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Old 03-25-2013, 07:19 AM   #11
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Hey Duck, How did you figure out that N91D was an active tail number? Furthermore what it belonged to? That's cool. Secondly, Forbes, my slide remotetransmitter has batteries in it. Are you saying that the remotes receiver in the trailer has a battery or batteries as well or did I misread the post?
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Old 03-25-2013, 10:51 AM   #12
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Some of the older model units have a small back up bty in them to keep the code storied, my unit (2010) has a #2023 bty in the receiver unit, not very easy to get but had to change it this year. Not sure about the newer units but if dead the unit will not respond or do some crazy things.
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Old 03-25-2013, 04:49 PM   #13
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Hey Duck, How did you figure out that N91D was an active tail number? Furthermore what it belonged to? That's cool.
All that secret squirrel info is really public record.
The FAA maintains a registry called "Airmen Records" that has waaaay too much info.
You can even find me in there if you looked in the right place ... LOL. So next time some sky king buzzes you, get his tail number and you can find enough info to call him/her up and properly thank
them.
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Old 03-25-2013, 08:40 PM   #14
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hahahah...thank you Duck. I guess it falls under the "Freedom of info" act. Forbes, I'll take a look-see once I get her uncovered and back in the driveway to see if there's a removable panel\case to maybe access a battery. My CC is a 2010 also and the landing gear act like the battery is weak....they go down part way then start back up etc...
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hahahah...thank you Duck. I guess it falls under the "Freedom of info" act. Forbes, I'll take a look-see once I get her uncovered and back in the driveway to see if there's a removable panel\case to maybe access a battery. My CC is a 2010 also and the landing gear act like the battery is weak....they go down part way then start back up etc...

Weak bty is what I found, after change it and resetting the unit I have not had anymore trouble.
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