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  1. #1
    Tom Stian Bjerk
    Guest

    Startup problems..

    Hi..

    Using the latest version of pmsystems.

    But I have some problems to start the engines.. I have followed the
    instruction on this video
    http://www.projectmagenta.com/video/...7-start-lo.wmv

    The N2 is spooling up to about 23%. then I open the "Cut Off" , but the
    engines wont start. The N2 is dropping down.. I have found out a solution to
    start the engines..

    I have to press CTRL-SHIFT-F3 (increase mixture or something) on the FS2004
    computer at the same time I open the "Cut Off" on the pmsystems.. Then the
    enignes starts..

    Is there any solution for this? If anybody understands me

    Using the the PMDG 737-700 airfile..

    Best Regards
    Tom Stian Bjerk


  2. #2
    Jan Pemoeller
    Guest

    Startup problems..

    Hi Tom,

    do you use the modified .air file from Thomas Richter?
    If not, search in this forum for it ..

    Regards
    Jan


  3. #3
    Tom Stian Bjerk
    Guest

    Re: Startup problems..

    Ahh.. nice.. i tried to search here before, but dident find anything.. but
    found it now and it works great

    tnx

    Best Regards
    Tom Stian Bjerk

    "Jan Pemoeller" wrote in message
    news:386894.77557@wb.onvix.com...
    > Hi Tom,
    >
    > do you use the modified .air file from Thomas Richter?
    > If not, search in this forum for it ..
    >
    > Regards
    > Jan
    >



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