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  1. 1.)   The PTU operates automatically when all of the following conditions exist?
    • 1.)    Sys. B engine-driven pump pressure drops below limits
    • 2.)    Airborne
    • 3.)   - Flaps < 15, but not up [-700W]
    •        - Flaps not up {-800W}

    (FRM, 13-6)
  2. 2.) Takeoff Configuration warning activates if?
    • 1. Trailing edge flaps are not in the flaps 1 through 25 takeoff range, or
    • 2. Trailing edge flaps are in a skew or asymmetry condition, or have uncommanded motion, or
    • 3. Leading edge devices are not configured for takeoff or have uncommanded motion, or
    • 4. Speed brake lever is not in the DOWN position, or
    • 5. Spoiler control valve is open providing pressurized hydraulic fluid to the ground spoiler interlock valve, or
    • 6. Parking brake is set, or
    • 7. Stabilizer trim not set in the takeoff range

    (FRM, 15-16)
  3. 3.) The LGTU operates when all of the following conditions exist?
    • ● Airborne.
    • ● No. 1 engine RPM drops below a limit value.
    • ● Landing gear lever is positioned UP.
    • ● Either main landing gear is not up and locked.

    (FRM, 13-6)
  4. 4.) When is the PSEU light inhibited?
    • ● In flight
    • ● When the thrust levers are advanced toward takeoff power
    • ● For 30 seconds after landing

    (FRM, 15-17)
  5. 5.) The PSEU monitors which systems?
    • 1 - Takeoff configuration warnings
    • 2 - Landing configurations warnings
    • 3 - Landing gear
    • 4 - Air/ground sensing

    (FRM, 15-17)
  6. 6.) Systems with dual channel fault annunciations?
    • “GSPAM”
    •                 1 - GPS
    •                 2 - Speed Trim
    •                 3 - PSEU
    •                 4 - Auto Slat
    •                 5 - Mach Trim

    (Carl McDaniel’s gouge, 2.0)
  7. 7.) What 2 things will cause the standby hydraulic pump to turn on automatically?
    • 1.) Loss of system A or B when:
    •      - Flaps extended, &
    •      - Airborne, or wheel speed greater than 60 kt &
    •      - FLT CONTROL switch A or B Hydraulic System ON

     2.)  The main PCU Force Fight Monitor (FFM) trips

    (FRM, 13-7)
  8. 8 .) What are the 2 ways one can turn ON the standby hydraulic pump, MANUALLY?
    • 1.) Positioning either FLT CONTROL switch to STBY RUD:
    • 2.) Positioning the ALTERNATE FLAPS master switch to ARM,

    (FRM, 13-7)
  9. 9.) What happens if the APU Fire Warning switch is pulled?
    “BAG Da Fire”

    • 1. Bleed air valve closes
    • 2. Arms the APU fire extinguisher bottle squib.      
    • 3. Gen breaker trips

    4. APU air inlet Door closes

    • 5. Fuel solenoid deactivated & closes the APU fuel shutoff valve
    • (Also allows APU Fire warning switch to be rotated & serves as backup for auto shut-down)

    (FRM-700/800; 8-2)
  10. 10 .) What happens if the Eng. Fire Warning switch is pulled?
    “Grab Da Fire Handle”

    • 1. Generator control relay and breaker closed.
    • 2. Reverser disabled
    • 3. Arms one discharge squib on each engine fire extinguisher.
    • 4. Bleed air valve closes.

    5. Deactivates engine driven hydraulic pump LOW PRESSURE light.

    6. Fuel shutoff valves, eng. & spar closed

    7. Hydraulic Shutoff valve closed

    (Also allows engine fire switch to rotate)

    (FRM-700/800; 8-2)
  11. 11.) What are the 3 ways you can shut down the APU manually from the cockpit?
    • 1. Turn off the APU master switch
    • 2. Turn off the Battery switch
    • 3. Pull the APU fire switch on the overheat/fire panel

    (The APU can also be shut down manually by pulling the APU fire control handle on the APU ground control panel in the Rt. main wheel well.)

    (FRM -700/800, 7-31)
  12. 12.) What conditions will cause the APU to shutdown automatically?
    “HELA - OFF”

    • 1. High oil Temp
    • 2. EGT Exceedance
    • 3. Low oil pressure
    • 4. APU Fire

    • 5. Overspeed condition
    • 6. Fuel Control Unit failure
    • 7. System Faults

     

    (FRM -700/800, 7-32)
  13. 13.) What 4 things does the Standby Hydraulic System power?
    • 1. Thrust Reversers
    • 2. Rudder
    • 3. Leading edge flaps & slats (extend only)
    • 4. Standby yaw damper

    (FRM -700/800, 13-7)
  14. 14.) What does VVMI  stand for?
    • - Verbalize
    • - Verify
    • - Monitor
    • - Intervene 

    (AOM, 3-6)
  15. 15.) The following lights illuminate in the flight deck on standby power:
    • - Standby magnetic compass light
    • - Emergency instrument flood lights
    • - Dome lt. on captain's side of flt. deck

    Emergency Lighting Systems, Aerosim slides

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