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    Flight Deck Door Switch Location?

    I wasn't able to find this answer anywhere....Where is the flight deck door locking switch in the 777? I see the light on the pedastal that indicates if it's locked or not but I can't find the switch to lock it? Or is that not modeled by PMDG?
    Paul Biderman

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    Hi Paul,

    The switch is modeled, however it doesn't simulate it most likely due to SSI and the FAA
    Alex Kulak
    PMDG Studier and flyer

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      #3
      It's simulated in the 737 and 747 though, so don't know why it's not in the 777
      Anton Vind
      CPU: i9-9900K, GPU: RTX 2080 SUPER, RAM: 32 GB DDR4 3600 MHz, Drives: 2 TB SSD

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      • Swaluver88
        Swaluver88 commented
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        The turning of the switch is but not the door opening and etc

      • Anton Vind
        Anton Vind commented
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        I don't think he's referring to the door opening etc, just the switch as to whether it works or not.

      #4
      Ok, and where is the switch? I spent a LOT of time trying to find it and couldn't. It's a checklist item and I hate skipping checklist items.
      Paul Biderman

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        #5
        Originally posted by gollum65 View Post
        Ok, and where is the switch? I spent a LOT of time trying to find it and couldn't. It's a checklist item and I hate skipping checklist items.
        In the lower left corner of the pedestal. The switch is not modelled, however.
        Anton Vind
        CPU: i9-9900K, GPU: RTX 2080 SUPER, RAM: 32 GB DDR4 3600 MHz, Drives: 2 TB SSD

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          #6
          Ok so that light is the switch but it doesn't work. I can safely skip that checklst item and not lose sleep over it. LOL. Thanks.
          Paul Biderman

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            #7
            How do i reinstal Pmdg 737 base package

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              #8
              Originally posted by ndeke View Post
              How do i reinstal Pmdg 737 base package


              Please add a signature to your profile in order to ensure that your posts are signed, real name first and last.. You were advised/agreed to this requirement when initially establishing an account. Thank you!

              https://forum.pmdg.com/forum/main-fo...pdated-25feb19

              Also please do not hijack posts with irrelevant questions to that post. For your question open a new topic on the proper forum providing more information on what platform etc.
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