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Engine #1 Issue

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Hello,

  I'm having issues with engine #1 not producing any thrust after start up.  I have followed the tutorial and am not sure what is causing this.  This happens with all livery's.  When I start all engines everything looks good (N1,N2,fuel flow, oil p, oil q) except engine #1 oil temp is low (yellow).  When I increase throttle #1 nothing happens.  Any ideas on what could be causing this?

 

Matt Wright   

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40 minutes ago, wrightt80 said:

Any ideas on what could be causing this?

Are you using FSUIPC to map your throttle axis?

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5 minutes ago, scandinavian13 said:

Are you using FSUIPC to map your throttle axis?

Yes

 

 

Matt Wright

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7 minutes ago, wrightt80 said:

Yes

Thought so. Temporarily take the FSUIPC.ini out of your <sim root>\modules folder and place it somewhere else. If the issue goes away, it's an FSUIPC issue.

Usually, it's best to map all axes in the sim, and only process them (calibrate, set zones, etc.) in FSUIPC.

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18 minutes ago, scandinavian13 said:

Thought so. Temporarily take the FSUIPC.ini out of your <sim root>\modules folder and place it somewhere else. If the issue goes away, it's an FSUIPC issue.

Usually, it's best to map all axes in the sim, and only process them (calibrate, set zones, etc.) in FSUIPC.

Can't find this in the modules folder. I have several FSUIPC folder just not .ini.  I have it set to show hidden folders

 

 

Matt Wright

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2 minutes ago, wrightt80 said:

Can't find this in the modules folder. I have several FSUIPC folder just not .ini.  I have it set to show hidden folders

This could be the reason. Sounds like a bad FSUIPC install, perhaps.

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1 minute ago, scandinavian13 said:

This could be the reason. Sounds like a bad FSUIPC install, perhaps.

Ok, I will try this.  I will report back! Thanks for the quick responses!

 

Matt Wright

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Problem solved! I reinstalled FSUIPC and recalibrated everything.  Thanks Kyle!!

 

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16 hours ago, wrightt80 said:

Problem solved! I reinstalled FSUIPC and recalibrated everything.  Thanks Kyle!

Glad to hear it. You're welcome.

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