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† Based on weekly patent counts issued by United States Patent and Trademark Office.
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Performs in-house troubleshooting to determine problems with functioning and non-functioning off lease equipment. Inspects, diagnoses, triages, dismantles, adjusts, repairs, cleans, replaces parts, assembles and refurbishes equipment according to repair/refurbishment standard operating procedures and product and service manuals. Uses test and diagnostic equipment to perform quality check. Provides technical support to repair contractors. May also preform firmware updates and hard drive cleansing or replacements. Assists in researching and updating the refurbishment SOP for process or technology changes. Works on assignments that are semi routine in nature and serves as a technical resource for Level I when additional or supporting knowledge or judgment is needed to deviate from the refurbishment SOP on non-standard issues that affect equipment appearance, performance or functionality.