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Refueling can be controlled from:

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A fuel imbalance should be corrected:

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To supply both engines with X - FEED Valve OPEN:

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In case of Fuel Center Pumps fault:

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In case of loss of both Fuel Control Monitoring Computers:

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In normal operation, engines are always fed from:

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There are two fuel pumps in each collector cell. They normally are both selected ON and:

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In normal conditions, the automatic control of CG begins:

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When a tank fuel temperature is displayed amber:

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The INNER tanks:

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In ELEC EMER CONFIG:

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Electrical power requirements for refueling are:

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With tanks nearly empty, time for refueling all the tanks of the aircraft is approximately (depending on the nominal pressure) is:

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In normal operation, the automatic control of CG will stop:

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Automatic refueling ensures that:

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Fuel temperature is:

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Minimum fuel quantity for takeoff is:

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The ECAM alerts that are related to fuel low level in the wing tanks (FUEL WING TK LO LVL, etc.) must not appear for takeoff.

The Airbus A330 fuel system:

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Maximum fuel temperature for JET A and JET A1 is:

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In case of an "ALL ENGINES FLAME OUT" situation:

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The fuel system is fully automatic. The only actions required before flight are:

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Refueling can be accomplished:

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The L an R STBY PUMPS:

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During manual fuel transfer from CTR to INNER Tank:

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FAULT lights up on both CTR Tank pbs when:

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Airbus A330 – Fuel