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Dash 8 Model 102

Emergency/Non-Normal checklist

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Immediate Action Items Index

ENGINE FIRE BEFORE V1 ........................................................ 9


ENGINE FAILURE BEFORE V1 ................................................. 9
SMOKE BEFORE V1 ................................................................ 17
SMOKE IN FLIGHT ................................................................... 18
FUSELAGE FIRE OR SMOKE KNOWN SOURCE .................. 19
FUSELAGE FIRE OR SMOKE UNKNOWN SOURCE ............. 20
MAIN OR AUX BATTERY HOT ................................................ 22
PITCH CONTROL JAM ............................................................ 46
ROLL CONTROL JAM ............................................................. 47
RAPID DEPRESSURIZATION .................................................. 58
EMERGENCY DESCENT ......................................................... 58
APU FIRE .................................................................................. 65

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Dash 8 Model 102 Caution Panel Quick Reference
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#1 STBY #1 ENG #2 ENG


EMER LTS #1 HYD TERRAIN RUD L STALL FLT DATA
PRI INV L AC BUS HYD PUMP FUEL FUEL
DISARMED FLUID HOT INOP PRESS WARNING RECORDER
22 29 HOT PRESS PRESS
35 50 67 68
35 56 56

ROLL SPLR
PITOT #2 STBY #2 ENG
SEC INV #2 HYD #1 BLEED #1 ENG #2 BLEED ROLL SPLR OUTBD R STALL
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R AC BUS HEAT 1 HYD PUMP HYD PUMP GPWS


22 FLUID HOT HOT HYD PUMP HOT INBD GND GND WARNING
29 64 HOT 34
35 60 32 60 49 49 67
35

ROLL SPLR
FLT COMPT PITOT #1 DC GEN #2 DC GEN ROLL SPLR NOSE PARKING
AUX INV DC BUS #1 DC GEN #2 DC GEN OUTBD
DUCT HOT HEAT 2 HOT HOT INBD HYD STEERING BRAKE
22 27 24 24 HYD
60 64 23 23 48 45
48

L WSHLD CABIN MAIN #1 AC GEN #2 AC GEN #1 RUD #2 RUD INBD OUTBD


L26 AC L TRU #1 AC GEN #2 AC GEN
HOT DUCT HOT BATTERY HOT HOT HYD HYD ANTISKID ANTISKID
28 23 23 23
64 60 22 23 23 50 50 44 44

R WSHLD AIR COND AUX #1 ENG #1 HYD ISO #2 HYD ISO #2 ENG RUD FULL FLAP LDG GEAR WT ON
R26 AC R TRU
HOT PACK HOT BATTERY MANUAL VLV VLV MANUAL PRESS DRIVE INOP WHEELS
28 23
64 60 22 12 32 34 12 50 54 38 44

L ELEV R ELEV #1 FUEL #2 FUEL


SIDE WDO DE-ICE #1 TANK #2 TANK FLAP FUELING
HORN HORN L TRU HOT R TRU HOT FLTR FLTR APU
HOT PRESS FUEL LOW FUEL LOW POWER ON
HEAT HEAT 23 23 BYPASS BYPASS 65
64 62 56 56 55
63 63 57 57

#1 ENG OIL #2 ENG OIL CHECK CABIN PASS MAIN BAT AUX BAT
SMOKE BAG DOOR
PRESS PRESS FIRE DET PRESS DOOR HOT HOT
17 67
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Index

Engines ENGINE FIRE BEFORE V1 ............. 9


ENGINE FAILURE BEFORE V1 ...... 9
ENGINE FIRE OR FAILURE
AFTER V1 ...................................... 10
ENGINE FIRE OR FAILURE
IN FLIGHT ...................................... 11
ABNORMAL OIL PRESSURE ........ 11
ECU FAILURE ................................ 12
ENGINE FIRE DETECTOR
LOOP FAILURE.............................. 12
SINGLE-ENGINE DESCENT
APPROACH ................................... 13
SINGLE-ENGINE LANDING ........... 13
SINGLE-ENGINE GO-AROUND .... 13
SINGLE-ENGINE AFTER
LANDING ........................................ 14
IN FLIGHT ENGINE START ........... 14

Propellers UNSCHEDULED PROPELLER


FEATHERING IN FLIGHT .............. 15
BETA LOCKOUT FAILURE
AFTER V1 ...................................... 15
PROPELLER GROUND RANGE
ADVISORY LIGHT CYCLING ......... 16
PROPELLER OVERSPEED ........... 16

Fuselage Fire SMOKE BEFORE V1 ..................... 17


& Smoke SMOKE IN FLIGHT ........................ 18
FUSELAGE FIRE OR SMOKE
KNOWN SOURCE ......................... 19
FUSELAGE FIRE OR SMOKE
UNKNOWN SOURCE .................... 20

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Index

Electrical MAIN OR AUX BATTERY


HOT ............................................. 22
MAIN BATTERY .......................... 22
AUX BATTERY............................ 22
INVERTER FAILURE .................. 22
TRU FAILURE ............................. 23
TRU HOT .................................... 23
AC OR DC GENERATOR HOT ... 23
AC GENERATOR FAILURE ........ 23
DC GENERATOR FAILURE........ 24
LOSS OF BOTH DC
GENERATORS ........................... 24
LOSS OF BOTH DC
GENERATORS AND ONE TRU .. 24
LOSS OF BOTH TRUS AND
ONE DC GENERATOR ............... 25
LOSS OF BOTH DC
GENERATORS AND BOTH
TRUS .......................................... 25
LOSS OF BOTH DC
GENERATORS AND BOTH AC
GENERATORS ........................... 26
MULTIPLE INVERTER
FAILURE ..................................... 26
DC BUS FAILURE ....................... 27
LEFT MAIN BUS FAILURE ......... 27
RIGHT MAIN BUS FAILURE ....... 27
26 AC BUS FAILURE .................. 28
115V AC VARIABLE
FREQUENCY BUS FAILURE...... 29
BATTERY ESSENTIAL
SERVICES .................................. 30

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Index

Hydraulics #1 HYDRAULICS SYSTEM


FAILURE ....................................... 32
#2 HYDRAULICS SYSTEM
FAILURE ....................................... 34
HYDRAULIC FLUID HOT ............... 35
STANDBY HYDRAULIC PUMP
HOT ................................................ 35
PARTIAL LOSS OF HYDRAULIC
FLUID FROM BOTH SYSTEMS ..... 36

Landing Gear ALTERNATE LANDING GEAR


EXTENSION ................................... 38
LANDING GEAR EXTENSION
USING THE PTU ............................ 39
LANDING GEAR INDICATOR
MALFUNCTION .............................. 39
ILLUMINATION OF AMBER
DOOR ADVISORY LIGHT(S) ......... 40
ILLUMINATION OF RED
LANDING GEAR UNSAFE
LIGHT(S) ........................................ 40
ALL LANDING GEAR FAIL TO
RETRACT ....................................... 40
LANDING GEAR FAILS TO
EXTEND ......................................... 41
WEIGHT ON WHEELS ................... 44
INBOARD OR OUTBOARD
ANTI-SKID ...................................... 44
NOSEWHEEL STEERING ............. 45

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Flight Controls PITCH CONTROL JAM ................ 46


ROLL CONTROL JAM ................. 47
ROLL CONTROL
MALFUNCTION............................. 48
SPOILER CABLE FAILURE .......... 48
INBOARD OR OUTBOARD
ROLL SPOILER MALFUNCTION .. 49
INBOARD OR OUTBOARD
GROUND SPOILER
MALFUNCTIONS .......................... 49
RUDDER CONTROL
MALFUNCTION............................. 50
#1 OR #2 RUDDER HYDRAULIC
MALFUNCTION............................. 50
RUDDER PRESSURE
MALFUNCTION............................. 50
RUDDER JAM ............................... 51
RUDDER TRIM ACTUATOR
RUNAWAY .................................... 52
AILERON TRIM TAB RUNAWAY ..52
MANUAL ELEVATOR TRIM
FAILURE ....................................... 52
ELEVATOR CONTROL
MALFUNCTION............................. 53

Flaps ABNORMAL FLAP LANDING........ 54


FLAP DRIVE MALFUNCTION ....... 54
FLAP POWER MALFUNCTION .... 55

Fuel LOW FUEL PRESSURE ............... 56


LOW FUEL LEVEL ........................ 56
FUEL FILTER IMPENDING
BYPASS WARNING ...................... 57
FUEL TRANSFER FAILURE ......... 57
ABNORMAL FUEL
TEMPERATURE ........................... 57

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Index

Air Conditioning RAPID DEPRESSURIZATION ....... 58


& Pressurization EMERGENCY DESCENT .............. 58
CABIN PRESSURIZATION
FAILURE ........................................ 58
BLEED HOT ................................... 60
AIR CONDITIONING PACK HOT ... 60
CABIN OR FLIGHT
COMPARTMENT DUCT HOT ........ 60
UNPRESSURIZED FLIGHT ........... 61
RAM AIR VENTILATION ................ 61
ALTERNATE PRESSURIZATION
MODES .......................................... 61

Ice Protection AIRFRAME DEICING SYSTEM


AIR SUPPLY FAILURE .................. 62
ELEVATOR HORN HEAT
FAILURE ........................................ 63
AIRFRAME BOOT FAILURE .......... 63
PROPELLER DEICING SYSTEM
FAILURE ........................................ 63
ENGINE INTAKE BOOT
FAILURE ........................................ 64
WINDSHIELD OVERHEAT ............ 64
SIDE WINDSHIELD OVERHEAT ... 64
PITOT HEAT FAILURE .................. 64

APU APU FIRE ....................................... 65


APU STARTER CONTACTOR
FAILURE ........................................ 65
APU GENERATOR OVERHEAT .... 65
APU REARBAY OVERHEAT ......... 65
APU BLEED AIR OVERHEAT ........ 66

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Index

Miscellaneous PASSENGER OR BAG DOOR


WARNING ................................... 67
CRACKED WINDSHIELD ........... 67
LEFT OR RIGHT STAL
WARNING FAILURE ................... 67
ABNORMAL INDICATIONS OF
AIRSPEED, ALTITUDE, AND
VERTICAL SPEED ...................... 67
AUTOPILOT AFCS
MALFUNCTIONS ........................ 68
KNS MESSAGES ........................ 68
FLIGHT DATA RECORDER
FAILURE ..................................... 68
TCAS FAILURE ........................... 69
SAHS FAILURE........................... 69
AHRS FAILURE .......................... 70
AHRS PRIMARY POWER
SOURCE FAILURE ..................... 71
UNS MALFUNCTION .................. 71
EMERGENCY OPENING OF
FLIGHTDECK DOOR .................. 72
INCAPACITATED FLIGHT
ATTENDANT ............................... 73
FORCED LANDING WITH BOTH
ENGINES OPERATING .............. 74
FORCED LANDING WITH BOTH
ENGINES INOPERATIVE ........... 75
EMERGENCY LANDING
PROCEDURES ........................... 77
AIRCRAFT DITCHING ................ 78
OBSERVERS JUMPSEAT
BRIEFING CARD ........................ 80

Landing Distance FLAPS 15 LANDING ................... 83


Charts FLAPS 35 LANDING ................... 84
RUNWAY SLOPE CHART .......... 85

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ENGINE FIRE BEFORE V1

1) Parking Brake .................................................................................... Set


2) Power Levers ...........................................................................Flight Idle
3) Condition Levers ........................................................................ Fuel Off
4) Fuel Off Handle ................................................................................ Pull
5) Extinguisher Switch ......................................................... Forward Bottle
6) AUX Pumps ....................................................................................... Off
7) Notify ATC and Evacuate Cabin as required.
Wait up to 30 seconds, if fire persists:
8) Extinguisher Switch ..................................................................Aft Bottle
9) APU/DC External Power.................................................................... Off
10) Battery Master ................................................................................... Off
11) Flight Crew............................................................ Evacuate as required
12) Engine Fire Before V1 checklist .............................................. Complete

ENGINE FAILURE BEFORE V1

1) Parking Brake ................................................................................ Set


2) Power Lever ........................................................................ Flight Idle
3) Condition Lever ...................................................................... Fuel Off
4) Fuel Off Handle .............................................................................Pull
5) AUX Pump......................................................................................Off

6) ATC/FA/Company ............................................................................ Notify


7) Engine Failure Before V1 checklist ........................................... Complete

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ENGINE FIRE OR FAILURE AFTER V1

(SILENT)

1) Gear ...................................................................................................... Up
2) Power Lever (affected engine) .................................................. Flight Idle
3) Condition Lever (affected engine) ................................................ Fuel Off
4) Propeller (affected engine) ............................................. Verify Feathered
5) Fuel Off Handle ............................................................................... Pulled
6) (Following a fire), bottle discharge light(s)........................................... Out
7) AUX Pump (affected engine)................................................................ Off
8) Flaps ..................................................................................................... Up
9) Autofeather ........................................................................................... Off
10) Bleed (operating engine) ...................................................................... On
11) Bleed Selector .................................................................................... Max
12) Power Lever .................................................................... Max Continuous
13) Ignition:
Operating Engine ............................................................ Manual
Failed Engine ......................................................................... Off
14) Standby Pumps .................................................................................... On
15) AUX Pump (operating engine) ............................................................. On
-Transfer fuel as required to maintain fuel balance
16) Ice Protection......................................................................... As Required
17) Pressurization ............................................................................. Checked
18) Temps & Pressures ..................................................................... Checked

(ALOUD)

19) Both Power Levers ....................................................... Operate Together


20) Landing Distance Factor .................................................... (1.36)Flaps 15
21) General Landing Distance .......................................... 3074 Dry/3820 Wet
22) ATC/FA/Company ............................................................................ Notify
23) Engine Fire or Failure After V1 checklist ....................................Complete

Proceed with the


SINGLE-ENGINE DESCENT APPROACH checklist
on Page 13.

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ENGINE FIRE OR FAILURE IN FLIGHT

(SILENT)

1) Power Lever (affected engine) .................................................... Flight Idle


2) Condition Lever (affected engine) .................................................. Fuel Off
3) Propeller (affected engine) ............................................... Verify Feathered
4) Fuel Off Handle ................................................................................. Pulled
5) (Following a fire), bottle discharge light(s)............................................. Out
6) AUX Pump (affected engine) .................................................................. Off
7) Condition Lever (operating engine) ...................................................... Max
8) Power Lever (operating engine) .............................................. As Required
9) Standby Pumps ...................................................................................... On
10) AUX Pump (operating engine) ............................................................... On
-Transfer fuel as required to maintain fuel balance
11) Sync Off
12) Ignition
Operating Engine .................................................................... Manual
Failed Engine ................................................................................. Off
13) Bleed (affected engine) .......................................................................... Off
14) Seatbelt Sign .......................................................................................... On
15) Pressurization ................................................................................Checked

(ALOUD)

16) Both Power Levers ......................................................... Operate Together


17) Landing Distance Factor ......................................................(1.36)Flaps 15
18) General Landing Distance ............................................ 3074 Dry/3820 Wet
19) ATC/FA/Company .............................................................................. Notify
20) Engine Fire or Failure In Flight checklist ..................................... Complete

Proceed with the


SINGLE-ENGINE DESCENT APPROACH checklist
On Page 13.

