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#1 stephengips

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Posted 05 November 2002 - 01:13 AM

Hello, my name is Stephen. I'm new to controls and this site. I'm trying to find software free or cheap to improve my skills at troubleshooting. If any now of a site or sites please reply.`

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Posted 06 November 2002 - 02:37 AM

Troubleshooting is a hard skill to learn let alone master, I know of only one way to improve your skill. First of all you need to know the basics (mechanical and electrical), and second you need to know what the equipment/machinery/etc... does, is supposed to do, what can't do, and learn from experience from solving problems. A knowledgable operator can be your best friend at times and your worst enemy other times. If you know how it works you can find out why it doesn't work.




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