januzzu

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Hi guys!! I have a problem with the PMDG 737-, that no one has been able to help me solve so far. 
The Gear Lever that often after take-off between 5000 and 7000 ft drops automatically by itself,
I tried to reinstall the PMDG but nothing to do the same, after 2 or three flights starts to give this problem again, can you help me please ?

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2 hours ago, januzzu said:

I tried to reinstall the PMDG but nothing to do the same, after 2 or three flights starts to give this problem again, can you help me please ?

Welcome to the forum. Please note that full names - first and last - are required in your posts here.

Reinstalls should not be used as a troubleshooting method. Only reinstall if the developer asks you to, as reinstalls can cause larger issues, and as you can see in the case here, are largely just a waste of time.

As far as the issue goes, it's most likely an issue that your controller is sending an errant button press.

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Do you use FSUIPC? Maybe you have a mapped button which you are not aware of.

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I do not use FSUIPC, and I have also tried with other Joysticks, but the problem always persists

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Posted (edited)
5 hours ago, januzzu said:

To be precise, it does so only with PMDG 737 -...

Sure, but this doesn't necessarily mean that it is the cause of the problem.

Take off. Raise the gear. Unplug your hardware. Does the issue still happen? If not: hardware button spike.

EDIT: As mentioned earlier, full names - first and last - in the forum, please.

Edited by scandinavian13

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Thanks for the help "scandinavian13", but I've already tried as you say for a long time, and remains the same problem, cmq tomorrow I'll format the PC and reinstall everything again, and hopefully good :angry:

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Hello

I already had such problems like this, for me it was the flaps levers going down to 40 by itself !

I finally find the issue, it was always because of my keyboard assignement and axe levers assignement ! maybe doublon I suppose..

What I did ? I delete all my keyboard assignement and keep only the usefull, check also in fsuicp that you have not double assignement.

If you have a problem with keyboard assignement you will have strange behaviour !!

be careful, also each time you put a new usb peripherique the keys assignement will change !! (make a save of the keys assignement)

Format all will not be the solution or maybe just for a short time..

 

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yep always  the  case   key board  assigments,  or  controller  issues  since  gears  or  flaps  dont  go  down by  them selves 

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2 hours ago, januzzu said:

cmq tomorrow I'll format the PC and reinstall everything again, and hopefully good :angry:

Reformatting your entire computer really isn't going to be the answer to this problem, honestly.

To be clear, you're saying that - even if you unplug your hardware - you still see the issue?

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Speaking of unplugging 'hardware', I would also include replacing your keyboard temporarily for another one. Perhaps there's something triggering the letter G.

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Thanks guys I will respect your advice and will format the pc 

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Thats like having an itchy toe and cure it by cutting of the leg.

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4 hours ago, januzzu said:

Thanks guys I will respect your advice and will format the pc 

Lol... patience is not very strong in this one...

next time: better listen to people advicing you to do sth... we have a lot of experience with this particular issue and to be honest: you have a lot of work now and it will most likely happen again.

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On ‎4‎/‎6‎/‎2018 at 12:25 AM, januzzu said:

Thanks guys I will respect your advice and will format the pc 

As I mentioned earlier, this is the absolute last resort. This is the option you come to only when you have exhausted all other options. This is the option of "oh man, I found a spider in the basement - I should just burn the house down."

Only reformat when it is recommended by a developer, or someone who knows what they're doing. A lot of people will tell you to reformat because it's easier in some cases to just tell you that instead of going through the effort of helping you fix the issue, or because they don't know the answer.

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Posted (edited)

Personally, I would play it safe....and buy a completely new PC, and a new house to put it in. Just to be sure :wink:

Edited by Christopher Low

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On 10/04/2018 at 11:05 AM, Christopher Low said:

Personally, I would play it safe....and buy a completely new PC, and a new house to put it in. Just to be sure :wink:

lmao

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