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The following should be performed for all emergencies..

1. Maintain control of the aircraft

2. Alert crew

3. Determine the precise nature of the problem

4. Complete the applicable emergency procedure or take action appropriate for the problem

5. Determine landing criteria and land as required. 

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Land immediately

Execute a landing without delay. 

3

Land as soon as possible 

Execute a landing at the first site at which a safe landing can be made

4

Land as soon as practicable

Extended flight is not recommended. The landing site and duration of flight are at the discretion of the PIC. 

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Engine malfunction in flight

*1. Control Nr

WARNING: Flying with greater than 110% torque with one engine inoperative may result in unrecoverable decay of Nr in the event of a dual-engine failure

*2. CONTGCY PWR switch - On

*3. Single-engine conditions - Establish

*4. ENG ANTI-ICE switches - As required

WARNING: With engine anti-ice on, up to 18% torque available is lost. Torque may be reduced as much as 49% with improperly operating engine inlet anti-ice valves. 

*5. External cargo/stores/fuel - Jettison/dump, as required

*6. Identify malfunction

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Engine High-Side Failure in Flight

*1. Engine Malfunction in flight emergency procedure - Perform

Note

• Ng does not pass through the EDECU and is a highly reliable signal.

• Torque signal may be erratic or drop off for high side conditions driven by EDECU failure.

*2. PCL (malfunctioning engine) - Retard to set: 
a. Torque 10% below good engine, or
b. Matched Ng, or
c. Matched TGT.

3. Land as soon as practicable.

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Engine High-Side Failure on Deck

*1. PCLs - Idle

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(#1/#2) ENG SPEED LOW

OR

ENG SPEED LOW

*1. Engine Malfunction in Flight emergency procedure — Perform.

2. PCL (malfunctioning engine) — Momentarily advance to LOCKOUT, then retard to set:

a. Torque 10% below good engine, or

b. Matched Ng, or

c. Matched TGT.

3. Land as soon as practicable.

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Engine Torque or TGT Spiking/Fluctuations 

1. Engine Malfunction in Flight emergency procedure - Perform

If fuel contamination is suspected:

2. Land as soon as possible

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Engine High-Speed Shaft Failure

1. Engine Malfunction in Flight emergency procedure - Perform

2. PCL (malfunctioning engine) - Off

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Compressor stall

1. Engine malfunction in flight emergency procedure - perform. 

2. PCL (malfunctioning engine) - IDLE.

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Engine Malfunction During Hover/Takeoff

1. Control Nr

2. CONTGCY PWR switch - ON

If a suitable landing site exits or unable to transition to forward flight:

3. Set level attitude, eliminate drift, cushion landing. 

If able to transition to forward flight: 

4. Engine Malfunction in Flight emergency procedure - Perform

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Abort Start

To abort start:
1. PCL - OFF.
2. ENGINE IGNITION - OFF.

If engine oil pressure is indicated:

3. Starter - Engage.

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Dual-Engine Failure

1. Autorotation - Establish.

2. Immediate Landing/Ditching emergency procedure - Perform.

If time and altitude permit:

3. Engine Air Restart emergency procedure - Perform.

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Single-Engine Failure In Flight

1. Engine Malfunction in Flight emergency procedure - Perform.

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Engine Air Restart

1. APU Emergency Start procedure - As required

2. ENGINE IGNITION switch - NORM

3. Fuel selector lever - DIR or XFD

4. PCL - OFF

5. Starter - Engage, motor engine. 

6. PCL - IDLE (TGT 80or less, if time permits). 

7. PCL - Advance to FLY after starter dropout. 

WARNING

 If APU is unavailable, and a crossbleed start is necessary, maximum torque available will be reduced during start sequence. Depending on operating conditions, level flight may not be possible. Ensure AIR SOURCE ECS/START switch is placed to ENG for crossblead starts. 

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APU Emergency Start

1. ECS - OFF

2. AIR SOURCE ECS/START switch - APU

3. FUEL PUMP switch - APU BOOST

4. APU CTRL switch - ON

5. APU GENERATOR SWITCH - ON

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Unusual Vibrations On Deck

1. Collective - Lower

2. PCLs - OFF

3. Rotor brake - Apply as required

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Hung Droop Stops

*1. Reengage rotor to greater than 75% Nr. 

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Low Rotor RPM Warning

*1. Control Nr.

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LEGEND:

Cautions:

MAIN XMSN OIL HOT

MAIN XMSN PRESS HI

MAIN XMSN PRESS LOW

(#1/#2) ACCESSORY CHIP

MAIN XMSN CHIP

 

Advisories:

MAIN XMSN OIL HOT

MAIN XMSN PRESS HI

MAIN XMSN PRESS LOW

If failure is imminent:

1. Land immediately

If secondary indications are present:

2. Land as soon as possible

3. APU Emergency Start Procedure - Perform.

4. No. 1 and No. 2 GENERATOR switches - OFF, as required

If no secondary indications are present:

5. Land as soon as practicable

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LEGEND:

INT XMSN CHIP

TAIL XMSN CHIP

IN XMSN OIL HOT

TAIL XMSN OIL HOT

If failure is imminent:

1. Land immediately

If failure is not imminent:

2. Land as soon as possible

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(#1/#2) INPUT CHIP

1. Main Transmission Malfunction emergency procedure - Perform

If engine secondary indications are present:

2. Engine Malfunction in Flight emergency procedure - Perform

3. PCL (engine with affected input module) - IDLE

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Loss of Tail Rotor Drive Altitude & Airspeed Sufficient to Establish Autorotation

1. PAC call - "AUTO, AUTO, AUTO"

2. Autorotaation - Establish. Center tail rotor pedals.

3. Drive failure - Attempt to verify.

4. Immidiate Landing/Ditching emergency procedure - Perform.

5. PCLs - OFF when directed (Prior to the flare).

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Loss of Tail Rotor Drive Altitude and Airspeed Not Sufficient to establish Autorotation

1. PAC call - "HOVER, HOVER, HOVER".

2. Collective - Lower.

3. PNAC - Hands on PCLs.

4. PCLs - OFF when directed (approximately 20 to 30 ft).

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Loss of Tail Rotor Control

1. Collective/airspeed - Adjust as required to control yaw

2. If hydrolic malfunction is evident:

  • TAIL SERVO switch - BKUP.
  • BACKUP HYD PMP switch - Check ON.
  • Backup Hydrolic Pump Fails to Operate emergency procedure - Perform, as required.

3. External cargo/stores/fuel - Jettison/dump, as required.

4. Land as soon as practicable.

5. APU Emergency Start Procedure - Perform prior to landing.

6. PCLs - As required

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TAIL ROTOR QUADRANT

1. Check for tail rotor control.

If tail rotor control is not available:

2. Loss of Tail Rotor Control Emergency procedure - Perform.

If tail rotor control is available:

3. Land as soon as practicable.

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HYD

1. Land immediately.

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#1 HYD PUMP

AND

#2 HYD PUMP

AND

#1 + #2 HYD PUMP FAIL

AND

BACK UP PUMP ON

1. Restrict flight control movement.

2. Land as soon as possible.

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#1 RSVR LOW

AND

#1 HYD PUMP

AND

BACK UP PUMP ON

1. SERVO switch — 1ST OFF.

2. Land as soon as practicable.

If the BACK UP RSVR LOW caution also appears or

the backup pump fails:

3. Land as soon as possible.

If the #2 PRI SERVO PRESS caution and/or HYD

warning appears:

4. Land immediately.