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    737 start switch flick back mechanism

    Hi All
    I have put togeather a power point presentation for those interested in manufacturing their own engine start flick back mechanism. It was designed for the B737 but could be used for many other applications. I also designed it around the open cockpits iocards as they use a good 5volt output. excellent for trigering a relay. The sioc code is also included in the ppt presentation.

    GET THE FILE HERE

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    Last edited by Trevor Hale; 07-31-2008 at 03:32 PM.

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    You can post it in the download library. Go to the download library and select "ADD" and upload the file.

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    Thanks for that i will upload to the file library and should be there within the hour
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    File is now available in the file downloads area.
    Kind Regards all
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    Thanks for uploading the tutorial. Great job.

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    Very nice tutorial Trevor. Thanks for sharing

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    What is a .ppt file?

    I can't open this.
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    Remember...140, 250, and REALLY FAST!

    We don't need no stinkin' ETOPS!



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    ppt = Power Point. Its part of Microsoft Office.
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    I guess I won't be looking at that.
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    There is an online Power Point viewer somewhere but I don't recall where.
    In the meantime, try this:
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