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Engine Fire or Failure in Flight
Affected Engine:
1. Condition Lever - Fuel Cutoff
2. Prop Lever - Feather
3. Firewall Fuel Valve - Close
[Extinguisher Push]&[Closed]- Illuminated
4. Fire Extinguisher (if fire warning persists) - Actuate
[Checklist]
Engine Fire on Ground
Affected Engine:
1. Condition Lever - Fuel Cutoff
2. Firewall Fuel Valve - Close
[Extinguisher Push]&[Closed] Illuminated
3. Starter Switch - Starter Only
4. Fire Extinguisher (if fire warning persists) - Actuate
[Checklist]
Emergency Engine Shutdown on the Ground
1. Condition Levers - Fuel Cutoff
2. Prop Levers - Feather
3. Firewall Fuel Valves - Close
[Extinguisher Push]&[Closed] - Illuminated
4. Master Switch (gang bar) - Off
5. Battery Bus - Emerg Off
6. ESIS Power - Off
Engine Failure During Takeoff (At or Below V1) - Takeoff Aborted

and Warning
1. Power Levers - Ground Fine
2. Brakes - Maximum (or as required to achieve stopping distance)
Warning: Do not use reverse thrust with one engine inoperative. Care must be exercised when using single-engine ground fine on surfaces with reduced traction.
Engine Failure During Takeoff (At or Above V1) - Takeoff Continued

and Warning
1. VR Speed - Rotate to approximately 10 deg pitch attitude
2. Landing Gear (when positive climb established) - Up
3. Airspeed - Maintain V2 to 400' AGL
4. Propeller (inop engine) - verify feathered
[Checklist]
Warning - Do not retard the failed engine power lever until the autofeather system has completely stopped propeller rotation. To do so will deactivate the autofeather circuit and prevent automatic feathering.
Engine Failure in Flight Below Air minimum control Speed (Vmca)
1. Power - Reduce as required to maintain control
2. Nose - lower to accelerate above Vmca
[Checklist]
Oil Pressure Low [L Oil Pres Lo] or [R Oil Pres Lo]
[Checklist]
Fuel Pressure Low [L Fuel Pres Lo] or R Fuel Pres Lo]
[Checklist]
Windshield Electrical Fault
[Checklist]
Electrical Smoke or Fire


and Warning
1. Oxygen Mask(s) - Don
2. Mask Selector Switch - EMERG Position
3. Mic Switche(es) - OXY
[Checklist]
Warning - Dissipation of smoke is not sufficient evidence that a fire has been extinguished. If it cannot be visually confirmed that no fire exists, land at the nearest suitable airport.
Environmental System Smoke or Fumes
1. Oxygen Mask(s) - Don
2. Mask Selector Switch - EMERG Position
3. Mic Switche(es) - OXY
Airstair Door/Cargo Door Unlocked [Door Unlocked]


and Warning
Warning - Do not attempt to check the security of the airstair door or cargo door in flight. Remain as far from the door as possible with seatbelts securely fastened.

If the [DOOR UNLOCKED] illuminates, or if an unlatched airstair door/cargo door is suspected:
1. All Occupants - seated with seat belts securely fastenend
[Checklist]
Emergency Descent
1. Power Levers - Idle
2. Prop Levers - Full Forward
3. Flaps (202 kts maximum) - Approach
4. Landing Gear (184 kts maximum) - Down
5. Airspeed - 184 kts maximum
Emergency Landing
[Checklist]
Glide
1. Landing Gear - Up
2. Flaps - Up
3. Prop Levers - Feathered
4. Airspeed - 135 kts
[Checklist]
Warning - Do not feather second engine propeller if a No Starter Assist Airstart is to be conducted. Airstarts with a windmilling propeller will result in lower starting temperatures. Refer to Section 3A, Abnormal Procedures, for Airstart procedures.
Dual Generator Failure
[L DC GEN] & [R DC GEN]
1. Instrument Emergency Lights (if required) - ON
2. Generators - RESET, THEN ON
If Either Generator Will Reset:
3. Operating Generator Loadmeter - MONITOR
If Neither Generator Will Reset:
4. Non-essential equipment - OFF
[Checklist]
Dual Generator Failure
Caution
Caution: The propeller ground idel stop solenoids will be inoperative rendering the effectiveness of the propeller Ground Fine and Reverse power lever settings ineffective or greatly reduced. Plan on longer landing distances.
Dual Generator Failure
Warning
Do not place the GEN TIES switch in the MAN CLOSE position. This action reconnects the left and right generator bus loads to the battery, severly limiting battery duration.
Use of Oxygen Warning
Beards and mustaches should be carefully trimmed so that they will not interfere with the proper sealing of an oxygen mask. The fit of the oxygen mask around the beard or mustache should be checked on the ground for proper sealing. Studies conducted by the military the the FAA conclude that oxygen masks do not seal over beards and mustaches. Hats and ear-muff type headsets must be removed prior to donning crew oxygen masks. Headsets and eyeglasses worn by crew members may interfere with quick-donning capabilities.
Use of Oxygen Warning#2
Rapid decompressions can reduce the times of useful consciousness (TUC), as listed in the table in the checklist, to 1/3 - 1/2 of their original value.
Use of Oxygen (Crew)

