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Problems assigning my PFC 737 Yoke and GoFlight TQ6


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Starting with the yoke, I assign aileron to the axis and then in calibration I click set then proceed to turn left, click set, return to center and click set, turn right and click set but now it goes "ding" and nothing happens unless I select "rev" checkbox and start over. But I have to uncheck or else it turns the wrong way. As for the TQ6 throttle control I assign my axis to throttle 1 & 2 but get lost of engine power when I push all the way up, I have to pull back but it does not feel like full power. All this is happening on my iFly 737 in FSX.

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Starting with the yoke, I assign aileron to the axis and then in calibration I click set then proceed to turn left, click set, return to center and click set, turn right and click set but now it goes "ding" and nothing happens unless I select "rev" checkbox and start over. But I have to uncheck or else it turns the wrong way.

Your problem is that you are equating "left" with "minimum" and "right" with "maximum"! FSUIPC's calibration is NOT graphic, as you surely must have noticed? Did you turn your elevators left and right to calibrate? Or your throttles?

To obtain the precise calibration which FSUIPC is noted for it uses NUMBERS, not DIRECTIONS. "Minimum" means "lowest" and "Maximum" means "highest". Whether that means up down left right back forward in the FS world is irrelevant.

FSUIPC needs the numbers ascending from left to right -- the minimum needs to be lower than the centres and the centres lower than the maximum. Else you'll get the "ding".

Press Reset, then Set again and calibrate it properly, following the numbered steps in the User Guide. That's what they are for.

As for the TQ6 throttle control I assign my axis to throttle 1 & 2 but get lost of engine power when I push all the way up, I have to pull back but it does not feel like full power.

Again you need just to calibrate properly. Foilow the instructions!

Pete

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