Member Advisory: Boeing 737 Max 8

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  1. Brent in Az

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    There is some speculation, that there was an issue with the stabilizer jack screw, which raises, and lowers the horizontal stabilizer. Data streams captured, showed similar results between the Ethiopian crash, and the Indonesian crash. The stabilizer jack screw found at the crash site was in the nose down position. Which would explain why altitude was not being achieved?

    This is just opinion, made by some industry insiders, and not conclusive fact at this point.
     

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