A bit of an example from history on repairability …
The 1970s British TV manufacturers used to make fine TVs featuring a main chassis with daughter boards for the various bit and bobs - making them very repairable.
The Japanese manufacturers, e.g. Sony, competed making sets using as few boards as possible - not very repairable.
The British sets often experienced problems caused by issues associated with the various boards, those issues *required* repairs - which though easy to perform meant expensive engineer callouts and downtime!
There were, essentially, zero British TV manufacturers pretty soon, everyone wanted the cheaper, more reliable - yet less fixable - Japanese models!
YES repairability is GOOD, but surely not so if in achieving that repairability the kits becomes unreliable!
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