Remove pitot tube covert 8 tailwheel assembly check

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Remove Pitot tube covert 8. Tailwheel assembly - CHECK: Fairing for condition Tire pressure 2.1 bar (30 psi) 9. Left wing - CHECK: Perform same check as right wing 10. Fuel Tank Drain - CHECK: Drain for two seconds. Inspect for dirt or water 11. Cockpit - CHECK: Wing quick disconnects LOCKED? Controls for freedom of movement Required documents 12. Latching hook — CHECK: Hooks hooked into links and secured ? 4-5
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28 Hoffmann 4 H 36 DIMONA Normal Procedures 4.5 Walk around guide: 4.6 Before starting engine: 1. Canopy ---- ---- LOCKED 2. Rudder Pedals --------- ADJUSTED 3. Fuel Shutoff Valve -- OPEN 4. Controls --------- FREE - 5. Airbrake -------- Extend — Retract 6. Parking Brake -------- ON 7. Prop Control ----- MOVE ONE CYCLE 8. Altimeter --------- SET 9. Master Switch ----- ON 10. Fuel Quantity --------- CHECK 11. Baggage ------------- SECURE 12. Seat Harness --------- ON and LOCKED 13. Canopy ------------ RECHECK LOCKED 4—6
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29 Hoffmann 4 H 36 DIMONA Normal Procedures 4.7 Starting engine: 1. All Switches except Master --------- OFF 2. Choke ------------------------------------ PULL 3. Throttle ----------------------------------- OPEN ONE INCH 4. Boost Pump ------------------------------ ON 5. Ignition --------------------------------- ON 6. Propeller Area Clear -------------------- CHECK 7. Starter Button --------------------------- PRESS After engine starts release starter button. Adjust throttle to 1000 RPM. When engine is running smoothly - close the choke. 8. Oil Pressure --------------------------- CHECK Oil pressure should be in Green Range in 10 seconds 9. Voltmeter --------------------------- CHECK for 14 VDC 10. Radio and Nav. Equipment --------- ON after Engine runs Allow engine to run for two minutes at 1000 RPM, then increase RPM to 1500 until the oil temperature indicates 50* C. The 1500 RPM phase can take place during taxiing. 4—7
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30 Hoffmann 4 H 36 DIMONA Normal Procedures 4.8 Before Take-Off Check : 1. Parking Brake ----------- ON 2. Throttle------------------- OPEN to 2200 RPM 3. Propeller Lever---------- PULL and RELEASE The propeller should now change to Cruise pitch 4. Throttle ------------------ OPEN --MAX POWER MAX RPM 2300! 5. Throttle --------------- IDLE RPM 6. Propeller Lever --------- PULL AND RELEASE The propeller should now switch back to Take-Off position 7. Throttle --------------- OPEN --- MAX POWER—— RPM 2700 - 2900 CAUTION If the RPM setting is not obtained repeat steps 5 and 6. If a take-off is attempted with the propeller in cruise position, a significantly longer take-off roll will result! 4.9 Take—Off and Climb : 1. Parking brake --- release 2. Fuel pump --- on 3. Line up in Position 4. Trim --- SET 5. Throttle FULL POWER (Not less than 2700 RPM) 6. Control Stick --- Light forward pressure, steer with rudder at about 80 km/h (50 mph). The aircraft will fly itself from the runway. 7. Controls & Trim -—- ADJUST to obtain climb speed of 95 km/h (59 mph) (Blue line) 8. Fuel Pump ——— At 350 feet -——OFF 9. Engine instruments - CHECK 4—8
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31 Hoffmann 4 H 36 DIMONA Normal Procedures 4.10 Cruise: To change propeller position from Take—Off to Cruise the RPM must be between 2000 and 2200. Pull and release the propeller control. A 500 RPM drop should occur without throttle adjustment. The throttle can then be opened for Cruise power (2500 - 3000 RPM) as required. NOTE In the cruise mode the throttle can be reduced by 1/3 for fuel economy without a noticeable loss of airspeed.
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