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ENGINE OVERHEAT
(ENG 1 OVERHEAT or ENG 2 OVERHEAT)
8.5

Condition:
An Overheat is detected in the engine.

1, Auto-throttle ( if engaged)........Disengage
2, Thrust lever
(Affected side)..........Confirm.......Close.
3, IF the ENG OVERHEAT light STAYS ILLUMINATED.....

Go to the the engine fire or engine severe damage or separation checklist on pg. 8.2

2

Aborted Engine start
7.1

Condition:
During ground start, an abort start condition occurs.
Objective:
To shut down engine and motor it

1, engine start lever (affected engine).....CUTOFF

3

Chapter 15

Warning systems

4

Warning Horn (intermittent)
or
Warning Light - Cabin Alititude or Takeoff Configuration.

(Left Forward panel- TAKEOFF CONFIG
CABIN ALTITUDE)

( Right Forward panel- CABIN ALTITUDE TAKEOFF CONFIG)

15.2

Condition:
One of these occurs:
- In flight, at an A/C flight altitude above 10000'amsl, the intermittent warning horn sounds or a CABIN ALTITUDE light ( if installed and operative) illuminates when the cabin is at or above 10000'
-On the ground, the intermittent warning horn sounds or a TAKEOFF CONFIG light ( if inst and optve) illuminates, when the takeoff configuration is not correct during T/o

1, IF the the intermittent warning horn sounds or a CABIN ALTITUDE light illuminates in flight at an altitude above 10000' amsl:

-Don oxygen masks and set regulators to 100%
- Establish crew communications

=Go to cabin altitude warning or rapid decompression checklist pg 2.1


2, IF the intermittent warning horn sounds or a TAKEOFF CONFIG light illuminates on the ground:

Assure correct a/c t/o configuration.

5

Chapter 1

Aircraft general, emergency equipment, doors and windows.

6

Chapter 11

Flight management, navigation.

7

Emergency Descent 0.1

Condition:
One or more of these occur:
- Cabin alltitude cannot be controlled when the aircraft is above 14000ft
- A rapid descent is needed.

1, Announce the emergency descent
2, Passenger signs..................ON
3, WITHOUT DELAY, decend to the lowest safe altitude or 10000ft, whichever is higher.
4, ENGINE START switches (both)........CONT
5, Thrust levers (both)....................Reduce thrust to minimum or as needed for anti-ice
6, Speedbrake...............FLIGHT DETENT
7, set target speed to Mmo/Vmo
(Caution speed if structural integrity is in doubt).

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TAKEOFF CONFIGURATION
(TAKEOFF CONFIG)
15.1

Condition:
On the ground, the intermittent cabin altitude/configuration warning horn sound or a TAKEOFF CONFIG lights illuminate when advancing the thrust levers to T/O thrust

1, Assure correct T/o configuration

9

Loss of thrust on both engines

Condition:
Both of these occur:
-Both engines have a loss of thrust
-Both engine fail alerts show
Objective:
to restart at least one engine

1, ENGINE START switches (both).....FLT
2, Engine start levers (both)............CUTOFF
3, WHEN EGT decrease:
Engine start levers.........IDLE detent
4, IF EGT reaches redline or there is no increase in EGT within 30 secs:
Engine start lever
(affected engine)............CUTOFF

IF EGT again reaches redline or there is no increase in EGT within 30 secs, repeat as needed.

10

LANDING CONFIGURATION
15.1

Condition:
In flight, the steady warning horn sounds

1, Assure correct a/c landing configuration

11

Chapter 13

Hydraulics

12

Chapter 9

Flight Controls

13

Engine Limit Or Surge or Stall
7.2

Condition:
One or more of these occur:
-engine indications are abnormal
-engine indications are rapidly approaching or exceeding limits
-abnormal engine noises are heard, possibly with airframe vibration
-There is no response to thrust lever movement or the response is abnormal
-Flames in the engine inlet or exhaust are reported.
Objective:
To attempt to recover normal engine operation or shut down the engine if recovery not possible.

1, Auto-throttle( if engaged).........Disengage
2, Thrust lever
(affected engine)......Confirm......Retard until indications stay within limits or the thrust lever is closed.

