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1 Quick Action Index 767 Quick Reference Handbook Quick Action Index Aborted Engine Start Airspeed Unreliable APU FIRE CABIN ALTITUDE Dual Engine Failure ENGINE FIRE Engine Limit or Surge or Stall Engine Severe Damage or Separation 8.2 Engine Tailpipe Fire Evacuation... Back Cover.2 Rapid Depressurization Smoke, Fire or Fumes February 18, 2008 QA.Index.1

2 Quick Reference Handbook - Quick Action Index Intentionally Blank QA.Index.2 February 18, 2008

3 EICAS Messages EICAS Messages Chapter EICAS Index Section Index A ACCESS DOORS AFT CABIN TEMP AFT CARGO DOOR AFT CARGO FIRE AFT CARGO OVHT AFT FUEL X-FEED AILERON LOCKOUT AIR/GND SYS ALT CALLOUTS ALT DISAGREE ALTITUDE ALERT ANTISKID OFF ANTISKID APU BLEED VAL APU BTL APU FAULT APU FIRE APU FUEL VAL APU GEN OFF ATC FAULT ATT DISAGREE AUTO SPEEDBRAKE AUTOBRAKES AUTOPILOT DISC AUTOPILOT August 19, 2009 EICAS.Index.1

4 EICAS.Index.2 AUTOTHROT DISC B BATTERY OFF BODY DUCT LEAK BRAKE SOURCE BULK CARGO DOOR BULK CARGO OVHT C C BLD ISLN VAL C DEM HYD OVHT C HYD 1 OVHT C HYD 2 OVHT C HYD DEM PUMP C HYD PRIM C HYD PRIM C HYD QTY C HYD SYS PRESS C HYD SYS PRESS C HYD SYS PRESS C IRS DC FAIL C IRS FAULT C IRS ON DC C TAIL HYD VAL C WING HYD VAL CABIN ALTITUDE CABIN AUTO INOP CAPT PITOT EICAS.Index.2 August 19, 2009

5 EICAS.Index.3 CARGO BTL CARGO BTL CARGO DOORS CTR L FUEL PUMP CTR R FUEL PUMP E E/E ACCESS DOOR EICAS CONT PNL EICAS DISPLAY EMER DOORS EMER DOORS EMER LIGHTS ENG BTL ENG BTL ENGINE CONTROLS F F/O PITOT FIRE/OVHT SYS FLAP LD RELIEF FLAPS FLT CONT VALS FLT DECK TEMP FMC MESSAGE FUEL CONFIG FUEL JET NOZ FWD ACCESS DOOR FWD CABIN TEMP August 19, 2009 EICAS.Index.3

6 EICAS.Index.4 FWD CARGO DOOR FWD CARGO FIRE FWD CARGO OVHT FWD EQPT COOLING FWD EQPT OVHT FWD EQPT SMOKE FWD EQPT VAL FWD FUEL X-FEED G GEAR DISAGREE GEAR DOORS GEAR NOT DOWN GND PROX SYS GPS I IAS DISAGREE IDLE DISAGREE INSTR SWITCH L L AC BUS OFF L AFT EMER DOOR L AFT ENTRY DOOR L AFT FUEL PUMP L AOA PROBE L AUX PITOT L BLD DUCT LEAK L BLD ISLN VAL EICAS.Index.4 August 19, 2009

7 EICAS.Index.5 L BUS ISOLATED L CTR ENT DOOR L DEM HYD OVHT L DRAG BRACE L EMER DOOR L ENG ANTI-ICE L ENG BLD OVHT L ENG BLEED OFF L ENG CONTROL L ENG CONTROL L ENG EEC MODE L ENG FUEL FILT L ENG FUEL VAL L ENG HPSOV L ENG LIM PROT L ENG LOW IDLE L ENG OIL PRESS L ENG OVHT L ENG PRV L ENG RPM LIM L ENG SHUTDOWN L ENG STARTER L ENGINE FIRE L ENTRY DOORS L FMC FAIL L FUEL JET PUMP L FUEL SPAR VAL L FUEL SYS PRESS August 19, 2009 EICAS.Index.5

