#1 Engine start up von John 06.02.2011 15:12

I am having problems starting the engines. If I use the standard CTL+E, they start, but then stop again. Is there a proceder to follow to get the engines started. Is there a list of switches to throw on the Overhead Panel, before the engines can be started, or are there any short cuts, other than CTL+E
Thanks
John
#2 Re: Engine start up von Matthias_L 07.02.2011 14:31

Hi John,

"Is there a list of switches to throw on the Overhead Panel, before the engines can be started, or are there any short cuts, other than CTL+E"

Both. There's an invisible automatic engine starter (an invisible mouseclick area on the red button in the APU section of the overhead panel) and a detailled description of the startup in the manual. Please open the enclosed PDF manual and search for the detailled engine startup checklist. I'm sure you will find what you are looking for.

Best Regards
Matthias
#3 Re: Engine start up von John 07.02.2011 15:32

Thank you Matthias. Most kind. Also thanks for a great aircraft.
John
#4 Re: Engine start up von John 07.02.2011 21:41

Hi Matthias. Sorry to be a pain. I have tried the red button on the APU as suggested. I have also tried CTL+E then the red button an APU, but I still can't get the engines flashed up. Are there switches I need to turn on before I can use the red button. I admit I haven't tried the extensive start up from the checklist yet, maybe I should, but I was just checking for short cuts first.
Thanks
John
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