The 40+ years Duncan Aviation has been working with the Bombardier Learjet 35A* system has taught us a lot about how we are able to educate our customers about their units. This includes helping them to identify when a unit needs to be sent in for repair and when it doesn’t.
The SP-101 Spoileron Computer is one of those units. Many times when an SP-101 comes into Duncan Aviation with the following squawks, it is because the unit is not aligned properly.
Properly aligning the SP-101 by following the procedure in the Learjet 35 Maintenance Manual will resolve these symptoms and help our customers keep their downtime to a minimum. A copy of the procedure is provided in the document below.
If you have questions or continue to have problems with your SP-101, don’t hesitate to contact us.
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