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    Config pitch trim not in T.O range - different indications -

    Hi all,
    I have a difference value between the pitch trim indication on the wheel (zero) and on SD which indicates 4.0 nose up. The trim wheel a Skalarki one with motorized trim is well calibrated and FMGS is up to date also the Profiler. The aircraft commutes in speed and altitude. The difference remains. Should be something of weight calculation but on the runway the values should be match e.g. trim wheel on zero and SD indicates also zero (?). The P3D version is 4.2... Thank you for help... Regards Werner.

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    Re: Config pitch trim not in T.O range - different indications -

    Hello Werner,
    I have the same problem. Did you fixed it?
    Regards,Thorsten

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    Re: Config pitch trim not in T.O range - different indications -

    Quote Originally Posted by Totti View Post
    Hello Werner,
    I have the same problem. Did you fixed it?
    Regards,Thorsten
    Hi, I restored a backup which I did before fortunately. The failure in pitch trim disappeard and I dont know no the reason... that the aircraft commutes I assume that happens when the aircraft goes to fast from descend/climb phase to ALT CRZ so if I pay a little attention this weird behavior no longer takes place... Regards Werner