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Acronyms
A/C

Aircraft

AC

AlternatingCurrent

AAS

AntiIceAdvisorySystem

AC

AdvisoryCircular

ACMP

AlternatingCurrentMainPump

ACO

AircraftCertificationOffice

AD

AirworthinessDirective

ADC

AirDataComputer

ADF

AutomaticDirectionFinding

ADg

AccidentalDamage

ADP

AutomaticDataProcessing

AECMA

AssociationEuropeennedesConstructeursdeMatrielAerospatial

AEG

AircraftEvaluationGroup

AEP

AgeExplorationProgram

AFT

Aft

AHRS

AttitudeandHeadingReferenceSystem

ALD

AirworthinessLimitationsDocument

ALI

AirworthinessLimitationItem

AMM

AircraftMaintenanceManual

APU

AuxiliaryPowerUnit

ATA

AirTransportAssociation

ATC

AirTrafficControl

ATPCS

AutomaticTakeoffPowerControlSystem

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BITE

BuiltInTestEquipment

BO

Borescope

CA

CriticalityAnalysis

CAA

CivilAviationAuthority

CAC

CrewAlertingComputer

Cal

Calendar

CDH

ControlDeliveryHead

CDL

ConfigurationDeviationList

CMM

ComponentMaintenanceManual

CMP

ContinuousMaintenanceProgram

CMR

CertificationMaintenanceRequirement

CAT

Category

CPCP

CorrosionPreventionandControlProgram

CVR

CockpitVoiceRecorder

DC

DirectCurrent

DCMP

DirectCurrentMainPump

DI

DetailedInspection

DME

DistanceMeasuringEquipment

DON

DornierStandard

DPI

DyePenetrantInspection

DS

Discard

DT

DamageTolerance

EC

EddyCurrent

ECS

EnvironmentalControlSystem

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ECTM

EngineConditionTrendMonitoring

ED

EnvironmentalDeterioration

EDU

EngineDiagnosticUnit

EFCV

EjectorFlowControlValve

EFIS

ElectronicFlightInstrumentSystem

ELT

EmergencyLocatorTransmitter

EMM

EngineMaintenanceManual

EMSG

EuropeanMaintenanceSystemGuide

E/POV

ElectroPneumaticOutflowValve

EPS

EmergencyPowerSupply

EPSU

EmergencyPowerSupplyUnit

ERL

EconomicRepairLife

EWIS

ElectricalWiringInterconnectionSystem

FAA

FederalAviationAdministration

FADEC

FullAuthorityDigitalEngineControl

FAR

FederalAviationRegulation

FC

FlightCycle

FCk

FunctionalCheck

FD

FatigueDamage

FDR

FlightDataRecorder

FH

FlightHour

FI

FlightIdle

FL

FlightLevel

FLP

FleetLeaderProgram

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Flt

Flight(s)

FMEA

FailureModeandEffectsAnalysis

FMECA

FailureMode,EffectsandCriticalityAnalysis

FR

Frame

ft

Foot/Feet

FWD

Forward

GPS

GlobalPositioningSystem

GPW

GroundProximityWarning

GPWS

GroundProximityWarningSystem

GSE

GroundSupportEquipment

GVI

GeneralVisualInspection

HF

HighFrequency

HIRF

HighIntensityRadiatedFields

HMU

HydroMechanicalUnit

HP

HighPressure

HSI

HotSectionInspection

IN

Inspection

IRS

InertialReferenceSystem

ISC

IndustrySteeringCommittee

ISMP

IntegratedStructuralMaintenanceProgram

ITT

InterTurbineTemperature

JAA

JointAirworthinessAuthorities

JAR

JointAirworthinessRequirement

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LBA

LuftfahrtBundesamt

LC

LineCheck

LCF

LowCycleFatigue

LH

LeftHand

LOC

LocatorLPLiquidPenetrant

LP

LowPressure

LRU

LineReplaceableUnit

LSA

LogisticSupportAnalysis

LU

Lubrication

MAP

MaintenanceAnalysisPolicy&Procedures

MaPeI

MajorPeriodicInspection

MEL

MinimumEquipmentList

MII

MajorInspectionInterval

MLDIC

MaintenanceandLimitationsDocumentforIntensiveCare

MLG

MainLandingGear

MLS

MicrowaveLandingSystem

MMEL

MasterMinimumEquipmentList

MMH/FH

MaintenanceManHours/FlightHour

MP

MagneticParticle

MPD

MaintenancePlanningDocument

MPDH

MaintenanceProgramDevelopmentHandbook

MPI

MagneticParticleInspection

MPP

MaintenanceProgramProposal

MR

ManufacturerRecommendation

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MRB

MaintenanceReviewBoard

MSC

MaintenanceSteeringCommittee

MSG3

MaintenanceSteeringGroup3rdtaskforce

MSI

MaintenanceSignificantItem

MTA

MaintenanceTaskAnalysis

MTBF

MeanTimeBetweenFailure

MTD

MaintenanceTaskDescription

MTH

Month(s)

MWG

MaintenanceWorkingGroup

NAA

NationalAviationAuthority

NDMT

NonDeletableMaintenanceTask

NDT

NonDestructiveTest

NH

HighCompressorSpeed

NL

LowCompressorSpeed

NLG

NoseLandingGear

NP

PropellerSpeed

NR

NationalRequirement

NRV

NonReturnValve

NTM

NonDestructiveTestingManual

OC

OperationalCheck

OH

Overhaul

OI

OpportunityInspection

Oxy

Oxygen

PBE

ProtectiveBreathingEquipment

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PCU

PropControlUnit

PIN

PartIdentificationNumber

PL

PowerLever

PMP

PrimaryMaintenanceProcess

PN

PartNumber

POV

PneumaticOutflowValve

PPH

PolicyandProcedureHandbook

PR+R

PressureRegulatorandReliefValve

PSEU

ProximitySwitchElectronicUnit

PSU

PassengerServiceUnit

PT

PowerTurbine

PWC

Pratt&WhitneyCanada

QPA

QuantityPerAircraft

Qty

Quantity

Rating

RAC

ReglamentosAeronuticosdeColombia

RF

MandatoryRetrofit

RH

RightHand

RPM

RevolutionsPerMinute

RS

Restoration

Ref

Reference

Rev

Revision

SB

ServiceBulletin

SDI

SpecialDetailedInspection

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SIP

StructuresInspectionProgram

SL

SafeLife

SMP

StandardMaintenanceProgram

SSI

StructuralSignificantItem

STA

Station

STBY

Standby

SV

Servicing

TBD

ToBeDetermined

TBO

TimeBetweenOverhaul

TC

TireChange

TCAS

TrafficControlAlertingSystem

TCS

TouchControlSteering

TI

ThresholdInspection

TII

ThresholdInspectionInterval

TLD

TimeLimitedDispatch

TPS

TemporaryProtectionSystem

TT

TapTest

UT

UltrasonicTest

VC

VisualCheck

VDR

Vendor

VHF

VeryHighFrequency

VI

VisualInspection

VIP

VeryImportantPerson

VLF

VeryLowFrequency

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VOR

VHFOmnidirectionalRadioRange

WF

FuelFlow

WG

WorkingGroup

WO

WWeightonWheel

WY

Weekly

XR

XRay

YRS

Years

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Definitions
1.SystemDefinitions.

SystemnumbersarebasedontheAirTransportAssociation(ATA)SpecificationNumber
100anditemsarenumberedsequentially.

a."Item"(Column1)meanstheequipment,system,component,orfunctionlisted
inthe"Item"column.

b. "Number Installed" (Column 3) is the number (quantity) of items normally


installed in the aircraft. This number represents the aircraft configuration
considered in developing this MMEL. Should the number be a variable (e.g.,
passengercabinitems)anumberisnotrequired.

c."NumberRequiredforDispatch"(Column4)istheminimumnumber(quantity)
ofitemsrequiredforoperationprovidedtheconditionsspecifiedinColumn4are
met.

NOTE:WheretheMMELshowsavariablenumberrequiredfordispatch,theMELmust
reflect the actual number required for dispatch or an alternate means of configuration
controlapprovedtheAdministrator.

d."RemarksorExceptions"(Column5)inthiscolumnincludesastatementeither
prohibiting or permitting operation with a specific number of items inoperative,
provisos(conditionsandlimitations)forsuchoperation,andappropriatenotes.

e.Averticalbar(changebar)inthemarginindicatesachange,additionordeletion
intheadjacenttextforthecurrentrevisionofthatpageonly.Thechangebaris
droppedatthenextrevisionofthatpage.

2."Airplane/Rotorcraft Flight Manual" (AFM/RFM) is the document required for type


certification and approved by the responsible FAA Aircraft Certification Office. The FAA
approved AFM/RFM for the specific aircraft is listed on the applicable Type Certificate
DataSheet.

3."AsrequiredbyFAR/RAC"meansthatthelisteditemissubjecttoprovisions(restrictive
orpermissive)expressedintheFederalAviationRegulationsoperatingrules.Thenumber
ofitemsrequiredbytheFAR/RACmustbeoperative.Whenthelisteditemisnotrequired
byFAR/RACitmaybeinoperativefortimespecifiedbyrepaircategory.

4.Eachinoperativeitemmustbeplacardedtoinformandremindthecrewmembersand
maintenancepersonneloftheequipmentcondition.
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NOTE: To the extent practical, placards should be located adjacent to the control or
indicatorfortheitemaffected;however,unlessotherwisespecified,placardwordingand
locationwillbedeterminedbytheoperator.

5.""symbolinColumn3and/orColumn4indicatesavariablenumber(quantity)ofthe
iteminstalled.

6. "Deleted" in the remarks column after a sequence item indicates that the item was
previouslylistedbutisnowrequiredtobeoperativeifinstalledintheaircraft.

7. "ER" refers to extended range operations of a twoengine airplane which has a type
design approval for ER operations and complies with the provisions of Advisory Circular
12042A.

8. "Federal Aviation Regulations" (FAR) means the applicable portions of the Federal
AviationActandFederalAviationRegulations.

9. "Flight Day" means a 24 hour period (from midnight to midnight) either Universal
Coordinated Time (UCT) or local time, as established by the operator, during which at
leastoneflightisinitiatedfortheaffectedaircraft.

10."IcingConditions"meansanatmosphericenvironmentthatmaycauseicetoformon
theaircraftorintheengine(s).

11. Alphabetical symbol in Column 5 indicates a proviso (condition or limitation) that


mustbecompliedwithforoperationwiththelistediteminoperative.

12. "Inoperative" means a system and/or component malfunction tothe extent that it
doesnotaccomplishitsintendedpurposeand/orisnotconsistentlyfunctioningnormally
withinitsapprovedoperatinglimit(s)ortolerance(s).

13. "Notes:" in Column 5 provides additional information for crewmember or


maintenance consideration. Notes are used to identify applicable material which is
intendedtoassistwithcompliance,butdonotrelievetheoperatoroftheresponsibility
forcompliancewithallapplicablerequirements.Notesarenotapartoftheprovisos.

14. Inoperative components of an inoperative system: Inoperative items which are


componentsofasystemwhichisinoperativeareusuallyconsideredcomponentsdirectly
associated with and having no other function than to support that system.
(Warning/caution systems associated with the inoperative system must be operative
unlessreliefisspecificallyauthorizedpertheMMEL).

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15. "(M)" symbol indicates a requirement for a specific maintenance procedure which
mustbeaccomplishedpriortooperationwiththelistediteminoperative.Normallythese
proceduresareaccomplishedbymaintenancepersonnel;however,otherpersonnelmay
bequalifiedandauthorizedtoperformcertainfunctions.Proceduresrequiringspecialized
knowledgeorskill,orrequiringtheuseoftoolsortestequipmentshouldbeaccomplished
by maintenance personnel. The satisfactory accomplishment of all maintenance
procedures,regardlessofwhoperformsthem,istheresponsibilityoftheoperator.

Appropriateproceduresarerequiredtobepublishedaspartoftheoperator'smanualor
MEL.

16."(O)"symbolindicatesarequirementforaspecificoperationsprocedurewhichmust
be accomplished in planning for and/or operating with the listed item inoperative.
Normallytheseproceduresareaccomplishedbytheflightcrew;however,otherpersonnel
may be qualified and authorized to perform certain functions. The satisfactory
accomplishmentofallprocedures,regardlessofwhoperformsthem,istheresponsibility
of the operator. Appropriate procedures are required to be published as a part of the
operator'smanualorMEL.

NOTE: The (M) and (O) symbols are required in the operator's MEL unless otherwise
authorizedbytheAdministrator.

17."Deactivated"and"Secured"meansthatthespecifiedcomponentmustbeputintoan
acceptableconditionforsafeflight.Anacceptablemethodofsecuringordeactivatingwill
beestablishedbytheoperator.

18."VisualFlightRules"(VFR)isasdefinedinFARPart91andRAC4.2.2.3.Thisprecludes
apilotfromfilinganInstrumentFlightRules(IFR)flightplan.

19. "Visual Meteorological Conditions" (VMC) means the atmospheric environment is


such that would allow a flight to proceed under the visual flight rules applicable to the
flight.ThisdoesnotprecludeoperatingunderInstrumentFlightRules.

20."VisibleMoisture"meansanatmosphericenvironmentcontainingwaterinanyform
thatcanbeseeninnaturalorartificiallight;forexample,clouds,fog,rain,sleet,hail,or
snow.

21."PassengerConvenienceItems"meansthoseitemsrelatedtopassengerconvenience,
comfortorentertainmentsuchas,butnotlimitedto,galleyequipment,movieequipment,
ashtrays,stereoequipment,overheadreadinglamps,etc.

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22.RepairIntervals:AllusersofanMELapprovedunderFAR121,125,129and135must
effect repairs of inoperative systems or components, deferred in accordance with the
MEL,atorpriortotherepairtimesestablishedbythefollowingletterdesignators:

Category A. Items in this category shall be repaired within the time interval
specifiedintheremarkscolumnoftheoperator'sapprovedMEL.

Category B. Items in this category shall be repaired within three (3) consecutive
calendar days (72 hours), excluding the day the malfunction was recorded in the
aircraftmaintenancerecord/logbook.Forexample,ifitwererecordedat10a.m.
onJanuary26th,thethreedayintervalwouldbeginatmidnightthe26thandend
atmidnightthe29th.

Category C. Items in this category shall be repaired within ten (10) consecutive
calendardays(240hours),excludingthedaythemalfunctionwasrecordedinthe
aircraftmaintenancerecord/logbook.Forexample,ifitwererecordedat10a.m.
onJanuary26th,the10dayintervalwouldbeginatmidnightthe26thandendat
midnightFebruary5th.

Category D. Items in this category shall be repaired within one hundred and
twenty (120) consecutive calendar days (2880 hours), excluding the day the
malfunctionwasrecordedintheaircraftmaintenancelogand/orrecord.

23.ElectronicfaultalertingsystemGeneral

Dornier 328 equipped with Engine Indicating and Crew Alerting Systems (EICAS)provide
differentprioritylevelsofsystemmessages(WARNING,CAUTION,ADVISORY,STATUSand
MAINTENANCE).Anymessagesthataffectsairplanedispatchstatuswillbedisplayedata
STATUSmessagelevelorhigher.
The absence of an EICAS STATUS or higher level (WARNING, CAUTION, ADVISORY)
indicatesthatthesystem/componentisoperatingwithinitsapprovedoperatinglimitsor
tolerances.

Systemconditionsthatresultonlyinamaintenancelevelmessage,i.e.nocorrelationwith
ahigherlevelEICASmessage,donotaffectdispatchanddonotrequireactionotherthan
asaddressedwithinanoperatorsstandardmaintenanceprogram.

24. "Administrative control item" means an item listed by the operator in the MEL for
trackingandinformationalpurposes.Itmaybeaddedtoanoperator'sMELbyapprovalof
the Principal Operations Inspector provided no relief is granted, or provided conditions
and limitations are contained in an approved document (i.e. Structural Repair Manual,
airworthinessdirective,etc.).
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Ifreliefotherthanthatgrantedbyanapproveddocumentissoughtforanadministrative
controlitem,arequestmustbesubmittedtotheAdministrator.Iftherequestresultsin
review and approval by the FOEB, the item becomes an MMEL item rather than an
administrativecontrolitem.

25. "***" symbol in Column 1 indicates an item which is not required by regulation but
which may have been installed on some models of aircraft covered by this MMEL. This
item may be included on the operator's MEL after the approving office has determined
thattheitemhasbeeninstalledononeormoreoftheoperator'saircraft.Thesymbol,
however, shall not be carried forward into the operator's MEL. It should be noted that
neither this policy nor the use of this symbol provide authority to install or remove an
itemfromanaircraft.

26."ExcessItems"meansthoseitemsthathavebeeninstalledthatareredundanttothe
requirementsoftheFARs.

27. "Day of Discovery" is the calendar day an equipment/instrument malfunction was


recorded in the aircraft maintenance log and or record. This day is excluded from the
calendardaysorflightdaysspecifiedintheMMELfortherepairofaninoperativeitemof
equipment.ThisprovisionisapplicabletoallMMELitems,i.e.,categories"A,B,C,andD."

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1.Preamble

ThefollowingisapplicableforauthorizedcertificateholdersoperatingunderReglamentos
AeronuticosdeColombia(RAC)Part4.5:TheRACrequirethatallequipmentinstalledon
anaircraftincompliancewiththeAirworthinessStandardsandtheOperatingRulesmust
beoperative.However,theRulesalsopermitthepublicationofaMinimumEquipment
List(MEL)wherecompliancewithcertainequipmentrequirementsisnotnecessaryinthe
interestsofsafetyunderalloperatingconditions.

Experience has shown that with the various levels of redundancy designed into aircraft,
operation of every system or installed component may not be necessary when the
remaining operative equipment can provide an acceptable level of safety. A Master
Minimum Equipment List (MMEL) is developed by the FAA, with participation by the
aviation industry, to improve aircraft utilization and there by provide more convenient
andeconomicairtransportationforthepublic.

TheFAAapprovedMMELincludesthoseitemsofequipmentrelatedtoairworthinessand
operatingregulationsandotheritemsofequipmentwhichtheAdministratorfindsmaybe
inoperativeandyetmaintainanacceptablelevelofsafetybyappropriateconditionsand
limitations;itdoesnotcontainobviouslyrequireditemssuchaswings,flaps,andrudders.

The MMEL is the basis for development of individual operator MELs which take into
consideration the operator's particular aircraft equipment configuration and operational
conditions.OperatorMELs,foradministrativecontrol,mayincludeitemsnotcontainedin
the MMEL; however, relief for administrative control items must be approved by the
Administrator.Anoperator'sMELmaydifferinformatfromtheMMEL,butcannotbeless
restrictivethantheMMEL.

Theindividualoperator'sMEL,whenapprovedandauthorized,permitsoperationofthe
aircraftwithinoperativeequipment.

Equipment not required by the operation being conducted and equipment in excess of
FAR/UAEAC requirements are included in the MEL with appropriate conditions and
limitations. The MEL must not deviate from the AircraftFlight Manual Limitations,
EmergencyProceduresorwithAirworthinessDirectives.Itisimportanttorememberthat
all equipment related tothe airworthiness and the operating regulations of the aircraft
notlistedontheMMELmustbeoperative.

Suitableconditionsandlimitationsintheformofplacards,maintenanceprocedures,crew
operating procedures and other restrictions as necessary are specified in the MEL to
ensurethatanacceptablelevelofsafetyismaintained.

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TheMELisintendedtopermitoperationwithinoperativeitemsofequipmentforaperiod
oftimeuntilrepairscanbeaccomplished.Itisimportantthatrepairsbeaccomplishedat
theearliestopportunity.Inordertomaintainanacceptablelevelofsafetyandreliability
the MMEL establishes limitations on the duration of and conditions for operation with
inoperativeequipment.

TheMELprovidesforreleaseoftheaircraftforflightwithinoperativeequipment.When
anitemofequipmentisdiscoveredtobeinoperative,itisreportedbymakinganentryin
theAircraftMaintenanceRecord/LogbookasprescribedbyRAC.

TheitemistheneitherrepairedormaybedeferredpertheMELorotherapprovedmeans
acceptabletotheAdministratorpriortofurtheroperation.MELconditionsandlimitations
do not relieve the operator from determining that the aircraft is in condition for safe
operationwithitemsofequipmentinoperative.

When these requirements are met, an Airworthiness Release, Aircraft Maintenance


Record/Logbookentry,orotherapproveddocumentationisissuedasprescribedbyRAC.
Such documentation is required prior to operation with any item of equipment
inoperative.

Operatorsareresponsibleforexercisingthenecessaryoperationalcontroltoensurethat
an acceptable level of safety is maintained. When operating with multiple inoperative
items,theinterrelationshipsbetweenthoseitemsandtheeffectonaircraftoperationand
crewworkloadwillbeconsidered.

Operators are to establish a controlled and sound repair program including the parts,
personnel,facilities,procedures,andschedulestoensuretimelyrepair.

WHEN USING THE MEL, COMPLIANCE WITH THE STATED INTENT OF THE PREAMBLE,
DEFINITIONS, AND THE CONDITIONS AND LIMITATIONS SPECIFIED IN THE MEL IS
REQUIRED.
2.CoveredFleet

Aircraft

Model

S/N

Dornier
Dornier

DO328100mod.20
DO328100mod.20

3084
3039

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CHAPTER2
SYSTEMSAND
SUBSYSTEMS

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C 1 0 May be inoperative provided


1CabinAltitudeWarningSystem
operationsareconductedatorbelow

10,000feetMSL.

2CabinTemperatureControlSystem

C 1 0 May be inoperative provided Manual


1AutomaticMode

Modeoperatesnormally.

C 1 0 May be inoperative provided


2ManualMode

AutomaticModeoperatesnormally.

3 Flight Compartment Temperature

ControlSystem

C 1 0 May be inoperative provided Manual


1AutomaticMode

Modeoperatesnormally.

C 1 O May be inoperative provided


2ManualMode

AutomaticModeoperatesnormally.

C 2 0 M)Maybeinoperativeprovided:
4RecirculationFans

a) Inoperative Fan(s) is

deactivated,

b) Both ECS Packs operate

normally,and

c)ECSFlowModeisoperated

inHIGH.

(M)Thisitemmaybeperformedbya

qualified crewmember. To deactivate

inoperativefan,pullandsecureC/Bin

cockpit for affected fan using a

lockoutring.

