Schematic Magic for Appliance Technicians

Posted on November 10, 2014 by - Tech Talk

Schematic diagrams are the go-to technical document when troubleshooting any appliance. Every professional technician should be fluent in reading schematics and using them to troubleshoot. But the reality is that most techs don't use schematics, either because they can't read them or they don't understand how to apply them to the actual appliance they're working on. Unless you're using the schematic to formulate your troubleshooting strategy, you're wasting time and incurring liability from moving an appliance when you might not need to. You're also guaranteeing that you will be obsolete as an appliance tech in the very near future.

This video reveals the elegant power of having Schematic Magic work for you:


You can do this, too! Learn how in the Fundamentals of Appliance Repair training course.

The point of the Fundamentals course is to teach you troubleshooting skills, NOT disassembly and parts changing skills. The appliance repair trade is full of guys who know how to disassemble an appliance and change a part but have no idea how to actually troubleshoot and diagnose what’s going on with the appliance. This is especially true if it’s a complicated circuit or involves a computer control board.

This is exactly the knowledge gap that the Fundamentals course is meant to address.

You can get disassembly and parts changing information anywhere. There are lots of YouTube videos out there that show you how to take stuff apart and put it back together. The service manuals themselves have lots of disassembly information. No need to pay for a training course to show you what you can readily find for free! At the Samurai Tech Academy you are going to build the troubleshooting and diagnostic skills you need to stand out from the crowd.

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