJ
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RECORD OF REVISION

REVISION Nº DATE INCORPORATED BY

000 August 11, 2008 (Original Edition) Leandro Pleszezak Barbosa


Chief Inspector
001 June 01, 2009 (Reedition) Guilherme Montenegro Torres
Maintenance Engineer

002 December 27, 2010 Heloísio de Farias Jucá Filho


Maintenance Engineer
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LIST EFFECTIVE PAGE

SECTION CHAPTER PAGE SEQ. MOD/MODEL/ENG REVISION DATE

RECORD OF REVISION
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APPLICABILITY TABLE LIST


- *1 - 02 27/12/2010

LIST EFFECTIVE PAGES


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DEFINITIONS
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PREAMBLE
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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EICAS MESSAGE LIST


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SECTION CHAPTER PAGE SEQ. MOD/MODEL/ENG REVISION DATE

EICAS MESSAGE LIST - 23 - 01 01/06/2009

AIR CONDITIONING
1-21 *1 - 02 27/12/2010
1-21 *1A - 02 27/12/2010
1-21 *2 - 02 27/12/2010
1-21 *2A - 02 27/12/2010
1-21 3 - 01 01/06/2009
1-21 4 - 01 01/06/2009
1-21 5 - 01 01/06/2009
1-21 6 - 01 01/06/2009
1-21 7 - 01 01/06/2009

AUTO FLIGHT
1-22 *1 - 02 27/12/2010
1-22 2 - 01 01/06/2009
1-22 3 - 01 01/06/2009

COMMUNICATIONS
1-23 *1 - 02 27/12/2010
1-23 2 - 01 01/06/2009

ELECTRICAL POWER
1-24 1 - 01 01/06/2009

EQUIPMENT / FURNISHINGS
1-25 1 - 01 01/06/2009
1-25 2 - 01 01/06/2009
1-25 *3 - 02 27/12/2010
1-25 4 - 01 01/06/2009
1-25 5 - 01 01/06/2009
1-25 *6 - 02 27/12/2010
1-25 *7 - 02 27/12/2010
1-25 8 - 01 01/06/2009

FIRE PROTECTION
1-26 *1 - 02 27/12/2010
1-26 *1A - 02 27/12/2010
1-26 2 - 01 01/06/2009

FLIGHT CONTROLS
1-27 *1 - 02 27/12/2010
1-27 *2 - 02 27/12/2010

FUEL
1-28 *1 - 02 27/12/2010
1-28 2 - 01 01/06/2009
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HYDRAULIC POWER
1-29 1 - 01 01/06/2009
1-29 2 - 01 01/06/2009
1-29 *3 - 02 27/12/2010

ICE AND RAIN PROTECTION


1-30 1 - 01 01/06/2009
1-30 2 - 01 01/06/2009
1-30 3 - 01 01/06/2009

INDICATING / RECORDING
SYSTEMS
1-31 1 - 01 01/06/2009
1-31 *2 - 02 27/12/2010
1-31 3 - 01 01/06/2009
1-31 4 - 01 01/06/2009
1-31 5 - 01 01/06/2009

LANDING GEAR
1-32 1 - 01 01/06/2009
1-32 2 - 01 01/06/2009

LIGHTS
1-33 1 - 01 01/06/2009
1-33 2 - 01 01/06/2009
1-33 *3 - 02 27/12/2010

NAVIGATION
1-34 1 - 01 01/06/2009
1-34 *2 - 02 27/12/2010
1-34 3 - 01 01/06/2009
1-34 *4 - 02 27/12/2010
1-34 5 - 01 01/06/2009

OXYGEN
1-35 1 - 01 01/06/2009
1-35 2 - 01 01/06/2009
1-35 3 - 01 01/06/2009

PNEUMATIC SYSTEM
1-36 1 - 01 01/06/2009
1-36 2 - 01 01/06/2009
1-36 *3 - 02 27/12/2010
1-36 4 - 01 01/06/2009

WATER / WASTE
1-38 1 - 01 01/06/2009
1-38 2 - 01 01/06/2009
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SECTION CHAPTER PAGE SEQ. MOD/MODEL/ REVISION DATE


ENG
CABIN SYSTEMS
1-44 1 - 01 01/06/2009
1-44 *2 - 02 27/12/2010

CENTRAL MAINTENANCE
COMPUTER
1-45 1 - 01 01/06/2009

INFORMATION SYSTEMS
1-46 *1 - 02 27/12/2010

AIRBORNE AUXILIARY
1-49 1 - 01 01/06/2009

CARGO & ACCESSORY


COMPARTMENTS
1-50 *1 - 02 27/12/2010

DOORS
1-52 *1 - 02 27/12/2010
1-52 *1A - 02 27/12/2010
1-52 2 - 01 01/06/2009
1-52 3 - 01 01/06/2009

ENGINE FUEL & CONTROL


1-73 *1 001 02 27/12/2010

IGNITION
1-74 1 001 01 01/06/2009

ENGINE INDICATING
1-77 1 001 01 01/06/2009

ENGINE EXHAUST
1-78 1 001 01 01/06/2009

ENGINE OIL
1-79 *1 001 02 27/12/2010

STARTING
1-80 1 001 01 01/06/2009
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DEFINITIONS

1. System Definitions.

System numbers are based on the Air Transport Association (ATA) Specification Number 2200 and items are
numbered sequentially.

a. "Item" (Column 1) means the equipment, system, component, or function listed in the "Item" column.

b. "Number Installed" (Column 2) is the number (quantity) of items normally installed in the aircraft. This
number represents the aircraft configuration considered in developing this MEL. Should the number be a variable (e.g.,
passenger cabin items) a number is not required.

c. "Number Required for Dispatch" (Column 3) is the minimum number (quantity) of items required for
operation provided the conditions specified in Column 4 are met.

d. "Remarks or Exceptions" (Column 4) in this column includes a statement either prohibiting or permitting
operation with a specific number of items inoperative, provisos (conditions and limitations) for such operation, and
appropriate notes.

e. The letter “R” in the margin indicates a change, the letter “N” in the margin indicates an addition and the
Letter “D” in the margin indicates deletion in the adjacent text for the current revision of that page only. The letters are
dropped at the next revision of that page.

2. “Airplane Flight Manual” (AFM) is the document required for type certification and approved by the responsible
ANAC Aircraft Certification Office. The CTA/ANAC approved AFM for specific aircraft is listed on the applicable Type
Certificate Data Sheet.

3. "As required by RBHA/RBAC" means that the listed item is subject to certain provisions (restrictive or permissive)
expressed in the Regulamento Brasileiro de Homologação Aeronáutico/Regulamento Brasileiro de Aviação Civil
operating rules. The number of items required by the RBHA/RBAC must be operative. When the listed item is not
required by RBHA/RBAC it may be inoperative for time specified by repair category.

4. Each inoperative item must be placarded to inform and remind the crewmembers and maintenance personnel of
the equipment condition.

NOTE: To the extent practical, placards should be located adjacent to the control or indicator for the item affected;
however, unless otherwise specified, placard wording and location will be determined by the operator.

5. DELETED IN REVISION 001.

6. "Deleted" in the remarks column after a sequence item indicates that the item was previously listed but is now
required to be operative if installed in the aircraft.

7. "ER" refers to extended operations (ETOPS) of an airplane-engine combination which has a type design approval
for ETOPS and complies with the provisions of Appendix K to RBAC 25 and applicable operational requirements.
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8. " Regulamento Brasileiro de Homologação Aeronáutico" (RBHA) and “Regulamento Brasileiro de Aviação Civil”
(RBAC) means the applicable portions of the Federal Aviation Act and Federal Aviation Regulations.

9. "Flight Day" means a 24 hour period (from midnight to midnight) either Universal Coordinated Time (UCT) or local
time, as established by the operator, during which at least one flight is initiated for the affected aircraft.

10. "Icing Conditions" means an atmospheric environment that may cause ice to form on the aircraft or in the
engine(s).

11. Alphabetical symbol in Column 4 indicates a proviso (condition or limitation) that must be complied with for
operation with the listed item inoperative.

12. ”Inoperative" means a system and/or component malfunction to the extent that it does not accomplish its intended
purpose and/or is not consistently functioning normally within its approved operating limit(s) or tolerance(s).

13. ”Notes:" in Column 4 provides additional information for crewmember or maintenance consideration. Notes are
used to identify applicable material which is intended to assist with compliance, but do not relieve the operator of the
responsibility for compliance with all applicable requirements. Notes are not a part of the provisos.

14. Inoperative components of an inoperative system: Inoperative items which are components of a system which is
inoperative are usually considered components directly associated with and having no other function than to support
that system. (Warning/caution systems associated with the inoperative system must be operative unless relief is
specifically authorized per the MEL).

15."(M)" symbol indicates a requirement for a specific maintenance procedure which must be accomplished prior to
operation with the listed item inoperative. All Maintenance Procedures must be accomplished according to RBHA 43.3.
The satisfactory accomplishment of all maintenance procedures, regardless of who performs them, is the responsibility
of the operator. Appropriate procedures are required to be published as part of the operator's manual or MEL.

16."(O)" symbol indicates a requirement for a specific operations procedure which must be accomplished in planning
for and/or operating with the listed item inoperative. Normally these procedures are accomplished by the flight crew;
however, other personnel may be qualified and authorized to perform certain functions. The satisfactory
accomplishment of all procedures, regardless of who performs them, is the responsibility of the operator. Appropriate
procedures are required to be published as a part of the operator's manual or MEL.

NOTE: The (M) and (O) symbols are required in the operator's MEL unless otherwise authorized by the ANAC.

17. "Deactivated" and "Secured" means that the specified component must be put into an acceptable condition for safe
flight. An acceptable method of securing or deactivating will be established by the operator.

18. "Visual Flight Rules" (VFR) is as defined in RBHA 91. This precludes a pilot from filing an Instrument Flight Rules
(IFR) flight plan.

19. "Visual Meteorological Conditions" (VMC) means the atmospheric environment is such that would allow a flight to
proceed under the visual flight rules applicable to the flight. This does not preclude operating under Instrument Flight
Rules.

20. "Visible Moisture" means an atmospheric environment containing water in any form that can be seen in natural or
artificial light; for example, clouds, fog, rain, sleet, hail, or snow.
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21. "Passenger Convenience Items" means those items related to passenger convenience, comfort or entertainment
such as, but not limited to, galley equipment, movie equipment, ash trays, stereo equipment, overhead reading lamps,
etc.

22. Repair Intervals: All users of an MEL approved under RBAC 121, 125, 129 and 135 must effect repairs of
inoperative systems or components, deferred in accordance with the MEL, at or prior to the repair times established by
the following letter designators:

Category A. Items in this category shall be repaired within the time interval specified in the remarks column of
the operator's approved MEL.

Category B. Items in this category shall be repaired within three (3) consecutive calendar days (72 hours),
excluding the day the malfunction was recorded in the aircraft maintenance record/logbook. For
example, if it were recorded at 10 a.m. on January 26th, the three day interval would begin at
midnight the 26th and end at midnight the 29th.

Category C. Items in this category shall be repaired within ten (10) consecutive calendar days (240 hours),
excluding the day the malfunction was recorded in the aircraft maintenance record/logbook. For
example, if it were recorded at 10 a.m. on January 26th, the 10 day interval would begin at
midnight the 26th and end at midnight February 5th.

Category D. Items in this category shall be repaired within one hundred and twenty (120) consecutive
calendar days (2880 hours), excluding the day the malfunction was recorded in the aircraft
maintenance log and/or record.

The letter designators are inserted adjacent to Column 2.

23. Electronic fault alerting system – General

New generation aircraft display system fault indications to the flight crew by use of computerized display systems.
R EMBRAER (ERJ170/175/190/195 Series) are equipped with an Engine Indicating and Crew Alerting System (EICAS)
that provides three different message levels: WARNING, CAUTION, and ADVISORY.

R The ERJ 170/175/190/195 Series add STATUS messages. Failures that affect dispatchability are presented to the
flight crew at one of these levels. Other failures may be presented only to the maintenance personnel on the Multi
Function Display (MFD) maintenance pages or through the download of the Central Maintenance Computer (CMC).
System conditions that result only in a maintenance level message, i.e. no correlation with a higher level EICAS
message, do not affect dispatch and do not require action other than as addressed within an operator's standard
maintenance program.

24. "Excess Items" means those items that have been installed that are redundant to the requirements of the RBHAs.

25. "Day of Discovery" is the calendar day an equipment/instrument malfunction was recorded in the aircraft
maintenance log and or record. This day is excluded from the calendar days or flight days specified in the MEL for the
repair of an inoperative item of equipment. This provision is applicable to all MEL items, i.e., categories "A, B, C, and
D."

26. “Considered Inoperative”, as used in the provisos means that item must be treated for dispatch, taxi and flight
purposes as though it were inoperative. The item shall not be used or operated until the original deferred item is
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repaired. Additional actins include: documenting the item on the dispatch release (if applicable), placarding, and
complying with all remarks, exceptions, and related MEL provisions, including any (M) and (O) procedures and
observing the repair category.

27. “Is not used” in the provisos, remarks or exceptions for an MEL item may specify that another item relieved in the
MEL “is not used.” In such cases, crewmembers should not activate, actuate, or otherwise utilize that component or
system under normal operations. It is not necessary for the operators to accomplish the (M) procedures associated
with the item. However, operational requirements must be complied with, and an additional placard must be affixed, to
the extent practical, adjacent to the control or indicator for the item that is not used to inform crewmembers that a
component or system is not used under normal operations.

28. Nonessential equipment and furnishings (NEF) are those items installed on the airplane as part of the original
certification, supplemental type certificate, or engineering order that have no effect on the safe operation of flight and
would not be required by the applicable certification rules or operational rules. They are those items that if inoperative,
damaged or missing have no effect on the airplane’s ability to be operated safely under all operational conditions.
These nonessential items may be installed in areas including, but not limited to, the passenger compartment, flight
deck area, service areas, cargo areas, crew rest areas, lavatories, and galley areas. NEF items are not items already
identified in the MEL or CDL of the applicable airplane. They do not include items that are functionally required to meet
the certification rule or for compliance with any serviceable limits identified in the manufacture’s maintenance manual
or operator’s approved maintenance program such as wear limits, fuel/hydraulic leak rates, oil consumption, etc.
Cosmetic items that are fully serviceable but worn or soiled may be deferred under an operator’s NEF process.
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PREAMBLE

The following is applicable for authorized certificate holders operating under RBAC 121: The RBAC requires that all
equipment installed on an aircraft in compliance with the Airworthiness Standards and the Operating Rules must be
operative. However, the Rules also permit the publication of a Minimum Equipment List (MEL) where compliance with
certain equipment requirements is not necessary in the interests of safety under all operating conditions. Experience
has shown that with the various levels of redundancy designed into aircraft, operation of every system or installed
component may not be necessary when the remaining operative equipment can provide an acceptable level of safety.
A Master Minimum Equipment List (MMEL) is developed by the CTA, with participation by the aviation industry, to
improve aircraft utilization and thereby provide more convenient and economic air transportation for the public. The
CTA approved MMEL includes those items of equipment related to airworthiness and operating regulations and other
items of equipment which the Administrator finds may be inoperative and yet maintain an acceptable level of safety by
appropriate conditions and limitations; it does not contain obviously required items such as wings, flaps, and rudders.
The MMEL is the basis for development of individual operator MELs which take into consideration the operator's
particular aircraft equipment configuration and operational conditions. Operator MELs, for administrative control, may
include items not contained in the MMEL; however, relief for administrative control items must be approved by the
Administrator. An operator's MEL may differ in format from the MMEL, but cannot be less restrictive than the MMEL.
The individual operator's MEL, when approved and authorized, permits operation of the aircraft with inoperative
equipment.

Equipment not required by the operation being conducted and equipment in excess of RBHA/RBAC requirements are
included in the MEL with appropriate conditions and limitations. The MEL must not deviate from the Aircraft Flight
Manual Limitations, Emergency Procedures or with Airworthiness Directives. It is important to remember that all
equipment related to the airworthiness and the operating regulations of the aircraft not listed on the MMEL must be
operative.

Suitable conditions and limitations in the form of placards, maintenance procedures, crew operating procedures and
other restrictions as necessary are specified in the MEL to ensure that an acceptable level of safety is maintained.

The MEL is intended to permit operation with inoperative items of equipment for a period of time until repairs can be
accomplished. It is important that repairs be accomplished at the earliest opportunity. In order to maintain an
acceptable level of safety and reliability the MMEL establishes limitations on the duration of and conditions for
operation with inoperative equipment.

The MEL provides for release of the aircraft for flight with inoperative equipment. When an item of equipment is
discovered to be inoperative, it is reported by making an entry in the Aircraft Maintenance Record/Logbook as
prescribed by RBHA/RBAC. The item is then either repaired or may be deferred per the MEL or other approved means
acceptable to the Administrator prior to further operation. MEL conditions and limitations do not relieve the operator
from determining that the aircraft is in condition for safe operation with items of equipment inoperative.

When these requirements are met, an Airworthiness Release, Aircraft Maintenance Record/Logbook entry, or other
approved documentation is issued as prescribed by RBHA/RBAC. Such documentation is required prior to operation
with any item of equipment inoperative. Operators are responsible for exercising the necessary operational control to
ensure that an acceptable level of safety is maintained. When operating with multiple inoperative items, the
interrelationships between those items and the effect on aircraft operation and crew workload will be considered.

Operators are to establish a controlled and sound repair program including the parts, personnel, facilities, procedures,
and schedules to ensure timely repair.

WHEN USING THE MEL, COMPLIANCE WITH THE STATED INTENT OF THE PREAMBLE, DEFINITIONS, AND
THE CONDITIONS AND LIMITATIONS SPECIFIED IN THE MEL IS REQUIRED
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

ATA SYSTEM PAGE

- Transmittal Letter 1
- HighLights 2 THRU 5
- Applicability Table List 1
- Records of Revision 1
- LEP 1 THRU 4
- Definitions 1 THRU 4
- Preamble 5
- Table of Contents 1
- Fly Away Kit List 1
- EICAS Message List 1 THRU 23
21 Air Conditioning 21-1 THRU 7
22 Auto Flight 22-1 THRU 3
23 Communications 23-1 THRU 2
24 Electrical Power 24-1 THRU 1
25 Equipment/Furnishings 25-1 THRU 8
26 Fire Protection 26-1 THRU 2
27 Flight Controls 27-1 THRU 2
28 Fuel 28-1 THRU 2
29 Hydraulic Power 29-1 THRU 3
30 Ice and Rain Protection 30-1 THRU 3
31 Indicating/Recording Systems 31-1 THRU 5
32 Landing Gear 32-1 THRU 2
33 Lights 33-1 THRU 3
34 Navigation 34-1 THRU 5
35 Oxygen 35-1 THRU 3
36 Pneumatic 36-1 THRU 4
38 Water/Waste 38-1 THRU 2
44 CABIN SYSTEMS 44-1 THRU 2
45 Central Maintenance Computer 45-1
46 Information Systems 46-1
49 Airborne Auxiliary Power 49-1
50 Cargo & Accessory Compartments 50-1
52 Doors 52-1 THRU 3
73 Engine Fuel & Control 73-1
74 Ignition 74-1
77 Engine Indicating 77-1
78 Engine Exhaust 78-1
79 Engine Oil 79-1
80 Starting 80-1
- DDPM -
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FLY AWAY KIT LIST

The items of Fly Away Kit of TRIP Linhas Aéreas S/A are describe below:

1. CARGO

DESCRIPTION
CARGO NET ASSY KIT (REAR PART P/N 7162041-601,
MIDDLE PART P/N 7162041-603, FORWARD PART P/N
7162041-605)
CARGO DOOR SAFETY NET
BAGGAGE VERTICAL NET CARGO
MLG AND NLG WHEELS
STANDARD TOOL BOX
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EICAS MESSAGE LIST

INTRODUCTION

The main purpose of the EICAS Message List is to provide a quick mean to cross-reference an EICAS message with
the possible associated MEL items.
R This list presents all EICAS messages for the EMBRAER ERJ 170-100/-200 and ERJ 190-100/-200, and is divided
according to the following columns:
− TYPE: indicates whether the message is classified as Warning (W), Caution (C), Advisory (A), or Status (S);

− MESSAGE: provides the EICAS messages on alphabetical order;

− POSSIBLE FAILED COMPONENTS: among all possible failure causes related to the EICAS message, it
indicates the components that when inoperative may be dispatched in accordance with the MEL. Troubleshooting the
affect system to identify the failed component is required. When no component is indicated and is associated with a
“No Dispatch”, no dispatch is allowed whichever failure is causing the EICAS message.