5EFISFan
B 1 0 (M)Maybeinoperativeprovided:

a) Inoperative Fan is

deactivated,

b)AvionicFanoperates

c) Both ECS Packs operate

normally,and
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B 1 0
d)ECSFlowModeisoperated
5EFISFan

inHIGH.
(Cont.)

(M)Thisitemmaybeperformedbya

qualified crewmember. To deactivate

inoperativefan,pullandsecureC/Bin

cockpit for affected fan using a

lockoutring.

B 1 0 (M)Maybeinoperativeprovided:
6AvionicFan

a)
Inoperative

Fan

isdeactivated,

b)EFISFanoperatesnormally,

c) Both ECS Packs operate

normally,and

d)ECSFlowModeisoperated

inHIGH.

(M)Thisitemmaybeperformedbya

qualified crewmember. To deactivate

inoperativefan,pullandsecureC/Bin

cockpit for affected fan using a

lockoutring.

C 2 1 (M) (O) One may be inoperative


7HeatExchanger(HX)Fans

provided:

a) Inoperative Fan is

deactivated,

b)SingleECSPackTakeoffand

Landing procedures are

developedandused,

c) Associated Pack is not

operatedontheground,

d) Associated Pack is not

operatedinflightatairspeeds

below120KIAS,and

e) During single Pack

operations, ECS Flow Mode is

operatedinHIGH.

(M)Thisitemmaybeperformedbya

qualified crewmember. To deactivate

inoperativefan,pullandsecureC/Bin

cockpit for affected fan using a

lockoutring.
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C 2 1 (O) a) Ensure associated ECS Pack is
7HeatExchanger(HX)Fans

OFFforallgroundoperations.

(Cont.)

b) After takeoff select

associated ECS Pack ON with

airspeed greater than 120

KIAS,andabove1.500AGL.

c) Prior to landing, select

associated ECS Pack OFF at

Before Landing Checklist

withairspeedabove120KIAS.

C 1 0 (O)Maybeinoperativeprovided:
8ECSECONFlowMode

a) HIGH Mode operates

normally,and

b) Flight Planning is based on

ECSHIGHFuelConsumption.

(O) Operate ECS flow mode in HIGH

duringallECSOperations.

9 Cabin Pressurization Control

System(CPCS)
C 1 0 (M)(O)Maybeinoperativeprovided:
1AutomaticSystem

a) Manual Pressurization

Systemoperatesnormally,

b) CPCS Automatic Controller

isdeactivated,

c) EICAS CPCS System Page

operatesnormally,

d)Dumpfunctionisverifiedto

operatenormally,and

e) Alternate procedures for

controlling
Pressurization

manually are established and

used.

(O) MAN CABIN ALT Selector as

required to follow pressurization

schedule.

Donotexceed500fpm.

Do not exceed CABIN DIFF

PRESSof6.75.

Do not exceed CABIN ALT of

8000ft.
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9 Cabin Pressurization Control C 1 0 (M)Thisitemmaybeperformedbya

qualified crewmember. To deactivate


System(CPCS)

pull and secure the CPCS AUX and


(Cont.)

CPCS PRIMARY C/B using a lockout

ring.

2 Automatic and Manual C 2 0 (M)(O)Maybeinoperativeprovided:

a) Flight restricted to 10,000


systems

feetorbelow,

b) Either outflow valve is

securedopen,and

c) Both ECS packs operate

normally.

(O)a)Flightarerestrictedto

10.000ftorbelow.

b)OperatebothECSpacks.

(M) TosecureElectropneumaticOFV

inopenposition

a)
Press
CAB
DUMP

pushbuttonSw.

b) Pull and secure CAB PRESS

DUMP, CAB PRESS 1, CAB

PRESS2C/B.

To secure Pneumatic OFV in open

position:

a) Open the Vacuum Line at

thevalve.

b)
Placard
Controlled

INOPERATIVE VACUUM LINE

DISCONNECTED

C 1 0 (M)Maybeinoperativeprovided:
3CPCSBackupModule

a) CPCS Backup Module is

deactivated,and

b)EICAS"CPCSMISCOMPARE"

CautionMessageisremoved.

(M)Thisitemmaybeperformedbya

qualifiedcrewmember.Todeactivate,

pull and secure the CPCS Backup

ModuleC/Busingalockoutring.

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9 Cabin Pressurization Control

System(CPCS)(Cont.)
C 1 0 (O)Maybeinoperativeprovided:
4CPCSDigitalDisplay
a) System page operates

normally,and

b) Alternate procedures are

establishedandusedtoverify

landing elevation on the

CPCS/OXYpage.

(O)UsingtheCPCS/OXYsystempage,

verify landing elevation before each

takeoff.

10 "MAN" Annunciator Light on C 1 0 (M) Light may fail to illuminate

provided:
PRESSURIZATION Control AUTO/MAN

a) Pressurization AUTO/MAN
Pushbutton(OverheadPanel)

selection function is verified

tooperatenormally,

b) EICAS "CPCS CTRL MODE

MAN" Status Message is

verified to operate normally,

and

c) EICAS CPCS System Page

operatesnormally.

(M)Thisitemmaybeperformedbya

qualifiedcrewmember.

a)SelectthePRESSURIZATION

AUTO/MAN Pushbutton to

MAN

b)VerifytheCPCSCTRLMODE

MAN Blue CAS Status

MessageilluminatesonEICAS

c)SelectthePRESSURIZATION

AUT/MAN Pushbutton to

AUTO

d)VerifytheCPCSCTRLMODE

MAN Blue CAS Status

Messageextinguishes.
11 "MAN" Annunciator Light on C 1 0 (M)(O)Lightmayfailtoilluminate

COCKPIT Temperature Control Mode


provided:

Pushbutton(OverheadPanel)

a) Cockpit Temperature

Control Mode selection

functionisverifiedtooperate
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normally,

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b) EICAS CPCS System Page
11 "MAN" Annunciator Light on C 1 0

operatesnormally,and

COCKPIT Temperature Control Mode

c) Alternate procedures for

Pushbutton(OverheadPanel)

determining
Cockpit

(Cont.)

Temperature Control Mode

areestablishedandused.

(O) Select the cockpit Temp Control

Mode Selector to MAN position

(Pressed In) or AUTO position

(PressedOut).

(M)Thisitemmaybeperformedbya

qualifiedcrewmember.

WiththeECSSystemPageDisplayed:

a) Select the Cockpit Temp

Control Mode pushbutton In

(Flush)

b) Note the digital Cockpit

Temperature readout is

replacedbydashes()

c) Select the cockpit Temp

Control Mode Pushbutton to

theoutposition(notflush)

d)Notethedashes()inthe

Cockpit Temperature readout

is replaced by a digital

readout
of
Cockpit

temperature.

12 "MAN" Annunciator Light on C 1 0 (M) (O) Light may fail to illuminate

CABIN Temperature Control Mode

provided:

Pushbutton(OverheadPanel)

a)CabinTemperatureControl

Mode selection function is

verifiedtooperatenormally,

b) EICAS CPCS System Page

operatesnormally,and

c) Alternate procedures for

determining
Cabin

Temperature Control Mode

areestablishedandused.

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12 "MAN" Annunciator Light on C 1 0 (O) Select the cockpit Temp Control
Mode Selector to MAN position

CABIN Temperature Control Mode


(Pressed In) or AUTO position

Pushbutton(OverheadPanel)
(PressedOut).

(Cont.)
(M)Thisitemmaybeperformedbya

qualifiedcrewmember.

WiththeECSSystemPageDisplayed:

a) Select the Cockpit Temp

Control Mode pushbutton In

(Flush)

b) Note the digital Cockpit

Temperature readout is

replacedbydashes()

c) Select the cockpit Temp

Control Mode Pushbutton to

theoutposition(notflush)

d)Notethedashes()inthe

Cockpit Temperature readout

is replaced by a digital

readout
of
Cockpit

temperature.

13 Vertical (Pack Valve Open) Flow C 2 0 (M) (O) Light(s) may fail to illuminate

Bar Lights on ECS PACK Pushbuttons


provided:

(OverheadPanel)
a) Associated Pack(s) is

verifiedtooperatenormally,

b)
Associated
PACK

Pushbutton
"OFF"

AnnunciatorLight(s)isverified

tooperatenormally,

c) EICAS ECS System Page

operatesnormally,and

d) Alternate procedures for

determining
associated

Pack(s) operational status are

establishedandused.

(O) a) Confirm PACK Pushbutton

selectedON(IN)orOFF(OUT)

b) Verify Pack Valve position Via the

Pack Valve Synoptic on ECS system

page.
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13 Vertical (Pack Valve Open) Flow C 2 0 (M)Thisitemmaybeperformedbya

qualifiedcrewmember.

Bar Lights on ECSPACK Pushbuttons

a) Run associated BLEED

(OverheadPanel)

selected ON, select affected

(Cont.)

PACKPushbuttonON

b) With associated BLEED

selected ON, select affected

PACKPushbuttonON

c) Verify Pack pushbutton

OFF,
annunciation
light

extinguishes

d) Verify PACK Valve Synoptic

on ECS System page show

OPEN

e) Select PACK Pushbutton

OFF(pushbuttonOut)

f) Verify the associated PACK

Pushbutton OFF Annunciator

Lightilluminates,andthat

g)ThePACKvalvesynopticon

ECS System page shows

Closed.

14 "OFF" Annunciator Lights on ECS C 2 0 (M) (O) Light(s) may fail to illuminate

PACKPushbuttons(OverheadPanel)

provided:

a) Associated Pack(s) is

verifiedtooperatenormally,

b)
Associated
PACK

Pushbutton Vertical (Pack

Valve Open) Flow Bar Light(s)

isverifiedtooperatenormally

c) EICAS ECS System Page

operatesnormally,and

d) Alternate procedures for

determining
associated

Pack(s) operational status are

establishedandused.

(O) Ensure PACK Pushbutton is ON

(IN)orOFF(OUT).

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14 "OFF" Annunciator Lights on ECS C 2 0 (M)Thisitemmaybeperformedbya

qualifiedcrewmember.

PACKPushbuttons(OverheadPanel)

a)Runassociatedengine

(Cont.)

b) With associated BLEED

selected ON, select affected

PACKPushbuttonON

c) Verify Pack pushbutton

Vertical
Flow
Bar

AnnunciationLightilluminates

d) Verify PACK Valve Synoptic

on ECS System page show

OPEN

e) Select PACK Pushbutton

OFF(pushbuttonOut)

f) Verify the associated Pack

pushbutton Vertical Flow Bar

Annunciation
Light

illuminates,andthat

g)ThePACKvalvesynopticon

ECS System page shows

Closed.

15"HIGH"AnnunciatorLightonECS C 1 0 (M) (O) Light may fail to illuminate

FLOW MODE Pushbutton (Overhead


provided:

Panel)
a) ECS FLOW MODE selection

functionisverifiedtooperate

normally,

b) EICAS ECS System Page

operatesnormally,and

c) Alternate procedures for

determining ECS Flow Mode

areestablishedandused.

(O)a)SelecttheECSFlowmodeto

HIGH, ECS flow mode

pushbuttonout(notflush),or

b) Select the ECS flow mode

to ECON (dark), ECS flow

modepushbuttonin(flush)

c) Confirm ECS flow status on

theECSsystempage

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15"HIGH"AnnunciatorLightonECS C 1 0 (M)Thisitemmaybeperformedbya
qualifiedcrewmember.

FLOW MODE Pushbutton (Overhead


WiththeECSsystempageselected:

Panel)
a) Select the ECS flow mode

(Cont.)
pushbuttonin(flush)

b) Note the HIGH status

message on the ECS system

page

c) Select the ECS flow mode

pushbutton to the out

position(notflush)

d) Note the ECONOMY status

message on the ECS system

page.

16 "OFF" Annunciator Light on C 1 0 (M) (O) Light may fail to illuminate

provided:
RECIRC FAN Pushbutton Light

a) Recirculation Fans are


(OverheadPanel)

deactivated,

b) Both ECS Packs operate

normally,

c) "HIGH" Light on ECS FLOW

MODEPushbuttonoperates

d) ECS System is operated in

HIGHMode.

(O) Operate the ECS system in the

HIGHmode

(M)Thisitemmaybeperformedbya

qualified crewmember. Pull and

secure the recirculation Fans C/B

usingalockoutring.

17 "OFF" Annunciator Light on EFIS C 1 0 (M) (O) Light may fail to illuminate

FAN Pushbutton Light (Overhead


provided:

Panel)

a) EFIS Fan is verified to

operatenormally,

b)EFISFANPushbutton"FAIL"

Annunciator Light operates

normally,

c) EICAS "EFIS FAN FAIL"

CautionMessageoperates.

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d) Alternate procedures for
17 "OFF" Annunciator Light on EFIS C 1 0

determining
EFIS
Fan

FAN Pushbutton Light (Overhead

operational
status
are

Panel)

establishedandused.

(Cont.)

(O) Ensure that the EFIS FAN

pushbuttonisselectedON(IN)orOFF

(OUT)ASREQUIRED

(M)Thisitemmaybeperformedbya

qualifiedcrewmember.

a) Select the EFIS, AVIONIC

and RECIRC FAN pushbutton

OFF

b) Select the EFIS FANS

pushbuttonIn(Flush)

c) Audibly note the operation

oftheEFISfans

d) Select the EFIS FANS

pushbutton to the out

position(NotFlush)

e) Audibly note that the

operation of the EFIS fans

ceases.

18 "FAIL" Annunciator Light on EFIS C 1 0 (M) (O) Light may fail to illuminate

FANPushbutton(OverheadPanel)
provided:

a) EFIS Fan is verified to

operatenormally,

b)EFISFANPushbutton"OFF"

Annunciator Light operates

normally,

c) EICAS "EFIS FAN FAIL"

Caution Message operates

normally,and

d) Alternate procedures for

determining
EFIS
Fan

operational
status
are

establishedandused.

(O) Ensure that the EFIS FAN

pushbuttonisselectedON(IN)orOFF

(OUT)ASREQUIRED
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18 "FAIL" Annunciator Light on EFIS C 1 0 (M)Thisitemmaybeperformedbya

qualifiedcrewmember.

FANPushbutton(OverheadPanel)

a) Select EFIS Fan pushbutton

(Cont.)

ON

b) Note EFIS Fan operation

audibly

c)PullEFISFanC/B

d)Note EFIS FAN FAIL Caution

illuminatesonEICAS

e)ResetC/B

f) Select EFIS Fan pushbutton

OFF

g) Note EFIS Fan operation

ceasesaudibly

19 "OFF" Annunciator Light on C 1 0 (M) (O) Light may fail to illuminate

AVIONIC FAN Pushbutton (Overhead


provided:

Panel)
a) AVIONIC Fan is verified to

operatenormally,

b) AVIONIC FAN Pushbutton

"FAIL" Annunciator Light

operatesnormally,

c) EICAS "AVIONIC FAN FAIL"

Caution Message operates

normally,and

d) Alternate procedures for

determining AVIONIC Fan

operational
status
are

establishedandused.

(O) Ensure that the AVIONIC FAN

pushbuttonisselectedON(IN)orOFF

(OUT)ASREQUIRED

(M)Thisitemmaybeperformedbya

qualifiedcrewmember.

a) Select AVIONIC Fan

pushbuttonON

b) Note AVIONIC Fan

operationaudibly

c)PullAVIONICFanC/B

d)Note AVIONIC FAN FAIL

CautionilluminatesonEICAS
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19 "OFF" Annunciator Light on C 1 0


e)ResetC/B
AVIONIC FAN Pushbutton (Overhead

f) Select AVIONIC Fan

Panel)

pushbuttonOFF

(Cont.)

g) Note AVIONIC Fan

operationceasesaudibly

20 FAIL Annunciator Light on C 1 0 (M) (O) Light may fail to illuminate


provided:
AVIONIC FAN Pushbutton (Overhead
a) AVIONIC Fan is verified to
Panel)
operatenormally,
b) AVIONIC FAN Pushbutton
"FAIL" Annunciator Light
operatesnormally,
c) EICAS "AVIONIC FAN FAIL"
Caution Message operates
normally,and
d) Alternate procedures for
determining AVIONIC Fan
operational
status
are
establishedandused.

(O) Ensure that the AVIONIC FAN


pushbuttonisselectedON(IN)orOFF
(OUT)ASREQUIRED

(M)Thisitemmaybeperformedbya
qualifiedcrewmember.
a) Select AVIONIC Fan
pushbuttonON
b) Note AVIONIC Fan
operationaudibly
c)PullAVIONICFanC/B
d)Note AVIONIC FAN FAIL
CautionilluminatesonEICAS
e)ResetC/B
f) Select AVIONIC Fan
pushbuttonOFF
g) Note AVIONIC Fan
operationceasesaudibly

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C 1 0 May be inoperative provided
1Autopilot
approach minimumsdonotrequire

it'suse.

C 2 1 One may be inoperative provided


2ControlWheelDisengageSwitches

the autopilot is not utilized at less

thantheinitialapproachaltitude.

C 2 0 May be inoperative provided

Autopilotisnotused.

3TouchControlSteering(TCS)Switches
C 2 0

4 Go Around (GA) Switches (on Power C 2 0 (O)May be inoperative provided

Levers)
alternateGoAroundProceduresare

establishedandused.

(O For go around operations from

side(s) with inoperative go around

powerleverswitches:

a)Disconnectautopilotwith

control wheel disengage

switches

b) Rotate to go around

attitude by reference to

attitudeindicator

c) Set go around torque by

reference
to
torque

indicators.

5FlightGuidanceControlUnit
C 1 0 May be inoperative provided

AutopilotandFlightDirectorarenot

used.
1 Reduced Bank Angle (BANK) C 1 0 Maybeinoperativeprovided:

Mode

a)BANKModeisnotused

b) Auto Pilot and Flight

Director are not engaged in

Heading (HDG) Mode if

Reduced
Bank
Angle

Synopticis displayed in

eitherPrimaryFlightDisplay

(PFD).
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5FlightGuidanceControlUnit

(Cont.)
B 1 0 Maybeinoperativeprovided:
2Navigation(NAV)Mode
a) NAV Mode is not

engaged.

b) Auto Pilot and Flight

Directorarenotengagedif"

LNAV," "VOR," "LOC," or

"AZ" Mode Annunciations

are displayed on either

PrimaryFlightDisplay(PFD).

B 1 0 Maybeinoperativeprovided:
3Approach(APP)Mode

a) Approach Minimums do

notrequireitsuse,

b) APP Mode is not

engaged,and

c) Auto Pilot and Flight

Director are not engaged if

"LOC," "*VOR," or "AZ"

Mode Annunciations are

displayed on either Primary

FlightDisplay(PFD).

C 1 0 Maybeinoperativeprovided:
4BackCourse(BC)Mode

a) BC Mode is not engaged,

and

b)AutoPilotandFlight

Directorarenotengagedif

"BC"ModeAnnunciationis

displayedoneitherPrimary

FlightDisplay(PFD).

B 1 0 Maybeinoperativeprovided:
5FlightLevelChange(FLCH)Mode

a) FLCH Mode is not

engaged,and

b) Auto Pilot and Flight

Director are not engaged if

"FLCH" Mode Annunciation

is displayed on either

PrimaryFlightDisplay(PFD).

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5FlightGuidanceControlUnit

(Cont.)
B 1 0 Maybeinoperativeprovided:
6VerticalSpeed(VS)Mode
a) VS Mode is not engaged,

and

b) Auto Pilot and Flight

Director are not engaged if

"VS" Mode Annunciation is

displayed on either Primary

FlightDisplay(PFD).

7VerticalNavigation(VNAV)Mode C 1 0 Maybeinoperativeprovided:

a)VNAVisnotengaged,and

b) Auto Pilot and Flight

Director are not engaged if

"VALT,"
"VFLCH,"
or

"VPATH"
Mode

Annunciationsaredisplayed

on either Primary Flight

Display(PFD).

8"BANK"PushbuttonAnnunciation C 1 0 Lightmayfailtoilluminateprovided

Light

Reduced Bank Angle Synoptic

operates normally on both Primary

FlightDisplays(PFD).

9 "NAV" Pushbutton Annunciation C 1 0 Lightmayfailtoilluminateprovided

Light

"NAV"ModeAnnunciationsoperate

normally on both Primary Flight

Displays(PFD).

10 "APP" Pushbutton Annunciation C 1 0 Lightmayfailtoilluminateprovided

Light

"LOC"
and
"VOR"
Mode

Annunciations operate normally on

bothPrimaryFlightDisplays(PFD).

11 "BC" Pushbutton Annunciation C 1 0 Light may fail to illuminateprovided

Light

"BC" Mode Annunciationsoperate

normally on both PrimaryFlight

Displays(PFD).

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22AUTOFLIGHT

5FlightGuidanceControlUnit

(Cont.)
12"FLCH"PushbuttonAnnunciation C 1 0 Lightmayfailtoilluminateprovided
"FLCH"
Mode
Annunciations

Light
operate normally on both Primary

FlightDisplays(PFD).

13 "VS" Pushbutton Annunciation C 1 0 Lightmayfailtoilluminateprovided

"VS" Mode Annunciations operate


Light

normally on both Primary Flight

Displays(PFD).

14

VNAV
Pushbutton C 1 0 Lightmayfailtoilluminateprovided

"VNAV"
Mode
Annunciations
AnnunciationLight

operate normally on both Primary


"VNAV"PushbuttonAnnunciationLight

FlightDisplays(PFD).

15 "ALT" Pushbutton Annunciation C 1 0 Lightmayfailtoilluminateprovided

"ALT" Mode Annunciations operate


Light

normally on both Primary Flight

Displays(PFD).

16 "CPL" Pushbutton Annunciation C 2 1 One Light may fail to illuminate

Lights

provided Flight Director Couple

Annunciator
Arrows
operate

normallyonbothPFD's.

B 2 0 Light(s) may fail to illuminate

provided Flight Director Couple

Annunciator
Arrows
operate

normallyonbothPFD's.

17 "AP" Pushbutton Annunciation C 2 1 One Light may fail to illuminate

Lights

provided Autopilot Status ("AP" &

"TCS") Annunciations operate

normallyonbothPFD's.

B 2 0 Light(s) may fail to illuminate

provided Autopilot Status ("AP" &

"TCS") Annunciations operate

normallyonbothPFD's.

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6 Autopilot Disconnect Warning System C 1 0 May be inoperative provided


(AuralandPFDVisualWarnings)

Autopilotisnotused.

7FlightDirector
C 1 0 May be inoperative provided

TakeoffMinimumsand/orApproach
Minimumsdonotrequireitsuse.

