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E-Jets v2 w/P3dv4 & FSX-SE - trim problem

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Hi - I have the E-Jets v2 series for both FSX and P3D v4.3, and I cannot set the trim in either sim - it's "pegged" at 13.0, with the aural warning TRIM.  If I use the num7, it will move the trim down into the green, but when I release the key, it moves back up to 13.0.  I'm running Win7-64.  My hardware setup is Saitek Cessna yoke, throttle, and pedals, along with the GoFlight Airliner Captain hardware.  Any help/ideas would be appreciated. 

Thanks,
Jim

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Hi - you mean trim sensitivity?  no...I'll give that a try and report back....

Tried changing sensitivity - no change, problem still exists.

Edited by SWA4420
Updated after test

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Check to confirm the yoke is centered through calibration.  The yoke not being centered will cause the behavior you are reporting.

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If the autopilot is having to overtrim to fly it means your hardware is sending a out of trim command to the plane.

 

Make sure BEFORE engaging the autopilot that the plane is correctly trimmed for the stage of flight = the yoke is centered and the plane is following the correct angle of attack.  The need to do this is described in the manual.

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I can't even fly it because the trim is pinned at 13.0 at start up.  I reset all axes to default, and that didn't change anything.  I'm wondering if my yoke is "dying" though it works fine in X-Plane 11....

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8 hours ago, SWA4420 said:

 the trim is pinned at 13.0 at start up.

Load a default aircraft.  Set this plane, say the basic Cessna, so trim is centered on the ground and the  'cold and dark'.

This process is outlined in the ERJ manual.

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