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What was the most difficult repair job you have done?
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The most difficult repair jobs for me always involve intermittent problems, because they are the most diagnose properly.
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Motor winding breckdown plant.
Repairing system of the saw beam cutting cnc machine.
Yes I have the most difficult repair job I have done.
Power transformer 132kv bus ducket belly fill with oil and open it and exaim about why it look like that and remove all of the bushes and link it take 2 to 5 days full time risky job in online condition.
I have repaired stepper drives in my previous company which I think was difficult job.
Loose connection in a fully finished machines and short circuit finding.
Making a machine that uses plc to run when it has failed, troubleshooting.
In house wiring the main elcb tripped without on power in house.