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

Recently rated Gulfstream 280 pilot, working on instructor qualifications. WestWind and Astra corporate jet flight instructor. Contract corporate pilot. Own and operate a PA30 Twin Comanche. CFII; MEI; ME-ATP; SES; Typed in DHC-8, B-25, IAI-1124, IAI1125, G100, G280. Retired engineer / executive - Delmarva Power, Conectiv Energy, and PEPCO Holdings, Inc.