− DISPATCH CONDITION: indicates the MEL items or dispatch condition associated to the EICAS message.
A “Not Applicable” indicates that the MEL is not the applicable document to be used, i.e., the EICAS message reflects
a transient condition or it would normally be mitigated by applicable crew or maintenance procedures.

− REMARKS: includes a note on the actual system failure condition, i.e., if the system has failed (actual
failure) or it is still operative and its monitoring system has failed (false indication).

To find out the dispatch condition related to the EICAS messages presented, the Fault Isolation Manual (FIM) shall be
used for proper troubleshooting of the associated messages. This section does not replace troubleshooting actions
and proper application of the approved MEL.

EICAS MESSAGE LIST

The following is a list presenting all the EICAS messages for the EMBRAER ERJ 170-100/-200 and ERJ 190-100/-
R 200.

The main purpose of the EICAS Message List is to provide a quick mean to cross-reference an EICAS message with
the possible associated MEL items.
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TYPE POSSIBLE
DISPATCH
FAILED REMARKS
CONDITION
MESSAGE COMPONENTS

W Wing Anti-ice Leak


Detectors
MEL 30-11-00 -
A A-I WING 1(2) LEAK
Wing Anti-ice Ducts NO DISPATCH -
R and Hoses
N APU FIRE - NO DISPATCH -
I BATT 1(2) OVERTEMP - NO DISPATCH -
N
NO DISPATCH
G BATT 1-2 OFF - -

BATT DISCHARGING - NO DISPATCH -

CPCS Controller MEL 21-31-01 -


CABIN ALTITUDE HI
Outflow Valve MEL 21-31-02 -

CABIN SMOKE - NO DISPATCH -

CRG AFT SMOKE - NO DISPATCH -

CRG FWD SMOKE - NO DISPATCH -

- NO DISPATCH Actual Warning


DOOR CRG AFT OPEN
Aft Cargo Door Sensor MEL 52-70-00 False Warning

- NO DISPATCH Actual Warning


DOOR CRG FWD OPEN
Forward Cargo Door
MEL 52-70-00 False Warning
Sensor
- NO DISPATCH Actual Warning
DOOR PAX AFT OPEN
Aft Passenger Door
MEL 52-70-00 False Warning
Sensor
- NO DISPATCH Actual Warning
DOOR EMER LH (RH) OPEN
Overwing Escape
MEL 52-70-00 False Warning
Hatch Sensor
- NO DISPATCH Actual Warning
DOOR PAX FWD OPEN
Forward Passenger
MEL 52-70-00 False Warning
Door Sensor
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TYPE POSSIBLE
DISPATCH
FAILED REMARKS
CONDITION
MESSAGE COMPONENTS

- NO DISPATCH Actual Warning


DOOR SERV AFT OPEN
Aft Service Door
MEL 52-70-00 False Warning
Sensor
NO DISPATCH Actual Warning
DOOR SERV FWD OPEN
Forward Service Door MEL 52-70-00
False Warning
Sensor
NO DISPATCH
ELEC EMERGENCY - -
NO DISPATCH
ELEV NML MODE FAIL - -
NO DISPATCH
ENG 1(2) FIRE - -
NO DISPATCH
- Actual Warning
ENG 1(2) OIL LOW PRESS
- MEL 79-33-09 False Warning
W Engine T/R Position Message remains
A NO DISPATCH
Indication after T/R is stowed
ENG 1(2) REV DEPLOYED
R Engine T/R fails to stow MEL 78-34-04
No message after
T/R is stowed
N The message is
- Not Applicable
I FUEL 1(2) LOW LEVEL
inhibited on ground
N - MEL 28-44-00 False Warning
G
GROUND SPOILERS FAIL - NO DISPATCH -

HYD 1 (2) (3) OVERHEAT - NO DISPATCH -

LAV SMOKE - NO DISPATCH -

LG LEVER DISAG - NO DISPATCH -

NO TAKEOFF CONFIG - NO DISPATCH -


Air Conditioning Pack
MEL 21-51-00 -
System
Emergency Ram Air
MEL 21-25-01 -
Valve
PACK 1 (2) FAIL
Flow Sensing Venturis MEL 21-51-02 -

Flow Control Valve MEL 21-51-01 -


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TYPE POSSIBLE
DISPATCH
FAILED REMARKS
CONDITION
MESSAGE COMPONENTS

RUDDER NML MODE FAIL - NO DISPATCH -

SPOILER NML MODE FAIL - NO DISPATCH -

AC BUS 1(2) OFF - NO DISPATCH -

AC ESS BUS OFF - NO DISPATCH -

AC STANDBY BUS OFF - NO DISPATCH -

ADS 1(2)(3) FAIL - NO DISPATCH -

ADS 1(2)(3)(4) HTR FAIL - NO DISPATCH -

Engine Anti-ice System MEL 30-21-00 -


A-I ENG 1(2) FAIL
Engine Anti-ice Valves MEL 30-21-01 -
C
A A-I LO CAPACITY - Not Applicable -

U Wing Anti-ice System MEL 30-11-00 -


T A-I WING FAIL
Wing Anti-ice Valves MEL 30-11-01 -
I
O A-I WING NO DISPATCH Wing Anti-ice Valves MEL 30-11-13 -
N
AMS CTRL FAIL - NO DISPATCH -

AOA LIMIT FAIL - NO DISPATCH -

AP FAIL Autopilot channel MEL 22-10-00 -

AP PITCH MISTRIM - Not Applicable -

AP PITCH TRIM FAIL Autopilot channel MEL 22-10-00 -

AP ROLL MISTRIM - Not Applicable -

APM FAIL - NO DISPATCH -

APM MISCOMP - NO DISPATCH -

APU ALTITUDE EXCEED - Not Applicable -


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TYPE POSSIBLE
DISPATCH
FAILED REMARKS
CONDITION
MESSAGE COMPONENTS

APU FAIL APU system MEL 49-00-00 -

APU FAULT APU system MEL 49-00-00 -


APU fire-detection
APU FIRE DET FAIL MEL 26-12-00 -
system
APU fire extinguishing
APU FIREX FAIL MEL 26-22-00 -
system
APU fuel shutoff valve MEL 28-22-07 Actual Caution
APU FUEL SOV FAIL
- MEL 28-22-19 False Caution

- NO DISPATCH Actual Caution

APU GEN MEL 24-22-01 Actual Caution


APU GEN OFF BUS
GCU 1 (2) MEL 24-21-01 Actual Caution
C
External AC Power
A Supply
MEL 24-42-00 False Caution

U APU OIL HI TEMP - MEL 49-00-00 -


T
APU OIL LO PRESS - MEL 49-00-00 -
I
O AT FAIL Auto throttle channel MEL 22-30-00 -
N
AT NOT IN HOLD - Not Applicable -

AURAL WRN SYS FAIL - NO DISPATCH -

AUTOBRAKE FAIL AutoBrake System MEL 32-41-02 -

AVNX ASCB FAULT - NO DISPATCH -

AVNX MAU 1(2)(3) FAN FAIL - NO DISPATCH -

AVNX MAU 1(2)(3)A FAIL - NO DISPATCH -

AVNX MAU 1(2)(3)A OVHT - NO DISPATCH -

AVNX MAU 1(2)(3)B FAIL - NO DISPATCH -

AVNX MAU 1(2)(3)B OVHT - NO DISPATCH -


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TYPE POSSIBLE
DISPATCH
FAILED REMARKS
CONDITION
MESSAGE COMPONENTS

- NO DISPATCH -
BATT 1 (2) DISCHARGING
GCU 1 (2) MEL 24-21-01 -

- NO DISPATCH -
BATT 1(2) OFF
GCU 1 (2) MEL 24-21-01 Actual Caution
BATT 1 (2) TEMP SENS BATT 1 (2)
MEL 24-36-10 -
FAULT Temperature Sensors
Engine Bleed System MEL 36-00-00 -

High Stage Bleed Valve MEL 36-11-01 -


Nacelle Pressure
Regulating Shutoff MEL 36-11-03 -
BLEED 1 (2) FAIL Valve
Fan Air Valve MEL 36-11-09 -

Fan Air Inlet Door MEL 36-11-12 -


Pre-cooler Ram Air
MEL 36-00-00 -
Check Valve
LH (RH) Bleed Cross Bleed Valve is
MEL 36-00-00
Pressure Sensor secured closed and
considered
BLEED 1(2) LEAK Leak Detector MEL 36-00-00
inoperative
Engine Bleed Lines NO DISPATCH Actual Caution

Engine Bleed System MEL 36-00-00 -

BLEED 1(2) OVERPRESS High Stage Bleed Valve MEL 36-11-01 -

Engine Bleed Valve MEL 36-11-03 -


APU Pneumatic Bleed
BLEED APU LEAK MEL 36-12-00 -
System
BRK LH (RH) FAIL - NO DISPATCH -
Brake Temperature
BRK OVERHEAT MEL 32-47-01 False Caution
Sensor
CPCS Controller MEL 21-31-01 -
CABIN DIFF PRESS FAIL
Outflow Valve MEL 21-31-02 -
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TYPE POSSIBLE
DISPATCH
FAILED REMARKS
CONDITION
MESSAGE COMPONENTS

CENTER EBAY FANS FAIL - NO DISPATCH -

CMS FAIL - NO DISPATCH -

- NO DISPATCH Actual Caution


CREW OXY LO PRESS
Crew Oxygen Pressure
MEL 35-11-01 False Caution
Transducer
CREW WRN SYS FAULT - NO DISPATCH -
AFT cargo
compartment detection
CRG AFT FIRE SYS FAIL MEL 26-23-00 -
system or fire
extinguishing system
FWD cargo
compartment detection
CRG FWD FIRE SYS FAIL MEL 26-23-00 -
system or fire
extinguishing system
C Forward Cargo
MEL 21-27-01 -
Compartment Fan
A CRG FWD VENT FAIL Forward Cargo
U Compartment Shutoff MEL 21-27-04 -
T Valve
I DC BUS 1(2) OFF - NO DISPATCH -
O DC ESS BUS 1(2)(3) OFF - NO DISPATCH -
N
DISPLAY CTRL FAIL - NO DISPATCH -

DISPLAY CTRL FAULT - NO DISPATCH -

- NO DISPATCH Actual Caution


DOOR CENTER EBAY OPEN
Center Ebay Access
MEL 52-70-00 False Caution
Switch
- NO DISPATCH Actual Caution
DOOR FWD EBAY OPEN
Forward Ebay Access
MEL 52-70-00 False Caution
Switch
- NO DISPATCH Actual Caution
DOOR HYD OPEN
Rear Fuselage Door
MEL 52-70-00 False Caution
Switch
EICAS FAULT - NO DISPATCH -
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TYPE POSSIBLE
DISPATCH
FAILED REMARKS
CONDITION
MESSAGE COMPONENTS

EICAS OVHT - NO DISPATCH -

ELEV THR COMP FAIL ETC function MEL 27-33-05 -

ELEVATOR FAULT - NO DISPATCH -

ELEVATOR LH (RH) FAIL - NO DISPATCH -

EMER BRK FAIL Emer/Park brake NO DISPATCH -

EMER LT NOT ARMED - Not Applicable -

EMER LT ON - Not Applicable -

ENG 1(2) CONTROL FAULT - NO DISPATCH -


ENG 1(2) FADEC
- NO DISPATCH -
C OVERTEMP
A ENG 1(2) FAIL - NO DISPATCH -
U
ENG 1(2) FIRE DET FAIL - NO DISPATCH -
T
I - NO DISPATCH Actual Caution
ENG 1(2) FUEL IMP BYPASS
O - MEL 73-21-15 False Caution
N
- NO DISPATCH Actual Caution
ENG 1(2) FUEL LO PRESS
- MEL 73-31-07 False Caution
Engine 1(2) fuel shutoff
ENG 1(2) FUEL SOV FAIL NO DISPATCH -
valve
ENG 1(2) NO DISPATCH - NO DISPATCH -

- NO DISPATCH Actual Caution


ENG 1(2) OIL LO LEVEL
- MEL 79-31-07 False Caution
Engine Thrust Reverser
ENG 1(2) REV FAIL MEL 78-34-08
system
Engine Thrust Reverser
ENG 1(2) REV PROT FAULT Control Protection MEL 78-34-06
System
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TYPE POSSIBLE
DISPATCH
FAILED REMARKS
CONDITION
MESSAGE COMPONENTS

Thrust Control
ENG 1(2) REV TLA FAIL Quadrant Idle Stop MEL 78-34-10
Solenoid
ENG 1(2) START VLV OPEN Starter Control Valve MEL 80-10-01

ENG 1(2) T2 HEAT FAIL Engine 1(2) T2 heater MEL 73-21-17

ENG 1(2) TLA FAIL - NO DISPATCH

ENG NO TAKEOFF DATA - NO DISPATCH -

ENG REF A-I DISAG - NO DISPATCH -

ENG REF ECS DISAG - NO DISPATCH -

None Not Applicable TLA not at TOGA


ENG TLA NOT TOGA
Thrust Control
NO DISPATCH TLA at TOGA
C Quadrant
A ENG THR RATING DISAG - NO DISPATCH -
U
ENGINE EXCEEDANCE - NO DISPATCH -
T
I FD LATERAL MODE OFF - Not Applicable -
O FD VERT MODE OFF - Not Applicable -
N
FLAP FAIL - NO DISPATCH -

FLT CTRL BIT EXPIRED - NO DISPATCH -

FLT CTRL NO DISPATCH - NO DISPATCH -

FLT CTRL TEST FAILED - NO DISPATCH -

FMS POS DISAG - Not Applicable -

FMS1(2)-GPS POS DISAG - Not Applicable -

FMS-GPS POS DISAG - Not Applicable -

FUEL AFT (FWD) OVRD FAIL Auxiliary Fuel System MEL 28-13-00

FUEL FUSELAGE IMBAL - NO DISPATCH -


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TYPE POSSIBLE
DISPATCH
FAILED REMARKS
CONDITION
MESSAGE COMPONENTS

FUEL IMBALANCE - NO DISPATCH -

- NO DISPATCH Actual Caution


FUEL TANK LO TEMP
Fuel Tank Temperature
MEL 28-43-00 False Caution
Sensor
FUEL WING OVERFILL - NO DISPATCH -
Fuel Crossfeed
FUEL XFEED OVERD FAIL MEL 28-21-16 -
Override function
FUEL XFEED FAIL - NO DISPATCH -

FUEL XFR AUTO FAIL Auxiliary Fuel System MEL 28-13-00 -

FUEL XFR PUMP FAIL Auxiliary Fuel System MEL 28-13-00 -

FWD EBAY FANS FAIL - NO DISPATCH -

EGPWM MEL 34-41-00 Actual Caution

Rad Alt Unit 1 (2) MEL 34-31-00 Actual Caution


GND PROX FAIL
APM MEL 31-41-03 False Caution

SF-ACE 1 (2) MEL 27-53-02 False Caution

- NO DISPATCH Actual Caution


GPU CONNECTED
External AC Power
MEL 24-42-00 False Caution
Receptacle
HF Communication
HF 1 (2) FAIL MEL 23-11-00
System
HYD 1 (2) (3) HI TEMP - NO DISPATCH -

HYD 1 (2) (3) LO PRESS - NO DISPATCH -


HYD 1 (2) EDP NOT D-
EDP Depress Solenoid MEL 29-11-01 -
PRESS
HYD 3 VLV FAIL - NO DISPATCH -

HYD PTU FAIL - NO DISPATCH -

ICE DETECTOR 1(2) FAIL Ice Detector System MEL 30-81-00 -


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TYPE POSSIBLE
DISPATCH
FAILED REMARKS
CONDITION
MESSAGE COMPONENTS

- NO DISPATCH -
IDG 1(2) OFF BUS Engine Driven
Generator (IDG, GCU, MEL 24-21-01 -
GLC)
- NO DISPATCH -

IDG 1(2) OIL GCU 1 (2) MEL 24-21-01 -

IDG 1 (2) MEL 24-21-01 -

IFE RACK SMOKE IFE Smoke Detector MEL 26-18-01 False Caution

INVERTER FAIL - NO DISPATCH -

- NO DISPATCH Actual Caution


IRS 1(2) FAIL
GPS Receiver Module
MEL 34-56-00 False Caution
C 1 (2)
A IRS EXCESSIVE MOTION - NO DISPATCH -
U Lavatory smoke
LAV SMOKE DET FAIL MEL 26-14-00 -
T detection system
I LG NO DISPATCH - NO DISPATCH -
O LG NOSE DOOR OPEN - NO DISPATCH -
N
LG WOW SYS FAIL - NO DISPATCH -

MFD 1(2) FAULT MFD 2 MEL 31-61-01 MFD 2 is deactivated

MFD 1(2) OVHT MFD 2 MEL 31-61-01 MFD 2 is deactivated

NAVCOMM 1(2) FAIL - NO DISPATCH -

NAVCOMM 1(2) OVHT - NO DISPATCH -

NO ETOPS SEL - Not Applicable -


Air Conditioning Pack -
MEL 21-51-00
System
Emergency Ram Air -
PACK 1 (2) FAIL MEL 21-25-01
Valve
-
Flow Sensing Venturis MEL 21-51-02
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TYPE POSSIBLE
DISPATCH
FAILED REMARKS
CONDITION
MESSAGE COMPONENTS

PACK 1 (2) FAIL Flow Control Valve MEL 21-51-01 -


Air Conditioning Pack
PACK 2 LEAK MEL 21-51-00 -
System
Passenger Oxygen
PAX OXY LO PRESS MEL 35-20-00 -
System
Automatic Deployment MEL 35-20-00 Sub-
-
System item (1)
PAX OXY NOT DEPLOYED
Dispensing Unit Door
MEL 35-20-02 -
Electrical Latches
PFD 1(2) FAULT - NO DISPATCH -

PFD 1(2) OVHT - NO DISPATCH -

PITCH TRIM FAIL - NO DISPATCH -

CPCS Controller MEL 21-31-01 -


C PRESN AUTO FAIL
A Outflow Valve MEL 21-31-02 -

U CPCS Controller MEL 21-31-01 -


T PRESN MAN FAIL
Outflow Valve MEL 21-31-02 -
I
O PRK BRK NOT RELEASED - Not Applicable -
N
RAT FAIL - NO DISPATCH -

AMS controller card NO DISPATCH -


RECIRC SMK DET FAIL
Recirculation smoke
MEL 21-24-04 -
detector
RECIRC SMOKE - NO DISPATCH -

RUDDER FAIL - NO DISPATCH -

RUDDER FAULT - NO DISPATCH -

RUDDER LIMITER FAIL - NO DISPATCH -

SHAKER ANTICIPATED - NO DISPATCH -

SLAT FAIL - NO DISPATCH -


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TYPE POSSIBLE
DISPATCH
FAILED REMARKS
CONDITION
MESSAGE COMPONENTS

SLAT-FLAP LEVER DISAG - NO DISPATCH -

SPOILER FAULT - NO DISPATCH -

STAB LOCK FAULT - NO DISPATCH -

STALL PROT FAIL - NO DISPATCH -

STEEP APPR FAIL Steep Approach Mode MEL 34-41-05 -

STEER FAIL - NO DISPATCH -

SYS CONFIG FAIL - NO DISPATCH -


C
A EGPWM MEL 34-41-00 -
TERRAIN FAIL
U GPS Receiver Module
MEL 34-56-00 -
1 (2)
T
TRU 1(2) FAIL - NO DISPATCH -
I
O TRU ESS FAIL - NO DISPATCH -
N
VALIDATE CONFIG - NO DISPATCH -

