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Engine Malfunction in Flight
*1. Control Nr.
Warning: Flying at an airspeed greater than 105 KIAS with one engine inoperative may result in unrecoverable decay of Nr in the event of a dual-engine failure.
*2.CONTGCY PWR switch-On
*3. Single-engine conditions-Establish
*4. ENG ANTI-ICE switches-As required
Warning: With engine anti-ice on, up to 18% torque available is lost. Torque may be reduced as much as 49% with improperly operating engine inlet anti-ice valves.
*5. External cargo/stores/fuel-Jettison/dump as required
*6. Identify malfunction
Engine High-Side Failure in Flight
*1. Engine Malfunction in Flight emergency procedure-perform
*2. PCL (malfunctioning engline)-Retard to set:
a.Torque 10% below good engine, or
b. Matched Ng, or
c. Matched TGT
3. Land as soon as practicable
Engine High-Side Failure on Deck
*1. PCLs-Idle
ENG Low-Side Failure
*1. Engine Malfunction in Flight emergency procedure-perform
(Break out the PCL...)
2. PCL (malfunctioning engline)-Momentarily advance to LOCKOUT, Retard to set:
a.Torque 10% below good engine, or
b. Matched Ng, or
c. Matched TGT
3. Land as soon as practicable
Engine Torque or TGT Spiking/Fluctuations
*1. Engine Malfunction in Flight emergency procedure-perform
If fuel contamination is suspected:
*2. Land as soon as possible
Warning; PCL movement during engine fluctuations may precipitate an engine failure. Consider performing APU emergency start procedure prior to manipulating the PCL. Maintaining a low power setting when moving the PCL will minimize the Nr decay rate if the malfunctioning engine fails.
(Break out the PCL...)
Compressor Stall
*1. Engine Malfunction in Flight emergency procedure-perform
*2. PCL (malfunctioning engine)-IDLE
(break out the PCL...)
Engine High-Speed Shaft Failure
*1. Engine Malfunction in Flight emergency procedure-perform
*2. PCL (malfunctioning engine)-OFF
(Break out the PCL)
Abort Start
*1. PCL-OFF
*2. ENGINE IGNITION switch-OFF
*3. Starter-ENGAGE
4. Starter-Disengage after 30 seconds and TGT below 540C
Engine malfunction during hover/takeoff
*1. Control Nr
*2. CONTGC PWR switch-ON
If a suitable landing site exists or unable to trasition to forward flight:
*3. Set level attitude, eliminated drift, cushion landing
If able to transition to forward flight:
*4. Engine Malfunction in Flight emergency procedure-perform
Dual-Engine Failure in Flight/Hover
*1. Collective-Full down, enter auto
*2. Immediate landing/Ditching emergency procedure-Perform
If time and altitude permit
*3. Engine Air Restart emergency procedure- perform
Single-Engine Failure in Flight
*1. Engine Malfunction in Flight emergency procedure-perform
(Break out the PCL...)
Engine Air Restart
*1. #1 and #2 fuel boost pushbuttons-ON
*2. APU emergency Start procedure-as required
*3. Engine Ignition switch-Norm
*4. Fuel selector levers-Dir/XFD
*5. PCL(s)-OFF
*6. Starter(s)-Engage
*7. PCL(s)-Idle
*8. PCL(s)-Fly
APU Emergency Start
*1. ECS-OFF
*2. Air source ECS/Start switch-APU
*3. Fuel Pump switch-APU boost
*4. APU CONTR switch-ON
*5. APU GEN-Check ON
Unusual Vibrations on deck
*1. Collective-lower
*2. PCLs-OFF
*3. Rotor Brake-Apply as required
Hung Droop Stops
*1. Reengage rotor to greater than 75% Nr.
(Break out PCL...)
Low Rotor RPM
*1. Control Nr
2. Determine cause of low Nr
Main Transmission Malfunction
If failure is Imminent:
*1. Land Immediately
If secondary indications are present:
*2. Land as soon as possible
(Break our PCL...)
Tail/Intermediate Transmission Malfunction
If failure is Imminent:
*1. Land Immediately
If secondary indications are present:
*2. Land as soon as possible
(Break our PCL...)
Input Chip
*Main Transmission Malfunction emergency procedure-Perform
If engine secondary indications are present:
(Break out PCL...)
Loss of Tail Rotor Drive (Alt and A/s sufficient to Auto)
*1. PAC call- AUTO AUTO AUTO
*2. Autorotation-Establish
*3. Drive Failure-Attempt to verify
*4. Immediate Landing/Ditching emergency procedure-Perform
*5. PCLs-OFF when directed (prior to flare)
Loss of Tail Rotor Drive (Alt and A/s not sufficient to auto)
*1. PAC call- HOVER HOVER HOVER
*2. Collective-Lower
*3. PNAC-Hands on PCLs
*4.PCLs-OFF (20 to 30ft)
Loss of Tail Rotor Control
*1. Collective/Airspeed-Adjust as required to control yaw
(Break out PCLs)
HYD
*1. Land Immediately
#1 Primary Servo or Transfer Mod Leak
*1. Servo switch- 1st OFF
*2. Land as soon as practical
If the backup RSVR LOW caution also appears or the backup pump fails:
*3. Land as soon as possible
If the #2 pri servo caution and/or HYD warning appears:
*4. Land Immediately
Warning: Switching the backup hyd pump to off with WOW and #1 hyd pump caution light illuminated will result in loss of tail rotor directional control when the backup pump secures
#2 Primary Servo or Transfer Mod Leak
*1. Servo switch- 2nd OFF
*2. Land as soon as practical
If the backup RSVR LOW caution also appears or the backup pump fails:
*3. Land as soon as possible
If the #1 pri servo caution and/or HYD warning appears:
*4. Land Immediately
Boost Servo Hardover
*1.SAS/Boost pushbutton-Off
(Break out PCL...)
AFCS Degraded
*1. Safe altitude and airspeed-Establish (waveoff/Instrument Takeoff ITO as required)
(Break out PCL...)
Stabilator auto mode failure
*1. PAC cal- STAB STAB STAB
*2. Cyclic-Arrest pitch rate
*3. Collective- Do not reduce
*4. MAN SLEW switch-Adjust to 0
When at a safe altitude and airspeed:
(Break out PCL...)
Unusual Attitude Recovery
*1. Level Wings
*2. Nose on horizon
*3. Center Ball
*4. Stop rate of climb/descent
*5. Control airspeed
Total AC/DC power failure/ Dual GEN/Converter failure
*1. Safe altitude and airspeed-establish
*2. Stabilator-Check position, slew as required/able
*3. APU Emergency start procedure-Perform if AC
(Break out PCL...)
Fuel Press (#1/#2)
If #1 or #2 fuel press caution appears or both when in DIR/XFD:
*1. Fuel selector lever (affected eng (s))- XFD (direct if currently in XFD)
If caution disappears:
(Break out PCL...)
If both appear in DIR/DIR or both remain:
*1. #1 and #2 fuel boost pushbuttons-On
*2. Land as soon as possible be prepared for dual eng fail
Fuel FLTR Bypass
If #1 or #2 fuel bypass caution appears :
*1. Fuel selector lever (affected eng (s))- XFD (direct if currently in XFD)
2. #1 and #2 fuel boost pushbuttons-on

