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Biggles2010

Ejets v3 Battery 1-2 Overtemp on loading

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I usually set up a few scenarios at different airports, with engines running, end of runway, so they can be loaded easily for a quick flight.

Using the E195 v3 in P3D 4.5 I have been finding when the flight is reloaded the Warning alarm is already beeping and Battery 1-2 Overtemp is showing  on the Eicas.

At the point when each scenario was saved everything was normal and ready for take off.

Although the beeper can be cancelled, the Eicas message remains, but has no further effect on anything during a flight. Any ideas?

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Try this: before loading the EMB load a default P3D plane.  Set the default cold and dark, and then load the EMB.

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4 hours ago, scoobflight said:

Try this: before loading the EMB load a default P3D plane.  Set the default cold and dark, and then load the EMB.

Thanks Scoob, I'll give it a try tomorrow. It seems peculiar to v3. Never had it over several years with v2.

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On 5/31/2020 at 6:37 PM, scoobflight said:

Try this: before loading the EMB load a default P3D plane.  Set the default cold and dark, and then load the EMB.

Success.  Thank you.

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