What do I do when I have received my repaired instrument?

Check to determine the repaired instrument has been verified by a  Breath Alcohol Program (BAP) staff member. The yellow service work order form should have the date and initials of a BAP staff member that performed the post-repair verification. You should also have maintenance log entries showing that the repair records have been entered into the instrument. If anything is missing contact the BAP prior to setting up the instrument. If the paperwork is all located, set up your instrument, perform a 'standard change' (if required) and perform a Weekly QC check using the "return" option. The instrument has now been returned to service and is ready for use.

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1. How to order DC-70, DC-27, DC-28 and CDL-5 forms?
2. How does a Law Enforcement agency become certified to operate the Intoxilyzer 9000?
3. How does an individual become a certified operator?
4. How does an individual find class locations, dates, whether a class is full or if their training application was processed?
5. How does an agency, operator or custodian renew the certification of an agency, operator or instrument?
6. What is online continuing education training?
7. How does someone find a change of status, training application, or CMI evaluation form?
8. What is the change of status form and when do I fill it out?
9. What do I do when my instrument needs repair?
10. What do I do when I have received my repaired instrument?
11. I just received my Agency Application Packet; how do I complete all the forms?