C172S Checklist

March 26, 2018 | Author: Brandonrjo | Category: Flap (Aeronautics), Takeoff, Turbine Engine Failure, Landing Gear, Throttle


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OKLAHOMA WINGNORMAL PROCEDURES PREFLIGHT CHECK .................................................................N-1 BEFORE STARTING ENGINE ..................................................N-4 STARTING ENGINE WITH BATTERY ......................................N-5 STARTING ENGINE WITH EXTERNAL POWER .....................N-6 BEFORE TAXI ...........................................................................N-7 TAXI ...........................................................................................N-7 BEFORE TAKEOFF ..................................................................N-7 NORMAL TAKEOFF..................................................................N-8 SHORT FIELD TAKEOFF .........................................................N-8 ENROUTE CLIMB .....................................................................N-9 CRUISE......................................................................................N-9 DESCENT ..................................................................................N-9 BEFORE LANDING ...................................................................N-9 NORMAL LANDING ................................................................N-10 SHORT FIELD LANDING ........................................................N-10 GO AROUND ...........................................................................N-10 AFTER LANDING ....................................................................N-11 AIRCRAFT SHUTDOWN.........................................................N-12 Civil Air Patrol EMERGENCY PROCEDURES ENGINE FAILURE DURING TAKEOFF ROLL ......................... E-1 ENGINE FAILURE IMMEDIATELY AFTER TAKEOFF ............ E-1 ENGINE FAILURE DURING FLIGHT (RESTART) ................... E-1 EMERGENCY LANDING WITHOUT POWER .......................... E-2 PRECAUTIONARY LANDING WITH POWER.......................... E-2 DITCHING .................................................................................. E-3 ENGINE FIRE DURING START ON GROUND......................... E-4 ENGINE FIRE IN FLIGHT.......................................................... E-5 ELECTRICAL FIRE IN FLIGHT................................................. E-5 CABIN FIRE............................................................................... E-6 WING FIRE ................................................................................ E-6 ICING ......................................................................................... E-7 STATIC SOURCE BLOCKAGE ................................................ E-8 LANDING WITH FLAT MAIN TIRE ........................................... E-8 LANDING WITH FLAT NOSE TIRE .......................................... E-8 AMMETER SHOWS EXCESSIVE CHARGE............................. E-9 LOW VOLTAGE ANNUNCIATOR DURING FLIGHT................ E-9 VACUUM SYSTEM FAILURE ................................................. E-10 Cessna 172S Checklist N917CP 10 January 2010 .........N-1 BEFORE STARTING ENGINE .............................N-5 STARTING ENGINE WITH EXTERNAL POWER ...........N-7 BEFORE TAKEOFF .........N-9 NORMAL LANDING .................................................................................................N-9 DESCENT ......... E-3 ENGINE FIRE DURING START ON GROUND.........................................................................................................................N-8 SHORT FIELD TAKEOFF ...... E-9 VACUUM SYSTEM FAILURE .............N-7 NORMAL TAKEOFF...N-9 CRUISE........................................................N-12 Civil Air Patrol EMERGENCY PROCEDURES ENGINE FAILURE DURING TAKEOFF ROLL .......... E-8 LANDING WITH FLAT MAIN TIRE ............. E-5 CABIN FIRE........... E-2 DITCHING ............................................N-9 BEFORE LANDING ....... E-2 PRECAUTIONARY LANDING WITH POWER..............................................................................................................OKLAHOMA WING NORMAL PROCEDURES PREFLIGHT CHECK ..... E-5 ELECTRICAL FIRE IN FLIGHT................................................................................................................................................................................. E-4 ENGINE FIRE IN FLIGHT.............................................................................................................................................................................................. E-8 LANDING WITH FLAT NOSE TIRE ..................................N-7 TAXI ............................................................................................................ E-1 ENGINE FAILURE DURING FLIGHT (RESTART) ............................................... E-8 AMMETER SHOWS EXCESSIVE CHARGE................................................................N-11 AIRCRAFT SHUTDOWN......................................................................................N-8 ENROUTE CLIMB ........................................................................................................................N-4 STARTING ENGINE WITH BATTERY ...........N-10 GO AROUND ................................................................ E-7 STATIC SOURCE BLOCKAGE .............................................................................................................N-10 SHORT FIELD LANDING ............................ E-1 ENGINE FAILURE IMMEDIATELY AFTER TAKEOFF ............................ E-1 EMERGENCY LANDING WITHOUT POWER ................................................................N-10 AFTER LANDING ................................................... E-6 WING FIRE ........................................... E-6 ICING ............................ E-10 Cessna 172S Checklist N906CP 10 January 2010 ....................................................................... E-9 LOW VOLTAGE ANNUNCIATOR DURING FLIGHT..N-6 BEFORE TAXI ............................................................... since a loose or broken wire or a component malfunction could cause the propeller to rotate. Annunciator Panel Test Switch .DRAIN small amount. Do not stand.ON (Carefully check that pitot tube is warm to touch within 30 seconds) 23. First Aid Kit.REMOVE. OPERATION 14. Hand propped starts are prohibited by CAPR 60-1. Check that appropriate annunciators remain on 19. 6.OFF 26. Fuel Selector Valve .AVAILABLE IN THE AIRPLANE Aircraft Flight Log – ENTER Hobbs and Tach Times Parking Brake . Fuel Sampler. Chocks.EXTEND 22. 