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CONDITION lever (after N1 RPM passes 13% minimum)
TM 1-1510-223-MTF
PROCEDURE
TROUBLESHOOTING
REFERENCE
b.
ANNUNCIATOR TEST switch - Hold to TEST
position. Check that all annunciator panels, FIRE
PULL handle annunciators, ANT AZIMUTH
indicator, MASTER CAUTION, and MASTER
WARNING annunciators are illuminated.
c.
MASTER CAUTION and MASTER WARNING
annunciators  -  Press  and  release.
Both
annunciators should extinguish.
FIRST ENGINE START (BATTERY START)
NOTE
The engines must not be started until after the INS is placed
into the NAV mode or OFF, as required.
Starting procedures are identical for both engines.
Assign a
crewmember to monitor the fire guard throughout the engine start
procedures.
1.
INS - As required.
2.
Exterior lights switches - As required.
3.
Fire guard - Posted.
4.
Propeller area - Clear.
5.
# 2 ENG START switch - START-IGNITION. # 2
IGN ON annunciator should illuminate and # 2
FUEL PRESS annunciator should extinguish.
NOTE
False fuel flow indications may be observed with the starter-
generator engaged and the CONDITION lever in FUEL
CUTOFF.
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