TEMPS DE REPARATION
KiSC issued 03, 2009 A
F O R E W O R D
PURPOSE OF THE FLAT-RATE SCHEDULE
This flat-rate schedule has been prepared as a useful guide to help dealers and distributors in executing
servicing jobs effectively at fair prices. It provides for the standard operation times needed to do individual
servicing jobs. Please make full use of this schedule when charging for Warranty Adjustments or repair works
executed, or when estimating the costs required for service works.
USING THE FLAT-RATE SCHEDULE
To help dealers to identify correctly the details of service works to be done, the schedule is edited to include
exploded illustrations indicating clearly the points to service and the schedule of standard operation times.
The exploded illustrations are provided with emphasis on B1220, B1620 and B1820. The time schedule is
completed to be readily understandable with the three headings: JOB CODE NUMBER, DESCRIPTION and
STANDARD OPERATION TIME.
1) EXPLODED ILLUSTRATION
Any of the following method is used to indicate the point to service;
(1) Indicating the point by using a leading line.
(2) Indicating the range of servicing by using the marking.
(3) Indicating the range of servicing by using a box of dotted line.
Identify the points or ranges to be serviced with any of these indications and select appropriate procedure for
the servicing with the relevant JOB CODE NUMBER.
2) JOB CODE NUMBER
In this flat-rate schedule, job code numbers are used as the service work control codes. Use these
numbers when filling out the Warranty Adjustment Request form.
1. Each of the job descriptions listed covers all the works to be performed, from starting the servicing job to
the completion of the service work when the unit is fully restored to the operating condition.
This also includes incidental works such as cleaning, adjustment and inspection of the parts involved.
2. When the service work is to be done at two or more point