fault-finding


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fault-finding

the systematic investigation of malfunctions in electronic apparatus
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Thanks to its automatic fault-detecting and fault-finding capabilities, it significantly cuts the need for truck rolls and/or expensive OTDR expertise.
The FTR-Birdie is a self-contained electrical test and fault-finding logger that records and displays on/off voltage changes at 16 inputs.
They are trying to belittle him and his team and indulging in petty fault-finding.
NIGEL ADKINS has warned his Scunthorpe players that their reward for topping League One will be a fault-finding meeting on Monday morning
When one considers North Wales Labour MPs together with a Tory, are constantly fault-finding, nit-picking and maligning our police force when, compared to other similar police forces, it compares favourably.
Motor Vehicle Maintenance has been introduced by Josiah Mason College in response to demand for a short course to tackle hands-on car checks and fault-finding.
Northern Irish firm Kelman specialises in fault-finding for energy suppliers.
Certainly the book will merit criticism from any who hope to find more social history within its pages, but Butch himself is writing a corrective for this type of fault-finding, noting that theology has its own role in transforming society.
She blames the convent discipline for taking away her spontaneity and self-confidence and, by its constant fault-finding, making her feel guilty and inadequate.
It's not really fault-finding, just another way they enjoy films.
It follows the traditional Haynes formula, using fault-finding charts, technical illustrations and chapter headings such as Fuel and Exhaust to discuss subjects such as breast cancer, the menopause and PMT.

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