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-As you can see, there are many possible causes for a robot to lose control or not function as designed. It is not always easy or quick to determine a cause. Unfortunately, with the pressure to keep matches on schedule, Refs/Volunteers do not have the time to diagnose the robot problems. Unless there is clear evidence of a field failure, the Refs will ask the teams to leave and try to solve the problem in the pits. Matches are typically only replayed in the event of a clear field failure. It is the responsibility of every team to prevent Robot Failures which will result in a loss of functionality.((https://web.archive.org/web/20160303074748/http://www.vexrobotics.com:80/wiki/VEX_Competition_Tips_for_Teams))+As you can see, there are many possible causes for a robot to lose control or not function as designed. It is not always easy or quick to determine a cause. Unfortunately, with the pressure to keep matches on schedule, refs and volunteers do not have the time to diagnose robot problems. Unless there is clear evidence of a field failure, the refs will ask the teams to leave and try to solve the problem in the pits. Matches are typically only replayed in the event of a clear field failure. It is the responsibility of every team to prevent Robot Failures which will result in a loss of functionality.((https://web.archive.org/web/20160303074748/http://www.vexrobotics.com:80/wiki/VEX_Competition_Tips_for_Teams))
  
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