2. Survival Kit. 4. Fuel Quantity . sediment and proper fuel grade 5.CHECK 24. or pulling the propeller through by hand. 27. Taxi.CHECK for security of attachment and general condition RIGHT WING Trailing Edge 1. Flaps . Pitot Heat . nor allow anyone else to stand. check opening for blockage Documents (AROW) . SECURE CONTENTS . POSITION and ensure all annunciators illuminate 18. Drained Fuel – RETURN uncontaminated fuel to tank 7.CHECK for security and condition Aileron .CHECK VISUALLY for desired level 6. Pitot Tube Cover.OFF WARNING When turning on the master switch.CHECK freedom of movement and security RIGHT WING 1. Ladder. Key Removed Avionics Master Switch .SET Control Wheel Lock . Rudder Gust Lock (if installed) .CHECK QUANTITY and 10. Fuel Tank Sump Quick Drain Valves . Pitot Heat . Avionics Cooling Fan .CHECK AUDIBLY FOR 13. 2. Tie Down Straps and Ropes. Tail Tie-Down . Nav and Strobe Light – CHECK VISUALLY 2.DISCONNECT 3.ON (Push Full In) 21.DISCONNECT 3. Master Switch .RELEASE.PLACE and HOLD IN TST 17. 3. Static Pressure Alternate Source Valve .CHECK for proper inflation and general condition (38 PSI) 4. using an external power source. Control Surfaces . 7. 1 QT Oil. Baggage Door – CLOSED Lock with Key EMPENNAGE 1. treat the propeller as if the ignition switch were on. Wing Tie-Down . Fuel Filler Cap – SECURE and VENT UNOBSTRUCTED NORMAL PROCEDURES N-1 N-2 CESSNA 172S CHECKLIST . Pulse Lights . check for water. ENSURE LOW FUEL ANNUNCIATORS (L LOW FUEL R) ARE EXTINGUISHED 11. Trim Tab . Fuel Shutoff Valve . 8. Avionics Master Switch .CESSNA 172S CHECKLIST NORMAL PROCEDURES PREFLIGHT INSPECTION CABIN 1. Landing.ON 9.Tow Bar. Stobe.REMOVE 2. Main Wheel Tire . Baggage Compartment – INVENTORY. Fuel Quantity Indicators . Master Switch . Pitot Tube Cover . Cleaning Materials. Annunciator Panel Switch . within the arc of the propeller. Antennas . Flap . Nav.REMOVE Ignition Switch – OFF.CHECK freedom of movement and security 4.BOTH 20.OFF 16.OFF 25.ON 12. Avionics Master Switch .CHECK security 5. 5. Landing/Taxi Light Bulbs.OFF 15. Beacon. Avionics Control Lock. Air Filter .DRAIN small amount.ON NORMAL PROCEDURES N-3 N-4 CESSNA 172S CHECKLIST .CHECK for security and condition BEFORE STARTING ENGINE 1.CHECK for stoppage LEFT WING 1. DO NOT RESET THE CIRCUIT BREAKER IF THERE IS A RELATED MAINTENANCE MALFUNCTION 11.SECURE 5.CHECK IN CAUTION IF A CIRCUIT BREAKER IS NOT SET. Aileron .COMPLETE Chocks. Tiedowns. Fuel Tank Sump Quick Drain Valves .CHECK for condition and cleanliness of cover 5. and Tow Bar – RECHECK REMOVED Passenger Briefing . Preflight Inspection . 5.OFF CAUTION THE AVIONICS MASTER SWITCH MUST BE OFF DURING ENGINE START TO PREVENT POSSIBLE DAMAGE TO AVIONICS 8. Fuel Filler Cap . Fuel Tank Vent Opening . Avionics Master Switch .BOTH 10.CHECK for proper inflation of strut and general condition of tire (45 PSI) 7. 2.CHECK for stoppage Stall Warning Opening .CLEAR of obstructions 4. Main Wheel Tire . Engine Oil Dipstick/Filler Cap . Left Static Source Opening .DISCONNECT Landing/Taxi Lights . check for water. 2.CHECK for stoppage Wing Tie-Down .COMPLETE Seat Belt Usage Emergency Egress procedures Fire Extinguisher Location Fire on Start Procedures Sterile Cockpit during Critical Phases of Flight No Tobacco Use Crew Comfort Items 4. Nav and Strobe Light – CHECK VISUALLY LEFT WING Trailing Edge 1.OFF 9. then check dipstick/filler cap SECURE. sediment and proper fuel grade 2. Propeller and spinner . 