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The display on this GE wall oven will not come on. You've already verified a valid 120/240 power supply to the wall oven. 

1. What is your Load of Interest (LOI)?

2. Which component is your prime suspect? Why? 
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Seeking new vistas in the New Year. Let the adventure begin!
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It was a cold December day when the call came in. Just a few days before Christmas. Gas oven no bake and loads of family coming to visit from out of town. The customer was desperate, hoping for a Christmas miracle. Things were looking grim when it turned out NOT to be the igniter, but the control board.
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We offer 4 different ways for professional appliance techs to participate in the Appliantology tech community. The features and benefits of each option are summarized in this table.
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“I'm looking for some input or advice for entering the appliance repair trade.”
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Everything appliance technicians need to know about triacs for appliance repair.
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If you have been certified in the Fundamentals course at the Master Samurai Tech Academy you can get full tech access to our tech support site, Appliantology.org, with no annual fee. Yes, as in FREE.
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In this workshop, we'll use an old skool Whirlpool direct drive washer as a case study to learn how to troubleshoot with the timing charts and schematic.
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“I'm still relatively new to the appliance repair business.... How long did it take you to figure out what you need to keep on hand in order for more first call completions?”

 
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You arrive at the customer’s home at the appointed time and no one home. Do you wait? For how long? Do you charge extra?
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“Of course appliantology.org is the best compared to the rest in terms of information and education offered to help repair appliances.  I know that PSA offers testing for a master tech certification.  However I think when you get your MST certification that carries more weight then a Master Technician certification from PSA.”
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Good discussion among professional techs on the bidness and technical aspects of doing sealed system work.
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At the end of each and every month, the member with the highest Kendo point score (the “Ichiban Kendo Master”) wins a $100 Amazon gift certificate! It's that simple. No gimmicks.Check it out...
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The Samurai gave a live walkthrough on how to effectively use Appliantology as an appliance tech information tool: getting familiar with the site layout and content, how to search for service manuals, how to start new topics, and much, much more! BONUS: a quick run through of the Master Samurai Tech Academy.

 

 
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