8 EICAS.Index.6 L FWD EMER DOOR L FWD ENT DOOR L FWD FUEL PUMP L FWD WINDOW L GEN DRIVE L GEN OFF L GPS L HYD DEM PUMP L HYD PRIM PUMP L HYD QTY L HYD SYS PRESS L HYD SYS PRESS L HYD SYS PRESS L IRS DC FAIL L IRS FAULT L IRS ON DC L JET XFER VALVE L OIL FILTER L OIL FILTER L PACK OFF L PACK TEMP L PRIM HYD OVHT L RECIR FAN L REV ISLN VAL L SIDE BRACE L SIDE WINDOW L STARTER CUTOUT L STRUT DCT LEAK EICAS.Index.6 August 19, 2009

9 EICAS.Index.7 L TAIL HYD VAL L UTIL BUS OFF L WING ANTI-ICE L WING HYD VAL L YAW DAMPER LE SLAT ASYM LE SLAT DISAGREE LOW FUEL M MAIN BAT DISCH MID CABIN TEMP N NOSE A/G SYS O OVERSPEED P PARKING BRAKE PARKING BRAKE PASS OXYGEN ON PROBE HEAT R R AC BUS OFF R AFT EMER DOOR R AFT ENTRY DOOR R AFT FUEL PUMP R AOA PROBE August 19, 2009 EICAS.Index.7

10 EICAS.Index.8 R AUX PITOT R BLD DUCT LEAK R BLD ISLN VAL R BUS ISOLATED R CTR ENT DOOR R DEM HYD OVHT R DRAG BRACE R EMER DOOR R ENG ANTI-ICE R ENG BLD OVHT R ENG BLEED OFF R ENG CONTROL R ENG CONTROL R ENG EEC MODE R ENG FUEL FILT R ENG FUEL VAL R ENG HPSOV R ENG LIM PROT R ENG LOW IDLE R ENG OIL PRESS R ENG OVHT R ENG PRV R ENG RPM LIM R ENG SHUTDOWN R ENG STARTER R ENGINE FIRE R ENTRY DOORS R FMC FAIL EICAS.Index.8 August 19, 2009

11 EICAS.Index.9 R FUEL JET PUMP R FUEL SPAR VAL R FUEL SYS PRESS R FWD EMER DOOR R FWD ENT DOOR R FWD FUEL PUMP R FWD WINDOW R GEN DRIVE R GEN OFF R GPS R HYD DEM PUMP R HYD PRIM PUMP R HYD QTY R HYD SYS PRESS R HYD SYS PRESS R HYD SYS PRESS R IRS DC FAIL R IRS FAULT R IRS ON DC R JET XFER VALVE R OIL FILTER R OIL FILTER R PACK OFF R PACK TEMP R PRIM HYD OVHT R RECIR FAN R REV ISLN VAL R SIDE BRACE August 19, 2009 EICAS.Index.9

12 EICAS.Index.10 R SIDE WINDOW R STARTER CUTOUT R STRUT DCT LEAK R TAIL HYD VAL R UTIL BUS OFF R WING ANTI-ICE R WING HYD VAL R YAW DAMPER RAT UNLOCKED RSV BRAKE VAL RUDDER RATIO S SPEEDBRAKES EXT SPOILERS SPOILERS STAB TRIM STABILIZER STANDBY BUS OFF T TAILSKID TAT PROBE TCAS OFF TCAS TE FLAP ASYM TE FLAP DISAGREE TERR OVRD TERR POS EICAS.Index.10 August 19, 2009

13 EICAS.Index.11 TRIM AIR U UNABLE RNP UNSCHD STAB TRIM W WHEEL WELL FIRE WINDOW HEAT WINDSHEAR SYS August 19, 2009 EICAS.Index.11

14 EICAS.Index.12 Intentionally Blank EICAS.Index.12 August 19, 2009

15 Unannunciated Index Unannunciated Chapter Unann Index Section Index Aborted Engine Start Airspeed Unreliable All Flaps and Slats Up Landing Ditching Preparation Dual Engine Failure Engine Failure or Shutdown Engine Fuel Leak Engine In flight Start Engine Limit or Surge or Stall Engine Oil Temperature [GE:CF6-80C] Engine Oil Temperature [PW4000] Engine Severe Damage or Separation Engine Tailpipe Fire Evacuation... Back Cover.2 Fuel Jettison Gear Lever Will Not Move Up Jammed or Restricted Flight Controls Low Fuel Temperature Radio Transmit Continuous (Stuck Microphone Switch) Rapid Depressurization Smoke or Fumes Removal Smoke, Fire or Fumes Tail Strike Volcanic Ash Window Damage February 19, 2009 Unann.Index.1