and Warning
1. Oxygen Mask(s) - DON
2. Mic Switche(es) - OXY
[Checklist]

Warning- The highest recommended cabin altitude for sustained flight is 25,000 feet.
First Aid Oxygen
Checklist
Pressurization Loss [CABIN ALT HI]

and Warning
1. Oxygen Mask(s) - DON
2. Mic Switch(es) - OXY
3. Passenger Manual Drop-Out - PULL ON [PASS OXYGEN ON] - Illuminated
4. Descend - AS REQUIRED
[Checklist]
Warning - The highest recommended cabin altitude for sustained flight is 25,000 feet.
High Differential Pressure [CABIN DIFF HI]
1. Bleed Air Valves - ENVIR OFF
2. Oxygen (crew and passengers) - AS REQUIRED
3. Descend - AS REQUIRED
Auto-Deployment Oxygen System Failure [CABIN ALT HI] Illuminated, [PASS OXYGEN ON] Extinguished
1. Passenger Manual Drop-Out - PULL ON
[Checklist]
Bleed Air Fail
[L BLEED FAIL] or [R BLEED FAIL]
1. Bleed Air Valve (affected engine) - PNEU & ENVIR OFF
[L BL AIR OFF] or [R BL AIR OFF] - ILLUMINATED
Emergency Exit
[Checklist]
Spins
1. Control Column - FULL FORWARD, AILERONS NEUTRAL
2. Full Rudder - OPPOSITE THE DIRECTION OF SPIN
3. Power Levers - IDLE
4. Rudder - NEUTRALIZE WHEN ROTATION STOPS
5. Execute a smooth pullout
Unscheduled Electric Pitch Trim Activation
1. Airplane Attitude - MAINTAIN USING ELEVATOR CONTROL
2. A/P/Trim Disconnect - DEPRESS FULLY AND HOLD [TRIM] - Illuminated
[Checklist]
Unscheduled Rudder Boost Activation
1. AP/Trim Disconnect - DEPRESS TO 1ST LEVEL AND HOLD
2. Rudder Boost - OFF
3. YD/AP DISC (on Flight Guidance Panel) - PULL DOWN
AUTOPILOT MISTRIM [E] or [A]

and Warning
1. Flight Controls - HOLD FIRMLY (Control forces may exceed 25 lbs)
2. A/P - DISENGAGE
[Checklist]
Warning - Intentional or automatic disengagement of the autopilot without restraining the control wheel during a mistrim condition will produce a significant airplane response in the direction of the mistrim force.
AUTOPILOT TRIM FAIL [TRIM]
1. Flight Controls - HOLD FIRMLY
2. A/P - DISENGAGE
[Checklist]
AUTOPILOT AUTOMATIC DISENGAGEMENT
1. Maintain Airplane Control
2. AP/YD Disconnect - DEPRESS TO 1ST LEVEL TO CANCEL HORN
ENHANCED GROUND PROXIMITY WARNING SYSTEM (EGP-WS)
1. Wings - LEVEL
2. Power - MAX ALLOWABLE
3. Pitch - INCREASE
Promptly and smoothly increase pitch towards an initial pitch attitude of 20-25 degrees
Adjust as required to avoid continuous buffeting and/or stall warning.
Adjust to maintain 125 KIAS
4. Gear and Flaps - UP
[Checklist]
SINGLE ADC FAILURE
[Checklist]
DUAL ADC FAILURE
[Checklist]
SINGLE AHRS FAILURE
[Checklist]
DUAL AHRS FAILURE
[Checklist]
ELECTRIC PITCH TRIM INOPERATIVE [TRIM]
[Checklist]
One Engine Inoperative Best Angle of Climb (Vxse)
125 kts
One Engine Inoperative Best Rate of Climb (Vyse)
125 kts
One Engine Inoperative Enroute Climb
125 kts
Air Minimum Control Speeds (Vmca) Flaps Up
94 kts
Air Minimum Control Speeds (Vmca) Flaps Approach
93 kts
Emergency Descent
184 kts
Maximum Range Glide
135 kts