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KeithGiannoni

HOW TO RESET AFTER RPEATING COMMANDS

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Apologies, as I am sure this has been addressed but I cannot find it!! I have button version for PMDG 737. Last night, I was a 'fast fingered Freddy' and requested Flaps 5 above the limit. The Co Pilot gave the appropriate warning. However, having no doubt triggered the request again accidentally, I then could not silence the Co Pillot!! I tried powering the panel down, resetting the commands all to no avail. As I was on line with ATC, I did not want to restart the flight. Indeed, the only time the First Officer became silent was when I closed the sim.

 

Can someone advise me what to do in these circumstances and how I can restart FS2Crew?

 

Kind regards,

 

Keith Giannoni

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However, having no doubt triggered the request again accidentally, I then could not silence the Co Pillot!!

 

You mean it went into a loop and the FO said 'flaps 5' over and over again?

 

And this was button control?

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Hi Bryan,

 

Correct. I had asked for Flaps 1 and FO warned we were above the minimum speed for Flaps 1. This was true as I hit the button in error. Tried everything to stop him repeating the warning to no avail. Such as trying to go back to descent checklist etc. He nearly had a new job as a wing walker!!!! Only stopped when I was on the ground in Crete. Only happened the once so far, so possibly one of those weary FSX glitches.

 

Keith

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I'm not sure.  Could have been a one off thing because I haven't had it reported before.

 

Moving this to Legacy Button control.

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