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Old 12-29-2015, 02:28 AM   #1
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Great Chuck! Another wonderful guide! As always!!
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pretty organized and compact.. thanks chuck.
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Awesome, thanks.
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This is outstanding, thank you!

Your guides are extremely helpful and than you for putting this one together. It has already answered a lot of questions.

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Thanks Chuck, great work! The checklist from this M2000 manual has the Batt TRN Alt1 and Alt2 all being switched on as the first item. Dassault/mirage2000/manuel-pilote Page 127. I know you must at least have the Batt and TRN on for the parking brake to work as the engine accelerates past idle during start otherwise you lurch forward.
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Thank you so much!. This is a great guide.
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Thanks Chuck! The checklist from the real M2000 has the Batt TRN Alt1 and Alt2 all being switched on as the first item. Dassault/mirage2000/manuel-pilote Page 127. I know you must at least have the Batt and TRN on for the parking brake to work as the engine accelerates past idle during start otherwise you lurch forward.
You're correct. Without thinking, I took the notes I had from Wags' tutorial way back in the days... I forgot to update it. Fixed.

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I have a question on the VTH power switch. The guide says that the up position is TEST but elsewhere on the forums someone mentioned that it was for a landing mode. Which is it? I've been landing with it in the UP position for some time now.
Well they're wrong. Check page 84/131 of the real Dassault Mirage manual http://www.avialogs.com/en/aircraft/...ge-2000-c.html . The switch UP position is to test. It has nothing to do with landing as far as I know.
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