*3. Land as soon as practical

If #1 and #2 fuel bypass caution appears when in DIR/XFD:
*1. Fuel selector lever -opposite
*2. #1 and #2 fuel boost pushbuttons-on

*3. Land as soon as possible


If both appear in DIR/DIR:
*1. #1 and #2 fuel boost pushbuttons-On
*2. Land as soon as possible be prepared for dual eng fail
Refueling Hose Jettison HIFR
*1. T-handle-Pull
*2. Hose status-Report
Warning:Hose snapback on breakway may impact the aircrewman depending on direction of aircraft motion

If hose fails to break away:
*3. Quickly disengage the nozzle and grounding wire, then cut the hoist cable
Uncommanded Fuel Dumping
*1. Fuel Pump cbs-Pull
External Engine Fire
*1. Confirm Fire
*2. Engine Malfunction in Flight EP-Perform
*3. PCL (affected engine)-OFF
*4. Engine T-Handle-Pull
*5. Fire EXTGH switch-Main (Reserve as required)

If airborne and continues:
*6. Land Immediately

If fire appears extinguished:
*7 Land as Soon as possible
8. Single-Engine Landing EP- Perform

On ground:
9. Fire extinguisher- Discharge into engine compartment
Internal Engine Fire
*1. Starter-Engage
2. Portable Fire extinguisher-as required
3. Starter- Secure once TGT below 540C
APU Fire
*1. APU T-handle-Pull
*2. Confirm fire.
*3. Fire EXTGH switch- Reserve (main if availble)

If airborne and continues:
*4. Land Immediately

If fire appears extinguished:
*5 land as soon as possible

If on ground:
*6. Fire extinguisher- as required
7. Fuel pump switch-off
8. APU CNTR switch-off
Cockpit/Cabin Fire
if source is known:
*1. Affected power switches and cbs- secure
*2. Portable fire extinguisher- as required

If fire continues or source unknown:
*3. Cabin/doors/vents/ECS-Close/Off as required

*4.Unnecessary electrical equipment and cbs- secure

If fire continues:

*5. Land as soon as possible
(Break out PCL...)
Smoke and Fume Elimination
*1. Airspeed-Adjust as required
*2. Doors/windows/vents-open
*3. Aircraft-Yaw as required
Immediate Landing/Ditching
*1. Crew-Alert
*2.Harness-Lock
*3.External-Jettison
*4.Searchlight-As Required
*5.Transmit-Mayday IFF
Caution:Time permit, start APU
In the flare:
*6. Armor wings-Stow
*7.Window-Jettisons

After landing:
*8. PCLs-Off
*9. Rotor Brake-ON
*10. Copilot collective-Stow

After all motion stops:
*11. Egress