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What Can Possibly Go Wrong, Part 7

Look for ways to simplify reliability equipment so it’s operating correctly after a repair.

On the backshift, Roger had to replace a 50-hp motor. He radioed the stockroom and they said a lift truck driver would bring it up in 30 minutes. Meanwhile, Roger began to remove a troublesome assembly that consisted of heat shield, cooling shroud, ventilation duct, vent fan, and seemingly 1,000 screws. After 20 minutes, Mike arrived to help him.

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