Oven and Range Repair Training Course

With this specialized expertise in your toolkit, you'll confidently burn through any oven and range problem. And happy customers = more money. See course syllabus.

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Training 2 or more techs?

Train new techs and bring older techs up-to-speed on modern appliance technology and troubleshooting.

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Who the course is for
Current techs
# of modules and units
12 modules, 87 units
Estimated time to complete
25 - 35 hours
Length of access
1 year
Cost of continued enrollment
$5 / month

What You'll Learn

  • Specialized troubleshooting and repair of common range / oven problems
  • Basic and advanced cooking appliance technology: both classic and modern electronic control schemes, gas and electric

The course also includes 7 detailed troubleshooting case studies where you will apply our proprietary troubleshooting technique to repair the following types of real-world cooking appliances:

  • Gas burner spark ignition systems
  • Gas flame detection and burner re-ignition systems
  • Gas oven hot surface ignition systems
  • Direct spark ignition (DSI) systems
 
 

Sizzlin' Hot Skills that Impress

Apart from the refrigerator, no appliance is more disruptive to your customers’ daily routines when broken-down than cooking appliances. Most customer hurry to get them fixed and will pay a premium if you get ’em fixed in time for dinner. They certainly have no patience for another night of takeout because of a bumbling tech.

This course builds on your knowledge of the Fundamentals with in-depth presentations on the technologies and common problems you’ll encounter in these appliances, both old-school and modern. With this specialized troubleshooting expertise in your toolkit, you’ll confidently burn through any oven and range problem, which makes for a lot of happy customers.

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Prerequisite

For an optimal learning experience in this course, you should have some background in electricity, reading schematics, troubleshooting, and motors. For this reason, we recommend that all students start their training with Fundamentals of Appliance Repair, which is popular among veterans of the trade as well as novices. Not sure? Take the quiz!

Certification

Pass quizzes and course exams to earn your Appliance Repair Certification in Oven and Range Repair. Earn the confidence of both employers and customers in your skills as a master oven and range repairmen.

