Red Rocket Mega Stop terminals

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This page lists Red Rocket Mega Stop terminals.

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Maintenance Entries

Maintenance Entry 05/10/76[edit | edit source]

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We've spent the week unpacking the equipment that Red Rocket Corporate sent us, and I have to say I'm impressed. After looking over the service manuals, I'm confident that these robots will revolutionize the way Red Rocket Gas Stations operate by totally automating the process.

Our job is to train and program the bots so that they perform as well as a human mechanic, or if everything goes well, even better.

Tomorrow we let the robots loose and have them help their very first customers. Fingers crossed.

Maintenance Entry 05/12/76[edit | edit source]

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Okay, so day one didn't go as smoothly as we expected.

The first customer asked our robots to clean his windshield, and the bots took the command too literally. Before we could stop them, they had completely removed the windshield to get better access. Later in the day, the robots changed a car's headlight with a larger headlight by tearing apart the car's bumper so it would fit.

I would have thought they'd have command interpretation sorted out at the factory, but clearly, we're going to have to teach them basic techniques from scratch.

Maintenance Entry 06/20/76[edit | edit source]

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Our maintenance team has noticed that the robots are developing a personality, so they started naming them. We came up with: Mick, Rodney, Ira and Hank.

Mick is chipper and determined, always the first to hover out to an arriving vehicle. Rodney is more reserved and practical, and Ira seems to overthink everything. Then finally you have Hank, who is pretty much aloof towards his job.

I'm not sure why they're allowed to develop these personalities. Personally, I find it very difficult to deal with and I wish they all acted in their default modes.

Maintenance Entry 08/25/76[edit | edit source]

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After some debates with my team, I've concluded that the robots need to have their personalities reset back to the "factory default" mode.

While it was fun for a while to distinguish them as individuals, it's clear that their sole purpose is to assist us through automation and these personalities are interfering with that process.

Some of the other folks on the team think that resetting them is like "killing" them. However, the decision is mine, and I've chosen to go ahead with the reset. After all, these aren't pets or friends, they're servitors and they need to get back to work.

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Red Rocket Mega Stop

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For Red Rocket Mega Stop Employees only.

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Decommissioning Protectrons[edit | edit source]

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Protectrons that have sustained sufficient damage may be decommissioned. Due to repair costs being greater than replacement costs, full destruction of the unit and retrieval of the Red Rocket Core is recommended.

Red Rocket Core[edit | edit source]

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The Red Rocket Core is custom hardware for the Red Rocket customer service protectrons. These cores are proprietary technology and must be preserved at all cost. Damage to cores will be docked from employee pay. Any attempt to share or retrieve information from these cores will result in immediate termination and lawsuit.

Maintenance Logs[edit | edit source]

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10/1/77 : 3:47 pm: Conway
Took RR-Unit 7 for routine maintenance and found corrosion around the core. Taking this bot out of rotation for now and ordered a replacement.

10/3/77 : 9:00 am: McLean
Ran updates on all protectrons with the exception or RR-Unit 7. Still waiting on core delivery.

10/4/77 : 11:45 am: Conway
Core delivery received. Reactivated RR-Unit 7 and updated firmware. He's good to go. Safe for rotation.

10/10/77 : 9:10 pm: Byers
Strange quirks registering in some of the bots today. Unit 3 became unresponsive at one point and needed a reboot. Unit 5 scraped against the side of a car and knocked off the sideview. Wiping drives on both and running full diagnostics with no obvious culprits. May want to send these units back to RobCo for better eval.

Schedule[edit | edit source]

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This schedule must be maintained to ensure the highest performance for the new Red Rocket model protectrons.

Monday
- Cleaning and detailing of all protectrons and pods. Physical damage must be reported to management.

Wednesday
- Hardware evaluation for any replacement parts needed. Weekly tune up.

Friday
- Full software diagnostics on both protectrons and pods along with full system reboots. Anomalies must be logged and reported to RobCo.

Orders and Deliveries[edit | edit source]

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10/1/77 : 3:40 pm : Conway
Order placed to RobCo
- Red Rocket Core (1)

10/4/77 : 10:14 am: Conway
RobCo package received
- Red Rocket Core (1)

10/6/77 : 4:47 pm : McLean
Order placed to RobCo
- Protectron T4 sensor (2)
- Protectron circuit board (1)
- RobCo fuse kit (2)