Cessna: 172S; Worn Aileron Control Cable; ATA 2710

Cessna: 172S; Worn Aileron Control Cable; ATA 2710

During a 100-hour inspection, a mechanic found a “flat spot” on the L/H aileron crossover cable. The defect occurred at the aileron cable abrasion strip attached to the rib assembly at wing station 71.19. Further investigation found the cable beginning to fray. This defect’s cause is determined to be from wearing on the abrasion strip. “To solve this problem, I think the abrasion strip should be lowered or a pulley installed.” (The abrasion strip P/N is 0523233-3. The stainless steel control cable P/N is 0510105-364.)

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