ABNORMAL OIL PRESSURE

#1 ENG OIL PRESS or #2 ENG OIL PRESS

For 40-55 psi:


1) Power Lever .................................................................................. Flight Idle

To reduce in-flight drag:


2) Condition Lever (affected engine)............................................ Start/Feather

If the indicated oil pressure is below 40 psi or continuous illumination of


the number one or number two ENG OIL PRESS warning light:

3) Complete the engine shut down procedure and accomplish the ENGINE
FIRE OR FAILURE AFTER V1 checklist on Page 10 or the ENGINE
FIRE OR FAILURE INFLIGHT checklist Page 11 as appropriate.

4) Abnormal Oil Pressure checklist ................................................... Complete

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ECU FAILURE

#1 ENG MANUAL or #2 ENG MANUAL

After reaching acceleration altitude, and for all subsequent phases of flight:
1) Autofeather Switch .............................................................................. Off
2) Engine ECU Selector .................................................................... NORM
3) ECU Mode Switch (affected engine)............................................ Manual
4) Power Lever (affected engine)............................................. As Required

For approach and landing:


5) Engine ECU Selector ........................................................................TOP

TOP should be selected during the normal descent checklist.

On landing, do not retard Power Lever below Disc.

On the engine with the inoperative ECU:


Power lever positions will be asymmetric for symmetric torque.
The rate of engine response to power lever advancement will be
reduced at altitudes above 15,000 ft and at all altitudes with torque
below 50%.

The following applies to operations above 15,000 ft:


Engine surge may be encountered at altitudes above 15,000 ft and is
identified by a muffled popping sound and an unscheduled ITT rise on
the affected engine.
Engine surge can result from rapid power lever motion, particularly with
the engine bleed off.
To clear engine surge, immediately retard the power lever of the
affected engine until the popping sound stops and the ITT decreases.
Reset torque by slowly advancing the power lever of the affected
engine until the desired torque is achieved.

6) ECU Failure checklist................................................................Complete

ENGINE FIRE DETECTOR LOOP FAILURE

FAULT A or FAULT B

1) With the Appropriate Loop Select Knob, select the Non-illuminated


Position.
2) Engine Fire Detector Loop Failure checklist .............................Complete

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SINGLE-ENGINE DESCENT APPROACH

1) ECU ...................................................................................................... TOP


2) Hydraulic Panel ...............................................................................Checked
3) Altimeters ................................... VERIFY ............................ _____ (IN HG)
4) Landing Data.............................. VERIFY ........................... ____, ____ Set
5) Standby Pumps........................................................................................ On
6) Approach Briefing ......................................................................... Complete
7) Single-Engine Descent Approach checklist ................................. Complete

SINGLE-ENGINE LANDING

(Challenge-Response-Response)

FOR #1 ENGINE INOPERATIVE:


1) Landing Gear ....................................................................................... Down

Verify 3 Green Lights Illuminated


2) Flaps ......................................................................................................... 15
3) Condition Lever ..................................................................................... MAX
4) Caution Panel ............................................................................ Appropriate

FOR #2 ENGINE INOPERATIVE:


1) PTU .......................................................................................................... On
2) Landing Gear ....................................................................................... Down

Verify 3 Green Lights Illuminated


3) PTU .......................................................................................................... Off
4) Flaps ......................................................................................................... 15
5) Condition Lever ..................................................................................... MAX
6) Caution Panel ............................................................................ Appropriate

1) Pressurization Panel ............................................. Checked, Below .5 (PSI)


2) Bleed ........................................................................................................ Off
3) Flaps ......................................................................................................... 15
4) SingleEngine Landing checklist .................................................. Complete

SINGLE-ENGINE GO-AROUND

(SILENT)

1) Gear ......................................................................................................... Up
2) Flaps ........................................................................................................ Up
3) Bleed (operating engine) ......................................................................... On
4) Power Lever ........................................................................ Max Continuous
5) Temps & Pressures ........................................................................Checked
6) Pressurization .................................................................................Checked

(ALOUD)

7) Single-Engine Go-Around checklist .............................................. Complete

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SINGLE-ENGINE AFTER LANDING

1) Main Bus Tie......................................................................................... On


2) Ice Protection........................................................................................ Off
3) Lights .......................................................................................As required
4) Flight/Taxi Switch ............................................................................... Taxi
5) AUX Pump ............................................................................................ Off
6) Radar ............................................................................................ Standby
7) Control Lock ......................................................................................... On
8) Flaps ..................................................................................................... Up
9) Transponder ................................................................................. Standby
10) Single-Engine After Landing checklist ........................................Complete

IN FLIGHT ENGINE START

Unless an emergency exists, do not restart an engine in the time period of 4


minutes to 25 minutes after shutdown unless Nh is 3% or greater. Use the
in flight engine start envelope below.

1) Sync ...................................................................................................... Off


2) Power Lever .............................................................................. Flight Idle
3) Condition Lever ............................................................................ Fuel Off
4) Fuel Off Handle ............................................................................. Push In
5) Ignition ........................................................................................... Manual
6) Bleed switch ......................................................................................... Off
7) AUX Pump ............................................................................................ On
8) Autofeather ........................................................................................... Off
9) Alternate Feather .............................................................................. Norm
10) Bus Tie ............................................................................................... Tied
11) Start Select Switch .......................................................................... Select
12) Engine Start Switch .......................................................................... Press
13) Condition Lever (at 10 to 19% Nh) ....................................... Start/Feather
When engine stabilizes:
14) Condition Lever ................................................................................... Min

If prop does not unfeather immediately, select alternate feather/unfeather


switch to UNFEATHER.

Following prop unfeathering:

15) Power Lever ............................................................................As required


16) DC & AC generator caution lights ....................................................... Out
17) AUX Pump ............................................................................................ Off
18) Bleeds ................................................................................................... On
19) Ignition Switches......................................................................As required
20) Bus Tie ................................................................................................. Off
21) Sync ...................................................................................................... On
22) In-Flight Engine Start checklist ...................................................Complete

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UNSCHEDULED PROPELLER FEATHERING IN FLIGHT

1) Power Lever (affected engine) ................................................. Flight Idle


2) Accomplish the engine shut down procedure.
3) Complete the ENGINE FIRE OR FAILURE AFTER V1 checklist on
Page 10 or the ENGINE FIRE OR FAILURE INFLIGHT checklist on
Page 11 as appropriate.
4) Unscheduled Propeller Feathering In Flight checklist .............. Complete

BETA LOCKOUT FAILURE AFTER V1

1) Power Lever (affected engine) .. As required to not exceed 100% torque


2) Condition Levers .......................................................................900 RPM
3) Continue the flight with the condition levers at MIN/900 RPM.

Approach and Landing:

4) Flaps...................................................................................... 15 Degrees
5) Condition Levers .......................................................................900 RPM
6) Landing Distance Factor .................................................. (1.14)Flaps 15
7) General Landing Distance........................................ 2577 Dry/3350 Wet

Go-Around from Final Approach:

8) Condition Levers ............................................................................... Max

The RPM of the affected propeller will commence cycling above 1,000 Np.

9) Power Levers ................................... Advance to Normal Takeoff Power

Adjust the Power Lever of the affected engine to ensure that the peak
torque does not exceed 100%.

With normal inflight takeoff power set on the non-affected engine, the
Power Lever positions will be asymmetric.

10) Once established at 1500 feet, proceed with item 1.


11) Beta Lockout Failure After V1 checklist ................................... Complete

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PROPELLER GROUND RANGE ADVISORY LIGHT CYCLING

1) Power Levers................................................... Advance above Flight Idle


2) Avoid Power Lever positions that result in illumination of ground range
advisory lights.
3) Landing Distance Factor .................................................... (1.14)Flaps 15
(1.15)Flaps 35
4) General Landing Distance .........................(Flaps 15) 2577 Dry/3350 Wet
(Flaps 35) 2332 Dry/3031 Wet

Do not select affected Power Lever aft of Flight Idle gate on landing.

5) Propeller Ground Range Advisory Light Cycling checklist .........Complete

PROPELLER OVERSPEED

1) Synchrophase....................................................................................... Off
2) Airspeed ........................................................................................Reduce

Minimum airspeed will be appropriate to flap configuration and flight


conditions.

3) Power Lever (affected engine) .................................................. Flight Idle


4) Condition Lever (affected engine) ............................... START/FEATHER
5) Alternate Feather Switch (affected engine) .............................. FEATHER
6) Power Lever (non-affected engine) As required to maintain desired flight
profile

If propeller does not feather:

- DO NOT SHUT DOWN THE ENGINE

7) Alternate Feather Switch (affected engine) ...................................... Norm


8) Condition Levers................................................................................. Max
9) Power Lever (affected engine) ........ Advance. Do not exceed 1212 RPM
10) Power ......... As required to maintain the desired flight profile and reduce
airspeed

Power and POWER levers will be asymmetric.

11) Land as soon as possible.


12) Propeller Overspeed checklist....................................................Complete

If propeller does feather:

7) Accomplish the engine shutdown procedure.


8) Complete the ENGINE FIRE OR FAILURE AFTER V1 checklist on
Page 10 or the ENGINE FIRE OR FAILURE INFLIGHT checklist Page
11 as appropriate.
9) Propeller Overspeed checklist....................................................Complete

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SMOKE BEFORE V1

SMOKE Before V1

1) Both Power Levers .......................................................................Disc


2) Braking .......................................................... Maximum until stopped
3) Parking Brake ................................................................................ Set
4) Power Levers....................................................................... Flight Idle
5) Condition Levers..................................................................... Fuel Off
6) Notify ATC and Evacuate Cabin.
7) APU/DC External Power ................................................................ Off
8) Battery Master ................................................................................ Off
9) Flight Crew ....................................................... Evacuate as required
10) Smoke Before V1 checklist ................................................. Complete

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SMOKE IN FLIGHT

SMOKE In Flight

1) Flight Crew ...................... Suit up & Communicate


2) RECIRC Fan .................................................... Off
3) Cabin Signs ...................................................... On

On aircraft 914 thru 975, 837 & 838, with


MASK selected, PA transmissions can be
made with the captains side only using the
interphone system.

4) Establish Communications with Flight Attendant


5) Instruct the Flight Attendant on the following:

Turn on the Baggage Compartment Light.


Check the Baggage Compartment Access Door
for a possible fire; feel for heat.
If the access door is hot, immediately report to
the flight crew.
Otherwise, open the door and check for evidence
of a fire.
If required, use the PBE and fire extinguishers
located in row 9 to extinguish the fire.

5) If it is determined that there is, or has been a fire,


land as soon as possible.
6) AUTO/MAN/DUMP Switch (if necessary) ....... Dump
7) ATC/Company ................................................ Notify

Descend below 14,000 ft as soon as possible

8) Smoke In Flight checklist .......................... Complete

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FUSELAGE FIRE OR SMOKE, KNOWN SOURCE

1) Flight Crew ..................... Suit up & Communicate


2) RECIRC Fan.................................................... Off
3) Cabin Signs ..................................................... On

On aircraft 914 thru 975, 837 & 838, with MASK


selected, PA transmissions can be made with the
captains side only using the interphone system.

4) Emergency Lights ................................. As required

For Fire or Smoke in Flight Compartment:

5) Extinguish fire with portable fire extinguishers.


6) Cabin Altitude Manual Control Knob....... Increase
7) Fwd Outflow Valve (if necessary) ................ Open

Descend below 14,000 ft as soon as possible


8) ATC/FA/Company........................................ Notify
9) Fuselage Fire or Smoke, Known Source checklist
.............................................................. Complete

For Fire or Smoke in Cabin:

5) Evacuate passengers from the affected area.


6) Extinguish fire with portable fire extinguishers.
7) Open baggage compartment access door at rear
of cabin.
8) AUTO/MAN/DUMP Switch (if necessary) ... Dump

Descend below 14,000 ft as soon as possible

9) ATC/FA/Company........................................ Notify

10) Fuselage Fire or Smoke, Known Source checklist


.............................................................. Complete

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FUSELAGE FIRE OR SMOKE, UNKNOWN
SOURCE

1) Flight Crew .................... Suit up & Communicate


2) RECIRC Fan .................................................. Off
3) Cabin Signs .................................................... On

On aircraft 914 thru 975, 837 & 838, with MASK


selected, PA transmissions can be made with the
captains side only using the interphone system.

4) Emergency Lights ................................. As required

To prepare for and manage a landing as soon as


possible, the procedures in this checklist may be
terminated prior to completion.

IF Bleed Source or Air Conditioning Suspected:

5) Bleed Air 1 .......................................................... Off


Wait up to one minute. If conditions improve leave
bleed air switch off.

If conditions improved:
6) Fuselage Fire or Smoke Unknown Source
checklist..................................................... Complete

If conditions did not improve:


7) Bleed Air 1 ............................................................ On
8) Bleed Air 2 ............................................................ Off
Wait up to one minute. If conditions improve leave
bleed air switch off.

If conditions improved:
9) Fuselage Fire or Smoke, Unknown Source
checklist................................................... Complete

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FUSELAGE FIRE OR SMOKE, UNKNOWN SOURCE
(Continued)

(Continued)

If conditions still do not improve:


9) Bleed Air Switches ........................................... Off
10) Descend below 14,000 ft as soon as possible.
11) Proceed with If source of fire or smoke cannot
be identified below.

If source of fire or smoke cannot be identified:

5) Dome Light ........................................ As required


6) Battery Master ................................................. On
7) Main & AUX Batteries ...................................... Off
8) Both DC Generators ........................................ Off
9) Both AC Generators ........................................ Off
10) ATC/FA/Company........................................ Notify
11) Land as soon as possible.

Automatic control of cabin altitude is lost. Cabin


differential pressure will increase until the safety
outflow valve opens.

See BATTERY ESSENTIAL SERVICES on Page 30


for list of powered services.

