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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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Wild guessing: you have ever thought about an controller config error?

 


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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.


Kyle Rodgers

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


Mateusz Kapusta

 

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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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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.

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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?


Kyle Rodgers

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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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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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