6. Autopilot (if installed) . Drained Fuel – RETURN uncontaminated fuel to tank 4. DO NOT RESET THE CIRCUIT BREAKER IF THERE IS A RELATED MAINTENANCE MALFUNCTION 7. Do not operate with less than 5 quarts.CHECK for nicks and security 5. Fuel Strainer Quick Drain Valve (bottom of fuselage) DRAIN small amount. Engine Cooling Air Inlets .CESSNA 172S CHECKLIST NORMAL PROCEDURES NOSE 1. 3. Rotating Beacon . Nose wheel Strut and Tire . Belts.ON (Push Full In) CAUTION IF A CIRCUIT BREAKER IS NOT SET.CHECK freedom of movement and security Flap . Seats.TEST and SET Circuit Breakers . Fuel Selector Valve . check for water.CHECK for proper inflation and general condition (38 PSI) LEFT WING Leading Edge 1. Fuel Shutoff Valve . 4. Electrical Equipment. 2. Avionics Circuit Breakers .CHECK VISUALLY for desired level 3.CHECK oil level. sediment and proper fuel grade 2. Shoulder Harnesses . Fuel Quantity . Fill to 8 quarts for extended flight 3.CHECK IN 12. 3.ADJUST and LOCK Brakes .CHECK for restrictions by dust 6. ON as required Avionics Master Switch . 4. 2.ON as required Avionics Master Switch . 11. Auxiliary Fuel Pump Switch – OFF NOTE If engine is warm. When engine fires.ON Auxiliary Fuel Pump Switch . then return to IDLE CUT OFF Position NORMAL PROCEDURES N-5 N-6 CESSNA 172S CHECKLIST . 13.ON STARTING ENGINE (With External Power) 1.START (RELEASE when engine starts) 9.OPEN 1/4 INCH Mixture .ADVANCE smoothly to RICH when engine fires NOTE If engine floods.CONNECT to airplane receptacle Master Switch . 14. advance mixture to full rich and retard throttle promptly 11. 15. 13.ON 1.ON Mixture .ON Auxiliary Fuel Pump Switch . turn off auxiliary fuel pump.CHECK DISENGAGED Ammeter . 7. advance mixture to full rich and retard throttle promptly 10. 7 and 8 above 9. 3.ON Radios . Oil Pressure . 16. When engine fires.IDLE CUT OFF Propeller Area .CHECK Starter . place mixture in idle cut off.IDLE CUT OFF Propeller Area . Mixture . Mixture .ADVANCE smoothly to RICH when engine fires NOTE If engine floods. 12. 6 and 7 above 8.ON Radios .CLEAR Master Switch .ADVANCE until fuel flow starts to rise. Ignition Switch .DISCONNECT from airplane receptacle Navigation Lights .CHECK Starter . and crank the engine.CHECK External Power . 14. omit priming procedure of steps 5. 17.ON Mixture .ADVANCE until fuel flow starts to rise. 8.START (RELEASE when engine starts) 10.CHECK Navigation Lights .CHECK DISENGAGED Ammeter . open throttle 1/2 to full. 15.CLEAR External Power . turn off auxiliary fuel pump. 6. open throttle 1/2 t o full. and crank the engine.CESSNA 172S CHECKLIST NORMAL PROCEDURES STARTING ENGINE (With Battery) Throttle .OPEN 1/4 INCH Mixture . 4. 12. place mixture in idle cut off. Ignition Switch . Oil Pressure . 5. 2. 5. then return to IDLE CUT OFF position 7. 3. omit priming procedure of steps 6. 6. Auxiliary Fuel Pump Switch – OFF NOTE If engine is warm. Throttle . Movement should stop. Engine – LEAN for Taxi BEFORE TAKEOFF 1. Right trim switch up and hold for 5 seconds. Suction Gage – CHECK c. FLIGHT CONTROLS – MOVE (Make sure that the autopilot can be overpowered in both axes. 8.CHECK Cross Wind Controls – APPLY 12. Takeoff Emergencies Briefing – COMPLETE ENGINE FAILURE OR SYSTEM MALFUNCTION • Before Vr: Stop Aircraft on Runway • After Vr: Land on remaining runway or straight ahead with only small turns. 18. 7. Engine Instruments and Ammeter – CHECK Annunciator Panel – No annunciators illuminated Throttle – CHECK IDLE Throttle – 1000 RPM or LESS Throttle Friction Lock – ADJUST Pulse Light and Strobe Lights – ON/AS DESIRED Radios and Avionics . 