This course is devoted solely to the subject of electrical troubleshooting. It covers basic procedures commonly used in servicing the electrical systems of residential and light commercial HVACR equipment. This course provides the entrylevel service technician with a valuable set of recommended field-proven methods for performing the most frequently needed troubleshooting tasks. The experienced technician also will find the information useful as a ready source of reference, especially when considering alternative service procedures.
Lesson 1 Getting Started
Lesson 2 Reading Schematics
Lesson 3 Split Systems (Part 1)
Lesson 4 Split Systems (Part 2)
Lesson 5 Gas Furnaces (Part 1)
Lesson 6 Gas Furnaces (Part 2)
Lesson 7 Oil Furnaces
Lesson 8 Electric Furnaces
Lesson 9 Air-to-Air Heat Pumps
Lesson 10 Water-Source Heat Pumps
Lesson 11 Electronic Air Cleaners
Lesson 12 Humidifiers
Lesson 13 Electrical Troubleshooting Reference Guide
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