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EMERGENCY AIRSPEEDS

One-Engine-Inoperative

Best-Angle-of-Climb (VXSE)..
Best-Rate-of-Climb (VYSE)...
Enroute Climb...

125
125
125

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EMERGENCY AIRSPEEDS

Air Minimum Control Speeds (VMCA)

Flaps Up ..
Flaps Approach ..

Flaps Up ..94 Knots
Flaps App..93 Knots

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EMERGENCY AIRSPEEDS

Emergency Descent ...

184 Knots

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EMERGENCY AIRSPEEDS

Maximum Range Glide..

135 Knots

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ENGINE FAILURE

ENGINE FIRE
OR
FAILURE IN FLIGHT

Affected Engine:
1. Condition Lever... FUEL CUTOFF
2. Prop Lever...FEATHER
3. Firewall Fuel Valve...CLOSE
4. Fire Extinguisher (if fire warning persists)... ACTUATE

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ENGINE FAILURE

ENGINE FIRE ON GROUND

Affected Engine:
1. Condition Lever...FUEL CUTOFF
2. Firewall Fuel Valve...CLOSE
3. Starter Switch...STARTER ONLY
4. Fire Extinguisher(if fire warning persists)...ACTUATE

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ENGINE FAILURE

EMERGENCY ENGINE SHUTDOWN
ON THE GROUND

1. Condition Levers...FUEL CUTOFF
2. Prop Levers... FEATHER
3. Firewall Fuel Valves...CLOSE
4. Master Switch (gang bar)...OFF
5. Battery Bus...EMERG OFF
6. ESIS Power...OFF

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ENGINE FAILURE

ENGINE FAILURE DURING TAKEOFF
(AT OR BELOW V1)
TAKEOFF ABORTED

1. Power Levers...GROUND FINE
2. Brakes ...MAXIMUM

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ENGINE FAILURE

ENGINE FAILURE DURING TAKEOFF
(AT OR ABOVE V1)
TAKEOFF CONTINUED

1. VR Speed..ROTATE TO APPROX. 10° PITCH ATTITUDE
2. Landing Gear (when positive climb established)...UP
3. Airspeed...MAINTAIN V2 TO 400 FT AGL
4. Propeller (inoperative engine)... VERIFY FEATHERED

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ENGINE FAILURE

ENGINE FAILURE IN FLIGHT BELOW
AIR MINIMUM CONTROL SPEED
(VMCA)

1. Power.REDUCE AS REQUIRED TO MAINTAIN CONTROL
2. Nose ....LOWER TO ACCELERATE ABOVE VMCA

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ENGINE FAILURE

ELECTRICAL SMOKE OR FIRE

1. Oxygen Mask(s) ......DON
2. Mask Selector Switch ...EMERG
3. Mic Switch(es).... OXY

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ENGINE FAILURE

ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEM
SMOKE OR FUMES

1. Oxygen Mask(s) ......DON
2. Mask Selector Switch ...EMERG
3. Mic Switch(es).... OXY

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AIRSTAIR DOOR/CARGO DOOR
UNLOCKED [DOOR UNLOCKED]

If The [DOOR UNLOCKED] illuminates, or if an unlatched airstair door / cargo door is suspected:

1. All Occupants-.. SEATED WITH SEAT BELTS
SECURELY FASTENED

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EMERGENCY DESCENT

1. Power Levers ..IDLE
2. Prop Levers ..FULL FORWARD
3. Flaps (202 knots maximum)...APPROACH
4. Landing Gear (184 knots maximum)...DOWN
5. Airspeed....184 KNOTS MAXIMUM

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GLIDE

1. Landing Gear ... UP
2. Flaps... UP
3. Prop Levers ... FEATHERED
4. Airspeed .....135 KNOTS

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ELECTRICAL

DUAL GENERATOR FAILURE
[L DC GEN] & [R DC GEN]

1. Instrument Emergency Lights (if required)...ON
2. Generators ... RESET, THEN ON
If Either Generator Will Reset:
3. Operating Generator Loadmeter...MONITOR

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DUAL GENERATOR FAILURE
[L DC GEN] & [R DC GEN]
(continued)

If Neither Generator Will Reset:

4. ECS Mode.......................................................................OFF
5. Cockpit/Cabin Blower................................................AUTO
6. Non-essential Equipment.............................................OFF

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ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS

USE OF OXYGEN

CREW

1. Oxygen Mask(s)..........DON
2. Mic Switch(es).......OXY

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ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS

PRESSURIZATION LOSS
[CABIN ALT HI]

1. Oxygen Mask(s).........DON
2. Mic Switch(es).......OXY
3. Passenger Manual Drop Out... PULL ON
4. Descend.... AS REQUIRED

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ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS

HIGH DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE
[CABIN DIFF HI]

1. Bleed Air Valves.....ENVIR OFF
2. Oxygen (crew and passengers)... AS REQUIRED
3. Descend ...... AS REQUIRED

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ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS

AUTO-DEPLOYMENT
OXYGEN SYSTEM FAILURE
[CABIN ALT HI] ILLUMINATED,
[PASS OXYGEN ON] EXTINGUISHED

1. Passenger Manual Drop Out...... PULL ON

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ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS

BLEED AIR FAIL
[L BLEED FAIL] OR
[R BLEED FAIL]

1. Bleed Air Valve (affected engine).. PNEU&ENVIR OFF

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SPINS

1. Control Column..FULL FORWARD,AILERONSNEUTRAL
2. Full Rudder... OPPOSITE THE DIRECTION OF SPIN
3. Power Levers....IDLE
4. Rudder....NEUTRALIZE WHEN ROTATION STOPS
5. Execute a smooth pullout.

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FLIGHT CONTROLS

UNSCHEDULED ELECTRIC
PITCH TRIM ACTIVATION

1.Airplane Attd..MAINTAIN USING ELEVATOR CONTROL
2. AP/Trim Disconnect .... DEPRESS FULLY AND HOLD

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FLIGHT CONTROLS

UNSCHEDULED RUDDER BOOST
ACTIVATION

1. AP/Trim Disconn. DEPRESS TO 1ST LEVEL AND HOLD
2. Rudder Boost ....OFF
If Condition Persists:
3. YD/AP DISC (on Flight Guidance Panel)....PULL DOWN

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AVIONICS

AUTOPILOT FAILURES
AUTOPILOT MISTRIM [E] OR [A]
If A Mistrim Indication Continues For
More Than A Few Seconds

1. Flight Controls...HOLD FIRMLY
2. AP ..DISENGAGE

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AVIONICS

AUTOPILOT TRIM FAIL [TRIM]

1. Flight Controls.....HOLD FIRMLY
2. AP...DISENGAGE

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AVIONICS

AUTOPILOT AUTOMATIC
DISENGAGEMENT
If An Automatic Disengagement Occurs:

1. Maintain airplane control.
AP /TRIM Disconnect...........DEPRESS TO 1ST LEVEL TO
CANCEL HORN

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AVIONICS
ENHANCED GROUND PROXIMITY
WARNING SYSTEM
(EGPWS) (IF INSTALLED)
In IMC Or At Night:

1. Wings...LEVEL
2. Power...MAX ALLOWABLE
3. Pitch...INCREASE
• Promptly and smoothly increase pitch towards an initial pitch attitude of 20º to 25º.

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AVIONICS (CONTINUED)

ENHANCED GROUND PROXIMITY
WARNING SYSTEM
(EGPWS) (IF INSTALLED)
In IMC Or At Night:

• Adjust as required to avoid continuous buffeting and/or
stall warning.
• Adjust to maintain 125 KIAS.
4. Gear and Flaps...... UP