Probably there is a problem with the connection from the OAT Probe to the G4 instrument. Will be looked at on 4 Oct. This probe does not affect vital systems, but is used to calculate the theoretical HP in the G4.
Fueling @ebgb now requires a tag. It is stowed, together with the tractor-keys, in the back-pocket of the co-pilot seat.
The existing PMA6000 Panel will be replaced next week with the new PMA7000B. Here's the Pilots's Guide And Operations Manual.
Mechanics: 50hr maintenance: done Slick magneto impuls coupling inspection: done Heater switch: repaired. Should be lifted and operated with care. Also not put it in the full right position to prevent over-centering it. Because it might get stuck again in that position (cf picture) Fuel gauges: NOT repaired. Care should be taken of readout in flight. Better [...]
The third lock (back door) has been replaced. No need for the old key anymore. Bonding cables between wing and aileron have been replaced (cf picture of old one) The CO Detector has been (re-)attached above the Transponder Oil filled up to 9 quarts. 5 quarts reserve in front bagage compartment. Still needs to be [...]
Further to Tom's research and our discussion, the following applies: filling over 9 quarts is useless because the oil will be ejected you can still start a journey at 6 quarts or above (following the logic that after a 'full-tank-flight' flight you will still be above the required minima) absolute minimum for the engine's health [...]
and will be in the pocket of the POH