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Nikdunaev

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Hello

 

Please help.

 

How to get rid of an annoying starter spoolup sound when flying with a failed engine?

Or, at least, make it sound at constant tone?

 

Thank you!

 

Best Regards

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Hello

 

Please help.

 

How to get rid of an annoying starter spoolup sound when flying with a failed engine?

Or, at least, make it sound at constant tone?

 

Thank you!

 

Best Regards

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Nik,

 

It's been years since I flew the 767, are you actually shutting the engine down per QRH after it has failed? By that I mean using the cutoff switch.

 

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Strange, I would have thought something like that would have been picked up years ago. Would be a good idea to visit the official LVL-D Forum.

 

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Maybe, I am really bad at looking through forums, but either I can not make a right request, or there is no such discussion, at least, I can not see it

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I am really bad at looking through forums

 

Given that weakness but have you checked the Unofficial Level D forum here at AVSIM?

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Maybe, I am really bad at looking through forums, but either I can not make a right request, or there is no such discussion, at least, I can not see it

 

 

This is strange: I searched the LVLD forums; not even your support request showed up?!?   :huh:

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