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    Question Sidewall photo?

    Hi Guys,

    Anyone got a link to a photo of a B738 sidewall / side window showing the tiller, oxygen mask, light panels in any detail?
    Most of the photos I have seen so far taken towards that side are normally taken from a standing position in the centre of the cabin and focus more on the MIP...

    Many thanks
    Mike

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    Hi Mike, was looking for the very same and found some pics of Nic D's homebuilt sidewall:

    http://www.insitesolutions.com.au/73...n_diary_06.htm

    See you in Lelystadt!
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    Cheers Steve!

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    Check my site here http://www.projectb737ng.com/737ng_reference_photos.htm and scroll down to see both sides

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    So that's where they hide the cup holders on that plane!

    Does anyone know why the coiled cord from the aft sidewall is connected to the lower window frame?

    The 727 has this same feature, but I've yet to figure out what it's for. My POH doesn't say anything about it either.
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    Thanks DAL900 - some excellent photos on your site!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boeing Skunk Works View Post
    Does anyone know why the coiled cord from the aft sidewall is connected to the lower window frame?
    The wire is probably the power for the laminated heater in the side windshield. I will confirm with my wife tomorrow, she flies the 737-500.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Carter View Post
    Does anyone know why the coiled cord from the aft sidewall is connected to the lower window frame?
    Confirmed. It is indeed the power for the windows' heat shield. These heaters are normally fine little wires made of gold that are laminated inside the wind shield. They are also the reason why aircraft wind shields are so expensive.

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    Thanks for checking on that for me. Much appreciated. If you would, ask her where the other end plugs in and the type of connector on the end of the cable.

    XLR, phone plug, etc.

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    By the way,

    this small metal flap box just above the boom mike insert is not an ashtray, is it???

    Cheers Chris

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