12) Fuselage Fire or Smoke, Unknown Source


checklist ................................................ Complete

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MAIN OR AUX BATTERY HOT

MAIN BAT HOT or AUX BAT HOT

1) Battery Temp Monitor .............................................. Confirm Overheat


2) Affected Battery switch .................................................................... Off

If battery temperature continues to rise:


3) Land as soon as possible.
4) Main or Aux Battery Hot checklist ..............................................Complete

MAIN BATTERY

MAIN BATTERY

1) Main Battery switch ............................................ Off, then to MAIN BATT

If caution light remains on:


2) Main Battery switch ............................................................................. Off
3) Main Battery checklist ...............................................................Complete

AUX BATTERY

AUX BATTERY

1) AUX Battery switch ............................................. Off, then to AUX BATT

If caution light remains on:


2) AUX Battery switch ............................................................................. Off
3) AUX Battery checklist ...............................................................Complete

INVERTER FAILURE

PRI INV

1) Auxiliary Inverter switch ......................................................................... L


2) Primary Inverter switch ....................................................................... Off
3) Primary Inverter Failure checklist .............................................Complete

SEC INV

1) Auxiliary Inverter switch ........................................................................ R


2) Secondary Inverter switch .................................................................. Off
3) Secondary Inverter Failure checklist.........................................Complete

AUX INV

1) Auxiliary Inverter switch ...................................................................... Off


2) Auxiliary Inverter Failure checklist ............................................Complete

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ONLY TO BE USED ON AIRCRAFT THAT HAVE
400 HZ BUS MOD INSTALLED ON
AIRCRAFT.

REFERENCE FLIGHT RELEASE FOR SIL.

INVERTER FAILURE

PRI INV

1) Primary Inverter switch ......................................................................... Off


2) Auxiliary Inverter switch ........................................................................... L
3) Primary Inverter Failure checklist .............................................. Complete

SEC INV

1) Secondary Inverter switch .................................................................... Off


2) Auxiliary Inverter switch .......................................................................... R
3) Secondary Inverter Failure checklist.......................................... Complete

AUX INV

1) Auxiliary Inverter switch ........................................................................ Off

With the Auxiliary Inverter switch selected L or R and a failure of the


primary, secondary, or auxiliary inverter, both associated inverters may
indicate failed (illumination of PRI INV and AUX INV or SEC INV and AUX
INV caution lights). Selection of PRI INV or SEC INV switch OFF, may result
in the AUX INV caution light extinguishing.

If caution light remains on:


2) Auxiliary Inverter switch ........................................................................ Off
3) Auxiliary Inverter Failure checklist ............................................. Complete

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TRU FAILURE

L TRU or R TRU

1) Pull the appropriate L TRU or R TRU circuit breaker (located on the


115v variable AC circuit breaker panel on the right rear bulkhead).
2) TRU Failure checklist ............................................................... Complete

TRU HOT

L TRU HOT or R TRU HOT

1) Pull the appropriate L TRU or R TRU Circuit Breaker (located on the


115v variable AC circuit breaker panel on the right rear bulkhead).
2) TRU Hot checklist..................................................................... Complete

AC or DC GENERATOR HOT

#1 DC GEN HOT or #2 DC GEN HOT


#1 AC GEN HOT or #2 AC GEN HOT

1) Affected DC or AC Generator switch .................................................. Off

Continued operation of the engine after the generator is switched OFF is


permissible for the remainder of the flight. The affected DC GEN HOT
or AC GEN HOT caution light may remain illuminated.

2) AC or DC Generator Hot checklist ........................................... Complete

AC GENERATOR FAILURE

#1 AC GEN or #2 AC GEN

1) Affected AC Generator switch .............................................. Off, then On

After selecting the affected AC Generator switch back to ON, it may be


necessary to cycle the synchrophase switch to maintain propeller
synchronization.

If caution light remains on:


2) Affected AC Generator switch ............................................................. Off
3) AC Generator Failure checklist ................................................ Complete

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DC GENERATOR FAILURE

#1 DC GEN or #2 DC GEN

1) Affected DC Generator switch ............................................. Off, then On

If caution light remains on:


2) Affected DC Generator switch ............................................................ Off
3) DC Generator Failure checklist.................................................Complete

LOSS OF BOTH DC GENERATORS

#1 DC GEN AND #2 DC GEN

1) DC Generators ................................................. Off then On (individually)

If caution lights remain on:


2) Affected DC Generators ..................................................................... Off
3) AUX and Main Battery switches ......................................................... Off

With the Battery Master switch OFF, failure of one TRU will cause loss of
all electrical power until the Battery Master switch is selected ON.
The AHRS will require a 3 minute re-initialization before displaying
valid attitude and heading data.

4) Battery Master switch ......................................................................... Off


5) Land as soon as practicable.
6) Loss of Both DC Generators checklist ......................................Complete

LOSS OF BOTH DC GENERATORS AND ONE TRU

#1 DC GEN + #2 DC GEN + L TRU or R TRU

1) DC Generators ................................................. Off then On (individually)

If caution lights remain on:


2) Battery Master switch ......................................................................... On
3) AUX Battery and Main Battery switches ............................................. Off
4) Land as soon as possible.

See BATTERY ESSENTIAL SERVICES on Page 30 for list of powered


services.

Automatic control of cabin altitude is lost. Cabin differential pressure will


increase until the safety outflow valve opens. When below 14,000 ft
use manual pressurization control to depressurize cabin.

5) Loss of Both DC Generators and One TRU checklist ..............Complete

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LOSS OF BOTH TRUS AND ONE DC GENERATOR

L TRU + R TRU + #1 DC GEN or #2 DC GEN

1) Emergency Lights switch ...................................................... On then Off

If emergency lighting is required:


2) Emergency Lights switch .................................................................... On
3) Loss of Both TRUs and One DC Generator checklist ............. Complete

LOSS OF BOTH DC GENERATORS AND BOTH TRUS

#1 DC GEN + #2 DC GEN + L TRU + R TRU + AUX INV

1) DC Generators and AC Generators ................. Off then On (individually)

If caution lights remain on:


2) Storm Lights switch .....................................................................STORM
3) Battery Master switch .......................................................................... On
4) AUX and Main Battery switches .......................................................... Off
5) Emergency Lights switch ..................................................... On, then Off
6) Pull the following circuit breakers on the Left Avionics Circuit
Breaker panel:
TCAS
PLT IVSI
CO-PLT IVSI

If emergency lighting is required:


7) Emergency Lights switch .................................................................... On
8) Land as soon as possible.

See BATTERY ESSENTIAL SERVICES on Page 30 for list of powered


services.

Automatic control of cabin altitude is lost. Cabin differential pressure will


increase until the safety outflow valve opens. When below 14,000 ft
use manual pressurization control to depressurize cabin.

9) Loss of Both DC Generators and Both TRUs checklist........... Complete

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LOSS OF BOTH DC GENERATORS AND BOTH AC
GENERATORS

#1 DC GEN + #2 DC GEN + L TRU + R TRU +


#1 AC GEN + #2 AC GEN + AUX INV

1) DC Generators and AC Generators................. Off then On (individually)

If caution lights remain on:


2) Storm Lights switch ..................................................................... STORM
3) Battery Master switch ......................................................................... On
4) AUX and Main Battery switches ......................................................... Off
5) Emergency Lights switch ..................................................... On, then Off
If emergency lighting is required:
6) Emergency Lights switch .................................................................... On
7) Land as soon as possible.

See BATTERY ESSENTIAL SERVICES on Page 30 for list of powered


services.

Automatic control of cabin altitude is lost. Cabin differential pressure will


increase until the safety outflow valve opens. When below 14,000 ft
use manual pressurization control to depressurize cabin.

8) Loss of Both DC Gens and Both AC Gens checklist ................Complete

MULTIPLE INVERTER FAILURE

PRI INV + SEC INV + AUX INV + L 26 AC + R 26 AC

1) 115V BUS TIE circuit breaker


(top of avionics circuit breaker panel) ................................................ Pull

PRI INV and/or SEC INV and/or AUX INV caution lights remain illuminated:

2) Affected PRI, SEC or AUX INV switches ............................................ Off

If the AUX INVERTER is operative:

3) AUX INVERTER switch ............................... Select L or R appropriate to


the illuminated L26 AC or R26 AC caution light.

With one or more inverters operating (PRI INV and/or SEC INV and/or
AUX INV) caution lights extinguished:

4) 115V BUS TIE circuit breaker .......................................................... Push

Check L26 AC and R26 AC caution lights out.

5) Monitor inverter VOLTS and LOAD.


6) Multiple Inverter Failure checklist ...............................................Complete

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DC BUS FAILURE

DC BUS with no other associated lights

1) Allow 10 seconds for BBPU to operate.

If no other caution lights illuminate:


2) Bus Fault Reset switch ........................................................ Select Reset
3) DC Bus Failure checklist .......................................................... Complete

LEFT MAIN BUS FAILURE

DC BUS + #1 DC GEN + AUX BATTERY +


AUX INV

1) AUX Battery switch ............................................................................. Off


2) #1 DC Generator switch ...................................................................... Off
3) Bus Fault Reset switch ........................................................ Select Reset

If DC BUS caution light goes out:


Power is restored to the Left DC Bus. Leave AUX Battery and #1 DC
Generator switches in the OFF position.

If DC BUS caution light remains illuminated:


Power has not been restored to the Left DC Bus. Leave the AUX Battery
and #1 DC Generator switches in the OFF position and land as soon as
possible.

4) Left Main Bus Failure checklist ................................................ Complete

RIGHT MAIN BUS FAILURE

DC BUS + #2 DC GEN + MAIN BATTERY

1) Main Battery switch ............................................................................. Off


2) #2 DC Generator switch ...................................................................... Off
3) Bus Fault Reset switch ........................................................ Select Reset

If DC BUS caution light goes out:


Power is restored to the Right DC Bus. Leave Main Battery and #2 DC
Generator switches in the OFF position.

If DC BUS caution light remains illuminated:


Power has not been restored to the Right DC Bus. Leave the Main Battery
and #2 DC Generator switches in the OFF position and land as soon as
possible. Proceed with the Inboard or Outboard Anti-Skid Failure
checklist on Page 44.

4) Right Main Bus Failure checklist .............................................. Complete

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26 AC BUS FAILURE

L 26 AC or R 26 AC

1) AUX Inverter switch ....................................... Select to the operating side

The fault could lie with the 26vac bus, the 115vac fixed frequency bus,
or the step-down transformer.

The following is a list of 115v and 26v AC services:

Left 115vac:
Flight Data Recorder
SYM GEN 1 (bearing pointer and CDI bar)
ADVSY 1 FAN
GPWS
F/A Panel Lighting

Left 26vac:
#1 ADI
#1 HSI
#1 Altimeter
#1 VHF NAV
#1 ADF
#1 and #2 RMI
PFCS Indicator
#1 Hydraulic quantity indicator & transmitter

Right 115vac:
Weather Radar
SYM GEN 2 (bearing pointer and CDI bar)
Cockpit Voice Recorder
ADVSY 2 FAN

Right 26vac:
#2 ADI
#2 HSI
#2 Altimeter
#2 VHF NAV
#1 and #2 RMI
#2 Hydraulic quantity indicator & transmitter

2) 26 AC Bus Failure checklist .......................................................Complete

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115V AC VARIABLE FREQUENCY BUS FAILURE

Crew awareness if flying in icing conditions.

L AC BUS

A Left 115vac Variable Frequency Bus failure will result in the loss of the
following services:

Left auxiliary fuel pump


Left propeller deicing
Left stall transducer heater
Right standby hydraulic pump
Left TRU
Pilot's side window heat
Pilot's windshield heat (full & warm-up)
Left engine intake heater
Copilot's windshield heat (warm-up)
Left elevator horn heat

R AC BUS

A Right 115vac Variable Frequency Bus failure will result in the loss of the
following services:

Right auxiliary fuel pump


Right propeller deicing
Right stall transducer heater
Left standby hydraulic pump
Right TRU
Copilot's windshield heat (full)
Right engine intake heater
Right elevator horn heat

1) 115V AC Variable Frequency Bus Failure checklist ................ Complete

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BATTERY ESSENTIAL SERVICES

Battery Duration for Operation of Essential Services is 30 Minutes.

- SAHS, ADF, VSI and TCAS are not available.


- On Electromechanical Instruments the Flight Director Command
Bars park at the 90 Position and should be ignored.

With BATTERY MASTER switch at BATTERY MASTER, MAIN and AUX


battery switches OFF the following services are powered:

Flight instruments:
AHRS 1 & 2 (Basic)
Left and Right ADIs & HSIs
Standby Altimeter
Standby Attitude Indicator
Clock 1

Comm and Nav:


VHF Comm 1
VHF Nav 1
Pilot and Copilot Audio
PA & Cabin Interphone Audio

Lights:
Position Lights
Emergency Lights
Storm Lights
Flight Compartment Dome Lights
Caution/Warning Lights
Advisory Lights
Circuit Breaker Panel Lights
Passenger Signs
Baggage Compartment Lights

Hydraulics:
Hydraulic Power Transfer (PTU)
Hydraulic Pressure Indication
Hydraulic Quantity Indication
Landing Gear Control & Indication

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BATTERY ESSENTIAL SERVICES (Continued)

(Continued)

Flight Controls:
Aileron Trim Actuation & Indication
Rudder Trim Actuation & Indication
Elevator Standby Trim
Flap Control & Indication
Roll Spoilers Emergency Control
Roll Spoilers Ground Mode Arm
PFCS Indication

Engines and Fuel:


Engine Instruments: Torque, ITT, Np, Nh, NL, Oil Temp, Oil
Pressure
Engine Ignition & Start
Engine ECUs
Fuel & Hydraulic Shut-off Valves
Fuel Quantity Indication

Anti-ice:
Pitot Heat 1

Fire Protection:
Engine Fire Detect & Extinguish
Smoke Detectors

Miscellaneous:
Battery Temp Indicator
Flight Data Recorder (FDR)
Cockpit Voice Recorder (CVR)

1) Battery Essential Services checklist......................................... Complete

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#1 HYDRAULIC SYSTEM FAILURE

#1 ENG HYD PUMP and/or #1 HYD ISO VLV

#1 HYD ISO VLV caution light may go out with very low hydraulic fluid
quantity in the number 1 hydraulic system.

1) #1 Hydraulic Quantity ...................................................................... Check

If quantity is normal:

2) #1 Standby Pump ................................................................................. On


3) Normal operating procedures apply.

Operation of the flaps with the #1 Standby Pump may cause sporadic
illumination of the FLAP POWER caution light.
Flap movement will be slow and may require additional activation of the flap
handle trigger.

4) #1 Hydraulic System Failure checklist........................................Complete

If pressure is normal and quantity is low:

Expect the loss of the following systems:


Flaps
Anti-skid
PTU
Inboard Roll Spoilers
Normal Brakes

For a zero flap approach and landing with the #1 system failed:
2) GPWS flap override switch ............................................................. Press

Check that the GPWS Flap Override advisory light illuminates.

3) Approach speed and Vref = Vref (flaps 0) + 10


4) V2 for Flaps 0 is _______
5) Power should be reduced gradually to Flight Idle at or just prior to
touchdown.
6) Max pitch at touchdown ........................................................................8
7) Use max discing. Use reverse as required.
8) Use emergency brake judiciously (unlimited brake application
available).

