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1

Main Bus Fault

If after a L Main DC Bus fault, you attempt a Main Bus Fault Reset, but the reset fails, which caution lights stay on?

.....R nain bus fault reset?

Left Main Bus:

-Stby and Aux Bat caution lights + #1 PFD fails. Check for discharge on AUX BAT (electrical page). Automatic cabin pressure control is lost (Fault annunciation light illuminated).
-DC GEN 1 load: 0
-AUX BAT load: Negative


Right Main Bus

-Main Bat and Anti skid caution lights + #2 PFD and #2 MFD fails. Check for discharge on MAIN BAT (electrical page.

-DC GEN 2 load: 0
-MAIN BAT load: Negative

If after a L Main Bus Fault reset is atempted and fails, the DC Bus, #1 DC GEN, STBY BAT, and AUX BAT stays illuminated.

R Main bus fault reset fails: DC BUS, #2 DC GEN, R MAIN BAT caution lights stay on.

2

FADEC FAIL warning light

Critical/catastrophic failure resulting in loss of FADEC capabilities. The FADEC will either shut down the engine or reduce power to flight idle.

Run FADEC FAIL QRC

3

FADEC Caution light

Non critical feature of FADEC has been lost. Internal fault causing partial loss of FADEC. Adjust affected power leaver slowly and smoothly.

4

No Starter Cutout (START light remains illuminated)

Start looking! Start looking for the DC GEN caution light to stay on. Don't abort the start.

5

Starter Failure (Select light remains illuminated)

Select light should shutoff 15s after starter cutout. Don't abort start. Straight to QRH which directs you to select everything off.

6

"CABIN PRES" warning light (On its own)

CABIN PRESS warning light on its own is not an indication of a rapid or explosive decompression; instead, if you get CABIN PRESS on its own, call for the CABIN PRESS Warning Light QRH procedure.

7

Rapid Depressurization (indicated by typical symptoms (loud bang, cabin pres warning light, Cabin Diff of 0 and rapidly increasing cabin alt)

Upon detecting a rapid decompression, the correct thing to do is call for the “Rapid Depressurization
QRC” to trigger the Memory Items. Both pilots then execute the Memory Items, which are outlined in
AOM 4.6.2. Upon donning the masks at 100% (they are preset to 100%) and selecting MIC switch to MASK,
the Captain will say “Captain on oxygen,” and the FO will say “First Officer on oxygen.” After that,
“Rapid Depressurization QRC, I have ATC” will be called for. This will lead into an emergency descent.

8

Aborted Engine Start

If the ENG OIL PRESS or ENG HYD PUMP remains illuminated, or there is a hot start, hung start or no lightup, call for the Aborted Engine Start QRC.

Memory Items: Condition leaver - Fuel Off
Start Select Switch - Off
*As an FO starting the engine, abort the engine start, state the reason, then capt calls for Aborted Engine Start QRC.

9

#1 STALL SYS caution light.

What other systems fail?

Both stick shakers and pushers.

10

What are QRHs for AHRS failure?

"ATT FAIL" (Message on PFD)
"HDG FAIL" (Message on PFD)
"IVSI FAIL" (Message on PFD)

*You need to run all 3 QRHs

11

ADCs failure QRHs

LOSS OF PILOT, COPILOT and STANDBY
AIRSPEED and ALTITUDE INDICATIONS

LOSS OF BOTH AIRSPEED and BOTH ALTITUDE INDICATIONS ON PILOT's and CO PILOT's PFDs

12

QRCs

16

1) Engine failure/Fire/Shutdown
2) Unscheduled Prop Feather
3) Oil Pressure Below 44 psi
4) #1 or #2 Engine Oil Pressure Warning light
5) FADEC Fail Warning Light
_____________________

6) Prop Overspeed
7) Aborted Engine Start
8) Prop Advisory Lights Cycling in Flight
9) Pitch Control Jam
10) Roll Control Jam
11) Roll Control Malfunction
12) Rapid Depressurization
13) Emergency Descent
14) Fuselage Fire or Smoke
15) Smoke Warning Light
16) APU Fire
17) On Ground Emergencies

13

Pitch Control Jam

"Pitch Jam Assist"

-Autopilot: Disengage
-Flap and airspeed: Maintain at time of Jam
-Pitch Control: Attempt to overcome Jam "Help me Push", "Help me Pull"
-If unable to overcome jam: "Pitch Disconnect"
-Relax control column and pull and turn Pitch
Disconnect handle 90°.
Whoever has control, once at 1000ft AGL: "Pitch Control Jam QRC, I have ATC"
-Airspeed: 170 knots (Max) or speed which jam occurred, whichever is higher.