VHF 1(2)(3) OVHT - NO DISPATCH -

- NO DISPATCH -
VHF 3 FAIL
VHF COMM Module 3 MEL 23-12-00 -

EGPWM MEL 34-41-00 -


WINDSHEAR FAIL
Rad Alt 1 (2) MEL 34-31-00 -
Windshield Heating
WINDSHIELD 1(2) HTR FAIL MEL 30-42-00 -
System
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TYPE POSSIBLE
DISPATCH
FAILED REMARKS
CONDITION
MESSAGE COMPONENTS

ADS 1 (2) HTR FAULT ADSP Heater Controller MEL 30-31-00 -

ADS 3 (4) SLIPCOMP FAIL - NO DISPATCH -

ADS PROBE 1(2) (3)(4) FAIL - NO DISPATCH -

AFCS FAULT - NO DISPATCH -

AFCS PANEL FAIL - NO DISPATCH -

AFCS PANEL FAULT GP Channel MEL 22-11-01 -

Engine Anti-ice System MEL 30-21-00 -


A-I ENG 1(2) FAULT
Engine Anti-ice Valve MEL 30-21-01 -

A Engine Anti-ice System MEL 30-21-00 -


A-I ENG 1(2) LEAK
D Engine Anti-ice Valve MEL 30-21-01 -
V
A-I MODE NOT AUTO - Not Applicable -
I
S A-I SWITCH OFF - Not Applicable -
O
AILERON LH (RH) FAIL - NO DISPATCH -
R
One AMS Controller
Y AMS CTRL FAULT
Channel
MEL 21-00-01 -

AP FAULT Autopilot channel MEL 22-10-00 -

AP PITCH TRIM FAULT Autopilot channel MEL 22-10-00 -


Autoland is not
AP RUDDER NOT AVAIL Rudder Servo MEL 22-10-01
available
APM FAULT APM 1 (2) (3) (4) MEL 31-41-03 -
CAT II Approach
APPR 2 NOT AVAIL - Not Applicable
Unserviceable
APU FIREXBTL DISCH APU Fire Ext. Bottle MEL 26-22-00 -

AT FAULT Auto throttle channel MEL 22-30-00 -


Aural Warning System
AURAL WRN SYS FAULT MEL 31-51-00 -
Channel
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TYPE POSSIBLE
DISPATCH
FAILED REMARKS
CONDITION
MESSAGE COMPONENTS

AUTO CONFIG TRIM


AUTO CONFIG TRIM FAIL MEL 27-41-09 -
function
AUTOLAND 1 (2) NOT AVAIL Autoland Unserviceable MEL 22-10-01 -

AVNX DB Module FAIL Database Module MEL 45-45-04 -


AVNX MAU 1 (2) (3) FAN
MAU fans MEL 31-41-08 -
FAULT
AVNX MAU 1 (2) (3)A FAULT - NO DISPATCH -

AVNX MAU 1 (2) (3)B FAULT - NO DISPATCH -

BLEED 1(2) OFF - Not Applicable -

BRK CONTROL FAULT - NO DISPATCH -

A BRK LH (RH) FAULT - NO DISPATCH -


D BRK PEDL LH (RH) SEAT
- NO DISPATCH -
FAIL
V
CABIN SMOKE DET FAIL - NO DISPATCH -
I
S CCD 1 (2) FAULT CCD 1 (2) MEL 31-62-01 -
O
CMC FAIL CMC MEL 45-45-01 -
R
Y CMF NO DISPATCH Actual Advisory

CMF 1 (2) FAIL CMC Module MEL 45-45-01 False Advisory

Printer MEL 23-24-01 False Advisory

CMS FAULT Single CMS MEL 31-41-30 -

- NO DISPATCH -
CRG AFT ACCESS OPEN
Internal Door Warning
MEL 52-70-02 -
System
CRG AFT FIREX HI ARM - Not Applicable -

CRG AFT FIREX LO ARM - Not Applicable -


Cargo compartment
CGR AFT VENT FAIL MEL 26-15-00 -
ventilation system
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AIRCRAFT REVISION Nº DATE PAGE
001 June 01, 2009
REVISION MMEL DATE 16
006 April 29, 2009

TYPE POSSIBLE
DISPATCH
FAILED REMARKS
CONDITION
MESSAGE COMPONENTS

Cargo compartment
CRG FIRE PROT FAULT MEL 26-15-00 -
smoke detector
CRG FWD FIREX HI ARM - Not Applicable -

CRG FWD FIREX LO ARM - Not Applicable -

CVR AFT FAIL DVDR 2 MEL 31-31-00 -

CVR FWD FAIL DVDR 1 MEL 31-31-00 -

Defueling Shutoff Valve MEL 28-23-21 Actual Advisory


DEFUEL SOV OPEN
- MEL 28-23-31 False Advisory

DOOR FUELING OPEN Fueling Access Door MEL 52-70-00 False Advisory

- NO DISPATCH Actual Advisory


A DOORS NOT STOWED
Internal Door Warning
D System
MEL 52-70-02 False Advisory
V Emer/Park brake
EMER BRK FAULT accumulator press MEL 32-44-17 False Advisory
I transducer
S
EMER LT BATT FAULT - NO DISPATCH -
O
R ENG 1(2) FADEC FAULT - NO DISPATCH -
Y ENG 1(2) FIREXBTL A FAIL - NO DISPATCH -

ENG FIREXBTL A(B) DISCH - NO DISPATCH -

ENG 1(2) FIREXBTL B FAIL - NO DISPATCH -


Engine 1(2) fuel low
ENG 1(2) FUEL SW FAIL MEL 73-31-01 -
pressure switch
- NO DISPATCH Actual Advisory
ENG 1(2) OIL IMP BYPASS
- MEL 79-34-07 False Advisory
Engine 1(2) oil pressure
ENG 1(2) OIL SW FAIL MEL 79-33-01 -
switch
ENG 1(2) SHORT DISPATCH - MEL 73-21-01 -

ENG TLA TRIM FAIL ETTS failed MEL 22-30-15 -


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AIRCRAFT REVISION Nº DATE PAGE
001 June 01, 2009
REVISION MMEL DATE 17
006 April 29, 2009

TYPE POSSIBLE
DISPATCH
FAILED REMARKS
CONDITION
MESSAGE COMPONENTS

FD FAIL - NO DISPATCH -

FD FAULT Flight director channel MEL 22-10-16 -

FDR AFT FAIL DVDR 2 MEL 31-31-00 -

FDR FWD FAIL DVDR 1 MEL 31-31-00 -

FLAP LO RATE SF-ACE channel MEL 27-53-02 -

FLT CRTL FAULT - NO DISPATCH -

FLT CTRL ADS FAIL - NO DISPATCH -

FMS 1(2) FAIL FMS failed MEL 34-60-00 -

A FMS FAIL FMS failed MEL 34-60-00 -


D Fuel AC Pump DDPM 5-28 Actual Advisory
V FUEL AC PUMP 1(2) FAIL
- MEL 28-21-33 False Advisory
I
S FUEL DC PUMP FAIL Fuel DC pump MEL 28-22-01 -
O
FUEL EQUAL-XFEED OPEN - Not Applicable -
R
Y FUEL FEED 1(2) FAULT - NO DISPATCH -

FUEL KG-LB MISMATCH - NO DISPATCH -

FUEL XFR FAULT Auxiliary Fuel System MEL 28-13-00 -

FUEL XFR ISOL FAIL Auxiliary Fuel System MEL 28-13-00 -

FUEL XFR SW NOT AUTO - Not Applicable -

FUEL XRF VENT FAIL Auxiliary Fuel System MEL 28-13-00 -

HUD 1 (2) A3 NOT AVAIL - Not Applicable -


Head Up Guidance
HUD 1 (2) FAIL MEL 34-25-00 -
System
HUD 1 (2) LVTO NOT AVAIL - Not Applicable -
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001 June 01, 2009
REVISION MMEL DATE 18
006 April 29, 2009

TYPE POSSIBLE
DISPATCH
FAILED REMARKS
CONDITION
MESSAGE COMPONENTS

HUD A3 NOT AVAIL - Not Applicable -


Head Up Guidance
HUD FAIL MEL 34-25-00 -
System
HUD LVTO NOT AVAIL - Not Applicable -

HYD 1 (2) (3) LO QTY - NO DISPATCH -

HYD 1 (2) EDP FAIL - NO DISPATCH -

HYD 1 (2) ELEC PUMP FAIL - NO DISPATCH -

HYD 1 (2) SOV FAIL - NO DISPATCH -

HYD 3 PUMP A NOT ON - Not Applicable -


PTU Automatic
A HYD PTU NOT AUTO
Activation Function
MEL 29-11-03 -

D HYD PUMP NOT AUTO


System 3 Electrical
MEL 29-12-01 -
Pump
V
HYD TEMP SENS FAIL - NO DISPATCH -
I
S HYD3 ELEC PUMP A FAIL - NO DISPATCH -
O
HYD3 ELEC PUMP B FAIL Hydraulic Pump 3B MEL 29-12-01 -
R
Y ICE CONDITION - Not Applicable -

IRS 1(2) NAV MODE FAIL - Not Applicable -

IRS ALIGNING - Not Applicable -


GPS Receiver Module
MEL 34-56-00 -
1 (2)
IRS PRES POS INVALID
GPS Antenna 1 (2) MEL 34-56-00 -

- NO DISPATCH Actual Advisory


LG TEMP EXCEEDANCE
Brake temperature
MEL 32-47-01 -
sensor
- NO DISPATCH -
LOAD SHED
GCU 1 (2) MEL 24-21-01 False Advisory
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AIRCRAFT REVISION Nº DATE PAGE
001 June 01, 2009
REVISION MMEL DATE 19
006 April 29, 2009

TYPE POSSIBLE
DISPATCH
FAILED REMARKS
CONDITION
MESSAGE COMPONENTS

MACH TRIM FAIL - NO DISPATCH -

MACH TRIM FAULT Mach trim channel MEL 22-10-12 -


Maximum of two crew
OBSERVER OXY LO PRESS - -
members in the cockpit
PACK 1(2) OFF - Not Applicable -

PAX OXY SW NOT AUTO - Not Applicable -

- NO DISPATCH Actual Advisory


A PITCH CONTROL DISC
EICAS message MEL 27-31-06 False Advisory
D
V PITCH TRIM BKUP FL
Pitch Trim Backup
MEL 27-43-02 -
Switch
I Dual Pitch Trim Switch
PITCH TRIM SW 1 (2) FAIL MEL 27-43-02 -
S on Yoke
O PITCH TRIM LO RATE - NO DISPATCH -
R
CPCS Controller MEL 21-31-01 -
Y PRESN AUTO FAULT
Outflow Valve MEL 21-31-02 -

RALT 1 (2) FAIL Rad Alt 1 (2) MEL 34-31-00 -


Emergency Ram Air
RAM AIR FAULT MEL 21-25-01 -
Valve
System failure
announced by a
maintenance level
MEL Definition 23 Actual Advisory
message but not
correlated to an EICAS
message
REMOTE CG TRIP
CB monitor MEL 31-16-01 False Advisory

GCU 1 (2) MEL 24-21-01 False Advisory

AGCU MEL 24-22-01 False Advisory

- NO DISPATCH Actual Advisory


ROLL CONTROL DISC
EICAS message MEL 27-11-12 False Advisory
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AIRCRAFT REVISION Nº DATE PAGE
001 June 01, 2009
REVISION MMEL DATE 20
006 April 29, 2009

TYPE POSSIBLE
DISPATCH
FAILED REMARKS
CONDITION
MESSAGE COMPONENTS

SATCOM FAIL SATCOM MEL 23-15-00 -

SHAKER 1 (2) FAIL Stick Shaker MEL 27-36-01 -

SLAT LO RATE SF-ACE channel MEL 27-53-02 -

SPDA FAIL - NO DISPATCH -

SPDBRK LEVER DISAG - NO DISPATCH -

STALL PROT FAULT - NO DISPATCH -

STALL PROT ICE SPEED - Not Applicable -

STEEP APPR NOT AVAIL Steep Approach Mode Not Applicable -

A STEER FAULT Steering pedal Sensors MEL 32-53-03 -


D TAILSTRIKE PROT FAIL
Tailstrike Protection
MEL 27-33-06
System
V
TAT heater MEL 30-33-00 -
I TAT 1 (2) FAILL
S TAT sensor MEL 34-15-03 -
O
TCAS MEL 34-43-00 Actual Advisory
R
Y TCAS FAIL Rad Alt 1 (2) MEL 34-31-00 False Advisory

XPDR Module 1 (2) MEL 34-52-00 False Advisory

APM MEL 31-41-03 -


TERRAIN NOT AVAILABLE
EGPWM MEL 34-41-00 -

XBLEED FAIL Cross Bleed Valve MEL 36-10-01 -

XBLEED SW OFF - Not Applicable -

YD FAIL - NO DISPATCH -

YD FAULT Yaw Damper Channel MEL 22-10-14 -

YD OFF - Not Applicable -


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AIRCRAFT REVISION Nº DATE PAGE
001 June 01, 2009
REVISION MMEL DATE 21
006 April 29, 2009

TYPE POSSIBLE
DISPATCH
FAILED REMARKS
CONDITION
MESSAGE COMPONENTS

- NO DISPATCH -
XPDR 1 (2) FAIL
XPDR MEL 34-52-00 -

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AIRCRAFT REVISION Nº DATE PAGE
001 June 01, 2009
REVISION MMEL DATE 22
006 April 29, 2009

TYPE POSSIBLE
DISPATCH
FAILED REMARKS
CONDITION
MESSAGE COMPONENTS

Engine Anti-ice Valve


A-I ENG 1(2) VLV OPEN MEL 30-21-09 -
OPEN
Wing Anti-ice Valve
A-I WING VLV OPEN MEL 30-11-11 -
OPEN
APU FUEL SOV CLOSED - MEL 28-22-17 False Status

APU SHUTTING DOWN - Not Applicable -

AUTOLAND OFF - Not Applicable -

BLEED APU VLV OPEN - Not Applicable -

CMC FAIL CMC MEL 45-45-01 -

CRG FIREX HI DISCH - Not Applicable -

CRG FIREX LO DISCH - Not Applicable -


S ENG 1(2) FUEL SOV
T CLOSED
- Not Applicable -

A ENG 1(2) REV INHIBIT


Engine Thrust Reverser
MEL 78-34-12 False Status
Inhibit Lever Switch
T
ENG 1(2) TLA NOT IDLE - Not Applicable -
U
S ENG TDS REF A-I ALL - Not Applicable -

ENG TDS REF A-I ENG - Not Applicable -

FLT CTRL TEST IN PROG - Not Applicable -

FLT CTRL TEST PASSED - Not Applicable -


FUEL XFEED OVRD LOW 1
- Not Applicable -
(2)
FUEL XFR ISOL CLOSED - Not Applicable -

FUEL XFEED SOV OPEN - Not Applicable -

HUD A3 OFF - Not Applicable -

HYD 1 (2) SOV CLOSED - Not Applicable -

PRINTER FAULT Cockpit Printer MEL 23-24-01 -


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AIRCRAFT REVISION Nº DATE PAGE
001 June 01, 2009
REVISION MMEL DATE 23
006 April 29, 2009

STEER OFF - Not Applicable -

TYPE POSSIBLE
DISPATCH
FAILED REMARKS
CONDITION
MESSAGE COMPONENTS

STEER OFF - Not Applicable -

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AIRCRAFT REVISION Nº DATE PAGE
002 December 27, 2010
REVISION MMEL DATE 1 - 21 - 1
006 April 29, 2009
System 1. 2. Number Installed
Sequence Item 3. Number Required for Dispatch
Number 4. Remarks or Exceptions
21 – AIR CONDITIONING
00-00 Environmental Control C 2 0 (O) MFD indications not addressed elsewhere in the MEL may
System Synoptic be inoperative.
Displays(MFD ECS Page)
00-01 Air Management System C 2 1 Except for ER operations, one may be inoperative
(AMS) Channels provided flight is conducted at or below FL 310.
21-04 Pilots Feet Outlet Shutoff C 2 0
Valves
23-00 Gasper System C 1 0
24-01 Recirculation Fans C 2 0 (M) May be inoperative provided affected fan is deactivated.
1) Recirculation Fan Check C 2 0 (M) May be inoperative closed provided associated fan is
Valves deactivated.
24-02 Recirculation Air Filters C 2 0 May be inoperative or missing provided Recirculation Fans
(RECIRC) remain selected off.
C 2 0 (M) May be inoperative or missing provided associated
Recirculation Fan is deactivated.
24-04 Recirculation System B 1 0 (M)(O) Except for ER operations, may be inoperative or missing
Smoke Detector provided:
a) Recirculation Fans (RECIRC) remain selected off,
b) Both air conditioning packs are operating normally,
c) Live animals are not carried in the forward cargo
compartment, and
d) Troubleshooting action confirms the message has been
triggered due to a failure on the recirculation bay smoke
detection system (Ref. FIM Task 26-16-00-810-801-A).

R (EMBRAER 170/175) B 1 0 (M)(O) May be inoperative or missing provided:


a) Recirculation Fans (RECIRC) remain selected off,
b) One air conditioning pack is operating normally,
c) Live animals are not carried in the forward cargo
compartment,
d) Both engine ITT margins are verified to be within limits,
and
e) Troubleshooting action confirms the message has been
triggered due to a failure on the recirculation bay smoke
detection system (Ref. FIM Task 26-16-00-810-801-A).

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AIRCRAFT REVISION Nº DATE PAGE
002 December 27, 2010
REVISION MMEL DATE 1 - 21 - 1A
006 April 29, 2009
System 1. 2. Number Installed
Sequence Item 3. Number Required for Dispatch
Number 4. Remarks or Exceptions
21 – AIR CONDITIONING

N (EMBRAER 190/195) B 1 0 (O) Except for ER operations, may be inoperative or missing


provided:
a) Recirculation Fans (RECIRC) remain selected off,
b) One Air Conditioning Pack is operating normally,
c) Live animals are not carried in the forward cargo
compartment, and
d) Troubleshooting action confirms the message has been
triggered due to a failure on the recirculation bay smoke
detection system (Ref. FIM Task 26-16-00-810-801-A).
25-01 Emergency Ram Air Valve C 1 0 (M)(O) Except for ER operations, maybe inoperative provided:
a) Air Conditioning Pack 01 remains selected off,
b) Valve is secured open, and
c) Flight is conducted at or below FL 310.

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AIRCRAFT REVISION Nº DATE PAGE
002 December 27, 2010
REVISION MMEL DATE 1 - 21 - 2
006 April 29, 2009
System 1. 2. Number Installed
Sequence Item 3. Number Required for Dispatch
Number 4. Remarks or Exceptions
21 – AIR CONDITIONING
25-03 Emergency Ram Air Check C 1 0 (O) Except for ER operations, may be inoperative open
Valve provided:
a) Air Conditioning Pack 02 remains selected off, and
b) Flight is conducted at or below FL 310.

27-01 Forward Cargo C 1 0 (M) May be inoperative provided:


Compartment Fan a) Fan is deactivated, and
b) Live animals are not carried in the cargo compartment.
27-03 Forward Cargo C 1 0 (M) May be inoperative closed provided:
Compartment Check Valve a) Fan is deactivated, and
b) Live animals are not carried in the cargo compartment.
C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative open provided procedures are
established and used to ensure the associated
compartment remains empty, or is verified to contain only
empty cargo handling equipment, ballast, (ballast may be
loaded in ULDs), and/or Fly Away Kits.
27-04 Forward Cargo C 1 0 (M) May be inoperative provided:
Compartment Shutoff a) Valve is secured closed,
Valve b) Fan is deactivated, and
c) Live animals are not carried in the cargo compartment.
C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided procedures are established
and used to ensure the associated compartment remains
empty, or is verified to contain only empty cargo handling
equipment, ballast, (ballast may be loaded in ULDs),
and/or Fly Away Kits.
N 28-02 In-Flight Entertainment
System (IFE)
1)Ventilation Fan D 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided IFE is used in-flight
only.
2)Airflow Switch D 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided IFE is used in-flight
only.