16 Unann.Index.2 Window Open Unann.Index.2 February 19, 2009

17 Alphabetical Index Alphabetical Chapter Alpha Index Section Index A Aborted Engine Start AC BUS OFF ACCESS DOOR(S) ACCESS DOORS AFT CABIN TEMP AFT CARGO DOOR AFT CARGO FIRE AFT CARGO OVHT AFT FUEL X-FEED AILERON LOCKOUT AIR/GND SYS AIR/GROUND SYSTEM Airspeed Unreliable All Flaps and Slats Up Landing ALT CALLOUTS ALT DISAGREE ALTITUDE ALERT ALTITUDE CALLOUTS ALTITUDE DISAGREE ANTISKID ANTISKID OFF AOA PROBE APU BLEED VAL APU BLEED VALVE APU BOTTLE August 19, 2009 Alpha.Index.1

18 Alpha.Index.2 APU BTL APU FAULT APU FIRE APU FUEL VAL APU FUEL VALVE APU GEN OFF APU GENERATOR OFF ATC FAULT ATT DISAGREE ATTITUDE DISAGREE AUTO SPEEDBRAKE AUTOBRAKES AUTOMATIC UNLOCK AUTOPILOT AUTOPILOT DISC AUTOPILOT DISCONNECT AUTOTHROT DISC AUTOTHROTTLE DISCONNECT AUXILIARY PITOT B BATTERY OFF BLEED DUCT LEAK BLEED ISOLATION VALVE BODY DUCT LEAK BRAKE SOURCE BULK CARGO DOOR BULK CARGO OVHT Alpha.Index.2 August 19, 2009

19 Alpha.Index.3 BUS ISOLATED C C BLD ISLN VAL C DEM HYD OVHT C HYD 1 OVHT C HYD 2 OVHT C HYD DEM PUMP C HYD PRIM C HYD PRIM C HYD QTY C HYD SYS PRESS C HYD SYS PRESS C HYD SYS PRESS C IRS DC FAIL C IRS FAULT C IRS ON DC C TAIL HYD VAL C WING HYD VAL CABIN ALTITUDE CABIN AUTO INOP CABIN AUTOMATIC INOPERATIVE CABIN TEMPERATURE CAPT PITOT CAPTAIN PITOT CARGO BOTTLE CARGO BTL CARGO BTL August 19, 2009 Alpha.Index.3

20 Alpha.Index.4 CARGO DOOR(S) CARGO DOORS CARGO FIRE CARGO OVERHEAT CONFIG FLAPS CONFIG GEAR NOT DOWN CONFIG PARKING BRAKE CONFIG SPOILERS CONFIG STABILIZER CTR L FUEL PUMP CTR R FUEL PUMP D DEMAND HYDRAULIC OVERHEAT Ditching Preparation DRAG BRACE Dual Engine Failure E E/E ACCESS DOOR EICAS CONT PNL EICAS CONTROL PANEL EICAS DISPLAY EMER DOORS EMER DOORS EMER LIGHTS EMERGENCY DOOR(S) EMERGENCY DOOR(S) EMERGENCY LIGHTS Alpha.Index.4 August 19, 2009

21 Alpha.Index.5 ENG BTL ENG BTL ENGINE ANTI-ICE ENGINE BLEED OFF ENGINE BLEED OVERHEAT ENGINE BOTTLE ENGINE CONTROL ENGINE CONTROL(S) ENGINE CONTROLS ENGINE EEC MODE Engine Failure or Shutdown ENGINE FIRE ENGINE FUEL FILTER Engine Fuel Leak ENGINE FUEL VALVE ENGINE HPSOV Engine In flight Start Engine Limit or Surge or Stall ENGINE LIMIT PROTECTION ENGINE LOW IDLE ENGINE OIL PRESSURE Engine Oil Temperature [GE:CF6-80C] Engine Oil Temperature [PW4000] ENGINE OVERHEAT ENGINE PRV ENGINE RPM LIMIT Engine Severe Damage or Separation ENGINE SHUTDOWN August 19, 2009 Alpha.Index.5