14

Roll Control Jam

"Roll Jam"

-Autopilot: Disengage
-Try to overcome
-If unable to overcome, "Roll Disconnect"
-Roll Disc Handle: Pull and Turn 90°.
-Whoever has control, once at 1000ft AGL: "Roll Control Jam QRC, I have ATC"

15

Roll Control Malfunction

-PF: "What's the problem?
-PM: Roll Control Malfunction
-Roll Control: Apply and hold wings level
-Are SPLR 1 or SPLR 2 push lights continuously illuminated?
Yes: Push
No: Apply power and increase airspeed once
under control
-Once under control and after "Flaps 0, bleeds on, set climb power, "Roll Control Malfunction QRC"

16

When is it recommended you continue the takeoff after 80kts?

When do you verbalize?

Amber caution light

After gear has been selected up

17

Rejected Takeoff

Capt: "Reject"
-Selects Disc
-Apply max braking
FO: -Notifies ATC "Encore rejecting send crash fire rescue"
-"60 Knots"
Capt: Once stopped, sets Emerg Brake.
"What's the problem?
FO: States the problem

Capt: "On Ground Emergencies QRC" FO immediately runs QRC and stops at "Is an evacuation needed?"

Capt: "Passengers remain seated, standby for further instructions, lead flight attendant contact the flight deck" Capt liaises with lead FA.

18

Engine Failure During Takeoff (After V1)

PM: Call condition Eg. "Engine ffailure #2"
PM: "Rotate"
PM: "Positive rate"
PF: "Gear Up"
PF: (After gear up call) "Set IAS V2"
PM: Select IAS V2 and state "IAS V2 Set"
PF: @ min 500ft or safe altitude: "What's the Problem?"
PM: States the problem. (If eng failure, state if prop has feathered.
PF: Call for QRC, eg "Engine FAilure QRC, I have ATC"
PM: "MAYDAY MAYDAY MAYDA ENCORE__ EMERGENCY IN PROGRESS STANDBY" (If a turn required state heading)
PF: @FRA (Min 1000 ft) "Set ALT"
If required: "Set Heading ___"
PM: Sets ALT the calls "ALT"
PF: AT Vfri or Vref +20 in icing, "Flaps 0"
PM: Selects flaps 0 (No call)
PF: @Vclimb or Vvlimb (ice): "Set IAS Vclimb''
PM: Sets IAS Vclimb: IAS Vclimb set'

19

Engine Failure During Go Around

PF: "Go Around, Go Around Power, flaps__"
PM: "Positive Rate"
PF: "Gear Up"
PF: "Set Heading, ALT SEL ( or LNAV), Check Missed Approach Altitude"
PM: "Heading, ALT SEL, ___feet set"
PF: "Set IAS Vga"
PM: "IAS Vga set"
PF: @ min 500ft or safe altitude: "What's the Problem?"
PM: States the problem. (If eng failure, state if prop has feathered.
PF: Call for QRC, eg "Engine FAilure QRC, I have ATC"
PM: "MAYDAY MAYDAY MAYDA ENCORE__ EMERGENCY IN PROGRESS STANDBY" (If a turn required state heading)
PF: @FRA (Min 1000 ft) "Set ALT"
PM: Sets ALT the calls "ALT"
PF: AT Vfri or Vref +20 in icing, "Flaps 0"
PM: Selects flaps 0 (No call)
PF: @Vclimb or Vvlimb (ice): "Set IAS Vclimb''
PM: Sets IAS Vclimb: IAS Vclimb set'
PF: "Bleed on"
PM: After 1500 ft if req'd: "Mayday....

