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This particular 767 does not have the fuel jettison nozzles installed (most 767-200s don't have them) and fuel can not be transferred between tanks from the cockpit (can be done from the fuel panel on the left wing). The fuel is discharging from the vent in the surge tank, I suspect this happened during manual refueling as the overfill sensors would shut off ...


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The PA-28 Family of aircraft have two fuel pumps, an engine driven mechanical pump that is always pumping (so long as the crank shaft is spinning) and is considered the "main pump". The airframe also has an electrical backup pump that can be actuated by the pilot. The tanks do not have their own pumps. You should check the POH for your airframe but ...


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