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1

Engine Failure above 450 ft

Lower collective pitch.
Enter Autorotation.
Establish steady glide of 52kts (IAS).
At 50ft initiate a flare.
At 10 feet, coordinate collective pitch with forward movement of cyclic stick to level aircraft and cushion landing.
Avoid rapid lowering of collective pitch or use of aft cyclic during initial ground contact or slide.

2

Engine Failure below 7 ft

Apply right pedal to prevent excessive yawing and right stick to minimize drift
Apply collective pitch as necessary in order to cushion landing.

3

Ditching Power Off

Perform autorotation
Lower collective pitch
Apply sideward stick after contact with water
Release seat belt and harness
Open both doors and exit helicopter

4

Ditching - Power On

Descend to hovering altitude over water
Unlatch doors
Passengers exit the aircraft
Fly to a safe distance away from passengers
Turn battery and alternator switches OFF
Close twist grip to idle position
Allow aircraft to settle in a level attitude, apply full collective
When aircraft begins to roll, reduce collective to full down.
Release seat belt and shoulder harness
When rotor blades have stopped turning, clear aircraft as quickly as possible.

5

Transmission Warning/Caution Indicators - Main Rotor

M/R XMSN TEMP/PRESS light comes on when transmission oil pressure drops below 2.5 psi or temperature exceeds 235 degrees F.

***LAND ASAP***

6

Transmission Warning/Caution Indicators - Main Rotor

Optional Chip Detector Caution Indicator:
Amber caution light (M/R XMSN CHIPS) on the instrument panel comes on to indicate possible deterioration of components within the main rotor transmission.

***LAND ASAP***

7

Transmission Warning/Caution Indicators - TAIL Rotor

Chip Detector Caution Indicator
An amber caution light (T/R XMSN CHIPS) on the instrument panel comes on to indicate possible deterioration of components within the tail rotor transmission.

***LAND ASAP***

8

Fuel Low Caution Indicator

Fuel Low light comes on when approximately 1 gallon of useable fuel remains in the tank.

***LAND IMMEDIATELY***

9

Clutch Warning Light

When the warning light is illuminated whenever the clutch is not fully engaged.
Be prepared for autorotation
***Land ASAP***

10

TAIL ROTOR FAILURE:
Indicated by uncontrollable yawing to the right.

Reduce power by lowering collective
Adjust airspeed to 50 - 60 knots
Use lateral cyclic in combination with collective pitch to limit side slip to a reasonable angle.
If conditions permit, place the twist-grip in IDLE position once landing area is selected and perform a normal autorotation.
Plane to land with little to no forward speed.

11

Loss of tail rotor at a Hover

Place twist grip at idle and perform hovering autorotation.

12

Air Restart

Establish Autorotation.
Pick a landing spot.
Mixture Idle Cutoff
Crack throttle 1/2”
Engage starter
Push mixture full rich

13

Fire on the ground

Mixture idle CUTOFF
Fuel valve - CLOSE
Battery - OFF
Alternator - OFF
Exit aircraft with extinguisher
Extinguish fire

14

Fire at cruise/altitude (Power on)

Maintain airspeed & Rotor RPM (Be prepared to perform autorotation at any time)
Immediately perform power-on landing to suitable area
If time permits:
A) battery -OFF
B) Alternator - OFF
C) Cabin Heater - OFF

UPON LANDING:
Throttle - CLOSED
Mixture - IDLE CUTOFF
Fuel Valve - Close

Exit aircraft with extinguisher and extinguish fire.

15

Fire at cruise/altitude (Power OFF)

Enter Autorotation
If time permits:
A) Mixture -Idle CUTOFF
B) FUEL Valve -CLOSED
C) Battery - OFF
D) Alternator - OFF
E) Cabin heater - OFF

UPON LANDING: Exit aircraft with extinguisher and extinguish fire

16

Electrical Fire in Flight

Battery - OFF
Alternator - OFF
Immediately perform power-on landing to suitable area

UPON LANDING:
A) Throttle - ClOSE
B) Mixture - IDLE CUTOFF (PULL)
C) Fuel Valve - CLOSE (PULL)
D) Exit Aircraft with extinguisher
E) Extinguish fire.

17

Smoke & Fume Elimination

A) Open Vents
B) Adjust Cabin heat and defog handle as required
C) Land ASAP