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Flaps at 0, but showing deployed.

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Dear forum,

 

In the screenshot, you will see that the flaps are set to 0, but they seem to be deployed. They seem to be deployed through out pushback, where I first noticed this. 

 

Best regards, Max

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We have never seen that. What aircraft/engine type is that? 

And it's not that it is still in motion? The 0 indicated that is requested, not what is actually deployed.

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7 hours ago, Mathijs Kok said:

We have never seen that. What aircraft/engine type is that? 

And it's not that it is still in motion? The 0 indicated that is requested, not what is actually deployed.

It's the A319-111. It isn't in motion, as I started from cold and dark and let the checklists do the starting up. 

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Is Cold & Dark also your initial start up panel state or are you starting up in the taxi or take off panel state?

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Okay, we found the issue. If the engines stops before the flaps are fully retracted you can end up like this. We'll need to find a solution for that. In the meantime, I think using the electric pump will provide the hydraulics to solve that.

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On 11/19/2018 at 10:37 PM, leo81997 said:

Is Cold & Dark also your initial start up panel state or are you starting up in the taxi or take off panel state?

I start in Ready for T/O state, but then switch to the cold and dark at the gate. I have now changed this to be always cold and dark. (I only fly one leg per sim session.) 

 

On 11/20/2018 at 2:31 PM, Mathijs Kok said:

Okay, we found the issue. If the engines stops before the flaps are fully retracted you can end up like this. We'll need to find a solution for that. In the meantime, I think using the electric pump will provide the hydraulics to solve that.

Good to hear. I will try the electric pump. 

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