20

Engine Failure in Cruise

PM: Calls out condition eg. "Engine Fire #1"
PF: Monitor and call any deviations
PF: "What's the problem"
PM: States the Problem"
PF: Adjusts power leavers, cond leaver only for operating engine. Obtain confirmation, " ____QRC, I have ATC"

21

ICAS Thermal Runaway

-Smoke Warning Light or Smoke QRC
-PDI and tablet power - Off
-Put on fire glove.
-Remove tablet and put in LIPO bag

22

Propeller Ground Range Lights Cycling in Flight

Power Leavers - Advance above Flight Idle

-QRC

23

Rapid Depressurization and Emergency Descent

PF or PM: Rapid Depressurization QRC
O2 Masks - Don/100%
MIC switch (on ARCDU) - Mask
Communications - Establish

*Captain takes control if not PF

PM reads QRC
PM: "MAYDAY MAYDAY MAYDAY, ENCORE___EMERGENCY DESCENT LEAVING FL 250 FOR 10000 STANDBY"
PM: "Altitude selector - set"
PF: "____ALT SEL"
PF: "IAS set"
PM: Reads QRC items and action
PF: Conducts action and responds when action complete.
PM: Flight attendants - Advise, PA "Emergency Descent in progress"
PM: @ or below 16000 ft: PA "Flight Attendants Don Oxygen"
PM: 2000 ft prior to level off, Call alt and ALT SEL eg. 12 000 for 10 000 ALT SEL"
PM: Transponder 7700
When cabin alt below 10000ft: O2 masks as required
Flight Attendant ELC or Briefing - Complete (Capt to transfer control to FO)

24

What 3 possible problems exist for an APU caution lights?

Check APU Panel:

1) APU Failure
2) APU GEN Overheat (GEN OHT Advisory Light)
3) APU GEN Failure (GEN WARN Advisory Light)*

*APU caution light may not illuminate.

25

What if you get an unscheduled feather well after takeoff with the autofeather off?

Be wary, it's more likely to be an oil leak. An unscheduled feather should not happen outside takeoff when autofeather is disarmed as the AUPC will drive props to overspeed with RPM below 816 RPM. The only exception to this is when the power levers are at a low setting in cruise. In this case AUPC is not active.

26

If you get both #1 and #2 BLEED HOT caution lights on take off with the bleed switches off, which QRH is to be used?

Bleed System Failure on Takeoff

27

What is a likely result if you have problems with both the Flight Compartment Pack and the Cabin Pack?

Aircraft will depressurize and you have to descent to 14 000 ft or lower.

28

What is the difference between standard, simple special and complex special engine failure procedures?

Standard: EG. DT or LT or RT to a heading. It is to be commenced at FRA.

Simple special: A turn is required prior to FRA

Complex special: Mandatory under VMC and IMC. Designed to keep the aircraft in an obstacle free zone and is to complex to fit in a simple special.

29

Single Engine Taxi: #1 engine failure or #1 Hydraulic system failure

-Power leavers disc
-Attempt normal braking
-If normal braking doesn't work, slowly apply and set emergency brake.
-QRH

30

What's the difference between "ARCDU Failed" and Fail Message on ARCDU INT display area"?

QRHs?

No control of display or radio buttons in the first.

in the second, no control of audio level and transmit source selections.

31

"FAULT" light illuminates on Cabin pressurization controller and or "Cabin Pressure" Warning light.

"Cabin Pressurization Failure" QRH or "Cabin Pressure Warning Light" QRH.

32

All indication on the pressurization panel go to zero

Loss of Cabin Altitude, Cabin Rate and Cabin Diff Indicators QRH

33

Pack and or Duct overheat

Call for the QRH according to the caution lights you see. As PM you have to make sure you're reading the proper checklist.

34

"DE-ICE PRESS" Caution light

-Main deice pressure on either side is less than 15 psi.

-Boot pressure doesn't reach 15psi after the DDV (Dual Distributor Valves) opens.

-Boot pressure stays at 15 psi after the DDV closes.

35

Rudder Jam

The related RUD 1 or RUD 2 PUSH OFF switchlight will illuminate. It must be pushed to depressurize the affected PCU. The related No.1 or No.2 RUD HYD caution light will come on.

36

"RUD CTRL"

No 1 or No 2 Hydraulic system failure

FCECU unable to control rudder pressure

Airspeed #1 is not euqal to Airspeed #2 by 17 kts (IAS Mismatch message of PFD), ELEVATOR FEEL, SPLR OUTBD, and PITCH TRIM caution lights come on.

37

APU fail light illuminates during APU start

APU Fail advisory light illuminates during start. "APU start failure QRH".

