I think it's the jugular unit.
- What do you think?
- Should we try and rewire her?

No, I'd replace the whole unit
rather than try and repair it.

With a 10?
Use an XX-50 if we have any in stock.
The double X's have a longer lifespan.

A 50 may not fit in here.
Maybe you can shift the integrator unit
further up into the cavity.

I'll try it.
Balance servo again?
Yeah, she fell over this afternoon.
I think it's the sensor.
If it's the central unit we'll open her up.
You get a confirmation before you do that.
What's he in for?
Central malfunction.
Another one?
Since we opened the resort,
we had a failure and breakdown rate...

...conforming to computer predictions.
That is 0.3 malfunctions
for each 24-hour activation period...

...concurrent or not.
Now, this was an anticipated operations
aspect of the resort...

...and we were fully able to handle it.
The majority of the breakdowns
were minor or peripheral...

...until about six weeks ago.
Then Roman World had a rise
in breakdown rate...

...which doubled in a week.
In addition,
we saw a disproportionate rise...

...in central as opposed to
peripheral breakdowns.

Now, we identified some problems
with humidity control...

...and regained homeostasis.
Despite our corrections,
the breakdown rate continued to climb.

Then Medieval World began
to have trouble.

Now we're seeing
more Western World breakdowns.

And there's a clear pattern here
which suggests an analogy...