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Malaysian 777 engine problem in Stockholm

Old 11th Nov 2006, 03:38
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I am not sure if the cascade vanes had anything to do with it. As mentioned earlier, the damage was to the inner region of the "D" duct, as shown by these photos on the following discussion thread;


The cascade vanes are located under the translating TR sleeve on the outer part of the "D" duct. Further photos appear on the following discussion thread;

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Old 11th Nov 2006, 04:27
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Algy said
3. Unlike other sites we don't accept anonymous forum credentials at face value. The guy involved has no idea who or what Swedish Steve is.

Nice one Steve, you're a "what" now. When I was with you guys last year I KNEW there weas something odd about you!
Nice one!
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