6 modules and 20 units Est. time to complete: 25 - 30 hours
Module 1: Advanced Schematic Analysis and Troubleshooting Orientation1 UnitGet oriented in our online courseware and learn to get the most out of your advanced troubleshooting course.
Module 2: Fundamental Troubleshooting Techniques2 UnitsMaster our service call structures and troubleshooting strategies for effective, repeatable results on every call.
Module 3: Using Timing Charts and Schematics to Troubleshoot Appliances4 UnitsMaster our service call structures and troubleshooting strategies for effective, repeatable results on every call.
Module 4: Using Ohm’s Law as a Powerful Troubleshooting Tool1 UnitLearn to use Ohm’s Law to see how a circuit should work and where it’s failing for Samurai-level repairs.
Module 5: Troubleshooting Open Neutral Problems3 UnitsSpot tricky open neutral problems before they fool you, and master the steps to isolate and repair them.
Module 6: Troubleshooting Appliances with Electronic Control Boards9 UnitsStudy the cutting-edge techniques needed to repair the computer-controlled appliances of today and tomorrow.
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Our other courses give you the tools to handle most repair jobs. Advanced Troubleshooting gives you the skills to handle all jobs well into the future, skills that very few other repairmen have. Master the cutting-edge troubleshooting techniques needed to repair the computer-controlled appliances of today and tomorrow and set yourself apart.
The course also includes additional practice using manufacturer tech sheets to troubleshoot real-world appliances, further enhancing your competence and confidence. For example, in appliances with multiple control boards, you need to understand how to troubleshoot the microprocessor (main) board AND troubleshoot its communications with various sub-boards. Is it complicated? Yes. But that’s why technicians with these skills are at the top of our industry.