21. Sometimes, especially in electronic equipment, more than one problem will
occur in the same system at the same time. This can be very distressing,
but the situation can be overcome. The best method of troubleshooting more
than one problem is to assume that only one problem exists, and troubleshoot
it as one problem. Many times, by correcting one problem, the other is
readily apparent and easily repaired.
Which of the following is the best method of troubleshooting more than one
malfunction in an electronic system? (Circle the letter of your choice).
a. Call in more than one troubleshooter.
b. Replace the entire system with a better one.
c. Try to find both problems, at the same time.
d. Assume only one fault exists and troubleshoot that one first.
e. Divide your time evenly and try to fix both problems.
f. Ask your supervisor for an easier job and let him solve the problem.
Answer for frame 21: d.
22. Multiple problems occur in an electronic system; often one is the result
of the other. By finding the first fault, the second one shows up too.
Sometimes it is impossible to know what the second fault is until the first
one is cleared up.
In your own words, state the best procedure for troubleshooting multiple