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Roger Mazengarb

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Hi guys,Can someone fire up the Peregrine for me and report back their Annunciator Panel Status?After Engine start up.....I still have 2 annunciatior lights displayed (Ice Protection Selected and Stall Indent)Is this normal? ............and why are they displayed?Thanks for your HelpRegardJohn

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John, that is correct. Everytime I have flown the Hawker the two lights stay on. Turning the anti-icing system on does not turn the lights off. Why this is someone else will have to answer. May be a warning that the systems are working.

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Hi,I gave it a try this afternoon.Used auto-start , I cannot fly this bird , worked OK.NO lights.Everything OK.I think the announciater only points to things which are NOT OK.In flight there should be no warning.Regards

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Hi Leen,Thats strange that Wayne and me are seeing the same lights!!.............I'm curious to what other flyers are seeing?RegardsJohn

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Thanks for that Wayne,Do you also get a fuel annunciator display until you manually switch on the pumps on the overhead panel?RegardsJohn

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G'day John,Have you got the B747 in your aircraft folder???I don't think you have :-)I just did a quick flight in the hawker and had NO Lights. If I switched on engine anti-ice then the ENG anti ice lights would illuminate.It is normal practise to have lights ON for operation of engine anti ice/pitot heat and window heat mainly as a confirmation to the pilot that the system is ON and also as a reminder not to forget to turn it OFF.Many a pitot cover has been charred beyond recognition and the pitot head ruined by forgetful pilots (and maintenance guys :-) ).Cheers,Roger @YSSY Cheers,Roger @YSSY

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Correct! Ever since Fly!2, you must turn on the Left & Right Fuel Pumps. This turns out the overhead low pressure warnings by the switches and extinguishes the Fuel warning on the Annunciator panel.

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Hi Roger,Just to confirm I don't have the B747 in my aircraft folder, and I don't understand why these lights remain on, seeing that I have not modified the Hawker in anyway.I'll investigate further.Cheers John

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Hi Randall,I thought I could'nt remember having to do this in Fly2k.Many ThanksJohn

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G'day John,The reason that I mentioned the 747 is that on the O/H panel of the Hawker I have 6 ?????? engine start switches showing. :-) Sure only the normal 2 are active but I suspect that a file from Jeans 747 may somehow be also involved removing those icing lights as I do vaguely remember them working as you state. From memory I also think the anti-icing system is/was broken in Fly! II. Another good theory shot down in flames! :-) I tried removing the 747 pods. That got rid of the extra 4 start switches but still I don't get the icing lights. I KNOW I used to get them.Cheers,Roger @YSSY

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