I'm going to skip the questions
the PM may well raise, like
"When'll you have a fix for it,
are we talking hours or days?"
A Project Manager‘s viewpoint is different from that of a developer. They’re less interested in the quality of the code than the time it’ll take to fix it. And what it means to the overall schedule.
Project Manager’s Problem Solving methods involve looking at: overall cost, schedule, and severity and priority.