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What: Old-skool dryers have been tripping up a lot of new-skool techs lately. What gives?
In this live workshop, we'll show you why the circuits in appliances without computer control boards can create head fakes that make you look like a noob to your customers.
If you can't fix their "simple" dryer, will they trust you to work on their $2000 refrigerator?
But it's not just about dryers.
As we work through four case studies, we'll get a better understanding of AC circuits, "loads in series" configurations, and why smart techs prefer live tests over ohms tests.
And the learning won't stop there. Understanding old-skool circuits will actually help your troubleshooting when working on modern appliances.
Who: This workshop is open to all of our Appliantology tech members: Professional Appliantologists, Senior Appliantology Fellows, Master Samurai Tech Alumni, Master Samurai Tech Students, and Legacy Techs.
When: Thursday, December 19th @7:00 PM Eastern Time.
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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.