Most folks are familiar with the sustainability mantra “Reduce, reuse, recycle.” We’d like to add one more “R” word to that concise philosophy: Repair.
In almost all situations, it makes more sense to repair and reuse an appliance than to throw it away. Someone who knows how to repair refrigerators, washing machines, dishwashers, and microwave ovens can provide a ‘green’ service that is necessary in every community in America. That eco-friendly repair person could be you, if you attend and pass a three-week repair course at Fred’s Appliance Repair School.
The average class size is around 18 students. Men and women who complete the three-week course at Fred’s Appliance Academy come away with a thorough working knowledge that includes:
- Electrical and Plumbing Requirements of Washers, Ranges, and Refrigerators
- Refrigerator Defrost Systems and Ice Makers
- Infinite Switches and Electronic Oven and Range Controls
- Pumps, Dispensers, and Dishwasher Controls
- Electronic and Manual Timers
- Diagnosis and Repair of Sealed Systems
- Basic Microwave Theory
At the time of this writing, Fred’s Appliance School only offers classes at 1949 Hubbard Road (State Route 528) in Madison, Ohio. We understand that appliance repair technicians are needed everywhere, so we are pleased to provide affordable accommodation for academy students who come from out of town to learn appliance repair. Fred’s Flats at 1875 Hubbard Road is an easy three-minute walk from the academy.
If you think appliance repair is something you’d like to know more about, please peruse the pdf version of our course brochure here. When you’re ready to enroll, contact us by email or give Fred’s Appliance Academy a call at 1.888.45.FREDS