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Aborted Take-Off
1. Brakes.....apply
2. Throttles...idle
3. Speed brakes....extend
4. Thrust Reversers...as required
Engine Fire or Failure During Takeoff (Above V1)
1. Positive Rate-of-Climb.....gear up.
2. Clear of Obstacles and V2+10....flaps up.
3. Continue climb......Venr.
Engine Failure During Coupled Approach
1. Autopilot and Yaw Damper...Off
2. Airspeed...Vref+10
3. Flaps...Approach until landing is assured
Emergency Restart-Two Engines
1. Altitude...Below FL350
2. Airspeed...200 knots minimum
3. Ingitions...On
4. Boost pumps...on
5. Throttles...Idle
Engine Fire
1. Throttle....Idle
(if the light remains on)
2. Engine Fire Switch...Press
3. Either Fire Bottle Armed Light....Press
Fire, Smoke or Odor
1. Oxygen Masks...Don and 100% or EMER
2. Oxygen Control Valve...Manual Drop
3. Oxgen Mic Switches...Mic Oxy Mask
4. Pass Oxygen...Ensure Passengers on Oxygen
Wheel Brake Failure
1. Brake Pedals....feet off
2. Emer Brake Handle....Pull
Battery Overheat
1. Amperage....check
2. Battery Switch...Emer
3. Amperage...note decrease
Rapid Decompression
1. Oxygen Masks...Don and 100% Oxygen
2. Oxygen Control Valve...Manual Drop
3. Oxygen Mic Switches...Mic Oxy Mask
4. Press Source Selector...Emer
5. Pass Oxygen...Ensure Passengers on Oxygen
6. Emergency Descent (if required) ...Tab 8A
Emergency Descent
1. AP/Trim disc....Press and release
2. Ignitions...On
3. Throttles...Idle
4. Speedbrakes...Extend
5. Airplane Pitch Attitude...(initially)...Target 20 degrees nose down
6. Descend at Maximum Airspeed...Vmo/Mmo (unless structural damage has occured)
Autopilot Hardover
Autopilot/Trim Disengage Switch....Press
Elevator Trim Runaway
1. Autopilot/Trim Disengage Switch....Press and hold
2. Pitch Trim CB (LH CB Panel)....Pull
3. Autopilot/Trim Disengage Switch...Release
4. Manual Elevator Trim...Trim as required
Thrust Reverser Deploy During Takeoff
Above V1
1. Emer Stow Switch (Affected Engine) ...Emer
2. Positive Rate-of-climb...Gear Up
3. Clear of Obstacles and V2+10...Flaps Up
4. Airspeed (until stowed)...125 KIAS max
Thrust Reverser Deploy In Flight
1. Control Wheel/Autopilot...Grip/Disengage
2. Emer Stow Switch (Affected Engine)...Emer
3. Airspeed (Until Stowed)...125 KIAS max
Thrust Reverser Unlock Light On Inflight
1. Emer Stow Switch...Emer
2. Thrust Reverser Levers...Full forward
Emergency Evacuation
1. Parking Brake...Set
2. Throttles...cutoff
3. Engine Fire Switches (if required)...Press
4. Fire Bottle Armed Switches (if required)...Press
5. Battery Switch...Off
6 Evacuate...Safest Exit
Vmo
Below 8,000 feet
261
Mmo
8,000 feet to 29,315 feet
276
Mmo
Above Vmo altitude
721
Turbulent Air Penetration
180
Max speed for flaps to 20 degrees
200
Max speed for flaps beyond 20 degrees
172
Vlo and Vle
172
Speed Brake Extension
No limit
Vmca
83
Vmcg
73
Maximum tire speed
165
N1 Fan Take off and Max Continuous
106%
N2 Turbine Take off and Max Continuous
97%
N2 Turbine Idle Flight
49%
Take off ITT
710 degrees Celsius
Starting ITT
700 degrees Celsius for 2 seconds maximum
Thrust reverser limitations
Reverse thrust power reduced to idle by 60 knots
Maximum allowable thrust reverser deploy time...15 minutes in any 1 hour
Engine static ground operation T/R deployed....idle power
Starter limits
3 engine starts in 30 minutes with a 60 second rest period between start attempts
Max Ramp Weight
15,300 lbs
Max Takeoff Weight
15,100 lbs
Max Landing Weight
14,400 lbs
Max Zero Fuel Weight
11,200 lbs
Max altitude for takeoff and landing
14,000 feet
Max temperature for takeoff and landing
ISA + 39 degrees Celsius
Max Water/Slush on the runway
one half inch
Max Tailwind component for takeoff and landing
10 knots
Max crosswind component with Thrust Reverser Deployed
25 knots
Max crosswind component withOUT Thrust Reverser deployed
29 knots
Prolonged Ground Operations
Continuous engine ground static operation upt o and including five minutes at takeoff thrust is limited to ambient temperatures not to exeed ISA + 39 degrees Celsius
Pitot heat ground operation limitation
two minutes
Maximum operating altitude
43,000 feet
Max generator load
300 amps
Max fuel imbalance
200 lbs (600 lbs in emergency)
Maneuving check
ICCEY
Ignitions-ON
Compute -Airspeed bugs set to Vref for actual aircraft weight
Compute-climb power setting for altitude and temp
Engine Sync-Off
Yaw damper-Off
Squat switch inputs-left main
In flight-enables flight hour meter, digital clock, opens emergency pressurization valve, landing gear handle locking solenoid to be energized (unlocked

