Maintenance Troubleshooting: Troubleshooting Procedures

Maintenance Troubleshooting: Troubleshooting Procedures is part one of the Maintenance Troubleshooting five-part training series.

The course teaches students how to identify symptoms associated with mechanical or electrical equipment problems, determine faulty components based on symptoms, plan a course of action to take in repairing the problem, repair the problem, and observe post-repair equipment.

Course objectives include:

  • Identify the abnormality or symptom based on normal operation behavior
  • Determine the faulty element or component based on symptoms
  • Plan a course of action to repair the equipment
  • Safely perform repairs on the equipment
  • Apply observation techniques to prevent reoccurrence once the problem is repaired.

Course menu:

Identifying Symptoms

  • Observation
  • Temperature
  • Vibration
  • Sound
  • Smell
Determining Faulty Components
  • Component Failure Analysis
  • Isolating the Fault
Planning a Course of Action
  • Component Access
  • Process Interruption
  • Maintenance Economics
Repair and Follow-up Observation
  • Replacement Preparation
  • Component Replacement
  • Operational Observation

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