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					    C-310P                                                  EMERGENCY PROCEDURES

        ENGINE OUT PROCEDURES                                   ENGINE OUT PROCEDURES
Engine-Out Before T/O (w/sufficient runway
remaining)                                                Engine Restart (After Feathering)
     Power…………..……….………….…...…...CUT                       Fuel Selector …………..………………………..MAIN
     Braking……..……..….……..….….APPLY MAX                    Throttle…………………..………….SILENCE HORN
     ATC………………..…....NOTIFY INTENTIONS                     Mixture……………………………………………RICH
                                                            Magnetos……………………………………………ON
Engine-Out After T/O-Above 105MPH                           Starter…………………..……………………ENGAGE
    Mixtures…….….………...…..…………….RICH                       Primer……………...…………………...……ENGAGE
    Propellers….…………..…….FULL FORWARD                      Power……….……..…LOW UNTIL 200° CYL TEMP
    Throttles…………………......FULL FORWARD
    Landing Gear……………….….…………….UP                                                      NOTE:
    Inoperative Propeller……….….…..FEATHER                    If unsuccessful, engine flooded. Mags OFF, Mixture
   Establish Bank……………....5° to GOOD ENGINE CUTOFF, Throttle OPEN, Starter ENGAGE, repeat
   Airspeed Initial………….……....105 MPH Airspeed Engine Restart checklist.
   Climb Out……….......................................111 MPH
   Flaps…………………………..……………….…...UP                                Go Around (single engine)
   Secure Engine?>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Checklist Below                         Throttle..……………….………………FULL
   Land……………………..AS SOON AS PRACTICAL                                   Flaps………………..………..15 DEGREES
             **Normal Checklist for Landing**                           Landing Gear……………………..…
                                                                            ……………….POSITIVE RATE, GEAR UP
                                                                        Airspeed…………………………...111 MPH
Engine-Out During Flight
                                                                        Flaps……………..………...….0 DEGREES
    Mixtures…………….…....……SET FOR CLIMB
    Propellers……………..…...…FULL FORWARD                                     **Normal Checklist for Landing**
    Throttles……………………....………AS REQ’D
   Affected Boost Pump……..……ON/VERIFY FLOW                       Forced Landing (precautionary w/power)
   Fuel Quantity………….…...CHECK/SWITCH TANK                         Landing Field…………….….…CONSIDER SURFACE
   Oil Pressure/Temp……………..…………….CHECK                             Landing Gear…….………….………………..AS REQ’D
   Magneto Switches…………………………….CHECK                               Flaps ……………………….…………………………15°
   =======================================                         Airspeed………………….…………………….102 MPH
   Secure Engine>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Checklist Below                     Switches………………..MAGS ON, ALL OTHER OFF
            ** Normal Checklist for Landing**                      Cabin Door……………………...…………….UNLATCH
                                                                   Mixtures…………………………...………….…CUTOFF
Securing Engine                                                    Magnetos………………………..……………………OFF
   Affected Throttle……..…………..…….VERIFY/IDLE                       Fuel Selectors………………….…………………….OFF
   Affected Propeller……………….VERIFY/FEATHER                         Landing Attitude………………...SLIGHTLY TAIL LOW
   Affected Mixture.……………….…VERIFY/CUTOFF
   Affected Fuel Selector……………....…VERIFY/OFF                    Forced Landing (power off)
   Affected Boost Pump………………..………….. OFF                           Mixtures…………………………..……...IDLE CUTOFF
   Affected Magnetos……………………..…………OFF                              Propellers…………………………..…………FEATHER
   Affected Alternator….…………………………….OFF                            Fuel Selectors…………………………..……………OFF
   Operative Engine                                                Switches……………..…..BATT ON, ALL OTHER OFF
            Fuel Selector…………...…....….AS REQ’D                    Airspeed……………………………………..... 107 MPH
            Boost Pump……………………………..ON                              Landing Gear…..…………….……………….AS REQ’D
            Alternator………………...…CHECK LOAD                         Flaps……………………………...………...…AS REQ’D
   Land……………………..AS SOON AS PRACTICAL                              Battery……………………………………..….……...OFF
             ** Normal Checklist for Landing**                     Cabin Door……………………………..……..UNLATCH

                                           Vxse=     105 MPH
                                           Vyse=     111 MPH
                                           Max Glide=110 MPH                                             1.
C-310P                                                          EMERGENCY PROCEDURES

