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					                                                           PERFORMANCES:
                                                           Vr – 48kts
                                                           Vx – 60 kts
             TECNAM P2002 SIERRA
                  Checklist                                Vy – 68 kts
                                                           Best Glide – 68 kts
[FLIGHT PLAN DESIGNATION IS “SIRA”]
                                                           Vne – 138 kts
EMERGENCY CONTACT                                          Vno – 110 kts
                                                           Va – 96 kts
The following are Chesapeake Sport Pilot's
emergency contact telephone numbers. We ask that           Vfe – 68kts
you call the numbers in the order listed. In addition,
                                                           Vs1 – 39 kts
please continue down the phone list until you reach
someone. Please do not assume a voice message              Vso – 26 kts
left on one of the numbers will be immediately             Max demonstrated cross wind – 22 kts
received.
                                                           Max ceiling (gross) – 13,110 feet
Helen Woods            (240) 620-8926                      Take-off run (gross) – 860 ft
Tim Adelman            (301) 785-4456
Jason Levin            (410) 212-5129                      Landing run (gross) – 326 ft
Al Adelman             (301) 518-0621                      Take-off run (50ft @ gross) – 1,250 ft
                                                           Landing run (50ft @ gross) – 816 ft
INFO:
Fuel                                                       Glide Ratio – 1:13 at 68kts (2nm for 1000 ft’)
          Type - Avgas - 100LL                             75% power, 2000’ (5,200 rpm – 5.2 gph)
                 (use TCP Fuel additive with 100LL)
          Tankage – dual tanks, 50 liters ea. (13.2 Gal)   65% power 2000’ (5,000 rpm – 4.8gph)
                     26.4 Gal total 26.15 Gal. usable
                                                           55% power 2000’ (4,600 rpm – 4.0 gph)
          Oil Type - Type – Mobile Clean 7500
          (Do not use aviation oil)                        Useful Load - N619BV 546lbs (388 with full fuel)
          Quantity – 3.2 qts
                                                           Maneuvers:
Coolant – Glycol/Water Mix                                 Bank Maneuvers – 45º max –max entering speed -
                                                           96kts

                                                           Intentional spin - prohibited
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Dual Instruction Flight Briefing                                         Ditching
                                                                         If we should have to ditch, instructor will fly the plane
                                                                         Sierra: Student should undo side latches
Positive Transfer of Controls
                                                                         Student will set radio and transponder 121.5 and 7700 , remove
During this flight, one person will be controlling the plane at all
                                                                         his glasses, and tighten his seatbelt. Unlatch the canopy before
times. It is critical that we know who this person is at all times. As
                                                                         hitting the water
such, when we transfer control of the plane we use a three way
call back such as:
                                                                         Position and Hold
                                                                         Holding in the takeoff position on the runway at an uncontrolled
Person 1: “You have the controls”
                                                                         field is not authorized.
Person 2: “I have the controls”
Person 3: “You have the controls”
                                                                         Go Arounds
                                                                         A go around will be initiated if the approach does not
In-Flight Emergency
                                                                         look stable, the landing is in any way questionable,
During an in-flight emergency, the instructor will take control of the
                                                                         or the plane will land beyond the first 1/3 of the
aircraft. Unless specified otherwise, the student will set the radio
                                                                         runway.
to 121.5 and the transponder to 7700. The student will also secure
any loose equipment in the cockpit and his seatbelt prior to landing.
                                                                         Propeller Safety
                                                                         At no time will anyone enter or exit the aircraft while
Aborted Takeoff
                                                                         the engine is running. Before starting the engine, the
If we should lose directional control of the plane, there is a problem
                                                                         student will call “clear” and both the student and
with the engine, or if anything else unusual should happen, we will
                                                                         instructor will look for people in the way. The key will
abort the takeoff roll by simultaneously retarding the throttle and
                                                                         be removed from the starter after the flight and
applying full brakes.
                                                                         during the prestarting checks if people should
                                                                         approach the plane. The student will ensure that the
Loss of Engine Immediately After Takeoff
                                                                         prop area is clear before turning on the master
If we should we lose the engine immediately after take off the
                                                                         switch.
instructor will pitch DOWN for 60kts, make shallow turns right or
left. The student should:

Emergency Fuel Shut-Off: Off
Ignitions: Off
Flaps: As directed
Master Switch: Off
Off runway 29 - prepare for ditching

Do NOT try to return to the runway below 1000 feet!