8YawDamper
C 1 0 May be inoperative provided
Autopilotisnotused.

INTENCIONALMENTEENBLANCO

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23COMMUNICATIONS

1 Communications Systems (VHF,

HF,UHF)
D 2 1 (O)Maybeinoperativeprovidedboth
1VHFTx/Rx

VHF are operative for IFR and

extendedoverwaterflightsandisnot

poweredbythehotbatteryBus.

(O)Verifypropercommunicationwith

HFTx/Rx.

D 1 0 (O)OnemayinoperativeprovidedHF
2HFTx/Rx

Tx/Rx are operative for IFR and

extendedoverwaterflightsandisnot

powered by the hot battery Bus or

essentialbus.

(O)Verifypropercommunicationwith

VHFTx/Rx.

B 1 0 (O)Maybeinoperativeprovided:
2PassengerAddressSystem

a) Alternate, normal and

emergencyproceduresand/or

operatingrestrictionsare

b)
Flight
Deck/Cabin

Interphone established and

used, and System and aural

alerting (chime) operates

normally.

NOTE: Any station that operates

normallymaybeused.

(O) Use passenger address system as

alternateproceduresforallnecessary

internalcommunications.

NORMAL PROCEDURES: Before take

offcabincrewwillmakeadirectvoice

communications with all passengers.

Allpreflightannouncementsmustbe

completed prior to takeoff. All in

flight announcements are by direct

voice
communication
with

passengers.
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23COMMUNICATIONS
B 1 0 EMERGENCY PROCEDURES: Flight
2PassengerAddressSystem
deck crew uses interphone to

(Cont.)
communicate with cabin crew. If

required,
all
emergency

announcements will be via direct

voice
communication
with

passengers.

3CrewmemberInterphoneSystem
1FlightDecktoCabin,Cabin B 1 0 (O)Maybeinoperativeprovided:

a) PA system operates
toFlightDeck,CabintoCabin

normally, and can be used as

an alternate communications

link between the flight deck

andthecabin,and

b) Alternate communications

procedures between the

affected Flight Attendants

station(s) and the flight deck

areestablishedandused.

NOTE: Any station that operates

normallymaybeused.

(O) Use passenger address system as

alternateproceduresforallnecessary

internal communications; verify that

the passenger address system is fully

operationalpriortoflight.

2FlightDecktoGround
C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided

alternate procedures are established

andused.

(O)Handmadesignalswillbeusedfor

communication from Flight deck to

ground.

4AlertingSystem(Chime/Light)

1FlightDeckCallLight
B 1 0 May be inoperative provided the

flightdeckchimeisoperative.

NOTE: The flight deck chime must

alwaysbeoperative.
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23COMMUNICATIONS

4AlertingSystem(Chime/Light)

(Cont.)
2FlightAttendantCallLight B 1 0 Maybeinoperativeprovided:
a)PAsystemisoperative,and

b) Affected light is not used

for Lavatory Smoke Detector

Alerting.

B 1 0 Maybeinoperativeprovided:
3FlightAttendantChime

a)PAsystemisoperative,and

b)AffectedChimeisnotused

for Lavatory Smoke Detector

Alerting.

Prerecorded
Passenger C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided

alternate procedures are established


AnnouncementSystem

andused.

(O) All announcements must to be

madebytheflightattendant

6 Cockpit Voice Recorder System A 1 0 Maybeinoperativeprovided:

(CVR)

a) Flight Data Recorder (FDR)

operatesnormally,and

b) Repairs are made within

threeflightdays.

7Microphones

Headset/Boom A 2 0 Maybeinoperativeprovided:

Microphones

a) Hand microphones and

Headsets are installed and

operatenormally,

b) Flight Data Recorder (FDR)

operatesnormally,and

c) Repairs are made within

threeflightdays.

2HandMicrophones
D 2 0

8SELCALSystem
C 0 0 May be inoperative provided

alternate procedures are established

andused.

D 0 0 May be inoperative provided

proceduresdonotrequireditsuse.
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23COMMUNICATIONS
C 1 0 May be inoperative provided Radio
9ClearanceDeliveryHead(CDH)

Management Units (RMU's) operate

normally.

10RadioManagementUnits(RMU's)
1 Nav/Comm Tuning C 2 1 (O)May be inoperative on one

RMUprovided:

Function

a) Backup Engine and

Navigation Displays of both

RMU'soperatenormally,

b) Clearance Delivery Head

(CDH)operatesnormally,and

c) Alternate procedures

fortuning Nav/Comm's are

establishedandused.
11 PassengerToFlight Attendant B 22 11 (M) Individual Call Buttons may be

CallButtons(LightsandAuralTones)
inoperativeprovided:

a) Associated Seat(s) is

Blocked and Placarded "DO

NOTOCCUPY",

b) Inoperative Call Button

Light(s), and associated Aural

Tones, failed ON are

deactivated,and

c) If Lavatory Call Buttons are

inoperative, Lavatory is not

used for any purpose, and

affected Lavatory Door is

locked closed and Placarded

"INOPERATIVE" DO NOT

ENTER.

(M)a)Ifacallbuttonfails,remove

affectedbulbandplacardseat

DO NOT OCCUPY Blocking

Card.

b) If a call light fails, placard

seat with DO NOT OCCUPY

BlockingCard.

c) If lavatory call button is

inoperative,closeandlockthe
door. Placard the door
INOPERATIVE DO NOT
ENTER.
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24ELECTRICALPOWER
B 1 0 Maybeinoperativeprovided:
1TransformerRectifierUnit(TRU)

a) DC Voltmeters and all DC

Generator and Main Battery

EICAS Failure Indications

operatenormally,

b) Both Main DC Batteries

operatenormally,

c) Main DC Batteries are not

usedforEngineStarts,and

d) After Engine Start, Voltage

of each Main DC Battery is

verified to be a minimum of

23Volts.

2 "FAIL" Annunciator Lights on C 2 0 (M) (O) Light(s) may fail to illuminate

Inverter (INV 1/INV 2) Pushbuttons


provided:

(OverheadPanel)
a) Associated Inverter(s) is

verifiedtooperatenormally,

b) Associated INV Pushbutton

"OFF" Annunciator Light

operatesnormally,

c)EICASElectricSystemPage,

operatesnormally,

d)Associated"INV1,orINV2

FAIL" EICAS Caution(s) is

verified to operate normally,

and

e) Alternate procedures for

determining
Inverter

operational
status
are

establishedandused.

(O) Confirm position of inverter

pushbutton IN (On) or OUT (Off),

Reference EICAS for abnormal

indications.

(M)Thisitemmayaccomplishedbya

qualifiedcrewmember.

a) With aircraft power ON,

and the Electric System Page

selected;turnbothinverters
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OFF and insure affected
2 "FAIL" Annunciator Lights on C 2 0

inverter OFF and insure

Inverter (INV 1/INV 2) Pushbuttons

affected
inverter
OFF

(OverheadPanel)

Annunciatorlightilluminates.

(Cont.)

b) Turn affected inverters ON

and verify the inverter buses

arepowered.

c) Select the other inverter

ON, and pull the C/B to the

affectedinverter.

d) Verify fail message on the

electric
system
page

illuminates.

e)ResettheC/B.

3 "OFF" Annunciator Lights on C 2 0 (M) (O) Light(s) may fail to illuminate

provided:
Inverter(INV
1/INV

a) Associated Inverter(s) is
2)Pushbuttons(OverheadPanel)

verifiedtooperatenormally,

b) Associated INV Pushbutton

"FAIL" Annunciator Light

operatesnormally,

c)EICASElectricSystemPage,

operatesnormally,

d)Associated"INV1,orINV2

FAIL" EICAS Caution(s) is

verified to operate normally,

and

e) Alternate procedures for

determining
Inverter

operational
status
are

establishedandused.

(O) To determine the associated INV

pushbutton is selected to OFF, Verify

the pushbutton is selected OUT (Not

Flush).

(M)Thisitemmayaccomplishedbya

qualifiedcrewmember.

a) With aircraft power ON,

andtheElectricSystemPage
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selected; turn both inverters
3 "OFF" Annunciator Lights on C 2 0

OFF and insure affected

Inverter (INV 1/INV 2) Pushbuttons

inverter OFF and insure

(OverheadPanel)

affected
inverter
OFF

(Cont.)

Annunciatorlightilluminates.

b) Turn affected inverters ON

and verify the inverter buses

arepowered.

c)PulltheC/Btotheaffected

inverter. (location is #1 A22

and#2M9)

d) Verify INV 1 or INV 2 fail

message on the electric

systempageilluminates.

e)ResettheC/B.

4 "FAIL" Annunciator Lights on C 2 0 (M) (O) Light(s) may fail to illuminate

provided:
Alternator
(ALTLH/ALT

a) Associated Alternator(s) is
RH)Pushbuttons(OverheadPanel)

verifiedtooperatenormally,

b) Associated ALT Pushbutton

"OFF" Annunciator Light

operatesnormally,

c)EICASElectricSystemPage,

operatesnormally,

d) Associated "L, or R

ALTFAIL" EICAS Caution(s) is

verified to operate normally,

and

e) Alternate procedures for

determining
Alternator

operational
status
are

establishedandused.

(O) Confirm position of inverter

pushbutton IN (On) or OUT (Off).

Reference EICAS for abnormal

indications.

(M)Thisitemmaybeperformedbya

qualified crewmember. With the

display inhibit selected, select

associate ALT pushbutton ON, verify

associated ALT FAIL amber caution

messageilluminatesonEICAS.
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5 "OFF" Annunciator Lights on C 2 0 (M) (O) Light(s) may fail to illuminate

provided:
Alternator
(ALTLH/ALT
RH)

a) Associated Alternator(s) is
Pushbuttons(OverheadPanel)

verifiedtooperatenormally,

b) Associated ALT Pushbutton

"FAIL" Annunciator Light

operatesnormally,

c)EICASElectricSystemPage,

operatesnormally,

d) Associated "L, or R ALT

FAIL" EICAS Caution(s) is

verified to operate normally,

and

e) Alternate procedures for

determining
Alternator

operational
status
are

establishedandused.

(O) To determine the associated ALT

pushbutton is selected to OFF, Verify

the pushbutton is selected OUT (Not

Flush).

(M)Thisitemmaybeaccomplishedby

a qualified crewmember. With

enginesrunningandpropellersoutof

feather:

a)SelectbothALTpushbutton

ON(Flush)

b)SelectACTIEClosed

c) Select associated ALT

pushbuttonOFF(out)

d) Observe AC TIE close by

monitoringACTIEpushbutton

flowbarannunciationlights

e) Select ALT pushbutton ON

(Flush)

f)ObservetheACTIEopen.

A 2 1 Onemaybeinoperativeprovided:
6Inverters

a)
Inverter
Failure

Indication(s) (EICAS and

OverheadPanel)foroperative

Inverteroperatenormally,
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b) Takeoff, Approach, and
A 2 1
6Inverters

Landing Minimums do not

(Cont.)

requireitsuse,and

c) Operations are limited to

two flight days before repairs

aremade.

C 2 1 One may be inoperative provided


7DCVoltmeter
EICAS Failure Cautions for DC

Generators and Main DC Batteries

operatenormally.

8Vertical (BusTied)FlowBarLights C 2 0 (M) (O) Light(s) may fail to illuminate

provided:
on NonEssential Bus (NONESS 1/2)

a)
Associated
NONESS
Pushbuttons(OverheadPanel)

Pushbutton(s) is verified to

operatenormally,

b)
Associated
NONESS

Pushbutton "OFF" Light(s) is

verifiedtooperatenormally,

c) EICAS Electrical System

Pageoperatesnormally,and

d) Alternate procedures for

determining
NonEssential

Busstatusareestablishedand

used.

(O) Confirm position of NON ESS

pushbutton IN (On) or OUT (Off) as

required. Reference EICAS for

abnormalindications.

(M) With DC power applied to the

aircraft:

a) Select the associated NON

ESSpushbuttonOUT(Off)and

ensure the pushbutton OFF

annunciator light illuminates

and that the affected bus is

unpowered on the ELECTR

systempage.

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b) Select the associated NON
8 Vertical (Bus Tied)Flow Bar Lights C 2 0

ESS pushbutton IN (On), and

onNonEssential
Bus(NONESS
ensure the pushbutton OFF

1/2)Pushbuttons(OverheadPanel)

annunciator light extinguishes

(Cont.)

and that the affected bus is

powered on the ELECTR

systempage.

9 "OFF" Annunciator Lights on Non C 2 0 (M) (O) Light(s) may fail to illuminate

provided:
Essential Bus (NONESS 1/2)

a)
Associated
NONESS
Pushbuttons(OverheadPanel)

Pushbutton(s) is verified to

operatenormally,

b)
Associated
NONESS

Pushbutton Vertical Flow Bar

Light(s) is verified to operate

normally,

c) EICAS Electrical System

Pageoperatesnormally,and

d) Alternate procedures for

determining
NonEssential

Busstatusareestablishedand

used.

(O) Confirm position of NON ESS

pushbutton IN (on) or OUT (off) as

required. Reference EICAS for

abnormalindications.

(M) With DC power applied to the

aircraft:

a) Select the associated NON

ESSpushbuttonOUT(off)and

ensure the pushbuttons

vertical
bar
(white)

annunciator
light
is

extinguished and that the

affectedbusinunpoweredon

theELECTRsystempage.

b) Select the associated NON

ESS pushbutton IN (on) and

ensurethepushbutton
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vertical flow bar (white)
9 "OFF" Annunciator Lights on Non C 2 0
annunciator
light
is

Essential Bus (NONESS 1/2)


illuminated and that the

Pushbuttons(OverheadPanel)
affected bus is powered on

(Cont.)
theELECTRsystempage.

10 Vertical (Bus UnTied) Flow Bar B 1 0 (M) (O) Light may fail to illuminate
provided:

Light on DC Bus Tie (TIE) Pushbutton

a) DC Bus TIE Pushbutton is


(OverheadPanel)

verifiedtooperatenormally,

b) DC Bus TIE Pushbutton

Horizontal(BusTied)FlowBar

Light is verified to operate

normally,

c) COLD/CROSS Pushbutton

"ON" Light is verified to

operatenormally,

d) EICAS ELECTR System Page

operatesnormally,and

e) Alternate procedures for

determining status of Bus Tie

Function are established and

used.

(0)ConfirmpositionofOCBUSTIE

PushbuttonsselectedIN,FlowBar

Light(BUSTIEO)mustilluminate

(M) With DC Power applied to only

one side (LH or RH), and EXT power

noton:

a) Select the DC Bus Tie

Pushbuttons 0UT (Open) and

ensure the Pushbuttons

Horizontal Flow Bar (White)

Annunciator
Light
is

extinguished and that Bus

Voltage is only indicated on

onesideoftheDCBusTieon

theELECTRSystemPage.

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b)SelecttheDCBusTie
10 Vertical (Bus UnTied) Flow Bar B 1 0
Pushbutton IN (CLOSED), and

Light on DC Bus Tie (TIE) Pushbutton


ensure
the
Pushbutton

(OverheadPanel)
HorizontalFlowBar(WHITE).

(Cont.)

Annunciator Light is illuminated and

the Bus Voltage is indicated on both

sidesoftheOCBustieontheELECTR

SystemPage.

11 Horizontal (Bus Tied) Flow Bar B 1 0 (M) (O) Light may fail to illuminate

provided:
Light on DC Bus Tie (TIE) Pushbutton

a) DC Bus TIE Pushbutton is


(OverheadPanel)

verifiedtooperatenormally,

b) DC Bus TIE Pushbutton

Vertical (Bus UnTied) Flow

BarLightisverifiedtooperate

normally,

c) COLD/CROSS Pushbutton

"ON" Light is verified to

operatenormally,

d) EICAS ELECTR System Page

operatesnormally,and

e) Alternate procedures for

determining status of Bus Tie

Function are established and

used.

(O) Confirm position of DC BUS TIE

PushbuttonIN(Tied)orOUT(UnTied)

With pushbutton selected IN, Flow

BarLight(BUSTIED)mustilluminate

(M) With DC Power applied to only

one side (LH or RH), and EXT power

noton:

a) Select the OC Bus Tie

Pushbutton OUT (open) and

ensure
the
Pushbutton

Horizontal Flow Bar (White)

Annunciator
Light
is

extinguished and that Bus

Voltageisonlyindicatedon
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onesideoftheDCBusTieon
11 Horizontal (Bus Tied) Flow Bar B 1 0

theELECTRSystemPage.
Light on DC Bus Tie (TIE) Pushbutton

b) Select the DC Bus Tie


(OverheadPanel)

Pushbutton IN (CLOSED), and


(Cont.)

ensure
the
Pushbutton

Horizontal Flow Bar (WHITE)

annunciator
Light
is

illuminated and that Bus

Voltage is indicated on both

sidesoftheDCBusTieonthe

ELECTRSystemPage.

(O) Confirm position of DC BUS TIE

Pushbutton IN (On) or OUT (Off) as

required. With pushbutton selected

OUT Flow Bar Light (BUS TIE) must

illuminated.

(M) With DC Power applied to only

one side (LH or LH) , and EXT power

noton:

a) Select the DC Bus Tie

Pushbutton OUT (open) and

ensure
the
Pushbutton

Vertical Flow Bar (White)

Annunciator
Light
is

illuminated and that Bus

Voltage is only indicated on

onesideoftheDCBusTieon

theELECTRSystemPage

b) Select the DC Bus Tie

PushbuttonIN(CLOSED),and

ensure
the
Pushbutton

Vertical Flow Bar (WHITE)

Annunciator
Light
is

extinguished and that Bus

Voltage is indicated on both

sidesoftheDCbusTieonthe

ELECTRSystemPage

c)
Select
COL/CROSS

Pushbuttons ON (IN) and

ensurelightilluminates.

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12 Essential Bus LED (Bus Powered) C 2 1

Lights(OverheadPanel)

13"FAIL"AnnunciatorLight(s)onDC C 2 0 (M) (O) Light(s) may fail to illuminate

provided:

Generator (GENLH/RH) Pushbutton(s)

a) Associated Generator(s) is

(OverheadPanel)

verifiedtooperatenormally,

b)AssociatedGENPushbutton

"OFF" Annunciator Light(s)

operatesnormally,

c) Associated "L or R DC GEN

FAIL"
EICAS
Caution

Message(s) is verified to

operatenormally,

d) EICAS ELECTR System Page

operatesnormally,and

e) Alternate procedures for

determining
operational

status of associated DC

Generator(s) are established

andused.

(0) Confirm position of DG GEN

Pushbutton IN (ON) or OUT (Off) as

required. Reference EICAS for

abnormalindications

(M)Thisitemmaybecompletedbya

qualifiedcrewmember

a) Start the Engine with the

affectedGenerator

b) Check the affected

Generator OFF Annunciator

light is OUT (OFF) and

illuminated

c)TurnGeneratorON

d) Display the Electric System

Page and verify no failure

Message illuminates for the

affectedGenerator.

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14"OFF"AnnunciatorLight(s)onDC C 2 0 (M) (O) Light(s) may fail to illuminate

provided:

Generator (GENLH/RH) Pushbutton(s)

a) Associated Generator(s) is

(OverheadPanel)

verifiedtooperatenormally,

b)AssociatedGENPushbutton

"FAIL" Annunciator Light(s)

operatesnormally,

c) Associated "L or R DC GEN

FAIL"
EICAS
Caution

Message(s) is verified to

operatenormally,

d) EICAS ELECTR System Page

operatesnormally,and

e) Alternate procedures for

determining
operational

status of associated DC

Generator(s) are established

andused.

(O) Confirm position of DCGE

Pushbutton IN (On) or OUT (Off) as

required. Reference EICAS for

abnormalindications

(M)Thisitemmaybecompletedbya

qualifiedcrewmember

a) Start the Engine with the

affectedGenerator

b) Check the affected

Generator "FAIL" Annunciator

lightisilluminated

c)TurnGeneratorON

d) Display the Electric System

Page and verify no failure

Message illuminates for the

affectedGenerator.

15 "FAIL" Annunciator Light(s) on C 2 0 (M) (O) Light(s) may fail to illuminate

MainBattery(BAT1/2)Pushbutton(s)

provided:

(OverheadPanel)

a) Associated Battery(s) is

verifiedtooperatenormally,

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b)AssociatedBATPushbutton
15 "FAIL" Annunciator Light(s) on C 2 0
"OFF" Annunciator Light(s)
MainBattery(BAT1/2)Pushbutton(s)
operatesnormally,
(OverheadPanel)

(Cont.)
c) Associated "BATT 1, or
BATT2 FAIL" EICAS Caution
Message(s) is verified to
operatenormally,

d) EICAS ELECTR System Page


operatesnormally,and

e) Alternate procedures for


determining
operational
status of associated Main
Battery(s)areestablishedand
used.

(O) Confirm position of BAT 1/2


Pushbutton IN(On) or OUT (Off) as
required. Reference EICAS for
abnormalindications

(M) With external power applied to


theaircraft:

a) Select associated Battery


Switch OFF and verify
associated BAT Pushbutton
1"OFF"annunciatorlights

b) Disconnect associated
Battery

c)VerifyAssociatedBAT1or2
FAIL Caution illuminates on
EICAS and on ELECTR System
Page

d)ReconnectBattery

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16 "OFF" Annunciator Light(s) on C 2 0 (M) (O) Light(s) may fail to illuminate


MainBattery(BAT1/2)Pushbutton(s)
provided:
(OverheadPanel)
a) Associated Battery(s) is

verifiedtooperatenormally,

b)AssociatedBATPushbutton
"FAIL" Annunciator Light(s)

operatesnormally,

c) Associated "BATT 1, or

BATT2 FAIL" EICAS Caution

Message(s)isverifiedto

operatenormally,
d) EICAS ELECTR System Page
operatesnormally,and
e) Alternate procedures for
determining
operational
status of associated Main
Battery(s)areestablishedand
used.
(O) To select associated Battery OFF
Select BAT Pushbutton to the OUT
position (Not Flush). To select the
associatedBatteryON,selecttheBAT
PushbuttontotheINposition(Flush)
(M) With external power applied to
theaircraft:
a) Disconnect associated
Battery
b)VerifyassociatedBAT1or2
FAIL 1 Caution illuminates on
EICAS and on ELECTR System
Page
c)ReconnectBattery

17 "AVAIL" and "ON" Annunciator C 2 1 (O)Either"AVAIL,"or"ON"Lightmay


failtoilluminateprovided:
Lights
on
DC
External(EXT)
a) "ON," and "NOT USED"
Pushbutton(OverheadPanel)
External Power Annunciator

Lights on Exterior Panel

operatenormally,

b) Alternate Procedures for

determiningExternalPower.

