klm729

PMDG 777 and 747 brakes stay on after landing (P3D v4.4)

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Hello,

 

This is my first time posting on an AVSIM forum. When I finish landing in the PMDG 777 or 747, the brakes stay on. Even if I apply 100% N1, it reaches a maximum speed of 1 knot. When I try to set the parking brakes and release them, it doesn't work. I searched a lot on the internet, tried everything I could find, and nothing worked. When I tried to set the brake repeat slider in P3D to 50%, I still couldn't move. I do not have any of these problems in the 737NGX.

 

Can anyone help me?

 

Thanks in advance.

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Hello,

I wonder if you have burst all the tyres?

It saeems to be very easy to do, all you need to do is use the brakes to slow down.🙂

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http://tinyurl.com/y3ns9tps

 

This is the brake setting I have in P3D. When I move the slider to 50%, I still have the same issue. I'm not experienced with PMDG aircraft, I'm still learning.

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I landed with the brake slider at 50% on the 777, and everything was normal! Now I only need to try it with the 747.

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Posted (edited)

That's what happens to me and I see those messages.

Apparently it is my fault for not knowing how to slow the aircraft down and

in the real world a gentle application of the brakes does not immediately

set fire to the brakes and burst all the tyres.

It might also be that using a simple joystick, the brakes are either full on or full off

with no means to brake gently.

Try a slow landing in an empty aircraft and use the reversers to slow down.

You will use all of the runway but you should be able to taxi when the landing is over.

Edited by Reader

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Posted (edited)
1 hour ago, Reader said:

That's what happens to me and I see those messages.

Apparently it is my fault for not knowing how to slow the aircraft down and

in the real world a gentle application of the brakes does not immediately

set fire to the brakes and burst all the tyres.

It might also be that using a simple joystick, the brakes are either full on or full off

with no means to brake gently.

Try a slow landing in an empty aircraft and use the reversers to slow down.

You will use all of the runway but you should be able to taxi when the landing is over.

Thank you for your advice, but I also have this problem on autobrake. And when I do a rejected takeoff, I don't have this problem.

Edited by klm729

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Posted (edited)

Hello,

I have only empirical advice.

If you want the definitive answer, try the PMDG Support Forum

Edited by Reader

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I'm going to guess that this is being caused by landing severely overweight...in your screen shot with the tire press and temp warnings, you have over 355,000 lbs of fuel on the jet, which means you're significantly over the max landing weight even with no payload.

 

 

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