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In the event of conflict with the FAA approved Airplane Flight Manual (AFM), the AFM shall supersede. The Boeing Company regards the information or procedures described herein as having a direct or indirect bearing on the safe operation of this model airplane. THE FOLLOWING PROCEDURE AND/OR INFORMATION IS EFFECTIVE UPON RECEIPT Background Information Two operators have reported loss of fluid from multiple hydraulic systems. The leaks sequentially affected system 4, then 1, then 2, then the brake accumulator.
THE FOLLOWING PROCEDURE AND/OR INFORMATION IS EFFECTIVE UPON RECEIPT Background Information This bulletin does not apply to airplanes modified by Boeing Service Bulletin 74727A2386. An operator recently experienced in-flight failure of all three FCUs. Engineering investigation has revealed malfunction of a leading edge flap position switch circuit can result in failure of all three FCUs with the following indications: • the EICAS caution message FLAPS CONTROL displays • primary and secondary flap control and position indication displays are inoperative • the alternate control mode remains operative, however the expanded flap position indication does not display.
TB1-23, Dated January 5, 2009 (continued) Boeing and GE investigations conclude the airplanes most likely encountered ice crystals lifted by convective activity prior to the engine flameout. At very cold temperatures near thunderstorms the airplane can encounter visible moisture made up of high concentrations of small ice crystals. These ice crystals do not cause weather radar returns. Flight crews have reported deviating around strong weather radar returns when the flameout events have occurred.