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Celso Filho

PMDG 777 Autothrotle problem

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I have the 777 PMDG and i love it using on P3d 4.2 with an thrusmaster X 52 PRO

I have no problem in take off or at cruise but in descend it start to behave crazy.

It started to accelerate in my descend to overspeed in full power and the first time i think it was an input given by my throttle,  and to avoid that, iput the override controls to NEVER (in simulation page) so even if my trotthle gives an input the 777 will it ignore it. But suddely it started to accelerate full power and for 2 ou 3 times it happended and i  had to turn off the A/T and back again to put it on track even with the override command to NEVER. you can see it in my live at youtube below in the descent phase. Please help me with what can be happening

 

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The first problem occurs at 2:20:00

2:37:30 the acceleration problem occurs for the first time

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It seems like hardware interference. Especially in the fist time the FMA goes for IDLE to HOLD and then the throttles increase. It is a good practice to always bring the throttles back to idle in your hardware.

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Well, he said that he disabled the override function for exactly this reason... so this shouldn‘t be a hardware thing anymore..

I can‘t watch the video now so I can‘t help any further I‘m afraid 

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1 hour ago, Ephedrin said:

Well, he said that he disabled the override function for exactly this reason... so this shouldn‘t be a hardware thing anymore..

I can‘t watch the video now so I can‘t help any further I‘m afraid 

Marc for the throttle to go to full thrust when i hold mode can be happen only if there is hardware interference, or pressing F4 No other way :)

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