Day 1 NWC

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Day 1 NWC
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  1. ABORT START PROCEDURE (1N)
    Note and report to maintenance the degree and duration of any overtemperature.
  2. ABORT START PROCEDURE (2N)
    If start is initiated with PCL in the OFF position, abort by reselecting AUTO/RESET on the STARTER switch. If start is initiated with PCL out of the OFF position, but not past the IDLE gate, abort by placing the PCL to OFF or reselecting AUTO/RESET on the STARTER switch. IF the PCL is past the IDLE gate, abort by placing the PCL to OFF.
  3. ABORT START PROCEDURE (3C)
    If a start using external power is aborted (PMU or manual abort), do not attempt subsequent starts.
  4. ABORT START PROCEDURE (4C)
    Repeated PMU aborted start attempts are indicative of engine malfunction.
  5. ABORT START PROCEDURE (5N)
    During ground starts, certain parameters (week battery, high OAT, high pre-start ITT, high density altitude, tailwind) may cause the PMU to abort a battery start attempt. Though these parameters are not directly monitored by the PMU, they cause a rate of rise in N1 and/or ITT that are indicative of an impending hung to hot start.
  6. ABORT START PROCEDURE (6N)
    If a battery start was aborted (PMU or manual abort), connect external power (if available) and perform Motoring Run Procedure. Subsequent starts may be attempted if no engine malfunctions are evident and no limits have been exceeded.
  7. ABORT START PROCEDURE/MOTORING RUN PROCEDURE (7C)
    STARTER switch is not spring loaded from MANUAL to NORM.
  8. ABORT START PROCEDURE/MOTORING RUN PROCEDURE (8N)
    Observe starter duty cycle cool-down period.
  9. ABORT (1W)
    After a stop which required maximum effort braking and if over-heated brakes are suspected, do not taxi into or park in a congested area until brakes have had sufficient time to cool. Do not set parking brake.
  10. ENGINE FAILURE IMMEDIATELY AFTER TAKE OFF (SUFFICIENT RUNWAY REMAINING STRAIGHT AHEAD) (1W)
    If insufficient runway remains to land straight ahead, consider immediate ejection.
  11. ENGINE FAILURE IMMEDIATELY AFTER TAKE OFF (SUFFICIENT RUNWAY REMAINING STRAIGHT AHEAD) (2W)
    Do not sacrifice aircraft control while troubleshooting or lowering gear with emergency system.
  12. ENGINE FAILURE IMMEDIATELY AFTER TAKE OFF (SUFFICIENT RUNWAY REMAINING STRAIGHT AHEAD) (3N)
    The pilot should select IDLE to use increased drag of the not yet feathered propeller or select OFF to reduce the sinkrate.
  13. ENGINE FAILURE IMMEDIATELY AFTER TAKE OFF (SUFFICIENT RUNWAY REMAINING STRAIGHT AHEAD) (4N)
    With a loss of hydraulic pressure, landing gear and flaps can-not be lowered by normal means.
  14. EMERGENCY GROUND EGRESS (1N)
    In a situation requiring immediate ground egress, the ejection system has the capability for 0/0 ejection.
  15. EMERGENCY GROUND EGRESS (2W)
    Failure to ensure that the ISS mode selector is set to SOLO may result in the inadvertent ejection of one of both seats.
  16. EMERGENCY GROUND EGRESS (3W)
    Failure to insert both ejection seat safety pins (if occupied) before ground egress may result in inadvertent activation of ejection sequence and subsequent injury or death when performing emergency ground egress.
  17. EMERGENCY GROUND EGRESS (4W)
    If the canopy fracturing system malfunctions in conjuction with a canopy latch failure in the locked position, ejection maybe the only option remaining to exit the aircraft. Aircrew shall ensure shoulder straps, <15>lap belt or <16>lap straps, <15>SSK fittings, and leg restraint garters are still attached prior to pulling ejection handle.
  18. EMERGENCY GROUND EGRESS (5W)
    To prevent injury, ensure oxygen mask is on and visor is down prior to actuating the CFS system.
  19. EMERGENCY GROUND EGRESS (6W)
    Each internal CFS handle activates only the CFS charge for the respective transparency. Both internal CFS handles must be activated in order to fracture both transparencies (if required)
  20. EMERGENCY GROUND EGRESS (7N)
    Oxygen hose, emergency oxygen hose, communication leads, and anti-G suit hose will pull free while vacating cockpit and leg restraint lines will pull through leg restraint garter D rings if released with quick-release lever.

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