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Remove before flight is a safety warning often seen on removable aircraft and spacecraft components, typically in the form of a red ribbon, to indicate that a device, such as a protective cover or a pin to prevent the movement of mechanical parts, is only used when the aircraft is on the ground (parked or taxiing). On small general aviation aircraft, this may include a pitot tube cover or a control lock. The warning appears in English only. Other ribbons labelled "pull to arm" or similar are found on missiles and other weapon systems that are not mounted on aircraft.
Remove-before-flight components are often referred to as "red tag items". Typically, the ground crew will have a checklist of remove-before-flight items. Some checklists will require the ribbon or tag to be attached to the checklist to verify it has been removed. Non-removal of a labelled part has caused airplane crashes, like that of Aeroperú Flight 603 and, in 1975, a Royal Nepal Airlines Pilatus PC-6 Porter carrying the wife and daughter of Sir Edmund Hillary.It is common to see key rings, T-shirts, bag tags, belts and other such products with this ribbon, especially for people who work in aviation or are aviation enthusiasts.A green tag is sometimes used to identify components that must be attached before flight in a similar way to remove before flight components.
Sorry for asking a silly question but does anyone know how this seat comes off ? Have had advice from local plumber but even he couldn't see how to do it.
The only thing that seems possibly relevant is that each bearing point has two very small rectangular gaps, one at 8 o clock and one at 4 o...
Hi, I’m looking for some advice on how to remove this radiator value to check if the pin is stuck. I have two similar values in the house where those radiators aren’t heating up at all. The pipe leading into the value is cold but the rest of the system is working fine.
Thanks for any help/advice!
I need to adjust the large flush button because water continues to run after the cistern has filled up and the button does not return to its proper position, it stays depressed. The small flush button is working OK.
In which direction does the dual flush operating plate need to slide/be moved?
Hi, long story short, our boiler has been replaced with a combi and the loft and airing cupboard are now devoid of tanks and pipework, except....
... this old flue pipe, which was once connected to the original boiler when our home was built in the mid-80s.
It runs from a vent on the roofline...
Hi, I can’t get one cartridge to budge when trying to replace in a mixer tap. The hot side cartridge was tight but removed with wrench comfortably, but cold side is so tight Ive burred the nut on the cartridge. Any advice on how else to remove the cartridge without damaging the mixer tap is...
Hi, I have just tried to repair a very old Mira 8 shower unit. However, when trying to remove the brass cover plate it's completely scaled up and it won't budge any ideas on how to free it up. We did think about trying to heat up the bass cover plate but we are concerned about the silver outer...
Hi all, I currently have an external water meter (which is a sub-meter) of my neighbours meter. The mains supply runs into their garden and then splits off into my sub-meter.
We are planning on building an extension near to the existing external sub-meter and I have sought advice from Yorkshire...
Hi all, I'm trying to remove this shower mixer however, I cannot see any bolts like all the other ones I see online.
Please can someone advise. I've taken a picture of it: Screenshot - https://prnt.sc/YS6WnqriFxHP
I have a Methven mixer that is leaking around the base so I bought a Fixit-It repair kit.
It does not have a red/blue cover for access to the grub screw at the front but a little indent at the back.
I have tried using a 2.5mm allen key to remove the lever but cannot find the screw ...
Hi learned friends.
A "plumber" has installed a shower for my daughter. However it doesnt look right. This part circled isnt on any pictures I've found of the shower on the internet.
It looks like a hex key may fit the inside?
The picture on the right is how it should look.
I've no idea why...
I'm retiling my bathroom, and so everything in this photo minus the copper pipes must be removed.
Anyone familiar with these screw fittings that go over the pipes? They have filed down areas to get an adjustable spanner in there to turn them, but when I grip the copper pipe and the screw...
I need to remove a radiator to take tiles off behind it & then re-board, plaster & paint the wall. It has a drain valve, would it be ok to empty the radiator through that? The radiator will be taken off for about a week so after taking it off would it be ok to cap the thermostatic valve & still...
Has anyone seen tap heads like these? Trawled the internet cannot find anything similar, after removing the grub screw I cannot for the life of me lift the tap head off tried prying with screwdriver but too scared to use excessive force and break the tap
We had an Aqualisa rise shower fitted about 4 years ago - the rail has no screws - there is a locking mechanism and a tool provided to remove it. Unfortunately the fitters fitted our rail upside down so the locking mechanism is at the top so difficult to see (and against the wall). The aqualisa...
I’m trying to replace a cartridge on a Grohe mixer tap but I can’t get beyond second stage!
I have removed the grub screw,but cannot lift off the lever.I have applied some wd40 into the grub screw hole,..but the lever won’t budge.
is there any other method for removing the tap lever?…help...
Our SVP had a Boss connector fitted to it
Similar to this: MCALPINE MECHANICAL PIPE BOSS CONNECTOR BLACK 40MM
It was removed and 'taped' with gaffer tape
The tape has failed and is leaking
Q: Is there such a thing as a "40mm blanking plate" or similar for the remaining hole...
Hoping someone can help, not even a novice. In the bathroom there is a rainfall type shower head. I need to clean it. It is square and fitted into the ceiling and not sure how to remove. There is a 5mm gap from ceiling. Not tried unscrewing yet