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Old 29th Jan 2013, 00:59
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Investigators starting focusing on how the engines behaved during long periods of idle in cold temperatures. And they found that an icy slush can build up on the fuel/oil heat exchanger, blocking fuel when the throttles are then increased. That finding led to new procedures and then a new design fix.
so much for RNP idle descent...

I knew it was a bad idea!
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