22 Alpha.Index.6 ENGINE STARTER Engine Tailpipe Fire ENTRY DOOR(S) EQUIPMENT COOLING EQUIPMENT OVERHEAT EQUIPMENT SMOKE EQUIPMENT VALVE Evacuation... Back Cover.2 F F/O PITOT FIRE/OVERHEAT SYSTEM FIRE/OVHT SYS FIRST/OFFICER PITOT FLAP LD RELIEF FLAP LOAD RELIEF FLAPS FLIGHT CONTROL VALVES FLIGHT DECK TEMPERATURE FLT CONT VALS FLT DECK TEMP FMC FAIL FMC MESSAGE FUEL CONFIG FUEL CONFIGURATION FUEL CROSSFEED FUEL JET NOZ FUEL JETTISON NOZZLE Alpha.Index.6 August 19, 2009

23 Alpha.Index.7 FUEL JETTISON PUMP FUEL JETTISON TRANSFER VALVE Fuel Jettison FUEL PUMP FUEL SPAR VALVE FUEL SYSTEM PRESSURE FWD ACCESS DOOR FWD CABIN TEMP FWD CARGO DOOR FWD CARGO FIRE FWD CARGO OVHT FWD EQPT COOLING FWD EQPT OVHT FWD EQPT SMOKE FWD EQPT VAL FWD FUEL X-FEED G GEAR DISAGREE GEAR DOORS Gear Lever Will Not Move Up GEAR NOT DOWN GENERATOR DRIVE GENERATOR OFF GND PROX SYS GPS GROUND PROXIMITY SYSTEM August 19, 2009 Alpha.Index.7

24 Alpha.Index.8 H HYDRAULIC (1 or 2) OVERHEAT HYDRAULIC DEMAND PUMP HYDRAULIC PRIMARY (1 or 2) HYDRAULIC PRIMARY PUMP HYDRAULIC QUANTITY HYDRAULIC SYSTEM PRESSURE (C only) HYDRAULIC SYSTEM PRESSURE (L and C) HYDRAULIC SYSTEM PRESSURE (L and R) HYDRAULIC SYSTEM PRESSURE (L only) HYDRAULIC SYSTEM PRESSURE (R and C) HYDRAULIC SYSTEM PRESSURE (R only) I IAS DISAGREE IDLE DISAGREE INSTR SWITCH INSTRUMENT SWITCH IRS DC FAIL IRS FAULT IRS ON DC J Jammed or Restricted Flight Controls L L AC BUS OFF L AFT EMER DOOR L AFT ENTRY DOOR L AFT FUEL PUMP Alpha.Index.8 August 19, 2009

25 Alpha.Index.9 L AOA PROBE L AUX PITOT L BLD DUCT LEAK L BLD ISLN VAL L BUS ISOLATED L CTR ENT DOOR L DEM HYD OVHT L DRAG BRACE L EMER DOOR L ENG ANTI-ICE L ENG BLD OVHT L ENG BLEED OFF L ENG CONTROL L ENG CONTROL L ENG EEC MODE L ENG FUEL FILT L ENG FUEL VAL L ENG HPSOV L ENG LIM PROT L ENG LOW IDLE L ENG OIL PRESS L ENG OVHT L ENG PRV L ENG RPM LIM L ENG SHUTDOWN L ENG STARTER L ENGINE FIRE L ENTRY DOORS August 19, 2009 Alpha.Index.9

26 Alpha.Index.10 L FMC FAIL L FUEL JET PUMP L FUEL SPAR VAL L FUEL SYS PRESS L FWD EMER DOOR L FWD ENT DOOR L FWD FUEL PUMP L FWD WINDOW L GEN DRIVE L GEN OFF L GPS L HYD DEM PUMP L HYD PRIM PUMP L HYD QTY L HYD SYS PRESS L HYD SYS PRESS L HYD SYS PRESS L IRS DC FAIL L IRS FAULT L IRS ON DC L JET XFER VALVE L OIL FILTER L OIL FILTER L PACK OFF L PACK TEMP L PRIM HYD OVHT L RECIR FAN L REV ISLN VAL Alpha.Index.10 August 19, 2009