There will be no differential braking.


There will be no anti-skid control.
Excessive application can result in skidding and tire failure.

9) Landing Distance Factor (use Flaps 35 landing data) ........ (3.32)Flaps 0


10) General Landing Distance ........................................ 6730 Dry/8749 Wet

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#1 HYDRAULIC SYSTEM FAILURE (Continued)

(Continued)

11) After landing:


GPWS flap override switch .......................................................Press Off
12) #1 Hydraulic System Failure checklist...................................... Complete

If pressure is low and quantity is ZERO:

Expect the loss of the following systems:


Flaps
Anti-skid
Rudder Actuator #1
PTU
Inboard Roll Spoilers
Normal Brakes

2) #1 Standby Pump ................................................................................ Off


3) Maximum allowable speed is 200 KIAS.

For a zero flap approach and landing with the #1 system failed:
4) GPWS flap override switch ............................................................. Press

Check that the GPWS Flap Override advisory light illuminates.

5) Approach speed and Vref = Vref (flaps 0) + 10


6) V2 for Flaps 0 is _______
7) Power should be reduced gradually to Flight Idle at or just prior to
touchdown.
8) Max pitch at touchdown ........................................................................ 8
9) Use max discing. Use reverse as required.
10) Use emergency brake judiciously (unlimited brake application
available).

- There will be no differential braking.


- There will be no anti-skid control.
- Excessive application can result in skidding and tire failure.

11) Landing Distance Factor (use Flaps 35 landing data)........ (3.32)Flaps 0


12) General Landing Distance ........................................ 6730 Dry/8749 Wet
13) After landing:
GPWS flap override switch .......................................................Press Off
14) #1 Hydraulic System Failure checklist...................................... Complete

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#2 HYDRAULIC SYSTEM FAILURE

#2 ENG HYD PUMP and/or #2 HYD ISO VLV

#2 HYD ISO VLV caution light may go out with very low hydraulic fluid
quantity in the number 2 hydraulic system.

1) #2 Hydraulic Quantity ..................................................................... Check

If quantity is normal:

2) #2 Standby Pump................................................................................ On
3) Normal operating procedures apply.

When operating on #2 Standby Pump, use the LANDING GEAR


EXTENSION USING THE PTU checklist on Page 39 to extend the landing
gear.
4) #2 Hydraulic System Failure checklist ......................................Complete

If pressure is normal and quantity is low:

Expect the loss of the following systems:


Nose Wheel Steering
Outboard Roll Spoilers
Landing Gear (normal operation)
Emergency/Parking Brake (if brake pressure is zero)

For approach and landing with #2 system failed:


2) Add 6 knots to Vref.
3) Use max discing.
4) Landing Distance Factor ................................................... (1.52)Flaps 15
(1.55)Flaps 35
5) General Landing Distance........................(Flaps 15) 3436 Dry/4466 Wet
(Flaps 35) 3142 Dry/ 4085 Wet

Use the ALTERNATE LANDING GEAR EXTENSION checklist on


Page 38.

6) #2 Hydraulic System Failure checklist ......................................Complete

If pressure is low and quantity is ZERO:

Expect the loss of the following systems:


Nose Wheel Steering
Outboard Roll Spoilers
Rudder Actuator #2
Landing Gear (normal operation)
Emergency/Parking Brake (if brake pressure is zero)

2) #2 Standby Pump ................................................................................. Off


3) Maximum allowable speed is 200 KIAS.

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#2 HYDRAULIC SYSTEM FAILURE (Continued)

(Continued)

For approach and landing with #2 system failed:


4) Add 6 knots to Vref.
5) Use max discing.
6) Landing Distance Factor .................................................... (1.52)Flaps 15
(1.55)Flaps 35
7) General Landing Distance ........................ (Flaps 15) 3436 Dry/4466 Wet
(Flaps 35) 3142 Dry/4085 Wet

Use the ALTERNATE LANDING GEAR EXTENSION checklist on


Page 38.

8) #2 Hydraulic System Failure checklist ....................................... Complete

HYDRAULIC FLUID HOT

#1 HYD FLUID HOT or #2 HYD FLUID HOT

1) Monitor pressure and quantity of affected system.


2) Hydraulic Fluid Hot checklist .................................................... Complete

STANDBY HYDRAULIC PUMP HOT

#1 STBY HYD PUMP HOT or #2 STBY HYD PUMP HOT

1) Check flap selector lever.

If set greater than 0, no action is required.

If set at 0:
2) Associated Standby Pump .................................................................. Off
3) Standby Hydraulic Pump Hot checklist .................................... Complete

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PARTIAL LOSS OF HYDRAULIC FLUID FROM BOTH
SYSTEMS

#1 HYD ISO VLV + #2 HYD ISO VLV

When both Hydraulic Rudder Isolation Valves activate, approximately one-


half quart of fluid remains in each systems reservoir and the #1 and #2
Rudder Actuators are the only functions on the #1 and #2 system that will
continue to operate.

1) Both Standby Pumps .......................................................................... On


2) Control aircraft using aileron, elevator and rudder.
3) For landing with Flaps 0 or 5: GPWS Flap Override Switch ........ Press

Check that the GPWS Flap Override advisory light illuminates.

4) Land as soon as possible at an airport with minimum turbulence and


crosswind.

For approach and landing with both systems isolated:


5) Use the ALTERNATE LANDING GEAR EXTENSION checklist on
Page 38.
6) Approach speed and Vref =
Flaps 0............................................................................... Vref + 10
Flaps 5.................................... Vref(Flaps 0) (Not less than 105kts)
Flaps 15 ........................................ Vref + 10 (Not less than 100kts)
7) V2 speed for Flaps ___ is ____ knots.
8) Power should be reduced gradually to Flight Idle at or just prior to
touchdown
9) Max pitch at touchdown ........................................................................8
10) Use max discing. Use reverse as required.

If landing with one engine inoperative, use discing and reverse


commensurate with directional control.

11) Use Emergency Brake judiciously (approximately 6 brake applications


available).

- There will be no differential braking.


- There will be no anti-skid control.
- Excessive application can result in skidding and tire failure.

Directional control on the ground is available from differential power


only, once the rudder loses aerodynamic effectiveness.

The approximate number of emergency brake lever applications is


six.

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PARTIAL LOSS OF HYDRAULIC FLUID FROM BOTH
SYSTEMS (Continued)
(Continued)

12) Landing Distance Factor (use Flaps 35 landing data)........ (3.32)Flaps 0


(2.87)Flaps 5
13) General Landing Distance ......................... (Flaps 0) 6730 Dry/8749 Wet
(Flaps 5) 5818 Dry/7563 Wet
14) Landing Distance Factor................................................... (2.54)Flaps 15
15) General Landing Distance ....................... (Flaps 15) 5741 Dry/7463 Wet

After landing:

16) GPWS flap override switch ........................................................Press Off


17) Partial Loss of Hydraulic Fluid from Both Systems checklist ... Complete

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ALTERNATE LANDING GEAR EXTENSION

Loss of #2 Hydraulic Quantity or Landing Gear Malfunction or


LDG GEAR INOP

On aircraft 815 & 816 the TAXI light switch must be OFF when
confirming the nose gear is down and locked using the alternate
landing gear indication system.

Landing Gear cannot be retracted following extension by Alternate


Extension Procedure.

Do not select PTU to Manual during approach.

Nose Wheel Steering is inoperative following Alternate Landing


Gear Extension.

The main/nose gear release handle pull force will be significantly


higher than experienced during practice alternate landing gear
extensions. The required pull force, to release the main/nose gear
uplocks, can be as high as 90 pounds. It may require repeated pull
effort to achieve a main/nose landing gear down and locked
indication.

1) Airspeed ......................................................................... 140 KIAS (max)


2) LDG GEAR INHIBIT Switch ........................................................... Inhibit
3) Landing Gear Selector Lever .......................................................... Down
4) Main Gear Release Handle .......................... Open door & pull fully down

If LEFT and/or RIGHT green gear locked down advisory lights do


not to illuminate, insert hydraulic pump handle in socket and
operate until green LEFT and RIGHT green gear locked down
advisory lights illuminate.
5) Nose Gear Release Handle ............................. Open door & pull fully up

Leave landing gear alternate release and landing gear alternate


extension doors fully open and landing gear inhibit switch at Inhibit.
6) Landing Gear Alternate Verification ................................. On/3 green/Off
7) Anti-Skid Switch ................................................................................ Test
8) Flaps .................................................................................................... 15
9) Condition Levers ............................................................................... Max

IF it cannot be confirmed that the landing gear is down and locked proceed
to the LANDING GEAR FAILS TO EXTEND checklist on Page 41.

After Landing:

10) As soon as possible after engine shutdown install main-gear safety-


lock pins, and engage nose-gear lock.
11) Alternate Landing Gear Extension checklist .............................Complete

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LANDING GEAR EXTENSION USING THE PTU

1) #2 Standby Pump ................................................................................ On


2) Manual PTU switch ........................................................................ Press
3) Check illumination of the HYD PWR TRANSFER advisory light
4) Landing gear selector lever ............................................................ Down
5) Confirm that all three green gear locked down advisory lights
illuminate.
6) Confirm that all amber door-open, red gear-unsafe, and gear selector
handle advisory lights are extinguished.
7) Manual PTU switch ........................................................................ Press
8) Check that HYD POWER TRANSFER advisory light is extinguished.

Continuous operation of the PTU should be limited to a maximum of 5


minutes

9) Landing Gear Extension Using the PTU checklist ................... Complete

LANDING GEAR INDICATOR MALFUNCTION

If any of the green gear locked down advisory lights fails to illuminate:

1) Open the Landing Gear Alternate Extension Door located on the floor.
2) Alternate gear locked down indicator switch .................................... On
3) Check for illumination of all three gear locked down lights.
4) Alternate gear locked down indicator switch .................................... Off
5) Close the Landing Gear Alternate Extension Door.

Illumination of the alternate gear locked down indicator lights is a positive


confirmation that the gear are down & locked. An external visual check
is not required.

6) Landing Gear Indicator Malfunction checklist .......................... Complete

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ILLUMINATION OF AMBER DOOR ADVISORY LIGHT(S)

If more than one amber door advisory lights remains illuminated proceed to
the ALTERNATE LANDING GEAR EXTENSION Checklist on Page 38.

On Landing Gear retraction:

1) Limit airspeed to 140 KIAS and, when appropriate, select Flaps to 0.


2) If the amber door advisory light stays on, select the Gear down.
3) If the amber door advisory light stays on, leave the Gear down.
4) If the amber door advisory light goes out, retract the Gear.
5) If the amber door advisory light re-illuminates, limit airspeed to 140
KIAS.
6) Illumination of Amber Door Advisory Light checklist.................Complete

On Landing Gear extension:

1) Maximum airspeed ................................................................... 140 KIAS


2) Complete flight with Landing Gear down.
3) Illumination of Amber Door Advisory Light checklist.................Complete

ILLUMINATION OF RED LANDING GEAR UNSAFE


LIGHT(S)

If any red landing gear unsafe light remains illuminated:

1) Proceed to the ALTERNATE LANDING GEAR EXTENSION checklist


on Page 38.
2) Illumination of Red Landing Gear Unsafe Light(s) checklist .....Complete

ALL LANDING GEAR FAIL TO RETRACT

If all 3 green Gear Locked Down advisory lights are illuminated with the
landing gear lever selected up:

Landing gear doors may be open or closed (amber doors open


advisory lights illuminated or out).
If the landing gear alternate release door is open, the landing gear will not
retract.

1) Landing Gear selector lever ............................................................ Down


2) Confirm 3 green gear locked down advisory lights remain illuminated.
3) Do not select the landing gear back up.
4) Land as soon as practicable.
5) All Landing Gear Fail To Retract checklist ...............................Complete

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LANDING GEAR FAILS TO EXTEND

This checklist is to be used after the ALTERNATE LANDING GEAR


EXTENSION checklist has been performed in addition to troubleshooting
directed by Maintenance Control and the flight crew cannot verify that the
landing gear is down and locked.

When it is known that a landing must be performed which could be identified


as an emergency landing due to the presence of factors which introduce a
hazard to the airplane and its occupants the following points should be
addressed as applicable.

1) Instruct Flight Attendant to brief and prepare passengers appropriate to


the emergency.
2) If possible, ensure that no passengers are seated adjacent to the
propeller arc.
3) Secure all loose items in the flight compartment and cabin.
4) Complete all necessary radio communications concerning the intended
landing with ground support personnel.
5) Review the procedures to be followed covering all aspects of crew
actions and coordination.
6) Consider the applicability or suitability of a practice approach and
overshoot.
7) Ensure that both pilot and copilot harnesses are secure and locked.
8) Deactivate the GPWS by pulling EGPWS ANNUC circuit breaker B3
and EGPWS COMP (A3, H3, J3, or M3) on the left main circuit breaker
panel.
9) Deactivate the LDG GEAR HORN circuit breaker E5 on the left main
circuit breaker panel.
10) Cabin altitude Auto/Man/Dump switch ............................................. Dump
11) Emergency light switch ......................................................................... On

IF landing with the Nose Landing Gear UP or Unsafe and the Main
Landing Gear Down:

It is possible to safely land the airplane with the nose gear retracted. The
geometry of the airplane is such that the propellers will not come in contact
with the ground with the main landing gear extended. The following items
should be considered:

Reduce landing weight through fuel burn.


Attempt to achieve an aft CG by moving passengers towards the
rear of the aircraft.
Select a runway with minimal crosswind.
Land with flap 35.
Fly the appropriate VREF for the landing weight.
Touchdown offset from the runway centerline if the runway is
equipped with a centerline lighting system.
On touchdown, hold the nose up off the runway as long as possible.
Prior to losing elevator effectivity, gently lower the nose onto the
runway.
If the nose landing gear is not extended or collapses, maintain
directional control with rudder until it is no longer effective, at which
point asymmetric braking may be used as required.

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LANDING GEAR FAILS TO EXTEND (Continued)

(Continued)

Apply brake or reverse thrust only after the nose wheel is on the
ground and appears to be locked. If the nose landing gear is not
extended or it collapses, apply brakes only.

After ground contact:

12) Condition Levers ......................................................................... Fuel Off


13) Both Fuel Off Handles ....................................................................... Pull
14) Battery Master switch ......................................................................... Off
15) Evacuate
16) Landing Gear Fails to Extend checklist ....................................Complete

IF One Main Landing Gear Unsafe, Nose Landing Gear and Opposite
Main Landing Gear Down and Locked:

The flight crew must assume and prepare for the gear to collapse on
landing. The following items should be considered:

Reduce landing weight through fuel burn.


