Introduction to Electronic Control Troubleshooting

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If you don’t know how to troubleshoot electronics you’re job is in jeopardy. Heating and cooling equipment with integrated electronics is here to stay; it wasn’t a fad, it’s not limited to “high-end” equipment, and it’s not going away. You have two choices:

  1. Stick your head in the sand and pretend you don’t need to know this stuff.
  2. Accept reality, and learn how to work on them.

(A) Guarantees you will either be delegated “Filter-Guy” or lose your job. (B) Makes you more valuable to your employer, increases you pay, and secures your job (Unless you hit on the boss’s wife at the company picnic, then you better polish up your resume).

If you chose B, we can help. (not with the picnic thing though…)

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Patrick is Zen HVAC’s diagnostic and training guy.

Patrick started in the trade the day he left technical school and never looked back.

He’s served in various technical and training roles in the HVAC industry but specializes in system troubleshooting and diagnostics, retro commissioning, and technical training.

His moto: If I can understand it, anybody can.

Patrick uses the Zen common sense approach to teach

Patrick’s Likes- His Wife, kids and dog. Old pickup trucks. Hiking. The industrial Revolution.

Patrick’s Dislikes- Taking work too seriously. Anything unintuitive. Emoticons :(

Patrick’s Favorite famous person- Theodore Roosevelt “I am only an average man, But I work harder at it than the average man”

Famous Patrick Quote- “Well, that was stupid of me”

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