Date: 17 Oct 99 23:29:58 From: "David G. Davidson" <email@example.com> Organization: @Home Network References: 1 2 3 4
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In article <airliners.1999.1043@ohare.Chicago.COM>, "Michael & Ngaree Besse" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > The risk of explosion is very small given that only persons given > the appropriate training, and using the correct procedure carry out this > task. The only accident I've heard of involving O2 servicing was on a Delta 727. Delta uses the "remove bottle, service and replace" method. Personally, if it was my airplane I'd want the external panel. No chance of leaks from breaking the lines and even less chance for accidents caused by O2 escaping into the E&E compartment. IMHO.