Posts tagged with: appliance repair

By Samurai Appliance Repair Man, www.Appliantology.org In this month’s appliance repair thriller, the Samurai fixed a Frigidaire gas range by replacing the bake igniter, only to find there was another problem: the gas valve wasn’t closing all the way, allowing...
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By Samurai Appliance Repair Man, www.Appliantology.org We all know that loose electrical connections cause multiple problems in appliances, heat being the most common one. But why does this happen? And what are the other negative effects on the circuitry and...
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By Paul Mac Donald, USA Executive Director It’s a critical question in most industries today: how do you find skilled and well-trained employees? The unemployment rate continues to fall as the demand for talented individuals rises. In the appliance repair...
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Below is an excerpt from an attendee review at the recent RSTI in Chicago, IL Attendee: Jim Carlisle, JC Appliance, Arlington Heights, IL I’m at the second day of the Chicago RSTI meeting and the surprise of the day is...
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By Samurai Appliance Repair Man, www.Appliantology.org Announcing the MST Radio podcast: Team Samurai’s latest offering to the appliance tech community, hosted by Samurai Appliance Repair Man and Mrs. Samurai. We produce an episode a week talking shop about topics that...
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By www.vet2tech.org In the months of July and August, Vet2Tech helped 73 veterans connect with field service technician opportunities nationwide. While Vet2Tech has helped 284 veterans thus far in 2015, the momentum continues to build month-by-month and they need your...
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By Samurai Appliance Repair Man, www.Appliantology.org Do you know the difference between a loading meter and a non-loading digital multimeter (DMM)? Both are critical troubleshooting tools for appliance repair troubleshooting and both belong in your tool bag. In this post,...
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By Paul Mac Donald, USA Executive Director At the United Servicers Association, we’re excited to tell you about the service training programs we have assembled for our 2015 fall training: the Regional Service Training Institute (RSTI) and the Institute of...
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Posted on www.servicematters.com The following was posted on the www.servicematters.com website:   Dear Valued Service Provider In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) and Health Canada, Whirlpool Corporation is voluntarily recalling about 41,000 Jenn-Air brand wall oven...
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By Samurai Appliance Repair Man, www.Appliantology.org Earlier this summer, the Long Island, NY chapter of the United Servicers Association asked me to do live webinar training for their monthly meeting. It was a great evening packed with critical, foundational tech...
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