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    Spring on the Floorboard

    Good morning.

    I went out for a flight this morning, only to find a spring sitting on
    the floorboard in front of the passenger seat. It is about 4 or 5
    inches long.

    I checked the controls and all seemed fine. The ailerons seem a little
    sloppy though. In the past, if I went to full deflection and let them
    go, they seemed to come back on their own, now they stay where they
    were.

    Is this a clue to what this spring is for? I went for the flight anyway
    and all seemed fine.

    Any help would be appreciated.

    Thank you

    Braden

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    Spring on the Floorboard

    AILERON CENTERING SPRING.....

    Sounds like the cable broke

    Jeff Bryant
    Southwest Regional Director
    Beech Aero Club


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    From: musketeermail@yahoogroups.com [mailto:musketeermail@yahoogroups.com]
    On Behalf Of Braden Messenger
    Sent: Tuesday, July 05, 2005 9:53 AM
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    Subject: [musketeermail] Spring on the Floorboard


    Good morning.

    I went out for a flight this morning, only to find a spring sitting on
    the floorboard in front of the passenger seat. It is about 4 or 5
    inches long.

    I checked the controls and all seemed fine. The ailerons seem a little
    sloppy though. In the past, if I went to full deflection and let them
    go, they seemed to come back on their own, now they stay where they
    were.

    Is this a clue to what this spring is for? I went for the flight anyway
    and all seemed fine.

    Any help would be appreciated.

    Thank you

    Braden

    --
    Braden Messenger,
    Kelowna, BC, Canada

    Beechcraft A-23-24 C-GNCX


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