hole theory # 1

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hole theory # 1

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hole theory # 1

Miscellaneous by: otis english

Genre: Editorial and Opinion

Houses:

Miscellaneous by: otis english

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Genre: Editorial and Opinion

Houses:

Summary

my personal finding for trouble shooting anything--otis

Summary

my personal finding for trouble shooting anything--otis

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Submitted: August 11, 2008

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Submitted: August 11, 2008

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9/24/00
'HOLE TROUBLE SHOOTING TECHNIQUE'

when there is a problem--think 'HOLES'--it
will help you find the trouble in ANY situation--
definition of 'HOLE' =  absence of matter--
-no such thing as a perfect hole--

examples of holes involved:

1. any shape
2. absence of holes
3. contaminated holes
4. broken tubes
5. broken wires
6. holes too large
7. holes too small
8. lack of clearance
9. too tight
10. too loose
11. too many holes
12. in the wrong place
13. bent holes
14. crushed holes
15. etc. holes
by otis english-  give it some serious thought - ____________________________


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