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      In this video, I use the power of Electrically Equivalent Points (EEPs) on the schematic to troubleshoot a GE dryer that wouldn’t start. I did this without having to remove the dryer from a difficult installation, which saved lots of time and aggravation, and avoided the liability and potential personal injury that always comes when you have to move an appliance.

      By identifying EEPs on the schematic and knowing basic electricity and circuits, I was able to prove that the fuse attached to bottom of the dryer’s back panel was open.

      You can do this, too! These are exactly the types of skills we teach here at Register today and begin your journey to appliance repair mastery.

      And here’s the exciting conclusion to this cliff-hangar video answering the question, “Why did the fuse fail?:

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