Incident at WINNIPEG / JAMES ARMSTRONG RICHARDSON INTL MB (CYWG) (Rejected take-off, Overshoot/missed approach, Engine - malfunction)
2001-04-09: The crew of C-GQNJ, a Beech King Air, rejected take-off on Runway 36 at Winnipeg due to a ""chip detector warning light"". The aircraft taxied off the runway and returned to the ramp. The only aircraft inconvienced was C-GQQC a VFR training a/c on a local flight which was pulled up as a consequence of the rejected take-off. TSB reported that maintenance found particles on the chip detector, cleaned the detector and the crew ferried the a/c to base. After arrival at Kenora, maintenance found more particles on the chip detector, so they have removed the a/c from service until the particles can be analyzed.
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