Guest gustavo

brake problem after landing

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Hi gyus,

im getting a problem after landing seems like brakes go full by themselves, dont know why, i have autobrake off, and i even tried disconeecting my pro pedals and nothing happens, i have to set full thrust so the plane will move. very annoying any help=

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What does the Gear EICAS page say?

I recall on 737 or 777 I managed at one time to overheat the brakes so much, so that safety plug gave for the tyres and the effect was like if I had parking brake applied.

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i have a break temp warning after takeoff always, but i do not abuse the breaks on taxi at all, and when i land this happens, but it happens as sooon as i touch down, i havent even aapplied breaks when it happens, i just have full reversers

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Hi,

Do you use fsuipc?

If yes, you can try to delete the fsuipc.ini or the profile for the 747 if you use separate profile (back it up in case it wouldn't be that).

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Yes I have fsuipc but i dont use a single profile for the 747 i use a generic one for all my 4 engine planes

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Hi,

As I am now having this problem too, I came to this post via Search. Is this case came to a conclusion?

Yesterday I landed normally at KTPA using B747F / P3DV4.1 after 7 hs flight from LPAZ and I couldn't taxi to the gate after clearing the active and holding short due to Tower instructions.

And, as described by Gusifer, I had to apply max throttle to reach a gate.

Thanks.

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If I takeoff heavy with brake temp at 1 or 2 by the time I reach V1 temps are at 8 or 9 & shortly after Vr tires are popping, usually 4 - 6 tires. Just seems seems way too sensitive but then again I've never piloted a 747 so what do I know. Maybe takeoff has to be with brake temps at 0 when you're heavy...

Mark  

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Hi,

If brake temperature increases so much during takeoff that the fuse plugs melt, then I would assume that the brakes are not fully released. Usually comes from an axis that is not properly calibrated or with an unsufficient deadzone.

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