Old 2nd Jan 2019, 22:33
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Join Date: Mar 2014
Location: WA STATE
Age: 73
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seems to me if one carefully reads the entire link

it comes down to Electrical issue unlikely, mechanical issue probable. OK. mis-clocking when attached is a possibility- but perhaps unlikely ? . Seems to leave a clocking between vane and resolver shaft as a possible scenario. A) BUT the probability of two units being factory assembled wrong being used on the same side of the same airplane IMO has way to many zeros behind the decimal point. (but NOT impossible ). B) So how might the shaft be attached to the vane ? C) Or is it one solid piece and the mounting of the internal- attached coil possible to be incorrect - but that gets us back to A) .

Or is occams razor double sided ? Looks like recovery of the AOA sensor and how attached to left side may be the only way to resolve ....
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