N
28-03 In-Flight Entertainment D 1 0 (M)(O) May be inoperative provided:
System (IFE) Ground- a) Affected valve is secured closed, and
Shutoff-Valve b) IFE is used in-flight only.

N 28-04 In-Flight Entertainment D 1 0 (M) May be inoperative provided:


System (IFE) Vent-Shutoff- a) Affected valve is secured closed, and
Valve b) IFE is deactivated.

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AIRCRAFT REVISION Nº DATE PAGE
002 December 27, 2010
REVISION MMEL DATE 1 - 21 – 2A
006 April 29, 2009
System 1. 2. Number Installed
Sequence Item 3. Number Required for Dispatch
Number 4. Remarks or Exceptions
21 – AIR CONDITIONING
29-02 Low Pressure Ground C 2 1 (O) Except for ER operations, one may be inoperative open
Connection Check Valves provided:
a) Associated Air Conditioning Pack remains selected off,
and
b) Flight is conducted at or below FL 310.
C 2 0 (O) Except for ER operations, may be inoperative open
provided:
a) Both Air Conditioning Packs remain selected off,
b) Flight is conducted in an unpressurized configuration.
C 2 0 May be inoperative closed.

31-01 Cabin Pressure Control


System (CPCS) Controller
Channels
1) Automatic Mode C 2 1 One may be inoperative provided PRESN MAN FAIL
Caution message is not displayed on EICAS.

C 2 0 (O) Except for ER operations, may be inoperative provided:


a) Outflow Valve is positioned open,
b) Extended overwater flight is prohibited, and
c) Flight is conducted in an unpressurized configuration.
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AIRCRAFT REVISION Nº DATE PAGE
001 June 01, 2009
REVISION MMEL DATE 1 - 21 - 3
006 April 29, 2009
System 1. 2. Number Installed
Sequence Item 3. Number Required for Dispatch
Number 4. Remarks or Exceptions
21 – AIR CONDITIONING
(Continued)
31-01 Cabin Pressure Control C 2 0 (O) Except for ER operations, may be inoperative provided:
System (CPCS) Controller a) Outflow Valve is positioned open,
Channels b) Extended overwater flight is prohibited, and
1) Automatic Mode c) Flight is conducted in an unpressurized configuration.

2) Manual Mode C 2 0 Except for ER operations, may be inoperative provided:


a) Automatic Mode on both channels operates normally,
and
b) Extended overwater flight is prohibited.
C 2 0 (O) Except for ER operations, may be inoperative provided:
a) Outflow Valve Indication on MFD operates normally,
b) Outflow Valve is verified open,
c) Extended overwater flight is prohibited, and
d) Flight is conducted in an unpressurized configuration.
C 2 0 (M) Except for ER operations, maybe inoperative provided:
a) Outflow Valve is removed,
b) Extended overwater flight is prohibited, and
c) Flight is conducted in an unpressurized configuration.
31-02 Outflow Valve C 1 0 (O) Except for ER operations, may be inoperative provided:
a) Outflow Valve Indication on MFD operates normally,
b) Outflow Valve is verified open,
c) Extended overwater flight is prohibited, and
d) Flight is conducted in an unpressurized configuration.
C 1 0 (M) Except for ER operations, maybe inoperative provided:
a) Outflow Valve is removed,
b) Extended overwater flight is prohibited, and
c) Flight is conducted in an unpressurized configuration.
31-05 Outflow Valve Indications C 2 0
on MFD
31-07 Cabin Rate of Climb C 1 0 May be inoperative provided Automatic Mode on both
Indication on EICAS channels operates normally.
C 1 0 (M)(O) Except for ER operations, may be inoperative provided:
a) Outflow Valve is verified open,
b) Extended overwater flight is prohibited, and
c) Flight is conducted in an unpressurized configuration.
C 1 0 (M)(O) Except for ER operations, maybe inoperative provided:
a) Outflow Valve is removed,
b) Extended overwater flight is prohibited, and
c) Flight is conducted in an unpressurized configuration.

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AIRCRAFT REVISION Nº DATE PAGE
001 June 01, 2009
REVISION MMEL DATE 1 - 21 - 4
006 April 29, 2009
System 1. 2. Number Installed
Sequence Item 3. Number Required for Dispatch
Number 4. Remarks or Exceptions
21 – AIR CONDITIONING
31-09 Cabin Differential Pressure C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided:
Indication on EICAS a) Cabin Altitude Indication operates normally, and
b) A table is available to convert Cabin Altitude to Cabin
Differential Pressure.
C 1 0 (M)(O) Except for ER operations, may be inoperative provided:
a) Outflow Valve is verified open,
b) Extended overwater flight is prohibited, and
c) Flight is conducted in an unpressurized configuration.
C 1 0 (M)(O) Except for ER operations, maybe inoperative provided:
a) Outflow Valve is removed,
b) Extended overwater flight is prohibited, and
c) Flight is conducted in an unpressurized configuration.
31-11 Cabin Altitude Indication on C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided:
EICAS a) Cabin Differential Pressure Indication operates
normally, and
b) A table is available to convert Cabin Differential
Pressure to Cabin Altitude.
C 1 0 (M)(O) Except for ER operations, may be inoperative provided:
a) Outflow Valve is verified open,
b) Extended overwater flight is prohibited, and
c) Flight is conducted in an unpressurized configuration.
C 1 0 (M)(O) Except for ER operations, maybe inoperative provided:
a) Outflow Valve is removed,
b) Extended overwater flight is prohibited, and
c) Flight is conducted in an unpressurized configuration.
31-13 Landing Field Elevation C 1 0 (M)(O) Except for ER operations, may be inoperative provided:
(LFE) Indication on EICAS a) Outflow Valve is verified open,
b) Extended overwater flight is prohibited, and
c) Flight is conducted in an unpressurized configuration.
C 1 0 (M)(O) Except for ER operations, maybe inoperative provided:
a) Outflow Valve is removed,
b) Extended overwater flight is prohibited, and
c) Flight is conducted in an unpressurized configuration.
32-01 Positive Pressure Relief C 1 0 (O) Except for ER operations, may be inoperative provided:
Valve (Including Static Port a) Outflow Valve is positioned open, and
and Tubing) b) Flight is conducted in an unpressurized configuration.

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AIRCRAFT REVISION Nº DATE PAGE
001 June 01, 2009
REVISION MMEL DATE 1 - 21 - 5
006 April 29, 2009
System 1. 2. Number Installed
Sequence Item 3. Number Required for Dispatch
Number 4. Remarks or Exceptions
21 – AIR CONDITIONING
32-04 Negative Pressure Relief C 1 0 (O) Except for ER operations, may be inoperative provided:
Valve a) Outflow Valve is positioned open, and
b) Flight is conducted in an unpressurized configuration.
32-14 Positive Pressure Relief C 2 0
Valve Indication on MFD
51-00 Air Conditioning Packs C 2 1 (O) Except for ER operations, one may be inoperative
provided:
a) Associated Air Conditioning Pack remains selected off,
and
b) Flight is conducted at or below FL 310.
C 2 0 (O) Except for ER operations, may be inoperative provided:
a) Both Air Conditioning Packs remain selected off,
b) Flight is conducted in an unpressurized configuration.
51-01 Pack Flow Control Valves C 2 1 (M)(O) Except for ER operations, one may be inoperative
provided:
a) Affected valve is secured closed,
b) Associated Air Conditioning Pack remains selected off,
and
c) Flight is conducted at or below FL 310.
C 2 1 (O) Except for ER operations, one may be inoperative
provided:
a) Affected valve is verified closed,
b) Associated Air Conditioning Pack remains selected off,
and
c) Flight is conducted at or below FL 310.
C 2 0 (M)(O) Except for ER operations, maybe inoperative provided:
a) Affected valves are secured closed,
b) Both Air Conditioning Packs remain selected off,
c) Flight is conducted in an unpressurized configuration.
51-02 Flow Sensing Venturis C 2 1 (O) Except for ER operations, one may be inoperative
provided:
a) Associated Air Conditioning Pack remains selected off,
and
b) Flight is conducted at or below FL 310.
C 2 0 (O) Except for ER operations, may be inoperative provided:
a) Both Air Conditioning Packs remain selected off,
b) Flight is conducted in an unpressurized configuration.

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AIRCRAFT REVISION Nº DATE PAGE
001 June 01, 2009
REVISION MMEL DATE 1 - 21 - 6
006 April 29, 2009
System 1. 2. Number Installed
Sequence Item 3. Number Required for Dispatch
Number 4. Remarks or Exceptions
21 – AIR CONDITIONING
51-08 Water Spray Nozzles C 2 1 (O) Except for ER operations, one may be inoperative
provided:
a) Associated Air Conditioning Pack remains selected off,
and
b) Flight is conducted at or below FL 310.
C 2 0 (M) May be inoperative provided affected Spray Nozzle is
removed.
C 2 0 (O) Except for ER operations, may be inoperative provided:
a) Both Air Conditioning Packs remain selected off,
b) Flight is conducted in an unpressurized configuration.
61-00 Cockpit Zone Temperature C 1 0 May be inoperative provided Cockpit Temperature
Control on Air Conditioning/ "ACTUAL" Indication operates normally.
Pneumatic Panel (Cockpit
Temperature "SET"
Indication on MFD ECS
Page)
C 1 0 Except for ER operations, may be inoperative provided Air
Conditioning Pack 01 is not used.
61-01 Cockpit Zone Temperature C 1 0 May be inoperative provided Cockpit Temperature "SET"
Sensor (Cockpit Indication operates normally.
Temperature "ACTUAL"
Indication on MFD ECS
Page)
C 1 0 Except for ER operations, may be inoperative provided Air
Conditioning Pack 01 is not used.
61-05 Cockpit Zone Temperature Deleted, Rev 5. (Included in items 21-61-00 and 21-61-01.)
Indication on MFD (SET or
ACTUAL)
62-00 Passenger Cabin Zone
Temperature Control
(Passenger Cabin
Temperature "SET"
Indication on MFD ECS
Page)
1) Temperature Control on C 1 0 May be inoperative provided PAX/CABIN knob on the
AIR COND/PNEUMATIC AIRCOND/PNEUMATIC Panel is set to ATTND position.
Panel
C 1 0 Except for ER operations, may be inoperative provided Air
Conditioning Pack 02 is not used.
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Number 4. Remarks or Exceptions
21 – AIR CONDITIONING
62-00 Passenger Cabin Zone
Temperature Control
(Passenger Cabin
Temperature "SET"
Indication on MFD ECS
Page)
(Continued)
2)Temperature Control on C 1 0 May be inoperative provided temperature control knob on
Flight Attendant AIR COND/PNEUMATIC Panel is used.
Panel/CMS
C 1 0 Except for ER operations, may be inoperative provided Air
Conditioning Pack 02 is not used.
62-01 Passenger Cabin Zone C 4 0 May be inoperative provided Passenger Cabin
Temperature Temperature "SET" Indication operates normally.
Sensors(Passenger Cabin
Temperature "ACTUAL"
Indication on MFD ECS
Page)
C 4 0 Except for ER operations, may be inoperative provided Air
Conditioning Pack 02 is not used.
62-04 Passenger Cabin Zone Deleted, Rev 6. (Included in items 21-62-00 and 21-62-01.)
Temperature Indication on
MFD (SET or ACTUAL)
62-05 Trim Air Modulating Valves C 2 0 (M) May be inoperative provided affected valve is secured
(PP-PJD) closed.

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22 – AUTO FLIGHT
10-00 Auto pilot Channels
(For non RVSM, VNAV, B 2 0 May be inoperative provided operations do not require their
ILS CAT II and RNP-0.3 use.
procedures)
(For RVSM, VNAV, ILS B 2 1
CAT II and RNP-0.3
procedures)
N 10-12 Mach Trim Channels B 2 1
(EMBRAER 190/195)
10-14 Yaw Damper Channels B 2 1
10-16 Flight Director Channels
(For non ILS CAT II B 2 1 One channel may be inoperative provided operations do
procedures) not require its use.
(For ILS CAT II 2 2 NO GO for ILS CAT II Operations.
procedures)
10-20 Takeoff/Go-Around C 2 1
(TO/GA) Buttons
11-01 Guidance Panel (GP)
1) GP Channels C 2 1 (O) Except for ER operations, one may be inoperative provided:
a) Associated side TO/GA, AP/TRIM DISC and AP/FD TCS
buttons are considered inoperative, and
b) Alternate procedures are established and used.
2) FlightDirector (FD) C 2 0
Buttons
3) Autopilot (AP) Button
(For non RVSM, ILS CAT B 1 0 May be inoperative provided operations do not require its
II and RNP-0.3 use.
procedures)
(For RVSM, ILS CAT II 1 1 NO GO for ILS CAT II Operations with Autopilot.
and RNP-0.3 procedures)
4) Yaw Damper (YD) C 1 0
Button
5) Source (SRC) Button C 1 0
6) Airspeed to Mach C 1 0
(PUSH
IAS/MACH)Change Button
7) Navigation(NAV) Mode C 1 0 May be inoperative provided procedures do not require its
Button use.
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22 – AUTO FLIGHT
11-01 Guidance Panel (GP)
(Continued)
8) Heading (HDG) Mode B 1 0 May be inoperative provided procedures do not require its
Button use.
9) Approach (APP) Mode
Button
(For non ILS CAT II C 1 0 May be inoperative provided procedures do not require its
procedures) use.
(For ILS CAT II 1 1 NO GO for ILS CAT II Operations. Not required if the PREV
procedures) function is used with AUTO tuning enabled on the MCDU
radio page.
10) Bank (BANK) Limiter C 1 0
Button
11) Heading Selector B 1 0 May be inoperative provided operations do not require its
(HDG SEL) Knob use.
12) Heading Synchro- C 1 0
nization (PUSH SYNC)
Button
13) Flight Level C 1 0 May be inoperative provided procedures do not require its
Change(FLCH) Mode use.
Button
14) Vertical Navigation C 1 0 May be inoperative provided procedures do not require its
(VNAV) Mode Button use.
15) Altitude Hold (ALT)
Mode Button
(For non RVSM C 1 0 May be inoperative provided operations do not require its
procedures) use.
(For RVSM procedures) 1 1 NO GO for RVSM Operations.
16) Feet to Meter (PUSH C 1 0 May be inoperative provided operations do not require its
FT-M) Change Button use.
17) Flight Path Angle C 1 0 May be inoperative provided procedures do not require its
(FPA) Mode Button use.
18) Flight Path Angle C 1 0 May be inoperative provided procedures do not require its
Selector (FPA SEL) Knob use.
19) Vertical Speed (VS) C 1 0 May be inoperative provided procedures do not require its
Mode Button use.
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11-01 Guidance Panel (GP)
(Continued)
20) Vertical Speed (VS DN C 1 0 May be inoperative provided procedures do not require its
UP) Selector Thumb use.
Wheel
21) Autothrottle (A/T) B 1 0 May be inoperative provided Autothrottle Channels are
Button considered inoperative and not used.
11-02 Autopilot/Trim Disengage
(AP/TRIM DISC) Buttons
(For non VNAV, ILS CAT II C 2 1 One may be inoperative on non-flying pilot's side provided:
and RNP-0.3 procedures) a) Autopilot is not used below 1,500 feet AGL, and
b) Operations do not require its use.
(For VNAV, ILS CAT II and 2 2 NO GO for ILS CAT II Operations if Autopilot is required.
RNP-0.3 procedures)
11-03 Autopilot/Flight Director C 2 0
Touch Control Steering
(AP/FD TCS) Buttons
30-00 Autothrottle Channels B 2 0
30-12 Autothrottle Disconnect C 2 1
Buttons
B 2 0 May be inoperative provided Autothrottle is not used.
30-15 Electronic Thrust Trim C 2 0
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23 – COMMUNICATIONS
11-00 High Frequency (HF) D 1 0 Except for extended overwater flights and where
Communication System procedures require its use.
As required by RBAC 121.347, 121.349 and 121.351.

12-00 Very High Frequency D 3 2 Any in excess of those required by local regulations may be
(VHF) Communication inoperative provided:
System a) VHF 01 operates normally, and
b) Procedures do not require its use.

N 21-00 Selective Call System C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided alternate procedures
(SELCAL) are established and used.

D 1 0 May be inoperative provided procedures do not require its


use.
N 24-00 Communication C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided alternate procedures
Management Function are established and used.
(CMF)
D 1 0 May be inoperative provided procedures do not require its
use.

24-01 Printer C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided alternate procedures are


established and used.
D 1 0 May be inoperative provided procedures do not require its
use.

51-00 Cockpit/Cabin Service


Interphone System
1) Flight Deck to Cabin, B 3 2 (O) May be inoperative provided:
Cabin to Flight Deck a) Flight deck to cabin and cabin to flight deck interphone
Functions functions operate normally on at least fifty percent of the
cabin handsets, and
b) Alternate communication procedures between the
affected flight attendant stations are established and used.
NOTE: Any station function(s) that operate normally may
be used.
51-01 Cockpit Alerting System
(Chime/Light)
1) Flight Deck Call Lights B 1 0 May be inoperative provided the flight deck chime operates
normally.
NOTE: The flight deck chime must always be operative.

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51-02 Cockpit Speakers C 2 0 May be inoperative provided:
a) Procedures do not require its use, and
b) Associated Headsets are installed and operate normally.
51-03 Push To Talk (PTT)
Switches
1) PTT Switches on C 2 0 May be inoperative provided associated PTT Switch on
Glareshield Panel Yoke operates normally.
2) PTT Switches on Yoke C 2 0
51-08 Boom Microphones A 2 0 May be inoperative provided:
a) Flight Data Recorder (FDR) operates normally, and
b) Repairs are made within three flight days.

