Today I learned two things.

Eagle

New Member
1. In the Lear 35 - selecting the Manual position of the cabin Oxygen knob does not “arm” the O-2 masks to deploy, it in fact deploys every single one in the airplane. At the exact same time.

2. I learned how to repack each and every one…

Don’t ask…
 

eodfe

New Member
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1. In the Lear 35 - selecting the Manual position of the cabin Oxygen knob does not “arm” the O-2 masks to deploy, it in fact deploys every single one in the airplane. At the exact same time.

2. I learned how to repack each and every one…

Don’t ask…


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That's funny!
 

Eagle

New Member
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1. In the Lear 35 - selecting the Manual position of the cabin Oxygen knob does not “arm” the O-2 masks to deploy, it in fact deploys every single one in the airplane. At the exact same time.

2. I learned how to repack each and every one…

Don’t ask…


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That's funny!

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yeah instant plastic jungle.
 

MQAAord

Scheherazade
Staff member
That happened to me right after we first got the EMBs in ORD. I was sitting in the first row waiting for the gate to call to start boarding and all of a sudden all the O2 masks drop. About a half second later the just-off-IOE F/O looks back and says "Oh, Sh&t".
We were delayed a bit while maintenence repacked 53 masks.
 
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