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availability and operation
17 "AVAIL" and "ON" Annunciator C 2 1
status are established and

Lights on DC External (EXT)


used,and
Pushbutton(OverheadPanel)
c)
Alternate
Flight
(Cont.)
Crew/Ground
Crew
communication procedures
for
connecting
and
disconnecting External Power
areestablishedandused.

(O) For the "AVAIL light


communicate with ground personnel
viaestablishedhandsignals
Forthe"ONLight:WithTheExternal
Powerselected"ONby
1)Withenginesoperating:
a) Verify the EXT Pushbutton
isselectedIN(ON),and
b) Verify the ON (EXT) blue
synoptic message is displayed
ontheELECTRSystemPage
2) With the engines not operating,
verify the Non Essential Busses are
ONasindicatedontheELECTRSystem
Pageorthe NONESS1/2Pushbutton
ONannunciatorlights.

18 "NOT USED" and "ON" C 2 1 (O)Either"NOTUSED,"or"ON"Light


mayfailtoilluminateprovided:
Annunciator Lights on DC External
a)"ON,"and"AVAIL"External
Pushbutton(ExteriorPanel)
Power Annunciator Lights on

Overhead Panel operate

normally,

b) Alternate Procedures for

determining External Power

availability and operation

status
are
established

andused,and

c)
Alternate
Flight

Crew/Ground
Crew

communication procedures

forconnectingand
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Disconnecting External Power
18 "NOT USED" and "ON" C 2 1
areestablishedandused.
Annunciator Lights on DC External

Pushbutton(ExteriorPanel)
(O) For the "AVAIL" Light
(Cont.)
communicate with ground personnel

viaestablishedhandsignals
Forthe"ON"light:
a) Brief the Ramp Supervisor
on EXT power status and
means to determine EXT
Pushbutton "ON" or "AVAIL"
lightsontheoverheadpanel
b)Priortoleavingtheaircraft
unattended, ensure boot BAT
1/2areselectedOFF.

19 Vertical (Bus UnTied) Flow Bar C 1 0 (M) (O) Light may fail to illuminate
provided:
Light on AC Bus Tie (TIE) Pushbutton
a) AC Bus Tie function is
(OverheadPanel)
verifiedtooperatenormally,

b) AC Bus TIE Horizontal (Bus

Tied) Flow Bar annunciator

Lightoperatesnormally,

c) AC Alternator (ALT LH/RH)

Pushbutton "FAIL," and "OFF"

Annunciator Lights operate

normally,

d) EICAS ELECTR Page

operatesnormally,and

e) Alternate procedures for

determiningACBusTiestatus

areestablishedandused.

(O) Pushbutton IN (On) or OUT (Off)

as required. Reference EICAS for

abnormalindications.

(M) This item may be completed by

aqualified Crewmember. With the

DISPLAY INHIBIT Selected. Select

associatedALTPushbuttonON.Verify

associated ALT FAIL Amber Caution

MessageilluminatesonEICAS.
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19 Vertical (Bus UnTied) Flow Bar C 1 0 With engines running and the
propelleroutoffeather:
Light on AC Bus Tie(TIE) Pushbutton
a) With the AC TIE Selected
(OverheadPanel)
OPEN (Out) Select one
(Cont.)
alternatorOFF.
b) Note that no AC power is
indicated on the AC BUS
associated with inoperative
alternator on ELECTR System
Page.
c) Select the AC TIE
PushbuttonCLOSED(flush)
d) Note that AC Power is
indicated on the AC BUS
associated
with
the
inoperative alternator on the
ELECTRSystemPage
e) AC BUS TIE Pushbutton
Horizontal Flow Bar (White)
Lightisilluminated

20 Horizontal (Bus Tied) Flow Bar C 1 0 (M) (O) Light may fail to illuminate
provided:
Light on AC Bus Tie (TIE) Pushbutton
a) AC Bus Tie function is
(OverheadPanel)
verifiedtooperatenormally,

b)ACBusTIEVertical(BusUn

Tied) Flow Bar annunciator

Lightoperatesnormally,

c) AC Alternator (ALT LH/RH)

Pushbutton "FAIL," and "OFF"

Annunciator Lights operate

normally,

d) EICAS ELECTR Page

operatesnormally,and

e) Alternate procedures for

determiningACBusTiestatus

areestablishedandused.

(0) Confirm position of AC BUS TIE

PushbuttonIN(On)orOUT(Off)as

required. Reference EICAS for


abnormalindications.
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20 Horizontal (Bus Tied) Flow Bar C 1 0 (M)Thisitemmaybecompletedbya
qualified Crewmember. With the
Light on AC Bus Tie (TIE) Pushbutton
DISPLAY INHIBIT Selected, select
(OverheadPanel)
associatedALTPushbuttonON.Verify
(Cont.)
associated ALT FAIL. Amber Caution
MessageilluminateonEICAS.

With engines running and the


propelleroutfeather:
a) With the AC TIE Selected
OPEN (Out) Select one
alternatorOFF.
b) Note that no AC power is
indicated on AC BUS
associated with inoperative
alternator on ELECTR System
Page.
c) AC BUS TIE Pushbutton
VerticalFlowbar(White)Light
isilluminated.
d) Select the AC TIE
PushbuttonCLOSED(flush)
e) Note that AC Power is
indicated on the AC BUS
associated
with
the
inoperative alternator on the
ELECTRSystemPage

21 "AVAIL" and "ON" Annunciator C 2 0 May be inoperative provided


proceduresdonotrequiretheiruse.

Light(s) on AC External Power

Pushbutton(OverheadPanel)
C 2 0 (O) May be inoperative provided

alternate procedures for determining

availability and operational status of

AC External Power are established

andused.

(O) For the "AVAIL" Light

communicate with ground personnel

via established hand signals For the

"ON"Light:

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a) VerifytheEXTPushbutton
21 "AVAIL" and "ON" Annunciator C 2 0

isselectedIN(On)and
Light(s) on AC External Power

Pushbutton(OverheadPanel)

b) Verify the ON (EXT) Blue


(Cont.)

Synopticmessageisdisplayed

ontheELECTRSystemPage

C 1 0 (M) (O) May be inoperative provided


22APUGenerator

APUGeneratorisselectedoff.

(O)VerifyAPUGENswisselectedOff

(M)Thisitemmaybecompletedbya

qualifiedCrewmember

a) Pull and secure APU GEN

circuitbreaker

b) Placard APU GEN sw"

INOPERATIVE"

C 1 0
24DCExternalPowerSystem

C 1 0
25ACExternalPowerSystem

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A 1 0 (M)(O)FlightAttendantseatmaybe
1FlightAttendantSeatAssembly
inoperativeprovided:
a) Affected Seat or seat
assemblyisnotoccupied,
b)FlightAttendantdisplaced
by inoperative seat position
occupies the passenger Seat
most accessible to the
inoperativeseat,
c) Alternate procedures are
established and used as
published
in
the
crewmembersmanuals,
d) Folding type Seat is
stowed or secured in the
retractedposition,
e) Passenger Seat assigned
to the Flight Attendant is
placarded "FOR FLIGHT
ATTENDANTUSEONLY",and
f) Repairs are made within
two(2)flightdays.

(O) Cabin attendant assigned to


affected jump seat will occupy a
passengerseatas closeto,orcloser
than the nearest seated passenger
to the associated exit. On VIP
Dornier aircraft this seat will be ID.
From this seat the cabin attendant
can reach the assigned emergency
exit in essentially the same time as
from the jump seat. Passenger seat
occupied by the Cabin attendant is
to be placarded (blocked) for such
purpose.

(M)Thisitemmaybecompletedbya
qualified Crewmember. Ensure the
Seat is retracted and placard the
SeatwithaSeatblockingcard.
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C 1 1 The Emergency Locator Transmitter
2EmergencyLocatorTransmitter(ELT)
must be operative in accordance

withR.A.C.4.2.2.4.

NOTE: If the ELT failure occurs in a


remote base where the repairs
cannot be accomplished, the crew
could perform a Ferry flight to a
maintenance facility where the
repairs could be made. (RAC
4.2.2.4.d.4.).

3"FastenSeatBeltWhileSeated"Signs
C 22 1 One or more Signs or Placards

maybeillegibleormissingprovideda
legible Sign or Placard is readable
fromeachoccupiedPassengerSeat.

D 32 0 Maybeinoperativeprovided:
4PassengerSeat(s)
a) Seat does not block an

EmergencyExit,

b) Seat does notrestrictany

passengerfromaccesstothe

mainaisle,and

c) The affected seat(s) are

blocked and placarded "DO

NOTOCCUPY".

NOTE 1: A seat with an inoperative

seatbeltisconsideredinoperative.

NOTE 2: Inoperative seats do not

affecttherequirednumberofFlight

Attendants.

NOTE3:Affectedseat(s)mayinclude

the seat(s) behind and/or adjacent

outboardseats.

D 30 0 May be inoperative and seat


1ReclineMechanism

occupiedprovidedseatissecuredin

theuprightposition.

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D 20 0 (O)Maybeinoperativeprovided:
4PassengerSeat(s)

a) Baggage is not stowed

(Cont.)

underseat with inoperative

2Underseat Baggage Restraining

bar,

Bars

b) Associated seat is

placarded "DO NOT STOW

BAGGAGE UNDER THIS

SEAT",and

c)
Procedures
are

established to alert Cabin

Crew
of
inoperative

restrainingbar.

(0) Upon report of inoperative

RestrainingbaronAircraftLog.Crew

willadviseFlt.Attendant.

Placard affected seat "DO NOT

STOWBAGGAGEUNDERTHISSEAT"

5PassengerConvenienceItems

D 32 0 (O) Secure the tray in the closed


1Traytables

positionandplacardINOPERATIVE

D 1 0 0) Placard the toilet INOPERATIVE


2Toilet

and block the seat in the down

positionwithtape

D 7 0 (O)Ifthedoorwillclose,placardthe
3Overheadbin

doorlatchINOPERATIVE

(M)Ifthedoorwillnotclose,remove

the door from the overhead bin,

place a piece of tape across the

openingandplacardNOSTORAGEIN

THISBIN

D 10 0 (O)Securetheinoperativearmrestin
4Armrestseat

theuprightpositiontotheseatback.
(M)Ifthearmrestcannotbesecured
in the upright position, remove the
armrestformtheseat.
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6ObserverSeat

1PrimaryObserverSeat(Including A 1 0 Maybeinoperativeprovided:
a)Theprimaryobserverseat
AssociatedEquipment)
isavailablewiththerequired

minimum safety equipment

(safetybeltandoxygen)and

acceptable to the UAEAC


inspector
for
the
performance of official
duties,and
b) Repairs are made within
twoflightdays.
NOTE 1: These provisions are
intendedtoprovideforoccupancyof
the above seats by an UAEAC
Inspector when minimum safety
equipment (Oxygen and Safety Belt)
is functional and the inspector
determines the conditions to be
acceptable.
NOTE 2: The PilotInCommand will
determine if the minimum Safety
Equipment is functional for other
persons authorized to occupy
ObserverSeat.

7 Flight Attendant Flashlight/Holder C 1 0 May be inoperative or missing


Assembly(s)
provided Cabin Crewmember(s)

assignedtoassociatedSeat(s)hasan
equivalent, operating Flashlight
readilyavailable.

8FirstAidKits
D 1 1 Any in excess of those required by
RAC may be opened or missing,
provided required distribution of
operativeKit(s)ismaintained.

9OverWaterEquipment
C 36 36 Required on over water operation
1LifeVest
only(N/AduetoADAoperation)

C 1 1 Required on over water operation


2Liferaft
only(N/AduetoADAoperation.
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D 2 0 May be inoperative or missing


10CargorestraintSystem

provided acceptable cargo loading

limits from an approved source ie;

Cargo Loading manual, Cargo

Handling manual, or Weight and

Balancedocumentareobserved.

D 2 0 May be inoperative or missing


provided
cargo
compartment
remainsempty.

11EmergencyMedicalKit
D 0 0 Any in excess of those required by

RAC may be opened or missing


provided required distribution of
remainingKit(s)ismaintained.

12CockpitSunvisor
C 2 0 Maybeinoperativeprovided:
a) No visual restrictions to
theflightcrew,
b) Acceptable to flight crew,
and
c) Affected sunvisor is
removedorstowed.

13 Galley Waste Receptacles Access C 1 0 (M)Maybeinoperativeprovidedthe


containerisemptyandtheaccessis
Doors/Covers
secured
to
prevent
waste

introductionintothecompartment.

(M) Remove waste from container,


secure access door and placard "DO
NOTTHROWWASTEINSIDE"

14LavatoryDoor

Ashtrays
1Airplaneswithonlyonelavatory A 1 0 May be missing provided it is
replacedwithin3calendardays.
doorashtrayinstalled

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D 3 2 Any in excess of those required by


1PortableFireExtinguisher
RAC may be inoperative or missing

provided:
a) The inoperative Fire
Extinguisher
is
tagged
"INOPERATIVE,"
removed
from the installed position,
and placed out of sight so it
can not be mistaken for at
functionalunit,and
b) Required distribution is
maintained

2 Fire Extinguisher Thermal C 5 0 (M)(O)Maybeinoperativeormissing


provided:
DischargeDiscs

a) Adequate charge of
associated Extinguisher is
verifiedeachflightday,and
b) Associated Engine Fire
Protection Discharge Bottle
Lights are tested each flight
day.

(O)Priortoeachtakeoff:

1)
Select
the
FIRE
PROTECTION TEST switch to
the FAIL AGN position and
check the AGN lights are
illuminatedand
2)EnsuretheDISlightsinthe
fire bottle (BTL) buttons are
checked
to
the
not
Illuminated

(M) Remove affected Fire Bottle and


performweightcheckIADornierMM
chapter 26. Document task in
MaintenanceLogonboardAircraft

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3LavatorySmokeDetectionSystem C 1 0 May be inoperative provided the
lavatory fire extinguisher system

operatesnormally.

C 1 0 (M)(O)Maybeinoperativeprovided:
a) Lavatory waste receptacle
remainsempty,
b) Lavatory door is locked
closed
and
placarded
"INOPERATIVE DO NOT
ENTER",and
c)Lavatoryisnotusedforany
purpose.
NOTE 1: These provisos are not
intended to prohibit lavatory
inspectionsbycrewmembers.
Note 2: Lavatory smoke detection
system is not required for allcargo
operations.
(M) (O) This item may be performed
by qualified flight Crewmember.
Ensure Lavatory Smoke Detection
System operates normally or remove
all waste from Receptacle and close,
lockandplacarddoor"INOPERATIVE
DONOTENTER""FUERADESERVICIO
NOENTRE"

4LavatoryFireExtinguishingSystems C 1 0 May be inoperative for each lavatory


provided associated lavatory smoke

detectionsystemoperatesnormally.

C 1 0 (M) (O) May be inoperative for each

lavatoryprovidedassociated:

a) Lavatory Waste Receptacle

remainsempty,

b) Lavatory Door is locked

closed
and
placarded

"INOPERATIVE

DO

NOTENTER",and

c)Lavatoryisnotusedforany

purpose.
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4LavatoryFireExtinguishingSystems C 1 0 NOTE 1: These provisos are not

(Cont.)
intended to prohibit Lavatory

inspectionsbyCrewmembers.

NOTE 2: A lavatory fire extinguisher

system is not required for allcargo

operations.

(M) (O) This item may be performed

by qualified flight Crewmember.

Ensure Lavatory Smoke Detection

System operates normally or remove

all waste from Receptacle and close,

lockandplacarddoor"INOPERATIVE

DONOTENTER""FUERADESERVICIO

NOENTRE"

5 Cargo Compartment Smoke D 1 0

DetectionSystem

6 Cargo Compartment Fire D 1 0


ExtinguisherSystem

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27FLIGHTCONTROLS

B 1 0 (M)(O)Maybeinoperativeprovided:
1AileronTrimIndicationSystem
a) Normal and Standby

Aileron Trim Systems operate


normally,
b) Aileron Trim Systems are
verified to operate through
full travel before each
departure,and
c) At completion of Trim
check, Aileron Trim Tab is
visuallyverifiedin the neutral
position, and Aileron Trim is
not repositioned unless
requiredinflight.

(0)Procedure:
1) With electrical power on
the aircraft, operate aileron
trimtofulldownandfullup
2) Have outside observer,
pilot,
or
maintenance
personnel visually check trim
tab on left aileron for
movement and position. Trim
aileron as needed until trim
tab is aligned with aileron
trailingedge.
3) Do not move aileron trim
untilaftertakeoff.

(M)Thisitemmaybeperformedbya
qualified
Crewmember.
Verify
Standby and Normal Trim operates
normallybyrunningtheTrimswitches
through full range and visually check
TrimTabformovement.

B 1 0 (M)(O)Maybeinoperativeprovided:
2RudderTrimIndicationSystem
a) Rudder Trim System

operatesnormally,

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27FLIGHTCONTROLS
b) Rudder Trim System is
2 Rudder Trim Indication System B 1 0

(Cont.)
verified to operate through

full travel before each

departure,and

c)AtcompletionofTrimcheck

Rudder Trim Tab is visually

verified in the neutral

position, and Rudder Trim is

not repositioned unless

requiredinflight.

(0)Procedure:

1) With electrical power on

the aircraft, operate rudder

trimtofullleftandfullright.

2) Have outside observer,

pilot,
or
maintenance

personnel visually check

rudder trim tab movement

andposition.

Trim rudder as needed until

trimtabisalignedwithrudder

trailingedge.

3) Do not move rudder trim

untilaftertakeoff.

(M)Thisitemmaybeperformedbya

qualifiedCrewmember.VerifyRudder

Trim System operates normally by

runningtheTrimswitchesthroughfull

rangeandvisuallycheckTrimTabfor

movement.

C 1 0 (M)Maybeinoperativeprovided:
3GustLockSystem

a) An acceptable alternate
method of securing the
affected Flight Controls is
developedandused,and
b) Full and free movement of
associated Flight Controls is
verifiedbeforetakeoff.

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C 1 0 (M) Move Gust Lock lever in cockpit
3GustLockSystem
to the forward position marked OFF
(Cont.)
(unlocked). Ensure lever is in detent
Check movement of flight controls to
ensure freedom. Placard Lever "INOP
DONOTUSE".

4RudderLimiterSystem
A 1 0 (O) May be inoperative in the

DisengagedModeprovided:
a) Airspeed is limited to a
maximumof160KIAS,and
b) Operations are limited to
two flight days before repairs
aremade.

(O)Procedure:
a) Ensure RUD LIMIT
pushbutton
is
pressed
(UNLIMITilluminated)
b)Donotexceed160KIAS

5NormalAileronTrimSystem
B 1 0 (O)Maybeinoperativeprovided:

a) Aileron Trim Indication


Systemoperatesnormally,
b) Standby Aileron Trim
System is verified to operate
through full travel before
eachdeparture,and
c) Standby Aileron Trim
System is selected and used
throughoutflight.

(O)Procedure:
a) Prior to each departure,
ensure standby Aileron Trim
operatesnormallythroughfull
travel,and
b) Use Standby Aileron Trim
System for all aileron
trimmingoperationsinflight.

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6StandbyAileronTrimSystem
B 1 0 (O)Maybeinoperativeprovided:
a) Aileron Trim Indication

Systemoperatesnormally,

b) Normal Aileron Trim

System is verified to operate

through full travel before


eachdeparture,and
c)NormalAileronTrimSystem
is selected and used
throughoutflight.

(O)Procedure:
a) Prior to each departure,
ensure normal aileron Trim
operatesnormallythroughfull
travel,and
b) Use normal Aileron Trim
System for all aileron
trimmingoperationsinflight.

7StickShaker
B 2 1 (M) (O) One may be inoperative
provided:
a) Inoperative Stick Shaker is
deactivated,
b)BothAngleofAttack(AOA)
Systems operate normally,
and
c) Before each departure,
Stick Pusher and remaining
Stick Shaker are verified to
operatenormally.

(O) Perform a Stall System test prior


toeachtakeoff

(M)Thisitemmaybeperformedbya
qualified Crewmember. Pull and
secure affected AOA / Stall Warning
C/BusingaLockoutring.

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8 "UNLIMIT" Annunciator Light on C 1 0 (M) (O) Light may fail to illuminate


Rudder
Limiter
(RUD
LIMIT
provided:
Pushbutton)(CenterConsole)
a) RUD LIM Pushbutton is

verifiedtooperatenormally,

b) EICAS "RUDDER MAN

UNLIMIT" Status Message


operatesnormally,

c)EICASFLTCTRLSystemPage

operatesnormally,and
d) Alternate procedures to
confirmRudderLimiterStatus
areestablishedandused.

(O) Reference Flight Control System


PageforRudderLimiterstatus

(M)Thisitemmaybeperformedbya
qualifiedCrewmember:
a)
Select
RUD
LIMT
pushbuttonOUT
b) verify the RUDDER MAN
UNLIMIT Blue Status message
illuminatesonEICAS
c) Select the RUD LIMIT
PushbuttonIN
d)Verify the RUDDER MAN
UNLIMIT Blue Status message
onEICASextinguishes

9 "OFF" Annunciator Light on Stick C 1 0 (M) (O) Light may fail to illuminate
provided:

Pusher (PUSHER) Pushbutton (Center


a) PUSHER Pushbutton is

Console)
verifiedtooperatenormally,

b) EICAS "PUSH DISARM"

Status Message operates

normally,

c) EICAS "PUSHER FAIL"

Caution Message operates

normally,and

d) Before each departure,

Stick Pusher is verified to

operatenormally.
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9 "OFF" Annunciator Light on Stick C 1 0 (O) Perform a Stall System test prior

toeachtakeoff
Pusher (PUSHER) Pushbutton (Center

(M)Thisitemmaybeperformedbya
Console)

qualifiedCrewmember
(Cont.)

a) Push the PUSHER

Pushbutton(SpringLoaded)

b) Verify the PUSH DISARM

Statusmessageilluminateson

EICAS

c) Conduct Pusher Test and

verifyPusherisinoperative

d)TripandResetthePUSHER

CTRLc/b

e) Verify PUSHER DISARM

Status message on EICAS

extinguishes

f) Conduct PUSHER Test and

verify
Pusher
operates

normally.

