Incident at EDMONTON INTL AB (CYEG)
2001-09-10: UPDATE Maintenance and Manufacturing reported that skydrol was found to be leaking from the #1 thrust reverser hydraulic system pressure switch tee fitting. Maintenance tightened the fitting in accordance M.M. 20-10-51 and leak-checked the system as serviceable.The aircraft returned to service with no further incidents to report. Maintenance did generate a WestJet 'Supplemental Maintenance Item' task card as follow up to this snag and the card was closed upon further inspection on 01 Sept.01, with no faults found.
2001-09-07: UPDATE TSB reported that the B737-200 was taxiing for departure at Edmonton with No.1 engine operating when another aircraft reported seeing smoke coming from the mid-section of WJA 82. The crew stopped, turned the aircraft into wind, and shut the engine down. They then asked the Tower to check for flames and requested ERS. No fire was found and the aircraft returned to the ramp and the passengers disembarked. Maintenance found a hydraulic fitting for the thrust reverser leaking onto the air conditioning packs. The aircraft was released after repairs.
2001-09-04: WJA 82 was taxiing for departure at Edmonton when Tower staff observed and reported to WJA 82 smoke from the main landing gear. The crew of WJA 82 requested ERS and shut down the engines. ERS reported an apparent hydralic leak. The crew re-started engine 2 and taxied back to the gate.
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