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Cargo Door 777-200LR

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    Cargo Door 777-200LR

    My system:
    WIN10 64 bit Prof.
    Mega Airport Köln-Bonn Professional, Mega Airport Frankfurt Professional, FSUIPC 6.1.6, AIRAC 2111.
    Prepar 3D v4.5, FS Commander 9.7 Rev. 5, PFPX 2.04, GSX v2.9.3 + GSX Level 2, PMDG 777-200LR-F, SODE_v1.7.1, EFB v 2.2 #128

    Hello, why can't the cargo doors open on the PMDG 777-200LR in Frankfurt at gate B26. This is a general problem that I have already noticed at other airports.

    Best regards
    Reinhold Tholen
    Kind Regards
    Reinhold Tholen EDDK

    Any specific door.
    Captain Kevin

    Kevin Yang


      Hello Reinhold,

      I tested both the B777-200LR as well as the B777F at A/S EDDF Gate B26. No issues on my system (both tested with engines off, external power both, with only primary external power and with primary and secondary external power). No issues on my system; I was able to operate all doors via the FMS functions.

      After testing and re-reading your post, I then realized there were a few difference: I'm currently on P3D v5.2 (although I don't recall having any issues on v4.5) and I haven't yet purchased the B777 expansion w/EFB.

      The issue as you're seeing it with faulty cargo door operation may not be a known issue and may be related/limited to your installation.

      Sorry I couldn't be of more help.

      Regards, Rob Meier


        Originally posted by rmeier View Post
        I haven't yet purchased the B777 expansion w/EFB.
        Judging by the way he wrote about the EFB, it sounds like he's using the AivlaSoft EFB.
        Captain Kevin

        Kevin Yang


          I just departed PANC in a FEDEX B77L a couple of hours ago. Ground operations were normal. No problems with doors. My first thought is that his engines were still spinning after shutdown and door operation is inhibited until engines are completely shut down. I wonder if we ever hear from OP again?
          Dan Downs KCRP
          i7-10700K 32GB 3600MHz 2080Ti


            Originally posted by Reinhold Tholen View Post

            Hello, why can't the cargo doors open on the PMDG 777-200LR in Frankfurt at gate B26. This is a general problem that I have already noticed at other airports.
            Is it possible you are starting from a Cold & Dark cockpit and have not attached ground power or started the APU? I don't think the main cargo doors will open without power.
            Andrew Hill
            i9-9900KS 64GB Dual RTX 2080 Super
            P3D V5 & MSFS 2020