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ARSA Seeks to Resolve Part-Marking Confusion

On a Dec. 11 letter to the FAA, ARSA asked the agency to clarify confusion regarding part marking during maintenance – specifically, whether maintenance providers can apply a “serial number” to a part lacking that information. The Association has asked the FAA to acknowledge affirmatively that a repair station may restore or add a “serial number” to a part received with missing or illegible information.



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