Okay, I'm in. But please, give me some credit. I'm a college graduate. I took High School Chemistry (along with Reloading, and doing some "weird science" experiments with my son, I've brushed up on some advanced chemistry). I can work a computer and having spent the last three plus years in chemo; I'm a past master at infection control procedures.
Walk me though. Give me the manual and show me step by step. I get the "Why" for most of it. If I have a question I'll stop and ask.
But this start in the middle, then go to near the beginning and then let's talk about the the shutdown procedure, before you go back and show you the start-up process.
Whoever wrote the training manual needs to be clubbed over the head and fired. While his replacement watches. Dude, You are telling a story about how perform a step-by-step process. It has a beginning, middle and end. The story is much better if you tell it in that order.
So tomorrow is day three. I told my instructor that I want to "solo". Setup and run the machine myself. I'll use the manual to do it each and every time until I develop good habits and the muscle memory to do it the same way, every night, without fail.
Because you can't skip a night. So it will go hunting with me. (Supplies to be delivered to the campground. That will be fun !!)
But please, I've read the book, done all the "quizzes", let me walk through it, and then once I solo, I'll be more than happy to come back for however many days you want me to and I'll demonstrate my proficiency until you are satisfied that I can do it, repeatedly without screwing up.
Please, give me some credit.