This month, we turn to Jeffrey in Illinois, who warns us to, “Don’t Be Like Me.” We love a good self-deprecating how-to piece where the author shows how they made a mistake and then teaches others to avoid said mistake. That’s reality and we’ve all been there. It’s great when someone can then share the wisdom they’ve gained. In this case, Jeffrey jumped right to a module replacement to resolve a variety of electrical systems issues. He then recounts all the warning signs that he should have picked up on that might have told him he had formulated the wrong diagnosis. It’s a great example of squaring u the basics before jumping to the complex solution. Read the case study here:
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