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New York's Indian Point-2 reactor ends 16-day outage for pump leak repairs

Washington — Entergy's 1,067-MW Indian Point-2 nuclear reactor in Buchanan, New York,synchronized with the electricity grid at 11 am EST (1600 GMT) Saturday,ending a 16-day outage to repair one of four reactor coolant pumps, plantspokesman Jerry Nappi said in an email Tuesday.

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The unit was operating at 100% of capacity Monday and Tuesday, at 84%Sunday and at 1% early Saturday, according to US Nuclear Regulatory Commissiondaily reactor status reports.

Operators shut Indian Point-2 "pre-emptively" on December 9 after severaldays of monitoring water leakage from a seal on one of the reactor coolantpumps, even though "the leakage had not reached the threshold requiring us toshut down the unit," Nappi said in a December 11 email.

The adjacent, 1,080-MW Indian Point-3 reactor has continued to operate at100%, according to NRC's daily reports.

--Jim Ostroff,

--Edited by Keiron Greenhalgh,