Boeing 737-800 Memory Items

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Boeing 737-800 Memory Items
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Complete Boeing 737-800 Memory Items and Limitations
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  1. Emergency Descent
    Condition: One or more of these occur:

    - Cabin pressure cannot be controlled when the aircraft is above 14,000ft

    - A rapid descent is needed

    1. Announce the emergency descent

    2. Passenger signs............ON

    3. Without delay, descend to the lowest safe altitude or 10,000ft, whichever is higher

    4. ENGINE START switches (both)......CONT

    5. Thrust levers (both)......Reduce thrust to minimum or as needed for anti-ice

    6. Speedbrake...................FLIGHT DETENT

    7. Set target speed to Mmo/Vmo (If structural integrity is in doubt, limit speed as much as possible and avoid high maneuvering loads)
  2. AUTOMATIC UNLOCK
    Condition: The correct emergency access code is entered

    Objective: To deny unauthorised access to the flight deck before the door automatically unlocks

    1. FLT DK DOOR lock selector.......Rotate to DENY and hold for 1 second


  3. CABIN ALTITUDE WARNING
      or Rapid Depressurisation  
    •   CABIN
    • ALTITUDE  (if installed and operative)

    Condition: One or more of these occur:

    - A cabin altitude exceedance

    - In flight, the intermittent cabin altitude/configuration warning horn sounds or the CABIN ALTITUDE light (if installed and operative) illuminates

    1. Don oxygen masks and set regulators to 100%

    2. Establish crew communications

    3. Pressurisation mode selector..........MAN

    4. Outflow VALVE switch.........Hold in CLOSE until the outflow VALVE indication showes fully closed

    5. If cabin altitude is uncontrollable:

       Passenger signs............................ON

       PASS OXYGEN switch.....................ON

    >>Go to the Emergency Descent checklist on page 0.1
  4. Aborted Engine Start
    Condition: During a ground start, an abort engine condition occurs

    Objective: To shut down the engine and motor it

    1. Engine start lever (affected engine).......CUTOFF
  5. Engine Limit or Surge or Stall
    Condition: One or more of these occur:

    - Engine indications are abnormal

    - Engine indications are rapidly approaching or exceeding limits

    - Abnormal engine noises are heard, possibly with airframe vibration

    - There is no response to thrust lever movement or the response is abnormal

    - Flames in the engine inlet or exaust are reported

    Objective: To attempt to recover normal engine operation or shut down the engine if recovery is not possible

    1. Autothrottle (if engaged).........Disengage

    2. Thrust lever (affected engine)...... Confirm......Retard until engine indications stay within limits or the thrust lever is closed
  6. Loss Of Thust On Both Engines
    Condition: Both of these occur:

    - Both engines have a loss of thrust

    - Both ENG FAIL alerts show

    Objective: To restart at least one engine

    1. ENGINE START switches (both)......FLT

    2. Engine start levers (both).........CUTOFF

    3. When EGT decreases: Engine start levers (both)....IDLE detent

    4. IF EGT reaches 950°C or there is no increase in EGT within 30 seconds: Engine start lever (affected engine)......Confirm.......CUTOFF, then IDLE detent

    IF EGT again reaches 950°C or there is no increase in EGT within 30 seconds, repeat as needed
  7. APU FIRE
    Condition: Fire is detected in the APU

    1. APU fire switch......Confirm......Pull, rotate to the stop, and hold for 1 second

    2. APU switch............................OFF


  8. ENGINE FIRE or Engine Severe Damage or Separation
    Condition: One or more of these occur:

    - Engine fire warning

    - Airframe vibrations with abnormal engine indications

    - Engine separation

    1. Autothrottle (if engaged)..........Disengage

    2. Thrust lever (affected engine)...... Confirm......Close

    3. Engine start lever (affected engine)...... Confirm......CUTOFF

    4. Engine fire switch (affected engine)...... Confirm......Pull

    (To manually unlock the engine fire switch, press the override and pull)

    5. If the engine fire switch or ENG OVERHEAT light stays illuminated: Engine fire switch....... Rotate to the stop and hold for 1 second

    If after 30 seconds the engine fire switch or ENG OVERHEAT light stays illuminated: Engine fire switch...... Rotate to the other stop and hold for 1 second
  9. ENGINE OVERHEAT
    Condition: An overheat is detected in the engine

    1. Autothrottle (if engaged)........Disengage

    2. Thrust lever (affected engine)...... Confirm...... Close

    3. If the ENG OVERHEAT light stays illuminated:

    >>Go to the ENGINE FIRE or ENGINE Severe Damage or Separation checklist on page 8.2
  10. Runaway Stabilizer
    Condition: Uncommanded stabilizer trim movement occurs continuously

    1. Control column..................Hold firmly

    2. Autopilot (if engaged)........Disengage

    -Do not re-engage the autopilot

    -Control airplane pitch attitude manually with control column and main electric trim as needed

    3. Autothrottle (if engaged).......Disengage

    -Do not re-engage the autothrottle

    4. If the runaway stops after the  autopilot is disengaged:

                            ····

    5. If 
    the runaway continues after the autopilot is disengaged:

    STAB TRIM CUTOUT switches (both)..............CUTOUT

    If the runaway continues:

    Stablizer trim wheel......Grasp and hold
  11. Airspeed Unreliable
    Condition: Airspeed or Mach indications are suspected to be unreliable. (Items which might indicate unreliable airspeed are listed in the Additional Information section.)

