CF6 - N2 Motoring Pad Cover Plate - GE Aviation Maintenance Minute

| August 17, 2016

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This video highlights the importance of avoiding damage to the sealing surface of the gearbox and proper o-ring installation. This video is for reference only. Always use the approved aircraft or engine manuals, as well as proper safety equipment, when performing engine maintenance.

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