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I have been flying PMDG's excellent version of the Queeen of the skys, and in the last few days the autopilot has been acting erratically for some reason. When I have engaged the autoland and I'm on the glide slope, the autopilot keeps disengaging for some reason. This has never happened before, and all of a sudden it it happening on a regular basis. Any ideas what could be causing this and how to fix it?Thanks

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I think this ought to be asked in the PMDG 747 forum, actually...


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Yes, ask in PMDG, in the mean while...is your joystick/yoke spiking at all? Try to recalibrate it.


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Yes, ask in PMDG, in the mean while...is your joystick/yoke spiking at all? Try to recalibrate it.
Hi red1...what do you mean by spiking?

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Hi red1...what do you mean by spiking?
What he probably means is whether there is any chance that your joystick may be sending inputs to the sim that override the autopilot and force a disconnect. Check your deadzones/recalibrate it. Some joysticks have a tendency to send signals even when you're not touching the controls.

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