c. Wing Fire. There is little that can be done to
control a wing fire, except to shut off fuel and electrical
systems that may be contributing to the fire or that
could aggravate it. Diving and slipping the aircraft
away from the burning wing may help. If a wing fire
occurs, perform the following:
1. Perform engine shutdown on affected
2. Land as soon as possible if fire continues.
d. Electrical Fire. Upon noting the existence or
indications of an electrical fire, turn off all affected
electrical circuits, if known. If electrical fire source is
unknown, perform the following procedure.
1. Crew oxygen masks As required.
2. Passenger oxygen As required.
3. MASTER SWITCH OFF. (Visual
4. AII nonessential electrical equipment
With the loss of dc electrical power, the
aircraft will depressurize. All electrical
instruments, with the exception of the Prop
RPM, N1 RPM, and TGT gauges, will be
5. BATT switch ON.
RESET, then ON.
7. Circuit breakers Check for indication of
As each electrical switch is returned to ON,
note load meter reading and check for
evidence of fire.
8. Essential electrical equipment ON
(individually until fire source is isolated).
9. Land as soon as practicable.
e. Smoke and Fume Elimination.
1. Crew oxygen masks 100% and on.
2. Passenger oxygen ON.
3. BLEED AIR VALVE switches ENVIRO
4. VENT BLOWER switch AUTO.
5. AFT VENT BLOWER switch OFF.
6. CABIN AIR/TEMP MODE switch OFF.
7. If smoke and fumes are not eliminated,
CABIN PRESS switch DUMP.
depressurizing, will facilitate smoke and
Confirm that all passengers are receiving
9. Engine oil pressure Monitor.
9-27. FUEL SYSTEM.
a. Fuel Press Warning Light Illuminated.
Illumination of the No. 1 or No. 2 FUEL PRESS
warning light usually indicates failure of the respective
engine driven boost pump. Perform the following:
1. STANDBY PUMP switch ON.
2. FUEL PRESS light out Check.
3. FUEL PRESS light still on Record
Illuminated. Illumination of a No 1 or No 2 NO FUEL
XFR light, with fuel remaining in the respective
auxiliary fuel tank, indicates a failure of that automatic
fuel transfer system. Proceed as follows:
1. AUX TRANSFER switch (affected side)
2. Auxiliary fuel quantity Monitor.
3. AUX TRANSFER switch (after respective
auxiliary fuel has completely transferred)
c. Nacelle Fuel Leak. If nacelle fuel leaks are
evident, perform following procedure.