C-12

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C-12
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  1. ENGINE MALFUNCTION BEFORE V1 (ABORT)
    1. POWER levers – IDLE.

    2. Braking – As required.

    3. Reverse – As required.

    If insufficient runway remains for stopping:

    • 4. CONDITION levers – FUEL
    • CUTOFF.

    5. FUEL FIREWALL SHUTOFF VALVES – CLOSED.

    6. MASTER SWITCH – OFF.
  2. ENGINE MALFUNCTION AFTER V1
    1. POWER – Maximum allowable.

    2. LANDING GEAR CONTROL – UP (positive rate of climb confirmed)

    • 3. Propeller – Verify feathered. If propeller does not
    • autofeather, perform manual feather.

    4. FLAPS (after Vyse) – UP.

    5. TCAS – Set TA.

    6. Engine Cleanup checklist – Perform.
  3. ENGINE MALFUNCTION DURING FLIGHT
    1. Autopilot/yaw damper – Disengage.

    2. POWER – As required.

    3. Affected engine – Identify.

    4. PROP lever (affected engine) – FEATHER.

    5. TCAS – Set TA.

    6. LANDING GEAR CONTROL – As required.

    7. FLAPS – As required.

    8. POWER – Set for single-engine cruise.

    9. Engine cleanup checklist – Perform.
  4. ENGINE MALFUNCTION DURING FINAL APPROACH
    1. POWER – As required.

    2. LANDING GEAR CONTROL – Recheck DN.
  5. ENGINE MALFUNCTION (SECOND ENGINE)
    1. Airspeed – As required.

    2. POWER lever - IDLE.

    3. PROP lever – As required.

    4. Conduct engine restart procedure if time permits.
  6. MAXIMUM GLIDE
    1. LANDING GEAR CONTROL - UP.

    2. FLAPS - UP.

    3. PROP levers – Feather.

    4. Airspeed – As required
  7. SINGLE-ENGINE GO-AROUND
    1. POWER – Maximum allowable.

    2. LANDING GEAR CONTROL – UP.

    3. FLAPS – UP.

    4. Airspeed – Vyse.

    5. LANDING/TAXI LIGHTS – OFF.

    6. CMWS – ARM as required.
  8. PROPELLER FAILURE (ABOVE 2120 RPM)
    1. POWER lever (affected engine) – IDLE.

    2. PROP lever (affected engine) – FEATHER.

    3. CONDITION lever – As required.

    4. TCAS – TA Only as required.

    5. Engine cleanup – As required.
  9. LOSS OF PRESSURIZATION (ABOVE 10,000 FEET)
    1. Crew oxygen masks – 100% and on.

    • 2. Passenger oxygen – ON.
    • Check to ensure all passengers have oxygen masks on and are receiving
    • supplemental oxygen.

    3. Descend as required.
  10. ENGINE/NACELLE FIRE DURING START OR GROUND OPERATIONS
    1. PROP levers – FEATHER.

    2. CONDITION levers – FUEL CUTOFF.

    3. FUEL FIREWALL SHUTOFF VALVES –CLOSED.

    4. ENG FIRE PUSH TO EXT switch – Push.

    5. MASTER SWITCH – OFF.
  11. ENGINE FIRE IN FLIGHT (IDENTIFIED)
    1. POWER lever (affected engine) – IDLE.

    2. PROP lever – FEATHER.

    3. CONDITION lever – FUEL CUTOFF.

    • 4. FUEL FIREWALL SHUTOFF VALVE –
    • CLOSED.

    5. ENG FIRE PUSH TO EXT switch – Push as required.

    6. TCAS – Set TA

    7. Engine cleanup – Perform.

    8. Land as soon as practicable.
  12. FUSELAGE FIRE
    1. Fight the fire.

    2. Land as soon as possible if fire continues.
  13. WING FIRE
    1. Perform engine shutdown on affected side.

    2. Land as soon as possible.
  14. ELECTRICAL FIRE
    1. Crew oxygen masks – 100% and On.

    2. Passenger oxygen – As required.

    • 3. MASTER SWITCH – OFF (Visual conditions only.
    • Use ESIS to control aircraft)

    4. All nonessential electrical equipment – Off.

    5. BATT – ON.

    6. GEN switches (individually) – RESET, then ON.

    7. Circuit breakers – Check for indication of defective circuit.

    8. Essential electrical equipment – On (individually until fire source is isolated).

    9. Land as soon as practicable.
  15. SMOKE AND FUME ELIMINATION
    1. Crew oxygen masks – 100% and on.

    2. Passenger oxygen – ON.

    3. BLEED AIR VALVE switches – INST & ENVIR OFF

    4. VENT BLOWER switch – AUTO.

    5. AFT BLOWER – OFF.

    6. CABIN TEMP MODE – OFF.

    7. If smoke and fumes are not eliminated: CABIN PRESS – DUMP.

    • NOTE
    • Opening storm window after depressurizing
    • will facilitate smoke and fume removal.

    • 8. Passenger oxygen masks – Check.
    • Confirm that all passengers are receiving supplemental oxygen.

    9. Engine Instruments – Monitor.
  16. EMERGENCY DESCENT
    1. POWER levers – IDLE.

    2. PROP levers – HIGH RPM.

    3. FLAPS – APPROACH.  

    4. LANDING GEAR CONTROL – DN.

    5. Airspeed - 181 KIAS maximum.

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