Posts tagged with: appliance training

By Paul Mac Donald The 2016 Regional Training Institute and the Institute of Service Management (ISM) take to the road this August through November and delivering training at regional levels. These are very exciting times to be involved in the...
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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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By Daniel Beaule, Service 2000 Appliance “Fool me once, shame on you, fool me twice..”. The bottleneck is always at the top of the bottle. You the owner is the reason why you don’t have time. For this reason, you...
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By Paul Mac Donald, USA Executive Director In February, the United Servicers Association hosted the 23rd Annual Service Training Institute, also known as ASTI. The event is an opportunity every year to bring together some of the most experienced individuals...
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By Paul Mac Donald As I wrote last month, the best way to facilitate first call completes is to pre-diagnose every service call before rolling a truck. But the second biggest contributing factor is also worth investigating. It’s all about...
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Takes to the road this coming September, October and November. These are very exciting times to be involved in the appliance service industry. Technology is changing at a rapid pace and is opening up a wide variety of opportunities. The...
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by Samurai Appliance Repair Man, www.Appliantology.org The dreaded “serial communications error” in Whirlpool-built front-load washers appears as various codes, depending on the particular model. On the Old-Skool Duet washers, the most common communications error code was F-11: communications error between...
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