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Flight data recorders (FDRs) and cockpit voice recorders (CVRs) in commercial airplanes continuously record information and can be immensely helpful to determine the cause of a crash. The deepest a flight recorder has been recovered was the case of South African Airways Flight 295, where the cockpit voice recorder was recovered 16,000 feet (4,900 m) under the ocean. However, there are many cases where recovered recorders did not definitively identify the cause of a crash. Recorders may be recovered, but too damaged to read or have blanks, like in TWA Flight 800 or Swissair Flight 111, after power is cut off.

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Lede paragraph from List of unrecovered flight recorders

Flight data recorders (FDRs) and cockpit voice recorders (CVRs) in commercial airplanes continuously record information and can be immensely helpful to determine the cause of a crash. The deepest a flight recorder has been recovered was the case of South African Airways Flight 295, where the cockpit voice recorder was recovered 16,000 feet (4,900 m) under the ocean. However, there are many cases where recovered recorders did not definitively identify the cause of a crash. Recorders may be recovered, but too damaged to read or have blanks, like in TWA Flight 800 or Swissair Flight 111, after power is cut off.

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Lede paragraph from List of unrecovered flight recorders

Flight data recorders (FDRs) and cockpit voice recorders (CVRs) in commercial airplanes continuously record information and can be immensely helpful to determine the cause of a crash. The deepest a flight recorder has been recovered was the case of South African Airways Flight 295, where the cockpit voice recorder was recovered 16,000 feet (4,900 m) under the ocean. However, there are many cases where recovered recorders did not definitively identify the cause of a crash. Recorders may be recovered, but too damaged to read or have blanks, like in TWA Flight 800 or Swissair Flight 111, after power is cut off.