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Annoying click sound associated with Autobrake

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They also acknowledged the issue in the latest forum update. I suspect we'll get an update soon~ish. In the interim, "my" workaround seems to do the trick, and I can live with it. I keep blaming less-than-competent FO, and it works for me.


Marko Milivojević

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I got rid of my noise by change from OFF -> RTO -> OFF


Hilkiah G. Lavinier

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The workaround I discovered was to use the mousewheel to change the switch position rather than R/L clicks.  Soon as I did that, the switch stopped clicking and stayed in place..

-S.

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On 7/12/2017 at 11:42 AM, icemarkom said:

I noticed this too, but attributed it to fs2crew. I did find a workaround for landing though. Use your mouse wheel to "aggressively" rotate the autobrake all the way to max. This will remove the repetitive clicking, and you can normally rotate the knob to the position you need.

I have had some days off and free time to fly... and had many, many flights and this has worked each time. This is great having the temporary work around to keep flying - David Lee

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i  have  just updated  to the latest  version   and  havnt  heard  the clicking  sound  so  looks like it  fixed in the latest  version


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11 minutes ago, Lling said:

No. Still exist.

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If you're still having the issue you haven't updated the product correctly


Cheers,
Chris Brand
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I've complete deinstalled the 777 and reinstall the new one. I would say, that's the correct way!


with kind regards

Philipp Dolling

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Mine has been fixed as of the latest update


Dave Robertson

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Ok i found the problem. Now everything works.


with kind regards

Philipp Dolling

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