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    Strange 737 trim behaviour

    Dear Pit builders colleagues,

    I've a strange issue with my trim. If i trim to the most outher value the trim starts to go up and down like a switch contiuously switching...
    If i trim back to neutral position the effect disappears. This happened to me often when after take of during climbing out.
    The following trim hardware : GoFlight LGT (Rotary Encoder brought to pedestal trim wheel).
    Software : FsXpand, FreedFD, PM, FS9.
    The trim is assigned to the switch on the yoke (Saitek) and to the trimwheel.

    Did somebody experianced a similar problem?

    How did you solved this?

    Looking forward to some advise.


    Thanks in advance,


    Regards from Bas

    KLM077

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    Re: Strange 737 trim behaviour

    No clue, anyone?

    Thanks in advance,


    Regards from Bas

    KLM077

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