Create an appendix for the procedure, and provide those steps in a simple checklist.

Repair Procedures: The Devil is in the Details

istinguish between training deficiencies and procedural deficiencies.

Be careful when updating your repair procedures. What often happens over time is a given procedure gets so bloated it becomes useless in the field.

Suppose there was a problem during a repair. So the procedure gets a note added to it. The next time, it’s a different problem so another new note gets added. And so on, until the procedure seems to collapse under its own weight.

Distinguish between training deficiencies and procedural deficiencies. Make up for training d

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