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Old 01-05-2019, 07:42 PM
Tankerpilot75 Tankerpilot75 is offline
 
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Hmm ......cooling. Didn't realize that temps were a factor and that the board could get hot.

Thanks!
Canít say Iíve had a problem BUT anything electrical does generate heat. And where its at there isnít a lot of air circulation.
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Old 01-05-2019, 08:28 PM
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Bought my 8, similar set up as some of the others. The PO wired a kill switch under the panel that must be one for the HOTAS start button to work (top left). I like not having a hot starter, so I am leaving this as is. I was concerned about the flaps switch getting bumped. It is a three position. Up springs forward, there is a neautral position in the middle and from there press down for flaps to extend, but is spring loaded back to neautral. So youíd have to go from up to neautral then bump down and hold to extend them.
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