OK, original post deleted. There is a question how conscious the pilots were at the moment of the disaster… were they even there?
- 3044 ANTI ICE R WINDOW
- 561200 R SLIDING WINDOW SENSOR
- SMOKE LAVATORY SMOKE
- 2600 AVIONICS SMOKE
- 561100 R FIXED WINDOW SENSOR
- 2200 AUTO FLT FCU 2 FAULT
- 2700 F/CTL SEC 3 FAULT
So, errors are: cockpit right window defroster error, ventilation sliding window… dare I say open or not closed correctly? Could it be that the co-pilot tried to adjust the window to get rid of some smell he could sense? The same smell was picked by some of the lavatory smoke detectors. Next minute, smoke is detected in the avionics compartment.
Next minute, the fixed cockpit window detects an error status.
Next minute, the autopilot flight control unit 2 is faulty and flight control “SEC 3”, sector 3 is faulty.
The maneuver the plane made could be caused by the autopilot unit itself, possibly…
I still do not know if decompression errors are detected and reported as well.