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A330 CL "ECAM RECALL" and "BRAKE TEMPERATURE"

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I am missing the buttons for the calls "ECAM RECALL" and "BRAKE TEMPERATURE". Maybe I am short-sighted but I don't see both of them...

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The checklist item "ECAM RECALL" is done by pressing the "RCL" button on the CP.

There is no "Brake Temperature" button. Brake temperature is monitored by pressing the "WHEEL" button on the CP.

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Thanks for the reply!

 

"ECAM RECALL": No response, just repeating. Alternative solution is skipping.

 

 "RCDR": Text on the overhead panel wrong (GND CTL)              

 

"BRAKE TEMPERATURE":  Will check and test.

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52 minutes ago, Kurt2404 said:

 

 "RCDR": Text on the overhead panel wrong (GND CTL)          

Not sure, what you mean here

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Voice Recorder label (RCDR) vs. label Ground Control (GND CTL). Is this correct?

Voice Recorder vs Ground Control.jpg

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In a later version, the Ground Control button will play a special little David Bowie tune.  This is ground control to Major Tom....

 

From the FCOM:

 

"On the ground, personnel can energize the CVR (Cockpit Voice Recorder) manually by pressing GND CTL pushbutton."

 

RCDR GND CTL pushbutton (springloaded)
ON : The Cockpit Voice Recorder (CVR) and the Flight Data Recorders are active. The
ON light is on.
AUTO : The Cockpit Voice Recorder (CVR) and the Flight Data Recorders are active,
according to the logic.
The system automatically switches from ON to AUTO at the first engine start, and also in case
of an electrical transient.

 

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