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23 minutes ago, Marcofo3 said:

A/T  went crazy

Please proved a description that better describes 'crazy'

24 minutes ago, Marcofo3 said:

engines did not detach from the minimum

Is this the crazy behavior?  Do you mean you could not adjust the throttles?

Also need to know aircraft(s)?

Can this be reproduced? If yes then how?  If yes please share a FLT file saved just prior to when the incident can be reproduced.

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I speak about embraer 190 v3.

i set the direct Vor into the fmc and after that the a/t became to reduce de speed down to the minimum and the plane fall down.

if I disengage and engage every autopilot system everything rework only for a few minutes 
 

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The autothrottle disconnected?

The autopilot commanded idle thrust?

The FMC changed the airspeed to a lower setting?

The fault can be repeated or happens this one time?

Please provide details of:

* The EXACT flightplan and the specifics of the change you made to the plan made in going direct. (ie, the buttons pressed in what sequence)

* The FLT file saved just prior to the fault occuring.

 

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Direct-To logic looks very different compared with another aircrafts. I think you need to select "active" instead of "direct"

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