Repairing aircraft lights entails numerous phases that include both examination and actual repair. Navigation lights, landing and taxi lights, interior lighting, emergency lights, and various sorts of illumination are all examples of aircraft lights that Air Quality Aviation repairs and overhauls. Each has its own set of specs and maintenance needs.

Here’s a high-level overview of what might be involved in aviation light repair:

1. Diagnosis:

Technicians must first identify the source of the fault. This may entail inspecting the bulbs, wiring, connections, switches, or any other relevant circuitry. To diagnose electrical problems, diagnostic tools such as multimeters may be employed.

2. Safety Precautions:

Safety precautions must be performed before beginning any repair work. This usually entails turning off the power to prevent electrical shocks and other dangers.

3. Bulb or LED Replacement:

Depending on the type of light, technicians may need to replace incandescent, halogen, or LED bulbs. The technique will be determined by the aircraft model and the type of lighting system installed.

4. Component Repair or Replacement:

 Depending on the situation, this may entail repairing or replacing wiring, connectors, or other components. Some components may need to be ordered from the manufacturer or a third-party supplier.

5. Reassembly and Testing:

Once the repairs have been completed, the lighting system must be reassembled. Following that, the lights should be tested to confirm they are operational. This may entail turning on all of the lights and inspecting them from various angles, as well as testing them under various operational conditions (for example, while the aircraft is moving).

6. Documentation:

In accordance with FAA standards and the aircraft’s maintenance manual, all repairs must be thoroughly recorded. This guarantees that any work conducted on the aircraft is documented.

These are only generic procedures; the real procedure may differ depending on the specific aircraft model, the nature of the problem, and the legislation in effect in the specific country.