Passengers should be moved from the seats in the arc of the
propellers and re-seated elsewhere in the cabin (if possible). Priority
is to be given to the passengers seated on the side with the
indicated unsafe main landing gear.
Crosswind (if any) would be advantageous from the side with the
unaffected main landing gear.
Land with flap 35.
Fly the appropriate VREF for the landing weight.
Giving due regard to the specific approach to be flown, flight
conditions and possible missed approach; prior to commencing the
final approach, feather and secure the engine on the side with the
affected main landing gear (use immediate action items to shutdown
engine).
On touchdown, maintain maximum wing down lateral control on the
side with the unaffected main landing gear. If the landing gear
collapses, in an effort to reduce the airplane turning moment in the
direction of the failed main landing gear, apply maximum braking
and reverse thrust on the side with the unaffected main landing
gear.
Be prepared to perform the ENGINE FIRE BEFORE V1 immediate
action items on Page 9.

After ground contact:

12) Perform Engine Fire Before V1 immediate action items if necessary.


13) Condition Levers ......................................................................... Fuel Off
14) Both Fuel Off Handles ....................................................................... Pull
15) Battery Master switch ......................................................................... Off
16) Evacuate
17) Landing Gear Fails to Extend checklist ....................................Complete

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LANDING GEAR FAILS TO EXTEND (Continued)

(Continued)

IF Performing an All Gear Up Landing:

It is possible to safely land the airplane with all gear retracted. The geometry
of the airplane is such that the propellers should not come in contact with
the ground with all landing gear retracted if it is possible to maintain the
wings level throughout the landing. The following items should be
considered:

Reduce landing weight through fuel burn.


Passengers should be moved from the seats in the arc of the
propeller and reseated elsewhere in the cabin (if possible).
Select a runway with minimal crosswind.
Land with flap 35.
Fly the appropriate VREF for the landing weight.
Touchdown offset from the runway centerline if the runway is
equipped with a centerline lighting system.
Maintain a nose-up pitch attitude not exceeding 5 prior to runway
contact.
On touchdown, maintain wings level using lateral control and
directional control with rudder.

After ground contact:

12) Condition Levers ......................................................................... Fuel Off


13) Both Fuel Off Handles ........................................................................Pull
14) Battery Master switch .......................................................................... Off
15) Evacuate
16) Landing Gear Fails to Extend checklist .................................... Complete

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WEIGHT ON WHEELS

WT ON WHEELS

1) Complete flight with WT ON WHEELS caution light illuminated.

Landing gear may not retract with WT ON WHEELS caution light


illuminated.

Illumination of WT ON WHEELS caution light at any time in flight


requires rectification before the next flight, even though caution
light may go out on touchdown.

2) Weight on Wheels checklist ......................................................Complete

INBOARD OR OUTBOARD ANTI-SKID

INBD ANTI SKID or OUTBD ANTI SKID

With either caution light on, anti-skid control is reduced by 50%

1) Anti-Skid switch ................................................................................... On


2) Pedal Brakes ............................................ Apply using manual technique
3) Landing Distance Factor ................................................... (1.54)Flaps 15
(1.43)Flaps 35
4) General Landing Distance........................(Flaps 15) 3481 Dry/4525 Wet
(Flaps 35) 3122 Dry/3769 Wet

Excessive application of Pedal Brakes can result in skidding and


tire failure.

For maximum deceleration with reduced anti-skid control, brakes


should be applied intermittently, with the duration of each
application approximately one second, with intervals of reduced
braking as brief as possible

5) Inboard or Outboard Anti-Skid checklist ...................................Complete

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NOSEWHEEL STEERING FAILURE

NOSE STEERING

1) Steering handle and nose wheel ................................................... Center


2) If necessary, Steering switch ................................................ Off, then On

If NOSE STEERING caution light remains illuminated:

3) Steering switch .................................................................................... Off

Taxi the aircraft using differential braking and power.


4) Nosewheel Steering Failure checklist ...................................... Complete

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PITCH CONTROL JAM

1) AUTOPILOT ............................................................. Verify Disengaged


2) PITCH DISCONNECT ................................................ Pull and Turn 90
3) Retain Flap Setting and approximate Airspeed at time of Jam.

With the Pitch Disconnect Handle pulled, the Autopilot must be disengaged.

Elevator control forces will be lighter and pitch control degraded.

If jam occurs below 150 KIAS ................................................ 150 KIAS (max)

If jam occurs above 150 KIAS........................... Airspeed at time of jam (max)

If elevator is free and floating ................................................. 180 KIAS (max)

If the jam occurs with flaps 0 or 5:

4) Do not change flap setting


5) Land at airport with minimal crosswind and turbulence
6) GPWS flap override switch ............................................................. Press

Check that the GPWS Flap Override advisory light illuminates.

7) Approach speed and Vref =


Flaps 0 ................................................................ Vref (flaps 0) + 10
Flaps 5 ........................................................................ Vref (flaps 0)
8) V2 speed for Flaps ___ is ____ knots.
9) Power should be reduced gradually to Flight Idle at or just prior to
touchdown.
10) Max pitch at touchdown ........................................................................8
11) Use max discing. Use reverse as required.
12) Landing Distance Factor:
Flaps 0 (use Flaps 35 landing data) ........................... (2.90)Flaps 0
Flaps 5 (use Flaps 35 landing data) ........................... (1.88)Flaps 5
13) General Landing Distance..........................(Flaps 0) 5879 Dry/7642 Wet
(Flaps 5) 3811 Dry/4954 Wet

After landing:

14) GPWS flap override switch ....................................................... Press Off


15) Pitch Control Jam checklist .......................................................Complete

If the jam occurs with flaps 15:

4) Do not change flap setting.


5) Land at airport with minimum crosswind and turbulence.
6) Use normal Vref (flaps 15) speed.
7) Landing Distance Factor ................................................... (1.10)Flaps 15
8) General Landing Distance ........................................ 2486 Dry/3232 Wet
9) Pitch Control Jam checklist .......................................................Complete

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ROLL CONTROL JAM

1) AUTOPILOT ........................................................... Verify Disengaged


2) ROLL DISCONNECT................................................ Pull and Turn 90

With the Roll Disconnect Handle pulled, the Autopilot must not be
engaged.

The pilot with the free control wheel will have roll control.

If the Right control wheel is free:

3) SPLR 1 + SPLR 2 PUSH OFF switch-lights:


If illuminated............................................................................ Push Off

4) Check for illumination of ROLL SPLR INBD HYD and


ROLL SPLR OUTBD HYD and that PFCS indicator shows all spoilers
retracted.
5) Roll control will be degraded and forces will be normal.
6) Land at an airport with minimal crosswind and turbulence using flaps
15.
7) Landing Distance Factor .................................................. (1.17)Flaps 15
8) General Landing Distance ........................................ 2645 Dry/3438 Wet
9) Roll Control Jam checklist ........................................................ Complete

If the Left Control Wheel is free:

3) Roll control forces will be low and tendencies to over-control should be


avoided.
4) Land at an airport with minimal crosswind and turbulence using flaps
15 or 35.
5) Roll Control Jam checklist ........................................................ Complete

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ROLL CONTROL MALFUNCTION

1) Apply Roll Control as required to hold wings level.

If SPLR 1 or SPLR 2 PUSH OFF switch light is illuminated:


2) Appropriate switch light .............................................................. Push Off
3) Check for illumination of ROLL SPLR INBD HYD or
ROLL SPLR OUTBD HYD and that PFCS indicator shows appropriate
spoilers retracted.
4) Land at airport with minimal crosswind and turbulence using flaps 15
or 35.
5) Landing Distance Factor ................................................... (1.16)Flaps 15
(1.18)Flaps 35
6) General Landing Distance........................(Flaps 15) 2622 Dry/3409 Wet
(Flaps 35) 2392 Dry/3110 Wet
7) Roll Control Malfunction checklist .............................................Complete

If SPLR 1 or SPLR 2 switch light is not illuminated:


2) Apply Power as required
3) Increase Airspeed as required
4) Land at airport with minimal crosswind and turbulence using flaps 15
or 35.
5) Add 10 knots to approach speed and Vref.
6) Landing Distance Factor ................................................... (1.55)Flaps 15
(1.56)Flaps 35
7) General Landing Distance........................(Flaps 15) 3503 Dry/4554 Wet
(Flaps 35) 3163 Dry/4111 Wet
8) Roll Control Malfunction checklist .............................................Complete

SPOILER CABLE FAILURE

ROLL SPLR INBD HYD + ROLL SPLR OUTBD HYD

1) SPLR 1 AND SPLR 2 PUSH OFF switch lights........................... Push Off

Switch Light will not be illuminated

2) Check PFCS indicator shows all spoilers retracted.


3) Land at an airport with minimum crosswind and turbulence using
Flaps 15.
4) Landing Distance Factor ...................................................... (1.17)Flaps 15
5) General Landing Distance ........................................... 2645 Dry/3438 Wet
6) Spoiler Cable Failure checklist..................................................... Complete

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INBOARD OR OUTBOARD ROLL SPOILER MALFUNCTION

ROLL SPLR INBD HYD

1) SPLR 1 PUSH OFF switch light ................................................Push Off

Switch Light will not be illuminated

2) Add 6 knots to Vref.


3) Landing Distance Factor .................................................. (1.52)Flaps 15
(1.55)Flaps 35
4) General Landing Distance ....................... (Flaps 15) 3436 Dry/4466 Wet
(Flaps 35) 3142 Dry/4085 Wet
5) Inboard Roll Spoiler Malfunction checklist ............................... Complete

ROLL SPLR OUTBD HYD

1) SPLR 2 PUSH OFF switch light ................................................Push Off

Switch Light will not be illuminated

2) Add 6 knots to Vref.


3) Landing Distance Factor .................................................. (1.52)Flaps 15
(1.55)Flaps 35
4) General Landing Distance ....................... (Flaps 15) 3463 Dry/4466 Wet
(Flaps 35) 3142 Dry/4085 Wet
5) Outboard Roll Spoiler Malfunction checklist ............................. Complete

INBOARD OR OUTBOARD GROUND SPOILER


MALFUNCTION

ROLL SPLR INBD GND or ROLL SPLR OUTBD GND

Affected roll spoilers may not extend at touchdown.


1) Landing Distance Factor .................................................. (1.17)Flaps 15
(1.19)Flaps 35
2) General Landing Distance ....................... (Flaps 15) 2645 Dry/3438 Wet
(Flaps 35) 2690 Dry/3136 Wet
3) Inboard or Outboard Ground Spoiler Malfunction checklist ..... Complete

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RUDDER CONTROL MALFUNCTION

RUD 1 or RUD 2 PUSH OFF Illuminated

1) Illuminated switch light .............................................................. Push Off.


2) Observe RUD FULL PRESS and RUD PRESS caution lights come
on.
3) Airspeed ................................................................... 200 KIAS maximum

Avoid abrupt or excessive rudder movements above 150 KIAS.

4) Rudder Control Malfunction checklist .......................................Complete

#1 OR #2 RUDDER HYDRAULIC MALFUNCTION

#1 RUD HYD or #2 RUD HYD

1) Associated RUD 1 or RUD 2


PUSH OFF switch light ............................................................. Push Off

Switch Light will not be illuminated

2) Observe RUD FULL PRESS and RUD PRESS caution lights come
on.
3) Airspeed ................................................................... 200 KIAS maximum

Avoid abrupt or excessive rudder movements above 150 KIAS.

4) #1 or #2 Rudder Hydraulic Malfunction checklist......................Complete

RUDDER PRESSURE MALFUNCTION

RUD PRESS and/or RUD FULL PRESS

1) Airspeed ................................................................... 200 KIAS maximum

Avoid abrupt or excessive rudder movements above 150 KIAS.

2) Rudder Pressure Malfunction checklist.....................................Complete

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RUDDER JAM (RESTRICTED RUDDER PEDAL
MOVEMENT)

Should the rudder pedal (rudder jam) suddenly break free, do not apply
rudder pedal input in the opposite direction

1) Affected Rudder Pedal ............ Apply a normal push force in the desired
direction

If rudder pedal moves as required:

2) Affected rudder pedal .......Reduce push force and allow rudder pedal to
center
3) Rudder pedals ................................................................ Use as required
4) Rudder Jam checklist ............................................................... Complete

If rudder pedal does not respond to normal push force (rudder


remains jammed or rudder jam reoccurs):

2) Directional Control ........................................ Use roll control as required


3) Minimum Airspeed ................................................................... 125 knots

Landing:

4) Nosewheel Steering ............................................................................ Off


5) Approach Speed ............................................... Vref (for Flaps 15 or 35)
6) Land at an airport with minimal crosswind and turbulence.

If the rudder jam occurs on takeoff and conditions permit, return for a
landing on the takeoff runway.
Small amounts of asymmetric power may be used to maintain
directional control on approach and after landing.
Use asymmetric braking and power, as required, to maintain directional
control after touchdown.

7) Landing Distance Factor .................................................. (1.36)Flaps 15


(1.31)Flaps 35
8) General Landing Distance ....................... (Flaps 15) 3074 Dry/3996 Wet
(Flaps 35) 2656 Dry/3452 Wet
9) Power .............................................. Maintain as required for touchdown

After the aircraft has come to a stop:

10) Nosewheel Steering ............................................................................ On


11) Directional Control Malfunction checklist ................................. Complete

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RUDDER TRIM ACTUATOR RUNAWAY

1) Apply opposite rudder and attempt to reverse trim and stop movement
at the neutral position by pulling the RUD TRIM ACT circuit breaker (F7
on left essential circuit breaker panel)

If the rudder trim actuator cannot be reversed:


2) RUD TRIM ACT circuit breaker .......................................................... Pull
3) Rudder Trim Actuator Runaway checklist .................................Complete

AILERON TRIM TAB RUNAWAY

1) Reduce Airspeed
2) Attempt to reverse trim and stop movement at neutral position by
pulling AIL TRIM ACT circuit breaker. (J7 on left essential circuit
breaker panel)

If the aileron trim actuator cannot be reversed:


3) AIL TRIM ACT circuit breaker ............................................................ Pull
4) Aileron Trim Tab Runaway checklist.........................................Complete

MANUAL ELEVATOR TRIM FAILURE

1) STBY Elevator Trim switch .................................. Raise guard and ARM


2) Operate Standby Elevator Trim as required.

Elevator Trim Indicator will not indicate trim tab position.


The standby elevator trim rate is slow.

3) Manual Elevator Trim Failure checklist .....................................Complete

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ELEVATOR CONTROL MALFUNCTION

Use of Standby Elevator Trim

If control of the elevators and the manual trim is lost in flight, the standby
elevator trim system may be used to maintain pitch control.

