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Refrigerator Repair Training Course


refrigerators Overall rating: ★★★★★ 5 based on 6 reviews
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Who the course is for
Current techs
# of modules and units
4 modules and 26 units
Estimated time to complete
Up to 1 month, part-time
Length of access
1 year
Cost of continued enrollment
$5 / month

What You'll Learn

  • The principles of how refrigerators operate
  • The common refrigerator problems you’ll see on the job
  • Specialized troubleshooting and repair of: single and dual evaporator refrigerators, split-phase and inverter-driven compressors
  • A systems approach to troubleshooting modern refrigerators

Add to Your Knowledge and Income

Ovens, dryers and washers are all fairly easy once you’ve mastered the Fundamentals. Refrigerators on the other hand add a whole other level of complexity. Not surprisingly, expertise with refrigerators is both the most in-demand and most profitable knowledge an appliance repair tech can have (okay, second-most after the Fundamentals).

Tackling the additional complexities of refrigerator troubleshooting and repair is the next step on the road to mastery. This course will make you a master troubleshooter of today’s computer-controlled refrigerators, and teach you the skills needed to repair the majority of repair scenarios.

Prerequisite

You must already have solid training in basic electricity, reading schematics, troubleshooting, and motors. Therefore, we strongly recommend starting your training with Fundamentals of Appliance Repair. If you’re not sure whether you need to take the prereq, take our quiz.

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Course Syllabus

Module 1Refrigerator Principles of Operation
Thermodynamics; Understanding the basic refrigeration cycle; Components of a refrigeration system.
Unit 1How to Use and Interact With the Refrigeration Troubleshooting and Repair Course
Unit 2Refrigerator Operational Overview
Unit 3Thermodynamics and Phase Change
Unit 4Properties of Refrigerants
Unit 5The Refrigeration Cycle
Unit 6Sealed System Components: Condensers and Compressors
Unit 7Refrigerator Air Distribution Systems
Unit 8Refrigerator Temperature Control Systems
Unit 9Refrigerator Defrost Systems
Unit 10Split-phase Compressors and their Start Devices
Unit 11Inverter Compressor Systems
Unit 12Dual Evaporator Refrigerators
Unit 13Refrigerator Principles of Operation Module Exam
Module 2Common Problems and Troubleshooting
Common problems with refrigerators; troubleshooting principles.
Unit 1The Systems Approach to Troubleshooting Refrigerators
Unit 2Evaporator Frost Pattern Analysis
Unit 3Troubleshooting Strategies for Warm Refrigerator Complaints
Unit 4Troubleshooting Freezing in Fresh Food Compartments
Unit 5Troubleshooting Ice, Frost, and Condensation Problems
Unit 6Troubleshooting Inverter Compressor Refrigerators
Unit 7Common Problems and Troubleshooting Module Exam
Module 3Refrigeration Bonus Lessons
This module covers the basics of ice makers, dispensers, and refrigeration sealed system repairs.
Unit 1Refrigerator Ice Maker Basics
Unit 2Refrigerator Ice and Water Dispenser Basics
Unit 3Refrigerator Sealed System Basic Skills
Unit 4Replacing the Compressor and Filter Drier
Module 4Resources for Continuing Education and Final Exam
How to keep up with the changing technology in refrigerators. Getting help with specific refrigerator problems.
Unit 1Resources for Continuing Education
Unit 2Refrigerator Course Final Exam
Unit 3Refrigerators Course Wrap-Up

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Very good Course, enjoyed the experience. The only improvement I can suggest is more information on sealed system diagnosis. Like if I run into a starved Evaporator do I have to find and fix the leak first. What methods are available to determine where the leak is. Or if the starving is caused by blocked how can one determine where the blockage is. Also maybe a list of what tools are suggested and necessary ie, I have not worked with piping before but I soldered electronics for many 30+ years, so I think a little practice and I can do it. I will look on the appliantology site for more information also. Thanks for putting together such a detailed course. Overall I give it a 5.

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5 5 1
Very informative

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5 5 1
This course was great. Really brought revelation to some gray areas of this trade. Thank You!!

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5 5 1
Great course!

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5 5 1
The “Refrigerator Repair Training Course” game me tremendous insights into refrigerators troubleshooting. I did not know there was so much to refrigerators. It built my understanding from the ground up. I learned so much in this course and my confidence is way up. I’m no longer afraid of dealing with refrigerators issues. I highly recommend this course, it was awesome. Thank you. Abe Almonte (AKA: honeybadger)

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5 5 1
You guys are great!
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