Maytag Service School Draws Attendees from Around the Globe


Maytag Service School Attendees
Maytag® Commercial Laundry's most recent service school drew technicians from as far away as Australia and Singapore, the company says.

Staff Writer |

ST. JOSEPH, Mich. — Service technicians from as far away as Australia and Singapore attended Maytag® Commercial Laundry’s latest coin-op factory service school here recently.
“Maytag Commercial Laundry believes in providing coin-store technicians with unparalleled product and industry training,” says Robert Small, global commercial laundry service team lead. “At the service school, attendees glean experience from highly qualified field service veterans that are passionate about top-notch service and troubleshooting.”
Seminars focused on a wide range of topics, including diagnostics, programming, disassembly and reassembly of various products, and proper chemical injection setup. The company’s state-of-the-art interactive lab offered attendees access to single- and multi-load coin-op equipment for demonstration and testing purposes.
“The service school presenters shared a wealth of product and technical knowledge,” says Steve Wylie, Dependable Laundry Solutions. “Attendees benefit from all aspects of the five-day event, specifically the electrical tips and wiring diagram information.”
Small says Maytag has hosted nearly 70 technicians at service schools over the past three years.
Maytag’s next service school is slated for the spring. For additional details, contact Rick Trama.


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