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1

Hydraulic System _____ normally power(s) the primary flight controls.

A and B

2

Loss of Hydraulic System A and B render _____ spoiler panels inoperative.

all

3

Ailerons and elevators operate _____ with loss of both Hydraulic System A and B.

manually

4

Roll control surfaces consist of _____ powered _____.

hydraulically/ ailerons and flight spoilers

5

Positioning FLT CONTROL A switch to STBY RUD _____.

activates Standby Hydraulic Pump and opens Standby Rudder Shutoff Valve.

6

The rudder operates with _____ during Manual Reversion.

the Standby Hydraulic System

7

Pushing a single Left Wing Down or Right Wing Down AILERON trim switch _____.

does nothing

8

Aileron trim applied with the autopilot engaged _____.

may cause abrupt ruling movement when disconnecting the autopilot.

9

More than _____ (approximately) control wheel displacement (in degrees) initiates spoiler deflection.

10

10

Select the switch(es) used for maintenance purposes only.

SPOILER A and B

11

With a jammed spoiler system the Captain provides roll control ______.

with the ailerons.

12

With a jammed spoiler system the First Officer provides roll control ______.

using the flight spoilers.

13

The FEEl DIFF PRESS light (amber) when illuminated indicates _____.

excessive differential pressure in the Elevator Feel Computer

14

Actuating either pair of Stabilizer Trim Switches on the control wheels with the autopilot engaged _____.

disconnects the autopilot.

15

STAB TRIM switch on the Aft Electronic Panel positioned to _____ allows operation of the main electric trim regardless of _____ position.

OVERRIDE / control column

16

The green band of the STAB TRIM indicator on the Control Stand indicates the _____.

takeoff trim limits

17

SPEED TRIM FAIL light (amber) illuminating only during Master Caution Recall indicates _____ failure.

A single FCC channel

18

Two independent Stall Management Yaw Damper (SMYD) computers provide _____.

outputs for all stall warnings in flight.

19

Selecting FLT CONTROL A or B switch to STBY RUD activates the Standby Hydraulic Pump and arms the _____ light(s).

LOW QUANTITY

20

The Main Rudder Power Control Unit limits full rudder authority _____.

at speeds above 135 kts.

21

The RUDDER trim control electrically repositions the Rudder Feel and Centering Unit and ____ the rudder pedals.

displaces

22

The Standby Yaw Damper operates with _____.

both FLT CONTROL switches positioned to STBY RUD and the YAW DAMPER switch reset to ON

23

Positioning the Speed Brake Lever to UP _____ extends the _____ Spoilers to their maximum position.

on the ground only/ Ground and Flight

24

The SPEED BRAKE DO NOT ARM light (amber) indicates ______.

an abnormal condition or abnormal test inputs to the Automatic Speed Brake System

25

If the Air/Ground System does not sense main landing gear wheels spin-up after landing with the speed brake armed the flight spoilers _____.

automatically deploy when Air/ Ground System senses ground mode (any strut compresses)

26

In flight the LE FLPAS TRANSIT light (amber) illuminates for _____.

-any LE device in transit
-any LE device not in programmed position with respect to TE flaps
-two (2) or more LE flaps or slats moved form their commanded position

27

The LE flaps ____ when moving the FLAP lever from UP to 1.

fully extend

28

The LE slats _____ when moving the FLAP lever beyond ____ degrees.

deploy to full extend/ 25

29

The flap load relief system is operational at _____.

Flaps 10, 15, 25, 30 & 40

30

Approaching the stall angle of attack with Flaps 1 through 25 selected the _____ automatically begin driving to full extend prior to _____ activation.

LE Slats / stick shaker