On short final into Lake Elmo MN on Sept 6, I noticed a higher than normal sink rate with 100% flaps at 80 knots in my SR20 (#1125, 90 HRS). On investigation it was apparent that the actuator was disconnected from the flap bellcrank.
Flew the airplane to Anoka, where there is a Cirrus service center and they determined that the tie rod end connecting the actuator to the bellcrank was severly bent and had broken.
A new part was installed under warranty and I was on my way. Diagnosis was that the flap displacement was close to overcenter on the bellcrank at 100% flap setting.
Has anyone else experienced this problem?