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A green overboard discharge indicator (disc) is on the right side of the nose section directly below the nose access door.

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If the disc is ruptured, the oxygen bottle has experienced overpressure and is now empty. If the disc ruptures, the flight crew shall perform maintenance before flight.

The cockpit oxygen pressure gauge reads:

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After donning the oxygen mask, the mask microphone should be set for:

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Passenger masks are dropped when:

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Pilot action required with a red CABIN ALT message displayed is to:

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The crew oxygen masks are certified up to:

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Oxygen masks are certified to 40,000 feet cabin altitude for the crew only. The CREW ONLY mode operates with or without DC power.

With the amber CAS message OXYGEN OFF displayed, required pilot action is to:

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When using the oxygen mask for smoke protection, the mask regulator should be set for:

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During the walkaround, the flight crew notices the green overboard discharge indicator is missing, this indicates:

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The flight crew oxygen masks need to be removed from the airplane if the temperature is forecast to be below:

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Prolonged use of passenger oxygen masks above _____ cabin altitude is not allowed:

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On crew masks, 100% oxygen shall be selected above 20,000 feet cabin altitude. At cabin altitudes of 20,000 feet and below, normal (N) is to be selected.

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With a total DC power failure, oxygen is:

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On descent, oxygen flow to the passenger masks is automatically:

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Citation Mustang – Oxygen