Tag Archives: Lesson learned

  1. A boring post on a boring topic

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    30. August 2022 by Peter

    I am rewiring. It’s not very exciting and it is very time-consuming… At this point my cockpit is 9 years …
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  2. Apparently not that toast after all

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    3. August 2022 by Peter

    Last week we came home from a weeks vacation in Tuscany and one of my computers had died while we …
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  3. (Almost) A maiden flight

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    18. January 2018 by Peter

    I have used a lot of time and energy over the last months to get the cockpit back in a …
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  4. Happy New Year 17-18

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    2. January 2018 by Peter

    2017 was supposed to be the year of the great rebuild. But things didn’t quite go that way. I have …
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  5. Blue screen of death

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    28. November 2017 by Peter

    Actually things were going pretty good until yesterday evening. I did mention in an earlier post that I installed my …
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  6. Pis! Møg! Lort!

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    21. November 2017 by Peter

    EXPLICIT! (In Danish) I am swearing quite loud right now!!! I tried to re-mount my overhead tonight. While mounting the …
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  7. Happy New Year

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    5. January 2017 by Peter

    A happy new year to everyone around the globe following the progress of my small home cockpit project. It is …
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  8. Windows 10 – One thing to be aware of

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    2. August 2016 by Peter

    I upgraded to Windows 10 last month. The transition seemed very smooth. Prepar3d is still running with out problems and …
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  9. Throttle rebuild

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    31. July 2016 by Peter

    I have had some problems with my home build throttle. All switches, pots and LEDs are interfaced and the throttle …
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  10. Servo fixing

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    31. July 2016 by Peter

    One of the servos in my throttle has been causing me a lot of problems. Latest I got stuck and …
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