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PREFLIGHT INSPECTION:                                                          NOTE
                                                            Strobe lights won’t work without the engine
Preparation: remove gust locks, tie down ropes, pitot      running. Strobes must be off during start-up.
tube cover, other plane protection items/covers. Roll
plane, back and forth to check all tires                    □   Fuel Tank levels: CHECK
                                                            □   Avionics: OFF
Cabin:                                                      □   Master switch: OFF
  □ AROWFF: (Air                                            □   Ignition Switches: OFF
      worthiness/registration/operating
      limitations/wgt and balance/flgt manual/flgt                              WARNING
      training Supplement                                   For flight safety, pilot should verify actual fuel
  □ Weight and balance:. CHECK                                 quantity visually in tanks before takeoff.
  □ Flight controls:. CHECK
  □ Check for freedom of movement and proper             Left Wing
      direction                                             □ Wing: Check and remove rope
  □ Parking brake:. SET                                     □ Left fuel filler cap: CHECK visually for desired
  □ Friction lock:. CHECK                                      fuel level and secure. Fuel level is verified
  □ Throttle:. IDLE                                            using the dip stick located in plane.
  □ Ignition Switches:. OFF                                 □ Pitot tube: Remove pitot tube cover and check
  □ Master: ON                                                 that the pitot tube mounted on the left wing is
  □ Turn Nav lights and landing light ON, insure               unobstructed. Do not blow inside pitot tube.
      operation and turn Nav and landing lights OFF         □ Static port: CHECK for obstructions
  □ Hobbs: RECORD                                           □ Left side leading edge and wing skin: CHECK
  □ Turn on the AUX Generator:                                 for damage
  □ Aux Generator light: ON                                 □ Left tank vent: CHECK for obstructions
  □ Turn off the AUX Generator                              □ Left aileron: CHECK for damage, freedom of
  □ Fuel pump: ON - Turn fuel valves on and                    movement:
      check for audible sound and operation of fuel         □ Left flap and hinges: CHECK security (insure
      pressure indicator while opening the throttle            that hinge pins are attached)
  □ Aux fuel pump and valves: OFF                           □ Left main landing gear: CHECK inflation 38
  □ Flaps: EXTEND and RETRACT                                  PSI, tire condition( roll plane to see all the tire);
      Visually check that flaps fully extend and               alignment,brakes; wheel bearing
      instrument indication is correct
  □ Trim:. CHECK Operation of Trim Tab                   Tail:
      Activate control in both directions checking for      □ Horizontal tail and tab: CHECK for damage,
      travel limits and instrument indication                  freedom of movement, side-to-side wiggle
  □ Navigation and Landing Lights: CHECK                    □ Vertical tail and rudder: CHECK for damage,
  □ Strobe Lights: OFF                                         freedom of movement (NOTE: do not move
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          rudder unless nose wheel is lifted off the
          ground)




