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One Main Gear Only Down and Locked

G500 Emergency Procedures

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AFM Procedure

[AFM, §04-18-40]

NOTE

The two fully charged nitrogen bottles (3000 psi at 21°C (70°F) are designed to provide only one extension of landing gear.

Possible Cause

Nose Landing Gear and Indicated main landing gear not down and locked.

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System Impacts

  • Nosewheel Steering: Unavailable.

Corrective Action

    NOTE

    The two fully charged nitrogen bottles are designed to provide only one extension of landing gear.

  1. If only one main gear is extended:

    1. Verify configuration via visual inspection/video cameras.

    2. If configuration is verified:

    3. (1) Retract gear and perform an all gear up landing.

      (2) To retract the landing gear after extension via the EMER LDG GEAR Handle (if Left Hyd pressure is available):

      (3) EMER LDG GEAR Handle . . . PUSH in

      (4) Dump Valves (OHPTS/HYD) . . . RESET

      (5) Dump Valve Indication . . . Verify transition from cyan to white

      (6) LANDING GEAR . . . UP

    4. Refer to 04-18-60, All Gear Up Landing Procedure.

References

Gulfstream GVII-G500 Airplane Flight Manual, Revision 1, August 31, 2018

Revision: 20190511
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