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Troubleshooting techniques: Paying in time and trouble

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Most people only think of things costing money, but there are other costs.

-how much something costs to replace.
-how often you replace it.
-how much maintenance does it require.
-does it require more people to operate?
-does it add unnecessary frustration to someone’s life?

Should you just replace it?
-How much is the person who has to deal with it being paid to do so?
-Are maintenance costs making repairs more costly than new?
-Does a new one bring additional benefits that add to the calculation?

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