27 Alpha.Index.11 L SIDE BRACE L SIDE WINDOW L STARTER CUTOUT L STRUT DCT LEAK L TAIL HYD VAL L UTIL BUS OFF L WING ANTI-ICE L WING HYD VAL L YAW DAMPER LE SLAT ASYM LE SLAT DISAGREE LEADING EDGE SLAT ASYMMETRY LEADING EDGE SLAT DISAGREE LOCK FAIL LOW FUEL Low Fuel Temperature M MAIN BAT DISCH MAIN BATTERY DISCHARGE MID CABIN TEMP N NOSE A/G SYS NOSE AIR/GROUND SYSTEM O OIL FILTER OIL FILTER OVERSPEED August 19, 2009 Alpha.Index.11

28 Alpha.Index.12 P PACK OFF PACK TEMPERATURE PARKING BRAKE [ADVISORY] PARKING BRAKE PARKING BRAKE PASS OXYGEN ON PASSENGER OXYGEN ON PRIMARY HYDRAULIC OVERHEAT PROBE HEAT R R AC BUS OFF R AFT EMER DOOR R AFT ENTRY DOOR R AFT FUEL PUMP R AOA PROBE R AUX PITOT R BLD DUCT LEAK R BLD ISLN VAL R BUS ISOLATED R CTR ENT DOOR R DEM HYD OVHT R DRAG BRACE R EMER DOOR R ENG ANTI-ICE R ENG BLD OVHT R ENG BLEED OFF Alpha.Index.12 August 19, 2009

29 Alpha.Index.13 R ENG CONTROL R ENG CONTROL R ENG EEC MODE R ENG FUEL FILT R ENG FUEL VAL R ENG HPSOV R ENG LIM PROT R ENG LOW IDLE R ENG OIL PRESS R ENG OVHT R ENG PRV R ENG RPM LIM R ENG SHUTDOWN R ENG STARTER R ENGINE FIRE R ENTRY DOORS R FMC FAIL R FUEL JET PUMP R FUEL SPAR VAL R FUEL SYS PRESS R FWD EMER DOOR R FWD ENT DOOR R FWD FUEL PUMP R FWD WINDOW R GEN DRIVE R GEN OFF R GPS R HYD DEM PUMP August 19, 2009 Alpha.Index.13

30 Alpha.Index.14 R HYD PRIM PUMP R HYD QTY R HYD SYS PRESS R HYD SYS PRESS R HYD SYS PRESS R IRS DC FAIL R IRS FAULT R IRS ON DC R JET XFER VALVE R OIL FILTER R OIL FILTER R PACK OFF R PACK TEMP R PRIM HYD OVHT R RECIR FAN R REV ISLN VAL R SIDE BRACE R SIDE WINDOW R STARTER CUTOUT R STRUT DCT LEAK R TAIL HYD VAL R UTIL BUS OFF R WING ANTI-ICE R WING HYD VAL R YAW DAMPER Radio Transmit Continuous (Stuck Microphone Switch) Rapid Depressurization Alpha.Index.14 August 19, 2009

31 Alpha.Index.15 RAT UNLOCKED RECIRCULATION FAN RESERVE BRAKE VALVE REVERSER ISOLATION VALVE REVERSER UNLOCKED RSV BRAKE VAL RUDDER RATIO S SIDE BRACE Smoke or Fumes Removal Smoke, Fire or Fumes SPEEDBRAKES EXT SPEEDBRAKES EXTENDED SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS [Advisory] STAB TRIM STABILIZER TRIM STABILIZER STANDBY BUS OFF STARTER CUTOUT STRUT DUCT LEAK T TAIL HYDRAULIC VALVE Tail Strike TAILSKID TAT PROBE August 19, 2009 Alpha.Index.15

