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Hi everyone

I purchase the Jetmax Throttle 737 and now im using the fsuipc to get everything working,so far the flaps,spolier,engines and reversers and working great but i cant get the parking brake to work and the Engine start levers 1&2 to work either.

I did everything on the manual has mention and still doesnt want to work.

Can someone help me with this problem please?

Thanks

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I purchase the Jetmax Throttle 737 and now im using the fsuipc to get everything working,so far the flaps,spolier,engines and reversers and working great but i cant get the parking brake to work and the Engine start levers 1&2 to work either.

I did everything on the manual has mention and still doesnt want to work.

PArking brake is a simple button assignment. What are you trying?

Engine start levers for jets need to be assigned to MixtureN_Rich (for engine N "idle" position) and MixrtureN_Lean (for Engine N "cutoff" position. What are you trying?

Pete

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Hi Peter

Hi got the parking brakes working now.

The engine start levers levers I did exactly like it says on the throttle manual,now my confusion was on the PmDG 737 the levers don't move at all when I move mine levers on my throttle but after reading some other topics here that's a common thing with the pmdg ?

I was trying to take some pics of what it says on the manual to show you but I can't.

Thanks

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The engine start levers levers I did exactly like it says on the throttle manual,now my confusion was on the PmDG 737 the levers don't move at all when I move mine levers on my throttle but after reading some other topics here that's a common thing with the pmdg ?

If you mean the PMDG 737NGX on FSX (you haven't even mentioned which FS), then it has complete subsystems programmed on top of the base FSX sim, and many parts are not controllable using FSX controls. There are many alternative controls you are able to use instead, as listed in their SDK. I've just checked -- thePMDG_NGX_SDK.h file lists these:

#define EVT_CONTROL_STAND_ENG1_START_LEVER (THIRD_PARTY_EVENT_ID_MIN + 688)

#define EVT_CONTROL_STAND_ENG2_START_LEVER (THIRD_PARTY_EVENT_ID_MIN + 689)

from which you can compute the actual control numbers using this earlier line:

#define THIRD_PARTY_EVENT_ID_MIN 0x00011000 // equals to 69632

Regards

Pete

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Peter when i put the lever on my throttle to cut off position the engine doesnt shout down,it decreases the power but that it ,then the power in the engines goes up again.

How shoud i set it up on fsuipc?

Another question is on my PMDG 747 FSX i have almost everything set up like engines,speed braker,flaps but i can i get the 4 reverse thrusters to work?

Sorry Peter my English is not the best to type so i hope you understand.

Thanks

Ricky

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Peter when i put the lever on my throttle to cut off position the engine doesnt shout down,it decreases the power but that it ,then the power in the engines goes up again.

How shoud i set it up on fsuipc?

If this is with an add-on aircraft? How are you programming that lever? For cutoff/idle on normal FS aircraft you assign the cutoff position to the appropriate Mixture Lean controls and the idle position to the Mixture Rich control.

Another question is on my PMDG 747 FSX i have almost everything set up like engines,speed braker,flaps but i can i get the 4 reverse thrusters to work?

Sorry, I have no idea what PMDG uses for reverse. Test FSUIPC settings with default aircraft. See if you can get support for PMDG aircraft from the PMDG forum. I don't have or use any PMDG aircraft.

Regards

Pete

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