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  • I've never really used "grid" from chapter 91.

    I looked at my copies of the 737-300/400 and 767-200 chapter 91, "grid" is not mentioned at all.
    I'm assuming grid location would be Vertical (letters) and Horizontal (numbers) of each breaker on a particular panel.

    From your sheet and one I dug out of a 767 manual.
      
      
     
      
      
     
      


    Each breaker has a specific location on each panel. Maintenance Manuals usually call for breakers to be pulled before a task is started. Breaker location is usually mentioned by Panel, Row, and Number.

    The pilot's "Red Tab Book" (Emergency Procedures Book) will mention breaker location in the same way.
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  • Mark replied to the topic Thermocouples in Troubleshooting Tips
    When replacing thermocouple wiring, how do you know what color (green or white) is what material? 
      
      
     
      
      
    Chromel (green) is magnetic. It should be attracted to a magnet.

    We found the opposite for the pins. Alumel pins seemed to have a greater pull to a magnet.
     
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