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Right Wing:
   □ Wing: Check and remove rope                           Engine:
   □ Right side main landing gear: CHECK inflation
      38 PSI, tire condition (roll plane), wheel             □ Foreign Objects or Leaks ( oil and gas lines):
      bearing,brakes; alignment, fuselage skin                 CHECK
      condition                                              □ Coolant reservoir level: CHECK
   □ Right flap and hinges: CHECK security                   □ Oil Level: CHECK
   □ Right aileron: CHECK for damage, freedom of             □ Radiator, oil cooler, and carburetor filters:
      movement;                                                CHECK
   □ Right side tank vent: check for obstructions            □ Engine Mounts: CHECK
   □ Right leading edge and wing skin: CHECK for             □ Air Intake System: CHECK
      damage                                                 □ 8 Muffler Springs: CHECK
   □ Right side fuel filler cap: CHECK visually for          □ Close Fuel Shutoff Valves: CLOSE
      desired fuel level and secure (Insure fuel             □ All parts, hoses, and wires secure: CHECK
      quantity using the supplied dip stick)                 □ Engine cowlings:      CLOSE and LATCH
                                                             □ Tow bar and chocks, if any, REMOVE

Nose:

     □ Nose wheel strut and tire: CHECK inflation 32
       PSI; tire condition (roll plane) and condition of
       wheel bearings, straightness of nose forks
     □ Static Ports: CHECK
     □ Propeller and spinner condition: CHECK for
       nicks and security
     □ Oil Cooler, Radiator, and Ram Air Intakes:
       CHECK
     □ Both Fuel Valves: OPEN
     □ Gascolator: DRAIN Make sure that valve is
       closed and not leaking. Check for water and
       other contaminants.


                        WARNING
     Drain fuel with aircraft parked on level surface



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STARTING:
                                                         □   Ignition Switches:   ON
     □ Strobe Lights: OFF                                □   Master Switch:       START
     □ Parking brake:       SET                          □   Choke:               OFF
     □ Passenger Briefing                                □   Oil Pressure:        CHECK
           o Seat Belt use                               □   Avionics master:     ON (if installed)
           o Canopy Release
           o Emergency Equipment
           o Motion Sickness                                                  NOTE
           o Sterile Cockpit                                Starter duty cycle: max of 10 seconds on
           o Propeller Safety                             followed by a cooling period of 2 minutes off
           o Cockpit Resource Management
               Briefing (CRM)                                              WARNING
           o LSA Airworthiness Certification            If oil pressure doesn’t rise within 10 seconds,
     □ Seat position and safety belts:                                 shut down engine.
               ADJUST/TIGHT
     □ Flight controls:     CHECK for freedom of      The maximum oil pressure for cold conditions is
       movement                                                          7 bar.
     □ Fuel selector valves:      BOTH ON
     □ Friction lock: ADJUST                             □   Circuit Breakers: CHECK
     □ Throttle:      IDLE                               □   Engine instruments: CHECK
     □ Master switch:       ON                           □   Engine rpm: 2000-2500 rpm
     □ Aux Generator: ON                                 □   Fuel pressure:      CHECK
     □ Aux Generator light: ON                           □   Strobe Lights: ON
     □ Trim switch: LEFT                                 □   Radio, Transponder, GPS: ON and SET
     □ Trim control: CENTERED                            □   AWOS: CHECK
     □ Fuel quantity:       CHECK                        □   Altimeter: SET
                                                         □   EFIS: SET
                           NOTE                          □   Radio: CHECK WITH UNICOM
        Compare the fuel levels read by the fuel
      quantity indicators with the quantity present   TAXI:
                       in the tanks                     □ Parking Brake: OFF
                                                        □ Brakes – CHECK
     □ Choke:       AS NEEDED                           □ Turn Coordinator and Attitude Indicator –
     □ Propeller area:   CLEAR                              Check
     □ Canopy:      CLOSED AND LOCKED


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ENGINE RUN UP:                                                    □ Pattern: Check for Aircraft
  □ Parking brake:       ON                                       □ Radio: CALL FOR TAKEOFF
  □ Oil Temp: at least 50° C                                      □ Parking Brake:      OFF
  □ Throttle:     4000 RPM
  □ Engine instruments: CHECK
                                                               TAKE OFF:
          •Oil temperature: 50°-110 ° C                          □ Taxi to line-up
          •Cylinder head temperature:90° - 135 °C                □ Magnetic compass: CHECK instruments for
          •Oil pressure:     2 - 5 bar                              proper heading reading (ie: Runway Heading)
          •Fuel pressure:    0.15 – 0.40 bar                     □ Throttle: Smooth increase to FULL

