Tackling False-Positive Part Deviations

Credit: AFI KLM E&M/Patrick DelaPierre
No Fault Founds (NFFs) occur when parts appear faulty on an aircraft or in a line check, but test as fault-free in the shop. They are a frustrating waste of money and effort because although they appear to be benign, they still must be vetted. Reducing NFFs remains tough to accomplish. As old causes...

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