Kitchen & Laundry Appliance Repair Class

Sponsored by HD Supply
Session I: Kitchen
Session II: Laundry

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Thursday, July 11th, 2019
9:00 AM - 3:30 PM (EDT)
Saint Leo University - Ocala Center (Room 7)
1930 Southwest 38th Avenue
Ocala, FL 34474-4903
United States

Event Details

Instructor: Randy Woolery

Session I: Kitchen Appliance Repair


This 3-hour class is an introduction and overview of the appliances found in a typical residential kitchen: refrigerator, range (gas or electric), dishwasher, and garbage disposer. The course will review the mechanical and electrical components, operations, cycles, functions, and general troubleshooting of each of the listed appliances. Typical design and installation principles, and a review of how to read wiring diagrams will be a focus of this class.

Topics covered in this class will include:

  • Electrical safety and Lock-out / Tag-out
  • Push-in type Range / Oven appliance (gas or electric)
  • The built-in Dishwasher – plumbing and installation
  • Sink installed garbage disposer – plumbing and replacement
  • Operating cycles – all appliances
  • Common repairs – all appliances
  • Reading a typical wiring diagram
  • Preventative maintenance – all appliances
  • Troubleshooting – tools / process / techniques

 

Session II: Laundry Appliance Repair


This 3-hour class is an introduction and overview of the operation, maintenance and repair of typical residential grade laundry appliances including: Cloths washing machines and gas and electric clothes dryers. The course is designed to identify major serviceable components and maintenance procedures used to install, operate, troubleshoot, repair, and clean typical residential grade Laundry room equipment. This overview class will help you read wire diagrams and use the Multi-Meter to test parts and trouble-shoot faulty components.

Topics covered in this class will include:

  • Safety when making repairs
  • Overview of gas and electric Dryer operation, heating elements, and temp controls
  • Overview of Washing machine operation, cycles, and plumbing
  • Overview of “Coin Op.” installation, operation, and repair
  • Appliance wire diagrams and how to read them
  • Trouble-shooting common work orders and complaints for each appliance type
  • Common repairs for each appliance type
  • Testing electrical components with a Multi-Meter
  • Preventative maintenance

 

Agenda

July 11
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Kitchen Appliance Repair
12:30 PM - 3:30 PM Laundry Appliance Repair

For More Information:

Robert  Carroll (Member)
Robert Carroll (Member)
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