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Aero Commander

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Engine Securing Procedure 1. Failed Engine - Identify. 2. Condition Lever (#1/2) - Emergency Feather. 3. Fuel-Hyd Switch - Emer Off
Engine Failure During Takeoff Below Takeoff Speed 1. Power Levers - GND IDLE 2. Brakes - As Required 3. Reverse - As Required
Engine Failire During Takeoff If Insuffient Runway Remains for Stopping 1. Engine Control Switches - Eng Off 2. Fuel-Hyd Switches - Emer Off 3. Battery Switch - Off
Engine Failure During Takeoff Above Takeoff Speed (Airplane Airborne) 1. Maintain Directional Control and Establish 99kts 2. Condition Levers - Hight RPM 3. Power Levers - Max Power (EGT Limit Per Placard) 4. Landing Gear - Up 5. Flaps - Verify Up 6. Failed Engine - Identify 7. Condition Lever #1/2 -Emergency F
Engine Failure In Flight 1. Failed Engine - Identify 2. Condition Lever (#1/2) - Emergency Feather
Aborted Airstart 1. Condition Lever (#1/2) - Emergency Feather
One Engine Go-Around 1. Condition Lever (#1/2) - High RPM 2. Power Lever - Max Power When Airspeed is Above Vmca (observe EGT limit) 3. Flaps - Up 4. Landing Gear - Up (when positiventate of climb is established)
Engine Fire on the Ground During Engine Start 1. Condition Lever (#1/2) - Emergency Feather 2. Fuel-Hyd Switch (for affected engine) - Emer Off 3. Engine Control Switch - Eng Off
Engine Fire on the Ground After Engine Start 1. Engine Control Switches - Eng Off 2. Condition Levers - Emergency Feather 3. Fuel-Hyd Switch (for affected engine) - Emer Off
Engine Fire in Flight (Fire Annunciator Illuminated) 1. Conditioner Lever (#1/2) - Emergency Feather 2. Fuel-Hyd Switch - Emer Off 3. Verify Fire Extinguished, No Flame or Smoke, Annunciator Extinguished
Inop or Malfunctioning Electric Pitch Trim 1. Trim and Autopilot Release Switch - Release
Unscheduled Pitch Trim 1. Trim and Autopilot Release Switch - Release
Created by: Rmlambie
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