ABNORMAL SYSTEMS                                                              e. Alternators…………....…………OFF
                                                                              f. Flight……………......…TERMINATE
Fuel System
     In the event of an engine driven fuel pump failure,         Flight Instruments
turn the aux pump ON. This pump will supply sufficient           Obstructed Static Source
fuel for emergency takeoff; Mixture RESET.                          1. Alt Static Source………………….…….OPEN
                           NOTE:                                    2. Calibration …………. ADD 10MPH and 80 Ft
If both an engine driven fuel pump and an aux pump fail                    (Refer to Page 7-14 in POH for chart)
on the same side, the failing engine CANNOT be supplied
with fuel from the opposite MAIN tank since that aux fuel        Electric Gyros (fail flags)
pump will operate on the low setting as long as the                  1. Inst. Indication………………..…DISREGARD
corresponding engine fuel pump is operative.
                                                                 Vacuum Pump Flag
Electrical                                                          Automatic valve will select operative source
    Alternator Failure Light (single)
        1. If circuit breaker is tripped                         Landing Gear System
                 a. Affected Alt……………...………OFF                       Gear Will NOT EXTEND Electrically
                 b. Breaker……………….…….. RESET                         1. Circuit Breaker.…CHECK/RESET after 3min
                 c. Affected Alt……………………… ON                         >>If gear extension unsuccessful:
            >>If breaker trips again:                                2. Landing Gear Switch……………...NEUTRAL
                 d. Affected Alt………………OFF                            3. Pilot Seat…………………..…TILT FULL AFT
                                                                     4. Hand Crank……………..EXTEND and LOCK
        2. If circuit breaker is NOT tripped                         5. Crank…………………………….CLOCKWISE
                 a. Ammeter………………….. SELECT                          **crank 4 turns past green lights on (± 52 turns)
                       ………..AFFECTED ALTERNATOR                      6. Gear………………………...DOWN/3-GREEN
                 *If output is normal and light remains on,          7. Gear Horn…………....CHECK w/THROTTLE
                 then DISREGARD                                      8. Hand Crank………PUSH BUTTON & STOW
                 *If output is insufficient, Alt OFF and             9. Checklist…………………………APPROACH
                 reduce electrical load
                 *If complete loss of output, field fuse             Gear Will NOT RETRACT
                 CHECK and REPLACE                                      **Do not manually retract**
                 *If intermittent light with like output, Alt        1. Gear………………………...DOWN/3-GREEN
                 OFF and reduce load.                                2. Gear Horn…………....CHECK w/THROTTLE
                                                                     3. Checklist…………………………APPROACH
    Alternator Failure Light (dual)
        1. If circuit breakers are tripped                           Flat Main Tire (If defective tire is identified)
                 b. Alternators...……….……………OFF                       1. Gear………………………………………….UP
                 c. Breakers..………………….. RESET                        2. Fuel Selector.…BOTH TO FLAT SIDE MAIN
                 d. Alternators...………….………… ON                                Crosswind on flat side
            >>IF breakers trip again:                                         Land on runway edge opposite flat
                 e. Affected Alt……………..………OFF                                 Land on good tire, hold w/aileron
                 f. Flight………............…TERMINATE                           Lower nose for steering control
        2. If circuit breakers are NOT tripped                                Brake on good tire only
                 a. Regulator………………....…STDBY                        3. Checklist…………………………APPROACH
            >>IF still inoperative:
                 b. Load…….………….……...REDUCE
                 c. Emergency Power………………ON
            >>IF still inoperative:
                 d. Field Fuses……….......CHK/RPLCE
            >>IF still inoperative:            ------►



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C-310P                                                      EMERGENCY PROCEDURES

ABNORMAL SYSTEMS (cont’d)
                                                             Ditching
Landing Gear System (cont’d)                                      Land into wind with light seas, parallel with
   Flat Nose Tire                                                    heavy seas
        1. Gear………………………………Leave Down                             Do not allow wing to hit first
                 Shift Weight to Rear                            Gear- UP
                 Flaps 0-15°                                     Flaps- 35°
                 Hold Nose Off                                   200ft/min descent max
                 Minimum Braking                                 108 MPH at 4600 LBS.
                 Minimum Taxiing                                 No touchdown flare
                                                                  Touchdown on rear seating area
   Defective Main Gear
   Reduce fuel load in the tank on the side of the faulty
   main gear using the Flat Main Tire checklist, then:
        Consider wide sod runway
       On Touchdown:
       1. Battery………………………………..……OFF
       2. Mixtures………………….…..BOTH CUTOFF
       **After aircraft stops
       3. Fuel Selectors…………………………….OFF
       4. Evacuation…………………………..INITIATE

   Defective Nose Gear
   **Sod Smooth Runway with Main Gear Retracted
                           NOTE:
   This procedure will produce a minimum amount of
   aircraft damage on smooth runways. This procedure
   is also recommended for short, rough, or uncertain
   field conditions where passenger safety, rather than
   minimum aircraft damage, is the prime consideration.
          Flaps 15° Landing
         1. Gear………………………………………….UP
         2. Switches Except Mags……..……….ALL OFF
         3. Door…………………………………UNLATCH
         On Touchdown:
         4. Mixtures……………………………....CUTOFF
         5. Magnetos…………………………………..OFF
         6. Fuel Selectors……………………………..OFF

   **Hard Smooth Runway with Main Gear Extended
        Shift Weight to Rear
        Flaps 15° Landing
       1. Gear……………………………………..DOWN
       2. Switches Except Mags……..l………ALL OFF
       On Touchdown:
       3. Mixtures……………………………....CUTOFF
       4. Magnetos…………………………………..OFF
       5. Fuel Selectors……………………………..OFF




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