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  1. Hi All I've had the A310 for a good few months now and have had no issues with it whatsoever until recently. So the problem is that after taking off on a flight, I get the bird up to cruise and everything is fine but then after a short while the aircraft disengages the autopilot and goes absolutely nuts with a hard bank to the left or right and loses altitude rapidly. Also on one occasion she lost all power and the screens went to black. Before anyone says it, no it's not an icing issue as this has happened on my last 4 flights and each time the anti ice was switched on. This problem has only started happening over the past week and I've re-installed the aircraft but that didn't solve the problem so I'm now stumped as to what is causing this strange behaviour. Can anyone shed any light on this and possibly give a solution as short of uninstalling XPlane I really don't know what else to do. I've attached the Log file if this will help anyone identify the problem. Thanks Log.txt
  2. Hi All Bit of a strange one, i have a set of MFG Crosswind rudder pedals which when on the ground work great but for some reason when in the air they don't work at all. I have tested this by switching to the outside view and when operating the pedals the rudder doesn't move at all. I have recalibrated the pedals numerous times to see if that fixes the problem but unfortunately not. The problem will come when i get bad weather and need to use rudder to compensate which at the moment i can't do. What's puzzling is that they work fine when on the ground, any help on this one as i'm stuck and don't have a solution. Cheers
  3. Hi Guys So I posted a new topic earlier today called 'A310 Descent', and when I last looked I'd had 19 views but no reply's. I just logged in to check again and my post has gone. Does anyone know why this has happened.
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