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A Master Samurai Tech Presentation: Troubleshooting Appliances using Ohm’s Law and Schematic Analysis

Posted on March 26, 2015 by - Presentations, Tech Talk

Learn from the Samurai and become a troubleshooting master!

In this action-packed, riveting, 30-minute, recording of a live webinar, Samurai Appliance Repair Man explains:

  • Ohm's Law: what it is and how Master Samurai Techs deploy it with deadly accuracy to nuke appliance bootay
  • Understanding power and work in electric circuits
  • Applying Ohm's Law to real-world troubleshooting situations
  • Schematic analysis of real schematics using Ohm's Law and series circuit analysis
  • Understanding voltage vs. voltage drop
  • Understanding series loads
  •  

Here are a few tantalizing screenshots of the presentation...

Ohms Law 2
 
Ohms Law 1
 

Pricing:
Samurai Tech Academy Fundamentals Students: FREE!
Professional Appliantologist member at Appliantology.org: FREE! (with coupon code)
Appliance Tech Community-at-large: $10

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