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Old 07-15-2022, 12:08 AM
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I would mark it INOP.

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For what it's worth.... if you leave a switch in place and it is inoperable... you should mark it as such... "IN OP"
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Old 07-15-2022, 12:09 AM
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Yes. i reversed my switch from the start.

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Has anyone moved their flap switch from the center console to the panel? And/or, has anyone reversed the switch so that switch up is flaps up, and switch down is flaps down? The position and orientation of the switch drives me crazy!
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Old 11-20-2022, 06:46 PM
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Has anyone moved their flap switch from the center console to the panel? And/or, has anyone reversed the switch so that switch up is flaps up, and switch down is flaps down? The position and orientation of the switch drives me crazy!
I removed the factory switch and replaced it with a double throw sustained (non-momentary) switch and relocated it to the front panel.

Much easier to use and access. It also freed up the center for an armrest console that I built.
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Old 01-28-2023, 07:37 PM
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Has anyone installed the F-12132 headset brackets from the 12iS on a legacy 12? Seems like they'd be handy.
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Old 02-03-2023, 11:06 AM
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A buddy gave me a pair of the F-12132 headset brackets. Took me awhile to figure out where to mount them in my classic 12.
I was investigating the 12iS KAI to see what it would take to add the egress handle to my build. I happened to notice the brackets on Page 29iS/U-08 (rev 1) in SECTION 29iS/U: FWD UPPER FUSELAGE.
Easy install - identify & drill out two rivets, bracket holes line up, pull two new rivets.
The only "issue" is that I have dual screens (no map box). So on the passenger side, the clearance between the bracket and the under panel map tray is a little tight but hanging the headset (at least my DC's) is doable.
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