1) STBY ELEVATOR TRIM Switch ................Raise guard and select ARM


2) Nose Down/Nose Up ............................................................. As required

Standby elevator trim rate is low, which requires that the effect of a change
in trim setting be monitored before a subsequent trim change is made.

Elevator Trim Indicator will not indicate trim tab position.

Crew Coordination
One pilot should control power with the inboard hand, and pitch
using one of the STBY ELEVATOR TRIM switches.
The other pilot should assume rudder and roll control (maximum
bank angle 15).
Minimize power changes.
If possible, move passengers to shift the C.G. aft.

Landing Considerations
Land at an airport with minimal crosswind and turbulence under
VMC conditions.
Land with Flap 15 maximum
Stabilize aircraft on approach and in landing configuration Flap 15,
prior to passing 1000 ft AGL.
No configuration change may be made after the approach has
been commenced.

Power changes during the approach should be limited to small amounts


and the aircraft should be trimmed before a subsequent power change is
made.
Do not flare or reduce power to Flight Idle prior to touchdown.

Approach and Landing


3) Select Flaps 5 and Trim (no less than Vref (Flaps 0))
4) Select Flaps 15 and Trim (no less than Vref + 10)
5) Minimum speed to touchdown = Vref + 10
6) Power levers............................................... Flight Idle only at touchdown
7) Landing Distance Factor .................................................. (1.28)Flaps 15
8) General Landing Distance........................................ 2893 Dry/3761 Wet
9) Elevator Control Malfunction checklist ..................................... Complete

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ABNORMAL FLAP LANDING

If flaps have failed between 0 and 15:


1) GPWS flap override switch ............................................................. Press

Nosewheel should be promptly brought into contact with the ground


following main wheel contact.

2) Approach speed and VREF = VREF (Flaps 0)


3) V2 for Flaps 0 is _______
4) Power should be reduced gradually to Flight Idle at or just prior to
touchdown.
5) Max pitch at touchdown ........................................................................8
6) Use max discing. Use reverse as required

If Reverse Power is required, ensure that Engine Torque does not


exceed 90%.

7) Landing Distance Factor (use Flaps 35 landing data) ........ (2.55)Flaps 0


8) General Landing Distance ........................................ 5169 Dry/6720 Wet

If flaps have failed between 15 and 35:


1) Approach speed and VREF = VREF (Flaps 15 or Flaps 35)

The smaller flap angle must be used when calculating landing performance.

2) Use appropriate Unfactored Landing Distance chart on Page 83 or


84 to determine landing distance.

After landing:
1) GPWS flap override switch ....................................................... Press Off
2) Abnormal Flap Landing checklist ..............................................Complete

FLAP DRIVE MALFUNCTION

FLAP DRIVE

The secondary cable is under load. Flaps will continue to operate and may
be used to complete the flight.

1) Flap Drive Malfunction checklist ...............................................Complete

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FLAP POWER MALFUNCTION

FLAP POWER

1) #1 Hydraulic quantity and pressure ............................................... Check

If pressure is low and quantity is normal:

2) #1 STBY pump ................................................................................... On


3) Flaps ............................................................................ Operate normally

Operation of the flaps with the #1 Standby Pump may cause sporadic
illumination of the FLAP POWER caution light.

4) Flap Power Malfunction checklist ............................................. Complete

If pressure is low and quantity is depleted:

With complete loss of hydraulic fluid, flap will remain in selected position.

2) Proceed with the #1 HYDRAULIC SYSTEM FAILURE checklist on


Page 32.
3) Flap Power Malfunction checklist ............................................. Complete

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LOW FUEL PRESSURE

#1 ENG FUEL PRESS or #2 ENG FUEL PRESS

1) Appropriate AUX PUMP ...................................................................... On


2) Check AUX PUMP advisory light on, and ENG FUEL PRESS caution
light out.

If caution light does not go out:


3) Appropriate AUX PUMP ...................................................................... Off
4) Check for external leaks and for fuel odor within airplane. If either is
confirmed, shut down the engine.
5) Low Fuel Pressure checklist .....................................................Complete

LOW FUEL LEVEL

#1 TANK FUEL LOW or #2 TANK FUEL LOW

1) Contents of affected tank ............................................................... Check

If fuel is low:

2) Check for external and internal fuel leaks.

A check of the cabin will be necessary to identify a possible internal


fuel leak.
No indication of a fuel leak:
3) Transfer fuel from unaffected tank.
4) Monitor fuel quantity.

Fuel leak confirmed:


5) Shut down engine on affected side.
6) Low Fuel Level checklist ...........................................................Complete

If affected tank fuel content is normal:

2) Maintain a level attitude as much as possible.


3) Appropriate AUX PUMP ...................................................................... On
4) Monitor fuel quantity.

If associated ENG FUEL PRESS caution light illuminates:

5) Shut down engine on affected side.


6) Low Fuel Level checklist ...........................................................Complete

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FUEL FILTER IMPENDING BYPASS WARNING

#1 FUEL FLTR BYPASS or #2 FUEL FLTR BYPASS

1) Affected engine performance .......................................................Monitor

Monitor fuel flow, ITT, and NH. If erratic, this indicates


contamination has passed filter. Consider engine shutdown.

2) Fuel Filter Impending Bypass Warning checklist ..................... Complete

FUEL TRANSFER FAILURE

If AUX PUMP does not come on automatically:

1) Delivering AUX PUMP ......................................................................... On


On completion of fuel transfer:
2) Delivering AUX PUMP ......................................................................... Off
3) Fuel Transfer Failure checklist ................................................. Complete

If one or both Transfer Valves fail to open:

1) Transfer switch .................................................................................... Off


2) Consideration should be given to the effects of fuel maximum lateral
asymmetry or low fuel level.

Fuel maximum lateral asymmetry is 600 lbs.

3) Fuel Transfer Failure checklist ................................................. Complete

ABNORMAL FUEL TEMPERATURE

1) Appropriate AUX PUMP ...................................................................... On


2) Continue flight, but maintain level attitude as much as possible.
3) Monitor fuel temperature and fuel pressure.

If fuel temperature returns to normal:


4) Appropriate AUX PUMP ...................................................................... Off
5) Abnormal Fuel Temperature checklist...................................... Complete

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RAPID DEPRESSURIZATION

1) Flight Crew ................................................... Suit-up and Communicate

On aircraft 914 thru 975, 837 & 838, with MASK selected, PA
transmissions can be made with the captains side only using the
interphone system.
2) Cabin Signs ....................................................................................... On
3) Emergency Lights .............................................................................. On
4) Rapid Depressurization checklist ........................................... Complete

EMERGENCY DESCENT

The following procedure assumes structural integrity of the aircraft.


If structural failure or damage is a possibility, limit speed as much
as possible and avoid high maneuvering loads.

1) Power Levers.......................................................................... Flight Idle


2) Condition Levers ............................................................................. Max
3) Speed ............................................................................................. Vmo

If an immediate descent to an altitude where oxygen is not


required cannot be conducted; within 5 minutes of donning oxygen
masks:

4) Oxygen Mask Control Knob .............................................................. NORM


5) Emergency Descent checklist ....................................................... Complete

CABIN PRESSURIZATION FAILURE

CABIN PRESS or FAULT light illuminated on pressure control panel

1) Cabin Altitude Indicator ..................................................................... Check


2) Bleed Air 1 and 2............................................................................. On/Max
3) Auto/Man/Dump Switch ....................................................................... Auto
4) Manual Knob .......................................................... Fully counter-clockwise
5) Forward Outflow Valve ....................................................................... Norm

If control of pressurization is regained:


6) Cabin Pressurization Failure checklist ......................................... Complete

If control of pressurization is NOT regained:


6) Auto/Man/Dump Switch ....................................................................... Man
7) Manual Knob ..................................... As required (5.5 psi differential max)

Use cabin altitude differential placard to achieve appropriate cabin altitude in


climb, cruise, or descent.

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CABIN PRESSURIZATION FAILURE (Continued)

(Continued)

If control of pressurization is regained:

Prior to landing:
8) Bleed Air 1 and 2.................................................................. Min/Off
9) Cabin Pressurization Failure checklist ............................. Complete

If control of pressurization is NOT regained:


8) Descend to below 14,000 ft as soon as possible.
9) Proceed with the Unpressurized Flight checklist on Page 61.
10) Cabin Pressurization Failure checklist ............................. Complete

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BLEED HOT

#1 BLEED HOT or #2 BLEED HOT

If caution light continues to cycle on and off:


1) Affected Bleed Switch ......................................................................... Off
2) Bleed Hot checklist....................................................................Complete

AIR CONDITIONING PACK HOT

AIR COND PACK HOT

If caution light continues to cycle on and off:


1) Both Bleeds ......................................................................................... Off

With Bleed 1 and Bleed 2 selected Off, de-ice pressure may be


insufficient at low power settings. Avoid icing conditions if possible.

2) Descend below 14,000 ft as soon as possible.

When cabin pressure differential has decreased to 0.5 psi or below, proceed
with the RAM AIR VENTILATION checklist on Page 61.
3) Air Conditioning Pack Hot checklist ..........................................Complete

CABIN OR FLIGHT COMPARTMENT DUCT HOT

CABIN DUCT HOT or FLT COMPT DUCT HOT

1) Cabin or Flight Comp Auto/Man switch............................................. Man


2) Cabin or Flight Comp Cool/Warm switch ..........................................Cool
(Hold for 10 Seconds)

If caution light remains illuminated:


3) Both Bleeds ......................................................................................... Off

With Bleed 1 and Bleed 2 selected Off, de-ice pressure may be


insufficient at low power settings. Avoid icing conditions if possible.

4) Descend below 14,000 ft as soon as possible.

When cabin pressure differential has decreased to 0.5 psi or below, proceed
with the RAM AIR VENTILATION checklist on Page 61.
5) Cabin or Flight Compartment Duct Hot checklist ......................Complete

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UNPRESSURIZED FLIGHT

1) Auto/Man/Dump switch .................................................................. Dump


2) Bleeds .................................................................................................. On
3) Oxygen ................................................................................. As Required

For flight with bleed-air supply selected off, proceed with the RAM AIR
VENTILATION checklist on this page.

4) Unpressurized Flight checklist.................................................. Complete

RAM AIR VENTILATION

1) RECIRC Fan........................................................................................ Off


2) Both Bleeds ......................................................................................... Off

With Bleed 1 and Bleed 2 selected Off, de-ice pressure may be


insufficient at low power settings. Avoid icing conditions if possible.

3) Auto/Man/Dump switch .....................................................................Man


4) Manual Control Knob .............................. Fully Clockwise(towards INCR)
5) Fwd Outflow Valve........................................................................... Open

Ram ventilation is most effective at speeds above 150 KIAS.

6) Ram Air Ventilation checklist .................................................... Complete

ALTERNATE PRESSURIZATION MODES

Cab Set Mode:


1) Auto/Man/Dump switch .................................................................... Auto
2) Cab Set/Norm switch ...................................................................Cab Set
3) Altitude Knob ...................................... Set enroute Cabin Altitude as per
Cabin Altitude/Differential Placard
4) Rate Knob ............................................................................. As Required
At commencement of descent:
5) Altitude Knob ................................................... Set Destination Elevation
6) Barometer Knob ......................................................... Set to Local Value
7) Rate Knob ............................................................................. As Required
8) Alternate Pressurization Modes checklist................................. Complete

Manual Mode:
1) Manual Knob ....................................... Increase to avoid pressure bump
2) Auto/Man/Dump switch .....................................................................Man
3) Manual Knob .................................. Adjust enroute Cabin Altitude as per
Cabin Altitude/Differential Placard

Do not exceed differential pressure of 5.5 PSI

4) Alternate Pressurization Modes checklist................................. Complete

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AIRFRAME DEICING SYSTEM AIR SUPPLY FAILURE

DE-ICE PRESS

1) Airframe Auto Selector ........................................................................ Off


2) Boot Air switch ................................................................................... ISO
3) De-ice Press Indicator .......................................... Check for Pressure in
Left or Right System
4) Engine Intake Bypass Doors .......................................................... Open
5) Ignition switches........................................................................... Manual

Do not select the outer two wing positions (1 & 2) during manual deicing of
the tail and engine intake.

The engine intake boot on the side with normal pressure can be de-iced as
follows:
To de-ice the left side, select positions 6,5,4
To de-ice the right side, select positions 6,5,3

The dwell time at each Tail and Engine intake position should be 6 seconds.
The engine intake boot on the side with normal pressure can be deiced.

6) Exit Icing Conditions if Possible.

For Holding, Approach, and Landing phases:


7) Hold at 160 KIAS minimum.
8) For Approach and Landing, use flaps 15 maximum, at a speed of Vref
+ 15 kts.
9) Add 15 kts to all go-around speeds.
10) Landing Distance Factor ................................................... (1.66)Flaps 15
11) General Landing Distance ........................................ 3752 Dry/4878 Wet
12) Airframe Deicing System Air Supply Failure checklist ..............Complete

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ELEVATOR HORN HEAT FAILURE

L ELEV HORN HEAT or R ELEV HORN HEAT

1) Exit or avoid Icing Conditions if possible.

If Icing Conditions cannot be avoided:


2) Flaps ..................................................................................................... 0
3) Minimum Airspeed .................................................................... 173 KIAS

For Holding, Approach, and Landing Phases in Icing Conditions:

4) Hold at 173 KIAS minimum.


5) Use flaps 15 maximum, at a speed of Vref + 15
6) Add 15 kts to all go-around speeds.
7) Landing Distance Factor .................................................. (1.66)Flaps 15
8) General Landing Distance ........................................ 3752 Dry/4878 Wet
9) Elevator Horn Heat Failure checklist ........................................ Complete

AIRFRAME BOOT FAILURE

If affected deice boot advisory light is illuminated continuously, comply with


steps 2 through 6 below.

If affected advisory light does not illuminate during boot cycle:


1) Test Advisory Lights

If the affected deice boot advisory light illuminates:


2) Exit Icing Conditions if possible.

For Holding, Approach, and Landing Phases:

3) Hold at 160 KIAS minimum.


4) For Approach and Landing, use flaps 15 maximum, at a speed of Vref
+ 15 kts.
5) Add 15 kts to all go-around speeds.
6) Landing Distance Factor .................................................. (1.66)Flaps 15
7) General Landing Distance ........................................ 3752 Dry/4878 Wet
8) Airframe Boot Failure checklist................................................. Complete

PROPELLER DEICING SYSTEM FAILURE

If Propeller Advisory Lights fail to illuminate in sequence:


1) Test Advisory Lights

If all Propeller Advisory Lights illuminate:


2) Prop timer selector ............................................ Select alternate position
3) Check illumination of Propeller Advisory Lights.

