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On today’s Tech, No Babel: Troubleshooting Techniques: Avoiding Problems before they happen
A relative of mine (distant, but I’m still claiming him) said, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. When it comes to troubleshooting, that’s so true.[tweet “Sometimes, you know that a problem will happen, but it hasn’t gotten as bad as it will. Do this and you’ll thank me later:”]
Have you ever had something break, but it wasn’t severe enough to warrant you fixing it right away, so you put it off?
The car I’m driving now had a problem where it would overheat in traffic. I don’t get in traffic all that often, so I didn’t worry about it. One day, I got stuck and couldn’t get going fast enough to move air through the radiator fast enough, so the broken radiator fan issue became a broken radiator. If only I’d fixed the radiator fans, it would have solved that problem, but I waited and had to fix both.
Tech can be like that. Sometimes, you see a piece starting to go south. Fix it early, so that it doesn’t break more stuff.
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