51-11 Cockpit Hand C 2 0 May be inoperative provided associated boom microphones


Microphones operate normally.
52-00 Ramp Service Interphone
System
1) Flight Deck to Ground B 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided operational procedures are
Function established and used.
NOTE: Any portion of system which operates normally
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24 – ELECTRICAL POWER
00-00 Electrical Synoptic C 2 0 (O) MFD indications not addressed elsewhere in the MEL may
Displays (MFD Electrical be inoperative.
Page)
00-01 IDG Disconnect LED C 2 1
(Overhead Panel)
00-05 Batteries 1 and 2 Voltage C 4 2 One indication per battery may be inoperative.
Indication on MFD Status
Page
C 4 0 May be inoperative provided affected battery voltage is
available on MFD Electrical Page.
21-01 Engine Driven Generator A 2 1 (O) Except for ER operations, one may be inoperative provided:
(IDG, GCU, GLC) a) APU generator operates normally and is used throughout
the flight,
b) Affected IDG is disconnected and remains selected OFF,
c) Flight is conducted at or below FL 330, and
d) Repairs are made within 2 flight days.
22-01 APU Generator C 1 0 Except for ER operations, may be inoperative provided
APU generator remains selected off.
36-10 Batteries 1 and 2 C 4 2 One sensor per battery may be inoperative provided at
Temperature Sensors least one temperature indication of associated battery on
Electrical Synoptic Display (MFD Electrical Page) is verified
to operate normally before each flight.
42-00 AC External Power C 1 0 (M) May be inoperative provided the system is deactivated.
System
1) AC GPU AVAIL/IN USE C 4 0 (O) May be inoperative provided alternate procedures are
Pushbutton Lights established and used.
2) AC GPU AVAILABLE C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided alternate procedures are
Light on Flight Attendant established and used.
Ground Service Panel
3) AC GPU IN USE Light C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided alternate procedures are
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25 – EQUIPMENT /
FURNISHINGS
10-05 Eye Position Indicator C 1 0
10-07 Cockpit Convenience C - - Cockpit convenience items, as expressed in the end of this
Item(s) MEL (at DDPM – NEF List Cockpit) are those items related
to crewmember convenience or comfort. Items addressed
elsewhere in this document are not included.
10-09 Chart Holders C 4 2 May be inoperative or missing provided one is available at
each pilot station.
D 4 2 May be inoperative or missing provided operations do not
require its use.
11-01 Pilot Seats
1) Vertical Power Seat C 2 0 (M) May be inoperative provided:
Adjustment Systems a) Affected system is deactivated, and
b) Vertical Manual Seat Adjustment System operates
normally.
2) Vertical Manual Seat C 2 0 May be inoperative provided:
Adjustment Systems a) Affected seat has failed in a position that permits normal
pilots visibility,
b) Full flight control movement is available, and
c) Seat is acceptable to the affected crewmember.
C 2 0 May be inoperative provided Vertical Power Seat
Adjustment System operates normally.
3) Longitudinal Seat C 2 0 May be inoperative provided backup system operates
Adjustment Systems normally.
4) Lateral Seat Adjustment C 2 0 May be inoperative provided backup system operates
Systems normally.
C 2 0 May be inoperative provided:
a) It has failed with the affected seat at inboard position,
and
b) Seat is acceptable to the affected crewmember.
5) Lumbar Support C 2 0 May be inoperative provided seat is acceptable to the
affected crewmember.
6) Armrest C 4 0 (M) May be inoperative provided:
a) Affected armrest is stowed in the retracted position, and
b) Seat is acceptable to affected crewmember.
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11-01 Pilot Seats
(Continued)
7) Recline Function C 2 0 May be inoperative provided seat is acceptable to the
affected crewmember.
8) Headrest C 2 0 May be inoperative provided seat is acceptable to the
affected crewmember.
9) Thigh Support C 4 0 May be inoperative provided seat is acceptable to the
affected crewmember.
11-02 Observer Seat (Including A 1 0 May be inoperative provided:
Associated Equipment) a) A passenger seat in the passenger cabin is made
available to an inspector for the performance of official
duties, and
b) Repairs are made within two flight days.
A 1 0 May be inoperative provided:
a) Required minimum safety equipment (safety belt and
oxygen) is available,
b) Seat is acceptable to an inspector for the performance of
official duties, and
c) Repairs are made within two flight days.
NOTE 1: These provisos are intended to provide for
occupancy of the above seat by an inspector
when the minimum safety equipment (oxygen
and safety belt) is functional and the inspector
determines the conditions to be acceptable.
NOTE 2: The pilot-in-command will determine if the
minimum safety equipment is functional for other
persons authorized to occupy observer seat.

12-15 Sunvisors C 2 0 May be inoperative or missing provided there are no visual


restrictions to affected crewmember.

12-17 Direct Vision Window C 2 0 May be inoperative or missing provided there are no visual
Sunshades restrictions to affected crewmember.

13-03 Crew Baggage Stowage D 2 0 (O) May be inoperative or missing provided crew baggage is
Straps in the Cockpit properly stowed.

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20-02 Overhead Bin(s) / Cabin (M) May be inoperative provided:
and Galley Storage a) Procedures are established to secure compartment
(All aircraft except PP- C 19 0 CLOSED,
PJD) b) Associated bin or compartment is prominently placarded
DO NOT USE,
(PP-PJD) C 22 0 c) Any emergency equipment located in affected
compartment is considered inoperative, and
d) Affected compartment is not used for storage of any
item(s) except for those permanently affixed.
(All aircraft except PP- C 19 0 (M)(O) May be inoperative provided:
PJD) a) Affected door(s) is removed,
b) Associated bin or compartment is not used for storage of
(PP-PJD) C 22 0 any items. Except those permanently affixed,
c) Associated bin or compartment is prominently placarded
DO NOT USE,
d) Procedures are established and used to alert crew
members and passengers of inoperative bins, and
e) Passengers are briefed that associated bin or
compartment is not used.
NOTE 1: If no partitions are installed, the entire overhead
storage compartment is considered one bin or
compartment.
NOTE 2: Any emergency equipment located in the
associated compartment (permanently affixed) is
available for use.
N 20-03 Cabin/Galley Storage C 36 18 One latch per compartment may be inoperative.
Latches (Dual Latch
Installations)
20-05 "Fasten Seat Belt While C 86 43 One or more signs or placards may be illegible or missing
Seated" Signs or Placards provided a legible sign or placard is readable from each
occupied passenger seat.
20-07 Passenger Convenience /
NEF Item(s)
1) Passenger - - Passenger convenience items, as expressed in the end of
Convenience Item(s) this MEL (DDPM – NEF List Cabin, Galley and Lavatory),
are those related to passenger convenience, comfort, or
entertainment such as, but not limited to, galley equipment,
movie equipment, ash trays, stereo equipment, overhead
reading lamps. Items addressed elsewhere in this
document are not included. (M) and (O) procedures may be
required according to DDPM.
NOTE: Exterior lavatory door ash trays are not considered
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20-07 Passenger Convenience /
NEF Item(s)
(Continued)
2) Non-Essential - - May be inoperative, damaged or missing provided that the
Equipment & Furnishings item(s) is deferred in accordance with the operator's NEF
(NEF) deferral program. The NEF program, procedures and
processes are outlined in DDPM. (M) and (O) procedures, if
required, must be available to the flight crew and are
included in the end of this MEL. (DDPM – NEF List)
NOTE: Exterior lavatory door ashtrays are not considered
NEF items.
21-10 Passenger Seat(s) D 86 0 May be inoperative provided:
a) Seat does not block an Emergency Exit,
b) Seat does not restrict any passenger from access to the
main aircraft aisle, and
c) The affected seat(s) are blocked and placarded "DO
NOT OCCUPY".
NOTE 1: A seat with an inoperative seat belt is considered
inoperative.
NOTE 2: Inoperative seats do not affect the required
number of Flight Attendants.
NOTE 3: Affected seat(s) may include the seat(s) behind
and/or adjacent outboard seats.
1) Recline Mechanism D 86 0 (M) May be inoperative and seat occupied provided seat is
secured in the upright position.

D 86 0 May be inoperative and seat occupied provided seat back


is immovable in full upright position.

2) Under seat Baggage C 86 0 (O) May be inoperative provided:


Restraining Bars a) Baggage is not stowed under seat with inoperative
restraining bar,
b) Associated seat is placarded "DO NOT STOW
BAGGAGE UNDER THIS SEAT", and
c) Procedures are established to alert Cabin Crew of
inoperative restraining bar.
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21-10 Passenger Seat(s)
(Continued)
3) Armrests
a) Armrest with Recline D 86 0 (M) May be inoperative or missing and seat occupied provided:
Mechanism a) Armrest does not block an Emergency Exit,
b) Armrest does not restrict any passenger from access to
the main aircraft aisle, and
c) If armrest is missing, seat is secured in the full upright
position.
b) Armrest without Recline D 43 0 May be inoperative or missing and seat occupied provided:
Mechanism a) Armrest does not block an Emergency Exit, and
b) Armrest does not restrict any passenger from access to
the main aircraft aisle.

21-20 Flight Attendant Seat


Assembly
1) Required Flight B 2 1 (M)(O) One seat position or assembly may be inoperative
Attendant Seats provided:
a) Affected seat position or seat assembly is not occupied,
b) Flight attendant(s) displaced by inoperative seat(s)
occupies either an adjacent flight attendant seat or the
passenger seat which is most accessible to the inoperative
seat(s), so as to most effectively perform assigned duties,
c) Alternate procedures are established and used as
published in crewmember manuals,
d) Folding type seat stows automatically or is secured in the
retracted position, and
e) Passenger seat assigned to flight attendant is placarded
"FOR FLIGHT ATTENDANT USE ONLY".

NOTE 1: An automatic folding seat that will not stow


automatically is considered inoperative.
NOTE 2: A seat position with an inoperative or missing
restraint system is considered inoperative.
NOTE 3: One flight attendant in the rear area and one flight
attendant in the forward area of cabin.
NOTE 4: If one side of a dual seat assembly is inoperative
and a flight attendant is displaced to the adjacent
seat, the adjacent seat must operate normally.
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21-20 Flight Attendant Seat
Assembly (Continued)
2) Excess Flight Attendant C 2 0 (M) May be inoperative provided:
Seats a) Affected seat position or assembly is not occupied. and
b) Folding type seat stows automatically or is secured in the
retract position.
NOTE 1: An automatic folding seat will not stow
automatically is considered inoperative.
NOTE 2: A seat position with an inoperative or missing
restraint is considered inoperative.
22-04 Passenger Service Unit C 2 0 (O) May be inoperative provided alternate procedures are
(PSU) Test / Reset established and used.
Switches
25-00 Flight Attendant Panels
(FAP)
1) Forward FAP B 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided:
a) Aft FAP is operative,
b) Passenger Service Unit (PSU) Test/Reset Switches are
considered inoperative, and
c) Lavatory Smoke Test Switches are considered
inoperative.
NOTE: Any function on the FAP which operates normally
may be used.
2) Aft FAP B 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided:
a) Forward FAP is operative, and
b) Water & Waste System indications are considered
inoperative.
NOTE: Any function on the FAP which operates normally
may be used.
27-01 Drop-Down Window on Aft D 1 0 (M) May be inoperative provided Drop-Down Window is
Windscreen removed or secured in the down position.
30-03 Galley Waste Receptacles C 2 0 (M)(O) May be inoperative provided:
Access Doors / Covers a) The container is empty and the access is secured to
prevent waste introduction into the compartment, and
b) Procedures are established to ensure that sufficient
galley waste receptacles are available to accommodate all
waste that may be generated on a flight.
34-03 Wheelchair Restraint D 1 0 As required by local regulation.
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40-03 Exterior Lavatory Door
Ashtrays
1) Airplanes with more A 2 1 One may be missing provided it is replaced within 10
than one exterior lavatory calendar days.
door ashtrays installed
2) Airplanes with only one A 1 0 May be missing provided it is replaced within 3 calendar
exterior lavatory door days.
ashtray installed
45-01 Lavatory Waste C 2 0 (M)(O) May be inoperative provided:
Receptacle Access Door a) Associated lavatory waste receptacle is empty,
b) Associated lavatory is used only by crewmembers, and
c) Associated lavatory entrance door is locked, closed and
placarded: “INOPERATIVE – DO NOT ENTER”.
NOTE: These provisions are not intended to prohibit
lavatory use or inspection by crewmembers.
61-00 Emergency Locator
Transmitter (ELT)
1) Survival Type ELTs D 1 0 Except for extended overwater operation as required by
RBAC 121.339.(a).(4)
2) Fixed ELTs A 1 0 (M) As per RBHA 91.207.(f).(8) may be missing provide repairs
are made within 90 days.
62-01 Emergency Medical
Equipment
1) Reserved
2) Emergency Medical Kit A 2 0 (O) May be incomplete, missing or inoperative provided:
(EMK) and/or Associated a) EMK is resealed in a manner that will identify it as a unit
Equipment that cannot be mistaken for a fully serviceable unit, and
b) Repairs or replacements are made within 3 flight cycles.
3) First Aid Kit(FAK) A 2 1 (O) One may be missing incomplete or inoperative provided:
and/or Associated a) FAK is resealed in a manner that will identify it as a unit
Equipment that cannot be mistaken for a fully serviceable unit, and
b) Repairs or replacements are made within 3 flight cycles.
N 62-02 Flotation Equipment
ERJ175 D 93 0 May be inoperative or missing provided aircraft is not
ERJ190 D 116 0 operated over water.
62-03 Megaphones 1 1 NO GO
62-05 Pyrotechnic Signal D 5 3 Any in excess of those required by RBAC 121 may be
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Devices inoperative or missing.
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62-07 Flight Deck/ Attendant
Flashlight and Holder
Assemblies
1) Flashlight C 6 4 May be inoperative or missing provided crewmember
assigned to associated seat has a flashlight of equivalent
characteristics readily available.

2) Holder Assembly C 6 0 May be inoperative or missing provided alternate stowage


means are provided.

65-00 Emergency Evacuation A 4 3 (M)(O) One may be inoperative or missing provided:


Slides System a) Associated door is considered inoperative. Refer to item
52-00-00 Passenger and Service Doors, and
b) Repairs are made within one flight day.

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26 – FIRE PROTECTION
12-00 APU Fire / Overheat C 2 0 Except for ER operations, both loops may be inoperative
Detection Loops provided APU is not used.
14-00 Lavatory Smoke Detection C 2 0 (M)(O) For each lavatory, the lavatory smoke detection system
System may be inoperative provided:
a) Lavatory waste receptacle is empty,
b) Lavatory door is locked closed and placarded
"INOPERATIVE - DO NOT ENTER", and
c) Lavatory is used only by crewmembers.
NOTE 1: These provisos are not intended to prohibit
lavatory use or inspections by crewmembers.
NOTE 2: Lavatory smoke detection system is not required
for all-cargo operations.
14-01 Lavatory Smoke Test C 2 0 (O) May be inoperative provided Lavatory Smoke Detector is
Switches on Flight tested once each flight day.
Attendant Panel
15-00 Cargo Compartment
R
Smoke Detection System
1) Forward Cargo C 3 0 (O) May be inoperative provided procedures are established
Compartment Smoke and used to ensure the associated compartment remains
Detectors empty, or is verified to contain only empty cargo handling
equipment and/or Fly Away Kits.
R
(EMBRAER 170/175) C 3 1 One or two may be inoperative provided live animals are
not carried in the forward cargo compartment.

N (EMBRAER 190/195) C 4 2 (M) One or two may be inoperative provided live animals are
(For airplanes equipped not carried in the forward cargo compartment.
with Primus Epic Load
version earlier than 19.3)
N
(EMBRAER 190/195 ) C 4 2 One or two may be inoperative provided live animals are
(For airplanes equipped not carried in the forward cargo compartment.
with Primus Epic Load
version 19.3 and later)
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Number 4. Remarks or Exceptions
26 – FIRE PROTECTION

2) Aft Cargo Compartment C 2 0 (O) May be inoperative provided procedures are established and
Smoke Detectors used to ensure the associated compartment remains
empty, or is verified to contain only empty cargo handling
equipment, ballast (ballast may be loaded in ULDs), and/or
Fly Away Kits.
R (EMBRAER 170/175) C 2 1

N (EMBRAER 190/195) C 3 2 (M) One may be inoperative.


(For airplanes equipped
with Primus Epic Load
version earlier than 19.3)
N
(EMBRAER 190/195 ) C 3 2 One may be inoperative.
(For airplanes equipped
with Primus Epic Load
version 19.3 and later)
22-00 APU Fire Extinguishing C 1 0 Except for ER operations, may be inoperative provided
System APU is not used.
22-09 APU Fire Extinguisher C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided APU FIRE Warning EICAS
Button Illumination Message, Master Warning lights, APU Emergency Stop
Button Illumination and Aural Warning are verified to
operate normally.
C 1 0 Except for ER operations, may be inoperative provided
APU is not used.

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Number 4. Remarks or Exceptions
26 – FIRE PROTECTION
23-00 Cargo Compartment Fire
Extinguishing System
1) Forward Cargo C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided procedures are established and
Compartment Fire used to ensure the associated compartment remains
Extinguishing System empty, or is verified to contain only empty cargo handling
equipment, ballast, (ballast may be loaded in ULDs), and/or
Fly Away Kits.
2) Aft Cargo Compartment C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided procedures are established and
Fire Extinguishing System used to ensure the associated compartment remains
empty, or is verified to contain only empty cargo handling
equipment, ballast (ballast may be loaded in ULDs), and/or
Fly Away Kits.
23-13 Cargo Compartment Fire
Extinguishing Buttons
Illumination
1) Forward Cargo C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided procedures are
Compartment Fire established and used to ensure the associated
Extinguishing Button compartment remains empty, or is verified to contain
Illumination only empty cargo handling equipment, ballast (ballast
may be loaded in ULDs), and/or Fly Away Kits.
2) Aft Cargo / Baggage C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided procedures are
Compartment Fire established and used to ensure the associated
Extinguishing Button compartment remains empty, or is verified to contain
Illumination only empty cargo handling equipment, ballast (ballast
may be loaded in ULDs), and/or Fly Away Kits.
24-01 Portable Fire 5 5
Extinguishers
25-00 Lavatory Fire Extinguisher C 2 0 For each lavatory, the lavatory fire extinguisher system may
Systems be inoperative provided Lavatory Smoke Detector system
operates normally.
C 2 0 (M)(O) For each lavatory, the lavatory fire extinguisher system may
be inoperative provided:
a) Lavatory waste receptacle is empty,
b) Lavatory door is locked closed and placarded,
"INOPERATIVE -DO NOT ENTER", and
c) Lavatory is used only by crewmembers.

NOTE 1: These provisos are not intended to prohibit


lavatory use or inspections by crewmembers.
NOTE 2: A lavatory fire extinguisher system is not required
for all-cargo operations.

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Number 4. Remarks or Exceptions
27 – FLIGHT CONTROLS
11-12 ROLL CONTROL DISC
Advisory EICAS Message
(For non RVSM, VNAV, B 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided:
ILS CAT II and RNP-0.3 a) Both control wheels are verified to be connected before
procedures) each flight, and
b) Autopilot Channels are considered inoperative.
(For RVSM, VNAV, ILS 1 1 NO GO for ILS CAT II and RVSM Operations.
CAT II and RNP-0.3
procedures)
14-01 Roll Trim Position C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided Ailerons are verified centered
Indication on EICAS before each flight.
14-02 Roll TRIM Actuator C 1 0 (M) May be inoperative provided roll trim actuator is deactivated
at neutral position.

NOTE: Roll Trim position indication on EICAS will be


inoperative.
23-03 Rudder Pedal Adjustment C 2 0 May be inoperative provided Rudder Pedals position is
System acceptable to the affected flight crewmember.
C 2 0 (M) May be inoperative provided Rudder Pedals may be
adjusted to suit individual pilot requirements.
24-01 Yaw Trim Position B 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided Rudder is verified centered
Indication on EICAS before each flight.
31-06 PITCH CONTROL DISC
Advisory EICAS Message
(For non RVSM, VNAV, B 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided:
ILS CAT II and RNP-0.3 a) Both control columns are verified to be connected before
procedures) each flight, and
b) Autopilot Channels are considered inoperative.
(For RVSM, VNAV, ILS 1 1 NO GO for ILS CAT II and RVSM Operations.
CAT II and RNP-0.3
procedures)

R 33-05 Elevator Thrust B 1 0


Compensation(ETC)
Function (EMBRAER 170)
36-01 Stick Shakers B 2 1 (O) One may be inoperative provided Stall Warning System is
verified to operate normally before each flight.
41-01 Pitch Trim Position B 1 0 (M)(O) May be inoperative provided horizontal stabilizer position is
Indication on EICAS set by means of markings on tail cone before each flight.

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Number 4. Remarks or Exceptions
27 – FLIGHT CONTROLS
R 41-09 AUTO CONFIG TRIM B 1 0
Function
(EMBRAER 170)
43-02 Pitch Trim Switches
1) Pitch Trim Switches on C 2 1
Yoke
2) Backup Trim Switch on C 1 0 May be inoperative provided both pitch trim switches on
the Control Pedestal yokes are operating normally.
53-02 Slat/Flap Actuator Control B 4 3 (M)(O) Slat channel 01 or Flap channel 02 may be inoperative
Electronic (SF-ACE) provided:
Channels a) Affected channel is deactivated, and
b) There are no obstacles in the Net Takeoff Flight6 Path
above Level Off Height.

NOTE: Flaps or Slats will operate at half extension and


retraction rates.
4 4 To operations that involves the SBRJ Airport this item is
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Number 4. Remarks or Exceptions
28 – FUEL
00-00 Fuel System Synoptic C 2 0 (O) MFD indications not addressed elsewhere in the MEL may
Displays (MFD Fuel Page) be inoperative.

