Incident at WINNIPEG / JAMES ARMSTRONG RICHARDSON INTL MB (CYWG)
2001-06-18: THE CREW OF TKR 250, A CL-215, REPORTED A FAULTY GEAR INDICATION TO WINNIPEG TOWER AND REQUESTED THAT ERS RESPOND. THE A/C LANDED SAFELY ON RUNWAY 36 AT 1552Z. THE A/C TAXIED TO THE APRON WITHOUT FURTHER INCIDENT. ERS STOOD DOWN AT 1601Z. NO OTHER A/C WERE INCONVENIENCED. THE REASON FOR THE UNSAFE GEAR INDICATION IS UNKNOWN.
2001-06-19: UPDATE Maintenance and Manufacturing reported that the a/c was on a test flight for an unrelated reason, when the gear gave an unsafe indication. An Engineer on board for the test flight confirmed, through visual indication, the gear position and the aircraft landed safely. The aircraft was removed from service and troubleshooting began. The left gear uplock microswitch was found to be unserviceable. The micro switch was replaced and a gear swing was subsequently carried out with no further incident. The aircraft was returned to service. An SDR follow-up is underway by the PRM.
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