On Friday, GE acknowledged that the same oxidation problem may affect up to 75 9FB turbines (a different model), representing 1% or less of the company's global installed base of 7,500 gas turbines.
GE stock has plunged by nearly 10% since the news about this faulty component first surfaced. This has knocked about $10 billion off the company's market cap. However, the cost to develop a fix -- which apparently took just a few weeks -- and roll it out across the small existing fleet will almost certainly be a small fraction of that amount.
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