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The longer this Aircraft is on the ground the more Customers must be thinking that there is more to it than just a computer problem.
you really are a sad, ill informed troll.
Of course it's a computer problem.
The sensors are monitored by a computer.
The computer software detected a fault and (incorrectly) pulled the nose down.
It's not a case of getting in a 15 year old hacker to add a line or two of computer code.
One day you might actually get a life.