Refrigerator

Refrigerator Repair Training Course

 

What you’ll learn

  • Identify the four keep components in any refrigeration system
  • Understand how the four key components work and interact with each other
  • Understand the refrigeration cycle and how it transports heat energy from one place to another
  • Introduction to the temperature / pressure relationship chart
  • Learn about specific diagnostic equipment you will need to perform refrigeration service work
  • Introduction to Superheat (SH) and Subcooling (SC) measurements
  • Learn how to use Superheat (SH) and Subcooling (SC) measurements to diagnose any refrigeration system
 

Refrigerator Repair Training Course: 

Master the Art of Refrigerator Maintenance and Repair

Are you tired of calling a technician every time your refrigerator acts up? Take control of your appliance maintenance with the “Refrigerator Repair Training Course.” 

This comprehensive guide is designed to equip you with the knowledge and skills needed to diagnose and repair common refrigerator issues.

Whether you’re a homeowner looking to save money on repairs or an aspiring technician seeking to enter the appliance repair industry, this course is for you.

From basic maintenance tips to advanced troubleshooting techniques, this course covers everything you need to know to keep your refrigerator running smoothly.

Inside, you’ll learn:

The fundamentals of refrigeration and how your refrigerator works
How to identify and diagnose common refrigerator problems
Step-by-step repair instructions for issues like a faulty compressor, defrost problems, and more
Safety tips for working with refrigeration systems

How to extend the lifespan of your refrigerator through proper maintenance
With easy-to-follow instructions and detailed illustrations, the “Refrigerator Repair Training Course” makes learning refrigerator repair accessible and enjoyable. 

Say goodbye to expensive repair bills and hello to a well-maintained refrigerator that lasts for years to come.

 

Don’t wait until your refrigerator breaks down – enroll in the “Refrigerator Repair Training Course” today and become the go-to expert for refrigerator maintenance and repair in your household or community.

 

Course Contents

 

Chapter 1

Refrigeration System Basics

1-1 Heat Flow and Air Flow

1-2 Defrost System 1-3 Temperature Control

1-4 Where Does the Heat Go?

Chapter 2

Special Types of Refrigerators

2-1 Hot Gas Defrost

2-2 Non Self-Defrosters

2-3 Chill-Type Refrigerators

2-4 Gas Refrigerators (Ammonia Systems)

Chapter 3 Diagnosis and Repair Basics

3-1(a) “Green” Plugs

3-1(b) Before You Start

3-2. Tools

3-3. How to Use a VOMand Ammeter

3-3(a). Testing Voltage

3-3(b). Testing for Continuity and Resistance

3-3(c). Ammeters

3-4. Basic Repair and Safety Precautions

Chapter 4

Compressor Is Running but Refrigerator Is Not Cold

4-1. Controls

4-2. Condenser and Condenser Fan

4-3. Evaporator Fan

4-4. Frost Problems

4-5. Defrost System 4-5(a). Defrost Timers and Adaptive Defrost Control

4-5(b). Defrost Heater

4-5(c). Terminating Thermostat

4-5(d). Defrost System Diagnosis and Repair

4-5(e). Diagnosis: Defrost Heater and Terminating Thermostat

4-6. Whirlpool/Kenmore Flex-Tray Icemaker Defrost System

4-7. Hot Gas Defrost Problems

4-8. Uneven Frost Patterns, or No Frost at All

4-9. Cold Control

Chapter 5

Refrigerator Is Not Cold and Compressor Is Not Running

5-1. Power

5-2. Controls

5-3. Diagnosis and Repair

5-3(a). Defrost Timer or ADC Board

5-3(b). Testing the Compressor for Power

5-3(c). Cold Control

5-3(d). Wiring and Electrica

l 5-3(e). Compressor Starting / Electrical Components

Chapter 6

Ice or Water Buildup

6-1. Defrost Drain System

6-2. Diagnosis and Repair

6-3. Drain Pan Heaters

Chapter 7

Unusual Complaints and Stories from the Trenches

7-1. Kid Capers

7-2. The Hole-in-the-Wall Gang

7-3. Door Seals and Alignment

7-4. Moving Day

7-5. A Shocking Experience (Mullion Heaters)

7-6. Mice Capades

7-7. Icemakers and In-Door Water Dispensers

7-8. See the Light

7-9. Bad Odors

7-10. Fix the Little Stuff

7-11 Strange Noises

7-12. Fire in the Fridge!!!

