|Quoting Tristarsteve (Reply 1):|
the override switch was removed as it was now redundant.
|Quoting 767eng (Reply 3):|
It was originally a sound idea but as the aircraft aged all it took was a poor connection somewhere in the oil pressure circuit and your reverser would fail to deploy - not good
|Quoting HAWK21M (Reply 4):|
Makes sense....suprisingly RR never thought about a safety switch on the flight deck aka B737.
|Quoting boeingfixer (Reply 5):|
The B737 Override switches are there for maintenance purposes and serve no function to the aircrew as far as the QRH is concerned.
|Quoting HAWK21M (Reply 6):|
True but you would def not make an error on the B737 unless it was deliberate....as deployment in air would mean:-
1.Fwd Thrust levers in Idle
2.Landing Gear down
5.Air-Ground relay on Ground mode.
So you would need to be knowing what you were doing.