16. watch for nose up movement. no movement b. Autopilot – ON (KLN-89/94 AUTOPILOT) a. A/P DISC/TRIM INT Switch – PUSH (Make sure that the autopilot disengages. Press and hold TRIM INTERUPT/AUTOPILOT DISCONNECT Switch. Repeat for down position. 14. 21. Release disconnect switch and look for movement to resume 2. 6. 11. 20. no movement and “PT” light on KAP 140. 5. 10. Flaps as necessary to slow touchdown speed 24. Flaps – RETRACT 4. Make sure that the disengagement warning sound is heard. Magnetos – CHECK (RPM drop should not exceed 150 RPM on either magneto or 50 RPM differential between magnetos) b. c.REVIEW TAXI 1.CESSNA 172S CHECKLIST NORMAL PROCEDURES BEFORE TAXI 1. 9. 17. b. Both trim switches up. watch for nose down movement. Brakes – RELEASE NORMAL PROCEDURES N-7 N-8 CESSNA 172S CHECKLIST . Autopilot – Confirm OFF 3.SET Transponder – Set Code and ALT NAV/GPS Switch – SET Autopilot – OFF Wing Flaps – SET for Takeoff Takeoff Checklist . c. Both trim switches down. 4. 2. Parking Brake – SER Passenger Seat Backs – MOST UPRIGHT POSITION Seats and Seat Belts – CHECK SECURE Cabin Doors – CLOSED and LOCKED Flight Controls – FREE and CORRECT Flight Instruments – CHECK and SET Fuel Quantity – CHECK Mixture – RICH Fuel Selector Valve – RECHECK BOTH Elevator Trim – SET for Takeoff Throttle – 1800 RPM a. 19. 22. Brakes . 15. 2. 3. Left trim switch up and down. 3. Manual Electric Trim (MET) – CHECK (KLN-94 AUTOPILOT ONLY) a. 23.CHECK Nose Wheel Steering . d.REVIEWED Vr 55 KIAS Vx 62 KIAS Vy 74 KIAS Best Glide 70 KIAS • Heading/Altitude After Takeoff . 13. SECURE and LOCKED 3. 3.RICH (Above 3000 feet. Autopilot (if installed) .2100-2700 RPM (no more than 75% is recommended) 2. Power . 2.FULL OPEN Mixture – RICH (above 3000 feet. Fuel Selector Valve .SLIGHTLY TAIL LOW Climb Speed .CESSNA 172S CHECKLIST NORMAL PROCEDURES TAKEOFF NORMAL TAKEOFF 1. 3.56 KIAS (Until all obstacles are cleared) BEFORE LANDING 1. Power . 7. LEAN to obtain maximum RPM) Elevator Control .Adjust 3. Seat and Seat Belts . Mixture .BOTH Short Field Takeoff 1. Mixture . LEAN to obtain MAX RPM) NORMAL PROCEDURES N-9 N-10 CESSNA 172S CHECKLIST . 6.70-85 KIAS Throttle . LEAN to obtain MAX RPM) Brakes . Wing Flaps .LEAN DESCENT 1.RICH (Above 3000 feet.AS DESIRED 2. Elevator Trim . Undercarriage . 5.ON 7.FULL OPEN Mixture .FULL OPEN Mixture .MOST UPRIGHT POSITION 2.RELEASE Elevator Control . Pilot and Passenger Seat Backs . 5. Wing Flaps .LIFT NOSE WHEEL (at 55 KIAS) Climb Speed – 70-80 KIAS CRUISE 1. 2. Landing/Taxi Lights . 4.APPLY Throttle .RICH 6. Mixture . 3. 2.0º-10º Throttle .ADJUST for smooth operation 3.10º Brakes . Airspeed .OFF ENROUTE CLIMB 1.CHECK 5. Fuel Selector Valve .BOTH 4. 4. Record Hobbs and Tach 18. Pulse Lights – OFF Avionics Master Switch. Airspeed – 60-70 KIAS (Flaps DOWN) 4. 4.MINIMUM REQUIRED AIRCRAFT SHUTDOWN 1.Retract to 20° Climb Speed .AS DESIRED (0º-10º below 110 KIAS. 11. 5. Parking brake – SET Throttle – 1000 RPM Transponder – STBY. Strobe. 6. code 1200 VHF Comm 121. 2. 6.MAIN WHEELS FIRST 5.FULL OPEN Wing Flaps . FUEL USED and DISCREPANCIES Short Field Landing 1. 3.10º (until obstacles are cleared). Contact Flight Release Officer – REPORT TIMES. Throttle .CESSNA 172S CHECKLIST NORMAL PROCEDURES LANDING Normal Landing 1. Airspeed . 14. 13. Electrical Equipment. 10.5 – CHECK for ELT Nav. 3. Touchdown . Aircraft Flight Time Log – COMPLETED. Flight Plan – CLOSED 17. 