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Old 19th Apr 2019, 09:59
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Capn Bloggs
 
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Originally Posted by Bendalot
Is that a obviously yes or a obviously no answer Capn Bloggs?

Keeping in mind, no other breed of the 737 would have put a nose down input to the stabiliser.
Sorry there BAL, I misread your question. If you're used to manually trimming ie hand-flying, you're in a much better position to detect when the trim has gone haywire, and much more likely to do something about it ie trim back to neutral. It goes without saying that if you are used to handflying and trimming, when you are forced to, it won't be a total shock to have to do so and you'll have more spare brainspace to think about what is occurring and take action (or instruct your mate) to resolve the situation.
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