R 11-05 Drain Valves


(EMBRAER 170/175) C 4 3 (M) One may be inoperative provided there is no evidence of
leakage.
(EMBRAER 170/175) B 4 2 (M) One Inner Drain Valve and one Outer Drain Valve on the
opposite side may be inoperative provided there is no
evidence of leakage.
21-16 Crossfeed Override C 1 0 Except for ER operations, may be inoperative.
N
Function

21-33 FUEL AC 1(2) PUMP FAIL C 2 0 (M) May be inoperative provided associated pump is verified to
Advisory EICAS Messages operate normally before each flight.
C 2 0 (O) May be inoperative provided associated pump is verified to
operate normally before each flight.
22-01 DC Pump B 1 0 (M) May be inoperative provided:
a) DC Pump is deactivated,
b) DC Pump remains selected off, and
c) AC power is available.
22-07 APU Fuel Shutoff Valve C 1 0 (M) Except for ER operations, may be inoperative provided:
a) APU is not used, and
b) Valve is secured closed.
22-08 APU Fuel Feed Line C 1 0 (M) Except for ER operations, may be inoperative provided:
a) APU fuel feed line is drained,
b) APU fuel SOV is secured closed, and
c) APU is not used.
22-17 APU FUEL SOV CLSD B 1 0 (M) Except for ER operations, may be inoperative provided:
Status EICAS Message a) APU is used only on the ground, and
b) APU Fuel Shutoff Valve is verified closed after APU
shutdown.
B 1 0 Except for ER operations, may be inoperative provided
APU is not used.
22-19 APU FUEL SOV FAIL B 1 0 (M) Except for ER operations, may be inoperative provided:
Caution EICAS Message a) APU is used only on the ground, and
b) APU Fuel Shutoff Valve is verified closed after APU
shutdown.
B 1 0 Except for ER operations, may be inoperative provided
APU is not used.
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Number 4. Remarks or Exceptions
28 – FUEL
23-09 Fuel Quantity Indication on C 1 0 (M) May be inoperative provided airplane is refueled by
Refueling Panel pressure manual mode or by gravity.
23-13 Pressure Refueling / D 1 0 (M) May be inoperative or missing provided:
Defueling Adapter Cap a) Refueling receptacle is visually checked for
contamination before each refueling, and
b) No leakage can be detected after refueling is completed.
23-21 Defueling Shutoff Valve C 1 0 (M) May be inoperative provided shutoff valve is secured
closed.
23-27 RH/LH Tank Refueling C 2 0 (M) May be inoperative provided valve is confirmed closed prior
Shutoff Valve Closed to each refueling.
Indication Light on the
Refueling Panel
23-29 Defueling Shutoff Valve C 1 0 (M) May be inoperative provided shutoff valve is verified closed
Open Indication Light on and then after each subsequent defueling.
the Refueling Panel
23-31 DEFUEL VALVE OPEN C 1 0 (M) May be inoperative provided shutoff valve is secured closed
Advisory EICAS Message except for defueling.
41-00 Wing Quantity Indication A 4 2 (M)(O) Except for ER operations, indications for one wing tank may
on EICAS and MFD be inoperative provided:
a) Fuel quantity in associated tank is verified by an
alternate means,
b) Fuel flow and fuel used indications are available, and are
monitored throughout flight, and
c) Repairs are made within three flight days.
42-00 Magnetic Level Indicators C 6 0 May be inoperative provided Fuel Quantity Indication on
EICAS and MFD operates normally.
43-00 Fuel Temperature C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided Total Air Temperature (TAT) is
Indicating System used as an indication of fuel temperature and is limited to -
37 °C.
44-00 FUEL 1(2) LO LEVEL C 2 1 (O) One may be inoperative provided associated fuel quantity
Warning EICAS Message indications are available on EICAS display and MFD and
are monitored throughout the flight.
C 2 0 (O) Two may inoperative provided fuel quantity indications are
available on EICAS display and MFD on both sides and are
monitored throughout the flight.

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Number 4. Remarks or Exceptions
29 – HYDRAULIC POWER
00-00 Hydraulic System Synoptic C 2 0 (O) MFD indications not addressed elsewhere in the MEL may
Displays (MFD Hydraulic be inoperative.
Page)
11-01 Engine Driven Pumps
EDP)
1) Depressurization C 2 1 May be inoperative on one EDP provided:
Function a) Both Starter Control Valves (SCV) operate normally,
b) Both Engine Bleed Valves operate normally, and
c) Crossbleed valve operates normally.
C 2 1 May be inoperative on one EDP provided:
a) Both Starter Control Valves (SCV) operate normally,
b) APU Pneumatic Bleed System operates normally, and
c) Crossbleed valve operates normally.
11-02 Systems 1 and 2 Electrical
Pumps
1)Automatic Activation Deleted.
Function
11-03 Power Transfer Unit PTU
1) Automatic Activation A 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided:
Function a) PTU is selected on beforet akeoff and landing, and
b) Repairs are made within 3 flight days.
11-04 Systems 1 and 2 Filter A 6 4 One per system may be inoperative provided repairs are
Manifold Differential made within 3 flight days.
Pressure Indicators
11-06 Systems 1 and 2 Case A 2 0 May be inoperative provided repairs are made within 3 flight
Drain Differential Pressure days.
Indicators
11-10 Systems 1 and 2 B 2 0 (M) Bleed function may be inoperative provided:
Reservoirs Relief Bleed a) Affected valve is verified for no evidence of leakage, and
Valves b) Associated reservoir quantity is verified adequate once
each flight day.
11-21 System 1 and 2 Electrical C 8 6 One shock mount per pump may be damaged.
Pumps Shock Mounts
11-27 Engine Driven Pump Deleted, Rev.4.
Pressure Attenuators
11-28 Engine Driven Pump Deleted, Rev.4.
Suction Attenuators

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Number 4. Remarks or Exceptions
29 – HYDRAULIC POWER
11-29 Systems 1 and 2 Electrical Deleted, Rev.4.
Pumps Pressure
Attenuators
11-30 Systems 1 and 2 C 2 0 (M) May be inoperative provided affected accumulator pre-
Accumulators Pressure charge pressure is verified adequate once each flight day.
Indicators
12-01 System 3 Electrical Pumps C 2 1 Pump 3B may be inoperative provided it remains selected
off.
1)Automatic Activation Deleted.
Function
12-02 System 3 Filter Manifold A 2 1 One may inoperative provided repairs are made within 3
Differential Pressure flight days.
Indicators
12-04 System 3 Case Drain A 1 0 May inoperative provided repairs are made within 3 flight
Differential Pressure days.
Indicator
12-07 System 3 Reservoir Relief B 1 0 (M) Bleed Function may be inoperative provided:
Bleed Valve a) Affected valve is verified for no evidence of leakage, and
b) Associated reservoir quantity is verified adequate once
each flight day.
12-11 System 3 Electrical Pumps C 8 6 One shock mount per pump may be damaged.
Shock Mounts
12-17 System 3 Electrical Pumps C 1 0 (M) May be missing provided affected attenuator connection
Pressure Attenuator remains capped.
12-18 System 3 Accumulator C 1 0 (M) May be inoperative provided affected accumulator pre-
Pressure Indicator charge pressure is verified adequate once each flight day.
13-00 Systems 1, 2 and 3 C 9 0 (M) May be inoperative closed provided:
Ground Service a) Affected connection is verified for no evidence of
Connections leakage, and
b) Associated Reservoir quantity is verified adequate.
31-01 Systems 1, 2 and 3 C 3 0 May be inoperative provided:
Pressure Indications on a) HYD 1(2)(3) LO PRESS Caution message is not
MFD displayed on EICAS, and
b) FLT CTRL BIT EXPIRED Caution EICAS message is not
displayed on EICAS.

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Sequence Item 3. Number Required for Dispatch
Number 4. Remarks or Exceptions
29 – HYDRAULIC POWER

32-00 Systems 1 and 3 Quantity C 2 0 (M) May be inoperative provided quantity is verified adequate
Indication on MFD on associated Reservoir Quantity Indicator once each flight
day.
32-01 System 2 Quantity C 1 0 (O)(M) May be inoperative provided:
Indication on MFD a) Quantity is verified adequate on Reservoir 2 Quantity
Indicator once each flight day, and
b) Takeoff and landings are accomplished with AC Pump
2B turned on.
33-01 Systems 1, 2 and 3 C 3 0 (O) May be inoperative provided:
Temperature Indication on a) HYD TEMP SENS FAIL Advisory EICAS message is not
MFD displayed on EICAS, and
b) Alternate procedures are established and used.

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Sequence Item 3. Number Required for Dispatch
Number 4. Remarks or Exceptions
30 – ICE AND RAIN
PROTECTION
00-00 Anti-Ice System Synoptic C 2 0 (O) MFD indications not addressed elsewhere in the MEL may
Displays (MFD Anti-Ice be inoperative.
Page)
11-00 Wing Anti-Icing System C 1 0 May be inoperative provided airplane is not operated in
known or forecast icing conditions.
11-01 Wing Anti-Ice Valves C 2 0 (M) May be inoperative provided:
a) Affected valve is secured closed, and
b) Airplane is not operated in known or forecast icing
conditions.
11-11 A-I WING VALVE OPEN C 1 0 (M) May be inoperative provided:
Status EICAS Message a) Affected valve is secured closed, and
b) Airplane is not operated in known or forecast icing
conditions.
C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided Wing Anti-Ice Valves are
verified to operate normally before each flight.
11-13 A-I WING NO DISPATCH C 1 0 (M) May be inoperative provided:
Caution EICAS Message a) Affected valve is secured closed, and
b) Airplane is not operated in known or forecast icing
conditions.
C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided Wing Anti-Ice Valves are
verified to operate normally before each flight.
21-00 Engine Anti-Icing Systems C 2 1 Except for ER operations, may be inoperative provided
airplane is not operated in known or forecast icing
conditions.
21-01 Engine Anti-Ice Valves C 2 1 (M) Except for ER operations, one may be inoperative provided:
a) Affected valve is secured closed, and
b) Airplane is not operated in known or forecast icing
conditions.
C 2 0 (M)(O) May be inoperative provided:
a) Affected valve is secured open, and
b) AFM performance penalties are applied.
2 2 To operations that involves the SBRJ Airport this item is
considered NO-GO.

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Number 4. Remarks or Exceptions
30 – ICE AND RAIN
PROTECTION
21-09 A-IENG 1(2) VALVE C 2 1 (M)(O) Except for ER operations, one may be inoperative provided:
OPEN Status EICAS a) Associated valve is secured closed,
Message b) Airplane is not operated in known or forecast icing
conditions and
c) AFM performance penalties are applied.
C 2 0 (M)(O) May be inoperative provided:
a) Associated valve is secured open, and
b) AFM performance penalties are applied.
C 2 0 (O) May be inoperative provided
a) Associated Engine Anti-Ice Valve is verified to operate
normally before each flight, and
b) AFM performance penalties are applied.
A 2 2 To operations that involves the SBRJ Airport this item is
considered NO-GO.
31-00 Air Data Smart Probe B 8 4 One Heater controller per ADSP may be inoperative.
(ADSP) Heater Controllers
33-00 Total Air Temperature B 2 1 (O) May be inoperative provided:
(TAT) Heaters a) TAT indications are displayed normally, and
b) One Ice Detection System operates normally.
B 2 0 Except for ER operations, may be inoperative provided:
a) TAT indications are displayed normally, and
b) Airplane is not operated in visible moisture or in known
or forecast icing conditions.
41-00 Windshield Wiper Systems
(For non ILS CAT II C 2 0 May be inoperative provided:
procedures) a) Airplane is not operated in precipitation within 5 nautical
miles of the airport of takeoff or intended landing, and
b) Operations do not require their use.
1) Low Speed Mode C 2 0 May be inoperative provided associated High Speed Mode
operates normally.
2) High Speed Mode C 2 0 May be inoperative provided associated Low Speed Mode
operates normally.
3) Timer Mode C 2 0
4) Parking Mode C 2 0 (M) May be inoperative provided blades can be positioned
providing an acceptable field of vision to flight crew.
(For ILS CAT II 2 2 NO GO for ILS CAT II Operations.
procedures)
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Number 4. Remarks or Exceptions
30 – ICE AND RAIN
PROTECTION
42-00 Windshield Heating B 2 1 Except for ER operations, one may be inoperative provided
Systems airplane is not operated in known or forecast icing
conditions.
71-02 Drain Mast Heaters C 2 0 (M)(O) May be inoperative provided:
a) Water supply to the associated galley and lavatory is
secured off, and
b) Procedures are established and used to ensure that the
associated galley sink drain is not used.

NOTE: Potable water inflight drainage system will be


inhibited.
81-00 Ice Detector Systems C 2 0 (O) May be inoperative provided Engine and Wing Anti-Icing
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Number 4. Remarks or Exceptions
31 – INDICATING /
RECORDING SYSTEMS
00-00 Status Synoptic Displays C 2 0 (O) MFD indications not addressed elsewhere in the MEL may
(MFD Status Page) be inoperative.
16-01 REMOTE CB TRIP B 1 0 (M) May be inoperative provided:
Advisory EICAS Message a) Associated Circuit Breaker monitor is verified to be
inoperative,
b) System associated with the thermal Circuit Breaker is
verified to operate normally or deferred according to the
applicable MEL entry, and
c) A visual inspection of the affected CB is performed once
each flight day.
21-00 Clock System
1) Time Function on Digital C 1 0 May be inoperative provided at least one Time Function on
Clock MFD Status Page operates normally.
2) Time Function on MFD C 2 1
Status Page
A 2 0 May be inoperative provided:
a) Time Function on Digital Clock operates normally,
b) At least one Cockpit Voice Recorder (CVR) operates
normally, and
c) Repairs are made within 3 flight days.
22-00 Chronometer System
1) Chronometer Function C 1 0 May be inoperative provided at least one Chronometer
on Digital Clock Function on PFD operates normally.
2) Elapsed Time Function C 1 0
on Digital Clock
3) Chronometer Function C 2 1
on PFD
C 2 0 May be inoperative provided Chronometer Function on
Digital Clock operates normally.
31-00 Digital Voice-Data
Recorder (DVDR) System
1) Cockpit Voice Recorder C 2 1
(CVR) Functions
A 2 0 May be inoperative provided:
a) At least one Flight Data Recorder (FDR) Function
operates normally, and
b) Repairs are made within three flight days.
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R 31-00 Digital Voice-Data
Recorder (DVDR) System
(Continued)
2) Flight Data Recorder C 2 1
(FDR) Functions
A 2 0 May be inoperative provided:
a) At lease one Cockpit Voice Recorder (CVR) Function
operates normally,
b) Airplane is not dispatched from a designated airport
listed as Class 1 in TRIP’s Operative Specifications unless:
1- The FDR failure occurs after pushback but prior to
takeoff, or
2- The FDR repair was attempted but was not
successful.
c) In those cases where repair is attempted but not
successful, the aircraft may be dispatched on a flight or
series of flights until the next Class 1 designated airport
where repair must be accomplished prior to dispatch, and
d) Repairs are made within three flight days.
a) DFDR Recording 1 1 NO GO
Parameters Required by
RBAC 121.344
b) DFDR Recording A 1 0 May be inoperative provided repairs are made prior to the
Parameters Not Required completion of the next heavy maintenance visit.
by RBAC
32-00 Quick Access Recorder D 1 0
(QAR)
41-03 Aircraft Personality Module C 4 2
(APM)
41-08 Modular Avionics Unit
(MAU) Fans
1) MAU1 Fans C 4 3
2) MAU 2 Fans C 3 2
3) MAU 3 Fans C 3 2
41-30 Configuration Monitor C 2 1
System (CMS)

