Well, sh*t happens. Someone in China should be roundly b*ll*ocked and then we all move on.
Someone somewhere needs a rollocking because there ought to be processes in place to catch errors like that before 10K are built and need to be reworked. There's a moral somewhere in there about always building one exactly as the production line will and testing before committing to a full build.
But even with the best efforts in the world things can still go wrong, slip through the net. At least it is minor in the scheme of things, can be resolved, and doesn't mean binning the entire batch.
More lessons to be learned but it's still heading in the right direction.
I believe to one off the line method was used....but Liz will probably correct me on that.
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