Don't confuse with APU starter failure QRH

38

APU start light remains illuminated

APU Starter failure QRH

Don't confuse with APU Start Failure

39

Nose gear fails to retract

Alternate Landing Gear Extension QRH

(Anytime you get a landing gear malfunction that's not covered by a QRH do Alternate Landing Gear QRH)

40

3 Red Gear Unsafe Advisory Lights illuminated with landing lever selected up.

All landing gear fail to retract QRH

41

Spoiler Cable Failure.

Which caution lights?

There is a spoiler cable tension senor assembly which detects this. They prevent spoiler extension by removing pressure.

If extend pressure is removed you get ROLL SPLR OUTBD HYD and ROLL SPLR INBD HYD CAUTION LIGTS. below 150 k you get SPLR OUTBD caution light as well.

42

SPLR OUTBD caution light

The outboard spoilers haven't been disables above 185 kts or activated below 150 kts. (They are normally reactivated at 165 kts). THE FCECU hasn't locked out the outboard spoilers.

43

SPLR INBD GND or SPLR OUTBD GND caution lights

Spoilers haven't extended on touchdown triggering caution lights, or

FCECU detects loss of spoiler lift dump function, or

Spoilers extend after flight/taxi switch is set to taxi.

44

ROLL SPLR INBD HYD

-Spoiler cable failure or
-No 1 hyd sys press less than 900 psi or
-SPLR 1 PUSH OFF switchlight pushed

45

ROLL SPLR OUTBD HYD

-Spoiler cable failure or
-No 2 hyd sys press less than 900 psi and speed <165k or
-SPLR 2 PUSH OFF switchlight is pushed and speed <165 kts

Spoiler tension sensor assembly operates two switches which remove hydraulic extend pressure.

46

ELEVATOR FEEL caution light


Check for messages on your screens. If present, run the QRH for that item. Eg. FD ATT DATA INVLD, IVSI FAIL, ATT FAIL, PITCH or ROLL MISMATCH. Could also be AHRS related.

If not any of the above. One of the FCECU channels is not able to control the pitch feel actuator. FCECU detects failed pitch feel actuator and holds it at its last valid position. The other pitch feel actuator operates normally but with reduced artificial feel.

An IAS mismatch is also possible and in this case you will also get RUD CTRL and SPLR OUTBD and ELEVATOR FEEL caution lights.

47

PITCH TRIM caution light

-Either FCECU channel cannot control its related trim actuator.

-AS mismatch (+/- 17kts)

-Trim input commands disagree as a result of disagreement between both PFTUs.

48

ELEVATOR PRESS caution light

No 1,2 and 3 hydraulic systems are supplying pressure to the elevator PCUs.

49

Illumination of elevator trim shutoff switchlight and audio tone for elevator trim in motion

"Elevator Trim Switch Failure QRH"

This is a runaway trim situation. The trim has operated more than 3 seconds.

The elevator trim indicator will show full Nose up with ELEVATOR TRIM SHUTOFF switchlight pushed.

Don't confuse with Elevator Trim Indicator Failure. It's a separate QRH.

50

Elevator Trim indicator indicates off scale.

ELEVATOR TRIM INDICATOR QRH

Don't confuse with Elevator Trim Switch Failure. It's a different QRH.

51

FLAP POWER caution light

Flap Failure! The flaps will be locked in position where failure has occurred. Further flap movements are inhibited.

52

FLAP DRIVE caution light

Flap fault or FCU fault. Flaps might still operate but with reduced performance. If condition goes away, the fault is automatically reset.

53

Engine Temperature below 65°C

Which section is the QRH in?

Engine Temperature below 65°C QRH

Ice and rain protection, not engines and propellers

54

STALL

PF or PM: STALL!
PF: Go around, go around power (Apply Power and disengage AP) If required, roll wings level, lower nose.
PM: Condition Leavers Max "Power Set"
PM: Call deviations eg. "500 ft, descending"
PF: "Positive rate"
PM: At Vref and positive rate, "Gear Up"
PF: Through 150 kts, "Flaps 0, set climb power"

55

WINDSHEAR

PM or PF: "WINDSHEAR"
PF: "Windshear, Go Around Power" (Select GA, aggressively apply power to detent, smoothly rotate to GA pitch, )
PM: Set CLs to max"Power set" and call trends
PF: If still descending or EGPWS warning, set firewall power "Firewall Power"
Increase pitch as required, don't decelerate slower than V2. Gear and flaps stay as they are until climbing safely.

