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Makes minor corrective adjustments to bowling alley machinery as necessary. Clears ball and pin jams, repairs/replaces foul lights, and performs periodic preventive maintenance on automatic handling equipment such as vacuuming, ball cleaning machines, cleaning turn around pans, ball elevators, and cross conveyors on pinsetters.
Assists with maintaining stock levels and keeping records on spare parts for automatic pinsetter and mechanical equipment. Replaces burned-out fuses and light bulbs and assists in replacement of electrical fixtures, if required.
Cleans, oils, and conditions lane surfaces. May sweep and mop floors.
Dusts furniture and fixtures. Cleans walls and rest rooms and replaces washers in faucets, if required. Collects and removes trash. Advises supervisor/manager of unusual maintenance problems.
25% or less - Varies
4819 Bowling Equipment Repairing
Conditions of Employment
Must have manual dexterity necessary to make minor corrective adjustments to machinery and replace fixtures. Skill in the use of common hand tools and ability to perform limited preventive maintenance such as cleaning and oiling equipment and conditioning lane surfaces. Ability to use common cleaning materials and equipment and to safely operate and adjust bowling equipment.
Completes most work assignments without direction. Receives general instruction regarding tasks to be accomplished.
Lifts and carries objects up to 45 lbs independently and objects over 45 lbs with assistance.
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