10 Aileron Position Indications C 2 0 (O) May be inoperative provided,

before each takeoff, normal Aileron


(EICASFLTCTRLPage)

control movement is verified by an

acceptablealternatemeans.

(O) Crewmembers will visually verify

normal Aileron control movement

with Captain performing an Aileron

flight control check from the flight

deck with the Firs Officer positioned

outside visually verifying proper

Aileronposition.

11ElevatorPositionIndication(EICAS C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided,


FLTCTRLPage)
before each takeoff, normal Elevator

control movement is verified by an


acceptablealternatemeans.
(O) Crewmembers will visually verify
normal elevator control movement
with Captain performing an elevator
flight control check from the flight
deck with the Firs Officer positioned
outside visually verifying proper
elevatorposition.
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12 Rudder Position Indication (EICAS C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided,
before each takeoff, normal Rudder
FLTCTRLPage)
control movement is verified by an

acceptablealternatemeans.

(O) Crewmembers will visually verify

normal rudder control movement


with Captain performing a rudder
flight control check from the flight
deck with the Firs Officer positioned
outside visually verifying proper
rudderposition.

13SpoilerPositionIndications(EICAS C 2 0 (O) May be inoperative provided,


before each takeoff, normal Spoiler
FLTCTRLPage)
control movement is verified by an

acceptablealternatemeans.

(O) Crewmembers will visually verify


normal spoiler control movement
with Captain performing an spoiler
flight control check from the flight
deck with the Firs Officer positioned
outside visually verifying proper
spoilerposition.

INTENCIONALMENTEENBLANCO

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1JetPumps
C 2 1 (O)Onemaybeinoperativeprovided:
a) Both Electric Fuel Pumps
operatenormally,
b) Fuel Quantity Indications
operatenormally,
c) Only Jet A or Jet A1 Fuel is
used,and
d) Unusable Fuel Quantity in
affected Wing Tank Group
(Inner, Outer, and Feeder
Tanks)isincreasedby30lbs.

(O) Prior to engine start, select both


ELPMPsONandensurenoELPMPFAIL
Cautions illuminate. Associated
ELPMPremainsONcontinuouslyfrom
Takeoff to landing unless otherwise
directed by Abnormal or Emergency
Procedures.

C 2 1 (M) (O) One may be inoperative


2EICASFuelQuantityIndications
provided:

a) Fuel Quantity in associated

Fuel Tank(s) is verified by an

acceptablealternatemeans,

b) Associated Fuel Flow and

Fuel Remaining Indications

operatenormally,

c)AllFuelPumps(Electricand

Jet)operatenormally,

d) Fuel Quantity of affected

Wing Tank Group is manually

entered in the EICAS Fuel

System Page prior to Engine

start,

e) EICAS "FUEL LOW/VMO"

Caution operates normally,

and

f) VMO/MMO is limited to

225KIAS/M.49.

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2 1 (O)Procedure:
C
2EICASFuelQuantityIndications
a) Following each refueling,

(Cont.)
verify fuel quantity on side

with inoperative fuel quantity

indication using the magnetic

dipstick.

b) Prior to engine start,

ensure actual fuel load for

side with inoperative fuel

quantity
indication
is

manuallyenteredontheFUEL

SystemPage.

c) Do not exceed 225

KIAS/M.49

(M)Thisitemmaybeperformedbya

qualified Crewmember: Verify Fuel

QuantitybyuseofDipsticks

3MagneticDipsticks(MagnaSticks) C 4 0 May be inoperative provided

acceptable
alternate
refueling
procedureisestablishedandused.

C 1 0 May be inoperative provided


4PressureRefuelingSystem
acceptable
alternate
refueling

proceduresareestablishedandused.

C 1 0 May be inoperative provided Manual


1AutomaticFunction
Pressure Refueling Function operates

normally.

C 1 0 May be inoperative provided


2ManualFunction

Automatic
Pressure
Refueling

Functionoperatesnormally.
C 1 0
3PressureRefuelingCap

5RefuelingPanel
C 1 0 Maybeinoperativeprovided:
a) Pressure Refueling System
isconsideredinoperative,and
b) Acceptable alternate
refueling procedures are
establishedandused.
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6EICAS"FUELTANKTEMP"Caution C 1 0 (O)Maybeinoperativeprovided:
a) Static Air Temperature

(SAT) Indications operate


normally,and
b)
Appropriate
AFM
Limitations, Procedures, and
Performance adjustments are
applied.

(O)IffueltanktemperatureReadingis
disable replace tank temperature by
SAT.

7EICAS"FUELLOW/VMO"Cautions
C 2 0 (O)Maybeinoperativeprovided:

a) Associated EICAS Fuel


Quantity Indications operate
normally,
b) Associated EICAS "FEED
TANK LOW" Caution operates
normally,and
c) VMO/MMO is limited to
225KIAS/M.49.

(O)Procedure:
a) Monitor fuel indications to
maintain adequate fuel
reserves.
b)Donotexceed225KIAS/M.
49

2 0 (M)(O)Maybeinoperativeprovided:
8 Automatic Electric Boost Pump C
a) Associated Electric Boost

(ELPMPAUTO)Systems
Pump (ELPMP) is verified to

operatenormally,

b) EICAS "FUEL JETPMP FAIL,"


and "FUEL ELPMP FAIL"


Cautionsoperatenormally,

c) "FAIL" Annunciator Lights


on ELPMP and JETPMP


Pushbuttons
operate

normally,and

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d) Associated ELPMP remains
8 Automatic Electric Boost Pump C 2 0

ONcontinuouslyfromTakeoff
(ELPMPAUTO)Systems

to Landing unless otherwise


(Cont.)

directed by Abnormal or

EmergencyProcedures.

(O)TurnassociatedELPMPONbefore

Takeoffandleaveactivateduntilafter

Landing unless Abnormal or

Emergency Procedures preclude its

use

(M)Thisitemmaybeperformedbya

qualifiedCrewmember

a) Select the associated

ELPMP AUTO Pushbutton to

AUTO(flush)

b) Verify the ELPMP ON Blue

StatusMessageilluminateson

the associated side on the

FUELSystemPage.

c) Pull the associated ELPMP

c/b and verify "FUEL ELPMP"

Caution and "FAIL" ELPMP

Annunciationlightsilluminate.

Resetthec/b

d) Verify associated JETPMP

"FUEL JETPMP FAIL" Caution

and
"FAIL"
JETPMP

annunciationlightsilluminate.

e)Startassociatedengineand

verifyJetPump"FUELJETPMP

FAIL" Caution and "FAIL"

JETPMP Annunciation lights

extinguish.

9 "FAIL" Annunciator Lights on Jet C 2 0 (M) Light(s) may fail to illuminate


Pump
(JETPMP)
Pushbuttons
provided:
(OverheadPanel)
a) Associated Jet Pump(s) is

verifiedtooperatenormally

b) Associated EICAS "FUEL


JETPMP FAIL" Caution is
verifiedtooperatenormally,
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c) EICAS FUEL System Page
9 "FAIL" Annunciator Lights on Jet C 2 0
operatesnormally,
Pump
(JETPMP)
Pushbuttons
d) Remaining Annunciator
(OverheadPanel)
Lights
on
affected
(Cont.)
Pushbutton(s)
operate
normally,and
e) Associated Automatic
Electric Boost Pump (ELPMP
AUTO)
System(s),
and
associatedEICASCautionsand
Pushbutton
Annunciation
Lightsoperatenormally.

(M)Thisitemmaybeperformedbya
qualifiedCrewmember
a) Select the associated
ELPMPAUTOandensurethat
ELPMP ON and ELPMP FAIL
Cautions illuminate. Select
ELPMPOFF.
b) Verify associate Jet pump
"FUEL JETPMP FAIL" Caution
and
"FAIL"
JETPMP
annunciationlightsilluminate.
c)Startassociatedengineand
verifyJetPump"FUELJETPMP
FAIL" Caution and "FAIL"
JETPMP Annunciation lights
extinguish.

10 "OFF" Annunciator Lights on Jet C 2 0 (M) (O) Light(s) may fail to illuminate
provided:

Pump
(JETPMP)
Pushbuttons
a) Associated Jet Pump(s) is

(OverheadPanel)
verifiedtooperatenormally,

b) Associated EICAS "FUEL

JETPMP FAIL" Caution is

verifiedtooperatenormally,

c) EICAS FUEL System Page

operatesnormally,

d) Remaining Annunciator

LightsonaffectedPushbutton

operatenormally,
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2 0
e) Associated Electric Boost
10 "OFF" Annunciator Lights on Jet C

Pump(ELPMP)System(s),and

Pump
(JETPMP
Pushbuttons

its associated EICAS Cautions

(OverheadPanel)

and Pushbutton Annunciation

(Cont.)

Lightsoperatenormally,and

f) Alternate procedures for

determining Jet Pump(s)

status are established and

used.

(O) Confirm position of JETPUMP

Pushbuttons IN (On) or OUT (Off) as

required. Reference EICAS for

abnormalindications.

(M)Thisitemmaybeperformedbya

qualified Crewmember. Prior to

enginestart, selectassociatedELPMP

ON and ensure no ELPMP FAIL

Cautions illuminate. Select ELPMP

OFF.

WithenginerunningandFUELSystem

pagedisplayed:

a) Select the associated

JETPMPPushbuttonOUT(Not

Flush)

b) Ensure the JETPMP OFF

Blue
Status
message

illuminates on the associated

sideontheFUELSystemPage

c) Select the JETPMP

PushbuttonIN(flush)

d)EnsuretheJETPMPONBlue

Statusmessageilluminateson

the associated side on the

FUELSystemPage.

11 "FAIL" Annunciator Lights on C 2 0 (M) Light(s) may fail to illuminate


Electric Boost Pump (ELPMP)
provided:
Pushbuttons(OverheadPanel)
a) Associated Electric Boost

Pump(s)isverifiedtooperate
normally,

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b) Associated EICAS "FUEL
11 "FAIL" Annunciator Lights on C 2 0
ELPMP FAIL" Caution is
Electric Boost Pump (ELPMP)
verifiedtooperatenormally,
Pushbuttons(OverheadPanel)
c) EICAS FUEL System Page
(Cont.)
operatesnormally,
d) Remaining Annunciator
Lights
on
affected
Pushbutton(s)
operate
normally,and
e) Associated Jet Pump
System(s), and associated
EICAS
Cautions
and
Pushbutton
Annunciation
Lightsoperatenormally.
(M)Thisitemmaybecompletedbya
qualified Crewmember. Prior to
enginestart, selectassociatedELPMP
ON and ensure no ELPMP FAIL
Cautionsilluminate.SelectELPMPOFF.
Prior to engine start with the FUEL
SystemPagedisplayed:
a) Ensure the ELPMP
Pushbutton is selected Page
displayed
b) Pull associated ELPMP
circuitbreaker
c) Note the FUEL ELPMP FAIL
Amber Caution Message
illuminatesonEICAS
d) Note the ELPMP FAIL
Amber message illuminate on
theaffected sideonthe FUEL
PAGE.
e)VerifyassociatedJETpump
FUEL JETPMP FAIL" Caution
and
FAIL
JETPMP"
Annunciationlightsilluminate.
f)Startassociated engine and
verifyJetPumpFUELJETPMP
FAIL" Caution and FAIL
JETPMP" Annunciation lights
extinguish.
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12 "ON" Annunciator Lights on C 2 0 (M) (O) Light(s) may fail to illuminate
provided:

Electric Boost Pump (ELPMP)


a) Associated Electric Boost
Pushbuttons(OverheadPanel)
Pump(s)isverifiedtooperate

normally

b) Associated EICAS "FUEL

ELPMP FAIL" Caution is

verifiedtooperatenormally,

c) EICAS FUEL System Page

operatesnormally,

d) Remaining Annunciator

Lights
on
affected

Pushbutton(s)
operate

normally,

e) Associated Jet Pump

System(s), and associated

EICAS
Cautions
and

Pushbutton
Annunciation

Lightsoperatenormally,and

f) Alternate procedures for

determining Electric Boost

Pump(s)
status
are

establishedandused.

(O) Confirm position of ELPMP

Pushbuttons IN (On) or OUT (Off) as

required. Reference EICAS for

abnormalindications

(M)Thisitemmaybeperformedbya

qualifiedCrewmember;WiththeFUEL

SystemPagedisplayed:

a) Ensure the associated

ELPMP AUTO Pushbutton is

selectedOFF(Out)

b) Select the ELPMP

pushbuttonIN(flush)

c) Verify the ELPMP ON Blue

Statusmessageilluminateson

the associated side on the

FUELSystemPage

d) Select the ELPMP

PushbuttontoAUTO(Out)
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e) Verify the ELPMP OFF Blue
2 0
12 "ON" Annunciator Lights on C
Statusmessageilluminateson

Electric Boost Pump (ELPMP)


theassociatesideontheFUEL

Pushbuttons(OverheadPanel)

(Cont.)
SystemPage.
13 "FAIL" Annunciator Lights on C 2 0 (M) Light(s) may fail to illuminate
Electric Boost Pump Automatic
provided:
(AUTO)Pushbuttons(OverheadPanel)
a) Associated Electric Boost

Pump(s)isverifiedtooperate
normally,
b) Associated EICAS "FUEL
ELPMP FAIL" Caution is
verifiedtooperatenormally,
c) EICAS FUEL System Page
operatesnormally,
d) Remaining Annunciator
Lights
on
affected
Pushbutton(s)
operate
normally,and
e) Associated Jet Pump
System(s), and associated
EICAS
Cautions
and
Pushbutton
Annunciation
Lightsoperatenormally.
(M)Thisitemmaybeperformedbya
qualifiedCrewmember;WiththeFUEL
SystemPagedisplayed:
a) Ensure the ELPMP is
selectedIN(flush)
b)PullassociatedELPMPc/b.
c) Note the FUEL ELPMP FAIL
Amber Message illuminates
on the affected side on the
FUELPage.
d) Note the ELPMP FAIL.
Amber Message illuminates
on the affected side on the
FUELPage.
e)Resetthec/b
f) Note both ELPMP FAIL
cautions extinguish on the
FUEL System Page and on
EICAS
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14 "OFF" Annunciator Lights on C 2 0 (M) Light(s) may fail to illuminate


provided:

Electric Boost Pump Automatic


a) Associated Electric Boost
(AUTO)Pushbuttons(OverheadPanel)
Pump(s)isverifiedtooperate

normally,

b) Associated EICAS "FUEL

ELPMP FAIL" Caution is

verifiedtooperatenormally,

c) EICAS FUEL System Page

operatesnormally,

d) Remaining Annunciator

Lights
on
affected

Pushbutton(s)
operate

normally,and

e) Associated Jet Pump

System(s), and associated

EICAS
Cautions
and

Pushbutton
Annunciation
Lightsoperatenormally.

(M)Thisitemmaybeperformedbya
qualified Crewmember. With the
engines not running and the ELPMP
PushbuttonselectedOUT:

a) Select the associated


ELPMP AUTO pushbutton to
AUTO(Flush)
b) Verify the ELPMP ON blue
StatusMessageilluminateson
the associated side on the
FUELSystemPage
c) Select the associate ELPMP
AUTO Pushbutton to OFF
(Out)
d) Verify the ELPMP OFF Blue
StatusMessageilluminateson
the associated side on the
FUELSystemPage.

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15 Vertical (Valve Open) Flow Bars C 2 0 (M) (O) Light(s) may fail to illuminate
provided:
on LH/RH ENGINE Shut Off Valve
a)AssociatedEngineFuelShut
(SOV) Annunciator Lights (Overhead
Off Valve(s) is verified to
Panel)
operatenormally,

b) Associated Engine SOV


Annunciator Light Horizontal
(Valve Closed) Flow Bar(s) is
verifiedtooperatenormally,
c) EICAS FUEL System Page
operatesnormally,and
d) Alternate procedures for
determining
status
of
associated Engine Fuel Shut
Off Valve(s) are established
andused.

(O)ToobservethestatusoftheFUEL
ShutoffValve:
a) Display the FUEL System
Page.
b) Observe that status of the
associateFuelSOVsynoptic.

(M)Thisitemmaybeperformedbya
qualified Crewmember. With the
associatedFuelConditionLeverinthe
FuelOffposition:
a) Display the FUEL System
Page
b) Move the associated Fuel
Condition Lever to the FEA
positionandnotethesynoptic
for the associated Fuel SOV
changefromclosedtoOpen.
c) Move the associated Fuel
Condition Lever Back to the
MIN position and note the
synoptic for the associated
fuelSOVchangefromOpento
Closed

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16 Horizontal (Valve Closed) Flow C 2 0 (M)(O)Light(s)mayfailtoAssociated


EngineFuelShutilluminateprovided:
BarsonLH/RHENGINEShutOffValve

a) Off Valve(s) is verified to


(SOV) Annunciator Lights (Overhead
operatenormally,
Panel)
b) Associated Engine SOV

annunciator Light Vertical

(Valve Open) Flow Bar(s) is


verifiedtooperatenormally,
c) EICAS FUEL System Page
operatesnormally,and
d) Alternate procedures for
determining
status
of
associated Engine Fuel Shut
Off Valve(s) are established
andused.

(O) To observe the status of the fuel


ShutoffValve:
a) Display the FUEL system
Page
b) Observe the status of the
associatedFUELSOVsynoptic

(M)Thisitemmaybeperformedbya
qualified Crewmember. With the
associatedfuelConditionLeverinthe
FuelOFFposition:

a) Display the FUEL System


Page
b) Move the associate fuel
Condition Lever to the FEA
positionandnotethesynoptic
for the associated fuel SOV
changefromClosedtoOpen.
c) Move the associated fuel
Condition Lever back to the
MIN position and note the
synoptic for the associated
fuelSOVchangefromOpento
Closed.

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17Vertical(ValveOpen)FlowBaron C 1 0 (M) (O) Light may fail to illuminate


FUELCrossFeed(XFEED)Annunciator
provided:
Light(OverheadPanel)
a) Fuel Cross Feed System is

verifiedtooperatenormally,

b) Cross Feed Annunciator

LightHorizontal(ValveClosed)
FlowBarisverifiedtooperate

normally,

c) EICAS "FUEL XFEED


ACTIVE" Status Message is
verifiedtooperatenormally,
d) EICAS "FUEL XFEED FAIL"
Caution is verified to operate
normally,
e) EICAS FUEL System Page
operatesnormally,and
f) Alternate procedures for
determiningCrossFeedStatus
areestablishedandused.

(0) Reference EICAS to display


"FUELXFEED ACTIVE" (Blue advisory
message)

(M)Thisitemmaybeperformedbya
qualified Crewmember. Select the
XFEED selector to either side and
note that the XFEED ACTIVE Blue
Status Message illuminates normally
ontheEICAS.

1 0 (M) (O) Light may fail to illuminate


18 Horizontal (Valve Closed) Flow C
provided:

Bar on FUEL Cross Feed (XFEED)


a) Fuel Cross Feed System is

AnnunciatorLight(OverheadPanel)
verifiedtooperatenormally,

b) Cross Feed Annunciator

Light Vertical (Valve Open)

FlowBarisverifiedtooperate

normally,

c) EICAS "FUEL XFEED

ACTIVE" Status message is

verifiedtooperatenormally,
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d) EICAS "FUEL XFEED FAIL"
18 Horizontal (Valve Closed) Flow C 1 0
Caution is verified to operate
Bar on FUEL Cross Feed (XFEED)
normally,
Annunciator Light (Overhead Panel)
e) EICAS FUEL System Page
(Cont.)
operatesnormally,and
f) Alternate procedures for
determiningCrossFeedStatus
areestablishedandused.
(O) Reference EICAS to not display
"FUELXFEED ACTIVE" (Blue advisory
message)

(M)Thisitemmaybeperformedbya
qualifiedCrewmember
a) Select the XFEED selector
toeitherside
b) Note that the XFEED
ACTIVE Blue Status Message
IlluminatesnormallyonEICAS.
c) Pull XFEED circuit breaker
associated with the side
selected
d) Verify the XFEED FAIL
CautionilluminatesonEICAS
e)Resetcircuitbreaker
f) Verify the XFEED FAIL
CautionextinguishesonEICAS
g) Select the XFEED selector
tothecenter
h) Note that the XFEED
ACTIVE Blue Status Message
onEICASextinguishes.

INTENCIONALMENTEENBLANCO

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1 "OFF" Annunciator Light on C 1 0 (M) (O) Light may fail to illuminate
provided:
Hydraulic Power (HYD PWR) MAIN
a)HydraulicPowerMainPump
Pushbutton(OverheadPanel)
isverifiedtooperatenormally,

b) EICAS HYD System Page

operatesnormally,

c)EICAS"HYDMAINPMPFAIL"

Cautionoperatesnormally,

d) EICAS "HYD MAIN PMP

INOP"
Status
Message

operatesnormally

e) Alternate procedures to

confirm Main Hydraulic Pump

operation are established and

usedbeforeeachtaxi.

(O) After both engines are started

withthepropellersoutoffeatherbut

prior to selecting the STBY Hydraulic

powertoAUTO:

a) Verify the HYD PWR MAIN

PushbuttonisselectedON(In)

b) Verify normal Hydraulic

system pressure is indicated

ontheHYDRSystemPage.

(M)Thisitemmaybeperformedbya

qualified Crewmember. With both

enginesstartedandthepropellersout

of feather and the STBY Hydraulic

powerselectedtoOFF:

a) Select the HYD PWR MAIN

Pushbuttonoutandverifythe

HYD MAIN PMP INOP status

Message illuminated on the

CASdisplay.

b) Select the HYD PWR MAIN

Pushbutton IN and verify the

HYD MAIN PMP INOP Status

Message extinguishes and

normal Hydraulic pressure is

indicatedontheHYDRSystem

Page.

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B 1 0 Maybeinoperativeprovided:
1AirframeDeIcingSystem
a) Suction Hold Down

Functionoperatesnormally,
b)LandingFlapsarerestricted
to a maximum of 20 degrees,
and
c) Aircraft is not operated in
known or forecast icing
conditions.

2 Elevator/Rudder Horn Heater B 2 0 Maybeinoperativeprovided:


Systems
a)Both Elevator/RudderHorn

Heater Selector Switches


remain in the OFF Position,
and
b) Aircraft is not operated in
known or forecast icing
conditions.

3PropellerDeIcingSystem
B 2 0 Maybeinoperativeprovided:

a)BothPropeller(PROP)Heat
Selector Switches remain in
theOFFPosition,and
b) Aircraft is not operated in
known or forecast icing
conditions.

