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  • in reply to: Indicator lamp "Tank Pump" #1301
    conny
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    Thank you for response Henric!

    I don’t know why it’s not working for me. I have tried a lot but I have no clue why it won’t work. But it’s of course no big deal.

    Today I tested thee FLI 35/PN594 system and they worked fine.
    My flight was from Västerås to Karlsborg and back.
    I still have to train my landings a whole lot more, but today I landed without the parachute and that was a big step forward for me.

    I must say that I am more impressed by this airplane every time I make a flight.

    Best Regards
    /Conny

    in reply to: Merry Christmas Thomas #1232
    conny
    Participant

    Thanks for response from you both!

    Thomas my indicator lamp “Tank Pump” never light up on my Warning Panel before I start the engine. Only if I push the testbuttom it will light up?
    The problem with “HYDR II” work fine if I reset the flight, but also work fine when I do a cold start and put the four circuit breakers to zero before I close down, but that’s maybe just a coincidence?

    Henric you are absolutely right about my landings.
    I did my military training as a mechanical and weapon soldier 1974-1975 at F1 and I did see a lot of different landings with Draken.
    It’s all up to you to make a good landing. I only wanted to point out for those who wonder why they never could stop before the runways end that it’s not easy to land Draken if you not have the right weight, speed and angle of attack.
    But it’s beautiful to look at when you do it the right way and the rest of the day you will go with a big smile on your lips.

    Happy landings!
    /Conny

    in reply to: Merry Christmas Thomas #1229
    conny
    Participant

    Hello again!

    I have now been flying this version for some hours and it’s a real good feeling.
    I have made many starts and landings at Västerås, former F1, and it’s a reel challenge to manage to land because of the runway length. But as I could understand from the real manual it’s normal if your weight is high. Then I mean the weight of the airplane of course even if your own weight could cause some other problem. (Smile!)
    Thomas you mentioned somewhere that you would appreciate to get some economical support because of expenses. How could I do that?

    Best Regards
    /Conny

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