15.65-75 KIAS (Flaps UP) Wing Flaps . 2.65-75 KIAS (Flaps UP) 2.RETRACT GO AROUND 1. 7.LOWER NOSE WHEEL GENTLY 6. 10º-30º below 85 KIAS) 3. Landing Roll . RETRACT (after reaching a safe altitude and 65 KIAS) AFTER LANDING 1.MAIN WHEELS FIRST Brakes .61 KIAS (until flare) Power .UP 2. 4. 5.REDUCE to Idle after clearing obstacle) Touchdown .60 KIAS Wing Flaps . 3. 4. Wing Flaps . Airspeed .APPLY HEAVILY Wing Flaps . Braking . Wing Flaps .FULL DOWN (30º) Airspeed . 7. 9. 8. 12. – OFF Mixture – IDLE CUT-OFF Throttle – IDLE Ignition Switch – OFF Master Switch – OFF Fuel Selector Valve – RIGHT Avionics Control Lock – INSTALL Pitot Tube Cover – INSTALL Chocks – INSTALL Parking Brake – RELEASE Aircraft Doors and Baggage Compartment – LOCKED 16. 2. Engine – LEAN for Taxi NORMAL PROCEDURES N-11 N-12 CESSNA 172S CHECKLIST . 4. AIRSPEED . 8. 6. 7.UNLATCH PRIOR TO TOUCHDOWN Touchdown .OFF Master Switch . 3.OFF Wing Flaps . THROTTLE . 2. 9.APPLY Wing Flaps .OFF Wing Flaps . 8. 8. 2. then retract flaps upon reaching a safe altitude and airspeed Avionics Master Switch and Electrical Switches .OFF Brakes . 4.AS REQUIRED (30° recommended) Master Switch .OFF (Pull full out) Ignition Switch . 5. 6.20° Selected Field .70 KIAS (FLAPS UP) 65 KIAS (FLAPS DOWN) Mixture .SECURE AIRSPEED .SECURE Airspeed .RETRACT Mixture . 11. 10.68 KIAS FUEL SHUTOFF VALVE . AIRSPEED .STRAIGHT AHEAD PRECAUTIONARY LANDING WITH ENGINE POWER 1. 5. 11. 6.IDLE CUT-OFF Ignition Switch .65 KIAS Master Switch .SLIGHTLY TAIL LOW Brakes .APPLY HEAVILY ENGINE FAILURE DURING FLIGHT (RESTART PROCEDURES) 1. 5.OFF Cabin Door . 2.IN (PUSH FULL IN) FUEL SELECTOR VALVE .OFF (when landing is assured) Doors .OFF Doors .FLY OVER. 9. 3.OFF (Pull full out) Ignition Switch . 3.65 KIAS Wing Flaps .30° (on final approach) Airspeed . 13.IDLE BRAKES . EMERGENCY PROCEDURES E-1 E-2 CESSNA 172S CHECKLIST . 3. 4.OFF EMERGENCY LANDING WITHOUT ENGINE POWER 1.IDLE CUT-OFF Fuel Shutoff Valve .SLIGHTLY TAIL LOW Ignition Switch . 2. 5. 3.MOST UPRIGHT POSITION Seat and Seat Belts .AS REQUIRED Master Switch . 5.ON MIXTURE . 6. Passenger Seat Backs .APPLY HEAVILY ENGINE FAILURE IMMEDIATELY AFTER TAKEOFF 1. noting terrain and obstructions. 4.70 KIAS (Flaps UP) 65 KIAS (Flaps DOWN) Mixture . 12. 2.IDLE CUT-OFF Fuel Shutoff Valve . 7. 7.CESSNA 172S CHECKLIST EMERGENCY PROCEDURES EMERGENCY CHECKLIST FORCED LANDINGS ENGINE FAILURES ENGINE FAILURE DURING TAKEOFF ROLL 1. 4.MOST UPRIGHT POSITION Seat and Seat Belts .UNLATCHED Land .RICH (IF RESTART HAS NOT OCCURRED) Ignition Switch .UNLATCH PRIOR TO TOUCHDOWN Touchdown .BOTH (or START if propeller is stopped) 6.BOTH AUXILIARY FUEL PUMP SWITCH .OFF Wing Flaps . Passenger Seat Backs . 10. RELEASE Airplane . CRANKING . 13.ACTIVATE Airplane .SECURE a. 12. Power . 2. If necessary.CONTINUE to get a start which would suck the flames and accumulated fuel into the engine.SHUTDOWN and inspect for damage If engine fails to start: 4. 5. 14. 13. Heavy Seas .High Winds.CUSHION at touchdown with folded coat ELT .SECURE or JETTISON Passenger Seat Backs .LEVEL ATTITUDE AT ESTABLISHED RATE OF DESCENT Face . 6. 9.CONTINUE FUEL SHUTOFF VALVE . approach at 65 KIAS with flaps up or at 60 KIAS with 10° Flaps 7. open window and flood cabin to equalize pressure so doors can be opened Life Vests and Raft – INFLATE WHEN CLEAR OF AIRPLANE FIRES DURING START ON GROUND 1.FULL OPEN MIXTURE .INTO THE WIND Light Winds.5. EMERGENCY PROCEDURES E-3 E-4 CESSNA 172S CHECKLIST . 