Bad Practices, Part 25

Here are three more related to “test equipment” that you should guard against.

Bad maintenance practices tend to sneak into the way things get done. Here are three more related to “test equipment” that you should guard against.

Bad Practice #68 — Saving Money in the Maintenance Budget by Skipping the Purchase or Updating of Test Equipment Beyond DMMs and a Basic Megohmeter.

This doesn’t save money, as maintenance must pay overtime for reaction mode work that would proper testing would have prevented.

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