Advanced Schematic Analysis and Troubleshooting Course

Posted on July 17, 2018 by -

Course Syllabus:

Module 1 Advanced Schematic Analysis and Troubleshooting Course Orientation
Unit 1 Orientation: How to Use and Interact with the Advanced Troubleshooting Course
Module 2 Review of Schematics and Wiring Diagrams
Unit 1 Guidelines for Reading Schematics
Module 3 Using Timing Charts and Schematics to Troubleshoot Appliances
Unit 1 Troubleshooting a 2-Speed Motor Problem in a Top Load Washer
Unit 2 Analyzing Dryer Timer Motor Operation Using EEPs and the Timer Chart
Unit 3 Schematic Exercises: Appliances with Mechanical Timers 1
Unit 4 Schematic Exercises: Appliances with Mechanical Timers 2
Module 4 Using Ohm's Law as a Powerful Troubleshooting Tool
Unit 1 Using Ohm's Law as a Powerful Troubleshooting Tool
Module 5 Troubleshooting Open Neutral Problems
Unit 1 Using the Timer Chart and Schematic to Troubleshoot Open Neutral Problems
Unit 2 Analyzing Open Neutrals and Voltage Drops in Series Loads using Ohm's Law
Unit 3 Troubleshooting Broken Wires and Alternate Neutral Paths with Unexpected Load Behavior
Module 6 Troubleshooting Appliances with Electronic Control Boards
Unit 1 Troubleshooting Distributed vs. Central Control Systems
Unit 2 Troubleshooting Appliances with Multiple Control Boards
Unit 3 Troubleshooting Computer-Controlled Appliances
Unit 4 Troubleshooting Electronic Control Boards in Appliances
Unit 5 Schematic Exercises: Appliances with Electronic Control Boards 1
Unit 6 Schematic Exercises: Appliances with Electronic Control Boards 2
Unit 7 Schematic Exercises: Appliances with Electronic Control Boards 3
Unit 8 Schematic Exercises: Appliances with Electronic Control Boards 4