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Reducing Cleanup

Rather than sacrifice good working habits, think of ways to reduce cleanup time.

Often, what takes the most time for a repair isn’t the repair itself. That honor goes to setup, as mentioned in our previous issue. But cleanup can also take significant time. Many repair techs, under pressure to put out the next fire, clean up inadequately or not at all.

For example, a tech replaces a mezzanine blower motor and changes the drive belt while he’s in there. He saves time by leaving the old belt on the mezzanine (who is going to see it, anyhow?). This sloppin

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