In some cases, important elements that could be taken into consideration (e.g. certifications of certain materials, the fact that a key component comes from an international manufacturer…) are ignored. However, a test plan should be guided both by applicable requirements and a risk analysis.
Conversely, sometimes they assume the risk is low and they don’t suggest certain tests (a typical example is RoHS, which is not always tested but really should be tested in some circumstances).

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