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The MAX engline panel, located on the aft overhead panel, has now got three new amber caution lights to replace the old REVERSER amber caution lights.

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This simply warns crew that the reverser thrust lever is not down in-flight. (It is inhibited on the ground)


This illuminates when the air/ground thrust reverser logic has failed.


A fault has been detected which will limit reverse thrust on the indicated engine. If commanded reverse thrust will either not deploy or be limited to idle.


These lights remain unchanged from the NG and indicate a non-despatchable EEC fault.

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