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Appliance Repair 101


This course is designed to present a working foundation of the six standard household appliances; Dryers, Washing Machines, Refrigerators, Dishwashers, Microwaves and Ranges.  Additionally students will gain an understanding of both electrical schematics and wiring diagrams and how to utilize them in troubleshooting equipment.

Advanced Appliance Repair


This  will be a 3 week, hands-on course that will provide the technician with advanced troubleshooting skills to effectively repair any of today's modern appliances.  Upon completion of this course, students will be thoroughly prepared to achieve their certification by  taking the nationally recognized NASTeC (National Appliance Service Technician Certification) exam. 

Course Objectives:
1)   Demonstrate the proper use of electrical test equipment to measure the following:
   •     AC & DC voltage
   •     AC & DC current
   •     Resistance
   •     Insulation resistance to ground
   •    Open, shorted and grounded circuits


2)  Identify the difference between wiring diagrams and electrical schematics


3)  Identify symbols on wiring diagrams and electrical schematics


4)  Identify common electrical / electronic components


5)   State the principles of operation for the following appliances:


• Dryer                       • Dishwasher
• Washing Machine     • Microwave
• Refrigerator              • Range


6)   Troubleshoot 3 out of the 6 appliances below:


• Dryer                       • Dishwasher
• Washing Machine     • Microwave
• Refrigerator              • Range

Appliance Technician Training