32 Alpha.Index.16 TCAS TCAS OFF TE FLAP ASYM TE FLAP DISAGREE TERR OVRD TERR POS TERRAIN OVERRIDE TERRAIN POSITION TRAILING EDGE FLAP ASYMMETRY TRAILING EDGE FLAP DISAGREE TRIM AIR U UNABLE RNP UNSCHD STAB TRIM UNSCHEDULED STABILIZER TRIM UTILITY BUS OFF V Volcanic Ash W WHEEL WELL FIRE WINDOW (HEAT) Window Damage WINDOW HEAT Window Open WINDSHEAR SYS WINDSHEAR SYSTEM WING ANTI ICE Alpha.Index.16 August 19, 2009

33 Alpha.Index.17 WING HYDRAULIC VALVE Y YAW DAMPER August 19, 2009 Alpha.Index.17

34 Alpha.Index.18 Intentionally Blank Alpha.Index.18 August 19, 2009

35 Normal Checklists Chapter NC Normal Checklists NC. Normal Checklists-Normal Checklists PREFLIGHT Oxygen Tested, 100% Flight instruments Heading, Altimeter Parking brake set Fuel control switches CUTOFF BEFORE START Flight deck door Closed and locked Passenger signs Windows Locked MCP V2, HDG, ALT Takeoff speeds V1, VR, V2 CDU preflight Completed Trim Units, 0, 0 Taxi and takeoff briefing Completed Red anti collision light on BEFORE TAXI Anti-ice L and R Isolation switches Off Recall Checked Autobrake RTO Flight controls Checked Ground equipment Clear February 18, 2008 NC.1

36 Normal Checklists BEFORE TAKEOFF Flaps AFTER TAKEOFF Landing gear UP and OFF Flaps UP DESCENT Pressurization LDG ALT Recall Checked Autobrake Landing data vref, Minimums Approach briefing Completed APPROACH Altimeters LANDING Speedbrake ARMED Landing gear down Flaps NC.2 February 18, 2008

37 Normal Checklists SHUTDOWN Hydraulic panel set Fuel pumps Off Flaps UP Parking brake Fuel control switches CUTOFF Weather radar Off SECURE IRSs OFF Emergency lights OFF Window heat Off Packs OFF February 18, 2008 NC.3

38 Normal Checklists Intentionally Blank NC.4 February 18, 2008

39 NNC.0-Miscellaneous Table Of Contents Non-Normal Checklists Chapter NNC Miscellaneous Section 0 Table of Contents Ditching Preparation Tail Strike February 18, TOC.1

40 Non-Normal Checklists - Miscellaneous Table of Contents Intentionally Blank 0.TOC.2 February 18, 2008

41 0.1 NNC.0 Non-Normal Checklists-Miscellaneous Condition: Ditching Preparation Airplane ditching and evacuation are needed. 1 Transmit a distress signal. 2 Advise the cabin to prepare for ditching. 3 Do not use autobrakes. 4 Do not arm speedbrake lever. 5 Use flaps 30 and VREF 30 for landing. 6 Checklist Complete Except Deferred Items Deferred Items Descent Checklist Pressurization LDG ALT Recall Checked Autobrake OFF Landing data VREF 30, Minimums Approach briefing Completed Approach Checklist Altimeters When below 5,000 feet GND PROX GEAR OVRD switch OVRD GND PROX TERR OVRD switch OVRD PACK control selectors (both) OFF Continued on next page August 21,

42 0.2 Cabin altitude MODE SELECT MAN CABIN ALTITUDE MANUAL control Hold in DESCEND until outflow valve is fully closed PASS SIGNS selectors ON Do not accomplish the following checklists: PACK OFF Ditching Preparation continued CABIN AUTOMATIC INOPERATIVE When on final approach Advise crew of imminent touchdown. Passenger cabin Secure Maintain airspeed at VREF 30 to touchdown. Flare airplane to achieve minimum rate of descent at touchdown. Landing Checklist Speedbrake DOWN Landing gear UP Flaps August 21, 2008

43 0.3 Condition: Tail Strike The tail hits the runway. Caution! Do not pressurize the airplane due to possible structural damage. 1 Cabin altitude MODE SELECT MAN 2 CABIN ALTITUDE MANUAL control Hold in CLIMB until outflow valve is fully open 3 Level off at the lowest safe altitude. 4 Plan to land at the nearest suitable airport. 5 Do not accomplish the following checklist: CABIN AUTOMATIC INOPERATIVE February 15,

