Introduction To Electronic Servicing
With countless new electronic products or equipment reaching the market, there is a large demand for electronic repair technicians
and engineers. As a result, you may be interested in moving into the electronics repair field. The electronic servicing field is considered
a prestigious job. If you are really good in your work, there is almost no competition and you can acquire skills that allow you to earn
enough money. Servicing is an ideal combination of your intelligence, efficiency and easy mechanical work. By gaining more experiences the
efficiency and skills automatically becomes instinctive.
Many electronic equipment servicing operations are simpler than you may think. You will be surprised to learn that most servicing
problems have simple causes – worn cables, dirty connectors, a loose screw in the works, and so on. Almost any end-user can check for this
kind of problem. However, there may be other problems caused by component failure. You may give up and say “I’m not an expert in
electronics”. You may be surprised to learn that many “troubleshooting” jobs do not require much detailed knowledge of electronics. Even in
a “professional” troubleshooting operation, the technician or engineer may not have a detailed knowledge of the circuitry. Electronic
servicing is not mysterious or difficult; it only requires your patience and some basic knowledge in electronics.
If you are thinking of becoming an electronics repair technician or engineer, you need proper qualifications. Get at least a
certificate in basic electronics or its equivalent through electronic courses. You can go far beyond this by continuing up to a diploma
level. As you progress, you will discover your weakness. It’s then up to you to find out more by attending professional courses or reading
up related books. Of course, the higher the level you desire, the better. Electronic equipment breaks down every second and we will need
good technicians and engineers to ensure a good repairing job is done. So, if you are thinking of joining us – go for it!!!