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31 – INDICATING /
RECORDING SYSTEMS
51-00 Aural Warning System
1) Channels C 2 1
51-01 Takeoff configuration T/O C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided Takeoff Configuration Warning
CONFIG) Button is verified to be operative before each flight.
52-01 Master Warning / Caution
Pushbuttons /
Annunciators
1) Warning Lights C 2 1
2) Warning Alarm Cancel C 2 1
Function
3) Caution Lights C 2 1
4) Caution Alarm Cancel C 2 1
Function
60-00 Electronic Checklist (ECL) C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided alternate procedures are
established and used.
D 1 0 May be inoperative provided procedures do not require its
use.
61-01 Display Units (DU) A 5 4 (O) RH MFD or RH PFD or LH PFD may be inoperative
provided:
a) All CCD buttons, knobs and touch pad operate normally
on the associated side,
b) Reversionary Buttons are verified to operate normally,
c) IESS operates normally, and
d) Repairs are made within 3 flight days.
61-10 Display Controller Panels
1) Horizontal Situation C 2 0
Indicator( HSI) Mode
Selector Buttons
D 2 1
2) Weather Radar (WX) D 2 0
Buttons
3) FMS Source Selector
Buttons
(For non VNAV, RNP-0.3, C 2 0 May be inoperative provided procedures do not require
RNP-1, RNP-2, RNP-10, their use.
P-RNAV and B-RNAV
procedures)
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61-10 Display Controller Panels
3) FMS Source Selector
Buttons
(Continued)
(For VNAV, RNP-0.3, C 2 1
RNP-1, RNP-2, RNP-10,
P-RNAV and B-RNAV
procedures)
4) RA/BARO Selector
Knobs
(For non ILS CAT II C 2 0 May be inoperative provided the setting required for the
procedures) intended approach is available.
(For ILS CAT II 2 2 2 knobs set to RA required.
procedures)
5) Decision Height /
Minimum Descent Altitude
(MINIMUMS) Selector
Knobs
(For non ILS CAT II C 2 0 May be inoperative provided approach minimums do not
procedures) require their use.
(For ILS CAT II 2 2 NO GO for ILS CAT II Operations.
procedures)
6) VOR / Localizer (V/L)
Source Selector Buttons
(For non ILS CAT II C 2 0 May be inoperative provided procedures do not require
procedures) their use.
(For ILS CAT II C 2 1 1 required only if PREV button is inoperative on the same
procedures) side.
7) Preview (PREV) D 2 0
Buttons
8) Flight Path Reference C 2 0
(FPR) Buttons
9) ADF / VOR / FMS C 4 2 One for VOR and one for ADF are required. Others may be
Bearings (Circle/Diamond) inoperative provided procedures do not required their use
Selector Buttons
10) Standard Barometric D 2 0
Pressure( PUSH STD)
Buttons
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61-10 Display Controller Panels
(Continued)
11) IN/hPa Selector Knobs C 2 0 May be inoperative provided required units for the intended
flights are available.
62-01 Cursor Control Device
(CCD)
1) Format Location B 6 5 One MFD or PFD button may be inoperative provided all
Buttons remaining CCD buttons, knobs and touch pads operate
normally on both sides.
2) Enter Buttons B 4 3 One may be inoperative provided all remaining CCD
buttons, knobs and touch pads operate normally on both
sides.
3) Inner Tuning Knobs B 2 1 One may be inoperative provided all remaining CCD
buttons, knobs and touch pads operate normally on both
sides.
4) Touch Pads B 2 1 One may be inoperative provided all remaining CCD
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Number 4. Remarks or Exceptions
32 – LANDING GEAR
33-01 Landing Gear Control Deleted, Rev 4.
Lever Lock Solenoid
41-02 AutoBrake System C 1 0 (M)(O) May be inoperative provided:
a) Autobrake Control Knob is selected OFF and
deactivated,
b) Brake Temperature Sensors and indications operate
normally, and
c) Alternate procedures are established and used.
D 1 0 (M) May be inoperative provided:
a) Autobrake Control Module is removed, and
b) Procedures do not require its use.
44-17 Emergency / Parking C 2 0 (M) May be inoperative provided associated accumulator
Brake Accumulators charge is verified adequate once each flight day.
Pressure Transducers
44-30 Emergency / Parking C 4 0 (M) May be inoperative provided associated accumulator
Brake Accumulators charge is verified adequate once each flight day.
Pressure Indication on
MFD
47-01 Brake Temperature C 4 3 (O) One may be inoperative provided:
Sensors a) Landing Gear remains selected down for seven minutes
after takeoff, and
b) AFM Performance penalties are applied.
C 4 0 (O) May be inoperative provided:
a) Landing Gear remains selected down for seven minutes
after takeoff,
b) Brake cooling time according to AFM Quick Turn Around
Weight limitations is complied with, and
c) AFM Performance penalties are applied.
4 4 To operations that involves the SBRJ Airport this item is
considered NO-GO.
47-15 Brake Temperature C 4 3 (O) One may be inoperative provided:
Indication on MFD a) Landing Gear remains selected down for seven minutes
after takeoff,
b) AFM Performance penalties are applied.
C 4 0 (O) May be inoperative provided:
a) Landing Gear remains selected down for seven minutes
after takeoff,
b) Brake cooling time according to AFM Quick Turn Around
Weight limitations is complied with, and
c) AFM Performance penalties are applied.
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32 – LANDING GEAR
47-15 Brake Temperature
Indication on MFD
(Continued)
4 4 To operations that involves the SBRJ Airport this item is
considered NO-GO.
49-11 Brake Assembly Wear C 8 4 One per brake assembly may be inoperative or missing.
Indicators
49-13 Nose Wheel Spinbrakes C 2 0 May be missing or removed.
53-03 Rudder Pedals Nose C 2 0 May be inoperative provided Handwheel Nose Wheel
Wheel Steering System Steering System operates normally.
53-07 Nose Wheel Steering
Disengage Switches
1) Steering Disengage C 2 1 (O) Pilot Flying side Steering Disengage Button may be
Buttons on Yoke inoperative.
2) External Steering C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided:
Disengage Switch a) Steering Disengage Button is pressed before towing the
airplane, and
b) Parking brake and steering status are verified before
towing the airplane.
61-11 Towing Indication Lights C 2 0 (O) May be inoperative provided parking brake and steering
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33 – LIGHTS
10-00 Cockpit / Flight Deck / C 9 4 Individual lights may be inoperative provided remaining
Flight Compartment and lights are:
Instrument Lighting a) Sufficient to clearly illuminate all required instruments,
Systems controls, and other devices for which they are provided,
b) Positioned so that direct rays are shielded from flight
crewmembers' eyes,
c) Lighting configuration and intensity is acceptable to the
flight crew, and
d) Sufficient Flight Deck emergency lighting operates
normally.
21-00 Cabin Interior Illumination C 23 21 Individual lights including up to 10 per cent of the ceiling
System light lamps may be inoperative provided:
a) Sufficient lighting remains for flight attendants to perform
their assigned duties,
b) No more than 2 adjacent ceiling light lamps in the
longitudinal or lateral direction are inoperative,
c) Remaining operational ceiling, forward entry area,
forward galley area and aft entry area lighting must be
functional in BRIGHT setting, and
d) Cabin emergency lighting is operative.
C 23 21 (O) Individual lights including up to 10 per cent of the ceiling
light lamps may be inoperative provided:
a) Sufficient lighting remains for flight attendants to perform
their assigned duties,
b) No more than 2 adjacent ceiling light lamps in the
longitudinal or lateral direction are inoperative,
c) Remaining operational ceiling area lighting must be
functional in BRIGHT setting,
d) Photoluminescent Escape Path Route Marking System is
charged 30 minutes prior to the first flight of each day, and
e) Cabin emergency lighting is operative.
23-00 Passenger Signs C 46 0 (M)(O) No passenger seat, flight attendant seat or lavatory may be
occupied from which a "No Smoking/Fasten Seat
Belt/Return to Seat" sign is not readily legible and that seat
or lavatory must be blocked and placarded "DO NOT
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33 – LIGHTS
23-00 Passenger Signs
(Continued)
C 46 0 (O) "No Smoking/Fasten Seat Belt/Return to Seat" signs may
be inoperative and the affected passenger seat(s), flight
attendant seat(s) or lavatory(ies) may be occupied
provided:
a) The passenger address system operates normally and
can be clearly heard throughout the cabin during flight, and
b) The passenger address system is used to notify the flight
attendant and passengers when seat belts should be
fastened and when smoking is prohibited.
23-09 Cockpit Sterile Light C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided alternate procedures are
established and used.
26-00 Courtesy Lights System C 1 0 May be inoperative provided sufficient light is available at
passenger entry area.
31-00 Forward and Aft Cargo / C 9 0
Baggage Compartment
Lights
32-00 Service Compartment C 6 0
Lights
41-00 Landing Lights C 3 2
C 3 0 May be inoperative for day operations.
42-00 Taxi Lights C 3 0
43-00 Navigation Lights C 8 4 (M) Any light may be inoperative provided the following
minimum configuration is complied with:
a) One green light at the right forward wing tip position,
b) One red light at the left forward wing tip position, and
c) One white light at each aft wing tip position.
C 8 0 May be inoperative for day operations.
44-00 Wing Inspection Lights C 2 0 (O) May be inoperative provided ground deicing procedures do
not require their use.
45-00 Red Beacon Lights C 2 0 May be inoperative provided strobe lights operate normally.
C 2 0 May be inoperative for day operations.
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33 – LIGHTS
47-00 Strobe Lights C 4 0 (M) May be inoperative provided red beacon lights operate
normally.

C 4 0 May be inoperative for day operations.

R 50-21 Photoluminescent Escape C 48 44 Up to 10 per cent of any 48 inch Photoluminescent Escape


Route Marking System Route Marking section may be damaged or missing.

50-25 External Emergency


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Lights
(EMBRAER190/195) B 6 0 May be inoperative for day operation.

(EMBRAER190/195) A 6 3 Up to three may be inoperative on one side only


provided:
a) Associated Overwing Escape Hatch is considered
inoperative, and
b) Repairs are made within one flight day.

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34 – NAVIGATION
11-00 Integrated Electronic
Standby System (IESS)
1) Standby Attitude B 1 0 May be inoperative provided:
Indication a) All display units are operative,
b) Operations are conducted in Day VMC only, and
c) Operations are not conducted into known or forecast
over-the-top conditions.
2) STD Baro Button C 1 0 May be inoperative provided BARO knob on the IESS
operates normally.
3) Brightness Buttons C 2 0 May be inoperative provided brightness level is acceptable
to the crew.
4) CAGE Button B 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided IESS is reinitialized before
each flight.
B 1 0 May be inoperative provided IESS attitude indication is
considered inoperative.
5) VMO/MMO Barber Pole C 1 0 May be inoperative provided VMO Flag is displayed.
15-03 Total Air Temperature B 2 1 (O) May be inoperative provided auto pilot and autothrottle are
(TAT) Sensors not coupled to the affected Air Data System.
15-05 Total Air Temperature Deleted, Rev. 4.
(TAT) Indications
15-07 Static Air Temperature C 6 0
(SAT) Indications
15-09 True Airspeed(TAS) C 4 0
Indications
23-00 Standby Magnetic B 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided any combination of three IRS
Compass System stabilized Compass Systems are installed and operate
normally.
B 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided:
a) Any combination of two IRS stabilized Compass
Systems operate normally, and
b) Airplane is operated with Dual Independent Navigation
Capability and under Positive Radar Control by ATC on the
enroute portion of the flight.

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34 – NAVIGATION
31-00 Radio Altimeter System
(For non ILS CAT II C 2 1 (M) May be inoperative provided:
procedures) a) System is deactivated, and
b) Approach minimums or operating procedures do not
require its use.
A 2 0 (M) May be inoperative provided:
a) System is deactivated,
b) Approach minimums or operating procedures do not
require its use (RVSM),
c) Ground Proximity Warning System (GPWS) Modes 1-4,
Mode 5, Advisory Callouts and Windshear Mode are
considered inoperative,
d) Traffic Alert and Collision Avoidance System (TCAS) is
considered inoperative, and
e) Repairs are made within two flight days.
(For ILS CAT II 2 2 NO GO
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procedures)
32-00 Very High Frequency
Navigation Systems (VHF
NAV)
1) VOR/ILS Systems
(For non ILS CAT II C 2 1 One may be inoperative provided one ADF is operative.
procedures)
(For ILS CAT II 2 2 NO GO for ILS CAT II Operations.
procedures)
2) Marker Beacon
Systems
(For IFR non ILS CAT II C 2 1 One may be inoperative.
procedures)

R (For ILS CAT II 2 2 NO GO


procedures)
41-00 Ground Proximity Warning
System (GPWS)
(For non ILS CAT II A 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided:
procedures) a) Alternate procedures are established and used, and
b) Repairs are made within two flight days.
(For ILS CAT II 1 1 NO GO for ILS CAT II Operations.
procedures)
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34 – NAVIGATION
41-00 Ground Proximity Warning
System (GPWS)
(Continued)
1) Modes 1-4 A 4 0 (O) May be inoperative provided:
a) Alternate procedures are established and used, and
b) Repairs are made within two flight days.

2) Test Mode A 1 0 May be inoperative provided:


a) GPWS is considered inoperative, and
b) Repairs are made within two flight days.
3) Glideslope Deviation B 2 0
Mode(s) (Mode 5)
4) Advisory Callouts C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided alternate procedures are
established and used.
5) Windshear Warning and C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided alternate procedures are
Flight Guidance System established and used.
(Windshear Mode)
NOTE: Operator's alternate procedures should include
reviewing windshear avoidance and windshear
recovery procedures.
6) Enhanced Ground C 1 0
Proximity Warning System
(EGPWS)
41-05 Steep Approach Mode D 1 0 May be inoperative provided operations do not require its
(PP-PJD) use.
42-00 Weather Radar System C 1 0 May be inoperative provided the airplane is not dispatched
to a VFR night flight or IFR flight in known or forecast
thunder storm or other meteorological phenomenon with a
potential of danger, capable of being detected by a weather
radar.
1) Stabilization Function B 1 0 (M) May be inoperative provided:
a) Antenna sweep is parallel to aircraft horizontal plane,
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b) Antenna tilt operates manually.

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34 – NAVIGATION
43-00 Traffic Alert and Collision
Avoidance System
II(TCAS II)
(For non RVSM B 1 0 (M) May be inoperative provided:
procedures) a) System is deactivated and secured, and
b) Enroute or approach procedures do not require its use.
(For RVSM procedures) 1 1 Unless otherwise authorized.
1) Resolution Advisory C 2 1 May be inoperative on non-flying pilot side.
(RA) Display System(s)
C 2 0 May be inoperative provided:
a) Traffic Alert (TA) visual display and audio functions are
operative,
b) TA only mode is selected by the crew, and
c) Enroute or approach procedures do not require its use.
2) Traffic Alert Display C 2 0 (O) May be inoperative provided:
System(s) a) RA visual display and audio functions are operative, and
b) Enroute or approach procedures do not require its use.
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44-00 Lightning Sensor System D 1 0
51-00 Distance Measuring D 2 1 One may be inoperative.
Equipment (DME)
Systems
52-00 ATC Transponders and C 2 0 May be inoperative provided:
Automatic Altitude a) Enroute operations do not require its use, and
Reporting Systems b) Prior to flight, approval is obtained from ATC facilities
having jurisdiction over the planned route of flight.
(For RVSM procedures) C 2 1
53-00 Automatic Direction Finder D 2 0 Both may be inoperative provided:
(ADF) System a) Enroute operations do not require its use, and
b) Both VOR and one DME operate normally.

D 2 1 One may be inoperative provided:


a)One VOR and one DME operate normally.
56-00 Global Positioning System C 2 0 Both may be inoperative provided procedures do not
require its use.
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34 – NAVIGATION
61-00 Flight Management C 2 0 (O) May be inoperative provided procedures do not require its
System use.
(FMS)
D 2 1

1) Navigation Databases C 2 0 (O) May be out of currency provided:


a) Current Aeronautical Charts are used to verify
Navigation Fixes prior to dispatch,
b) Procedures are established and used to verify status and
suitability of Navigation Facilities used to define route of
flight, and
c) Approach Navigation Radios are manually tuned and
identified.
61-02 Multifunction Control B 2 1 (O) MCDU 1 may be inoperative provided:
Display Unit (MCDU) a) VHF COMM 1 and 2 operate normally,
b) VHF NAV 1 and 2 operate normally,
c) All CCD buttons, knobs and touch pad operate normally
on both sides,
d) All display units operate normally, and
e) Approach minimums or operating procedures do not
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35 – OXYGEN
10-08 Crew Oxygen Cylinder Fill C 1 0 (M) May be inoperative provided:
Valve a) There is no evidence of leakage, and
b) Crew Oxygen Cylinder is removed for refilling or is
replaced by a full one, if necessary.
11-01 Crew Oxygen Pressure
Indication
1) Crew Oxygen Indication C 1 0 (M)(O) May be inoperative provided:
on MFD a) Crew oxygen pressure is checked before each flight,
b)Crew Oxygen masks are tested to operate normally
before each flight,
c)Both Air Management System (AMS) channels operate
normally,
d)Both Cabin Pressure Control System (CPCS) controller
channels operate normally,
e) Both Air Conditioning Packs operate normally,
f) Pressurization system operates normally,
g) Flight is not conducted over an area where the Minimum
Enroute Altitude is above 10000 feet MSL, and
h) Flight is conducted at or below FL 250.
2) Crew Oxygen Pressure C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided Crew Oxygen Pressure
Indication on Pressure Indication on MFD is checked before each flight.
Gauge Outside Airplane
11-03 Oxygen Cylinder Pressure C 1 0
Relief Disc (Green Disc)
11-04 Oxygen Cylinder Bay C 1 0
Temperature Sensor
20-00 Passenger Oxygen B 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided:
System a) Flight is not conducted over an area where the Minimum
Enroute Altitude is above 14000 feet MSL,
b) Both air conditioning packs operate normally,
c) Pressurization system operates normally,
d) Flight is conducted at or below FL 250,
e) Portable Oxygen units are provided for all crew members
and for 10 percent of the passengers for half an hour
(supplemental oxygen), and
f) Passengers are appropriately briefed.
B 1 0 May be inoperative provided flight is conducted at or below
10,000 feet MSL.
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35 – OXYGEN
20-00 Passenger Oxygen
System
(Continued)
1) Automatic Deployment C 1 0 (M)(O) May be inoperative provided:
System a) Manual deployment (OVRD) system operates normally,
and
b) Flight is conducted at or below FL 300.
2) Passenger Oxygen C 39 0 (M) May be inoperative with no flight altitude restriction
Dispensing Unit provided:
a) Affected seats are placarded and blocked to prevent
occupancy, and
b) Units operate normally at all usable lavatory and flight
attendant locations.
20-02 Passenger Oxygen C 39 0 (M)(O) Automatic opening feature of the door latch(es) may be
Dispensing Unit Door inoperative unlatched and kept closed by an alternative
Electrical Latches means provided:
a) Associated Passenger Oxygen Dispensing Unit operates
normally,
b) Flight is conducted at or below FL 300, and
c) Passenger(s) occupying the associated seat(s) is (are)
briefed on oxygen mask procedure.
20-03 Passenger Oxygen Box C 2 0 (O) May be missing provided an alternative tool is available.
Deploy Tool
20-09 Lavatory Oxygen System C 2 0 (O) May be inoperative provided lavatory door is locked and
placarded "INOPERATIVE - DO NOT ENTER".
C 2 0 (O) May be inoperative provided flight is conducted at or below
FL 250.
NOTE: These provisos are not intended to prohibit lavatory
inspections by a crewmember.
21-04 Passenger Oxygen Masks C 1 0
Deployed ON Indication
Light
30-01 Portable Oxygen Cylinder 2 2 NO GO
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35 – OXYGEN
30-03 Protective Breathing 4 4 NO GO
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36 – PNEUMATIC
00-00 Engine Bleed Systems C 2 1 (O) Except for ER operations, one may be inoperative provided:
a) Associated engine bleed remains selected off,
b) Cross Bleed Valve operates normally,
c) Opposite Fan Air Valve operates normally, and
d) Flight is conducted at or below FL 310.
C 2 1 (O) Except for ER operations, one may be inoperative provided:
a) Associated engine bleed remains selected off,
b) Airplane is not operated in known or forecast icing
conditions, and
c) Flight is conducted at or below FL 310.
C 2 0 (O) Except for ER operations, may be inoperative provided:
a) Both engine bleeds remain selected off,
b) APU bleed is operating normally and supplying bleed air,
c) Flight is conducted at or below FL 150, and
d) Airplane is not operated in known or forecast icing
conditions.
C 2 0 (O) Except for ER operations, may be inoperative provided:
a) Both engine bleeds remain selected off,
b) Flight is conducted in an unpressurized configuration,
and
c) Airplane is not operated in known or forecast icing
conditions.
00-01 Bleed Air Manifold C 2 0 (O) May be inoperative provided alternate procedures are
Pressure Indications on established and used.
MFD
10-01 Cross Bleed Valve C 1 0 (M)(O) Except for ER operations, maybe inoperative provided
Valve remains closed except for engine starting.
NOTE: See AFM for Windmilling Engine Airstart (Engine
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11-01 High Stage Bleed Valves C 2 1 (M)(O) Except for ER operations, one may be inoperative provided:
a) Affected High Stage Bleed Valve is secured closed,
b) Associated engine bleed remains selected off,
c) Cross Bleed Valve operates normally,
d) Opposite Fan Air Valve operates normally, and
e) Flight is conducted at or below FL 310.
C 2 1 (M)(O) Except for ER operations, one may be inoperative provided:
a) Affected High Stage Bleed Valve is secured closed,
b) Associated engine bleed remains selected off,
c) Airplane is not operated in known or forecast icing
conditions, and
d) Flight is conducted at or below FL 310.
C 2 0 (M)(O) Except for ER operations, may be inoperative provided:
a) Both High Stage Bleed Valves are secured closed,
b) Both engine bleeds remain selected off,
c) APU bleed is operating normally and supplying bleed air,
d) Flight is conducted at or below FL 150, and
e) Airplane is not operated in known or forecast icing
conditions.
C 2 0 (M)(O) Except for ER operations, maybe inoperative provided:
a) Both High Stage Bleed Valves are secured closed,
b) Both engine bleeds remain selected off,
c) Flight is conducted in an unpressurized configuration,
and
d) Airplane is not operated in known or forecast icing
conditions.
11-03 Engine Bleed Valves C 2 1 (M)(O) Except for ER operations, one may be inoperative provided:
a) Affected Engine Bleed Valve is secured closed,
b) Associated engine bleed remains selected off,
c) Cross Bleed Valve operates normally,
d) Opposite Fan Air Valve operates normally, and
e) Flight is conducted at or below FL 310.
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36 – PNEUMATIC
11-03 Engine Bleed Valves
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C 2 1 (M)(O) Except for ER operations, one may be inoperative provided:
a) Affected Engine Bleed Valve is secured closed,
b) Associated engine bleed remains selected off,
c) Airplane is not operated in known or forecast icing
conditions, and
d) Flight is conducted at or below FL 310.
C 2 0 (M)(O) Except for ER operations, may be inoperative provided:
a) Both Engine Bleed Valves are secured closed,
b) Both engine bleeds remain selected off,
c) APU bleed is operating normally and supplying bleed air,
d) Flight is conducted at or below FL 150, and
e) Airplane is not operated in known or forecast icing
conditions.
C 2 0 (M)(O) Except for ER operations, maybe inoperative provided:
a) Both Engine Bleed Valves are secured closed,
b) Both engine bleeds remain selected off,
c) Flight is conducted in an unpressurized configuration,
and
d) Airplane is not operated in known or forecast icing
conditions.
11-09 Fan Air Valves C 2 1 Except for ER operations, one may be inoperative provided
associated engine bleed system is considered inoperative.
C 2 0 Except for ER operations, both may be inoperative provided
both engine bleed systems are considered inoperative.

