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CAUTION AND WARNING LIGHT SUMMARY

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NAME | LOCATION | MEANING WHEN ILLUMINATED | ACTION TO BE TAKEN

MASTER CAUTION | Instrument panel | Caution light has illuminated on caution panel | Check caution panel to determine malfunctioning system

CHIP DETECTED | Caution panel | Engine or gear box has detected metal particles | Check chip locator panel to determine malfunctioning system

1ST STG SERVO OUT | Caution panel | Jammed pilot valve on one of the rotary wing 1st stage flight control servos | Turn off 1st stage flight control system

2ND STG SERVO OUT | Caution panel | Jammed pilot valve on one of the rotary wing 2nd stage flight control servos | Turn off 2nd stage flight control system

#1 GENERATOR | Caution panel | No. 1 generator has failed or experienced momentary overvoltage | Place No. 1 generator switch to OFF RESET position then return to ON. If light still illuminated, turn No. 1 generator and equipment operating from all monitored buses off.

#2 GENERATOR | Caution panel | No. 2 generator has failed or experienced momentary overvoltage | Place No. 2 generator switch to OFF RESET position then return to ON. If light still illuminated, turn No. 2 generator and equipment operating from all monitored buses off.

#1 RECTIFIER | Caution panel | No. 1 transformer - rectifier has failed | Turn off all equipment operating from dc monitored buses

#2 RECTIFIER | Caution panel | No. 2 transformer - rectifier has failed | Turn off all equipment operating from dc monitored buses

BLADE-PYLON FOLD | Caution panel | Unsafe condition in blade and/or pylon fold system | Check blade and pylon fold control panel lights to locate problem area

ROTOR BRAKE PRESS | Caution panel | Rotor brake system is pressurized | Place rotor brake switch in RELEASE position

#1 FUEL LOW | Caution panel | Approximately 30 minutes (370 ± 30 pounds) of fuel remains in left fuel tank | Evaluate remaining fuel requirement

#2 FUEL LOW | Caution panel | Approximately 30 minutes (370 ± 30 pounds) of fuel remains in right fuel tank | Evaluate remaining fuel requirement
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