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calum Trainee

Hi Guys,

I cant get either full throttle or idle throttle by using the throttle control on the yoke. I need to press F1 to get idle throttle and F4 for full throttle. The lever moves the throttle most of the way but not all the way.

I have tried calibrating, uninstalling and reinstalling. I have also followed the set up instructions for ms flight simulator on the CH web site.

I would appreciate it if anyone could help.

Calum

Madbrit Guest

Do you have fsuipc installed?

It is possible to set much better control of the levers to get the output you're looking for.

There is a free version (restricted) and a payware version. I'd consider it to be the number one add-on to FS and in many cases a requirement to interface FS with other add-ons.

Pro Member Chief Captain
CrashGordon Chief Captain

The CH yoke does not require FSUIPC to function properly. Do you have anything else assign as the throttle, such as a joystick? If so unselect it because FS can not handle two devices assigned to the same thing.

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Sam (SamIntel) Captain

calum wrote:

Hi Guys,

I cant get either full throttle or idle throttle by using the throttle control on the yoke. I need to press F1 to get idle throttle and F4 for full throttle. The lever moves the throttle most of the way but not all the way.

I have tried calibrating, uninstalling and reinstalling. I have also followed the set up instructions for ms flight simulator on the CH web site.

I would appreciate it if anyone could help.

Calum

I have that EXACT same problem with the prop lever on my yoke. I also have done just about everything, and can not get it to work.

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calum Trainee

I realised that although I uninstalled the yoke on windows, it was still installed within flight simulator itself. I uninstalled it there as well, and then reinstalled it and it seems fine. I can certainly get idle now on the throttle. I am not convinced I am getting full throttle as the PMGD 737 moves the throttle lever back a bit about half a second after I put it to full throttle. This is without autothrottle. The PMGD b1900D seems fine though, so probably that is a feature of the 737.

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CRJCapt Chief Captain

Ensure that in the calibration area, your throttle sensitivity is max and the null zone is small or even zero(less than 10% of total). Make sure nothing else is also assigned to control the throttle axis. Smile

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