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    Who: All tech members at Appliantology: Professional Appliantologists, Senior Appliantology Fellows, Legacy Techs, and Master Samurai Tech Alumni at Appliantology and all students enrolled at the Master Samurai Tech Academy. What: We’re going to talk about some basic electric circuit topics and troubleshooting techniques that many techs are a little shaky on: Voltage vs. voltage drop- commonly misunderstood and misused but understanding the distinction is crucial for accurately troubleshooting AC circuits. Most of the time, we’re troubleshooting circuits composed of loads a
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    Who: All tech members at Appliantology: Professional Appliantologists, Senior Appliantology Fellows, Legacy Techs, and Master Samurai Tech Alumni at Appliantology and all students enrolled at the Master Samurai Tech Academy. What: Many techs have trouble interpreting a schematic diagram and understanding how to use it for troubleshooting. In this webinar, we'll use as case studies a Samsung electric dryer and a GE electric oven with 6 elements and 8 relays. If time permits, we'll review AC voltage difference and how L1 and L2 work together to create a 240 VAC voltage DIFFERENCE (key word
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    Who: All tech members at Appliantology: Professional Appliantologists, Senior Appliantology Fellows, Legacy Techs, and Master Samurai Tech Alumni at Appliantology What: Being able to analyze a schematic and see how a circuit is supposed to function is real work that all goes on inside our heads when we're troubleshooting an electrical problem. Even though customers don't see anything happening when we do this, schematic analysis is the indispensable, high skill part of our job as techs. In this workshop, we're going to use the timing chart and schematic on the tech sheet to troubleshoot a
  4. Hay all, I have a burnt resistor on the motor control board on a Maytag 2000 series washer, it's blown right out so I can't see the numbers . R11. Looking for the wiring diagram so I can get the correct replacement resistor. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks all
  5. 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 mos
  6. File Name: Miele T1500 Wiring Diagrams File Submitter: kdog File Submitted: 08 Dec 2012 File Category: Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper Wiring Diagrams for Miele T1500 series Dryers Technical Info in download titled manual Click here to download this file
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