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As per title, I made an attempt to use the CRJ this morning after a long time and was unable to move from the parking, the parking brakes remain stuck ON. I move "physically" the parking brake handle with my mouse and it does go into the physical OFF position but remain ON on the EICAS screen (after disappearing in a brief flash), and my aircraft cannot move.

I installed the latest MSFS update this morning, I hope it's unrelated.

Is there a workaround for this please?

Thank you.

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2 hours ago, Bernard Ducret said:

As per title, I made an attempt to use the CRJ this morning after a long time and was unable to move from the parking, the parking brakes remain stuck ON. I move "physically" the parking brake handle with my mouse and it does go into the physical OFF position but remain ON on the EICAS screen (after disappearing in a brief flash), and my aircraft cannot move.

I installed the latest MSFS update this morning, I hope it's unrelated.

Is there a workaround for this please?

Thank you.

Please unplug every hardware, restart the simulator and release the brake with the mouse.
See if it works.
If it does, do as EDNR-Cruiser sugested : Check for any Brake assignment in EVERY hardware connected.
The brake handle may visually look like it is released but the actual brake may not necesseraly.

 

Best regards.

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30 minutes ago, Ha_Ma said:

Did you remove the chocks, Bernard?

No I did not.

That tells you how often I fly this aircraft, the last time was September last year and it is the only aircraft with chocks...! I knew it had to be something stupid as all my other aircraft behaved correctly.

Thank you Ha_Ma!

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7 hours ago, Bernard Ducret said:

No I did not.

That tells you how often I fly this aircraft, the last time was September last year and it is the only aircraft with chocks...! I knew it had to be something stupid as all my other aircraft behaved correctly.

Thank you Ha_Ma!

The just-released PMDG 737 has chocks as well :)

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