4WindshieldWiperSystems
C 2 0 MaybeinoperativeprovidedAirplane

isnotoperatedinprecipitationwithin
5 nautical miles of airport of takeoff
orintendedlanding.

5PitotHeaterSystems
B 2 1 (M) (O) One Main (1, or 2) Pitot
1Main(1&2)Systems
Heating Element may be inoperative

provided:

a)Standby(STBY)PitotHeater

operatesnormally,

b) Angle of Attack (AOA)

Heaters are verified to

operatenormally,

c) Affected Main Pitot Heater

isdeactivated,
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5PitotHeaterSystems
d) Associated PROBES 1, or 2
1 Main (1 & 2) Systems B 2 1

Button on Overhead Panel

(Cont.)

remains ON, as called for on

approvedNormalChecklists,

e) Normal operation of Stall

Detection and Prevention

system (Stick Shaker and

Pusher) is verified to operate

normally before each takeoff,

and

f) Aircraft is not operated in

visible moisture or known or

forecasticingconditions.

(M)Procedure.

a)Activateandverifystandby

(STBY)PitotHeaterandAngle

of Attack (AOA) Heaters are

operatingnormally

b)Pullandsecuretheeffected

Pitot Heater Circuit Breaker

usingaLockoutRing.

(O)Procedure:

a) Verify associated Pitot

Heater Probe buttons on the

overheadpanelarepushedIN

b)Performanoperationaltest

of the Stall Detection and

Prevention System (Stick

Pusher&Shaker)beforeeach

takeoff

B 1 0 (M)Maybeinoperativeprovided:
2Standby(STBY)System

a) Both Main (1, and 2) Pitot


Heater Systems operate
normally,
b) Total Air Temperature
(TAT) Heater Element is
verifiedtooperatenormally,

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5PitotHeaterSystems
c) Standby Pitot Heater is
2Standby(STBY)System(Cont.) B 1 0
deactivated,

d) Associated STBY PROBE


Button on Overhead Panel
remains ON as called for on
Approved Normal Checklists,
and
e) Aircraft is not operated in
visible moisture or known or
forecasticingconditions.

(M)Procedure:
a) Activate and verify both
Main (1 & 2) Pitot Heater
Systemsoperatingnormally
b)PullandsecuretheStandby
(STBY) Pitot Heater Circuit
BreakerusingaLockoutRing

6 Annunciator Lights on Pitot Heat

(PROBES 1, 2, and STBY) Pushbuttons

(OverheadPanel)
B 3 2 (M) One Light may fail to illuminate
1"FAIL"Lights
provided:

a) Associated Probe Heat

System is verified to operate

normally,

b) Associated EICAS "PITOT

FAIL" Cautions are verified to

operatenormally,and

c) EICAS "PITOT HEAT OFF"

Cautionoperatesnormally.

(M)Thisitemmaybeperformedbya

qualified Crewmember. With both

engines running or ground power

connected:

a) Select all three PROBE

PushbuttonsIN(ON)

b) Verify the PITOT HEAT OFF

Caution is not displayed on

theCAS.
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6 Annunciator Lights on Pitot Heat

(PROBES 1, 2, and STBY) Pushbuttons

(OverheadPanel)
c) Pull the associated Pitot
B 3 2
1"FAIL"Lights(Cont.)
Heatc/b

d) Verify the PITOT 1 or 2

STBY FAIL Amber Caution

message illuminates on the

EICASfield

e)Resetcircuitbreaker(s)

f)SelecttheassociatedPROBE

Pushbutton OUT (Off) and

verify the PITOT HEAT OFF

CautionilluminatesonEICAS

g)SelecttheremainingPROBE

pushbuttonOUT(Off)

B 3 2 (M) One Light may fail to illuminate


2"OFF"Lights
provided:
a) Associated Probe Heat
System is verified to operate
normally,
b) Associated EICAS "PITOT
FAIL" Cautions are verified to
operatenormally,and
c) EICAS "PITOT HEAT OFF"
Cautionoperatesnormally.
(M)Thisitemmaybeperformedbya
qualified Crewmember. With both
engines running or ground power
connected:
a) Select all three PROBE
pushbuttonsIN(On)
b) Verify the PITOT HEAT OFF
AmberCautionmessageisnot
illuminatedontheCASdisplay
c) Select the associate PROBE
pushbutton(s)OUT(Off)
d)VerifythePITOTHEATOFF
Amber Caution message
illuminatesontheCASdisplay.

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B 2 1 (M) (O) One may be inoperative
7DeIcePressSensor

provided:

a) All remaining Indications

on EICAS ICE PROTECT

System
Page
operate

normally,

b)BothAirfoilBleedShutOff

Valves (SOV's) operate

normally,

c)Beforedispatchintoknown

orforecasticingconditionsall

DeIcer Boots are ground

checked and normal inflation

and deflation is visually

confirmed,and

d) Before takeoff into known

or forecast icing conditions,

adequate Deice Pressure

from the affected side is

verified using EICAS ICE

PROTECT
System
Page

Indications.

B 2 0 May be inoperative provided aircraft

is not operated in known or forecast


icingconditions.

(O)Procedure:

a)Afterstaringoneengine:

1) Operate AIRFOIL SINGLE


button,and

2) Have outside observer


verify that all airfoil deice


boots on wings, vertical


stabilizer, and horizontal


stabilizer inflate and deflate


normally.

b)BeforeTakeoff:

1) Select AIRFOIL BLEED


associatedfailedDeicepress.

SensortoOFF.

2) Operate AIRFOIL SINGLE


button.
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3) Ensure that normal
B 2 0
7DeIcePressSensor
inflationcycleofAirfoildeice

(Cont.)

boots is noted on the ICE

PROTECTSystempage

4) Select both AIRFOIL BLEED

on(Horizontalflowbar)

(M)Thisitemmaybeperformedbya

qualifiedCrewmember

a)Withbothenginesrunning,

operate airfoil single button

andverifythatallairfoildeice

boots on wings , vertical

stabilizer, and horizontal

stabilizer boot indications

operatenormallyonEICASICE

PROTECTSystemPage.

b) Operate both airfoil bleed

switches and that the airfoil

bleed shut off valves open

normally by watching the

indication on EICAS ICE

PROTECT
System
Page

Indications.

A 2 1 (M)Onemaybeinoperativeprovided:
8EngineIntakeDeiceSystems

a) A Visual Inspection of
inoperative
System,
performed once each Flight
Day, verifies absence of
debonding, delamination or
damage to boots or
underlyingstructure,
b) Aircraft is not operated in
known or forecast icing
conditions,and
c) Operations are limited to
two flight days before repairs
aremade.

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8 Engine Intake Deice Systems A 2 1 NOTE: The Airplane may not be
Dispatched with any evidence of

(Cont.)

debonding, delamination or damage


to Boots or underlying Engine Intake


structure.

A 2 0 (M)Maybeinoperativeprovided:

a) A Visual Inspection of

inoperativeSystemperformed

once each Flight Day, verifies

absence
of
debonding,

delamination or damage to

bootsorunderlyingstructure

b) Aircraft is operated in day

VMCconditions,only.

c) Aircraft is not operated in

known or forecast icing

conditions

d) Operations are limited to

two flight days before repairs

aremade

NOTE: The Airplane may not be

Dispatched with any evidence of

debonding, delamination or damage

to Boots or underlying Engine Intake

structure.

(M) Visually Inspect the affected

intake each flight day for debonding,


delaminationordamagetotheboots
orunderlyingstructure.

9IceDetector
C 1 0 (M)(O)Maybeinoperativeprovided:
a) Erroneous Indications are
deactivated,and
b) Alternate procedures for
detection of airfoil icing are
developedandused.
(O) Visually monitor ice accumulation
on wing leading edges, windshield
wiper, window frames or other
airframepartsvisibletopilots.
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9IceDetector(Cont.)
C 1 0 (M) This may be performed by a

qualifiedCrewmember

a) Pull and secure c/b for Ice

Detection System using a Lockout

ring.

10TATHeaterSystem
B 1 0 Maybeinoperativeprovided:
a) Fuel Tank Temperature
Indications and Cautions
operatenormally,and
b) Airplane is not operated in
known or forecast icing
conditions.

11WindshieldHeatSystems
B 2 1 (M) (O) One may be inoperative
1ForwardWindows
provided:

a) Approach Minimums do not

requireitsuse,

b) Affected Window's Heat

Systemisdeactivated,

c) Affected Window's EICAS

"WSHLD HEAT FAIL" Caution is

deactivated,

d) EICAS "WSHLD HEAT FAIL"

Cautions and ICE PROTECT

System Page Failure Messages

for all remaining Windows

operatenormally,

e) Side Window Heat Systems

operatenormally,

f) Both Air Conditioning Packs

operatenormally,

g) ECS Flow Mode remains in

HIGH,

h) Feet Airflow Lever on

affectedsideremainsinfullUP

i) Aircraft is not operated in

known or forecast icing

conditions,and

j)Alternateprocedurestoclear

inadvertent Window fogging

areestablishedandused.
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11WindshieldHeatSystems
B 2 1 (O)Procedure:
1ForwardWindows(Cont.)

a) Select the Fleet Airflow

LevertofullUP

b) Operate the ECS System in

HIGH

c) Use a clean cloth to wipe

theinsidesurfaceofawindow

intheeventoffogging.

d) Flight into known or

forecast icing conditions is

prohibited.

(M)Thisitemmaybeperformedbya

qualifiedCrewmember

a)Pullandsecuretheaffected

Windshield (W/S) Heat Front

circuitbreakerusingalockout

ring

b)TurnaircraftpowerONand

select both Windshield Heat

PushbuttonsON(In)

c) Verify affected "W/S HEAT

FAIL"messageisextinguished

andallother"W/SHEATFAIL"

messageilluminateontheICE

PROTECTION EICAS Page and

the "WSHLD HEAT FAIL" CAS

messageisilluminated

d) With an engine running,

turnACBUS1&2onlineand

ensure all "W/S HEAT FAIL"

messagesextinguish.

C 2 1 (M) (O) One may be inoperative


2SideWindows

provided:

a) Affected Window's Heat

Systemisdeactivated,

b) Affected Window's EICAS

"WSHLDHEATFAIL"Cautionis
deactivated,

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11WindshieldHeatSystems
c) EICAS "WSHLD HEAT FAIL
2 1
C
2SideWindows(Cont.)
Caution and ICE PROTECT"

Systems
Page
Failure

Messages for all remaining

Windowsoperatenormally

d) Forward Window Heat

Systemsoperatenormally

e)BothAirConditioningPacks

operatenormally,

f) Aircraft is not operated in

known or forecast icing


conditions,and
g) Alternate procedures to
clear inadvertent Window
fogging are established and
used.

(O) Use a clean cloth to wipe the


inside surface of a window in the
eventoffogging

(M)Thisitemmaybeperformedbya
qualifiedCrewmember
a)Pullandsecuretheaffected
Windshield(W/S)Heatcircuit
breakerusingalockoutring
b)TurnaircraftpowerONand
select both Windshield Heat
pushbuttonsON(in)
c) Verify affected "W/S HEAT
FAIL"messageisextinguished
andallother"W/SHEATFAIL"
messages illuminate on the
ICE PROTECTION EICAS Page
and the WSHLD HEAT FAIL"
CASmessageisilluminated.
d) With an engine running,
turnA/CBUS1&2onlineand
ensure all "W/S HEAT FAIL"
messageextinguishes.

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12 "ON" Annunciator Lights on C 2 0 (M) (O) Light(s) may fail to illuminate


ENGINE INTAKE Deice Pushbuttons
provided:
(OverheadPanel)
a) Affected Engine Intake

Deice System(s) is verified to

operatenormally,

b) Associated Engine Intake


"ENG DEICE FAIL" EICAS

Caution(s)operatesnormally,
c) EICAS ICE PROTECT System
Pageoperatesnormally,and
d) Alternate procedures for
determining Engine Intake
Deice System status are
establishedandused.

(O) Select the associated ENGINE


INTAKE Pushbuttons to the same
position as the ENGINE INTAKE
Pushbuttons ON Annunciator Light as
required for aircraft operations and
monitorICEPROTECTSystemPageto
verify proper operation of ENGINE
INTAKEsystembynothingtheENGINE
DEICER ON or OFF annunciation as
appropriated

(M)Thisitemmaybeperformedbya
qualified Crewmember. With the
associatedengine(s)running:
a) Select ENGINE INTAKE
PushbuttonIN(ON)andverify
the"ON"ENGINEDEICERblue
Message illuminates on the
ICEPROTECTSystemPage.
b) Pull associated ICE
PROTECT INTAKE circuit
breakerandverify"ENGDEICE
FAIL
EICAS"
Caution
illuminates. Reset circuit
breaker and verify Caution
extinguishes.

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c) Select ENGINE INTAKE
12 "ON" Annunciator Lights on C 2 0

ENGINE INTAKE Deice Pushbuttons


pushbuttons OUT (Off) and

(OverheadPanel)
verify the "OFF" ENGINE

(Cont.)
DEICER
Blue
Message

illuminates on the ICE

PROTECTSystemPage

13Horizontal(ValveOpen)FlowBars C 2 0 (M) (O) Light(s) may fail to illuminate


provided:
on Airfoil Deice BLEED Pushbuttons
a)AffectedAirfoilDeiceBleed
(OverheadPanel)
System(s) is verified to

operatenormally,

b) Associated Airfoil Deice

BLEED "OFF" Annunciator

Light(s)operatesnormally,

c) EICAS ICE PROTECT System

Pageoperatesnormally,and

d) Alternate procedures for

determining Airfoil Deice

System status are established

andused.

(O) Prior to each departure, ensure

the associated AIRFOIL BLEED

Pushbutton is selected IN (flush) and

theOFFlighthasextinguished.

(M) With the associated engine

runningorwithbothenginesrunning

and the non affected AIRFOIL BLEED

Pushbutton selected to the OFF


position:
a) Select the associated
AIRFOIL BLEED pushbutton IN
(On) and note the OFF light
extinguishes
b) Activate AIRFOIL SINGLE
Pushbuttonsandverifyproper
inflation of surface deice
boot.
c) Select ICE PROTECT System
Page and verify operation by
watching surface deice boot
indications
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d) Select the associated
13Horizontal(ValveOpen)FlowBars C 2 0
AIRFOIL BLEED Pushbutton

on Airfoil Deice BLEED Pushbuttons


OUT (Off) and note the OFF

(OverheadPanel)
lightilluminates

(Cont.)
e) Activate AIRFOILD SINGLE

Pushbutton and verify AIRFOIL

DEICE FAIL Amber Caution

illuminatesonCASDisplay.

14 "OFF" Annunciator Lights on C 2 0 (M) (O) Light(s) may fail to illuminate


provided:

Airfoil Deice BLEED Pushbuttons

a)AffectedDeiceAirfoilBleed

(OverheadPanel)

System(s) is verified to

operatenormally,

b) Associated Airfoil Deice

BLEED Horizontal (Valve

Open) Flow Bar Light(s)

operatesnormally,

c) EICAS ICE PROTECT System

Pageoperatesnormally,and

d) Alternate procedures for

determining Airfoil Deice

System status are established

andused.
(O) Prior to each departure, ensure

the associated AIRFOIL BLEED

Pushbutton is selected IN (flush) and

thehorizontalflowbarisilluminated.

If the associated AIRFOIL BLEED

pushbutton must be selected OFF,

selected OFF, select the pushbutton

out and ensure the Horizontal Flow

Barextinguishes.

(M) With the associated engine

runningorwithbothenginesrunning

and the non affected AIRFOIL BLEED

Pushbutton selected to the OFF

position:

a) Select the associated

AIRFOIL BLEED pushbutton IN

(On) and note the horizontal

flowbar(white)isilluminated
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b) Activate AIRFOIL SINGLE
14 "OFF" Annunciator Lights on C 2 0

Pushbuttonsandverifyproper
Airfoil Deice BLEED Pushbuttons

inflation of surface deice


(OverheadPanel)

boot.
(Cont.)

c) Select ICE PROTECT System

Page and verify operation by

watching surface deice boot

indications

d) Select the associated

AIRFOIL BLEED Pushbutton

OUT (Off) and note the

horizontal flow bar (white) is

extinguished,
OFF

light

illuminates

e) Activate AIRFOILD SINGLE

PushbuttonandverifyAIRFOIL

DEICE FAIL Amber Caution

illuminates on the CAS

Display.

15"ON"AnnunciatorLightonAirfoil C 1 0 (M)(O)Lightmayfailtoilluminate
Deice SINGLE Pushbutton (Overhead
provided:
Panel)
a)AirfoilSingleCycle Modeis

verifiedtooperatenormally,

b) EICAS "SINGLE FAIL"


Cautionoperatenormally,
c) EICAS ICE PROTECT System
Pageoperatesnormally,and
d) Alternate procedures for
monitoring Airfoil Deice
System SINGLE operation are
establishedandused.
NOTE: A SINGLE "ON" Annunciator
Light for an inoperative Airfoil Deice
Systemmaybeinoperative.

(O) When the AIRFOIL SINGLE


Pushbutton is pressed, verify the
AirfoilDeicersystemisactivatedby:
a) Visually observing the
inflation of the wing deice
boots,or
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b) Observing the inflation
15"ON"AnnunciatorLightonAirfoil C 1 0
sequence and the "SINGLE"
Deice SINGLE Pushbutton (Overhead
message illuminated on the
Panel)
ICEPROTECTSystemPage.
(Cont.)
(M)Withbothenginerunning:

a) Press the "AIRFOILD

SINGLEpushbutton

b) Verify the "SINGLE"

(AIRFOIL
DEICER)
blue

message illuminates on the

ICEPROTECTSystemPage

c) Pull ICE PROT AIRF SGL

circuit breaker and verify

EICAS "SINGLE FAIL" caution

illuminates. Reset circuit

breaker and verify Caution

lightextinguishes

d) Verify the Airfoil Deice

system is activated through

onentirecycle.

16 "FAIL" Annunciator Lights on B 2 1 (M) One Light may fail to illuminate


provided:
HORNS Heat Pushbuttons (Overhead
a) Associated Horn Deice
Panel)
System is verified to operate

normally,

b) Associated EICAS "ELEV

HEATFAIL"Caution(s)operate

normally,and

c)
Associated
HORN

Pushbutton"ON"Annunciator

Light(s)operatesnormally.

(M)Thisitemmaybeperformedbya

qualified Crewmember. With the

engines running and the alternators


selectedtotheOFFpositions:
a) Select affected LH/RH
HORNSPushbutton(s)ON,
b) Verify associated ELEV
HEATFAILCautionilluminates
onEICAS.
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c) Select alternators ON and
16 "FAIL" Annunciator Lights on B 2 1
verifyELEVHEATFAILCaution

HORNS Heat Pushbuttons (Overhead


extinguishes.

Panel)(Cont.)

17 "ON" Annunciator Lights on B 2 0 (M) (O) Light(s) may fail to illuminate


HORNS Heat Pushbuttons (Overhead
provided:
Panel)
a) Associated Horn Deice

System is verified to operate

normally,
b) Associated EICAS "ELEV
HEAT
FAIL"
Caution(s)
operatesnormally,
c)
Associated
HORN
Pushbutton
"FAIL"
Annunciator Light(s) operates
normally,
d) Associated EICAS "SHAKER
PUSHER ICE" Status Message
operatesnormally,and
e) Alternate procedures for
determining Elevator and
Rudder
Horn
Antiicing
System status are established
andused.

(O) Select both LH/RH HORNS


Pushbuttons
ON
or
OFF
simultaneously and ensure both are
selected to the same position (Both
Pushbutton's IN (Flush) for ON, both
Pushbutton'sOUTforOFF(Notflush).
When selecting HORN HEAT to ON
ensuretheON"annunciationlighton
theunaffectedlightilluminates.When
selecting the HORN HEAT to OFF,
ensure the unaffected Pushbutton is
dark.
(M)Thisitemmaybeperformedbya
qualified Crewmember. With the
engines running and the alternators
selectedtotheOffposition:

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30ICEANDRAINPROTECTION
a) Select affected LH/RH
17 "ON" Annunciator Lights on B 2 0
HORNSPushbutton(s)ON

HORNS Heat Pushbuttons (Overhead


Panel)
b) Verify the associated ELEV


(Cont.)
HEAT FAIL Caution illuminates

onEICAS


c) Select alternators ON and


verify ELEV HEAT FAIL Caution


extinguishes and " SHAKER


PUSHER ICE Blue Status


messageilluminatedonEICAS

18 "ICE" Annunciator Light on ICE C 1 0 (M)(O)Lightmayfailtoilluminate


provided:
DETECTOR
TEST
Pushbutton
a) Ice Detector is verified to
(OverheadPanel)
operatenormally,

b)EICAS"ICEDETECTORFAIL"
Caution, and "ICE DETECTED"
Status Message operate
normally,
c) EICAS ICE PROTECT System
Pageoperatesnormally,and
d) Alternate procedures for
determining airframe ice
accretion are established and
used.

(O) Ice protection will be utilized at


any time icing conditions exist; <+5
degreeswithvisiblemoisturepresent.
Observe Visual clues via windshield
wiper and propeller spinner for ice
accretion

(M)Thisitemmaybeperformedbya
qualified Crewmember. With the
engines running and the propellers
out of feather, press the ICE
DETECTORPushbuttonandverifyThe
ICEDETECTEDandICEDETECTORFAIL
message illuminates on the EICAS ICE
PROTECTsystemPage.

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19 "FAIL" Annunciator Light on Ice B 1 0 (M) (O) Light may fail to illuminate
provided:
DETECTOR Pushbutton (Overhead
a) Ice Detector is verified to
Panel)
operatenormally,

b) EICAS "ICE DETECTOR FAIL"

Caution, and "ICE DETECTED"

StatusMessageoperatenormally,

c)EICASICEPROTECTSystemPage

operatesnormally,and

d) Alternate procedures for

determiningairframeiceaccretion

areestablishedandused.

(O) Ice protection will be utilized at

any time icing conditions exist; <+5


degreeswithvisiblemoisturepresent.
Observe Visual clues via windshield
wiper and propeller spinner for ice
accretion
(M)Thisitemmaybeperformedbya
qualified Crewmember. With the
engines running and the propellers
out of feather, press the ICE
DETECTORPushbuttonandverifyThe
ICEDETECTEDandICEDETECTORFAIL
message illuminates on the EICAS ICE
PROTECTsystemPage.

