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mutt13y

Re: Stunning fail

I was wondering about the "feature" of the original system that switched between AoA sensors after each flight.

I can think of no technical reason to do this. It introduces instability and difficult to diagnose faults.

The only thing I can think of is that it would let me draw a line from both AoA sensors to MCAS on my block diagram.

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