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We Can Clean It Up Later

Does it increase uptime to leave cleanup for later?

Five machines are down with no repair tech yet assigned. Production management wants to clear that queue because money is hemorrhaging by the minute. However, every available repair tech from your small maintenance shop is tied up on a repair. You’re working on a repair you could finish quickly if you leave the cleanup for later.

Leaving it for later means you do the cleanup “offline” instead of while equipment is down. This looks like a good way to increase uptime,

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