Machine Repair

Logical Troubleshooting

The US Navy teaches a method of figuring out what is wrong with something that is "broken;" it is called Logical Troubleshooting.

It has been my experience that "technicians" who have not been educated in Logical Troubleshooting tend to "throw parts" at a problem, hoping one will solve the problem. Of course, if they do solve the problem, they usually do not have a clue as to what failed, and more importantly, why something failed. Forget about keeping a log or records concerning failure-events.

 

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