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QW 787 Autopilot problem

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I've got a Problem on QW 787:

When I engage Autopilot the yoke of the 787 turns to left and the Autopilot doesn't fly any turns. It does not follow LNAV or HDG's. When I disengage the Autopilot, the yoke turns to Center and I can fly manually.

Where is the Problem?

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This has just happened to me too. It's frustrating after a 2 hour flight from KSEA to KPHX. I had to do something else in the last 50 min of the flight. The plane didn't stop at the TOD, and then I noticed that I would have to handfly it to KPHX due to the yoke/rudder turning left when AP was on. I'm just wondering how long it takes to get that plane right. I had a good flight the other day from CYYZ to CYUL. But I can't trust it on long flights. Some other companies call that public beta... Well, back into the hangar.

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Hi guys,

Just had the same thing happen here too...most odd. Did you find a solution?



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I just upgraded from P3d4.3 to 4.5. If your on the latest P3d 4.5, I would recommend downloading the latest files from Flight 1 and reinstalling the 787.

They did an upgraded 787 which includes the -10 model.

My 787 is faultless. 



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