Preliminary Accident Reports

August 2007 Issue

June 1, 2007, Chandler, Ariz., Cessna 340A

The pilot took off around 1530 to troubleshoot a landing gear anomaly. After departing the airport area, he cycled the landing gear, and upon getting questionable indications in the cockpit of gear position, he requested another aircraft confirm his landing gear configuration. Once he got the confirmation that all three wheels were down he proceeded back to the airport.

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