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PRIOR TO STARTING ENGINE e.

Throttle - Slowly advance past the engine idle stop


1. Overhead switches and circuit breakers to the engine idle position. Manually check the
a. DC circuit breakers - in except for armament and engine idle stop by attempting to close the throttle.
special equipment. f. Gas Producer Indicator - Check 68 to 72 percent.
b. EXT LTS switches - Set as follows: Hold a very slight pressure against the engine idle
(1) ANTI COLL switch - ON. stop during the check.
(2) POSITION lights switches - As required. 6. INVTR switch - ON
c. MISC switches - Set as follows: 7. Engine and transmission oil pressures - Check.
(1) CARGO REL switch - OFF. a. Engine Oil Pressure:
(2) WIPERS switch - OFF. - Engine Idle: 25 PSI Minimum
(3) CABIN HEATING switches - OFF. - Continuous: 80 to 100 PSI
(4) INST LTG switches - As required. - Maximum: 100 PSI
d. AC POWER controls - Set as follows: b. Transmission Oil Pressure:
(1) PHASE switch - AC. - Minimum: 30 PSI
(2) INVTR switch - OFF. - Continuous: 40 to 60 PSI
e. DC POWER controls - Set as follows: - Maximum: 70 PSI
(1) MAIN GEN switch - ON.
(2) VM selector - ESS BUS. ENGINE RUNUP
(3) NON-ESS BUS switch - As required. 1. Avionics - ON.
(4) STARTER GEN switch - START. 2. STARTER GEN switch - STBY GEN.
(5) BAT switch - ON. 3. Systems - Check as follows:
2. FIRE warning light - Test. a. FUEL.
3. Center pedestal switches - Set as follows: b. Engine.
a. Avionics equipment - Set as desired. c. Transmission.
b. External stores jettison handle - Check. d. Electrical.
c. DISP CONTROL panel - Check. (1) AC - 112 to 118 volts.
d. GOV switch - AUTO. (2) DC - 27 volts at 26°C and above.
e. DE-ICE switch - OFF. 28 volts from 0°C to 26°C.
f. Fuel Switches - ON. 28.5 volts below 0°C.
(1) FUEL switch - ON. 4. Throttle - Set to full. As throttle is increased, the low
(2) START FUEL switch - ON. RPM audio and warning light should be OFF at
g. Caution panel lights - Test and REST. 6100 to 6300 RPM. Check for 6600 RPM.
h. HYD CONT switch - ON. 5. Avionics and flight instruments - Check and set as
i. FORCE TRIM switch - ON. required.
j. CHIP DET switch - BOTH.
4. Flight controls - Check. Free and correct movement of HOVER CHECK
Cyclic and Collective. 1. Engine and transmission instruments - Check.
5. Altimeters - Set to field elevation. 2. Flight Instruments - Check as required.
a. VSI and Altimeter - Check for indication of climb
STARTING ENGINE and descent.
1. Fireguard - Posted if available. b. Slip Indicator - Check ball free in race.
2. Rotor blades - Check clear and untied. c. Magnetic Compass - Check for turn indication left
3. Ignition key lock switch - ON and right.
4. Throttle - Set for start. Position the throttle as near as d. Attitude Indicator - Check for indication of nose
possible (on decrease side) to the engine idle stop. high and low and banks left and right.
5. Engine Start as follows: e. Airspeed Indictor - Check airspeed.
a. Start switch - Press and Hold. Note Start Time, DC 3. Power Check - as required. The power check is
Voltmeter indication. Battery starts can be made when performed by comparing the indicated torque required
voltages less than 24 volts are indicated, provided to hover with the predicted values from performance
the voltage is not below 14 volts when cranking charts.
through 10 percent N1 speed.
→ Maximum starter energize time is 40 seconds
→ Three-minute cooling time between start attempts
→ Three attempts in any ONE hour
b. Main rotor - Check that the main rotor is turning as
N1 reaches 15 percent. If the rotor is NOT turning,
abort the start.
c. START FUEL switch - OFF at 40 percent N1.
d. Start switch - Release at 40 percent N1 or after 40
seconds, whichever occurs first.

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ENGINE SHUT DOWN
NOTE - Steps '3 through 8' are to be completed after the last flight of the day if the system operation was not verified
during the mission.

1. Throttle Engine - Idle for two minutes.


2. FORCE TRIM switch - Check ON.
3. PITOT HTR - Check. Place the PTOT HTR switch in the ON position. Note loadmeter increase, then switch OFF.
4. INVTR switch - OFF. Check for INST INVERTER caution light illumination. Switch to SPARE check caution light
OFF.
5. AC voltmeter - Check 112 to 118 volts.
6. MAIN GEN switch - OFF. The DC GENERATOR caution light should illuminate and the standby generator loadmeter
should indicate a load.
7. NON-ESS BUS - Check as required. If equipment powered by the nonessential bus is installed, accomplish the
following:
a. VM switch - NON-ESS-BUS.
b. NON-ESS-BUS switch - Manual ON, Check DC voltmeter for the same DC volts as in Step 6 above.
c. VM SWITCH - ESS BUS.
8. MAIN GEN switch - ON and Guard Closed. The DC GENERATOR caution light should be out and the main generator
loadmeter should indicate a load.
9. STARTER GEN switch - START.
10. Throttle - OFF.
11. Center Pedestal switches:
a. FUEL switch - OFF.
b. Avionics - OFF.
12. Overhead switches:
a. INVTR switch - OFF.
b. PITOT HTR switch - OFF.
c. EXT LTS - OFF.
d. CABIN HEATING switches - OFF.
e. Indoor Lighting Switches - OFF.
f. BAT switch - OFF.
13. Ignition keylock switch - Remove key as required.