Learning to Repair Dishwasher-Tutorial

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Domestic Dishwasher Repair Appliance University Tutorial

In this course you will learn how to properly diagnose and repair nearly any domestic dishwasher with this Appliance University video. This comprehensive video is vital to the novice and experienced technician alike, giving information on older design dishwashers and service procedures. Chapters cover water fill and heat, wash and rinse cycles, dry cycles, common problems of specific brands and repairs. This Appliance University video covers complaints ranging from a no-run condition to poor wash ability, including specific information for the most popular brands of dishwashers: Maytag, Kitchen Aid, Whirlpool, General Electric, D/M, Frigidaire, and Westinghouse. This training tutorial is for dishwasher's models manufactured from 70's - 2000 and is priced accordingly.  100's of Millions of this designed dishwashers still being used and in need of repair. Once repaired will last just as long or if in fact better that newer dishwasher which seems to have more problems because of newer electrics built into them which are causing house fires. So there is money to be made repairing these older dishwashers.   SKU #1011

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