44 0.4 Intentionally Blank 0.4 February 18, 2008

45 NNC.1-Airplane Gen., Emer. Equip., Doors, Windows Table Of Contents Non-Normal Checklists Chapter NNC Airplane Gen., Emer. Equip., Doors, Windows Section 1 Table of Contents ACCESS DOOR(S) AUTOMATIC UNLOCK CARGO DOOR(S) Ditching Preparation EMERGENCY DOOR(S) EMERGENCY DOOR(S) EMERGENCY LIGHTS ENTRY DOOR(S) LOCK FAIL PASSENGER OXYGEN ON Window Damage WINDOW (HEAT) Window Open February 19, TOC.1

46 Non-Normal Checklists - Airplane Gen., Emer. Equip., Doors, Windows Table of Contents Intentionally Blank 1.TOC.2 February 19, 2009

47 1.1 NNC.1 Non-Normal Checklists-Airplane Gen., Emer. Equip., Doors, Windows ACCESS DOORS Messages: ACCESS DOOR(S) ACCESS DOORS E/E ACCESS DOOR FWD ACCESS DOOR Condition: One or more access doors are not closed and secure. 1 Choose one: Pressurization is normal: The door is in a safe configuration as long as cabin pressurization is normal. Pressurization is not normal: Go to step 2 2 PASS SIGNS selectors ON 3 LDG ALT selector Set 9,500 feet 4 Choose one: Occurrence is on takeoff or initial climb: Do not exceed 10,000 feet. Occurrence is in climb, cruise, or descent: Descend to lowest safe altitude or 14,000 feet, whichever is higher. August 21,

48 1.2 AUTO UNLK Condition: Objective: AUTOMATIC UNLOCK The correct emergency access code is entered. To deny unauthorized access to the flight deck before the door automatically unlocks. 1 FLT DK DOOR lock selector..... Rotate to DENY and hold for 1 second CARGO DOORS Messages: Condition: CARGO DOOR(S) CARGO DOORS AFT CARGO DOOR BULK CARGO DOOR FWD CARGO DOOR One or more cargo doors are not closed and secure. 1 Choose one: FWD CARGO DOOR message is shown: Go to step 3 FWD CARGO DOOR message is not shown: Go to step 2 Continued on next page 1.2 August 21, 2008

49 1.3 2 Choose one: CARGO DOOR(S) continued Pressurization is normal: The aft and bulk cargo doors are in a safe configuration as long as cabin pressurization is normal. Pressurization is not normal: Go to step 3 3 PASS SIGNS selectors ON 4 LDG ALT selector Set 9,500 feet 5 Choose one: Occurrence is on takeoff or initial climb: Do not exceed 10,000 feet. Occurrence is in climb, cruise, or descent: Descend to lowest safe altitude or 14,000 feet, whichever is higher. Ditching Preparation 0.1 August 21,

50 1.4 EMER DOORS [Option-Overwing Emergency Exit Doors installed] Messages: EMERGENCY DOOR(S) EMER DOORS L AFT EMER DOOR L FWD EMER DOOR R AFT EMER DOOR R FWD EMER DOOR Condition: One or more emergency doors are not closed and secure. 1 Choose one: Pressurization is normal: The emergency door is in a safe configuration as long as cabin pressurization is normal. Pressurization is not normal: Go to step 2 2 PASS SIGNS selectors on 3 LDG ALT selector Set 9,500 feet 4 Choose one: Occurrence is on takeoff or initial climb: Do not exceed 10,000 feet. Occurrence is in climb, cruise, or descent: Descend to lowest safe altitude or 14,000 feet, whichever is higher. 1.4 February 19, 2009

51 1.5 EMER DOORS [Option-Emergency Doors type 1 aft of wing installed] Messages:EMER DOORS L EMER DOOR 1 Choose one: EMERGENCY DOOR(S) R EMER DOOR Condition: One or more emergency doors are not closed and secure. Pressurization is normal: The emergency door is in a safe configuration as long as cabin pressurization is normal. Pressurization is not normal: Go to step 2 2 PASS SIGNS selectors ON 3 LDG ALT selector Set 9,500 feet 4 Choose one: Occurrence is on takeoff or initial climb: Do not exceed 10,000 feet. Occurrence is in climb, cruise, or descent: Descend to lowest safe altitude or 14,000 feet, whichever is higher. February 19,

