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Samurai Appliance Repair Man posted a blog entry in Samurai Appliance Repair Man's BlogMany techs have trouble interpreting a schematic diagram and understanding how to use it for troubleshooting. In this webinar, held on March 29, 2019, we used a Samsung electric dryer and a GE double oven as case studies to review electric circuit principles and troubleshooting. Some of the topics we talked about: Neutral sensing in Samsung dryers: what that means, what it does, and how it affects troubleshooting Series and parallel circuits and how to identify them on a real-world schematic Voltage in a circuit as a DIFFERENCE in voltage between two points How it can be useful to use a reference other than Neutral for your voltage measurements when troubleshooting; Line can be a reference, too! Properly interpreting your meter reading based on your reference Using the Ten Step Tango to troubleshoot Developing troubleshooting strategies to do all your troubleshooting from the main control board Unique features in Samsung dryers to be aware of when troubleshooting a no-heat complaint. If you couldn't make it, premium tech members at Appliantology can watch the webinar recording here and current Master Samurai Tech students can watch it here. Not an Appliantology tech member? Click here Not a Master Samurai Tech Academy student? Click here
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Hello, I am new to electronics but I do fix appliances to earn $$ on the side which is why I'd like to take this up to the next level. I come across customers who need their PCB or PCBs repaired. I've been successful with some (simple stuff like capacitors, resistors, etc) but I have no way of testing them other than to re install back into appliance (refridge, dryer, washer, etc...). Can I purchase a good eprom programmer that does MCUs and CPLDs, find good ones, upload them into the programmer and fix any future bad one I come across? Also, how do I test the IC? Buy an actual IC tester? If so, which one is relatively cheap ($1k or less) that will do the job? Thanks in advance for everyone's help!!!!!
Samsung Refrigerator Training and Support Bundle - Basic Technical Info for all Models - With Service Bulletins
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New Appliance Service Manual added: Samsung Refrigerator Training and Support Bundle - Basic Technical Info for all Models - With Service Bulletins
Samurai Appliance Repair Man posted a topic in Appliance Service Manual Requests ForumFile Name: Samsung Refrigerator Training and Support Bundle - Basic Technical Info for all Models - With Service Bulletins File Submitter: Samurai Appliance Repair Man File Submitted: 02 Jan 2014 File Category: Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper Samsung Refrigerator Training and Support Bundle - Basic Technical Info for all Models - With Service Bulletins Click here to download this file