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The Air Speed Indicator has a dial at the upper part of the instrument face. So you simply dial in the pressure altitude (=Altimeter set to 29.92) in ft via the knob, and align it with the temperature mark just below.  
 
The Air Speed Indicator has a dial at the upper part of the instrument face. So you simply dial in the pressure altitude (=Altimeter set to 29.92) in ft via the knob, and align it with the temperature mark just below.  
 
Now you can read your true airspeed in the lower left window of your instrument.
 
Now you can read your true airspeed in the lower left window of your instrument.
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[[:File:C182s-ais-tas.png|There is a screenshot]] showing an example of using the TAS disc.
    
'''''I flew in cold weather, but suddenly crashed because the aircraft slowed down. Where is the carb heat?'''''
 
'''''I flew in cold weather, but suddenly crashed because the aircraft slowed down. Where is the carb heat?'''''
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