    • Objective: To identify a reliable airspeed indication, if possible, or to continue the flight using the flight with unreliable airspeed table in the performance inflight chapter. 
    • 1. Autopilot (if engaged).........Disengage

    2. Autothrottle (if engaged).........Disengage

    3. F/D switches (both).............OFF

    4.
    Set the following gear up pitch attitude and thrust:

    Flaps extended..............10° and 80% N1

    • Flaps up........................4° and 75% N1
  12. FMC DISAGREE
    Condition: Date needed for dual FMC operation disagree

    1. If flying an approach that has RNP alerting requirement:

    Initiate a go-around unless suitable visual references can be established and maintained
  13. FMC FAIL
    Condition: Display of VTK followed by MAP failure flags on one or both navigation displays

    Objective: To restore dual FMC operation, configure for single FMC operation or resume conventional navigation

    NOTE: LNAV/VNAV may disengage

    1. If flying an approach that has an RNP alerting requirement:

    Initiate a go-around unless suitable visual references can be established and maintained
  14. UNABLE REQD NAV PERF - RNP
    Condition: UNABLE REQD NAV PERF - RNP is shown. The actual navigation performance is not sufficient

    1. If on a procedure or airway with an RNP alerting requirement:

    Select an alternate procedure or airway. During an approach, go-around unless suitable visual references can be established and maintained
  15. LANDING CONFIGURATION
    Condition: In flight, the steady warning horn sounds

    1. Assure correct aircraft landing configuration
  16. TAKEOFF CONFIGURATION
    Condition: On the ground, the intermittent cabin altitude/configuration warning horn sounds or a TAKEOFF CONFIG light (if installed and operative) illuminates when advancing the thrust levers to takeoff thrust

    1. Assure correct aircraft takeoff configuration
  17. WARNING HORN (INTERMITTENT) or WARNING LIGHT - CABIN ALTITUDE OR TAKEOFF CONFIGURATION
    Condition: One of these occurs:

    - In flight, at an airplane flight altitude above 10,000 feet MSL, the intermittent warning horn sounds or a CABIN ALTITUDE light (if installed and operative) illuminates

    - On the ground, the intermittent warning horn sounds or a TAKEOFF CONFIG light (if installed and operative) illuminates when advancing the thrust levers to takeoff thrust

    1. If the intermittent warning horn sounds or a CABIN ALTITUDE light (if installed and operative) illuminates in flight at an airplane flight altitude above 10,000 feet MSL:

    Don the oxygen masks and set the regulators to 100%

    Establish crew communications

    >>Go to the CABIN ALTITUDE WARNING or Rapid Depressurization checklist on page 2.1

                                       ····

    2. If the intermittent warning horn sounds or a TAKEOFF CONFIG light (if installed and operative) illuminates on the ground when advancing the thrust levers to takeoff thrust:

    Assure correct airplane takeoff configuration
  18. MAXIMUM TAXI WEIGHT
    79,242
  19. MAXIMUM TAKEOFF WEIGHT
    79,015
  20. MAXIMUM LANDING WEIGHT
    66,360
  21. MAXIMUM ZERO FUEL WEIGHT
    62,731
  22. MAX CABIN PRESSURE DIFFERENTIAL
    9.1 PSI
  23. AUTOPILOT USE NOT BELOW ON TAKEOFF
    400 AGL
  24. AUTOLAND LIMITATIONS
    Headwind: 25 knots

    Crosswind: 20 knots

    Tailwind: 15 knots

    3.25 to 2.5 degrees of slope

    Flap 30 or 40 ONLY
  25. APU OPERATING LIMITATIONS
    APU bleed + Electrical load: 10,000 ft.

    APU bleed only: 17,000 ft.

    APU electrical load: 41,000 ft.
  26. FUEL IMBALANCE
    453 KG
  27. ALERT ORDER
    "Attention! All passengers remain seated and await further instructions"
  28. BRACE ORDER
    "BRACE - BRACE - BRACE" (Or flashing seatbelt sign)
  29. CSM SUMMONS
    "CSM to the flight deck, CSM to the flight deck"
  30. DITCHING ORDER
    "Attention! This is a ditching. Follow your crew member's instructions"
  31. ON LAND (AN IMMEDIATE EVACUATION OR UPGRADE ORDER)
    "EVACUATE - EVACUATE - EVACUATE"
  32. SEAT BELTS
    "All passengers and crew be seated and fasten seatbelts"
  33. TURBULANCE
    "All passengers and crew be seated and fasten seatbelts. Immediately!"
  34. ALERT CANCELLATION
    "Ladies and gentlemen, thank you for your co-operation. Remain seated. Cabin crew resume normal duties."
  35. DEPRESSURISATION
    "Cabin crew carry out follow up duties"
  36. EMERGENCY DESCENT
    "Attention! Emergency descent, Emergency descent."

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