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Question about CH yoke

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JTH First Officer

I recently got the CH Yoke and am liking it so far Smile One thing though, I assume the three levers on the yoke are for throttle, mixture and prop control on GA aircraft? When I fly the default C172, only the throttle seems to work though. The prop lever isn't applicable to this aircraft of course, but the mixture lever should work I think. I went into assignments, but it seems to only want a button command for the "lean mixture" and "enrich mixture" commands. When I move the middle lever up and down it doesn't seem to read it at all.

Can anyone help? Thanks a lot... JTH Smile

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freedspeak First Officer

Well since the 172 has a fixed prop the prop lever will have no effect. If your mixture control is mapped correctly, when you pull the lever all the way back it should kill the engine. Make sure that when you go to settings the drop down window for controller says CH Yoke.

I use the middle lever for prop and the right most for mixture. I've also painted them blue and red respectivly as they are found in most planes. The throttle I've painted black.

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CrashGordon Chief Captain

JTH wrote:

I recently got the CH Yoke and am liking it so far Smile One thing though, I assume the three levers on the yoke are for throttle, mixture and prop control on GA aircraft? When I fly the default C172, only the throttle seems to work though. The prop lever isn't applicable to this aircraft of course, but the mixture lever should work I think. I went into assignments, but it seems to only want a button command for the "lean mixture" and "enrich mixture" commands. When I move the middle lever up and down it doesn't seem to read it at all.

Can anyone help? Thanks a lot... JTH Smile

Click on the other tab and assign the mixture to the correct axis.

It should work like a charm afterward. Assign the other lever to the prop so that when you fly a plane that has the feature, it willl work without any more tinkering.

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jelami First Officer

And, make sure that you have NOT set automixture.

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