56

TCAS Resolution

"TCAS Climb" or "TCAS Descent"

57

Activation of either "PULL UP, PULL UP" or "TERRAIN TERRAIN PULL UP" or "OBSTACLE OBSTACLE PULL UP"

PM or PF: "TERRAIN"
PF: "TERRAIN GO AROUND POWER" (Select GA and aggressively apply power to rating, pitch to 20°. Don't change configuration until terrain clearance assured)
PM: CLS to max, "POWER SET", advise of trends
PF: If descending or EGPWS warnings apply firewall power "FIREWALL POWER". Never let speed decrease below V2 or Vga.

58

When can the AP be engaged after an engine failure?

1000ft agl and in trim and failed engine's propeller is feathered.

59

RTO due to APU fire

You're having a lousy day and you forgot to turn off the APU before takeoff.

APU fire QRC then On ground emergencies.

60

RTO due to Smoke

On Ground Emergencies QRC

61

RTO due to fueslage doors warning light

"Fuselage Doors Warning Light QRH"

62

FAIL light on PTU switch.

PTU is automatically disabled because it has failed to achieve normal pressure within 5 seconds after being commanded on, manually or automatically.

"PTU FAILURE QRH"

63

No1 HYD PRES and No2 HYD PRES Indicating no pressure

No 1 and No2 Hydraulic Systems Failure QRH

You will have to do a flapless landing, alternate gear extension and land with minimum crosswind. Assymetric power will have to be used to maintain directional control. This is a challenge because you can't select disc until below 150kts and use of reverse is not recommended.

64

If you lose hydraulic fluid and you have to run the "Loss of #_ Hydraulic Fluid QRH", what caution lights come on? What other warnings?

Associated ENGINE HYD PUMP and HYD ISO VLV, SPLR OUTBD, RUD HYD caution lights.

-Associated Hyd valve closed advisory light and no quantity indication on systems data on MFD

65

What is the main difference between GPS Integrity and NAV Integrity messages?

NAV INTEGRITY you have to use alternate means of navigating other than FMS. GPS INTEGRITY you just have to monitor the FMS position with other NAV aids.

66

"DC BUS" caution light

What if a MAIN DC BUS failure with no caution light?

DC BUS Caution Light QRH

MAIN DC BUS FAILURE, No "DC BUS" Caution light QRH

67

FLT COMPT DUCT HOT or CABIN DUCT HOT or CABIN PACK HOT or FLT COMP PACK HOT on the ground with the APU running.

"APU BLEED AIR OVERHEAT QRH"

68

Bomb threat, or suspicious device or object discovered before takeoff.

You have to decide if a rapid deplanement or evacuation is required. Advise passengers that a deplanement is taking place for technical reasons.

69

Bomb threat, or suspicious device or object discovered inflight.

When advised by FAs, time permitting contact dispatch and coordinate course of action with corporate security. Land at the nearest suitable airport and prepare for rapid deplanement or evacuation.

70

After completing the smoke or fuselage fire QRH, what is the response?

"Smoke checklist complete or Fuselage Fire checklist complete"

71

When is the ELC required?

High likelihood of evacuation.

72

Emergency Landing and evacuation signals

When should you use the alternate signals for notification?

Anytime: Lead Flight Attendant contact the flight deck. 1 chime or EMER.

2 Minutes Prior to landing: "Flight Attendants be seated" or 2 Chimes.

30 seconds prior to landing: "BRACE, BRACE BRACE" or 3 chimes.

After Landing: "Passengers remain seated, standby for further instructions, lead flight attendant contact the flight deck". Liaise with FAs. If an evacuation is needed, do On Ground Emergencies QRC"

"Evacuate Evacuate Evacuate!"

Use alternate system of notification only if failure of PA or intercom. Brief the FAs that the alternate signals will be used.

73

Pitot Heat 1 or 2 or stby caution light (Pitot Heat Failure)

If you are in icing conditions and the QRH doesn't get conducted in a timely manner, you can get an IAS mismatch and other caution lights associated with an IAS mismatch. If this happens, use the standby attitude indicator.

74

IAS or ALT Mismatch

You get other caution lights! ELEVATOR FEEL, PITCH TRIM, SPLR OUTBD, and RUD CTRL caution lights will illuminate.

75

Loss of Both ADCs. You wil loose both altitude and airspeed indications on pilots and co pilots PFDs.

