Deciding on Taking an Appliance Repair Class

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Appliance repair classes are a great option for people who want to make money working with their hands.

Appliance repair classes are a great option for people who want to make money working with their hands.

People that love working with their hands often earn a repair certification certificate by taking appliance repair classes.

While some people may be able to immediately pass their exam, most will need to take a class to teach them the basics. Understanding the appliance repair certification process can help you decide if classes are necessary.

 

Taking Classes

Failing your practice test isn’t the end of the world: it just means you need to take some appliance repair courses. These classes will teach you everything you need to know about appliance repair, such as:

  • Necessary Tools
  • Types of Repairs
  • Repair Safety
  • Mechanics of Each Appliance

Once you’re finished with these classes, you still have to pass the repair certification exam, a procedure that will test the limits of your abilities.

Appliance Service Fundamentals Exam

Passing the appliance service fundamentals exam will give you the certification you need to start your new job. During this test, you’ll need to understand the theory and operation behind appliances as diverse as:

  • Stoves
  • Microwaves
  • Dishwashers
  • Refrigerators

Although you can take this test as many times as you like until you pass, it costs $125 per test, which can be an expensive investment.

However, if you’re ready to earn a little extra cash by becoming an appliance repair technician, contact us today. We’ll teach you the kind of “must-know” information that’s required for success.