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Boeing: Hundreds of 737 planes may have faulty parts

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Boeing yesterday warned as many as 300 of its 737 planes may have faulty wing parts.

That total includes 159 of the embattled 737 Max jet, which has been involved in two fatal crashes.

Boeing officials said one batch of slat tracks from an unidentified supplier "have a potential nonconformance." Slat tracks guide moveable panels built into a plane's wings.

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