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Webinar Recordings Index Page 10/03/2017
Having laid some theoretical groundwork in the last webinar, we're going to focus on practical considerations in this one. That means quick n’ dirty techniques for diagnosing sealed system problem using strategically chosen and skillfully interpreted temperature measurements. Review homework from the first session on 10-2-2017. Home refrigerator practical design and operating rules-of-thumb useful for troubleshooting Practical application exercises Troubleshooting scenario exercise Techniques for making system temperature measurements for determining superheat and subcooling Sealed system diagnosis homework assignment (to be reviewed in the next webinar in this series) If you attended the first webinar in this series, this is your payday! We’re going to apply that keen, penetrating insight you now possess into money- and time-saving shortcuts you can use to diagnose real-world refrigeration systems on service calls. See this calendar event for more details
[Webinar] Appliantology Workshop 10/22/2017Information is the name of the game in the appliance repair trade today. Appliantology is a powerful information tool for the professional appliance repair technician. But just like with any of the more capable tools in your tool bag, many of the more powerful features are hidden from you unless you "read the manual." Ugh! Who wants to do that? Well, this is one time when you don't have to! In this webinar, Team Samurai will personally walk you through the site and show you many of the useful and powerful features that even long-time users probably never knew existed.
three seperate buttons, the bottom one is for the power, There is 220 vac on this power switch, be sure to disconnect all power. Be sure all grounds are put back on. This was the reason this unit would not run, the power button will not stay fully in making both switch terminals.
The liggth on the front will Flash when power is applied to unit. Hitting start button light will go steady.
The power button cost abot 110,00 to replace and is not easy to get out. Little hole and you have to depress two tabs be careful