Cessna; 206H; Crew Flood Lights -- Confusing Data; ATA 3310

Cessna; 206H; Crew Flood Lights -- Confusing Data; ATA 3310

A customer complains the overhead floodlights for the crew seats fail to attain full and/or similar brilliance as those found over passenger seating. The investigating technician said, “The initial troubleshooting seemed to indicate the system was responding correctly but, indeed, the lights only attained about half brilliance as compared to the same type of light assemblies placed for use by the rear seat passengers. (I) contacted a Cessna technical representative and discussed the problem with him. (He) forwarded this (question) to the engineering department, and was told this (reduced illumination) is the way the system was intended to operate. A review of the maintenance manual and the AFM (aircraft flight manual) did not address this (issue). It seems to this reporter this is an operating function that should be addressed by a revision in both the maintenance manual and the AFM as soon as possible to eliminate this type of confusion.”

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