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Cabin Altitude Warning
or
Rapid Decompression
(Cabin Altitude)
2.1

Condition:
One or more of these occur:
-Cabin altitude exceedance
-In flight, the intermittent cabin altitude/configuration warning-horn sounds or a CABIN ALTITUDE light illuminates

1, Don oxygen mask and set regulators to 100%
2, Establish Crew communications
3, Pressurisation mode controller........MAN
4, Outflow valve switch.............Hold in CLOSE until the outflow VALVE indication shows fully closed
5, IF cabin altitude is uncontrollable:
-Passenger signs on
-PASS OXYGEN switch...............ON

( continue with emergency descent checklist)

15

Runaway Stabiliser

Condition:
Uncommanded stabiliser trim movement occurs continuously

1, Control collumn...............Hold Firmly
2, Autopilot (if engaged)........Disengage
Do NOT re-engage the autopilot
Control aircraft pitch attitude manually with control column and main electric trim as needed
3, Autothrottle ( if engaged)....Disengage
Do not re-engage Autothrottle.
4,If runaway stops: ........end

5, IF the runaway continues:
STAB TRIM CUTOUT
switches(both)....................cutout

IF the runaway continues ;
Stabiliser
Trim wheel...........Grasp and Hold.



16

Chapter 8

Fire Protection.

17

Evacuation
Back cover

Condition:
Evacuation is needed

1,Parking Brake..............Set C
2, Speed-brake lever........DOWN C
(prevents possible interference or injury for over wing exits)
3, Flap lever...................40 FO
(aids in evacuating pax over wing)
4, Pressurisation mode selector.....MAN FO
5, Outflow valve switch...........Hold in OPEN until the outflow VALVE indications shows fully open to depressurise the aircraft FO
6, IF time allows:
Verify that the flaps are 40 before the engine start levers are moved to CUTOFF C
7, Engine start levers...........CUTOFF C
8, Evacuation PA..................ORDER C
(order the cabin to evacuate)
9, Tower.............................Notify FO
(notify tower of evacuation)
10, Engine and APU
Fire switches(all).......Override and pull FO
11, IF an engine or APU fire warning occurs:
12, Illuminated fire
switch.............Rotate to the stop and hold for one second FO

18

Chapter 14

Landing gear

19

Chapter 4

Automatic Flight

20

Chapter 10

Flight instruments and displays.

21

Chapter 2

Air systems

22

Chapter 3

Anti ice and rain

23

Airspeed Unreliable:
10.1

Condition:
Pitch attitude not consistent with the phase of flight, altitude, thrust and weight, or noise or low frequency buffeting is experienced.
Objective:
To identify a reliable airspeed indication, if possible, or continue flight using the flight with unreliable airspeed table in the performance inflight chapter.

1. Autopilot ( if engaged)....................disengage.
2. Autothrottle (if engaged).................disengage.
3. F/D (both)..:.....................................off
4. Set the following gear up pitch attitude and thrust
-Flaps extended..............................10* & 80% N1
-Flaps up......................................... 4* & 75% N1

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APU FIRE:
8.1

Condition:
A fire is detected in the APU

1, APU FIRE switch......Confirm....Pull rotate to the stop Hold for 1 second.
2, APU switch .....................OFF

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ENGINE FIRE
or
Engine Severe Damage or Separation
8.2

Condition:
One or more of these occur:
-Engine fire warning
-Airframe vibrations with abnormal engine indications
-Engine separation.

1, Auto-throttle (if engaged)...........Disengage
2, Thrust lever (affected engine).........Confirm.......Close
3, Engine Start lever (affected engine).........Confirm........Cutoff
4, Engine Fire switch (affected side)........Confirm........Pull
(To manually unlock the engine fire switch press the override and pull)
5,IF the engine fire switch or ENG OVERHEAT light stays illuminated:
Engine fire switch...........rotate to the stop, hold for one second

IF after 30 seconds the engine fire switch or ENG OVERHEAT light stays illuminated:
Engine fire switch.........Rotate to the other stop and hold for 1 second

26

Chapter 0

Miscellaneous

27

Automatic Unlock
(auto unlk)
1.1

Condition:
The Correct emergency access code is entered
Objective:
Deny unauthorised access to the flight deck before the door automatically unlocks.

1, FLT DK DOOR lock selector..........Rotate to deny and hol for 1 second.

28

Chapter 7

Engines, APU.

29

Smoke, Fire or Fumes
8.8

Condition:
Smoke, fire or fumes

1, Diversion may be needed
2, Don oxygen masks and smoke goggles as needed, set regulators to 100%
3, Establish crew and cabin communications.
4, BUS TRANSFER switch.....................OFF
5, CAB/UTIL switch (as installed)............OFF
6, IFE/PASS SEAT switch (as installed)....OFF
7, GALLEY switch (as installed)..............OFF
8, RECIRC Fan switches (BOTH)............OFF
9, Instruct cabin crew to turn off the IFE and PC power switches (as installed)
10, APU BLEED air switch.....................OFF
11, Any time the smoke or fumes becomes the greatest threat:

= GO to the Smoke or Fumes Removal checklist on page 8.15

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Chapter 12

Fuel 12