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What Are Corrected Fields?
What Are Corrected Fields?

What these are and when a tester would use them

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Written by Angela
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Corrected fields allow you to tell a water purveyor when the assembly information they have on file is incorrect, when their test report supports this.


Let's say that a purveyor sent you a test report form with John Example's assembly information already filled in. When your tester begins testing John's assembly, they notice that the assembly information the purveyor has in the test report is incorrect. The purveyor shows that John's assembly is a Watts DC 009 model, but the information on the assembly itself shows it is in fact an Ames RPDA 400 model. That's where corrected fields come in.

Add Corrected Fields Information

Below are the instructions on what to do if a tester notices a discrepancy during testing.


A PDF test report with corrected fields will be updated ten minutes after the test has been submitted to the purveyor, replacing the original fields with the corrected ones.

1. Open the Edit Assembly page of the relevant assembly you want to update.

2. Do not change the incorrect assembly fields. Instead, fill in the relevant "corrected" fields. In this example, the tester added the correct Ames information for the Corrected Assembly Type, Corrected Manufacturer and Corrected Model fields.

3. Click Update Assembly at the top or bottom of the page to save your changes.

Once the tester completes the test, the updated test report form will show the original assembly information, as well as the corrected information noted by the tester.

After the testing company approves the test and submits it to the purveyor, the purveyor and the customer will receive a copy of the test report that shows the original fields and the corrected fields, as shown in the example above. Ten minutes after the test has been submitted to the purveyor, the original fields in the PDF test report are replaced with the corrected fields.

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