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How do I identify the switches needed for flying the 777?

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Where can I find photos or illustrations of each of the switches (with their names/descriptions) referred to in the Manual?

 

For example the Clickspots in the Introduction Manual are the type of helpful information I'm seeking for the switches in the various panels.

 

Or are they already available and I've missed them?

 

Cliff

 

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Or are they already available and I've missed them?

 

Read and fly the tutorial flight.

 

 

 


Cliff

 

Full names in the forum, please - first and last.

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Hi,

 

You can also read the FCOM v2, it contains the description of all the systems, displays and switches of the aircraft.

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1.   Full name it will be in future! (If I remember...in my late eighties now so that doesn't always happen.......!)

 

2.   Thanks for the tip. Plan on trying the Tutorial tonight.

 

Cliff Harris  (In Spain)

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1. Full name it will be in future! (If I remember...in my late eighties now so that doesn't always happen.......!)

You don't need to remember to sign each post. Set it up so that is done automatically. Try this - click on your user name in upper right corner, click on My Profile, click on Edit My Profile, click on Signature, in Edit Signature enter your first and last name, click save  and your name will be on all of your posts.

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Done Michael!

 

Thanks. 

 

Now I'll just add "Cliff" and see whether it ends up with "Harris" on it's own. I saved the change so it SHOULD do it....

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Done Michael!

 

Thanks.

 

Now you are in business with the signature. All you have to do is figure out the switches and click spots. It's an amazing plane once you get it figured out and start to fly routes you have planned.

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