12. 10.20° to 30° Power .OFF b.EVACUATE through cabin doors.OFF Fire Extinguisher .IDLE CUT-OFF CRANKING . Master Switch . wool blanket. 9.MOST UPRIGHT POSITION Seat and Seat Belts . 11.ACTIVATE Engine .TRANSMIT MAYDAY on 121. If the engine starts: 2.1800 RPM for a few minutes Engine .UNLATCH Touchdown . Ignition Switch .EVACUATE Fire . giving location and intentions and SQUAWK 7700 Heavy Objects (in baggage area) . 3. Heavy Swells .EXTINGUISH using fire extinguisher. 4. or dirt Fire Damage – INSPECT 8. 5.ESTABLISH 300 FT/MIN DESCENT AT 55 KIAS NOTE If no power is available.OFF (PULL FULL OUT) AUXILIARY FUEL PUMP . Approach . 3.PARALLEL TO SWELLS Cabin Doors . 7. 6. 11. Radio . 10. THROTTLE .CESSNA 172S CHECKLIST EMERGENCY PROCEDURES DITCHING 1. 8.SECURE Wing Flaps .OFF Parking Brake . OFF Avionics Master Switch .OFF MASTER SWITCH . 4.OFF Cabin Heat and Air .CLOSED FIRE EXTINGUISHER .100 KIAS (If fire is not extinguished.ON Circuit Breakers . 3. do not reset Radio Switches .which will provide an incombustible mixture) Forced Landing . 10.OFF WARNING AFTER DISCHARGING FIRE EXTINGUISHER AND ASCERTAINING THAT FIRE HAS BEEN EXTINGUISHED.ON one at a time.OFF PITOT HEAT SWITCH .EXECUTE (as described in Emergency Landing Without Engine Power) CABIN FIRE 1. 4. 3. VENTILATE THE CABIN 6. 8. 2. MASTER SWITCH .CHECK for faulty circuit.OFF STROBE LIGHT SWITCH . MIXTURE .within airspeed limitations .CESSNA 172S CHECKLIST EMERGENCY PROCEDURES ENGINE FIRE IN FLIGHT 1. 5. 2.OFF NAVIGATION LIGHT SWITCH . 9. 11.IDLE CUT-OFF FUEL SHUTOFF VALVE . VENTILATE THE CABIN 7. MASTER SWITCH . Vents/Cabin Air/Cabin Heat – OPEN when it is ascertained that the fire is completely extinguished 4. 6. Land as soon as possible using flaps only as required for final approach and touchdown EMERGENCY PROCEDURES E-5 E-6 CESSNA 172S CHECKLIST . increase glide speed to find an airspeed .ON Radio/Electrical Switches . with delay after each until short circuit is localized NOTE Perform a sideslip to keep the flames away from the fuel tank and cabin. LANDING/TAXI LIGHT SWITCHES .OFF If fire has been extinguished and electrical power is necessary for continuance of flight to nearest airport or landing area: 7. 2. 2. 5.ACTIVATE WARNING AFTER DISCHARGING FIRE EXTINGUISHER AND ASCERTAINING THAT FIRE HAS BEEN EXTINGUISHED.OFF (PULL FULL OUT) AUXILIARY FUEL PUMP . 4. ELECTRICAL FIRE IN FLIGHT 1.OFF All Other Switches (except ignition switch) . 3.OFF VENTS/CABIN AIR/HEAT .OFF (except overhead vents) Airspeed . Master Switch . Vents/Cabin Air/Cabin Heat – OPEN when it is ascertained that the fire is completely extinguished Land the airplane as soon as possible to inspect for damage WING FIRE 1. 5.OFF VENTS/CABIN AIR/HEAT .CLOSED FIRE EXTINGUISHER – ACTIVATE Avionics Master Switch . 3. ice completely blocking the fuel injection air reference tubes.CESSNA 172S CHECKLIST EMERGENCY PROCEDURES ICING INADVERTENT ICING ENCOUNTER 1.NORMAL Flaps . 2. Adjust mixture. Airspeed . select a suitable “off airport” landing site With an ice accumulation of 1/4 inch or more on the wing leading edges. be prepared for significantly higher stall speed Leave wing flaps retracted. hold airplane off flat tire as long as possible with aileron control 4. Open left window and. 2. the change in wing wake airflow direction caused by wing flap extension could result in a loss of elevator effectiveness. LANDING WITH A FLAT NOSE TIRE 1. Touchdown .As required Touchdown . Approach . STATIC PRESSURE ALTERNATE SOURCE VALVE PULL ON 2. 