If fault is not corrected:


4) Propellers ...................................................... Operate at up to 1200 rpm
5) Exit Icing Conditions if possible.
6) Propeller Deicing System Failure checklist .............................. Complete

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ENGINE INTAKE BOOT FAILURE

For the remainder of the flight:


1) Engine Intake Bypass Door ............................................................ Open
2) Ignition .......................................................................................... Manual
3) Exit Icing Conditions if possible.
4) Engine Intake Boot Failure checklist .........................................Complete

WINDSHIELD OVERHEAT

L WSHLD HOT or R WSHLD HOT

1) Windshield Heat switch .................................................. Select Warm-up


2) Exit or Avoid Icing Conditions if possible.
3) Windshield Overheat checklist ..................................................Complete

SIDE WINDSHIELD OVERHEAT

SIDE WDO HOT

1) PLT WDO/HT switch ........................................................................... Off


2) Side Windshield Overheat checklist..........................................Complete

PITOT HEAT FAILURE

#1 PITOT HEAT or #2 PITOT HEAT

1) Appropriate pitot heat switch..................................................... Check on

If switch is on:
2) When in icing conditions or precipitation, rely on the flight instruments
on the opposite side.
3) Pitot Heat Failure checklist .......................................................Complete

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APU FIRE

1) Parking Brake ................................................................................. Set


2) Power Levers ........................................................................ Flight Idle
3) Condition Levers ...................................................................... Fuel Off
4) APU Power Switch........................................................................... Off
5) APU Extinguishing Switch ................................................... Extinguish
6) ATC/Cabin ................................................................................... Notify
7) DC External Power .......................................................................... Off
8) Battery Master Switch ...................................................................... Off
9) Evacuate ........................................................................... As Required
10) APU Fire checklist ................................................................ Complete

APU STARTER CONTACTOR FAILURE

APU RUN + APU STARTER

1) APU Generator switch ......................................................................... Off


2) Main Battery Switch ............................................................................. Off
3) DC External Power switch ................................................................... Off
4) #1 and #2 DC Generator switches ...................................................... Off
5) #1 and #2 AC Generator switches ...................................................... Off
6) APU Power switch ............................................................................... Off
7) APU Starter Contactor Failure checklist ................................... Complete

APU GENERATOR OVERHEAT

APU GEN OHT

For Model 8099 APU (Aircraft 914-975HA):


1) APU Generator switch ......................................................................... Off
If Overheat light extinguishes:
2) APU Generator switch ......................................................................... On
3) APU Generator Overheat checklist .......................................... Complete

For Model 8155 APU (Aircraft 837-839EX and 804-816EX):


1) Automatic APU Shutdown will occur.
2) APU Power Switch .............................................................................. Off
3) APU Generator Overheat checklist .......................................... Complete

APU REARBAY OVERHEAT

APU + APU RBY OHT

For Model 8099 APU (Aircraft 914-975HA):


1) APU Power switch ............................................................................... Off
2) APU Rearbay Overheat checklist ............................................. Complete

For Model 8155 APU (Aircraft 837-839EX and 804-816EX):


1) Automatic APU Shutdown will occur.
2) APU Power Switch .............................................................................. Off
3) APU Rearbay Overheat checklist ............................................. Complete

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APU BLEED AIR OVERHEAT

FLT COMP DUCT HOT or CABIN DUCT HOT or


AIR COND PACK HOT

1) APU Bleed Air switch .......................................................................... Off


2) APU Bleed Air Overheat checklist ............................................Complete

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PASSENGER OR BAG DOOR WARNING

PASS DOOR or BAG DOOR

If on the ground:
1) Inspect and secure the affected door.

If in flight:

Do not attempt to secure the door

1) Turn on FASTEN SEAT BELT and NO SMOKING signs.


2) Land as soon as possible.
3) Use the UNPRESSURIZED FLIGHT checklist on Page 61.
4) Passenger or Bag Door Warning checklist .............................. Complete

CRACKED WINDSHIELD

If in pressurized flight:
1) Airspeed .................................................................. Reduce to 180 KIAS
2) Cabin differential pressure .................................. Reduce to 2.5 - 3.0 psi
3) Descend to below 14,000 ft as soon as practicable.
4) Cracked Windshield checklist................................................... Complete

LEFT OR RIGHT STALL WARNING FAILURE

L STALL WARNING or R STALL WARNING

1) Stall Warn heat switch .............................................................. Check on

If switch is on:
2) Maintain at or above minimum operational airspeeds.

With Left or Right Stall Warning Caution Light illuminated, spurious


stall warning indications may occur in flight in icing conditions
which are inconsistent with airspeed and flight conditions.

3) Left or Right Stall Warning Failure checklist ............................ Complete

ABNORMAL INDICATIONS OF AIRSPEED, ALTITUDE,


AND VERTICAL SPEED
1) Appropriate static source selector .................................. Select Alternate

If switching the STATIC SOURCE selector to ALTERNATE does not correct


the abnormal indications:

2) Rely on the flight instruments on the opposite side.


3) Land as soon as practicable.
4) Abnormal Indications of Airspeed, Altitude, and Vertical Speed
checklist .................................................................................... Complete

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AUTOPILOT AFCS MALFUNCTIONS
Auto-pilot (AFCS) Malfunctions

For most AFCS malfunctions, an automatic transfer to the other system


will occur, and an appropriate failure message will appear on the ID-802
panel. If transfer cannot be accomplished, the autopilot will passively
disengage, the A/P DISENG annunciators will illuminate and flash and the
flying pilot must resume manual control.

HSI Transfer

The following advisory display messages require HSI transfer to be selected


on the AFCS controller, and the reselection of desired flight director modes:

FD DADC DATA INVLD


FD NAV DATA INVLD

KNS MESSAGES

1) KNS 660 MSG key .......................................................................... Press

If no action required:
2) KNS 660 MSG key ............................ Press and return to previous page

- If crew action is required to maintain valid navigation guidance,


perform the necessary action. Monitor the accuracy of position and
navigation data.
- If the message indicates a system failure, invalid sensor, invalid
navigation operation, or the entering of DR-mode, de-select the
KNS 660 and utilize remaining navigation equipment.

3) KNS Messages checklist ..........................................................Complete

FLIGHT DATA RECORDER FAILURE

FLT DATA RECORDER

1) Anti-Collision Light ...........................................................RED or WHITE

Illumination of the Flight Data Recorder caution light requires a maintenance


action prior to the next flight.

2) Flight Data Recorder Failure checklist ......................................Complete

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TCAS FAILURE

TCAS FAIL Annunciation on VSI/TRA

If Transponder Fail Light is Illuminated:

1) Select MODE S ON or STBY on TCAS/Mode S Control Panel. If


unrecoverable, select alternate transponder (for single Mode S
installations TCAS will no longer be operable; for dual Mode S
installations TCAS should function normally).
2) TCAS Failure checklist ............................................................. Complete

If RAD ALT or DADC are no longer available:

1) Select MODE S ON. TCAS is no longer available.


2) TCAS Failure checklist ............................................................. Complete

If RA FAIL or TCAS FAIL is annunciated on one side, or a total


failure of one side occurs, the opposite side display may be used.

1) TCAS Failure checklist ............................................................. Complete

With the TA DSPLY control switch set to OFF, when the TCAS aural
advisory of TRAFFIC occurs, an intruder aircraft is within 40 seconds of
closest approach to your aircraft.

SAHS FAILURE

ATT FAIL advisory light

SAHS attitude gyro has failed.

CMPS WARN advisory light

SAHS directional gyro has failed.

SAHS Failure checklist ..................................................................... Complete

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AHRS FAILURES

Primary Heading Data Failure Indications:

HDG flag appears on affected HSI


Off flag appears on opposite side RMI
SLAVE advisory light on AHRS controller illuminates

If Standby Attitude/Heading System (SAHS) is installed:


1) SAHS control panel ...................................... Press GYRO 1 or GYRO 2
2) Check that the failure indications cancel.
3) Check that displayed data is consistent with the opposite side.

- Compass synchronization information for the affected HSI is now


displayed on the SAHS unit.
- With both AHRS failed the Flight Director/Autopilot will be
inoperative.

4) Disengage the autopilot.


5) AHRS Failure checklist .............................................................Complete

If Standby Attitude/Heading System (SAHS) is not installed:

1) Affected AHRS controller HDG/DG switch ..................................... Press


2) Ensure DG advisory light illuminates, SLAVE advisory light remains
illuminated and HDG and OFF flags disappear.

At intervals not greater than 5 minutes:


3) Using DG slew knob, select or + to align the HSI heading with either
the RMI heading or magnetic compass heading, as appropriate.

When operating in DG mode, the HSI heading must be aligned with the RMI
heading at anytime the HSI HDG MISMATCH message is presented on the
advisory display.

4) AHRS Failure checklist .............................................................Complete

Attitude Failure Indications:


ATT flag appears on ADI
BASIC illuminates on AHRS controller
ID-802 panel may display ADI ROLL MISMATCH or PITCH
MISMATCH

If Standby Attitude/Heading System (SAHS) is installed:


1) SAHS control panel ........................................ Press GYRO 1 or GYRO 2
2) Check that the failure indications cancel.
3) Check that displayed data is consistent with the opposite side.

With both AHRS failed the Flight Director/Autopilot will be


inoperative.

4) Disengage the autopilot.


5) AHRS Failure checklist ...............................................................Complete

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AHRS PRIMARY POWER SOURCE FAILURE

AUXPR advisory on AHRS Controller

No crew action is required.

1) AHRS Primary Power Source Failure checklist ....................... Complete

UNS MALFUNCTION

If the UNS CDU and glareshield message (MSG) annunicators


illuminate:

1) Press MSG on UNS CDU to display message page.


2) Refer to the UNS-1B/UNS-1C (as appropriate) Operators Manual
Section IX Messages for appropriate messages.
3) Pilots actions where applicable must be accomplished in response to
annunciated messages.
4) Some of the messages in Section IX describe malfunctions or
degradation of Flight Management System capability. IFR FMS
operations must be discontinued upon display of such messages.
5) UNS Malfunction checklist ....................................................... Complete

If the GPS INTEG annunciator illuminates:

1) If on an IFR approach, terminate the GPS based approach and


execute a missed approach as required.
2) If in the enroute or terminal environment, continue to navigate using the
UNS or revert to an alternate means of navigation. When continuing to
use GPS navigation, position must be verified every 15 minutes using
other approved navigation systems.
3) UNS Malfunction checklist ....................................................... Complete

If there is a loss of FMS Remote Status Annunciation:

1) Discontinue IFR GPS operations.


2) UNS Malfunction checklist ....................................................... Complete

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EMERGENCY OPENING OF FLIGHT DECK DOOR

If the flight deck door is jammed:

1) Unlock the deadbolt.


2) Open upper release mechanism.
3) Open release handle mechanism.
4) While still holding onto the release handle, push door AFT to clear
threshold. Place door against adjacent lavatory wall. Exit flight deck.

Do not block aircraft emergency exits

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INCAPACITATED FLIGHT ATTENDANT

The Flight Crew should establish communications with the cabin (initially by
selecting Cabin PA) and solicit the help of an able-bodied person (ABP).

Have the ABP accomplish the following:

Assess the condition of the flight attendant


Ask passengers for medical assistance
Inform the PIC of the situation
Secure the cabin for landing

The ABP will secure the cabin by accomplishing the following:

Ensure all passengers are seated with seatbelts fastened


Secure beverage cart in galley
Collect and dispose of all trash
Secure all galley latches and equipment
If possible, ensure flight attendant is restrained
The incapacitated flight attendant must be secured in a non-
emergency exit seat
The ABP must be seated in the flight attendant jumpseat for landing
and taxi

The Flight Crew will make the following required PA announcements:

All passengers are seated with seatbelts fastened


All electronic devices are off
All tray tables are up and locked
All personal items brought on board are stowed in the overhead
bins or under the seat in front of the passenger

Notify ATC of intentions and SBY FDC if time allows.

After engine shutdown, the SIC will enter the cabin, open the boarding door
and ensure all passengers remain seated until the appropriate medical
personnel have arrived to assist the flight attendant.

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FORCED LANDING WITH BOTH ENGINES OPERATING

1) Cabin ..............................................................................................Secure
If possible ensure no passengers are seated in the plane of the
propellers.

2) EGPWS ANNUC CB (B3) & EGPWS COMP CB (A3, H3, J3, or M3 on


Left Main DC) ...................................................................................... Pull
3) Emergency lights .................................................................................. On
4) Auto/Man/Dump Switch ................................................................... Dump
5) ELT ....................................................................................................... On
6) Shoulder harness .............................................................................. Lock

IF planning landing with landing gear EXTENDED:

When airplane comes to a stop:


7) Emergency brake ................................................................................. On
8) Condition levers ............................................................................ Fuel Off
9) Pull Fuel Off Handles........................................................................... Pull
10) Battery Master ...................................................................................... Off
11) Evacuate
12) Forced Landing with Both Engines Inoperative Checklist ..........Complete

IF planning landing with landing gear RETRACTED:

7) Landing gear horn CB (E5 Left Main DC) ......................................... Pull


8) Flap ........................................................................................................ 35

Maintain VREF until immediately prior to flare.


DO NOT exceed 5 nose up during flare.
Touch down with minimum speed and minimum rate of descent
without stalling.

After ground contact:


9) Condition levers ............................................................................ Fuel Off
10) Pull Fuel Off Handles........................................................................... Pull
11) Battery Master ...................................................................................... Off

After airplane comes to stop:


12) Evacuate
13) Forced Landing with Both Engines Inoperative Checklist ..........Complete

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FORCED LANDING WITH BOTH ENGINES INOPERATIVE

After all attempts to achieve a successful airstart have failed proceed as


follows:
1) Flaps ................................................................................... 0 (if possible)
2) Airspeed ........................................................... Vref speed for flap setting

With 0 flap, propellers feathered and landing gear retracted, under zero
wind conditions, 2.5 nautical miles can be traveled for every 1000 feet of
altitude lost. This distance will increase in a tailwind and decrease in a
headwind.

3) Cabin .............................................................................................. Secure


4) MAIN and AUX BATT switches ............................................................ Off
5) BATTERY MASTER switch .................................................................. On

The following services will be inoperative:

Hydraulic:

Flaps
Roll Spoilers
Rudder
Anti-skid
Landing Gear
Nose Wheel Steering

Electric:

All Variable Frequency AC Services


All Non-essential DC Services (see BATTERY ESSENTIAL
SERVICES checklist Page 30)

Pneumatic:

Airframe De-icing
Pressurization

6) EGPWS........................................................................ TERRAIN INHIBIT


7) Cabin signs ........................................................................................... On
8) Emergency lights .................................................................................. On
9) ELT ....................................................................................................... On
10) Shoulder harness ........................................................................... Locked

Make the approach and landing into the wind.


Extending the gear will steepen glide angle and decrease
horizontal glide distance. Allow sufficient time for gear to extend.

