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Posted: October 12, 2019 01:08 am
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i have this bug for years: the post processing sometimes automatically turns off or fails, without any user input.

Has anyone experinced this issue?
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Posted: October 19, 2019 11:58 am
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Im having an issue with my T Rudder Mk. IVs. The tension between the left and right sides is noticeably different, with the left side requiring more force to stomp down on vs. the right. Ive tried the cam setting in both hard center and soft center positions and the problem occurs with both, though its slightly less noticeable with the hard center. Ive also tried adjusting the spring force between normal and high, and on normal the tension difference between the two sides is slightly noticeable, and on high, its very noticeable. In all cases, I have the tension screw unscrewed all the way so that it doesnt apply any pressure to the cam arm.

Is this behavior normal, and if not, is there any way for me to fix it on my end?

<a href=https://prom-electric.ru/>.</a>


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Posted: October 19, 2019 05:10 pm
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Im having an issue with my T Rudder Mk. IVs. The tension between the left and right sides is noticeably different, with the left side requiring more force to stomp down on vs. the right. Ive tried the cam setting in both hard center and soft center positions and the problem occurs with both, though its slightly less noticeable with the hard center. Ive also tried adjusting the spring force between normal and high, and on normal the tension difference between the two sides is slightly noticeable, and on high, its very noticeable. In all cases, I have the tension screw unscrewed all the way so that it doesnt apply any pressure to the cam arm.

Is this behavior normal, and if not, is there any way for me to fix it on my end?

<a href=https://prom-electric.ru/>.</a>


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