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Appliance Repair Training Webinar Recordings

Samurai Appliance Repair Man

On-demand appliance repair training videos for premium tech members!

Over 70 hours (and growing!) of original, high quality continuing technical education webinars for professional appliance techs where we dive deep into appliance repair troubleshooting and technology topics. Watch on mobile or desktop at your convenience whenever, wherever. Listen while driving to your next service call. Watch in your free time. Master troubleshooting skills. Troubleshoot quicker and more accurately. Learn more, earn more.

To access these webinars and all the other info-goodies here at Appliantology, become a Professional Appliantologist today. If you need cost-effective, time-flexible, state-of-the-art appliance technical training, check out the Master Samurai Tech appliance repair school.

Running Service Calls

Basic Electricity and Circuits

Technology

Troubleshooting

Dishwashers

Dryers

Refrigerators

Ovens and Ranges

Washers

Other Training Sessions

 

Your webinar presenter is Scott M. Brown, PE. Scott earned two engineering degrees, a Bachelors from University of Georgia and a Masters from Clemson University, and has over ten years experience working as an engineer designing manufacturing processes, hazardous waste remediation systems, and industrial ammonia refrigeration systems. Additionally, he is a licensed Professional Engineer (PE) in the state of New Hampshire. Prior to beginning his university engineering studies, he was an avionics technician in the US Navy, troubleshooting and repairing computer-controlled radar systems to the component level on control boards. He started doing appliance repair almost 30 years ago for the fun of it and as a way to be self-employed.

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