minor defect


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minor defect

[′mīn·ər di′fekt]
(industrial engineering)
A defect which reduces the effectiveness of the product, without causing serious malfunctioning.
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Poundland said: "We were surprised to hear two pairs of our ready-made reading glasses were found to have minor defects and have taken immediate action with our supplier and are in the process of carrying out further testing on our glasses range.
In response to the investigation, by the Sunday Mirror, Poundland said: "We were surprised to hear two pairs of our readymade reading glasses were found to have minor defects.
And internally they should look at giving the house a quick lick of paint where needed and repair the minor defects like broken door handles, replacing broken seals on double-glazed window panes, grouting of tiles around the shower tray and generally doing all the little jobs we often put off.
Abnormally high temperatures have led to minor defects to the local seat covers of aircraft parking," Daria Korshunova, a spokeswoman for the airport told Komsomolskaya Pravda.
The home inspection revealed some minor defects but they were remedied by the sellers.
A number of other motorists were issued advice notices for minor defects.
Random orbit sanding is used as a final step to remove minor defects and provides a scratch pattern that is invisible after finish is applied.
The technical operations team receives regular training from the manufacturer to keep up with the latest technical developments and customers' needs to quickly resolve maintenance issues ranging from minor defects to scheduled maintenance and modifications.
Witnesses said the Peugeot had a number of minor defects.
Despite these minor defects, however, this work provides a solid and comprehensive analysis of the current state of value theory.
While aviation experts agree the wing cracks are minor defects, of more concern is the fact that the problems are arising so early in the life of the $390 million, 525-seater aircraft, which went into commercial service in 2007.