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    777 RTO

    hi guys might be user error but after some advice

    I have autobrake set to RTO i advance throttles and hit toga if i try and reject takeoff the throttle does not move back to idle each time i try it goes back to toga power
    Stewart Cumbers

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    I am missing something, after pressing TOGA you then advance your throttle controller to match the in-sim throttles. To reject you then pull your throttles back to idle and when above 80 kts and the aircraft will start the RTO sequence, assuming you have preset the autobrake RTO setting.

    Not sure what exactly you are doing when you "reject takeoff."
    Dan Downs KCRP
    i7-10700K 32GB 3600MHz 2080Ti

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      #3
      ok so i have selected RTO on autobrake i then advance throttle to 50% then hit the toga
      when i want to reject the taje off i try and reduce throttles to idle however the thrust goes back to the toga power instantly - only way i can idle throttle is turn off the 2 a/t switches on mcp
      Stewart Cumbers

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        #4
        so i found it is related to my throttle seems to be a bit broken used an older one and it did RTO as expected so time to replace the throttles

        feel free to close and thanks for help dan
        Stewart Cumbers

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          #5
          If you reject under 80kts before throttle mode go to HOLD, you'll need to disconnect A/T, normally via the thumb button on throttle lever so no need to get hands on the MCP.
          ZHU Hai
          B737 Ground instructor

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            #6
            Not a 777 pilot, but on the 737 you have to disconnect the A/T manually to avoid it pushing the levers up again. What's the FMA saying when this happens?

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