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Help With Ifly 747 And Default 747 In FS 2004

Sat Aug 11, 2007 4:38 am

This is sort of a stupid question but, in FS2004, on the ifly 2004 and default 747, I cannot find the NAV1 radio stacks, or I don't know how to work it, and I cannot figure out how to change the NAV direction to intercept an ILS, can someone help me?

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RE: Help With Ifly 747 And Default 747 In FS 2004

Sat Aug 11, 2007 6:50 am

On the default 747 the radio stack for Nav 1 is on the main radio stack panel. SHIFT+F2 will display this panel. You will need to dial the frequency into the stdby radio and press the arrow between the 2 to get it to change to the primary Nav1 radio.

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To select the correct course on the NAV display there are 2 ways in FS9 that you can do it.

1. On the NAV DISPLAY (Efis with compass rose) top right hand corner there is a white text it should say CRS XXX where XXX is the heading. If you hold your mouse over this it will show a + or - where by you can click or use the mouse wheel to adjust this heading. See red circle in picture above

2. Press the V key and the the + or - key to adjust the course heading.

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