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Air Start Caution
The pilot should determine the reason for engine failure before attempting an air start. Do not attempt an air start if N1 indicates zero
Starter Assist (Propeller Feathered or Windmilling) and Caution
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Caution - Air starts may not be possible above 30,000 feet. Descend to a lower altitude if necessary. Above 20,000 feet, starts tend to be hotter. During engine acceleration to idle speed, it may become necessary to move the condition lever periodically into FUEL CUTOFF in order to avoid an overtemp condition.
Starter Assist Caution #2
Caution - If conditions permit, retard operative engine ITT to 700C or less to reduce the possibility of exceeding ITT limit. Reduce electrical load to minimum consistent with flight conditions
Flaps Up Landing Caution
Do not silence the landing gear warning horn, since the flap actuated portion of the landing gear warning system will not be actuated during a flaps-up landing.
One-engine-Inoperative Approach and Landing Warning
Care must be exercised when using single-engine ground fine on surfaces with reduced traction. Do not use reverse thrust with one engine inoperative.