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Run Stand/By Switch

1967 Cessna337b

How do you test the run standby switch?? When turned to the run position it should supply power in case of a battery solenoid contactor failure correct. If you disconnect the ground wire from the battery solenoid contactor simulating a failure you should be able to turn the standby switch on and have power. I tried this on the ground yellow light comes on but no power to aircraft Tried with both the master on and master off What am I missing Does the aircraft have too be running for it to work ??? I am guessing you are getting power from the alternators only and not the battery so the engines must be running for it to supply power to the aircraft

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From the POH: ALTERNATOR RUN/STANDBY SWITCH AND WARNING LIGHT. A rocker type switch (Labelled Run/Stand-by) is provided for emergency use in case of complete loss of the electrical system due to a malfunction of the battery contactor. The alternators are self-sustaining, and, under normal circumstances, will remain in operation even though the battery is isolated from the system by failure of the battery contactor. However, under conditions of extreme electrical load (such as IFR conditions) any additional heavy surge load (such as wing flap operation) may result in a lowering of system voltage to a point where alternator output cannot be maintained; a complete loss of the electrical system will result, as evidenced by loss of all electrical equipment. The "Run/Stand-by" switch should immediately be placed in the "Stand-by" position, thereby restoring electrical power to the system. NOTE: The "Stand-by" system is intended for temporary use, and should not be used except in case of emergency. When ground checking the "Stand-by" system, turn on the master switch as a precaution against damage to electronic equipment by voltage transients.
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