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Boeing issues alert due to 787 engine fire switch failures

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Boeing has issued an alert to airlines using its flagship B787 Dreamliner, warning that the switch used to extinguish an engine fire has failed in a “small number” of instances. The switch also severs the fuel supply and the hydraulic fluid to prevent flames spreading.In its alert to airlines, Boeing warns that long-term heating can cause the fire switch to stick in the locked position so it can’t be used to release the two fire extinguishers in each engine. The FAA has issued an airworthiness… (www.theguardian.com) 更多...

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patstphens1174
Richard Fox 5
They don't make em' like they used to...
BobWysocki
Chinese parts/components cut cost at the same cut safety
patstphens1174
Richard Fox 3
Spot on pal, spot on. There's always been the bloke who'll con ya' out of an honest quid, nowadays there are bloody airworthiness processes and plane makers themselves cutting corners. Corporate greed.
leoaubry
Leo Aubry 0
Dont they inspect these parts,if they do and install. Then you tell me.
sgbelverta
sharon bias 3
How much could this switch possibly cost? Is there any quality control left at Boeing?
jgilz0805
john gilzinger 2
profit-profit-profit-they will be just fine !----profit-profit-profit
BobWysocki
way to go BOEING you guys seem to failing at every junction ( no pun intended)
ianmcdonell
ian mcdonell 1
How does the switch suffer long term heating?

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