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Default Modeling Test Failures

Hello,

I am trying model a production line in which each unit is tested. I have been looking around in Flexsim and also on the forums but have not been able to find anything about modeling failures. Is there an area within a processor that you can specify a percentage of units that will fail or do you have to write code to do this? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks

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