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Well, there wasn't really an issue, but yes I tried voice, text and even contacting another control centre to see if he had a method of contacting him.

 

I don't know of any other way than this forum to let him know I wasn't ignoring him, I did by best but something wasn't working. That's all.

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Sometimes the voice channel can drop out without the controller knowing.

What happened when you asked the other controller to contact him, did you get a reply from the second controller at all ?

 

Anthony,

 

Try asking the same in the domestic UK forum as the majority of local controllers and pilots read that one.

http://community.vatsim-uk.co.uk/

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Sometimes it's the controller's side, sometimes it's the pilot's side. Best thing to do is check if the mic is working properly, trying another frequency and then returning to the one you were at and finally a quick disconnect and reconnect from VATSIM.

 

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