Bad Practices, Part 17

Avoid these three bad maintenance practices.

Bad maintenance practices tend to sneak into the way things get done. Here are three more to guard against:

Bad Practice #44 — Setting up Maintenance Schedules Strictly Per Manufacturer’s Recommended Intervals.

These are just starting points. A good service manual will also include application-specific adjustment factors for things such as ambient temperature, duty cycle, or type of material being processed.

Bad Practice #45 —

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