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    B737 Switch

    Hi Guys,

    I'm not sure which switch I am referring to exactly - I'm not familiar with 737s, but there is a switch on the overhead that you select to a position, and after (possibly the engines start), the switch returns back to a central position by itself.

    What are these kinds of switches called? Solenoid switch or ...???

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    Re: B737 Switch

    It's the engine starter switch : http://www.simworld.pl/shop/product_...products_id=84
    You actually have to push the knob in to be able to switch it to the "start" position.
    It is a soleno´d switch.
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    Re: B737 Switch

    Thanks for that.