Get access to the the educational book
on repair of home appliances

Training young generations of technicians in repairing home appliances across the EU

Built for professionals

Covers more than 20 product groups

Freely accessible on web and mobile

Repairing household appliances is a very creative activity.
It requires a trained professional with knowledge of multiple fields.

Work performed by home appliance repairmen is a complex job. Knowledge in the fields of electrical engineering, electronics, mechanics, computer science, carpentry, psychology and customer service are required in order to troubleshoot the problem and carry out effective repairs.

Originally written by Madarász Tamás, this manual is meant to enhance the practice-based knowledge of participants in home appliance technical trainings. It covers both large and small domestic appliances and is freely accessible to manufacturers and repair professionals.

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