20AirframeDeicingTimers
B 1 0 (O)Maybeinoperativeprovided:
1CycleMode
a)Beforedispatchintoknown

orforecasticingconditions,all

deicer boots are ground

checkedinthesinglemodeto

confirm
inflation
and

deflation,and

b) Automatic Mode switch

remainsintheoffposition.

(O) When the AIRFOIL SINGLE

Pushbutton is pressed, verify the

Airfoil Deicer system is activated by


Visuallyobserving theinflationofthe
wingdeiceboots
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20AirframeDeicingTimers(Cont.)

2SingleMode
B 1 0 (O)Maybeinoperativeprovided:
a)Beforedispatchintoknown

orforecasticingconditions,all

deicer boots are ground

checked in the Cycle Mode

(S or F) to confirm inflation

anddeflation,and
b) Single Mode switch
remainsintheoffposition.

(O) When the AIRFOIL SINGLE


Pushbutton is pressed, verify the
Airfoil Deicer system is activated by
Visuallyobserving theinflationofthe
wingdeiceboots

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SYSTEMS

A 1 0 Maybeinoperativeprovided:
1FlightDataRecorder(FDR)
a) Cockpit Voice Recorder

(CVR)operatesnormally,
b) Airplane is not dispatched
from a designated airport
where
repairs
or
replacements can be made,
and
c) Repairs are made within
threeflightdays.

2Clocks
C 2 1

3MasterWarningSystem

1MasterWarningLights
B 2 1 (M)Onemaybeinoperativeprovided:

a)MasterWarningAuralAlert
and all discrete Red Warning
Panel (RWP) Lights operate
normally,and
b) Lights erroneously ON are
deactivated.

(M)Thisitemmaybeperformedbya
qualifiedCrewmember
a) Verify Master Warning and
all RWP Lights operate by
usingpresstotestfeature.
b) Mask over Indicator using
tape.

4MasterCautionSystem
B 2 1 (M)Onemaybeinoperativeprovided:
1MasterCautionLights
a) Master Caution Aural Alert

and EICAS Cautions operate

normally,and

b) Lights erroneously ON are

deactivated.

(M)Thisitemmaybeperformedbya

qualifiedCrewmember.

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SYSTEMS

4MasterCautionSystem
a)VerifyMasterCautionAural
1MasterCautionLights(Cont.) B 2 1

Alert and EICAS Cautions

operatebyusingpresstotest

feature

b) Mask over Indicator using

tape.

5 Total Air Temperature (TAT) C 2 1 OnemaybeinoperativeprovidedFuel


Tank Temperature (TANK TEMP)
Probes
IndicationsonEICASFuelSystemPage

operatenormally.

6 Auto Torque Calculating and C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided


alternate procedures for determining
IndicatingSystem
andsettinglimitingTorquevaluesare

establishedandused.

(O) Use appropriate torque setting


chart in the Airplane Flight Manual
(AFM) to calculate the required
torquesetting.

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1 "OFF" Annunciator Light on ANTI C 1 0 (M) (O) Light may fail to illuminate
provided:
SKID (ASKID) Pushbutton (Center
a) AntiSkid is verified to
InstrumentPanel)
operatenormally,

b) EICAS "ANTI SKID INOP"


status message is verified to
operatenormally,
c) EICAS "ANTISKID FAIL"
caution message operates
normally,and
d) Alternate Procedures to
verify AntiSkid "ON" status
are established and used
before each takeoff, and
landing.

(0) Ensure AntiSkid Pushbutton is IN


(On) and EICAS advisory (Blue) status
message "ANTISKID INOP" is
extinguished

(M) This item may be performed by


qualified Crewmember. With both
enginesrunning:

a) Select ASKID Pushbutton


OUT(Off)andverifytheANTI
SKID INOP Blue status
messageilluminated.
b) Pull ASKID circuit breaker
and verify "ANTI SKID FAIL"
Cautionmessageilluminates.
c) Reset circuit breaker and
verify"
ANTISKID
FAIL"
caution
messages
extinguishes.
d) Select ASKID pushbutton
IN (On) and verify the ANTI
SKID INOP Blue Status
messageextinguishes.

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2 Brake Temperature Indicating C 4 2 (M)(O)Oneoneachlandinggearmay
beinoperativeprovided:

Sensors

a) EICAS HYDR System Page

Brake
Temperature

Indications for remaining two

brake
Sensors
operate

normally,

b) Temperature indications

for remaining two brakes are

verified to be within normal

rangebeforeeachtakeoff,

c) EICAS "BRAKE TEMP HIGH"

Caution associated with the

inoperative
Sensor

is

deactivated,and

d)Affectedbrakeisverifiedto

be cool to the touch before

eachtakeoff.

(O)Procedure:

a)Priortotakeoff,ensurethe

BRAKE TEMP HIGH Caution is

not illuminated on EICAS and

that none of the three

remaining brake temperature

pointersindicateintheamber

range.

Verifybeforeeachtakeoffthe

affected brake is cool to the

touch.

(M)Procedure:

a) Remove and secure

connector (Cannon Plug)

associated
with
the

inoperative brake temp

sensor

b) Verify associated L or R

TEMP INOP Blue status

message is illuminated on

EICAS.

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c) Verify the associated brake
2 Brake Temperature Indicating C 4 2

Sensors
temperature indication on the

(Cont.)
HYDR System page is replaced by

dashes()

d) Verify the three remaining

brake indications on the HYDR

System Page display temperature

statusnormally

d) Verify the BRAKE TEMP HIGH

caution is extinguished in EICAS

when the three remaining

indicationareinthenormalrange.

(M) (O) Light may fail to illuminate

3 "OFF" Annunciator Light on Nose C 1 0 provided:


wheel Steering (NWS) Pushbutton
a) Nose wheel Steering is verified
(CenterInstrumentPanel)
tooperatenormally,

b) EICAS "NWS INOP" Status

Message is verified to operate

normally,

c) EICAS "NWS FAIL" Caution

Messageoperatesnormally,and

d) Alternate Procedures to verify

Nose wheel "ON" status are

established and used before each

Taxioperation.

(O) After engine start and with the

propellersoutoffeather,andpriorto

each taxi, review the CAS field to

ensure that the NWS INOP Status

Messageisnotilluminated.

(M)Thisitemmaybeperformedbya

qualified Crewmember. With both

enginesstartedandthepropellersout

offeather:
a)SelecttheNWSPushbutton
OUT(Off)andverifytheNWS
INOP Blue Status message
illuminates.
b)SelecttheNWSPushbutton
IN (On) and verify the NWS
INOP Blue Status Message
extinguishes.
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33LIGHTS
1 Flight Compartment and C 1 0 Individual Lights may be inoperative
providedremaininglightsare:
InstrumentLightingSystem
a) Sufficient to clearly

illuminate
all
required
instruments, controls, and
other devices for which they
areprovided,
b) Positioned so that direct
rays are shielded from flight
crewmember'seyes,and
c) Lighting configuration and
intensityisacceptabletoflight
crew.

1 "DAY/NIGHT" Annunciator C 1 0 "NIGHT" (Dimming) function may be


inoperativefordayonlyoperations.
LightIntensitySelectorSwitch

(Cockpit Lighting Control


Panel)

2CabinInteriorLightingSystem
C 1 0 Individual Lights may be inoperative
provided remaining lighting is

sufficient for Cabin Attendant(s) to

performtheirduties.

C 1 0 May be inoperative for day


operations.

3 Passenger Notice System ("No C 23 4 (M) (O) No Passenger Seat, Cabin


Attendant Seat, or Lavatory may be

Smoking/FastenSeatBelt"/"Returnto
occupied from which a "No

Seat"Signs)
Smoking/FastenSeatBelt"or"Return

to Seat" Sign is not readily legible.

(The affected Seat and/or Lavatory

mustbeblockedandplacarded"DO

NOTOCCUPY")

(O) "No Smoking/Fasten Seat

Belt"/"Return to Seat" Signs may be

inoperative and the affected

Passenger Seat(s), Cabin Attendant

Seat(s), or Lavatory(s) may be

occupiedprovided:

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a) PA System operates
3 Passenger Notice System ("No C 23 4

normally and can be clearly

Smoking/FastenSeatBelt"/"Returnto

heard throughout the Cabin

Seat"Signs)

and Lavatory(s) during flight,

(Cont.)

and

b) PA System is used to alert

the Cabin Crew and to notify

Passengers when Seat Belts

should be fastened, when

returntoSeatisrequired,and

whensmokingisprohibited.

(O) (M) Sit in the affected seat and

checktoseeifasignisreadilyvisible

from that seat. If not, the seat must

be blocked by turning cushion upside

down, fasten the seat belt across the

arm rest, and place a seat blocking

cardontheseat.

(O)Thecrewwillnotifythepassenger

using the PA system when smoking

prohibitedandwhenseatbeltshould

befastened.

C 2 1 One may be inoperative for night


4LandingLights

operations provided both Taxi Lights

operatenormally.

C 2 0 May be inoperative for day

operations.

C 2 1 One may be inoperative for night


5TaxiLights

operations provided both Landing

Lightsoperatenormally.

C 2 0 May be inoperative for day

operations.

C 2 0 (O)Maybeinoperativeprovided:
6WingInspectionLights

a) A portable lamp/light of

adequate capacity is available


for night operations in icing
conditions,and
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b) Approved
Ground
C 2 0
6WingInspectionLights
Deicing/AntiIcing

(Cont.)
Proceduresdonotrequire

theiruse.

C 2 0 May be inoperative for day


operations.

(O) Use a flashlight (2 DCell

minimum) to illuminate aircraft

structuresasnecessarytoobserveice

accumulation.

7NavigationLights
C 3 0 May be inoperative for day
operations.

8 Wing STROBE (White) Anti C 1 0 May be inoperative for day


CollisionLightSystem
operations.

NOTE: White Strobe Lights are


considered the AntiCollision Light
SystemrequiredbyRAC.

9 Red Flashing Beacon (ANTICOLL) C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided


alternate procedures are established
LightSystem
andused.

(O)Ensurethattheoperationalareais
clear of nonessential personnel prior
to starting engines, and that the
aircraft movement area is monitored
bygroundpersonnelindirectviewof
thepilotduringrampoperations.

10LogoLights
C 2 0

11 Exterior Emergency Lighting B 1 0 May be inoperative for day


System
operations.

12 Floor Proximity Emergency C 1 1 Individual Lights may be inoperative


provided minimum acceptable light
EscapePathMarkingSystem
levelsspecifiedinoneofthefollowing

documentsarecompliedwith:
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a) FAA Engineering Approval
1 1
12 Floor Proximity Emergency C
Letter,

EscapePathMarkingSystem
b) FAA Approved Report of

(Cont.)
theTypeDesignHolder,

c) Limitations and Conditions

Section of the applicable

SupplementalTypeCertificate

(STC),or

d) An FAA Approved Report

incorporated in the Master

DrawingListfortheapplicable

STC.

2 0
C
13CargoCompartmentLights

14 Passenger/Crew Entrance Door C 4 2 Two nonadjacent Lights may


beinoperative.

StepLights

C 1 0 (O)Maybeinoperativeprovidedsteps
1StairwayLightingSystem
are illuminated by anacceptable

alternatemeans.

(O) Flight Attendant will determine


that existing lighting provided by
operations area lighting systems
provides adequate illumination to
clearlyidentifytheindividualsteps,or
illuminatethestepswithanadequate
portablelightingdevice.

15BoardingLightTimer
C 1 0 Maybeinoperativeprovidedboarding

lightsareoperatedmanually.

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A 2 0 (O)Maybeinoperativeprovided:
1AltitudeAlertSystem
a) Auto Pilot with Altitude

Holdoperatesnormally,and
b) Operations are limited to
three flight days before
repairsaremade.

(O) Autopilot should be used in level


flightwith"ALT"modeselectedwhen
practical.

2WeatherRadar
C 1 1 AsrequiredbyRAC4.5.6.33Weather
Radaraboardrequirements
RACrequireitsuse.

3 Traffic Collision and Avoidance C 1 0 (M) May be inoperative provided the

systemisdeactivatedandsecured.

System(TCASII)

(M) Pull and secure circuit brake for

TCAS system (location is S7) using

lockoutring

1)CombinedTrafficAlert(TA) C 2 1 (O) One may inoperative on the non

flying pilot side provided TA and RA

and Resolution Advisory (RA)

elements are operative on the flying

DualDisplay

pilotside.

(O) Inoperative traffic alert collision

avoidance system (TCAS) must be

placardedintheflightcompartment

2) Resolution Advisory (RA) C 2 1 (O) One may be inoperative on non

DisplaySystem(S)
flyingpilotside.

(O) Select the TA ONLY mode on the

RMU

3) Traffic Alert (TA) Display C 2 0 (O) May be inoperative provided all


System(s)
installed RA display and audio

functionsoperatenormally.
(O) Crew must verify the RA status
duringflight
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4MarkerBeacon
C 2 0 May be inoperative provided
approachminimumsdonotrequireits
use.

C 2 0 Maybeinoperativeifnotrequiredfor
5ADF
navigation or approaches to be used.

If and ADF is required for an

instrument approach or missed

approach procedure and the ADF is

inoperative,andflightcrewmust

a) Request a substitute nav

aid and receive appropriate


clearance,or
b)Notinitiatetheapproach.

C 2 1 ByRAC4.2.2.3d)2,ForVFRonemay
6VHFNavigationReceiverSystems
be inoperative provided at least two

independent systems operative to

receive signals of primary navigation

stations.

RACrequireitsuse.

7 ATC Transponder and Automatic C 2 1 Onemustbeoperativeinaccordance


withRAC4.5.6.27a)
AltitudeReportingSystems

8InstrumentComparatorSystem
C 1 0 May be inoperative provided

approachminimumsdonotrequireits
use.

9RadioAltimeterSystem
A 2 0 (O)Maybeinoperativeprovided:

a) Ground Proximity Warning


System (GPWS) is considered
inoperative,
b) Approach minimums
and/or operating procedures
donotrequireitsuse,and
c) Operations are limited to
two flight days before repairs
aremade.
(O) Operating procedures for
inoperative EGPWS outlined in MEL
3412willbefollowed.
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C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided
10GlobalPositioningSystem(GPS)
alternate procedures are established

andused.

D 1 0 May be inoperative provided


proceduresdonotrequireitsuse.

(O) FMS will remain normal for


navigation and standard navigation
proceduresapplied(Useofnavigation
charts)

(O) If the FMS is operating normally


RNAVnavigationISNOTaffected.

11DMESystem
D 2 0 (O) May be inoperative provided in
accordancewithRAC4.2.2.3e).

(O) Crew must not operated the


aircraftoverFL240.

12 Enhanced Ground Proximity A 1 0 InaccordancewithRAC4.5.6.38


(O)Maybeinoperativeprovided:

WarningSystem(EGPWS)
a) Alternate Procedures are

establishedused,and

b) Repairs are made within

twoflightdays.

1TerrainAvoidanceWarning

A 1 0 (O)Maybeinoperativeprovided:
(Modes14)

a) Alternate Procedures are

establishedused,and

b) Repairs are made within

twoflightdays.

(O)Procedure:

Model.ExcessiveDescentRate:Pilots

will monitor descent rates below

12000 ft AGL for a rate exceeding

1500fpm.Thenonflyingpilotwillcall

Sink Rate" should a descent rate

exceed1500fpm.

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12 Enhanced Ground Proximity


WarningSystem(EGPWS)

1TerrainAvoidanceWarning A 1 0 Mode II. Excessive Closure Rate to

(Modes14)(Cont.)
Terrain: Pilots will fly only under

instrument flight rules and adhere to

theMEA,MOCAorMSAfortheroute

to be flown. Additionally, the ILS

and/orVAS1willalwaysbeutilizedfor

landingrunwayswhereavailable,and

minimum altitudes outlines by

approach charts and regulations will

beadheredtointerminalareas.

Mode 3. Descent After TakeOff: At

Altitudes below 500 ft. AGL, the non

flying pilot will call out any loss of

altitudeontakeoff.

Mode 4. Insufficient Terrain

Clearance:

a) Landings Gear Warning:

Pilots will lower landing gear

on all approaches at altitudes

greaterthan1500ftAGL.The

BeforeLandingChecklistmust

be utilized for all landings,

which back stops the

positioning of landing gear

and is verified by the non

flyingpilot

b) Landing Flap Warning:

Landing Flaps will be selected

not lower than 1000 ft AGL.

The Before Landing Checklist

must be utilized for all

landings which backstops the

positioning of flaps and is

verified by the nonflying

pilot.
A 1 0 (O)Maybeinoperativeprovided:
2TestMode

a) GPWS is considered
inoperative,and
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12 Enhanced Ground Proximity

WarningSystem(EGPWS)
b) Repairs are made within
A 1 0
2TestMode(Cont.)
twoflightdays.

(O) The GPWS system is considered

inoperative and pilots will adhere to

all (O) procedures associated within


operativeGPWSsystem
3GlideslopeDeviationLights B 2 0
(Mode5)

4AdvisoryCallouts
C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided

alternate procedures are established


andused.

(O)AdvisoryCallouts:
a) "Bank Angle" AlertPilots
will maintain angles less than
30degreesforalloperations
b) "D.H Callout" The non
flying pilot will call "D.H" at
the decision height(LS) and
"MDA" at minimums for non
precisionapproaches.
c)"500FeetcalloutThenon
flyingpilotwillcall"500Feet"
at 500 ft AGL for landing
approaches.
5EnhancedGPWS
C 1 0

13DisplayControllerUnit

1 PFD Format (FMT) B 2 0 May be inoperative with a fixed PFD


SelectionPushbuttons
HSI Format, provided displayed HSI
Format is acceptable to the affected
pilot(s).
2 RMI Bearing (BRG) C 4 2 Oneoneachpilot'sDisplayController
Unitmaybeinoperative.

SelectionPushbuttons

B 4 0 May be inoperative provided

approach minimums and navigation

proceduresdonotrequireitsuse.

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13DisplayControllerUnit(Cont.)
3Vor/Localizer
(V/L) C 2 1 Onemaybeinoperativeprovided:

a) Onside VOR/Localizer
Navigation Source Selector

informationisdisplayed,
Pushbuttons

b)FMSNavigationPushbutton

isnotengagedontheaffected

side,and

c)MLSNavigationPushbutton

isnotengagedontheaffected

side.
B 2 0 (O)Maybeinoperativeprovided:
a) Onside VOR/Localizer
informationisdisplayed,
b)FMSNavigationPushbutton
is not engaged on the
affectedside,
c)MLSNavigationPushbutton
is not engaged on the
affectedside,and
d)
Alternate
navigation
procedures are established
andused.
(O) Standard navigation procedures
must be used without FMS Mode
selected. Both Pilots must use short
rangeNav.(ie:VORorLocalizer)
4 FMS Navigation Source C 2 1 Onemaybeinoperativeprovided:
a) Onside VOR/Localizer is

SelectorPushbuttons
displayedontheaffectedPFD,

and

b)FMSNavigationPushbutton

isnotengagedontheaffected

side.

B 2 0 Bothmaybeinoperativeprovided:

a) Operations are not

predicated
on
FMS

Navigation,

b) Onside VOR/Localizer is

displayedonbothPFD's,and

c)
FMS
Navigation

Pushbuttons are not engaged

oneitherside.
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34NAVIGATION

13DisplayControllerUnit(Cont.)
5 DH/MDA Display Selector C 2 1 Onemaybeinoperativeprovided:
a) Affected DH/MDA Selector

Knobs
Knob is not used for any

function,

b) DH and MDA references

are not displayed on affected

PFD,and

c)Approachminimumsdonot

requireitsuse.

B 2 0 (O)Bothmaybeinoperativeprovided:

a) Affected DH/MDA Selector

Knob(s) is not used for any

function,

b) DH and MDA references

are not displayed on either

PFD,

c)Approachminimumsdonot

requiretheiruse,and

d) Alternate procedures for

determining and denoting DH


and/or MDA are established
andused.
(O) DH and MDA may be determined
viaApproachchartsandwillbenoted
duringrequiredApproachBriefing.

6 Indicated Airspeed (IAS) B 1 0 (O)Maybeinoperativeprovided:


a) Flight Level Change (FLCH)
SelectorKnob
Auto Pilot/Flight Director

Modeisnotused

b) Takeoff, Approach, and

Landing procedures do not

requireitsuse,and

c)
Alternate
airspeed

referencing procedures are

establishedandused.

(O) Utilize VSEC Bezel Button to


reference desired Airspeed Bug
Setting.
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34NAVIGATION
14FlightManagementSystem(FMS) B 1 0 (O)Maybeinoperativeprovided:
a) For IRS equipped aircraft,

alternate procedures for

aligning IRS are established

andused,

b) Alternate Flight Planning

procedures are established,

and

c)
Alternate
Navigation

proceduresareestablished.

(O) Place "INOPERATIVE" placard on

or adjacent to Flight Management

System.

The Flight Crew will navigate and

flight planning will be predicated on

direct reference to VHF navigations

receiver system in accordance with

thestandardprocedures.

C 1 0 (O)Maybeoutofcurrencyprovided:
1NavigationDatabase
(a) Current Aeronautical

charts are used to verify

Navigation fixes prior to

dispatch,

(b)Proceduresareestablished

and used to verify status and

suitability of Navigation

Facilitiesusedto defineroute
offlightand,
(c)Approach
Navigation
Radios are manually tuned
andidentified.

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35OXYGEN

1OxygenMaskDeploymentSystem
B 1 0 (M)Maybeinoperativeprovided:
1AutomaticFunction
a)
Manual
Deployment
Functionisverifiedtooperate
normally,and
b) Operations are limited to
FL250andbelow.

(M) Place a piece of tape across 02


Mask Door to ensure door will not
fully open. Place 02 mask dump
switch in the "Manual" position.
Visually check to ensure all doors are
partiallyopened.
Moveswitchbacktonormalposition,
closealldoorsandremovetape.

2PassengerOxygenDropoutUnits
B 22 0 (M)Maybeinoperativeprovided:
1AtPassengerSeats
a) Inoperative Units are

securedclosed,

b) Associated Seats are

blocked and placarded to

preventoccupancy,and

c) If two or more Units are

adjacent (forward and aft, or

left and right), Seat Rows

forwardandaftofinoperative

Units are blocked and

placarded
to
prevent

occupancy.

NOTE:OxygenDropoutUnitsatFlight

Attendant Stations must operate

normally.

