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    737NG Switches and positions

    Hi everyone!
    Have tried searching the forum about this and can't find any thread about 737NG's switches.

    I've recently started on building the 737NG simulator and in this moment I'm waiting for MIP panels from simworld.pl.. hopefully they will ship them within 2 weeks.

    Now to the topic, where can I find a chart of 737NG switches? Some switches is easy to know but some is more difficult and I don't know if I should buy a springloaded switch or a normal on-off-on switch or even just a on-off switch.. same with rotarys and encoders.

    Would be great if anyone know a site where I can find this kind of information, mainly for the MIP but also for the pedestal and OVH.

    Happy new year everybody!

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    Re: 737NG Switches and positions

    For the overhead, try this link

    http://www.737ng.co.uk/boeing737ngoverheadswitchmap.pdf

    David

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    Re: 737NG Switches and positions

    I need to know where to get the swothes with the white heads on....any help too

    Thanks

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    Re: 737NG Switches and positions

    Quote Originally Posted by Cockpit View Post
    I need to know where to get the swothes with the white heads on....any help too

    Thanks
    Hi!

    If you have small switches these covers will fit: Rembember to check the diamter of the switch so it fits.
    http://www.simparts.de/epages/154657...ts/737-SC-0001

    If you have bigger switches there might fit:
    http://www.simparts.de/epages/154657...ducts/CAP-0001

    once again.. check the diamter of the switch

    Edit: flyengravity have some covers too.. they do look even better:
    http://www.flyengravity.com/page/shop/8

    David:
    Thank you! That will help a lot when I get to the overheadpanel.

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    Re: 737NG Switches and positions

    Hi Guys,

    For a list of what switches fit where in the 737 NG overhead panel check out each panel individually at:

    www.hispapanels.com

    For the locking switches check out Bob Andrus at White Hawk Electronics

    stores.ebay.com/White-Hawk-Electronics

    Bob has genuine Honeywell Microswitch products for sale real cheap!
    Genuine Honeywell AML pushbuttons for Collins MCP too!

    Our very own Geremy Britton has white toggle cap covers in 2 sizes similar to Georg's at Simparts:

    www.geremy.co.uk

    Remember that Flyengravity's white toggle caps come in 2 separate parts, the shaft and the screw on cap!

    Happy sim building and Happy New Year!

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