I have trouble calibrating my device while flying sometimes, I always decide to calibrate before landing just to make sure I’m spot on but sometimes when I calibrate the aircraft it will make the nose immediately dive and of course making me do a go around… any suggestions?
Check your trim.
I have trim set to 20% when coming in for approach depends what aircraft I’m in
That may be why. Try trimming it nose up.
20% trim is nose up.
I never use trim
I said 20% not -20% so 20% is nose up
Anyway I think I figured it out thanks anyways.
What did you do?
When I’m about 10nm from the runway instead of switching off the AP I manually turn off each AP feature.
I start by turning off heading after I make sure that I’m fully configured. Then I drop the hammer.
When you are flying don’t move too much your device, because your plane won’t be calibrated and landing will be harder ;)
Some planes make a nose dive even after you calibrate it. Just tilt your device up (not too much) to compensate it before disengaging A/P.
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