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Re: Help Needed: Designing Trouble-Shooting Guides
Subject:Re: Help Needed: Designing Trouble-Shooting Guides From:"Phillips, Warren D (Warren)** CTR **" <phillipsw -at- LUCENT -dot- COM> Date:Sat, 7 Mar 1998 00:57:30 -0500
Tom Johnson -
Regarding writing troubleshooting guides; a couple of years ago
I was researching info I could use for a troubleshooting guide
for aircraft maintenance technicians. I checked an old bookmark
file of mine and found the following websites...and the links are