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Potential MFMEA Failure Effects
Potential Effects of Failure are defined as the consequence(s) of the failure mode on the subsystem, described in terms of Safety and the �7 Big Losses.� The �7 Big Losses� are as follows:
- Setup and Adjustment
- Idling and Minor Stoppages
- Reduced Cycle
- Start-up Losses
- Defective Parts
Note: If a functional approach is used, it may be necessary to list the cause(s) in column 14 before listing the effect(s) first in column 11.
Review historical and surrogate FMEAs, warranty data, concern reports, field reports, and other applicable documents. Identify historical failure mode effects.
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