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How to Troubleshoot Appliance Electronic Control Boards

Samurai Appliance Repair Man

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A Master Samurai Tech Presentation:

Troubleshooting Appliance Electronic Control Boards

Learn from the Samurai and become a troubleshooting master!

Using a Whirlpool dishwasher as a case study, the Samurai explains each step in the process of troubleshooting electronic control boards in appliances, revealing the schematic mysteries to all who want to learn.

In this 38-minute video, you will learn:

  • Basic troubleshooting techniques with broad applications to all appliances
  • How to use tech sheets properly
  • How to get those control boards to talk to you
  • How to identify suspected problems using the schematic diagram
  • How to formulate a troubleshooting strategy based on schematic analysis
  • How to identify where to make electrical measurements
  • About triac-gated neutrals in AC loads with standing voltage
  • The difference between loading and non-loading voltage meters and when and why to use each

...and much more!

Click here to begin your journey of Total Appliance Enlightenment!

Here are a few tantalizing screenshots of the presentation...

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Click here to begin your journey of Total Appliance Enlightenment!

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