Cessna; 750; Thrust Reverser Malfunction; ATA 7830

Cessna; 750; Thrust Reverser Malfunction; ATA 7830

“The L/H thrust reverser performed an un-commanded stow during thrust reverser use after landing,” writes a mechanic. “After accessing the throttle quadrant, it was noticed the wires connected to the L/H deploy switch were stretched very tight when the ‘T/R’ piggy-back levers were in the deploy position. After running diagnostics using software provided by Cessna, it was determined the deploy switch was faulty. During the process of accessing the wires to replace the switch, a wire was found to be broken where it was spliced. The shrink-wrap around the wire bundle contributed to the intermittent nature of the defect. The splice was repaired and an operational check of the T/R system confirmed the system had been fixed.”

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