3. This may require to either advancing or retarding the throttle. for improved visibility. Wing Flaps . for maximum RPM Plan a landing at the nearest airport. dependent on where ice has accumulated in the system. 5.ON MAINS.GOOD TIRE FIRST. With an extremely rapid ice build-up. Directional Control . 11. if practical. 8. as required. With a severe ice build-up on the horizontal tail. or in extremely rare instances.NORMAL 2. Approach at 65 to 75 KIAS depending upon the amount of the accumulation Perform a landing in level attitude STATIC SOURCE BLOCKAGE (Erroneous Instrument Reading Suspected) 1.MAINTAIN using brake on good wheel as required 4.Consult appropriate calibration tables in sec 5 LANDING WITH A FLAT MAIN TIRE 1. 4. maintain full up elevator as airplane slows to stop 7. 6.30º 3. Adjust cabin air control to get maximum defroster heat and airflow Watch for signs of engine-related icing conditions. Change the throttle position to obtain maximum RPM. 3. An unexplained loss in engine speed could be caused by ice blocking the air intake filter. scrape ice from the portion of the windshield for visibility in the landing approach Perform a landing approach using a forward slip. 10. Approach . EMERGENCY PROCEDURES E-7 E-8 CESSNA 172S CHECKLIST . 9. hold nose wheel off the ground as long as possible When nose wheel touches down. if necessary. TURN PITOT HEAT SWITCH ON TURN BACK OR CHANGE ALTITUDE to obtain an outside air temperature that is less conducive to icing PULL CABIN HEAT CONTROL FULL OUT AND OPEN DEFROSTER OULETS to obtain maximum windshield defroster airflow. CHECK to ensure vacuum within normal operating limits E-9 E-10 CESSNA 172S CHECKLIST . 3.OFF Flight .CHECK OFF .OFF CAUTION 1. Nonessential Electrical Equipment .ON If Low-Voltage Light illuminates again: 7.OFF CAUTION WITH THE ALTERNATOR SIDE OF THE MASTER SWITCH OFF. Alternator . VACUUM GAUGE .OFF Alternator Circuit Breaker – CHECK IN Master Switch .OFF Flight . 2.CONTINUED ON PAGE E-10 EMERGENCY PROCEDURES Left Vacuum or Right Vacuum Annunciator light (L VAC R) illuminates CAUTION IF VACUUM IS NOT WITHIN NORMAL OPERATING LIMITS. Avionics Master Switch .CESSNA 172S CHECKLIST EMERGENCY PROCEDURES ELECTRICAL POWER SUPPLY SYSTEM MALFUNCTIONS AMMETER SHOWS EXCESSIVE RATE OF CHARGE (Full Scale Deflection) LOW-VOLTAGE ANNUNCIATOR (CONTINUED) 6.TERMINATE as soon as practical VACUUM SYSTEM FAILURE LOW-VOLTAGE ANNUNCIATOR (VOLTS) ILLUMINATES DURING FLIGHT (Ammeter Indicates Discharge) NOTE Illumination of “VOLTS” on the annunciator panel may occur during low RPM conditions with an electrical load on the system such as during a low RPM taxi. A FAILURE HAS OCCURRED IN THE VACCUM SYSTEM AND PARTIAL PANEL PROCEDURES MAY BE REQUIRED FOR CONTINUED FLIGHT 1. Avionics Master Switch .TERMINATE as soon as practical 2. COMPASS DEVIATIONS OF AS MUCH AS 25º MAY OCCUR 8. 4. 3.ON Low Voltage Annunciator . 5.OFF (both sides) Master Switch . Under these conditions. The master switch need not be recycled since an overvoltage condition has not occurred to deactivate the alternator system 1. 9. COMPASS DEVIATIONS OF AS MUCH AS 25º MAY OCCUR WITH THE ALTERNATOR SIDE OF THE MASTER SWITCH OFF. Nonessential Radio and Electrical Equipment . Alternator . the light will go out at higher RPM.
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