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Faulty 737 sensor from Lion Air crash linked to repair shop

By Bloomberg
03 April 2019   |   12:17 pm
A faulty sensor on a Lion Air 737 Max that’s been linked to the jetliner’s deadly crash last October and a harrowing ride the previous day was repaired in a U.S. aircraft maintenance facility before the tragedy, according to investigative documents.

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