52 1.6 UNARMED Messages: Condition: EMERGENCY LIGHTS EMER LIGHTS The emergency lights switch is not ARMED. ENTRY DOORS Messages:L ENTRY DOORS L AFT ENTRY DOOR L CTR ENT DOOR L FWD ENT DOOR 1 Choose one: ENTRY DOOR(S) R ENTRY DOORS R AFT ENTRY DOOR R CTR ENT DOOR R FWD ENT DOOR Condition: One or more doors are not closed and secure. Pressurization is normal: The door is in a safe configuration as long as cabin pressurization is normal. Pressurization is not normal: Go to step 2 2 PASS SIGNS selectors on 3 LDG ALT selector Set 9,500 feet Continued on next page 1.6 February 19, 2009

53 1.7 4 Choose one: ENTRY DOOR(S) continued Occurrence is on takeoff or initial climb: Do not exceed 10,000 feet. Occurrence is in climb, cruise, or descent: Descend to lowest safe altitude or 14,000 feet, whichever is higher. LOCK FAIL Condition: Objective: LOCK FAIL One or more of these occur: The flight deck access system switch is off The lock is failed To remove power from the lock to prevent a possible overheat. 1 If conditions allow: FLIGHT DECK ACCESS SYSTEM switch OFF Note: The door can be locked with the deadbolt. February 19,

54 1.8 ON Messages: Condition: PASSENGER OXYGEN ON PASS OXYGEN ON The passenger oxygen system is on. Condition: Window Damage A flight deck window has one or more of these: An electrical arc A delamination A crack Is shattered 1 Choose one: Window is arcing, shattered, or cracked: WINDOW HEAT switch (affected window) Off Do not accomplish the following checklist: WINDOW (HEAT) Go to step 2 Window is not arcing, shattered, or cracked: Go to step 2 Continued on next page 1.8 February 19, 2009

55 1.9 2 Choose one: Window Damage continued Damaged window is deformed or an air leak is observed: Go to step 3 Damaged window is not deformed and an air leak is not observed: 3 Plan to land at the nearest suitable airport. 4 Choose one: Airplane altitude is above 10,000 feet: Descend to lowest safe altitude or 10,000 feet, whichever is higher. This minimizes forces on the window. Go to step 5 Airplane altitude is at or below 10,000 feet: Go to step 5 5 Sustained flight below 10,000 feet is not recommended due to greater risk of bird strike. WINDOW (HEAT) 3.4 February 19,

56 1.10 Condition: Window Open A side window opens during takeoff or in flight. 1 Maintain the maneuvering speed for existing flap setting until the window is closed. 2 The force needed to close the window increases with airspeed. It may not be possible to close the window at speeds above 250 knots. 3 Close and lock the window. 4 Choose one: Window locks and pressurization is normal: Continue normal operation. Window does not lock or pressurization is not normal: Level off at the lowest safe altitude. The airplane can fly unpressurized and land safely with the window open February 19, 2009

57 NNC.2-Air Systems Table Of Contents Non-Normal Checklists Chapter NNC Air Systems Section 2 Table of Contents CABIN ALTITUDE or Rapid Depressurization NNC. 1 APU BLEED VALVE BLEED DUCT LEAK BLEED ISOLATION VALVE BODY DUCT LEAK CABIN ALTITUDE or Rapid Depressurization CABIN AUTOMATIC INOPERATIVE CABIN TEMPERATURE CARGO OVERHEAT ENGINE BLEED OFF ENGINE BLEED OVERHEAT ENGINE HPSOV ENGINE PRV EQUIPMENT COOLING EQUIPMENT OVERHEAT EQUIPMENT SMOKE EQUIPMENT VALVE FLIGHT DECK TEMPERATURE PACK OFF PACK TEMPERATURE RECIRCULATION FAN STRUT DUCT LEAK TRIM AIR TOC.1 August 21, 2008

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