(M)Thisitemmaybeperformedbya

qualifiedCrewmember.

a) Secure inoperative Units

closedwithtape

b) Placard seat "Do Not

Occupy"and"NoOcupar"

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35OXYGEN

2PassengerOxygenDropoutUnits

(Cont.)
B 1 0 (M) May be inoperative provided
2InLavatory
affected Lavatory is blocked and
placarded "INOPERATIVE DO NOT
ENTER".

(M)Thisitemmaybeperformedbya
qualifiedCrewmember.
a) Secure inoperative Units
closed with tape and placard
"INOPERATIVE DO NOT
ENTER" and "INOPERATIVO
NOENTRAR"

3FirstAidOxygenMasks
C 3 2 Any in excess of those required by

RAC may be inoperative or missing


provided;
a) Affected Mask(s) is
removed from the Passenger
Cabin,and
b) Required distribution of
operative
Masks
is
maintained.

4 Protective Breathing Equipment D 3 2 Any in excess of those required by


(PBE)
RACmaybeinoperative.

C 1 0 (M)(O)Maybeinoperativeprovided:
5OxygenCylinderQuantityGauge
a) Oxygen Quantity Indication

on EICAS CPCS/OXYGEN

System
Page
operates

normally,

b) Alternate procedures for

determiningadequateOxygen

Quantity for flight are

establishedandused,and

c) Alternate procedures for

servicing
Oxygen
are

establishedandused.

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35OXYGEN
C 1 0 (M) Refer to oxygen Quantity
5OxygenCylinderQuantityGauge
Indication on EICAS CPCS/Oxygen

(Cont.)
System Page to determine Oxygen

quantity.

NOTE:ThisItemisconsideredpartof
1
6ObserverOxygenSystem

the "including all Associated

Equipment" encompassed in Item

2561),PrimaryObserverSeat.

1
NOTE:ThisItemisconsideredpartof
7ObserverSmokeMask/Goggles
the "including all Associated
Equipment" encompassed in Item
2561),PrimaryObserverSeat.

INTENCIONALMENTEENBLANCO

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36PNEUMATIC
1 High Pressure (HP) Duct Pressure C 2 1 (M) (O) One may be inoperative
provided:
ReducingandShutOffValves(PRSOV)
a) EICAS ECS System Page

operatesnormally,

b)AffectedValveisdeactivated

andconfirmedclosed,and

c) Acceptable alternate Air

ConditioningandPressurization

proceduresareestablishedand

used.

(O) Prior to each departure, ensure

HP PRSOV valve is closed by starting

affected engine first and, prior to

startingsecondengine:

a)EnsureaffectedECSBLEEDis

OFF

b) Verify HP Main Duct Bleed

valves indicate closed or FAIL

openonECSSystemPage.

c)SelectaffectedECSPACKON

(verticalflowbarilluminated)

d) Ensure no airflow present

fromECSdistributionsystem.

(M)Thisitemmaybeperformedbya

qualifiedCrewmember.

a) Press the Bleed valve

pushbutton,andobserve"OFF"

indicationisilluminated.

b)Openandsecurecanonplug

ontheaffectedHPPRSOV

c) Observe both valves are in

the closed position on ECS

System Page, or affected valve

shows a FAIL open indication,

and

d) Operate affected engine

only, and assure that bleed air

is not available by operating

affectedpack.

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36PNEUMATIC

2CrossBleedValve
C 1 0 (M) May be inoperative provided
affected Valve is deactivated and
verifiedclosed.

(M)Thisitemmaybeperformedbya
qualifiedCrewmember.
a) Close Cross bleed Valve by
depressing Cross bleed Valve
pushbutton on ECS overhead
panel.
b) Open and secure "X BLEED
AX" and "X BLEED PRI" circuit
breakers using Lockout rings,
and
c) Operate an engine, and
verify opposite pack will not
operate.

3 Vertical (Valve Open) Flow Bar C 2 0 (M) (O) Light(s) may fail to illuminate
provided:

Annunciator Light on Pneumatic


a) Associated Pneumatic

BLEEDPushbutton(OverheadPanel)
BLEED
Pushbutton(s)
is

verifiedtooperatenormally,

b) EICAS ECS System Page

operatesnormally,

c) Associated Pneumatic

BLEED Pushbutton "OFF"

Annunciator Light(s) operates

normally,

d) Associated EICAS "BLEED

SOV FAIL" Caution(s) operate

normally,and

e) Alternate procedures for

determining Pneumatic Bleed

Valve(s)
position
are

establishedandused.

(O)Procedure:

a) Verify position of

Pneumatic
Bleed
Valve

Pushbutton IN (On) or OUT

(Off).
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36PNEUMATIC
b)VerifyBleedValveSynoptic
3 Vertical (Valve Open) Flow Bar C 2 0

on ECS System page shows


Annunciator Light on Pneumatic

OPENwhenselectedON
BLEED Pushbutton (Overhead Panel)

(M)Thisitemmaybeperformedbya
(Cont.)

qualifiedCrewmember.

a)Runassociatedengine

b) With associated PACK

selected ON, select affected

BLEED Pushbutton ON c)

Verify BLEED Pushbutton OFF

Annunciator
Light

extinguishes

d)VerifyBleedValveSynoptic

on ECS System Page shows

Open.

e) Select BLEED Pushbutton

OFF(Out)

f)VerifytheassociatedBLEED

pushbutton OFF Annunciator

Lightilluminates,andthat

g) The Bleed Valve Synoptic

on ECS System Page shows

Closed.

4 "OFF" Annunciator Light on C 2 0 (M) (O) Light(s) may fail to illuminate


Pneumatic
BLEED
Pushbutton
provided:

(OverheadPanel)
a) Associated Pneumatic

BLEED
Pushbutton(s)
is

verifiedtooperatenormally,

b) EICAS ECS System Page

operatesnormally,

c) Associated Pneumatic

BLEED Pushbutton Vertical

(Valve Open) Flow Bar

Annunciator Light(s) operates

normally,

d) Associated EICAS "BLEED

SOV FAIL" Caution(s) operate

normally,and

e) Alternate procedures for

determiningPneumaticBleed

Valve(s)
position
are

establishedandused.
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36PNEUMATIC
4 "OFF" Annunciator Light on C 2 0 (O)Procedure:
a) Verify position of
Pneumatic
BLEED
Pushbutton
Pneumatic
Bleed
Valve
(OverheadPanel)
Pushbutton IN (On) or OUT
(Cont.)
(Off)
b)VerifyBleedValveSynoptic
on ECS System Page shows
OFFwhenselectedOFF

(M)Thisitemmaybeperformedbya
qualifiedCrewmember
a)Runassociatedengine
b) With associated PACK
selected On, select affect
BLEEDPushbuttonON.
c) Verify BLEED Pushbutton
Vertical
Flow
Bar
AnnunciationLightilluminates
d)VerifyBleedValveSynoptic
on ECS System Page shows
Open
e) Select BLEED Pushbutton
OFF(Out)
f)VerifytheassociatedBLEED
Pushbutton Vertical Flow Bar
Annunciator
Light
extinguishes,and
g) The Bleed Valve Synoptic
on ECS System Page shows
Closed.

5 Vertical (Valve Closed) Flow Bar C 1 0 (M) (O) Light may fail to illuminate
provided:

Annunciator Light on Pneumatic


a)
Pneumatic
XBLEED

XBLEEDPushbutton(OverheadPanel)
Pushbutton is verified to

operatenormally,

b) EICAS ECS System Page

operatesnormally,

c)

Pneumatic
XBLEED

Pushbutton Horizontal (Valve

Open) Flow Bar Annunciator

Lightoperatesnormally,
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36PNEUMATIC
d) EICAS "XBLEED FAIL"
5 Vertical (Valve Closed) Flow Ba C 1 0
Caution operates normally,

Annunciator Light on Pneumatic

and

XBLEEDPushbutton(OverheadPanel)

e) Alternate procedures for

(Cont.)

determining Pneumatic Cross

Bleed Valve position are

establishedandused.

(O)Procedure:

a) Verify position of Cross

Bleed Pushbutton IN (On) or

OUT(Off).

b) Verify XBLEED Valve

Synoptic on ECS System Page

shows CLOSED when selected

OFF

(M)Thisitemmaybeperformedbya

qualifiedcrewmember.

a) Select the XBLEED

PushbuttontoOPEN(Flush)

b) Verify XBLEED Pushbutton

Horizontal
Flow
Bar

AnnunciatorLightilluminates.

c) Verify XBLEED Valve

Synoptic on ECS System Page

showsOpen.

d) Select XBLEED Pushbutton

CLOSE(Out)

e) Verify the associated X

BLEED pushbutton Horizontal

flow Bar Annunciator Light

extinguishes,andthat

f)TheBleedValveSynopticon

ECS System Page Shows

Closed.

6 Horizontal (Valve Open) Flow Bar C 1 0 (M) (O) Light may fail to illuminate
Annunciator Light on Pneumatic
provided:
XBLEEDPushbutton(OverheadPanel)
a)
Pneumatic
XBLEED

Pushbutton is verified to
operatenormally,
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36PNEUMATIC
b) EICAS ECS System Page
6 Horizontal (Valve Open) Flow Bar C 1 0
operatesnormally,
Annunciator Light on Pneumatic
c)
Pneumatic
XBLEED
XBLEEDPushbutton(OverheadPanel)
Pushbutton Vertical (Valve
(Cont.)
Closed) Flow Bar Annunciator

Lightoperatesnormally,

d) EICAS "XBLEED FAIL"

Caution operates normally,

and

e) Alternate procedures for

determining Pneumatic Cross

Bleed Valve position are

establishedandused.

(O)Procedure:

a) Verify position of XBLEED

Pushbutton IN (On) or OUT

(Off)

b) Verify XBLEED Valve

Synoptic on ECS system Page

shows OPEN when selected

ON

(M)Thisitemmaybeperformedbya

qualifiedCrewmember.

a) Select the XBLEED

PushbuttontoOPEN(Flush)

b) Verify XBLEED Pushbutton

Vertical Flow Bar Annunciator

Lightextinguishes

c) Verify XBLEED Valve

Synoptic on ECS system Page

showsOpen

d) Select XBLEED Pushbutton

CLOSED(Out)

e) Verify the associated

XBLEED Pushbutton Vertical

Flow Bar Annunciator Light

illuminates,and

f)TheBleedValveSynopticon

ECS System Page shows


Closed.
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49AIRBORNEAUXILIARY

POWER

C 1 0 (M)Maybeinoperativeprovidedunit
1AuxiliaryPowerUnit(APU)
isdeactivatedandsecured.

(M)Pullandlockthefollowingcircuit
breakers
APUSTART
APUBLEED

Inspect the position indicator of the


Load Control Valve and verify it is in
theclosedposition.

Inspectthesee/feelpositionindicator
of the APU Fuel Shutoff Valve and
verifyitistheclosedposition.

1APUBleedAirsystem
C 1 0 (M)Maybeinoperativeclosed.

(M)Thisitemmaybeperformedbya
qualifiedCrewmember
a) Verify the APU Bleed valve
pushbutton is pressed out,
and ON indication is not
illuminated.
b) Open and secure "APU
BLEED" circuit breaker, using
Lockoutring
c) observe valve indication
showsclosedorFAILopenon
ECSSystemPage,and.
d) Operate APU, and assure
that bleed air is not available
by operating either cooling
pack.

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61PROPELLERS

C 1 0
1SynchrophasingSystem

2 "ARM" Annunciator Light on C 1 0 (M)(O)Lightmaybefailtoilluminate


AUTOFEATHERPushbutton(Overhead
provided:
Panel)
a) Before each Takeoff,

AutofeatherSystemisverified
tooperatenormally,
b) EICAS "AUTOFEATHER
ARM"
Status
Message
operatesnormally,and
c) Alternate procedures for
confirming
Autofeather
Armed status are established
and used for each Takeoff,
andLandingApproach.

(O)Procedure:
a) Verify position of
Autofeather Pushbutton IN
(on)orOUT(Off)asrequired.
b) Confirm "AUTOFEATHER
ARM"BluestatusMessageon
EICASwhenselectedON

(M)Thisitemmaybeperformedbya
qualified Crewmember. With both
engines running with the propeller
outoffeather:
a) Select the ATOFEATHER
pushbuttontoON(Flush)
b) Conduct an Autofeather
testtoeitherside,and
c) Verify the AUTOFEATHER
ARM Blue status Message
illuminates on EICAS when
both test button are pressed,
and extinguishes when one
button is released and the
associated propeller goes to
feather.

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73ENGINEFUEL&CONTROL
B 2 1 Onemaybeinoperativeprovided:
1FuelFlowIndications
a)
Associated
Engine

Performance Indications (TQ,


Np,ITT,Nh)operatenormally,
and
b) Associated EICAS Fuel
Quantity (FQ) Indication
operatesnormally.

2EICAS"FUELFEEDTEMP"Caution
C 2 0 May be inoperative provided
associatedEICASOilTemperatureand

Oil Pressure Indications operate

normally.

3ConditionLever"HighTaxi"Mode C 2 0 (O) May be inoperative provided Taxi

operationswithtailwindconditionsof
25 knots or greater are conducted
using an acceptable alternate
procedure.

(M) Placard the inoperative condition


lever HIGH TAXI mode in the flight
compartment.

2 0 (M) (O) Light(s) may fail to illuminate


4"MAN"AnnunciatorLightsonECU C
provided:

Pushbuttons(OverheadPanel)
a) Associated ECU(s) is

verifiedtooperatenormally,

b)AssociatedECUPushbutton

"FAIL" Annunciator Light(s)

operatesnormally,

c)AssociatedEICAS"ENGECU

FAIL" Caution(s) operates

normally,and

d) Before each Takeoff, ECU

"ON" status is verified by an

acceptablealternatemeans.

(O) To determine the associated ECU

PushbuttonisselectedtoMAN

a) Verify the Pushbutton is

selectedIN(Flush)
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73ENGINEFUEL&CONTROL

4"MAN"AnnunciatorLightsonECU C 2 0
b) Verify the ECU Pushbutton

Pushbuttons(OverheadPanel)
FAIL
Annunciator
Light

(Cont.)
illuminates.

c)VerifytheECUFAILCaution

MessageilluminatesonEICAS

NOTE: Normal position for operation

is with the Pushbutton selected OUT

(NotFlush)

(M)Thisitemmaybeperformedbya

qualifiedCrewmember

a) Run engine with propeller

infeather

b) Select ECU Pushbutton IN

(MAN)

c) note associated ECU FAIL

Amber Caution illuminates on

EICAS

d)SelectECUPushbuttonOUT

e) note ECU FAIL Amber

Cautionextinguishes

5 "FAIL" Annunciator Lights on ECU C 2 0 (M) (O) Light(s) may fail to illuminate
Pushbuttons(OverheadPanel)
provided:

a) Associated ECU(s) is
verifiedtooperatenormally,
b)AssociatedECUPushbutton
"MAN" Annunciator Light(s)
operatesnormally,
c)AssociatedEICAS"ENGECU
FAIL" Caution(s) operates
normally,and
d) Before each Takeoff, ECU
"ON" status is verified by an
acceptablealternatemeans.
(O)Procedure:
a) Verify ECU Pushbutton
position as required IN
(Flush).
Normal
ECU
PushbuttonOUT,manualECU
PushbuttonIN
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73ENGINEFUEL&CONTROL
b) Confirm "ENG ECU FAIL"
5 "FAIL" Annunciator Lights on ECU C 2 0
amber Caution on EICAS is
Pushbuttons(OverheadPanel)
extinguished
with
ECU

PushbuttoninNormalposition

(M) This item may be performed by

qualifiedCrewmember

a) Run engine with propeller

infeather

b) Select ECU Pushbutton IN

(MAN)

c) Note associated ECU FAIL

Amber Caution illuminates on

EICAS.

d)SelectECUPushbuttonOUT

e) Note ECU FAIL Amber

Cautionextinguishes.
6 "START" Annunciator Light on C 2 0 (M) (O) Light(s) may fail to illuminate
provided:

ENGINESTARTPushbutton(Overhead
a)
Associated
START

Panel)
Pushbutton(s) is verified to

operatenormally,

b)
"IG1"
and

"IG2"

Annunciator
Lights
in

associated
START

Pushbutton(s) are verified to

operatenormally,

c) Associated EICAS "IGN"

Synoptic(s)operatesnormally,

and

d) Alternate procedures for

determining normal Starter

engagement, operation, cut

out, and normal Generator

operationareestablishedand

used.

(O)Procedure:

a)VerifyNHAccelerationafter

depressingStartPushbutton

b) Verify "IGN" Synoptic on

EICAS illuminated when Start

Pushbuttonisdepressed.
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73ENGINEFUEL&CONTROL

c) Verify "IGN" Synoptic on


6 "START" Annunciator Light on C 2 0

EICAS is extinguished after


ENGINESTARTPushbutton(Overhead

45%NH
Panel)

d) Confirm no abnormal
(Cont.)

starter
or
generator

indicationspresentonEICAS

(M)Thisitemmaybeperformedbya

qualifiedCrewmember

a)VerifyNHaccelerationafter

depressingStartPushbutton.

b) Verify "IGN 1" and "IGN

2"Annunciator
lights

illuminate.

c) Verify "IGN" Synoptic on

EICAS illuminated when Start

Pushbuttonisdepressed.

d) Verify "IGN" Synoptic on

EICAS is extinguished after

45%NH.

7"IG1"and"IG2"AnnunciatorLights C 4 0 (M) (O) Light(s) may fail to illuminate


on
ENGINE
START
provided:
Pushbuttons(OverheadPanel)

a)
Associated
START
Pushbutton(s) is verified to
operatenormally,
b)"START"AnnunciatorLights
in
associated
START
Pushbutton(s) are verified to
operatenormally,
c) Associated EICAS "IGN"
Synoptic(s)operatesnormally,
and
d) Alternate procedures for
determining normal Starter
engagement, operation, and
cutout are established and
used.

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7"IG1"and"IG2"AnnunciatorLights C 4 0 (O)Procedure:
a)VerifyNHAccelerationafter
on
ENGINE
START
depressingStartPushbutton
Pushbuttons(OverheadPanel)
b) Verify "IGN" Synoptic on
(Cont.)
EICAS illuminated when Start

Pushbuttonisdepressed.

c) Verify "IGN" Synoptic on

EICAS is extinguished after

45%NH

d) Confirm no abnormal

starter
or
generator

indicationspresentonEICAS

(M)Thisitemmaybeperformedbya

qualifiedCrewmember

a) Verify start annunciator

light after depressing Start

Pushbutton.

b) Verify "IGN 1" and "IGN 2"

Annunciatorlightsilluminate.

c) Verify "IGN" Synoptic on

EICAS illuminated when Start

Pushbuttonisdepressed.

d) Verify "IGN" Synoptic on


EICAS is extinguished after
45%NH.

8 "ON" Annunciator Light on C 1 0 (M) (O) Light may fail to illuminate


provided:

COLD/CROSS Pushbutton (Overhead


a) COLD/CROSS Pushbutton is

Panel)
verifiedtooperatenormally,

b) EICAS ELECTR System Page

operatesnormally,

c)DCTIEHorizontal(BusTied)

and Vertical (Bus UnTied)

Flow Bar Annunciator Lights

operatenormally,

d) Alternate procedures to

determine that Main Busses

are tied, and Both Ignition

Systems are activated during

Cold/Cross
Starts
are

establishedandused.
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73ENGINEFUEL&CONTROL
8 "ON" Annunciator Light on C 1 0 (O) For selection of Cold/Cross
function,
ensure
Cold/Cross
COLD/CROSS Pushbutton (Overhead
PushbuttonisfirstselectedOFF(Out)
Panel)
then select Cold/Cross Pushbutton IN
(Cont.)
(Flush)

(M)Thisitemmaybeperformedbya
qualified Crewmember. With one
engine running and external power
removed:
a) Select DC TIE or OPEN
(VerticalFlowBar)
b) Select Cold/Cross ON
(Flush)
c) Start other engine and
verifythatDCTIEcloseswhen
start sequence initiates and
the NONESS Buses are
unpowered.

INTENCIONALMENTEENBLANCO

EngineeringDepartment

Pgina:771
Fecha:09/03/2012
Revisin:Original

MinimumEquipmentListDo328100

2RectificationInterval

3NumberInstalled
1SystemandSequencenumbers

4NumberRequiredforDispatch

5RemarksorExceptions

77ENGINEINDICATING

1 Engine Condition Trend Recording

System

C 1 0 (M) (O) May be inoperative provided


1AutomaticMode

acceptable alternate procedures for

recording Engine Condition Trend

Dataareestablishedandused.

D 1 0 May be inoperative provided

AutomaticEngineTrendMonitoringis

not required by affected Operator's

ApprovedMaintenanceProgram.

C 1 0 May be inoperative provided


2TRENDRSwitchFunction

Automatic Mode of Engine Condition

Trend Recording System operates

normally.

C 1 0 (M) (O) May be inoperative provided

acceptable alternate procedures for

recording Engine Condition Trend

Dataareestablishedandused.

D 1 0 May be inoperative provided


AutomaticEngineTrendMonitoringis
not required by affected Operator's
ApprovedMaintenanceProgram.

(O) Flight Crews will manually enter


trend data from the first flight of the
dayintotheAircraftLogbook.

(M) Check Aircraft Logbook and send


copies of trend data to the
MaintenanceRecordsDepartment.

EngineeringDepartment

Pgina:791
Fecha:09/03/2012
Revisin:Original

MinimumEquipmentListDo328100

2RectificationInterval

3NumberInstalled
1SystemandSequencenumbers

4NumberRequiredforDispatch

5RemarksorExceptions

79ENGINEOIL

1 Low Oil Press ("OIL PRESS") B 2 1 (M) (O) One may be inoperative
provided:
Warnings on Red Warning Panel
a)
Associated
Master
(RWP)
Warnings (Visual and Aural)

operatenormally,
b) Associated EICAS Oil
PressureandOilTemperature
Indicationsoperatenormally,
c) Adequate Oil Quantity is
verifiedbeforedeparture,and
d) Light erroneously ON is
deactivated.

(O) Monitor Oil Pressure on EICAS.


Low oil pressure will be indicated by
the EICAS oil pressure indication
turningred.

(M)Thisitemmaybeperformedbya
qualifiedCrewmember.
a) Perform Press to test
function of associated Mater
WarningSystem
b) On engine start, ensure
proper Oil Pressure and
temperatureIndications,
c) Verify oil quantity via
dipstick,and
d) Deactivate Light by placing
tapecovertheindication.

INTENCIONALMENTEENBLANCO

EngineeringDepartment