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Fuel Cutoff on 777

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I am having a problem with the PSS 777. Whenever I select the plane and want to fly, after about 5 seconds the fuel flow gauge is set to cutoff automatically and this results in engine shutdown so all the avionics are switched off. I can't switch it on so the fuel flows and the engines can restart. Please help me out!!

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Yes I can provide with more detail.1) I start Microsoft Flight Simulator 20042) Select the B777-300ER (PSS)3) I click FLY NOW!4) The FS2004 loading bar comes upAnd then after 5 seconds once the plane has loaded the engines switch off because the fuel has been cutoff.

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Yes I tried that but still no change.The switch setting can't be altered using a mouse. I cannot switch on the lights using the mouse(clicking on the lights option in the overhead panel) but I can switch the lights on if I press 'L' on the keyboard. When I press 'L' I can see the switch going up and down but not with my mouse.

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Yes the default Cessna flight has engine running but not the PSS 777. The engines quickly shut after the FS2004 has loaded the scenery and other files.

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Check in B777 settings what your start-up preference is set to.>Yes the default Cessna flight has engine running but not the>PSS 777. The engines quickly shut after the FS2004 has loaded>the scenery and other files.

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We can't do nothing for that problem. We have to learn in the manuals how to start the aircraft.

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We can't do nothing for that problem. We have to learn in the manuals how to start the aircraft.

 

Did you not see this thread was from 2005?

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yes but there is no solutions found for this problem. So i posted one

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yes but there is no solutions found for this problem. So i posted one

 

Do you really think any of the original posters are still around?

Do you really think anyone uses the PSS 777 anymore?

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