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== Oil temperature reads too high ==
 
== Oil temperature reads too high ==
 
Early EMS firmware versions had an error in the oil temperature calibration data. This caused oil temperature to read 10-20 degrees too high. See [http://dynonavionics.com/docs/support_bulletin_032206.html this service bulletin] for more information. This problem problem does not occur in any version of FlightDEK-D180 firmware.
 
Early EMS firmware versions had an error in the oil temperature calibration data. This caused oil temperature to read 10-20 degrees too high. See [http://dynonavionics.com/docs/support_bulletin_032206.html this service bulletin] for more information. This problem problem does not occur in any version of FlightDEK-D180 firmware.
  
 
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[[Category:Troubleshooting]]

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Oil temperature reads too high

Early EMS firmware versions had an error in the oil temperature calibration data. This caused oil temperature to read 10-20 degrees too high. See this service bulletin for more information. This problem problem does not occur in any version of FlightDEK-D180 firmware.