Douglas Bohnert Posted October 18, 2012 Report Share Posted October 18, 2012 So I really opened up a can of worms... I called FD asking why there was a big red warning light for the alternator but nothing in the POH (CTLS 2008 POH) emergency procedures? The answer I got was quite detailed on what to do if the alternator light was on and they ended by saying that it IS in the POH. I responded that it was not in my version and asked for the version they were quoting. After some time of silence I was transferred to another person who offered to email me the current POH... So now I have a current copy of the CTLS POH released this past July and everything has changed, all the Vx and Vy speeds are different... But the emergency section is a lot more detailed including a detailed description of an alternator failure. So am wondering if I should switch and teach this new POH to my students, or should I stick to the old POH which closely mirrors the CTSW POH and we have both aircraft so it is much easier to memorize one set of numbers versus two. Any thoughts on this new POH? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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