     □ Aux Generator light: OFF                                                       NOTE
     □ To test ignition systems:                                      Static RPM is approximately 4900 rpm
     • Maximum RPM drop with only one ignition 300 rpm
     •    Maximum differential between LEFT or RIGHT 120 rpm      □ Engine instruments: CHECK
    □ Throttle:    FULL IDLE (check for roughness)                  Airspeed alive/RPM's up - if not abort
    □ Throttle:      2000-2500 RPM                                □ Vr (Rotation speed): ~ 48 KIAS (Use CRM)
    □ Flight Instruments: (Altimeter; GPS; EFIS)
       CHECK                                                                           NOTE
    □ Fuel quantity indicators: CHECK                              Rotate to takeoff attitude and accelerate to a
    □ Fuel selector valves:       BOTH ON                            climb speed of 60 knots with 15° Flaps
    □ Flaps: T/O (0-15°)
    □ Flight controls:     CHECK                               1000 FOOT CHECK:
    □ Trim: CENTER                                                □ Flaps: RETRACT
    □ Seat belts: FASTENED/TIGHT                                  □ Fuel Pump: OFF
    □ Transponder: 1200 ALT                                       □ Establish Vy clean: 68 KIAS
    □ Fuel Pump: ON                                               □ Trim: ADJUST
    □ Flow check for take off                                     □ Cruise climb: 75 – 80 KIAS
  □ Parking Brake: OFF
                                                               CRUISE:
HOLD SHORT LINE                                                  □ Throttle:     SET (5100 minimum-5500 RPM
                                                                    max to prevent fouling)
     □    Canopy: CLOSED and LOCKED                              □ Flow check Panel
     □    Strobe and Landing Lights: ON                          □ Engine instruments: CHECK
     □    Transponder: ALT                                       □ Landing Light:        OFF
     □    Fuel Pump: ON                                          • Oil temperature:      90°-110 ° C
     □    Flaps: CHECK                                           • Cylinder head temperature:        90° - 135 °C
     □    Trim: CHECK                                            • Oil pressure: 2 - 5 bar
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     •    Fuel pressure:   0.15 – 0.40 bar
         Amps: CHECK




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                   CAUTION                          LANDING LIST:
Normal position of the fuel selectors is both on.     Safety Belt Tight
    Check fuel balance and fuel pressure. If          □ Brake OFF/Check Pressure
necessary, shut off the lower reading tank using      □ Gas: BOTH
 the appropriate fuel shutoff valve. Check fuel       □ Landing light: ON
                pressure again.                       □ Fuel Pump: ON
                                                      □ Flaps: AS DESIRED
 BE SURE THAT ONE TANK IS FEEDING THE
            ENGINE AT ALL TIMES!                    GO-AROUND:
                     NOTE
Check fuel gauges frequently with one tank shut       □ Throttle:      FULL
         off to prevent fuel starvation.              □ Airspeed:      60 KIAS
                                                      □ Stay to right of runway
PRE-MANEUVERS LIST:                                   □ Flaps position:      TO / 15 degrees
                                                      □ Airspeed:      65 KIAS
     □ Clearing Turns (90 degrees each direction)     □ Trim: ADJUST
     □ Select emergency landing area                Above 500’ AGL:
     □ Va – 96 kts max                                □ Flaps: RETRACT
                                                      □ Establish Vy clean: 68 KIAS
EXTENDED DESCENT:                                     □ Trim: ADJUST

     □ Minimum 3000 RPM                             AFTER LANDING:
     □ Speed - 65-75Kt
     □ Engine Instruments – Monitor                    □   Clear Runway: STOP & MAKE RADIO CALL
                                                       □   Canopy: OPEN If Needed
                                                       □   Transponder: STANDBY
                                                       □   Flaps: UP
                                                       □   Check ELT – Activation light: OFF (if on push
                                                           re-set and verify off )
                                                       □   Strobe lights: OFF
                                                       □   Landing light: OFF
                                                       □   Fuel Pump: OFF
                                                       □   Trim: RE-SET
                                                       □   After takeoff checklist: COMPLETE




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PARKING:

     □ Parking Brake: ON

                            NOTE
         Strobe light must be off before engine shut
                           down.