Chapter 8 Domestic Icemakers

8-1 Icemaker Types/

8-1(a) Icemaker Operation

8-2 Diagnosing Problems

8-2(a) Slabbing

8-2(b) Shelling

8-2(c) Blocked (Frozen) Fill Tube

8-3 Water Source

8-3(a) Filtration & Purification

8-3(b) Fill Solenoid Valve

8-3(c) Testing and Adjusting Fill Volume

8-4 Slow or No Ice Production

8-4(a) Freezer Temperature

8-4(b) Power Supply

8-4(c) Water Supply

8-5 Crescent Cube Icemakers

8-5(a) Modular Crescent Cube Design

8-5(b) Compact Crescent Cube Design

8-5(c) Electronic Crescent Cube Design

8-6 GE “Bullet” or “Barrel” Cube Machines

8-7 Admiral-Type Flex-Tray

8-8 Whirlpool/Kenmore Flex-Tray Design

Refrigeration System Basics

1-1 Heat Flow and Air Flow

1-2 Defrost System

1-3 Temperature Control

1-4 Where Does the Heat Go?

Chapter 2

Special Types of Refrigerators

2-1 Hot Gas Defrost

2-2 Non Self-Defrosters

2-3 Chill-Type Refrigerators

2-4 Gas Refrigerators (Ammonia Systems)

Chapter 3

Diagnosis and Repair Basics

3-1(a) “Green” Plugs

3-1(b) Before You Start

3-2. Tools

3-3. How to Use a VOMand Ammeter

3-3(a). Testing Voltage

3-3(b). Testing for Continuity and Resistance

3-3(c). Ammeters

3-4. Basic Repair and Safety Precautions

Chapter 4

Compressor Is Running but Refrigerator Is Not Cold

4-1. Controls

4-2. Condenser and Condenser Fan

4-3. Evaporator Fan

4-4. Frost Problems

4-5. Defrost System

4-5(a). Defrost Timers and Adaptive Defrost Control

4-5(b). Defrost Heater

4-5(c). Terminating Thermostat

4-5(d). Defrost System Diagnosis and Repair

4-5(e). Diagnosis: Defrost Heater and Terminating Thermostat

4-6. Whirlpool/Kenmore Flex-Tray Icemaker Defrost System

4-7. Hot Gas Defrost Problems

4-8. Uneven Frost Patterns, or No Frost at All

4-9. Cold Control

Chapter 5

Refrigerator Is Not Cold and Compressor Is Not Running

5-1. Power

5-2. Controls

5-3. Diagnosis and Repair

5-3(a). Defrost Timer or ADC Board

5-3(b). Testing the Compressor for Power

5-3(c). Cold Control

5-3(d). Wiring and Electrical

5-3(e). Compressor Starting / Electrical Components

Chapter 6

Ice or Water Buildup

6-1. Defrost Drain System

6-2. Diagnosis and Repair

6-3. Drain Pan Heaters

Chapter 7

Unusual Complaints and Stories from the Trenches

7-1. Kid Capers

7-2. The Hole-in-the-Wall Gang

7-3. Door Seals and Alignment

7-4. Moving Day

7-5. A Shocking Experience (Mullion Heaters)

7-6. Mice Capades

7-7. Icemakers and In-Door Water Dispensers

7-8. See the Light

7-9. Bad Odors

7-10. Fix the Little Stuff

7-11 Strange Noises

7-12. Fire in the Fridge!!!

Chapter 8 Domestic Icemakers

8-1 Icemaker Types/

8-1(a) Icemaker Operation

8-2 Diagnosing Problems

8-2(a) Slabbing

8-2(b) Shelling

8-2(c) Blocked (Frozen) Fill Tube

8-3 Water Source

8-3(a) Filtration & Purification

8-3(b) Fill Solenoid Valve

8-3(c) Testing and Adjusting Fill Volume

8-4 Slow or No Ice Production

8-4(a) Freezer Temperature

8-4(b) Power Supply

8-4(c) Water Supply

8-5 Crescent Cube Icemakers

8-5(a) Modular Crescent Cube Design

8-5(b) Compact Crescent Cube Design

8-5(c) Electronic Crescent Cube Design

8-6 GE “Bullet” or “Barrel” Cube Machines

8-7 Admiral-Type Flex-Tray

8-8 Whirlpool/Kenmore Flex-Tray Design

 

$37.00