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Technical logbook

Started by Mach7, May 29, 2021, 08:25:07 AM

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Mach7

Not sure what the rest of you builders do, but I find having a technical logbook to list all my squawks and modifications, (not to mention flight time), has come in quite handy and saved me hours and hours of troubleshooting when a re-occurring problem occurs.

FredK

May 29, 2021, 06:37:25 PM #1 Last Edit: May 29, 2021, 06:40:56 PM by FredK
I do log every flight. I agree that it has proven very helpful in tracking down issues that crop up along the way.

Actually I have two separate logs.....a "sim" log that records all changes to the sim and a "flight" log that records anomalies on any flight.

Fred K
Boeing 737NG-800, Prepar3D v4.5, Sim-Avionics 1.964, SimSync multi-channel (curved screen), Optoma 1080GTDarbee projectors (3), Fly Elise warping, FSGRW weather, FDS OH panels and CDUs, SimParts MIP, FDS SysBoards (OH), CPFlight MCPPro and pedestal panels, FI Gauges, PFC controls, converted motorized TQ (SIOC), Weber seats

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