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Engine Fire/Failure in Flight

Affected engine:1. Condition lever - FUEL CUTOFF2. Prop lever - FEATHER3. Firewall valve - CLOSE (EXTINGUISHER PUSH) and (CLOSED) - ILLUMINATED4. Fire extinguisher (if fire warning persists) - ACTUATE (DISCHARGED) - ILLUMINATED

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EMERGENCY ENGINE SHUTDOWN ON THE GROUND

1. Condition levers - FUEL CUTOFF2. Prop levers - FEATHER3. Firewall valves - CLOSE (EXTINGUISHER PUSH) and (CLOSED) - ILLUMINATED4. Master switch (gang bar) - OFF5. Battery bus switch - EMER OFF6. ESIS power - OFF

4

ENGINE FAILURE DURING TAKEOFF AT/BELOW V1 - TAKEOFF ABORTED

1. Power Levers - GROUND FINE2. Brakes - MAXIMUM (or as required to achieve desired stopping distance)

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ENGINE FAILURE DURING TAKEOFF AT/ABOVE V1 - TAKEOFF CONTINUED

1. VR speed - ROTATE TO APPROXIMATELY 10° PITCH ATTITUDE2. Gear - UP (When positive climb established)3. Airspeed - MAINTAIN V2 TO 400 ft AGL AND CLEAR OF OBSTACLES4. Prop (inoperative engine) - VERIFY FEATHERED

6

ENGINE FAILURE IN FLIGHT BELOW Vmca

1. Power - REDUCE AS REQUIRED TO MAINTAIN CONTROL2. Nose - LOWER TO ACCELERATE ABOVE Vmca

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GLIDE (BOTH ENGINES INOPERATIVE)

1. Landing Gear - UP2. Flaps - UPWARNING: Do not feather second engine propeller if a No Starter Assist air start is to be conducted. Air starts with a windmilling propeller will result in lower starting temperatures. Refer to Abnormal Procedures for Air Start Procedures.3. Prop Levers - FEATHERED4. Airspeed - 135 KTS

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

1. Instrument emergency lights (if required) - ON2. Generator - RESET, THEN ON If either generator will reset:3. Operating generator loadmeter - MONITORIf neither generator resets:4. ECS mode - OFF5. Cockpit/Cabin blower - AUTO6. Non-essential equipment - OFF

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UNSCHEDULED ELECTRIC PITCH TRIM ACTIVATION

1. Aircraft attitude - MAINTAIN WITH ELEVATOR CONTROL2. AP/Trim disconnect - DEPRESS FULLY (Pitch Trim OFF) - ILLUMINATED

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UNSCHEDULED RUDDER BOOST ACTIVATION

1. AP/Trim disconnect - DEPRESS/HOLD (FIRST LEVEL)2. Rudder boost - OFFIf condition persists:3. YD/AP DISC (on Flight Guidance Panel) - PULL DOWN

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SPINS

If a spin is entered inadvertently:1. Control column - FULL FORWARD - AILERONS NEUTRAL2. Rudder - APPLY FULL OPPOSITE SPIN DIRECTION3. Power levers - REDUCE TO IDLE ON BOTH ENGINESThese action should be accomplished as nearly simultaneously as possible4. RUDDER - NEUTRALIZE - HOLD UNTILE ROTATION STOPS5. Execute smooth pullout

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ELECTRICAL SMOKE OR FIRE

WARNING: Dissipation of smoke is not sufficient evidence that a fire has been extinguished. If it cannot be visually confirmed that no fire exists, land at the nearest suitable airport.1. Oxygen mask(s) - DON2. Mask selector switch - EMERG3. Mic switch(es) - OXY

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ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEM SMOKE OR FUMES

Oxygen: 1. Crew mask - DON 2. Mask selector switch - EMERG 3. Mic selector - OXY

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AIRSTAIR/CARGO DOOR UNLOCKED

WARNING: Do not attempt to check the security of the airstair door or cargo door in flight. Remain as far from the door as possible with seat belts securely fastened. If the [DOOR UNLOCKED] Illuminates, of 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 - IDLE2. Prop levers - FULL FORWARD3. Flaps - APPROACH/202 KTS MAX4. Landing gear - DOWN/184 KTS MAX5. Airspeed - 184 KTS MAX

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OXYGEN USE

Crew System:1. Crew mask - DON2. Mic Switches - OXYGEN MASK

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PRESSURIZATION LOSS [CABIN ALT HI]

1. Oxygen mask(s) - DON2. Mic switch(es) - OXYGEN MASK3. Passenger manual drop out - PULL ON [PASS OXYGEN ON] - ILLUMINATED4. Descent - AS REQUREDWARNING: The highest recommended cabin altitude for sustained flight is 25,000 ft.

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HIGH DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE

1. Bleed air valve switches - ENVIR OFF2. Oxygen (crew and passengers) - AS REQUIRED3. Descend as required

19

AUTO-DEPLOYMENT OXYGEN SYSTEM FAILURE

1. Passenger manual dropout - PULL ON

20

BLEED AIR FAILURE

If illuminated during flight:1. Bleed air valve switch (affected engine) - PNEU/ENVIR OFF

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AUTOPILOT MISTRIM [E] or [A]

WARNING: Intentional or automatic disengagement of the autopilot without restraining the control wheel during mistrim condition will produce a significant airplane response in the direction of the mistrim force.If a Mistrim Indication continues for more than a few seconds:1. Flight controls - HOLD FIRMLY (Control forces may exceed 25 lbs)2. AP - DISENGAGE

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AUTOPILOT TRIM FAIL [TRIM]

1. Flight controls - HOLD FIRMLY2. AP - DISENGAGE

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AUTOPILOT AUTOMATIC DISENGAGEMENT

If an Automatic Disengagement occurs:1. Maintain airplane control2. AP/TRIM disconnect - DEPRESS TO 1st LEVEL TO CANCEL HORN

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EGPWS in IMC or NIGHT

1. Wings - LEVEL2. Power - MAX ALLOWABLE3. Pitch - INCREASE- Promptly and smoothly increase pitch toward an initial pitch attitude of 20° to 25°- Adjust as required to avoid continuous buffeting and/or stall warning- Adjust to maintain 125 KIAS4. Gear and Flaps - UP

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TAWS+ in IMC or NIGHT

1. Autopilot - DISENGAGE2. Wings - LEVEL3. Power - MAX ALLOWABLE4. Pitch - INCREASE- Promptly and smoothly increase pitch toward an initial pitch attitude of 20° to 25°- Adjust as required to avoid continuous buffeting and/or stall warning- Adjust to maintain 125 KIAS5. Gear and Flaps - UP

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ENG FIRE ON GROUND

1. Condition Lever - FUEL CUTOFF2. Firewall Fuel Valve - CLOSE (EXTINGUISHER PUSH AND CLOSED) - ILLUMINATED3. Starter Switch - STARTER ONLY4. Fire Extinguisher [if fire warning persists] - ACTUATE [DISCHARGED] - ILLUMINATED