XIX Operator Error
Operator Error, or as we like to say, "error between seat and keyboard", has the potential to be most expensive in terms of repair. For example: a project calls for transparencies. There are several types of transparency materials. One type for ink jet printers, another for monochrome lasers, and a third for color lasers. The transparency material for ink jets is very porous to accept the ink. The transparency material for lasers is specially formulated to take the heat from the fuser. The third has a paper strip for the paper gripper.
Suppose what happens when in a rush, a worker grabs the transparency material for ink jets and runs it though a laser? The transparency material melts and becomes one with the fuser and the rollers around the fuser.
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