1. What is MLLOPR?
    MRG loss of L/O pressure
  2. What are the indications of MLLOPR?
    • L/O pressure to header below 25 psi
    • Low L/O pressure warning 18 psi at most remote bearing
    • Low L/O pressure alarm 17 psi at most remote bearing
    • No oil flow in oil sight flow
    • Excessive MRG bearing temp
    • MRG L/O sump level low indicator illuminated
    • L/O filter DP 10 or greater
    • STBY L/O pump starts
    • Increased noise in reduction gear train
  3. NOTE: What action to take after stopping an engine?
    • Ensure CFW and J/W continue to run
    • Bar over engine at earliest opportunity
  4. NOTE: When to stop L/O pumps?
    Until engine has come to a complete stop
  5. What are the Controlling Actions?
  6. What is the Immediate Actions of the PACC?
    • “EOOW, loss of L/O pressure _ MRG; E-stopping _ shaft.”
    • E-stop affected shaft. Verify clutch disengaged.
    • Shift thrust control to CCS
    • “EOOW, Thrust control shifted to CCS. _ main engine stopped/E-stopped, clutch disengaged, _ shaft stopped.”
  7. What are the Immediate actions of the EOOW?
    • IMC, “Loss of L/O pressure _ MRG. CRT, lay to (space).”
    • “OOD, Loss of L/O pressure _ MRG; E-stopping _ shaft and shifting thurst control to CCS.”
    • “OOD, Loss of L/O pressure _ MRG. Thrust control shifted to CCS, shaft stopped. Maximum speed available _ knots.”
  8. What are the Immediate Actions of the Rover/CRT?
    • “Manned and ready.”
    • Verify _ main engine clutch has automatically disengaged, if not, manually disengage/dump the air to _ main engine clutch. Report, “EOOW, _ main engine disengaged.”
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