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One-Eleven APU operation

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I don't know if you are flying the EXCELENT freeware One-Eleven from David Maltby (http://www.dmflightsim.co.uk/).I followed the tutorial (available in David's website), but there's one think that seems not to work as explained. In the beginning of the checklist, just after the "battery on", we have to put the APU Generator Control in the Tripped position:http://www.dmflightsim.co.uk/html/FLYING%2...GEN_CONTROL.jpgBut when I try to do this, the switch just came back to the "normal" position and the "GEN FAIL" lights never extinguishes. I'm doing anything wrong? Is that normal?Another indicative that something's wrong is, if I ignore and continue with the checklist, after I start the APU, the needles of the voltage, cycles and amps don't move, showing low voltage, different of the tutorial image, that shows the needles moved more than half way with the Gen Fail lights off.Just another question, that may be related with the first problem I had. After a few more items in the checklist, we need to put the Air Con Masters in APU position, and in the image of the tutorial:http://www.dmflightsim.co.uk/html/FLYING%2...AIR_CON_APU.jpgDoing that would turn off the Master Valve lights, but they're staying on for me. Is anything wrong?Thanks for any attention, and please, if you don't, try this classic aircraft.

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>You might try over at the Classic British Aircraft Forum >http://www.cbfsim.org/>Lot's of interesting discussion on David Maltby's and others>aircraft.>>DaleJust after I did this post I discover it. Thanks anyway Dale!

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