In preparation for a Florida trip later this week, N833DF is in for oil change and recurring AD compliance inspections.

Only unexpected squawk is that the rotating beacon / belly strobe breaker has tripped. It is possible that this can interfere with my plans, but probably not.

The interior work complicates the diagnostics. I reviewed pictures and found the breaker tripped when I picked it up, but my pre-flight got lazy on the beacon and breakers. I was seeing what I expected to see.

I will handle the leaky air vent on my own after the airplane comes back.

By fdorrin

Contract corporate pilot and experienced instructor in the Gulfstream 280; WestWind; and Astra aircraft. Own and operate a beautifully restored PA30 Twin Comanche. CFII; MEI; ME-ATP; SES. Typed in DHC-8, B-25, IAI-1124, IAI1125, G100, G280. Retired Electrical Engineer, software developer, and Project Manager. Retired engineer / executive - Delmarva Power, Conectiv Energy, and PEPCO Holdings, Inc.