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What is an annunciator panel in an aircraft? A single location that contains all of the warning and condition lights for the aircraft. This makes it easy for the pilot to monitor all of the systems at a glance.
Which device in an antiskid brake system would likely cause the brakes to fail to release when a skid developed? A malfunctioning antiskid valve.
Where are the skid detectors located in an antiskid brake system? In the center of the wheel hub.
What condition could cause a takeoff warning system to actuate? The takeoff warning system gives an aural warning when the power lever is advanced for takeoff if the flight controls for the stabilizer, the flaps, and the speed brakes are in an unsafe condition for takeoff.
What would cause the warning horn to sound when the throttles are pulled back, reducing the engine power for landing? The warning horn will sound if any of the landing gears are not down and locked.
What is indicated by a red light in the landing gear position indication portion of the annunciator panel. The red light indicates that the landing gear is not in a safe condition for landing.
Where is the landing gear safety switch normally located? On one of the landing gear shock struts so the switch is actuated when the weight of the aircraft is on the landing gear.
What information is given to a pilot to indicate that all of the landing gears are down and locked? Three green lights are used on most aircraft to indicate that all three landing gears are down and locked.
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