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[REPORTED]Flashlight requires power


Flamin_Squirrel

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As a workaround, I have bound the battery switch to the base of my Warthog throttle. The flashlight works if the battery is on.

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If it's the utility light it won't work with the main power switch off but it will work in battery or main power position. I think.

 

It should be a finger flashlight and independent of aircraft power...

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Is it really a bug because it’s not a separate flashlight it’s a lamp attached to the cockpit with a cable

 

 

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It should be a separate light however, that’s the point. Battery finger lights and/or flashlights are standard aircrew equipment. The cockpit auxiliary lamp is not the same thing.

 

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