IF planning landing with landing gear EXTENDED:

If the available surface is appropriate extend landing gear allowing sufficient


time for alternate gear extension.

Maintain VREF for appropriate flap setting until immediately prior to


flare.
Continued on next page

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FORCED LANDING WITH BOTH ENGINES INOPERATIVE
(Continued)
(Continued)

Commence flare to achieve zero vertical velocity immediately prior


to ground contact.
Touchdown with minimum speed and minimum rate of descent
without stalling.

11) Landing gear............................................. Extend (checklist on Page 38.)

Prior to touchdown:
12) Battery Master ...................................................................................... Off

After touchdown:
13) Emergency brake ....................................................... Apply Intermittently

When aircraft comes to a stop:


14) Evacuate
15) Forced Landing with Both Engines Inoperative checklist ...........Complete

IF planning landing with landing gear RETRACTED:

Maintain VREF for appropriate flap setting until immediately prior to


flare.
Commence flare to achieve zero vertical velocity immediately prior
to ground contact.
DO NOT exceed 6 nose up during flare.
Touchdown with minimum speed and minimum rate of descent
without stalling.

Prior to touchdown:
10) Battery Master ...................................................................................... Off

When aircraft comes to a stop:


11) Evacuate
12) Forced Landing with Both Engines Inoperative checklist ...........Complete

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EMERGENCY LANDING PROCEDURES
When it is known that a landing must be performed which could be identified
as an emergency landing due to the presence of factors which introduce a
hazard to the airplane and its occupants, the following points should be
addressed as applicable:

Instruct flight attendant to brief and prepare passengers as


appropriate to the emergency.
If possible, ensure that no passengers are seated in the rotational
plane of the propellers.
Secure all loose items in the flight compartment and cabin.
Complete all necessary radio communications concerning the
intended landing with ground support personnel.
Review the procedures to be followed, covering all aspects of crew
actions and coordination.
Consider the suitability of a practice approach.
Ensure that both pilots shoulder harnesses are secure and locked.
Deactivate the GPWS by pulling EGPWS ANNUC circuit breaker
B3 and EGPWS COMP (A3, H3, J3 or M3) on the left main circuit
breaker panel.
Cabin altitude Auto/Man/Dump switch........................................ Dump
Emergency light switch .................................................................... On
Battery Master switch ...................................................................... Off
Emergency Landing Procedures checklist ........................... Complete

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AIRCRAFT DITCHING

IF both engines are OPERATIVE:

1) Accomplish FORCED LANDING WITH BOTH ENGINES OPERATING


checklist on Page 73.

Landing Considerations

In rolling swell surface conditions attempt to ditch along and parallel


to the crests as much into wind as swell line permits. In other water
surface conditions land into wind.
Maintain VREF until immediately prior to flare.
Set rate of descent to 200 to 300 FPM.
Commence flare to achieve zero vertical velocity immediately prior
to water contact.
Maintain pitch attitude of 10 nose up.
Touchdown with minimum speed and minimum rate of descent
without stalling.
A transient nose-up pitching motion may result following touchdown.
Overcorrection of this tendency could result in porpoising or nosing
in.

After water contact:

2) Condition levers .......................................................................... Fuel Off


3) Pull Fuel Off Handles ......................................................................... Pull
4) Battery Master..................................................................................... Off

When airplane comes to a stop:

5) Evacuate

Do not open the front door on the lower side.

The airplane will float with one wing in the water. The exits on the
high side of the cabin should be used for evacuation.

6) Aircraft Ditching checklist..........................................................Complete

IF both engines are INOPERATIVE:

1) Accomplish FORCED LANDING WITH BOTH ENGINES


INOPERATIVE checklist on Page 75.

Landing Considerations

DO NOT select landing gear down.


In rolling swell surface conditions attempt to ditch along and parallel
to the crests as much into wind as swell line permits. In other water
surface conditions land into wind.
Maintain VREF until immediately prior to flare.

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AIRCRAFT DITCHING (Continued)

(Continued)

Commence flare to achieve zero vertical velocity immediately prior


to water contact.
Maintain pitch attitude of 10 nose up.
Touchdown with minimum speed and minimum rate of descent
without stalling.
A transient nose-up pitching motion may result following touchdown.
Overcorrection of this tendency could result in porpoising or nosing
in.

After water contact:

2) Battery Master ..................................................................................... Off

When airplane comes to a stop:

3) Evacuate

Do not open the front door on the lower side.

The airplane will float with one wing in the water. The exits on the
high side of the cabin should be used for evacuation

4) Aircraft Ditching checklist ......................................................... Complete

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OBSERVERS JUMPSEAT BRIEFING CARD

Welcome Aboard. To enhance your safety and the safety of this flight,
review this card covering required flightdeck briefing items. If you have
questions on this material, please ask your pilot to further explain the
system or procedure. In case of an emergency, you will be expected to
assist in any way deemed consistent with your capabilities. Do not hesitate
to call the crews attention to anything out of the ordinary your extra set of
eyes and ears are invaluable to us. Thank you for your assistance. Glad to
have you along.

Smoking Policy. Piedmont Airlines prohibits smoking anywhere on the


aircraft.

Sterile Flighdeck. All non-essential conversations or tasks are prohibited


during critical phases of flight. Ensure cell phone(s)/PEDs are off.

Life Vests. The flightdeck life vests are yellow. Your life vest is located in a
storage compartment above the jumpseat.

Seatbelt/Shoulder Harness. The lap belt and shoulder harness use a


single quick-release buckle. To release the buckle, lift up on the faceplate.
Fasten seat belt for takeoff, landing, and turbulence. Fasten the shoulder
harness for takeoff and landing. Exception: shoulder harness may be
unfastened if it interferes with the performance of duties.

Jumpseat. The jumpseat is stowed when not in use. Ask your pilot how to
operate the seat if you are unfamiliar.

Audio Panel/Headset. VHF-1 is normally used for all ATC communications.


Please do not use the microphone for any interphone/radio transmissions.
Your audio selector panel is to the right of the jumpseat on the observers
station. The headset is located in a box on the wall behind the first officers
head.

Oxygen Mask/Smoke Goggle. A full face oxygen mask is located in a


pouch on the wall behind the first officers seat.

Operation. Remove the mask from the pouch. Position the mask over your
head and comfortably locate over nose and mouth. You will have to lean
forward as the oxygen line is not long enough to sit upright in the jumpseat.
Turn the knob on the oxygen cylinder COUNTERCLOCKWISE to begin the
flow of oxygen.

Cockpit Door. The cockpit door is secured using the deadbolt lock.

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OBSERVERS EMERGENCY BRIEFING CARD (Continued)

(Continued)

Emergency Exits. Unless the captain indicates otherwise

Primary. Your primary exit is either the forward airstair door or the forward
cabin emergency exit door.

Alternate. If evacuation is not possible through the cabin, the alternate


emergency exit is the flight compartment emergency hatch.

In Case of an Emergency Evacuation. As soon as possible after the


aircraft has come to a complete stop

1. Stow the jumpseat.


2. Proceed to the cabin and exit the aircraft as directed by the flight
attendant.

If unable to evacuate out of cabin. Follow either the captain or first officer
down the escape rope

1. Move handle of emergency exit hatch counterclockwise to vent


position. Hatch opens inward.
2. Pull handle down to remove hatch. Place hatch against door.
3. Remove the cover on the emergency escape rope (located on left
side of emergency exit hatch).
4. Pull the rope out and throw out to the left or right side of aircraft.
5. Use the center console and/or the captain and first officers arm
rests to exit the emergency hatch.
6. Hold onto the escape rope and slide down the aircraft.
7. After reaching the ground, clear the area.

If you do not understand the preceding procedures,


please ask the captain or first officer to review them with
you.

8. If the preceding procedures are understood, please inform the


captain with statement: The jumpseat briefing is understood.

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UNFACTORED LANDING DISTANCE INFLIGHT USE ONLY
Dry Runway
DHC-8-102
Flaps 15

Dry Runway Landing Distance (ft)


Landing Weight (1000 lbs)
P.A 25.0 26.0 27.0 28.0 29.0 30.0 31.0 32.0 33.0 34.0 34.5
10000 1617 1656 1694 1733 1771 1810 1848 1887 1925 1964 1967
9500 1605 1643 1681 1719 1757 1795 1833 1871 1909 1947 1966
9000 1593 1630 1668 1705 1743 1780 1817 1855 1892 1930 1948
8500 1581 1618 1654 1691 1728 1765 1802 1839 1876 1913 1931
8000 1568 1605 1641 1677 1714 1750 1787 1823 1859 1896 1914
7500 1554 1590 1626 1662 1698 1734 1770 1806 1842 1878 1896
7000 1540 1576 1611 1647 1683 1718 1754 1789 1825 1861 1878
6500 1526 1561 1597 1632 1667 1702 1737 1773 1808 1843 1861
6000 1512 1547 1582 1617 1652 1686 1721 1756 1791 1826 1843
5500 1500 1534 1568 1603 1637 1671 1706 1740 1774 1809 1826
5000 1487 1521 1555 1589 1622 1656 1690 1724 1758 1791 1808
4500 1475 1508 1541 1575 1608 1641 1675 1708 1741 1774 1791
4000 1462 1495 1528 1561 1593 1626 1659 1692 1725 1757 1774
3500 1448 1481 1514 1546 1579 1612 1645 1677 1710 1743 1759
3000 1434 1466 1499 1532 1565 1597 1630 1663 1695 1728 1745
2500 1419 1452 1485 1518 1550 1583 1616 1648 1681 1714 1730
2000 1405 1438 1470 1503 1536 1568 1601 1634 1666 1699 1715
1500 1393 1426 1458 1490 1522 1555 1587 1619 1652 1684 1700
1000 1381 1413 1445 1477 1509 1541 1573 1605 1637 1669 1685
500 1369 1401 1433 1464 1496 1527 1559 1590 1622 1653 1669
0 1358 1389 1420 1451 1482 1513 1545 1576 1607 1638 1654

Adjustments
Condition Correction Condition Correction
Headwind (20 kts max -10 ft/kt Downslope (up to -2.00% +230 ft per
credit) max) 1%
Tailwind (10 kts max) +30 ft/kt Wet Runway x 1.30
Upslope (up to 2.00% -90 ft per De-ice system ON X 1.16
max) 1%
Instructions: 1. Determine landing distance from table.
2. Correct for winds and any other applicable
adjustments
3. Multiply distance by the landing distance
correction factor found in the appropriate
checklist.

General Landing Distances are calculated using:


34,500 lbs.
2500 Pressure Altitude
1% Downslope
10 Knot Tailwind

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Flaps 35

Dry Runway Landing Distance (ft)


Landing Weight (1000 lbs)
P.A 25.0 26.0 27.0 28.0 29.0 30.0 31.0 32.0 33.0 34.0 34.5
10000 1529 1532 1558 1592 1613 1632 1651 1655 1655 1655 1655
9500 1516 1519 1545 1579 1599 1618 1636 1653 1653 1653 1653
9000 1503 1506 1531 1566 1585 1604 1622 1640 1659 1659 1659
8500 1490 1492 1518 1552 1572 1589 1607 1625 1657 1663 1663
8000 1477 1479 1505 1539 1558 1575 1592 1610 1641 1667 1667
7500 1464 1467 1492 1525 1545 1562 1579 1596 1627 1658 1674
7000 1452 1455 1479 1511 1533 1549 1565 1582 1613 1644 1659
6500 1440 1443 1466 1497 1520 1536 1552 1568 1599 1629 1644
6000 1428 1430 1453 1482 1507 1522 1538 1554 1584 1615 1630
5500 1416 1418 1441 1470 1493 1509 1525 1541 1570 1600 1614
5000 1403 1406 1429 1458 1479 1495 1511 1528 1556 1585 1599
4500 1391 1393 1417 1446 1465 1482 1498 1515 1542 1570 1584
4000 1379 1381 1405 1434 1452 1468 1485 1502 1528 1555 1568
3500 1370 1371 1394 1422 1440 1456 1473 1489 1515 1541 1555
3000 1360 1362 1384 1410 1428 1444 1461 1477 1502 1528 1541
2500 1351 1353 1373 1398 1416 1432 1448 1465 1489 1515 1527
2000 1342 1344 1362 1386 1404 1420 1436 1453 1476 1501 1514
1500 1330 1332 1352 1377 1394 1409 1425 1441 1464 1489 1502
1000 1318 1320 1341 1367 1383 1398 1413 1428 1451 1477 1491
500 1306 1308 1331 1357 1372 1387 1402 1416 1439 1466 1479
0 1294 1296 1321 1347 1362 1376 1390 1404 1427 1454 1467

Adjustments
Condition Correction Condition Correction
Headwind (20 kts max -10 ft/kt Downslope (up to -2.00% +200 ft per
credit) max) 1%
Tailwind (10 kts max) +30 ft/kt Wet Runway x 1.30
Upslope (up to 2.00% -80 ft per De-ice system ON X 1.10
max) 1%
Instructions: 1. Determine landing distance from table.
2. Correct for winds and any other applicable
adjustments
3. Multiply distance by the landing distance
correction factor found in the appropriate
checklist.

General Landing Distances are calculated using:


34,500 lbs.
2500 Pressure Altitude
1% Downslope
10 Knot Tailwind

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Runway Slope In Percent

Runway Difference Between Threshold Elevations (FT)


Length
(Feet) 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 120

Runway Slope In Percent Chart


12,000 0.1 0.2 0.3 0.3 0.4 0.5 0.6 0.7 0.8 0.8 0.9 1.0

Maximum Slope +/- 2.0%


11,000 0.1 0.2 0.3 0.4 0.5 0.5 0.6 0.7 0.9 0.9 1.0 1.1

10,000 0.1 0.2 0.3 0.4 0.5 0.6 0.7 0.8 1.0 1.0 1.1 1.2

9,000 0.1 0.2 0.3 0.4 0.6 0.7 0.8 0.9 1.1 1.1 1.2 1.3

8,000 0.1 0.3 0.4 0.5 0.6 0.8 0.9 1.0 1.3 1.3 1.4 1.5

7,000 0.1 0.3 0.4 0.6 0.7 0.9 1.0 1.1 1.4 1.4 1.6 1.7

6,000 0.2 0.3 0.5 0.7 0.8 1.0 1.2 1.3 1.7 1.7 1.8 2.0
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5,000 0.2 0.4 0.6 0.8 1.0 1.2 1.4 1.6 2.0 2.0 2.2 2.4

4,000 0.3 0.5 0.8 1.0 1.3 1.5 1.8 2.0 2.5 2.5 2.8 3.0
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3,000 0.3 0.7 1.0 1.3 1.7 2.0 2.3 2.7 3.0 3.3 3.7 4.0
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Baseline: 26 OCT 11

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