Please follow this instructions to fix the issue.
1. Restart the computer on your Navigator/main PC.
2. Then click on start, all programs, atp, navigatorVR, locate Navigator Repair tool (don’t start the Navigator) then right click on it and select "ran as administrator"
3. On the repair tool, click on the Reset button and follow the prompts
4. After the reset, click on Update button and follow the prompts
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6. Click "Save"
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It maybe due to profile are not saved after updating it. We recommend to click on file then save after entering 3-4 entries in compliance tab.
Also we recommend to make a backup of all of your profiles every week so you can use it as reference or restore a copy.
80-04-03 R2 Para a says "in accordance with AVCO Lycoming Service Bulletin No. 435 dated March 17, 1979" so I am not sure about SB 435B.
SB 435 3/17/79 says "MODELS AFFECTED: All O-320-H Series engines with serial numbers up to and including L-6182-76 and reman. engines shipped prior to March 19, 1979" I have read through the SB and nothing is said about a suffix of T in the S/N.
The AD Does refer to the T suffix in para c3 and the Note following that para about the T having larger lifters but it is not clear how this effects applicability of the AD
Thanks for the information. I will look into it. we receive the Beech CMM from Beechcraft and publish their latest version. Beech needs to incorporate any changes to the included publications. Let me confirm we are using the latest version from Beechcraft and let them know if they are sending outdated content.
I will let you know.
No stupid questions here :) This is a good question.
We have multiple combinations of libraries. In general we have airframe only libraries, Engine & Prop (Support) libraries, Aircraft (airframe, engine & prop) Maintenance Libraries. Sometimes we do this for a single model but most often it is for a group of models. Usually the group is based on the airframe manual coverage as a single manual may cover multiple models.
The reason way this is probably happening is because you have all of your users sharing the same login. So if one user is logged on and another user then tries logging in with the same login, he will automatically kick out the existing user. Aviation Hub recommended the Admin to create each new users their own indivisual login. Please keep in mind, once you created a login, an email will be sent to each of your users and they will be prompted them to change their temporary password to they own. So please just setup a generic temporary password as they will need to change it anyways.