Often simulators are fully booked, working day and night with some break for maintenance in between. Training schedules are tight and any technical failure of a flight simulator causes not only trouble to engineers but can also lead to serious problems for training centers.
SimHelp, the first point of contact for resolving any issues with Flight Simulators, continues a series of infographics which highlight the main tasks any engineer needs to perform to keep the simulators in top condition and avoid downtime.
For your convenience, this infographic illustrates which systems need to be checked and fixed, if necessary, on a weekly basis. You should be aware that each flight simulator may require additional tests and maintenance activities according to its type.