"Loss of Both Airspeed and Both Altitude indications on Pilots and Co Pilots PFDs QRH"

ELEVATOR FEEL, PITCH TRIM, SPLR OUTBD, and RUD CTRL caution lights will illuminate.

76

RA (Message on PFD) or RAS (Message on ED)

They both have the same diagnosis. It's the same problem, the message is just either on the PFD or ED. When you call for a QRH in section 6 due to a message, be sure to say the message plus message on ED or PFD or MFD QRH.

77

No data displayed on PFD screen

Primary Flight Display Failure QRH.

78

Pitch or Roll Mismatch

Get on the STBY ATT right away!

79

Which section of the QRH for "FUSELAGE DOORS" WARNING LIGHT, and "INTERNAL DOORS" CAUTION LIGHT, as well as the emergency opening of doors?

Section 4: Air Conditioning and Pressurization

80

"POWERPLANT" (message on ED). What section of the QRH?

Section 5: APU, ENGINES and PROPELLERS

81

"ELEVATOR FEEL" and "PITCH TRIM" and "SPLR OUTBD" and "RUD CTRL" caution lights

Check MFD, ED and PFD for messages. If not call for the QRH for all them. These caution lights also illuminate for IAS MISMATCH, ALT MISMATCH and ADC failure. Look for messages and failed ASI and ALT. Only and only if there are no messages or other failures you call for this checklist.

82

TRU Caution Light

Failure of either TRU or Secondary Bus

83

What should be included in a passenger briefing during an emergency situation?

 Explaining the situation in layman’s terms;
 Reassuring the Guests that the situation is under control (e.g. “We would like to assure you that
this aircraft is perfectly capable of flying on one engine”);
 Tell them what course of action will take place (Example: “We are returning to Vancouver and will
be landing in approximately 10 minutes. After landing, you will see several vehicles approach the
aircraft. This is normal procedure”);
 Direct them to closely pay attention to, and follow, the instructions of the Flight Attendants; and
An update will be provided after landing.

84

If flying at 220kts and you lose pressure on the #1 Hydraulic pump, which caution lights will come on until system pressure is restores

#1 HYD PUMP, #1 HYD ISO VLV, #1 RUD HYD

85

Failure of both DC GENS and one AC GEN

Galley bus gets shedded

86

When does auto reversion of a screen failure occur?

Failure of ED

87

If you get a fuselage door warning light and pressurization remains normal can you continue flight?

Yes. Land at nearest suitable aero drone doesn't mean land immediately.

88

What are the normal and alternate emergency communications and what are the alternate signals?

1) Lead flight attendant contact the flight deck. 1 chime and it can be done with the EMER button.

2) 2 minutes prior to touchdown: "Flight attendants be seated". 2 chimes.

3) 30 seconds prior to touchdown: "Brace Brace Brace". 3 chimes.

4) Passengers remain seated and standby for further instructions.

5) "Evacuate Evacuate Evacuate". Or flight crew member opens the flight deck door and communicates it verbally.

89

Rapid Deplanement

Captain announces " Deplane Rapidly"

FO exits flight deck and takes command.

Once all pax out, lead FA confirms with Capt that everyone is out.

Capt exits with rest of crew and takes command outside.

90

"LDG GEAR INOP" caution light

Landing gear hydraulic sequence valve fails or the PSEU is unable to control the valve.

Alternate gear extension procedure is required.

91

"NOSE STEERING" caution light.

NWS switch on: steering system fault or nose wheel forced more than 70 degrees.

NWS switch off: Hydraulic pressure in steering system.

92

What section of he QRH for "TOUCHED RUNWAY" warning light?

Section 14: Landing Gear

93

Partial loss of hydraulic fluid loss from No.1 or No.2 hydraulic system. Which caution light will come on?

"#1 HYD ISO VLV" or "#2 HYD ISO VLV" caution light will come on. Run QRH.

94

"PTU CNTRL FAIL" message is on PTU switch.

PTU failure QRH. You can't use the PTU and the switch must stay in norm.

95

"ENG ADAPT HEAT 1 or 2" caution light

Both the primary and secondary electric engine intake heaters have failed.

96

How is an AoA vane heater failure indicated?

"PUSHER SYST FAIL" and related "STALL SYST FAIL" caution lights. There is a QRH procedure for "#1 STALL SYST FAIL" or "#2 STALL SYST FAIL" and "PUSHER SYST FAIL" caution lights.

