Fault Isolation Manuals Are Failing

FIMS-Failing-outline.jpgTraditional FIMs weren’t designed to meet the challenges of troubleshooting complex problems in diverse work environments.

To be fully effective, a Fault Isolation Manual must:

  • Identify the cause of any potential equipment problem
  • Ensure the most efficient troubleshooting path, regardless of equipment configuration
  • Isolate the correct source of the problem, from all other possible causes 
  • Direct the user to information about subsequent actions (parts, tests, repairs, etc.)


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