7.14. Unsafe Landing Gear Down Indication
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The following is the expanded checklist for an Unsafe Landing Gear Down Indication.
UNSAFE LANDING GEAR DOWN INDICATION (PNF)
If any of the green gear locked down advisory lights fail to illuminate:
Gear Indication System — Test
- If landing gear warning system indicates a fault a normal landing may be performed if the gear can be visually confirmed as safe.
- Gear Status — Attempt to confirm visually
- If unable to confirm gear down:
- Alternate Landing Gear Extension - Hand Pump — Complete
>> WARNING <<
Do not re-cycle landing gear up and then down to attempt safe gear indication. Additional damage to landing gear may occur.
If the landing gear unsafe indication is due to malfunction, additional operation may cause further damage and jeopardize the safety of the aircraft.
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