How to do Electrical Troubleshooting of Electrical Motor Control Circuit

This video uses Electrical Troubleshooting Simulation software to teach you how to troubleshoot an electri…

25 thoughts on “How to do Electrical Troubleshooting of Electrical Motor Control Circuit

  1. BIN Industrial Training

    It is called the V4 electrical troubleshooting training software. See link in video description, we added one directly to software to help you.

  2. CHIBA280CRV

    I have never done this , but thought of the same thing! Check for the loose connections, ? I guess I had my car with no spark and check my connections and bingo that was it!

  3. BPwhistleblower

    Rarely is it just a “lose wire”, everyone uses that as an excuse to buy more time. Also, if you only charge 11 bucks for fixing that, you will be a starving man! Learn to charge and make some money!

  4. blabblab1212

    Throwing a sledge hammer at the electrically charged panel would have created an attractive fireworks display for no absolutely charge and would have created other interesting symptoms.

  5. kinfe keb

    Thank you……!!!!!! Develop a lot…………. and see the magic behind the curtain What is going inside the panel…., no more be mystified and got panic with electric failure and from the possible shout of “what you did on the machine” from my foreman while operating in it…..

  6. klixxie

    As a mechanical engineer with some electrical knowledge and experience, I found the logical, step by step approach shown here, very informative and educational.

  7. a2zhandi

    When ever I go into a panel, whether it be for disconnect or what ever, I made it common practice to tighten ALL connections. Since we all know they loosen over time.

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