Schematic diagrams are the go-to technical document when troubleshooting any appliance. Every professional technician should be fluent in reading schematics and using them to troubleshoot. But the reality is that most techs don't use schematics, either because they can't read them or they don't understand how to apply them to the actual appliance they're working on. The fact is that unless you're using the schematic to formulate your troubleshooting strategy, you're probably expending a lot more time and effort than you need to and you're also incurring extra liability from having to move an appliance when you might not need to. This video illustrates a simple example of using a schematic to troubleshoot a weird problem with a dryer without having to move it from its installed location. You can do this, too! Learn how at http://MasterSamuraiTech.com
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