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43 Task Description (If Applicable) such as a practice pertaining to facilities or a component common to several types of buses (e.g., farebox or destination Select one (only one) maintenance description below that sign). best describes the type of task being performed: Below are examples of complete practice titles. Remem- ber that the first descriptor is the most important because it Repair determines where it will be placed in the Web Board cata- Remove and Replace loging system. Also remember to separate each title section Troubleshoot with a semicolon (;). Overhaul Other Electrical; Remove and Replace; Alternator, Delco DN 50; 1989 Orion V, 40-foot. Note: A specific task description is not applicable in all cases. Electrical; Troubleshoot; Allen-Bradley Multiplex Sys- For example, if Bus PMI or Component PMI is selected tem Model XYZ; 2001 New Flyer D60LF, 60-foot above, this section of the title can be omitted; see example Bus PMI; 1990 Orion V, 40-foot below. Component PMI; Thermo King Rooftop Air Condi- tioner Model XYZ; 2003 Gillig Phantom, 40-foot Service; Service Line Functions Component Application (If Applicable) The next descriptor is the component that the task descrip- tion is being applied to as distinguished by its product name, POSTING PRACTICES ON THE WEB BOARD make, and model designation (e.g., Alternator, Delco DN Once you create a title for practices that you would like to 50). A specific component is not applicable in all cases (e.g., share with others, go to the "Using the Web Board" section of in the case of a Bus PMI, service line procedures, or a job Chapter 2, Part 2, for instructions on how to post them. skills analysis). If the description is not applicable, do not Remember to compress Word documents containing photos include it in the practice title. to reduce the overall file size, thereby making it easy to trans- fer and upload the file. To do so, select "View" at the top of Bus Application (If Applicable) the screen, and then click on "Toolbars." Select the "Picture" toolbar and then click on the "Compress Picture Icon," which The final descriptor is the bus classified by its year, make, is the 10th icon from the left on newer Word versions and model, and length that the practice applies to (e.g., 1989 Orion looks like a box with arrows pointing in from each of the four V, 40-foot). Again, this title section may not apply in all cases, corners.