DENVER -- Tests flopped again last week on Denver International Airport's $193 million automated baggage system, as engineers scratched their heads after basic components of the system failed.

On Wednesday and Thursday, engineers attempted to run a complete "sub-system" check of the baggage system, meaning that they would operate one complete loop that would include all the necessary functions, including loading, unloading, and transferring from one gate to another.

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