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CESSNA MONARCH AIR 172S NAV III

Portion of this section shown in RED are immediate action items which should be committed to memory

Engine Failures Precautionary Landing Engine Fire In Flight Inadvertent Icing Encounter
With Engine Power
During Takeoff Roll Mixture – IDLE CUT OFF Pitot Heat Switch – ON
Fuel Shutoff Valve – PULL OUT Turn Back or Change Altitude
Pass. Seats – MOST UPRIGHT
Auxiliary Fuel Pump – OFF Cabin Heat – FULL OUT
Throttle – IDLE POSITION
STBY BATT Switch – OFF Defroster Outlets – OPEN
Brakes – APPLY Seats and Seat Belts – SECURE
Master Switch – OFF
Flaps – RETRACT Airspeed – 65 KIAS
Cabin Heat and Air – OFF (except Refer to Airplane Flight Manual section
Mixture – IDLE CUT OFF Flaps – 20°
over head vents) 3-13 for approach procedure.
Ignition Switch – OFF Selected Field – FLY OVER
Airspeed – 100 KIAS (if fire persist,
Master Switch – OFF Flaps – RETRACT (reaching a safe
increase glide speed to find an
altitude) airspeed - within limitations - which
Landing With a Flat Main
Immediately After Takeoff Radios – TRANSMIT MAYDAY will provide an incombustible Tire
(giving location, altitude and mixture)
souls onboard) Forced Landing – EXECUTE (as Refer to Airplane Flight Manual
Airspeed – 70 KIAS (Flaps up)
Transponder – SQUAWK 7700 described in “Emergency Landing section 3-14.
65 KIAS (Flaps down)
Avionics Master – OFF Without Power” checklist)
Mixture – IDLE CUT OFF
Flaps – 30° (on final approach)
Fuel Shutoff Valve – PULL OUT
Airspeed – 65 KIAS Landing With a Flat Nose
Ignition Switch – OFF Wing Fire
Flaps – AS REQUIRED
STBY BATT Switch – OFF Tire
Master Switch – OFF
STBY BATT Switch – OFF Landing/Taxi Lights – OFF
Doors – UNLATCH PRIOR TO Refer to Airplane Flight Manual
Master Switch – OFF Navigation Lights – OFF
TOUCHDOWN section 3-14.
Doors – UNLATCH PRIOR TO Strobe Lights – OFF
Touchdown – SLIGHTLY TAIL LOW
TOUCHDOWN Pitot Heat – OFF
Mixture Control – IDLE CUT OFF
Land – STRAIGHT AHEAD, small
Ignition Switch – OFF NOTE Electrical Power Supply
turns to avoid obstacles. Perform a sideslip to keep the flames System Malfunctions
Brakes – APPLY HEAVILY
away from the fuel tank and cabin.
Land as soon as possible using flaps
In Flight (Restart Procedures) Ditching only as required for final approach and
Refer to Airplane Flight Manual Section
touchdown.
3-15 - 3-20
Airspeed – 68 KIAS
Refer to Airplane Flight Manual
Landing Site – SELECTED
Fuel Selector – BOTH
section 3-8. Electrical Fire In Flight Ammeter Shows Excessive
Fuel Shutoff Valve – PUSH IN Rate of Charge (Full
Mixture – RICH Fires STBY BATT Switch – OFF
Deflection)
Auxiliary Fuel Pump – ON Master Switch – OFF
Vents, Cabin Air, Heat – CLOSED
Master Switch – ON During Start On Ground Fire Extinguisher – ACTIVATE If voltage is more than 31.75 on M
Ignition Switch – BOTH or START Batt bus voltmeter, the Alternator
If the engine fails to start, go to Avionics Master Switch – OFF
Cranking – CONTINUE to get a All Other Switches – OFF should be set to the OFF position.
“Emergency Landing Without Engine start which would suck the flames CAUTION
Power” Checklist (except Ignition Switch)
and accumulated fuel into the engine Vents, Cabin Air, Heat – OPEN Compass deviation as of 25° may occur.
If engine starts: (when it is ascertained that fire is Nonessential Electrical – OFF
Forced Landings Power – 1800 RPM for a few completely extinguished) Flight – TERMINATE ASAP
minutes If electrical power is necessary:
Engine – SHUTDOWN and inspect Master Switch – ON Low Voltage Annunciator
Emergency Landing damage Circuit Breakers – CHECK for faulty Illuminates In Flight
Without Engine Power If engine fails to start: circuit, do not reset.
Throttle – FULL OPEN Radio Switches – OFF
Pass. Seats – MOST UPRIGHT Mixture – IDLE CUT OFF Avionics Master Switch – ON Master Switch (ALT Only) – OFF
POSITION Cranking – CONTINUE Radio/Electrical Switches – ON one Alternator CB – CHECK IN
Seats and Seat Belts – SECURE Fuel Shutoff Valve – PULL OUT at a time, with delay after each until Master Switch – ON
Airspeed – 70 KIAS (Flaps up) Auxiliary Fuel Pump – OFF short circuit is located. Low Volts Annunciator – Check OFF
65 KIAS (Flaps down) Master Switch – OFF M BUS Volts – Check 27.5 V min
Mixture – IDLE CUT OFF Engine – SECURE M BAT Amps – Check Charging (+)
Cabin Fire If Low Voltage light illuminates
Fuel Shutoff Valve – PULL OUT Ignition Switch – OFF
Ignition Switch – OFF Parking Brake – RELEASE again:
STBY BATT Switch – OFF Alternator – OFF
Radios – TRANSMIT MAYDAY Fire extinguisher – OBTAIN Master Switch – OFF
(giving location, altitude and Airplane – EVACUATE CAUTION
Vents, Cabin Air, Heat – CLOSED Compass deviation as of 25° may occur.
souls onboard) Fire – EXTINGUISH using fire Fire Extinguisher – ACTIVATE
Transponder – SQUAWK 7700 extinguisher, wool blanket, or dirt Nonessential Electrical – OFF
Vents, Cabin Air, Heat – OPEN Flight – TERMINATE ASAP
Flaps – AS REQUIRED Fire Damage – INSPECT, repair (when it is ascertained that fire is
(30° recommended) damage or replace damaged completely extinguished)
STBY BATT Switch – OFF components before conducting Land the airplane as soon as Vacuum System Failure
Master Switch – OFF another flight.
(when landing is assured)
possible to inspect for damage. light illuminates
Doors – UNLATCH PRIOR TO
TOUCHDOWN Static Source Blockage Vacuum Gauge – CHECK to ensure
vacuum within green arc limits
Touchdown – SLIGHTLY TAIL LOW
Static Pressure Alternate Source NOTE
Brakes – APPLY HEAVILY
Valve – PULL OUT Standby Attitude Indicator must not be
Airspeed – SEE CALIBRATION used for attitude information.
TABLE SECTION 5

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