Pitot Tubes

The following information is derived from the FAA's Service Difficulty Reports and Aviation Maintenance Alerts.

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Beechcraft A200 King Air Mismatched Pitot Tubes During altimeter and pitot static system recertification, the technician observed the left pitot tube was incorrect and was actually a right one. Further investigation revealed the p/n was misidentified as a left pitot tube (p/n PH502-3) when the drain hole and embossed “top” mark were consistent with a […]
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