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Old 05-22-2016, 05:46 AM   #15
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I keep mine in a small spiral notebook about the size of a day planner. In it I keep a record of all scheduled maintenance as well as any options or equipment I have added. I also make notes as to how things were installed so the next owner has an idea of say how I ran power to something if they have trouble after purchasing it from us.

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I created a spreadsheet with a line for every maintenance items and how often it needs to be done. I have a column for each year and then mark off the month it was done if it was done in that year. In the spreadsheet, I also have a list of other things I have done such as upgrades and repairs that are not part of maintenance. I keep all the receipts in folders in the filing cabinet. I also have a sheet in the spreadsheet for the part numbers for items that are periodically repaired or I have had to repair and for parts I want to have with me all the time.

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