     □
    All lights:           OFF
     □
    Electrical equipment :      OFF
     □
    Ignition switches: OFF
    Hobbs – Record
     □
     □
    Master switch:        OFF
     □
    One or both fuel valves: OFF
     □
    Parking brake:        ON
     □
    Trash - Remove
     □
    Chocks or Ropes: INSTALL
     □
    Parking brake:        OFF
     □
    Pitot tube cover:     INSTALL
     □
    Aircraft:      TIED DOWN
     □
    Control locks:        INSTALL
     □
    Chocks:        INSTALL
     □
    Parking brake:        OFF
     □
    Canopy:         CLOSED AND LOCKED
     □
    Install all Gust Locks and covers after insuring
    that Keys and Credit Cards are in their proper
    locations.
RETURN KEYS AND CHECK POCKETS




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AIRSPEEDS FOR SAFE OPERATION IN
EMERGENCY SITUATIONS - IAS
                                                                  ENGINE OUT GLIDE
  AIRSPEEDS FOR SAFE OPERATION IN EMERGENCY SITUATIONS - IAS        □ Flaps:. RETRACT
     Engine failure after takeoff (15 degrees of     60   Knots     □ Speed: 68 KIAS
     flaps)                                                         □ Electric equipment:…. OFF
                                                                    □ In-flight engine restart:. If time permits, try to
     Engine failure during flight                    68 Knots
                                                                       restart several times
     Maneuvering speed                               96 Knots
     Maximum glide                                   68 Knots                             NOTE
                                                                  Glide ratio is 12.8 therefore with 1000 ft of altitude;
                                                                    it is possible to cover ~2 nautical miles in zero
ENGINE FAILURE DURING TAKEOFF RUN                                                    wind conditions.
  □ Throttle: IDLE
  □ Brakes: APPLY AS NEEDED                                       IN-FLIGHT ENGINE RESTART – IF TIME PERMITS
                                                                     □ Altitude: Preferably below 4000 ft
  □ Ignition Switches: OFF
                                                                     □ Electric fuel pump:. ON
  □ Master Switch: OFF
                                                                     □ Fuel selector valves:. BOTH ON
  □ When the airplane is under control                               □ Throttle:. MIDDLE POSITION
  □ Fuel selector valves: OFF                                        □ Ignition switches:. ON
  □ Electric fuel pump: OFF                                          □ Master Switch:. START
ENGINE FAILURE IMMEDIATELY AFTER                                  In case of an engine restart:
TAKEOFF                                                               □ Land as soon as possible