On the ground, enables:
pressurization solenoid valve to open the outflow valves, gnerator-assisted starts, ground valve to open, pretakeoff pressurization, antiskid locekd wheel protection
Squat switch inputs-left and right main in parallel
In flight, stick-shaker operation, thrust reverser deployment, stick shaker test
Emergency bus items
Comm 1
Nav 2
Copilot HSI
Cockpit floodlights
Voltmeter
Emergency exit lights
ELT
Pilots airspeed
Pilots IVSI
Copilots airspeed
Copilots altimeter
Copilots IVSI
Windshield bleed air
Rain doors
Auxiliary gear control
Emergency brake
Pressurization controller
Manual dump valve
Cabin altitude/differential pressure indicator
Cabin VSI
Oxygen pressure gauge
Passenger oxygen valve
Magnetic compass
JET standby attitude indicator
N1 tape
copilots air-driven gyro and gage
Pressurization sources fail to NORMAL
Mechanical clock
Engine bleed-air anti ice
Hot battery bus
Emergency exist floodlight
Entrance door floodlight
Aft baggage light
Tail cone light
Nose baggage compartment
Voltmeter
Ignition (start only)
Optional ELT
Engine make and thrust
Pratt and Whitney JT15D-4B
2,500 lb. of thrust
Oil capacity
2.08 gallons
Fuel capacity
862 gallons
Landing gear warning horn sounds when...
Either throttle is less than 70% N2 and the speed is below 150 knots, or the flaps are beyond approach, or the rotary test is in the LDG GEAR position
Maximum differential cabin pressure
8.8 psi
Vacuum controls the _______ system
Pressurization
-------is required to be added to the fuel.
Prist
To trim the aircraft, the ______must be turned off.
Yaw damper, autopilot.
Any thrust reverserver arm or unlock lock activates the
Master Warning light
Losing a 225 amp limiter turns on the _____________ light.
Master Warning
Loss of one half the power from one side turns on the _______ _______light on the other side.
Master Warning
N1 is ________

N2 is _________
Performance
Systems
There are ______T1 probes
two
Max continuous power on one engine time limit
10 minutes
210 F causes the _______in the fire extinguisher bottle to go.
plug
A good battery should supply power to the hot battery bus and the emergency bus for approximately ____minutes
30
The battery bus serves as a ____tie bus.
generator
In flight, with the generators on the line, the battery is isolated from any charging source when the battery switch is in either
Off or EMER
If manual termination of a start sequence is desired, the swith to press is
starter disengage
The voltage read on the voltmeter with the selector switch in BATT is sensed from the
hot battery bus
If the generators are not operating, the voltmeter reads battery voltage when the battery switch is in
BATT or EMER
The light in each engine start button illuminates to indicate
closing of the start relay
The generator field relay opens when (3 things)
1. an internal feeder fault is sensed
2. an overvoltage condition is sensed
3. an engine fire switch is activated
If a battery start is intended, the generator switches should be placed to
GEN
When the inverter switch is positioned to AC, normally
each inverter supplies its own AC buses
Illumination of the AC FAIL annunciator light and the Master Warning lights indicate
Failure of both inverters
Positioning the inverter test switch to the INV 1 position disables
the No. 1 inverter
With the battery as the only source of power and the battery switch in the OFF position, the bus(es) powered are:
Hot battery bus
With the battery as the only source of power and the battery switch in the EMER position, the following bus(es) are powered:
emergency and hot batter bus
With the battery as the only source of power and the battery switch in the BATT position, the following condition exists:
All DC buses are powered
With only the hot battery and the emergency buses powered, the following item is inoperative:

1. Nav 1
2. Cockpit floodlights, emergency exit light
3. copilot's compass system, Com 1
4. Nav 2
Nav 1
Regarding the engine starting sequence (battery start) it is normally terminated by
the speed sensing switch on the starter-generator
An annunciator panel light will extinguished when the malfunction
is corrected
The master warning lights illuminate when a ____annunciator panel light illuminates or when ______ GEN OFF lights illuminate
red, both
The rotary test switch illuminates all annunciators in the ANNU position except
Battery overtemp