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Great plane but I'm really lost here... sorry

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I would really like to see a manual for the TinMouse.I really like the 737-200 but really dont understand how to properly fly it. Yes I know most folks here say go to this link http://www.b737.org.uk/fmc.htm. Well I've been there now many times reading it. Wile its a very good site with lots of info. It provides me with no step by step checklist to get the TinMouse all up and running properly. The website provides me with lots of information about the systems on board and pretty much how they work. But yet it does not tell me what the switches do in on the flight deck and what switch does what. I really hate just flipping switches on the overhead panel not really knowing what they heck I just did.Something on the side here about the real 737-200s.Can anyone tell me what is the difference between and 737-277Adv and a 737-253Adv. I have seen other like 737-236Adv, 737-2M8Adv, 737-2H4Adv, 737-298Adv. What makes its a 277 or 253 etc?Thanks for your time and help?

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At least one checklist was posted here on the forum. There is someone working on a manual...but I designed the systems for use with a real-world manual. They're readily available on CD through places like eflightmanuals, and probably there are a few downloadable variants out there.RegardsBob ScottATP IMEL Gulfstream II-III-IV-V L-300Santiago de Chile

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>Can anyone tell me what is the difference between and 737-277Adv and a 737-253Adv. I have seen >other like 737-236Adv, 737-2M8Adv, 737-2H4Adv, 737-298Adv. What makes its a 277 or 253 etc?http://www.airlinecodes.co.uk/boeing.asp7X7-YZZX - Aircraft Family (aka 747, 737, etc...)Y - Aircraft Series (aka 737-200, -300, etc...)ZZ - Customer Code

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Understandable. I could send you some basic info concerning the overhead panel switches. This would only be very basic info assuming you aren't a pilot and have very little knowledge of the systems. Maybe in 2 or 3 sections to be e-mailed. If you have flown transport category equipment then this wouldn't be for you. If you're interested give your email here and I'll be in touch.

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