    NOSE DOWN!                                                    MAYDAY – IF TIME PERMITS
    □ Airspeed: 60 knots                                            □ Call on 121.5 or present frequency if in contact
    □ Find a suitable place on the ground to land                     with ATC
      safely. The landing should be planned straight                □ Squawk 7700:
      ahead with only small changes in directions
      not exceeding 45° to the left or 45° to the right           FORCED LANDING WITHOUT ENGINE POWER
    □ Flaps:. AS REQUIRED                                           □ Establish: 68 KIAS
    □ Throttle:. AS REQUIRED                                        □ Locate most suitable terrain for emergency
    □ At touch down                                                   landing, upwind if possible
    □ Ignition Switches:. OFF                                       □ Fuel selector valves:. OFF
    □ Master switch:. OFF                                           □ Electric fuel pump: OFF
    □ Fuel selector valves:. OFF                                    □ Ignition Switches:. OFF
    □ Electric fuel pump: OFF                                       □ Safety belts:. TIGHTEN
                                                                    □ Canopy: UNLOCKED
                                                                    □ Flaps: AS NECESSARY
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     □ Master switch:. OFF
     □ Touchdown Speed: 48 KIAS
                                                   ELECTRIC FIRE IN CABIN IN FLIGHT
DITCHING                                              □   Generator and Aux Alternator: OFF
     □    Seats belts: TIGHTEN                        □   Flaps: LANDING POSITION
     □    MAYDAY 121.5, 7700                          □   Master switch: OFF
     □    Flaps: FULL DOWN                            □   Air vents: OPEN
     □    Fuel selector: BOTH OFF                     □   Emergency decent and landing: EXECUTE
     □    Electrical fuel pump: OFF                   □ Escape rapidly from the aircraft
     □    Ignition: BOTH OFF
     □    Master switch: OFF                       ENGINE FIRE WHILE PARKED
     □    Canopy: PROP OPEN                          □ Fuel selector valves: OFF
     □    Landing speed: 47 KIAS                     □ Electric fuel pump:. OFF
     □    Ditch with high aircraft nose              □ Ignition Switches:. OFF
                                                     □ Master switch: OFF
IRREGULAR ENGINE RPM
                                                     □ Parking brake: SET
   □ Throttle: CHECK
   □ Engine gauges: CHECK                            □ Escape rapidly from the aircraft
   □ Fuel quantity indicators: CHECK
   □ Electric fuel pump: ON                        ENGINE FIRE DURING TAKEOFF
   □ If the engine continues to run irregularly:     □ Throttle:. IDLE
   □ Fuel selector valve:. BOTH ON                   □ Brakes:. AS NEEDED
   □ If the engine continues to run irregularly      □ With the airplane is under control:
     land ASAP
                                                     □ Fuel selector valves: OFF
                                                     □ Electric fuel pump: OFF
POWER-ON EMERGENCY LANDING                           □ Cabin heating:. OFF
  □ Descent:. ESTABLISH                              □ Ignition Switches:. OFF
  □ Flaps: AS NECESSARY                              □ Master switch:. OFF
  □ Establish: 68 KIAS                               □ Parking brake: SET
  □ Landing area: SELECT                             □ Escape rapidly from the aircraft
  □ Safety belts:. TIGHTEN
  □ Canopy: UNLOCKED
  □ Landing assured:                               ENGINE FIRE IN-FLIGHT
  □ Flaps: AS NECESSARY                              □ Cabin heat:. OFF
  □ Fuel selector valves:. OFF                       □ Fuel selector valves:. OFF
  □ Electric fuel pump: OFF                          □ Electric fuel pump: OFF
  □ Ignition Switches:. OFF                          □ Throttle: FULL IN until the engine stops
  □ Master switch:. OFF                              □ Cabin vents:. OPEN
                                                     □ Pitch for 130 KIAS to snuff out flames
                                                     □ Employ slip to keep flames away from firewall
                                                     □ Ignition Switches:. OFF
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     □ Do not attempt an in-flight restart
     □ Procedure for a forced landing: APPLY




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CABIN FIRE DURING FLIGHT                                        RECOVERY FROM UNINTENTIONAL SPIN
  □ Cabin heat:. OFF                                            From the FAA Airplane Flying Handbook
  □ Cabin vents:. OPEN
  □ Canopy: OPEN, if necessary                                     □ Reduce the power to idle
  □ Master switch:. OFF                                            □ Position the ailerons to neutral
  □ Procedure for an emergency landing: APPLY                      □ Apply full opposite rudder against the rotati
                                                                   □ Apply positive and brisk forward movement of
LANDING WITH A FLAT NOSE TIRE                                        the stick to break the stall
  □ Pre-landing checklist:. COMPLETE                               □ After spin rotation stops, neutralize rudder.
  □ Flaps: FULL                                                    □ Begin applying back-elevator pressure to
  □ Land and maintain aircraft NOSE HIGH attitude as                 raise the nose to level flight
     long as possible

