AmericaWest90: Could someone help me? I have all the packs and electrical right, but I
can't get the N2 to rise above 15 after I start, then it drops back down
and there is a loss of flight deck power.
Michael Wagner: Describe very well - thanks for the help
Ahmed Marguoum: enigne not turning on
FSim Channel: Why did you say "seat belt sign" at around 40 seconds, that was only the
the coolboy05: When the push back is finished and press the ngx long the engine is not on
jWeedie HD: Help me, I can not press the buttons of the plane what should i do
Bjørnar Bukholm: You can have Hyd pumps A on when you start.... They do it in norwegian ;)
AADFWspotters2: Does the ISFD come with the 737 800 or 900?
wishmastertr: Thanks, that was good and helpful ! but 3 things i 've realized about the
APU was still on
engines haven' t been set to continue position
and the fuel cross feed
therodri2: You forgot to turn off the APU
Mustafa SAZAK: How do you move the camera in that way to the overhead panel? Thanks.
Simana Moises: I am having an issue where I am able to turn on the left engine but right
engine wont start.. any ideas?
Jared Hillier: Is the pilot talking for push back come with this aircraft?
jimmy mahon: A lot alright.
Lisa Corallini: Hey
FSXpilot767: @szpirogyra don't worry, I will make some tutorials this weekend and upload
them Sunday/early next week. The second or third one I make will cover
this. In the mean time, go to the LEGS page and select the next waypoint on
the route (below the boxes) and then select the boxes and then click the
EXECute button :) Thanks for watching :)
FSXpilot767: @discojockey007 yeah maybe I should do that, how long would it take to
upload in 1080p though?? LOL xD
Frederik Randers: @FSXpilot767 And Btw is it the Ezdok camera addon that does the shaking and
that when you land :-) ?
FlightSimMega: Sometimes doesn't youtube work properly, no message about new comments. I
certainly have that problem. That's why I sent the message so I can be sure
that you getting my question. But thanks for your answer. Don't mean to
spam you at all:s
FSXpilot767: @discojockey007 thanks!! :D yaw damper corrects dutch roll effect which
occurs on all swept wing aircraft (what I talked about in the video when I
said you needed to apply opposite aileron to rudder to keep the wings level
i.e as yaw is applied the aircraft also rolls), the air conditioning packs
provide conditioned air to the cabin. Yes, you switch the ignition switches
to CONTinuos for takeoff and initial climb. Hope this helped, thanks for
captmarcus11: Um each time I leave the both engine off the whole co pilots side computers
turn off like the PFD is off and his FMC is off and theres a annoying ring
what do I do
DHMaNiAc770: @FSXpilot767 ahhh you are killing me me around 22 low settings and night
Theo Rieken: Very Nice video dude! But for engine start .. It's important, that you set
the fuel flow switch to idle at around 23 % N2. Because it takes a while to
get into the engine and start burning .. At least in RL it's like that. And
Both Engine Bleeds have to be turned on after startup :) Other than that ..
FSXpilot767: @DeadlyInertia yep, I would only expect you to message me it! :) and thanks
a lot for watching and showing interest in my video! :D
FSXpilot767: @50CENT123434 I always start right after left as all the airlines I have
personally seen do this. If the centre tank has fuel in it the pumps should
be on if not they should be off, does this help? If not message me :)
FSXpilot767: @foslcraft1 Clearly you know what you're doing!! :D Yes, it's true that in
reality the crew will use just L or R on the outbound leg and the opposite
on the way back, but I thought that for this particular procedure there
would be no harm in changing it so that it was easier to remember for less
experienced simmers (left for left engine, right for right engine). If I
remember rightly some airlines use this procedure just to make sure one
doesn't get more worn than the other. Thanks for watching!
FSXpilot767: @diamond21450 Thanks, glad I could help :)
FSXpilot767: @prussell890 This is a very confusing question but I'm sure I can help! The
autopilots shouldn't ever be needed when the engines are off and cannot
operate without the engines on. Which aircraft lights do you mean? Do you
have the APU started and supplying electrical power to the aircraft before
you shutdown? What you've always got to remember with the NGX is it is as
accurate as you'll ever get so if there is a problem it is not the
software!:P Message me more details so I can fix it for you :D
FSXpilot767: Oh yeah true, I forgot in this one and put it as an annotation, thanks
Eisa Alsuwaidi: check isolation valve and bleed valves :)
CaptainSazzman: @FSXpilot767 I hope they do it soon. I dont know and have the time to set
up proper flight plans. Im used to entering the plan and making the fmc
take it from my fsx. Now i just enter the destionation airport's vor/dme
and fly directly which isnt too accurate but it flies the plane.
Tucker Covalt: Was the 737-800/900 ngx airplane hard to download. Because I might spend
the 70 dollars on it and want to find out some things. Thanks another great
video of yours.
Berzerker204: Couple things to add: first you should turn the engine bleed switches on
when using APU bleed to start the engine. Also, once the engine switches
have pushed back to off, you need to set them to "cont" until in the air.
Also, probe heat should not be turned on until the engine power bus is
used. It drains a lot of power and shouldn't be on when using the APU.
brentmeister27: Open the Isolation valve (above APU bleed)
Lisa Corallini: Vid
FSXpilot767: @ikellay Thanks! :D it's fine im more than happy to help about anything, I
can make more tutorials as well if you like :) The autopilot on all Boeing
737s can only operate above 1000ft (except when both are engaged for
autoland). In addition, you must have all the controls centred to engage it
so make sure the aircraft is trimmed correctly at all times. The manual
recommends flying manually until 3000ft (arm LNAV + VNAV before takeoff and
follow the FD command bars) Hope this helps! :)
FSXpilot767: Yes, and I was in this case :)
Adrian0535: Problem engine 2 wont start
josh b: Make sure that the air-condition packs switches are off, and then try.
Matthew Pinnock: PMDG SOPs??
josh b: Well, I don't know what happened! Although what he didn't say was the
starter switches to be on both! Sorry I couldn't help!
MovieMakers59: very good! love your vids!
smashlab119: same! it sucks
Stephen Clouse: What program do you use to make switching between the views seamless like
TheCriticalCanadian: @FSXpilot767 Engine bleeds aren't on for start, fuel is to be introduced at
or around 25% N2...just small things. Glad you caught the packs, though.
Just stating, man. No crap-talk intended. :)
RJ: make sure the Isolation valve is on
FSXpilot767: @TheCriticalCanadian Thanks! Yeah that would cost a lot, and I enjoy
teaching people. Which procedures are unorthodox as from where I see it I
followed the normal operating procedures quite well.
Fernando Esteban: ¿After that engines should be put to continiuos ingnition for take off? If
you have a bird strike during take off it's better to have continious also
for landing and bad weather. APU bleed off and engine bleed 1-2 for
operations if I'm not mistaken
Jorick o: Can someone give me a PDF document of start up the ngx pls?! its easyier
then i think ;)