Spare block imported by Module 1,01,02 Block 1001 and then used in downstream wiring
A spare block is apparently used in the logic. This is usually an oversight.
The block 3200, on the right, is a spare input, as is shown by the specs below, (S9 is 9999). However it is still connected to all the blocks listed on the left.
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