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CRJ IMMEDIATE ACTION CHECHLIST

QuestionAnswer
REJECTED TAKE OFF 1) Trust levers...............IDLE 2) Wheel brakes..........MAXIMUM 3) Thrust reverser(s).MAXIMUM Consistent with directional control
SMOKE OR FUMES REMOVAL PROCEDURE 1) Oxigen masks/goggles.................ON 100% 2) Crew/cabin communicarion ....ESTABLISH
SMOKE/FIRE/FUMES PROCEDURE 1) Oxigen masks/goggles.................ON 100% 2) Crew/cabin communication ....ESTABLISH
CABIN ALT MESSAGE OR EMERGENCY DESCENT PROCEDURE 1) Oxigen masks/goggles.................DON, SET 2) Crew/cabin communicarion ....ESTABLISH
UNCOMMANDED YAW MOTION 1) Controls......Assume manual control and counter aircraft motion using heandwheel imput 2) YAW DAMPER DISC....SELECT to disconnect both yaw dampers
L BLEED DUCK OR R BLEED DUCK 1 ECS synoptic page..SELECT to determine affected side 2 Bleed source..SELECT non affected engine source 3 Isol..CLOSED 4 Bleed Valves..MANUAL
AILERON SYSTEM JAMMED 1) Autopilot......DISINGAGE 2) Aileron controls (both).......RELEASE PRESSURE 3) ROLL DISC.......PULL, TURN AND LOCK 4) Airplane controls.......TRANSFER To pilot with operative aileron
ELEVATOR SYSTEM JAMMED 1) Autopilot......DISINGAGE 2) Elevator controls (both).......RELEASE PRESSURE 3) PITCH DISC......PULL, TURN AND LOCK 4) Airplane controls.......TRANSFER to pilot with operative elevaror
RUDDER SYSTEM JAMMED 1) YAW DAMPER DISC........SELECT 2) Rudder pedals.....................OVERPOWER
STABILIZER TRIM RUNAWAY 1) Control wheel...........ASSUME MANUAL Control and override runaway 2) STAB TRIM DISC.....SELECT
DURING LANDING EXCESSIVE ASYMMETRY OR LOSS OF BRAKING 1) Wheel brakes ...RELEASE MOMENTARILY 2) ANTI SKID..........OFF 3) Wheel brakes.....RE-APPLY AS REQUIRED
CONFIGURATION WARNING 1) Take off.......DISCONTINUE IMMEDIATELY
UNRELIABLE AIRSPEED 1 1) Autopilot=OFF 2) FDs=DESELECT 3) Use ISI for pitch ref. Initial TO climb or go-around is required 4) Pitch/N1...10°/TOGA/SLP to 15000 5°/CLB above 15000 5) Acft config... at clean up alt Gear up/flaps 0° 6)Acft alt.=Maintain safe altitude
UNRELIABLE AIRSPEED 2 CAUTION Respect stall warning stick shaker
Created by: Gbaron
 

 



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