97

"No.1 or No.2 RUD HYD" caution lights.

Associated hydraulic system pressure is low, or

FCECU has shut down a PCU because of a malfunction, or

RUD 1 or RUD 2 PUSH OFF switch light has been pushed.

98

"RUD CTRL" caution lights.

Associated hydraulic system failure, or

FCECU is unable to control rudder pressure, or

IAS mismatch of 17 knots (ELEVATOR FEEL, SPLR OUTBD, and PITCH TRIM caution lights will also come on.

99

Severe Icing

Autopilot disengage
Condition leavers max
Power Leavers adjust to achieve MCP
Advise ATC

Exit icing conditions

Min airspeed 190 knots

Ref: AOM 3.16

100

What action should you take if parked on a slippery apron and the aircraft surges forward after you move the condition leavers to start/feather.

Select fuel off.

You should move the condition leavers to start/feather one at a time.

Ref: Winter Ops Guide 10.1

101

Both engines flameout

Forced landing both engines inoperative QRH

102

"#1 or #2 Bleed Hot" caution light

There is an overheat, leak or over pressure in the bleed air system. Bleed system will automatically get shut down by ECU and ram air ventilation must be used.

*If the condition clears itself, the caution light will still stay on.

103

Fault A or Fault B

APD has broken and resulted in a pressure loss. You will also get a "CHECK FIRE DET" warning light.

Therefore you run the "CHECK FIRE DET" warning light and "FAULT A" or "FAULT B" caution light QRH.

104

BTL low advisory light on FPP. Which warning light will come on?

"CHECK FIRE DET" warning light.

Therefore you run the "CHECK FIRE DET" warning light and "BTL LOW" QRH.

105

"L or R TRU" caution light

A secondary bus short has occurred and an over current has tripped the related TRU primary circuit breaker. L and R secondary bus cross tie closes so the short circuit is transferred to the other TRU and at that moment the cross tie fuse will be blown, isolating the fault. This is indicated by the appropriate L or R TRU caution light coming on and loss of services on he related secondary bus.

106

How can you differentiate between a left or right AC Bus failure apart from the "L or R AC Bus" caution light?

You get the associated TRU, fuel aux pump.

You get "Stick pusher" caution light in both.

107

"#1 AC Gen" and "#2 AC Gen" along with "Prop Deice" caution light.

"#1 AC Gen" and "#2 AC Gen" QRH.

(Failure of both AC Gens with prop device on.

108

Fuel Spill (5 square meters or 50 square feet)

Do not operate electrical switches.
Deplane passengers.
Notify fire personal
File IHR

FOM 7.8.20

109

"DC GEN HOT"

EPCU doesn't take GEN offline. The pilot has to.

110

All indications on cabin pressurization panel reading zero.

Loss of cabin altitude, cabin rate and cabin diff indicators QRH.

111

What speed should you immediately slow down to or not exceed in the event of any landing gear malfunction?

185 knots. This is a limitation.

112

You select gear down but one of the main landing gears fails to lock down (you have 2 green and all other lights out)

Landing gear indicator malfunction QRH.

113

"Prop Deice" caution light

There is a major failure of the prop deicing system.

One or more blade heaters are not being heated.

TMCU is not powered.

114

Pitot Heat stby, 1, or 2 caution lights.

Pitot static switch is set to off.

Probe heater power source is not available.

Probe heater fails.

115

No 3. HYD pump caution light

DCMP has been operating for more than 60 seconds or system pressure falls below 900 psi.

116

You apply rudder input and the rudder is jammed.

Rudder Jam QRH. There is no QRC.

117

Which are the caution lights in section 6 of QRH? (2)

GPWS and ANTI COL Light

118

TCAS STBY (Message on PFD), and ATC FAIL (Message on ARCDU ATC section)

TCAS STBY QRH!

119

Partial loss of Hydraulic fluid.

"#1 or #2 HYD ISO VLV" QRH.

120

APU fire on the ground!

APU Fire QRC, then On Ground Emergencies QRC.

Ref: Sim and Training Guide 6.8.3

121

In an extended second second segment climb, what speed do you accelerate to if in icing conditions and when?

At 1000 ft accelerate to V2+20k or VGA+20k then turn on the ref switch. Remember to accelerate to Vfri+ 20;before you raise the flaps.

Ref: Training and Sim Guide