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1 year 4 weeks ago #1051 by dynamics
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Mark, do you have any idea on most probable culprits for sudden hydraulic pressure drop during roll out? Does hydraulic pressure drop when control surfaces are moving or antiskid controls the brake?

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1 year 4 weeks ago - 1 year 4 weeks ago #1052 by Mark
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After touchdown the only hydraulic systems that should be in use are ground spoilers and brakes. (I don't think 737-300's have hydraulic thrust reversers).

You have one electric and one engine driven pump for each system. That should be plenty of muscle for brakes and spoilers.

You could have a bypassing spoiler or brake actuator.

Measure brake temp with a laser gun . Are they equal temps? Raise the spoilers, is there one not coming up?

The crews shouldn't be pulling up flaps/slats until on taxiway. Make sure they are not.
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1 year 4 weeks ago #1053 by dynamics
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Would you explain thoroughly what do you mean by "bypassing brake actuator" or "bypassing spoiler"?

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1 year 4 weeks ago #1054 by Mark
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Hydraulic fluid is going directly from the "in" port to the "out" port and it's not making the actuator go in/out or up/down (in the case of brakes.... not making it to the "out" port to compress the brakes.

Ruptured internal seals or physically broken pistons/rods.

A bypassing spoiler can be seen with the laser temp tester. The unit will be hotter than the rest. The output line will also.

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