LANDING WITH A FLAT MAIN TIRE                                   UNINTENTIONAL FLIGHT INTO ICING
  □ Pre-landing checklist:. COMPLETE                            CONDITIONS
  □ Flaps: FULL                                                   □ Get away from icing conditions by changing
  □ Note                                                             altitude or direction of flight in order to reach
  □ Align the airplane on the opposite side of runway                an area with warmer external temperature.
     to the side with the defective tire to compensate            □ Increase rpm to avoid ice formation on
     for change in direction, which is to be expected                propeller blades.
     during final rolling.                                        □ Cabin heat:. ON
  □ Touchdown with the GOOD TIRE FIRST and hold
     aircraft with the flat tire off the ground as long as
                                                                                    WARNING
     possible.
                                                                 In case of ice formation on wing leading edge,
LOW FUEL PRESSURE                                                           stall speed may increase.
  □ If the fuel pressure indicator falls below the (0.15 bar)
     limit:
  □ Fuel quantity indicators: CHECK
  □ Electric fuel pump: ON
  □ If the engine continues to run irregularly:
  □ Fuel selector valves:. BOTH ON
  □ If the fuel pressure continues to be low:
  □ Land as soon as possible

LOW OIL PRESSURE
     □ Oil temperature: CHECK
If the temperature tends to increase:
     □ If stable within the green arc: LAND as soon as
         possible
     □ If increasing: LAND as soon as possible and be alert
         for impending engine failure
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AUX GENERATOR LIGHT ILLUMINATES                        PATTERN OPS CHECKLISTS
                         NOTE                          HOLD SHORT LINE
      Generator light may illuminate for a faulty        Seat Belts tight
                      alternator.                        □ Canopy: CLOSED and LOCKED
                                                         □ Strobe and Landing Lights: ON
     □ Switch to internal generator                      □ Transponder: ALT
                                                         □ Fuel Pump: ON
IF INTERNAL GENERATOR LIGHT ALSO                         □ Flaps: CHECK
ILLUMINATES                                              □ Trim: CHECK
    □ LAND as soon as possible                           □ Pattern: Check for Aircraft
    □ Continue flight on battery power alone; the        □ Radio: CALL FOR TAKEOFF
      battery is capable of supplying the electrical     □ Parking Brake:      OFF
      system for about 20 minutes with normal flight
      electric loads including operation of flap and   1000 FOOT CHECK:
      trim.                                               □ Flaps: RETRACT
                                                          □ Fuel Pump: OFF
Trim System Failure                                       □ Establish Vy clean: 68 KIAS
   □ In case the trim control should not respond,         □ Trim: ADJUST
      act as follows:
   □ Fuses / breakers CHECK                            LANDING LIST:
   □ LH/RH switch CHECK for correct position             Belts Tight
   □ Airspeed. Adjust speed to control aircraft          □ Brake: OFF/Check Pressure
      without excessive stick force                      □ Gas: BOTH
   □ Land aircraft as soon as possible                   □ Landing light: ON
                                                         □ Fuel Pump: ON
                                                         □ Flaps: AS DESIRED

                                                       AFTER LANDING:

                                                          □ Clear Runway: STOP & MAKE RADIO CALL
                                                          □ Canopy: OPEN If Needed
                                                          □ Transponder: STANDBY
                                                          □ Flaps: UP
                                                          □ Check ELT – Activation light: OFF (if on push
                                                            re-set and verify off )
                                                          □ Strobe lights: OFF
                                                          □ Landing light: OFF
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     □ Fuel Pump: OFF
     □ Trim: RE-SET
     □ Taxi at an appropriate speed for conditions




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