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PA-28-181-POH

PA-28-181-POH

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Piper Archer POH
Piper Archer POH

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Published by: doctrek on Apr 19, 2010
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Under certain moist atmospheric conditions at temperatures of -5 to 20 degrees C, it is possible for ice to
form in the induction system, even in summer weather. This is due to the high air velocity through the
carburetor venture and the absorption of heat from this air by vaporization of the fuel.

To avoid this, carburetor preheat is provided to replace the heat lost by vaporization. Carburetor heat
should be full on when carburetor ice is encountered. Adjust mixture for maximum smoothness.

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