Practical Routine Maintenance (1976)

By Thomas J. Polis, The Magnavox Company

The topic, Practical Routine Maintenance, has been broken down into four basic catagories for discussion. The catagories have been placed in what I feel is their order of priority.

  1. Equipment Selection
  2. Personnel Training
  3. Scheduling of Preventative Maintenance, Testing and Procedure
  4. Record Keeping

This order of priority should not lead one to believe that, for example, Record Keeping is less imRortant than Equipment Selection. Recordeeping, in normal system planning, is simply approached~ Equipment Selection.

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