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PFC throttle quadrant problems with SP1b

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Hi everyone!With the installation of SP1b the landing gear in the 737NGX 700WL partially cycles up down on the ground without pilot input. I can get it to stop by using FCUIPC to assign the throttle quadrant gear lever to the 'G' key. However, I'm back to the pre-service pack 1 issue of having to cycle the gear lever twice to get full retraction or full down. Has anyone else experienced this? Bob Price


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Make sure that in FSUIPC you have the switch programmed to send a "G" key on both press and release, and check the "Key press not to be held" box.Also, if you had the gear switch programmed in an aircraft-specific profile, make sure that the name of the aircraft is the same post-SP1B (the buttons.xxxxxx entry in the FSUIPC.INI file should match the Title= line in the aircraft.cfg file)


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Thanks for the reply Bob. I'll give all that a try. Bob :)


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