Minor Repair

A repair to an asset that is relatively small in scope and cost and does not usually have significant implications for performance and budget resources.

Included below are some simple examples of minor repairs to assets:

  • Replacement of a frayed fan belt on a fan motor
  • Reconnection of a dislodged leaf strainer over a roof drain.

Listed below are some of the key attributes of a minor repair:

Management Principles
The accumulation of small repairs can sometimes be bundled for economies of scale.

Fig. Dislodged leaf strainer on roof drain that can be easily repaired without significant effort or capital cost.

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