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Shawnn

Hydraulics overheat

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Hi everyoneCan someone please educate me?, since I installed the NGX SP1 update, my hydraulics elec 1 and elec 2 pumps have been getting overheated, it only happen when I start from cold and dark, doesn't matter what I do or how I set up the aircraft my hydraulics elec 1 and elec 2 pumps will always overheat, can someone tell me why it happens and how to get rid of it?, I have service-based failures active on my ngxthis one is with the hydrauclic pumps offthis one is with the hydraulics pumps onNygel Norman

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What does your fuel temperature gauge say? If it's off the charts, then you've used an old/obsolete panel state, and the fix would be to use a new SP1-friendly panel state. For more information view the main sticky at the top of the NGX forum. [ http://forum.avsim.net/topic/352155-post-sp1-do-not-use-old-panel-states-and-option-inis/ ]


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My suggestion would be to start with a different panel setting, turn everything off, then save that as your "cold & dark". More than likely your fuel temperature is off the scale, and as far as I know there really is no other way to fix it than the way I described.


Arrey Ati
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My suggestion would be to start with a different panel setting, turn everything off, then save that as your "cold & dark". More than likely your fuel temperature is off the scale, and as far as I know there really is no other way to fix it than the way I described.
I'll try that, thanks you so muchNygel Norman

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Make sure there is a minimum of 1675 Lbs/760 kg of fuel in the main tanks to cool the heat exchangers, If not, Do not operate the "Hydraulic" Electrical Motor Driven Pumps (EMDP) for more than 2 minutes to prevent a overheat of the hydraulic case drain fluid from the EMDP's of hydraulic system A and B.


Mark Scheerman

 

Boeing 737-6/7/8/900 Ground Engineer

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