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Chapter 14 Preventative Maint./Tuneups Chapter 14—Preventative Maintenance Tune-ups 14-9 Check the main vents and look for evidence of leaks. When you have completed these steps, be sure to return all controls to their proper settings and double check to be sure that you removed any jumpers you may have used. Ask the customer to reset all thermostats to their normal settings. Step 15. Cleanup the work area: Once you’re satisfied that everything is working properly, use a garbage bag to remove old parts, oil absorbent and newspaper or drop cloths so that nothing can fall out on your way back to your truck. Use your vacuum cleaner to clean the area around the system. Return your tools to their proper places in your truck and clean your hands. Step 16. Double-check your work: Check your work area one last time. Pay particular attention to potential sources of oil leaks such as the filter canister, pump, burner housing and oil valve. Step 17. Make it shine: Spend a few more minutes cleaning up. Wipe and clean all of the external surfaces of the boiler or furnace and work area. Use only clean rags so you do not leave an odor behind. Step 18. Reset and record: Verify that thermostats and controls have been returned to their proper settings. Fill out the service card with the work you have performed, the parts you have replaced, the efficiency readings, the nozzle size, and the safety timing. Fill out your company’s required paperwork completely, including all of the information on the service card plus the oil level and anything that needs to be followed up on. Step 19. Report to the customer: Before you leave, explain what you have done and be sure to follow-up on any concerns discussed during the initial interview. Explain the efficiency test results and advise them about potential energy saving improvements. If follow up work is required, explain what and why. Have the customer sign the work order, give them the appropriate copy and thank them for their business. Make it shine before leaving Reading the service card


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