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Scenario reset problem - tail heavy 737 800

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Just wondering if anyone else is having the recurring problem that I am........I'm flying PMDG 737-800 NGX (in fact it happens with all the 737 variants) and I load up a fresh boot up of p3d and fly without any problems. The issue comes when I press escape and "Load Scenario" which is one I've previously created (doesn't matter which scenario the problem is in them all with the 737 ) and after the scenario loads and the 20 second re-coding countdown finishes the plane seems very tail heavy and no matter what I do it's constantly nose up, slow and tail heavy threatening to go into a stall. I can trim it out and fly it but it's not right and as air speed reduces the worse it becomes and you can't land like that...... but if I exit p3d and load that same scenario from a fresh it works perfectly??? I've tried all sorts like re-trimming before I switch scenarios but nothing works except a re-boot of p3d (not the PC). BTW I'm on p3d V4.4 and loving it.

Any ideas.

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You cannot load a PMDG after a PMDG. In fact, a warning message pops up saying this will cause malfuntions.

Load one of the default P3D planes in between. ( eg. PMDG -> F16 -> PMDG)

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Willy Vercruyssen

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37 minutes ago, willy647 said:

You cannot load a PMDG after a PMDG. In fact, a warning message pops up saying this will cause malfuntions.

Load one of the default P3D planes in between. ( eg. PMDG -> F16 -> PMDG)

Oh didn't know that...I do not get any warning message.....cheers for the help.

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2 minutes ago, knowlep said:

.I do not get any warning message.

You do get this message when loading the plane via Vehicle/Select. Maybe not when loading a scenario ?

https://imgur.com/a/AiRnSik


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