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I have a couple of questions and possible bug. When ever I start a flight the cutoff switches are in the up position. I had this problem originally with the 600/700 and then after SU2 that went away and now it is back. Not a big deal just wanted to bring it up to see if this is just me or for everyone.Second I cannot access the MFD SYS or ENG switch. I press them and nothing changes on the MFD. I never am able to see what my N2 pressure is when starting. I have selected the Delta Airlines in styles and maybe they just have this on there aircraft.Thanks

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The lower MFD can be accessed by right clicking on the upper right hand DU. The engine and sys buttons will change the display accordingly.The fuel cutoff levers have a mind of there own. It should be down, but unfortunetly I don't believe RSR has been able to make them go down with any regularity.

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Thanks Fred, Yes the fuel cutoff are definitely not a show stopper, too many good things than to worry about the 8 seconds it takes me to place them in cutoff.:(.Another question I am not on my computer with MSFS on it. What is DU?Thanks again

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Hi>What is DU?There's six of 'em in the NGCaptaions Inner and Outer DUF/Os Inner and Outer DUand finally the Upper and Lower DU:-)They are the Display Units...Cheers,

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Oh well I feel stupid. That was easy enough. I didnt know that was the abbreviation for Display Unit.Thanks for the help

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