How to Search for Service Alerts & Bulletins

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Safety is our highest priority, so we've set up a special page on our website, Service Alerts & Bulletins, to make it easy for customers to see if their equipment needs additional attention.

This table provides a quick overview of all Service Alerts and Service Bulletins issued and the specific part numbers affected. The list is sorted by date, with the most recently issued document at the top of the list, and each document can be quickly viewed and downloaded by clicking on the link in the "Document Number" column.

A brief note about each document is provided in the "Description" column. Of special note is the "Part Numbers Affected" column, which lists all the parts (and in some cases, the STC numbers) that are included under each service alert document.

Together, all of this information will make it much easier for you to see if your Onboard Systems equipment is affected by a service alert or bulletin —- and find out what you need to do.

Sign Up For Automated Notifications
Perhaps the easiest way to ensure that you are always aware of new service alerts and bulletins is to sign up for our free Documentation Update Service. Simply go to our website and register your Onboard Systems products, providing an email address or fax number where we can send the documentation updates.

Once this is set up, if one of the manuals for an Onboard Systems product that you have registered is updated, or a service bulletin is issued for your product, you will receive an email or fax to let you know. The documents are linked to our website in the email notifications; the fax notifications simply provide a list of the products and updated document numbers.

Our system lets you choose to receive the notices on a daily, weekly or monthly basis, so you can choose the delivery schedule that works best for you.

If you have any questions about the Automated Notification System, or need some help getting set up, please contact us.

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