I was looking for the SR22 AMM today, and it seems like all the links are dead. Even the one on the `Tech` section on COPA. Does anyone have the ability to find a new link and replace it?
Also, is there any way to get a PDF of it, so I can load it on my iPad?
If you were trying to open it with Safari, like on an iPad That would be the problem. Try it with a home PC if you haven’t already.
William DillonDoes anyone have the ability to find a new link and replace it?
What section are you looking for?
The link does look broken. I can still access the IPC though.
William DillonAlso, is there any way to get a PDF of it, so I can load it on my iPad?
Each section is a set of pdfs. Be aware that there are problems with the ipad displaying more than a page of the maintenance manual section. There is a bug. It works fine on laptops and desktops.
On Cirrus techpubs site, all the browsers I have tried don't have a working linking to the most current version of the AMM (b7 I think). It appears after a search but the link does nothing.
William Dillon William Dillon wrote the following post at Fri, Dec 15 2017 21:21: Thanks Paul. I was looking for the part with the standby attitude indicator for SR22 serial 886. The light went out on it, and I’m trying to gauge how big a job that is. via iCopa
See attached pdf. It starts on page 16.
Thanks fo spotting this. Looks like Cirrus has changed out their website which require new links on our tech page. I have fixed it up. Instead of direct links to thinks, there is just one page to go to (you have to scroll down some to see it) and there you can access any of the Tech Docs you are looking for by entering your serial number. The only one which disappeared totally is the Cirrus Engineering Blog. Haven't been able to find it.
Peter, doing that just results in a table that states what the current revision is. It has no hyperlink to any AMM content. Maybe they fixed the back-door into their AMM for good since the URL always had servicecenter in it.
Yes, I can confirm. The link in the Tech pages is now to a catalog of publications. The pubs themselves are not available, no AMM nor IPC
Anyone know if this is a temporary issue or are the AMMs not going to be available to COPA members in the future?
I wanted to verify all the info related to changing the main gear tires. Does anyone have that section for an SR22 G3?
Jonathan CudeI wanted to verify all the info related to changing the main gear tires. Does anyone have that section for an SR22 G3?
You will need the section brakes also.
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