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barrytitchen

FSX - Program goes in to reverse

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Hi,

 

I have had two instances now when flying PMG737-800 when, on the ground, the aircraft starts going backwards. The first time it happened when I was taxying out for take-off. The second has just happened after landing at Heathrow.  It does not appear to be an aircraft fault since I shut everything down, applied the brakes and still I went backwards.

 

Any ideas out there,

 

Regards,

 

BJT 

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It happens even with default aircraft.  Best solution is to reset the flight.

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Maybe you are stuck in "pushback" mode, check your keyboard for a dirty/stuck key?

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If you are on a hill, facing upwards, put it into 1st gear, along with the hand break! :ph34r:

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Well, I'm glad I'm not alone in having this problem. Reflecting on the two instances I have seen, I think it could be a scenery problem rather than the aircraft. In both cases the aircraft has been at London (Heathrow) using LHR Extreme by Gary Summers.

 

Thanks for the replies so far.

 

Regards,

 

BJT

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Well, I think there is two reasons for this-

1. Like the guy above me said, you might have accidentally hit Shift+P which triggers the pushback. If that's the case, just hit Shift+P to disable the pushback

2. You might be experiencing some sort of lag. I'm not sure how I can help solve that situation though...

 

After reading the other posts, I think that the airports slope might be a culprit but I'm not sure.

 

By the way, do you remember how fast you were going backwards? This might help in finding the problem..

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