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What happens when the WING ANTI-ICE switch is placed ON while in flight?

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What maintains the correct temperature on windows No. 4 and 5?

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When operating on standby power, only the captain’s pitot probe is heated, however, the CAPT PITOT light does not illuminate for a failure.

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What do the green ON lights indicate above the Window heat switches?

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Positioning ENG ANTI-ICE switch to on has what effect?

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What is the maximum airspeed limit when WINDOW HEAT is inoperative?

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On the ground and in flight, the wing anti-ice valves close if the forward thrust levers are advanced above the takeoff warning setting.

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The wing anti-ice system provides bleed air to all leading edge slats:

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The wing anti-ice system provides protection for the three inboard leading edge slats by using bleed air. The wing anti-ice does not include the leading edge flaps or the outboard leading edge flaps.

The right No.2 window heating input is controlled by:

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Illumination of an amber COWL ANTI ICE light indicates:

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If you select the WING ANTI-ICE switch on the ground:

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The wing anti-ice control valves are:

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If the cowl anti-ice valve fails to move to the position indicated by the ENG ANTI-ICE switch, the COWL VALVE OPEN light remains illuminated bright blue and an amber TAI indication immediately illuminates on the CDS.

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The OVHT test will cause all overheat lights to come on and the ON lights will eventually go out. How does a pitot reinstate the Window heat after performing an Overheat test?

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Which pitot probes and static ports are not heated?

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Does the availability of bleed air for engine anti-ice require that the engine bleed air switch be ON?

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Positioning the WING ANTI-ICE switch to ON in flight:

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When operating on standby power only the Captain's pitot probe is still heated - if the Captain's pitot probe heating fails in this condition, there is no CAPT PITOT alert given.

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The cowl anti-ice valve is _________ controlled and _______ operated. - - +

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The pitot probe for standby airspeed continues to be heated when the airplane is on standby power.

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The pitot probe for standby airspeed is not heated when the airplane is on standby power.

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Both windshield wipers are controlled with a common switch.

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The aircraft is on the ground. You place the WING ANTI-ICE switch to ON. Which conditions will allow the wing anti-ice valve to open?

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Dual angle-airflow sensors (alpha vanes) provide angle-of-attack information to the stall warning system, autothrottle, autopilot and autoslats and are anti iced:

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The amber COWL ANTI-ICE is illuminated.

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What is the true statement if the No 1 window inner pane cracks and arcing begins?

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Windshield wipers of are provided to maintain a clear area on the cockpit No.1 windows. Which of the following statements is correct?

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Power to window numbers 1 and 2 must be initially selected OFF by the flight crew if an overheat condition is detected.

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Power to window numbers 1 and 2 is automatically removed if an overheat condition is detected.

When operating on standby power, only the captain's pitot probe is heated, however, the CAPT PITOT light does not illuminate for a failure.

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The R ELEV PITOT light is illuminated. What does this indicate?

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A conductive coating on the outer glass pane of window numbers 1 and 2 permits electrical heating to prevent ice build–up and fogging. Window number 3 is not electrically heated.

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The engine Cowl Anti-Ice valve is located UPSTREAM of the Engine Bleed Air Valve.

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You select the engine anti-ice valve to the ON position. The COWL VALVE OPEN light is illuminated blue and the TAI indication illuminates on the CDS. What happened?

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The window heat PWR TEST:

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Stall warning logic, airspeed indications, and minimum maneuver speeds on the airspeed indicator return to normal when engine anti–ice is positioned OFF if wing anti–ice has not been used in flight.

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Which window(s) are heated with the LEFT FWD WINDOW HEAT Switch ON?

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Temperature controllers maintain the correct temperature on windows No. 1 and 2. In the event of an overheat, power is automatically removed.

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Which portion of the wings does the wing anti-ice system heat?

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The WING ANTI–ICE switch automatically trips OFF:

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Passing 3000 feet climbing, you have selected Engine Anti-Ice ON. Passing FL90, you select them OFF.

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With the WING ANTI-ICE switch ON and the aircraft on the ground, the WING ANTI-ICE switch remains ON regardless of the control valve position.

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When are the ENGINE ANTI-ICE switches turned ON if icing conditions exist on ground?

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The rain removal system for the forward windows comprises of the following:

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Boeing 737NG - Anti Ice and Rain