Boeing Identifies New Software Problem on Grounded 737 MAX
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- FAA chief Steve Dickson mentions issue at event in London
- Issue with so-called 'trim' warning system discovered in test
FAA Dickson confirmed during remarks in London Thursday. Boeing representatives didn't immediately respond to a request for comment.
A light indicating that the stablilizer trim system wasn't working properly "had been staying on for longer than a desired period," Dickson said, without providing more detail.
The issue involves an alert designed to warn when the so-called trim system, which helps raise and lower the plane's nose, isn't working properly, according to two people familiar with the issue who weren't authorized to comment on it...
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