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Course Syllabus


Module 1 Orientation: Oven and Range Repair
Orientation
Unit 1 Oven and Range Repair Orientation
Module 2 Groundwork
Groundwork
Unit 1 Appliantology - Tech Documents and More
Unit 2 Basic Electricity and Circuits Refresher
Unit 3 Electrical Measurements Refresher
Unit 4 Conductor Ampacity
Unit 5 Review of 120/240 VAC Single Phase Household Power
Unit 6 GFCI and AFCI Circuit Protection Devices
Unit 7 Brief Overview of Gas Fuel Basics
Unit 8 Groundwork Module Exam
Module 3 Technology Used in Cooking Appliances
Technology Used in Cooking Appliances
Unit 1 Electromechanical and Solid-State Relays
Unit 2 Capacitive Touchpanels
Unit 3 Door Lock Motor Assemblies
Unit 4 RTD Oven Temperature Sensors
Unit 5 Electronic Oven Controls
Unit 6 Electric Cooktop Infinite Switches
Unit 7 Radiant and Induction Cooktops
Unit 8 Gas Surface Burners
Unit 9 Gas Oven Burners
Unit 10 Troubleshooting Oven Temperature Calibration Problems
Unit 11 Technology Used in Cooking Appliances Module Exam
Module 4 Microwave Ovens
Microwave Ovens
Unit 1 Basic Microwave Oven Principles
Unit 2 Microwave Oven Troubleshooting Crash Course
Module 5 Case Study 1: Dual Fuel Range - Electric Oven No Heat
Case Study 1
Unit 1 Case Study 1: Problem Statement
Unit 2 CS1: Schematic Review and Initial Findings
Unit 3 CS1: Load of Interest
Unit 4 CS1: LOI Circuit Analysis
Unit 5 CS1: Troubleshooting Hypothesis
Unit 6 CS1: Select Electrical Measurements and Specifications
Unit 7 CS1: EEPs for Electrical Measurements
Unit 8 CS1: Make Electrical Measurements
Unit 9 CS1: Compare Measurement Results to Specifications
Unit 10 CS1: Case Study Wrap-up
Module 6 Case Study 2: Double Wall Oven - Long Preheat
Case Study 2
Unit 1 Case Study 2: Problem Statement
Unit 2 CS2: Schematic Review and Initial Findings
Unit 3 CS2: Load of Interest
Unit 4 CS2: LOI Circuit Analysis
Unit 5 CS2: Troubleshooting Hypothesis
Unit 6 CS2: Select Electrical Measurements and Specifications
Unit 7 CS2: EEPs for Electrical Measurements
Unit 8 CS2: Make Electrical Measurements
Unit 9 CS2: Compare Measurement Results to Specifications
Unit 10 CS2: Case Study Wrap-up
Module 7 Case Study 3: Dual Fuel Range - Gas Surface Burner Continuous Sparking
Case Study 3
Unit 1 Case Study 3: Problem Statement
Unit 2 CS3: Schematic Review and Initial Findings
Unit 3 CS3: Load of Interest
Unit 4 CS3: LOI Circuit Analysis
Unit 5 CS3: Troubleshooting Hypothesis
Unit 6 CS3: Select Electrical Measurements & EEPs
Unit 7 CS3: Make "Electrical" Measurements & Compare with Specs
Unit 8 CS3: Case Study Wrap-up
Module 8 Case Study 4: Dual Fuel Range - Gas Surface Burner No Ignition
Case Study 4
Unit 1 Case Study 4: Problem Statement
Unit 2 CS4: Schematic Review and Initial Findings
Unit 3 CS4: Load of Interest
Unit 4 CS4: LOI Circuit Analysis
Unit 5 CS4: Troubleshooting Hypothesis
Unit 6 CS4: Select Electrical Measurements & EEPs
Unit 7 CS4: Make "Electrical" Measurements & Compare with Specs
Unit 8 CS4: Case Study Wrap-up
Module 9 Case Study 5: Gas Range - Bake Burner No Ignition
Case Study 5
Unit 1 Case Study 5: Problem Statement
Unit 2 CS5: Schematic Review and Initial Findings
Unit 3 CS5: Load of Interest
Unit 4 CS5: LOI Circuit Analysis
Unit 5 CS5: Troubleshooting Hypothesis
Unit 6 CS5: Select Electrical Measurements and Specifications
Unit 7 CS5: EEPs for Electrical Measurements
Unit 8 CS5: Make Electrical Measurements
Unit 9 CS5: Compare Measurement Results to Specifications
Unit 10 CS5: Case Study Wrap-up
Module 10 Case Study 6: Gas Range - Low/Erratic Oven Temperature
Case Study 6
Unit 1 Case Study 6: Problem Statement
Unit 2 CS6: Schematic Review and Initial Findings
Unit 3 CS6: Load of Interest
Unit 4 CS6: LOI Circuit Analysis
Unit 5 CS6: Troubleshooting Hypothesis
Unit 6 CS6: Select Electrical Measurements and Specifications
Unit 7 CS6: EEPs for Electrical Measurements
Unit 8 CS6: Make Electrical Measurements
Unit 9 CS6: Compare Measurement Results to Specifications
Unit 10 CS6: Case Study Wrap-up
Module 11 Case Study 7: Electric Cooktop - Hot Surface Indicator Light Stays On
Case Study 7
Unit 1 Case Study 7: Problem Statement
Unit 2 CS7: Schematic Review and Initial Findings
Unit 3 CS7: Load of Interest
Unit 4 CS7: LOI Circuit Analysis
Unit 5 CS7: Troubleshooting Hypothesis
Unit 6 CS7: Select Measurements and Specifications
Unit 7 CS7: Make Measurements and Compare to Specifications
Unit 8 CS7: Case Study Wrap-Up
Module 12 Conclusion
Course conclusion
Unit 1 Oven and Range Repair Final Exam
Unit 2 Oven and Range Repair Course Wrap-up

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Very informative content.

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I liked the Case Study format of this study as it really made me think and look at the schematics.

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Very good lots of relevant information. A variety of examples seen in the field. Very practical. Definately is helping me in my troubleshooting.

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the case studies are great, make you think! great knowledge and will be useful in troubleshooting.

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Good job

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Very good material.

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This course is thorough and very helpful, giving me the confidence required to get my hands on these systems in the real world.

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very helpful
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