Fokker is investigating in-service reports of Fokker 100 fuel boost pump wiring damage and is eyeing improper maintenance as the likely cause. The issue, detailed in an Australian Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) airworthiness bulletin, focuses on burnt wiring insulation. In one case, the damage was discovered during a pump repair, CASA explains. “The wiring harness for the [left] rear fuel boost pump canister was removed for access to allow defect rectification of a fuel ...
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