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

1. VR Speed...........ROTATE TO APPROXIMATELY 8°

2. Landing Gear (when positive climb established).........UP

3. Airspeed........MAINTAIN V2 TO 400 FEET AGL

4. Propeller (inoperative engine).....VERIFY FEATHERED

2

ENGINE FIRE OR FAILURE IN FLIGHT

1. Condition Lever................... FUEL CUTOFF

2. Propeller Lever..............................FEATHER

3. Firewall Fuel Valve..............PULL CLOSED

4. Fire Extinguisher (if required)..... ACTUATE

3

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

1. Power Levers.....GROUND FINE

2. Brakes....MAXIMUM (OR AS REQUIRED TO ACHIEVE STOPPING DISTANCE)

4

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

1. Reduce power on operative engine as required to maintain control.

2. Lower nose to accelerate above VMCA.

5

GLIDE

1. Landing Gear Control...........UP

2. Flaps..................................UP

3. Propeller Levers....FEATHERED

4. Airspeed....................140 KIAS

6


ENGINE FIRE ON GROUND

1.  Condition Lever...........FUEL CUTOFF

2.  Firewall Fuel Valve.....PULL CLOSED

3.  Ignition and Engine Start Swith.....STARTER ONLY

4.  Fire Extinguisher (if required).....ACTUATE

7

PROPELLER COLLISIONS DURING GROUND OPERATION

1.  Power Levers.......GROUND FINE OR IDLE

2.  Condition Levers.....FUEL CUTOFF

8

OIL PRESSURE LOW

(RED "L OR R OIL PRES LO"  ANNUNCIATOR)

1.  Oil Pressure Gauge.....CONFIRM BLOW 60 PSI

2.  If Confirmed.......SECURE ENGINE OR LAND AT THE NEAREST SUITABLE AIRPORT POINT IN TIME, USING THE MINIMUM POWER REQUIRED TO SUSTAIN FLIGHT

9

ENGINE HOT START

1.  Condition Lever......FUEL CUTOFF

2.  Ignition and Engine Start Switch.....STARTER ONLY

                        MOTOR UNTIL ITT FALLS BELOW 200°C

3.  Ignition and Engine Start Switch.....OFF

10


Fuel Pressure Low

Red, L or R "FUEL PRES LO" Annunciator

1.  Standby Pump (failed side)..............ON

11


Cabin Decompression

(Red "CAB ALT HI" Annunciator)

1.  Oxygen Control.........................CONFIRM ON

2.  Cabin Oxygen Control.....................PULL ON

3.  Crew.................................................DON MASK

4.  Mask Selector Switch........................NORMAL

5.  Headsets....................................................DON

6.  MIC Selector Switcches........OXYGEN MASK

12


Emergeny Descent

1.  Power Levers................................IDLE

2.  Propeller Controls.....SET 1700 RPM

3.  Flaps..................................................17°

4.  Landing Gear Control...............DOWN

5.  Airspeed..................................180 KIAS

13

High Differential Pressure

(Red "CAB DIFF HI" Annunciator)

1.  Bleed Air Valves..............ENVIR OFF

14


Bleed Air Line Failure

(Red, L or R "BL AIR FAIL" Annunciator)

1.  Bleed Air Valve (affected side)...............INST & ENVIR OFF

15


Environmental Failure

(Red, L or R "ENVIR FAIL" Annunciator)

1.  Bleed Air Valve (affected side).......CYCLE TO ENVIR OFF AND BACK TO OPEN

If [red] "ENVIR FAIL" Annunciator Extinguishes, CONTINUE OPERATION

If [red] "ENVIR FAIL" Annunciator Remains Illuminated:

2.  Bleed Air Valve (affected side)........................ENVIR OFF

16


Environmental Smoke or Fumes

or

Electical Smoke or Fire


1.  Oxygen Control..................................CONFIRM ON

2.  Crew............................DON MASK AND GOGGLES

3.  Mask Selector Switch.....EMERGENCY OR 100%

4.  Headsets.............................................................DON

5.  MIC Selector Switches....................OXYGEN MASK

17


Unscheduled Electric Elevator Trim

1.  Airplane Attitude......MAINTAIN (using elevator control)

2.  Control Wheel Disconnect Switch....DEPRESS FULLY

                        ("PITCH TRIM OFF" annuniator illuminated)

18


Unscheduled Rudder Boost Activation

1.  Control Wheel Disconnect Switch......DEPRESS AND HOLD (1st LEVEL)

2.  Rudder Boost Yaw Control Test Switch.....OFF

If Condition Persists:

3.  Rudder Boost Circuit Breaker....PULL

19


Single Inverter or AC Bus Failure

(L or R "AC BUS" Annunciator)

1.  AC Bus Switch (failed side).....OFF, THEN ON

20

Single Inverter followed by a Second Inverter or AC Bus Failure

(L or R "AC BUS" Annunciators)

1.  Attitude/Heading Control.....USE STANDBY ATTITUDE INDICATOR AND COMPASS

21

Dual Inverter Failure

(L and R "AC BUS" Annunciators)

1.  Attitude / Heading Control..... USE STANDBY ATTITUDE INDICATOR AND COMPASS

22


Dual Generator Failure

(Yellow L and R "DC GEN" Annunciators)

1.  Instrument Emergency Lights (if required).................ON

2.  Generators..............................................RESET, THEN ON

If Either Generator Will Reset:

3.  Do not exceed 100% load on operating generator

If Neither Generator Will Reset:

4.  Non-Essential Equipment...............................................OFF

23

Cargo Door or Cabin Door Unlocked

(Red "Cargo Door" or red "Cabin Door" Annunciator)

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

24

Spins

1.  Control Column.............................FULL FORWARD

                                                       AILERONS NEUTRAL

2.  Full Rudder..........OPPOSITE DIRECTION OF SPIN

3.  Power Levers..........................................FLIGHT IDLE

4.  Controls....NEUTRALIZE WHEN ROTATION STOPS

5.  Execute A Smooth Pullout

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GPWS Activation

(In-Flight Activation of GPWS Warning - "PULL UP, PULL UP" Voice Message)

In IMC or at Night:

1.  Wings...............................LEVEL

2.  Airspeed......................122 KIAS

3.  Power............MAX ALLOWABLE

4.  Gear and Flaps.........RETRACT

5.  Continue Climb at 122 KIAS Until All Visual and Aural Warnings Cease

 

In Day VMC:

1.  Evaluate Flight Path with Respect to Terrain

2.  Take Action as Necesary to Recover Safe Terrain Clearance