R 11-12 Fan Air Inlet Doors


EMBRAER 170/175
(Pre-Mod. SB 170-36-
0008)
(PP-PJD / PP-PJG /
PP-PJH / PP-PJI)
C 2 0 (M)(O) May be inoperative provided:
a) Affected door is secured open, and
b) AFM performance penalties are applied.
2 2 To operations that involves the SBRJ Airport this item is
considered NO-GO.
12-00 APU Pneumatic Bleed C 1 0 Except for ER operations, may be inoperative provided
System APU Bleed remains selected off.

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36 – PNEUMATIC
12-01 APU Bleed Shutoff Valve C 1 0 (M) Except for ER operations, may be inoperative provided:
a) Valve is secured closed, and
b) APU Bleed remains selected off.
12-02 APU Bleed Check Valve C 1 0 Except for ER operations, may be inoperative provided
APU Bleed remains selected off.
13-01 High Pressure Ground B 1 0 (M)(O) Except for ER operations, maybe inoperative open
Connection Check Valve provided:
a) Engine Bleed Valve 2 is secured closed,
b) Engine bleed 2 remains selected off,
c) Air Conditioning Pack 2 remains selected off,
d) Cross Bleed Valve is secured closed,
e) Cross Bleed Valve remains selected off,
f) Airplane is not operated in known or forecast icing
conditions, and
g) Flight is conducted at or below FL 310.
NOTE: See AFM for Engine Airstart- Windmilling (Engine
Airstart Envelope).
C 1 0 May be inoperative closed provided APU Bleed operates
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38 – WATER/WASTE
00-02 Water and Waste System C 1 0 (M) May be inoperative provided alternate procedures are
Indications on Flight established and used.
Attendant Panel
10-00 Potable Water Systems C 1 0 (M) Individual components may be inoperative provided:
a) Associated components are deactivated or isolated, and
b) Associated components are verified not to have leaks.
NOTE: Any portion of the system which operates normally
may be used.
C 1 0 (M) May be inoperative provided:
a) System is drained, and
b) Procedures are established to ensure that system is not
serviced.
32-00 Vacuum Waste Systems C 1 0 (M) Individual components may be inoperative provided:
(Including Wheelchair a) Associated components are deactivated or isolated, and
Accessible Lavatories) b) Associated components are verified not to have leaks.
NOTE: Any portion of the system which operates normally
may be used.
C 1 0 (M) Associated lavatory system(s) may be inoperative provided:
a) Associated components are deactivated or isolated to
prevent leaks,
b) The Pilot-in-Command will determine if flight duration is
acceptable with a FWD lavatory unusable, and
c) Associated lavatory door(s) is secured closed and
placarded, "INOPERATIVE- DO NOT ENTER".
NOTE: These provisions are not intended to prohibit
inspections by crewmembers.
32-09 Vacuum Generator A 1 0 May be inoperative powered on (running) continuously
provided repairs are made within one flight day.
C 1 0 (M) May be inoperative provided:
a) Vacuum generator is deactivated,
b) The Pilot-in-Command will determine if flight duration is
acceptable with a FWD lavatory unusable, and
c) Lavatory door(s) is secured closed and placarded,
"INOPERATIVE - DO NOT ENTER".

NOTE: These provisions are not intended to prohibit


inspections by crewmembers.
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38 – WATER/WASTE
32-09 Vacuum Generator
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C 1 0 (M)(O) May be inoperative provided:
a) Vacuum generator is deactivated, and
b) Procedures are established and used to only allow use
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44 – CABIN SYSTEMS
11-00 Passenger Address B 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided:
a) Alternate, normal and emergency procedures and/or
operating restrictions are established and used, and
b) Flight attendant alerting system (chime/light) operates
normally.

NOTE: Any station function(s) that operate normally may


be used.
12-01 Passenger Cabin C 44 22 May be inoperative provided any seat from which a
Speakers passenger cannot clearly hear a passenger address
announcement is blocked and placarded "DO NOT
OCCUPY".

C 44 0 (O) May be inoperative provided Passenger Address is


considered inoperative (REFER to item 44-11-00).

12-02 Lavatory Speakers C 2 0 (O) May be inoperative provided alternate procedures are
established and used.
13-00 Cabin Service Interphone
System
1) Cabin to Cabin Function B 2 0 (O) May be inoperative provided alternate communication
procedures between the affected flight attendant stations
are established and used.

NOTE: Any station function(s) that operate normally may


be used.
B 2 1 (O) May be inoperative provided:
a) Cabin to cabin interphone functions operate normally on
at least fifty percent of the cabin handsets, and
b) Alternate communication procedures between the
affected flight attendant stations are established and used.

NOTE: Any station function(s) that operate normally may


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44 – CABIN SYSTEMS
13-07 Flight Attendant Alerting (O) May be inoperative provided:
System (Chime/Light) a) PA system operates normally, and
1) Flight Attendant B 2 0 b) Alternate procedures for contacting flight attendants are
Call Light established and used.
NOTE 1: Passenger to Attendant Call System is considered
a passenger convenience item.
NOTE 2: Any visual alerting system function(s) that
operates normally may be used.
2) Flight Attendant B 0 May be inoperative provided:
Chime a) PA system operates normally, and
b) Alternate procedures for contacting flight attendants are
established and used.
NOTE 1: Passenger to Attendant Call System is considered
a passenger convenience item.
NOTE 2: Any visual alerting system function(s) that
operates normally may be used.
N 20-01 In-Flight Entertainment D 2 0 (M) May be inoperative provided alternate procedures are
System (IFE) Maintenance established and used.
Panels NOTE: Any portion of the system that operates normally
may be used.

N 20-03 In-Flight Entertainment D 1 0 (M) May be inoperative provided alternate procedures are
System (IFE) Reset Switch established and used.
on IFE Flight Attendant
Control Panel
N
51-00 Cabin Surveillance System D 1 0 (M) May be inoperative provided:
(CSS) a) System is deactivated, and
b) CSS is not required by local regulations.

1) Video Unit D 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided it is not required by local


regulations.

2) Video Cameras D 3 0 May be inoperative provided it is not required by local


regulations.
NOTE: Any portion of the system that operates normally
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45 – CENTRAL
MAINTENANCE COMPUTER
45-01 Central Maintenance C 1 0 May be inoperative provided procedures do not require its
Computer (CMC) use.
45-03 Data-Loader Management C 1 0 (M) May be inoperative provided alternate procedures are
Unit (DMU) established and used.
D 1 0 May be inoperative provided procedures do not require its
use.
45-04 Database (DB) Module C 1 0 (M) May be inoperative provided alternate procedures are
established and used.
D 1 0 May be inoperative provided procedures do not require its
use.
45-05 Local Area Network (LAN) C 1 0 May be inoperative provided procedures do not require its
use.
NOTE: Loading, installing, or restoring a software
application or database will not be available to the
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46 – INFORMATION
SYSTEMS
N
20-00 Electronic Flight Bag C 2 1 (O) May be inoperative provided alternate procedures are
established and used.

D 2 0 May be inoperative provided procedures do not require its


use.
1) Mounting Device C 2 0 (M)(O) May be inoperative provided :
a) Associated EFB and hardware is secured by an
alternate means or removed from the aircraft, and
b) Alternate procedures are established and used.
D 2 0 (M) May be inoperative provided :
a) Associated EFB and hardware is secured by an
alternate means or removed from the aircraft, and
b) Procedures do not require its use.

41-00 Prerecorded Passenger D 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided alternate procedures are
Announcement System established and used.

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49 – AIRBORNE AUXILIARY
00-00 Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) C 1 0 (M)(O) Except for ER operations, maybe inoperative provided:
a) APU is deactivated, and
b) Procedures are not dependent on its use.

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50 – CARGO & ACCESSORY
COMPARTMENTS
22-01 Cargo / Baggage Door C 2 0 May be inoperative or missing provided associated cargo
Nets compartment remains empty.
22-02 Cargo / Baggage Nets D 4 0 May be inoperative or missing provided associated cargo /
baggage compartment remains empty.
R (EMBRAER 170/175/190) D 4 0 (M) May be inoperative or missing provided acceptable cargo
loading limits from an Approved Cargo Loading Manual,
Cargo Handling Manual, or Weight and Balance Document
are observed.
31-00 Cargo Compartment C - 0 May be damaged or missing provided associated cargo
Linings compartment remains empty.
32-06 Blow-Out Panels C 8 0 (O) May be damaged or missing provided procedures are
established and used to ensure the associated
compartment remains empty, or is is verified to contain only
empty cargo handling equipment, ballast, (ballast may be
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52 – DOORS
R 00-00 Passenger and Service A 4 3 (M)(O) One may be inoperative provided:
Doors a) Remaining main entry doors are fully operational,
(EMBRAER 170/175) b) Associated door is not used for passenger loading,
c) Emergency exit sign and floor proximity lights related to
the associated door must be covered to obscure the signs
and lights,
d) Passengers must be briefed not to use the associated
door,
e) Passengers number is limited to 19 maximum,
f) Blocked seating layouts and evacuation procedures must
be developed and approved by local regulations for
inclusion in operator’s manual, and
g) Repairs are made within one flight day.
NOTE 1: Weight and Balance Manifest must be revised as
necessary to ensure proper loading limits are observed.
NOTE 2: Cabin attendants may be stationed in vicinity of
each door within blocked areas.
N (EMBRAER 190/195) 4 3 (M)(O) One may be inoperative provided:
a) Remaining main entry doors are fully operational,
b) Associated door is not used for passenger loading,
c) Emergency exit sign and floor proximity lights related to
the associated door must be covered to obscure the signs
and lights,
d) Passengers must be briefed not to use the associated
door,
e) Passenger number is limited to 40 maximum,
f) Blocked seating layouts and evacuation procedures must
be developed and approved by local regulations for
inclusion in the operator's manual, and
g) Repairs are made within one flight day.
NOTE 1: Weight and Balance Manifest must be
revised as necessary to ensure proper loading limits
are observed.
NOTE 2: Cabin attendants may be stationed in
the vicinity of each door within blocked areas.
00-30 Passenger and Service A 4 3 (M)(O) One may be inoperative or missing provided:
Doors Emergency a) Associated door is considered inoperative. Refer to item
Opening Assisting System 52-00-00 Passenger and Service Doors, and
b) Repairs are made within one flight day.

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52 – DOORS
N 21-00 Overwing Escape Hatch A 2 1 (M)(O) One may be inoperative provided:
(EMBRAER 190/195) a) Remaining main entry doors are fully operational,
b) Emergency exit sign and floor proximity lights related to
the associated door must be covered to obscure the signs
and lights,
c) Passengers must be briefed not to use the associated
door,
d) Passenger number is limited to 40 maximum,
e) Blocked seating layouts and evacuation procedures must
be developed and approved by local regulations for
inclusion in the operator’s manual, and
f) Repairs are made within one flight day.
30-20 Forward and Aft Cargo C 4 2 One Gas Spring Actuator per door may be inoperative
Compartment Door Gas provided opposite Actuator Bellcrank and Actuator Rod
Spring Actuators operates normally.
30-22 Forward and Aft Cargo C 4 2 One Actuator Bellcrank per door may be damaged or
Compartment Door missing provided opposite Gas Spring Actuator and
Actuator Bellcranks Actuator Rod operates normally.
30-24 Forward and Aft Cargo C 4 2 One Actuator Rod per door may be damaged or missing.
Compartment Door
Actuator Rods
31-20 Fwd (Aft) Cargo Door C 8 0 (O) Green latch and lock indicators may be missing provided:
Green Indicators a) Affected door and its handle are verified completely flush
with fuselage skin prior to each flight, and
b) FWD (AFT) CARGO DOOR OPEN EICAS message is
operative.
C 4 0 (O) Green latch indicators may be missing provided:
a) Affected door and its handle are verified completely flush
with fuselage skin prior to each flight, and
b) Associated lock (inner markings) indicators are present
and checked green before each flight.

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52 – DOORS
31-28 Forward and Aft Cargo C 2 0 (M) May be inoperative or missing provided alternate
Door Closing Rods procedures are established and used.
51-00 Cockpit Security Door A 1 0 (M)(O) May be inoperative provided:
Automatic Locking System a) Automatic locking system is deactivated,
b) Mechanical Latch operates normally and is used to lock
the door,
c) Alternate procedures are established and used for
locking and unlocking the flight deck door using the
Mechanical Latch, and
d) Repairs are made within two flight days.
1) Cockpit Door Control
System
a) LOCK Pushbutton A 1 0 May be inoperative provided:
a) Cockpit Security Door Automatic Locking System is
considered inoperative, and
b) Repairs are made within two flight days.
b) LOCK Pushbutton Light B 1 0
c) INHIB Pushbutton A 1 0 May be inoperative provided:
a) Cockpit Security Door Automatic Locking System is
considered inoperative, and
b) Repairs are made within two flight days.
d) INHIB Pushbutton Light B 1 0
e) UNLOCKED B 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided:
Annunciator ON Light a) Door Chime operates normally, and
b) Alternate procedures are established and used.
2) Flight Attendant Cockpit
Door Control Panel
a) Emergency Call B 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided alternate procedures are
Pushbutton established and used.
b) Emergency Call B 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided alternate procedures are
Pushbutton Light established and used.
c) Door Opening B 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided alternate procedures are
Sequence Inhibited Red established and used.
Light
d) Door Unlocked Green B 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided alternate procedures are
Light established and used.
3) Door Chime B 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided alternate procedures are
established and used.
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52 – DOORS
51-00 Cockpit Security Door
Automatic Locking System
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4) Maintenance Lock D 1 0
70-00 Door Position Indications C 11 0 (M)(O) May be inoperative provided affected door is verified
on MFD and Associated closed, latched and locked before each flight.
EICAS Messages
70-01 Passenger and Service
Doors Indicators
1) Door Latch Visual C 4 3 (M) May be inoperative provided:
Indicators a) Affected door is verified closed, latched and locked
before each flight,
b) Latch mechanism is verified to operate normally,
c) Door latch visual indicators mechanism is verified
inoperative, and
c) Both door locked visual indicators on the affected door
operate normally.
NOTE: The DOOR PAX (SERV) FWD (AFT) OPEN
Warning EICAS message may be displayed.
2) Door Locked Visual C 8 4 (M) One on each door may be inoperative provided:
Indicators a) Affected door is verified closed, latched and locked
before each flight,
b) Door latch visual indicator on the affected door operates
normally, and
c) Latch mechanism is verified to operate normally.

NOTE: The DOOR PAX (SERV) FWD (AFT) OPEN


Warning EICAS message may be displayed.
3) Escape Slide C 4 3 (M)(O) May be inoperative provided:
ARMED/DISARMED a) Indicator is covered to obscure ARMED/DISARMED
Indicators sign,
b) Girt bar indication is verified to operate normally, and
c) Alternate procedures are established and used to
indicate to crew the Escape Slide status.
4) Girt Bar Escape Slide C 4 3 (M) May be inoperative provided:
Indicators a) Escape Slide ARMED/DISARMED indication is verified
to operate normally, and
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73 – ENGINE FUEL &
CONTROL
21-01 Engine Full Authority A 2 0 May be dispatched with FADEC faults provided repairs are
Digital Electronic Control made in a maximum of 150 flight hours from the time of
(FADEC) fault indication to repair; all faults “ENG 1(2) SHORT
DISPATCH” must be repaired within this time period. No
extensions are authorized.
NOTE: The intent of the 0 in the number required for
dispatch column is to show that dispatch is allowed with
some faults present in both FADEC’s.
21-15 ENG 1(2) FUEL C 2 1 (M) One may be inoperative provided associated fuel filter is
IMPBYPASS Caution changed once each flight day.
EICAS Messages
21-17 T2 Sensor Heaters B 2 1 May be inoperative provided:
R (EMBRAER 170/175) a) One Ice Detection System is operative, and
b) Airplane is not operated in known or forecast icing
conditions.
31-01 Fuel Low Pressure C 2 0 (O) May be inoperative provided associated Fuel AC Pump
Switches remains selected ON during the entire flight except when
crossfeed operations are required.
31-07 ENG 1(2) FUEL LO C 2 0 (O) May be inoperative provided associated Fuel AC Pump
PRESS Caution EICAS remains selected ON during the entire flight except when
Messages crossfeed operations are required.

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74 – IGNITION
00-00 Ignition Channels Changed to 73-21-01.

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77 – ENGINE INDICATING
31-00 HP Vibration Indications C 2 1
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78 – ENGINE EXHAUST
30-00 Thrust Reverser Systems C 2 0 (M)(O) One may be inoperative provided:
a) Affected thrust reverser is locked in the forward thrust
position, and
b) AFM performance penalties are applied.
2 2 To operations that involves the SBRJ Airport this item is
considered NO-GO.
34-04 ENG 1(2) REV C 2 0 (M)(O) One may be inoperative provided:
DEPLOYED Warning a) Affected thrust reverser is locked in the forward thrust
EICAS Message position, and
b) AFM performance penalties are applied.
2 2 To operations that involves the SBRJ Airport this item is
considered NO-GO.
34-06 ENG 1(2) REV PROT C 2 0 (M)(O) One may be inoperative provided:
FAULT Caution EICAS a) Affected thrust reverser is locked in the forward thrust
Message position, and
b) AFM performance penalties are applied.
2 2 To operations that involves the SBRJ Airport this item is
considered NO-GO.
34-08 ENG 1(2) REV FAIL C 2 0 (M)(O) One may be inoperative provided:
Caution EICAS Message a) Affected thrust reverser is locked in the forward thrust
position, and
b) AFM performance penalties are applied.
2 2 To operations that involves the SBRJ Airport this item is
considered NO-GO.
34-10 ENG 1(2) REV TLA FAIL C 2 0 (M)(O) One may be inoperative provided:
Caution EICAS Message a) Affected thrust reverser is locked in the forward thrust
position, and
b) AFM performance penalties are applied.
2 2 To operations that involves the SBRJ Airport this item is
considered NO-GO.
34-12 ENG 1(2) REV INHIBIT C 2 0 (M)(O) One may be inoperative provided:
Status EICAS Message a) Affected thrust reverser is locked in the forward thrust
position, and
b) AFM performance penalties are applied.
2 2 To operations that involves the SBRJ Airport this item is
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79 – ENGINE OIL
31-00 Oil Quantity Indications on C 2 1 (M)(O) Except for ER operations, maybe inoperative for one
MFD engine provided:
a) Oil quantity is serviced before each flight, and
b) Oil Pressure Indication is available and is monitored
throughout the flight.
31-03 Oil Tank Oil Level C 2 0 (M) May be inoperative provided alternate procedures are
Indicators established and used to verify oil level when servicing is
R (EMBRAER 170/175) performed.
31-07 ENG 1(2) OIL LO LEVEL C 2 1 (M)(O) One may be inoperative provided:
Caution EICAS Message a) Oil quantity is serviced before each flight, and
b) Oil Pressure Indication is available and is monitored
throughout the flight.
33-01 Low Oil Pressure Switches C 2 1 (O) One may be inoperative provided:
a) Oil Pressure Indication is available and is monitored
throughout the flight, and
b) ENG 1(2) OIL LO PRESS warning EICAS message on
the opposite engine operates normally.
33-09 ENG 1(2) OIL LO PRESS C 2 1 (O) One may be inoperative provided Oil Pressure Indication is
Warning EICAS Message available and is monitored throughout the flight.
34-07 ENG 1(2) OIL IMP C 2 1 (M) One may be inoperative provided:
BYPASS Advisory EICAS a) ENG 1(2) CHIP DETECTED Maintenance Message is
Message confirmed not present on MFD Engine Maintenance Page
before each flight, and
b) Oil filter is inspected for presence of contaminants once
each flight day.

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M I N I M U M
E Q U I P M E N T L I S T
AIRCRAFT REVISION Nº DATE PAGE
001 June 01, 2009
REVISION MMEL DATE 1 - 80 - 1
006 April 29, 2009
System 1. 2. Number Installed
Sequence Item 3. Number Required for Dispatch
Number 4. Remarks or Exceptions
80 – STARTING
10-01 Starter Control Valve C 2 1 (M)(O) One may be inoperative provided manual override starting
(SCV) procedures are used.

NOTE: See AFM for windmilling start on associated engine.

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