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A Technique for Preventing Recurrence

When failures recur, you need to find a different way of defining success

Typically, a repair is counted as successful when the equipment is back in service and appears to function normally. But if this is the correct approach, why do the same failures often recur? The answer is you need a different way of defining success.

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