Penn Foster Exam #00601800

Feb 3rd, 2012
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This file contains answers to the following questions some of which are given here i.e. 1. Because components aren’t always represented by standardized _______, a troubleshooter must be able to determine a component’s identity by its location or connection to other components in the system. A. symbols C. facsimiles B. figures D. marks 2. When troubleshooting a portion of an industrial process, it’s important to remember that a(n) _______ can cause a good electrical component to appear faulty. A. process problem C. steady voltage B. abnormal output D. process control diagram 3. If you’re troubleshooting a lighting system in an industrial setting and no electrical drawing is available, how should you locate the source of electrical power for the lighting? A. Call the power company. B. Short out the conductor to see which breaker trips. C. Call in another troubleshooter. D. Follow the conduit path.

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