FAA investigates Dreamliner batteries

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By Peter Johnson

A big meeting for Boeing Friday in Japan.

Representatives from the FAA and the National Transportation Safety Board met with Boeing officials to investigate the string of problems plaguing the company's 787 Dreamliner plane.

Japanese safety board officials said Friday the battery casing in one 787 was so swollen the battery inside was completely charred.

All Dreamliners have been grounded in the US and no word yet on when the investigation will wrap up.

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