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Maintain machinery

03/20/2008 9:55 AM

I am going to work for a manufacturer (maintenance department), our products are Hearing Instrument, Mobile Terminal, Medical Device. I looking for and book or information :"How to maintain the machine fast, correct..". Thanks!

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Re: Maintain machinery

03/20/2008 10:08 AM

Are you talking about audiometers or hearing aids? If you guys build the device, don't you have schematics and drawings? Did you do any MTBF documentation when you selected components? Do you have a service department that maintains records of field service calls? Do you have a QA/QC department? Somebody has to have access to at least most of this information in order to write a maintenance manual for your device.

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03/20/2008 1:01 PM

Most manufactures today supply very little maintenance info with their machines other than where to lubricate, when to lubricate and maybe a wiring diagram. A lot depends on the technology involve in the equipment in which they are trying to protect.

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