Fault diagnosis and repair modules

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The aim is to provide information for common proce-dures involved in diagnosing or repairing a problem. Most of these procedures are applicable to all of the fault diagnosis and repair modules. With any trouble-shooting technique, it is not necessary to approach a problem from any specific direction or set of rules. Rather, you should first observe, consider a possibility and then devise a test to check that assumption. Consider which items are quick or easy to check. This can save time if first carried out.When a problem occurs, record how the equipment was used just before the problem occurred. This allows a similar procedure to be used as a test, in case the symptoms of the recorded problem are not easily reproduced. During the process of locating the cause of a problem, record the tests or checks made, and the results.This will provide a valuable record if it becomes necessary to ask advice from the service department.
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