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  1. In this video, I use an old skool Whirlpool electric dryer to demonstrate electric circuit troubleshooting and analysis techniques. This is the ancient art of Circuit Fu. Although this is a simple circuit by today's standards, the principles and techniques can be used on any circuit because electricity works the same way. When you know basic electricity and circuits, you can decipher these diagrams and become a troubleshooting master... Learn Circuit Fu and how to kick appliance butt at the Master Samurai Tech Academy. The training is distilled down to the fundamental essentials that every appliance tech should know (but, alas, many do not). The training covers the classic skills, like those shown above, yet is up to to date with the current technologies used in modern appliances. Our training is affordable for anyone, self paced, on demand, and comprehensive. Enroll at the Master Samurai Tech Academy and start learning today: http://MasterSamuraiTech.com
  2. Samurai Appliance Repair Man

    Circuit Fu

    From the album: Master Samurai Tech

    Learn how to troubleshoot like a real tech at http://mastersamuraitech.com
  3. Samurai Appliance Repair Man

    Circuit Fu - The Ancient Lost Art of Appliance Repair

    From the album: Master Samurai Tech

    Learn how to troubleshoot like a real technician at Master Samurai Tech.
  4. Whoo-WEE, things sure have changed in the 20 short years I’ve been doing appliance repair! The appliances themselves have changed from discrete mechanically-controlled machines to computers that do appliance functions. But the level of skill among technicians has changed, too. Somewhere along the way, essential skills like a working knowledge of basic electric circuits and using schematics to develop troubleshooting strategies have gotten scarce. In other words, there’s a critical shortage of Circuit Fu among appliance techs today. The appliance repair trade is probably worse off than most of the other skilled trades because the apprenticeship programs are practically non-existent, there are not many cost-effective training venues left today, and appliances have become increasingly more complex and computer-controlled. So you’re left with a double-whammy: the technical skills have gone down at precisely the time they’re needed the most as appliances have gotten more complex to troubleshoot. [Read the full article here]
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