7 years of installing, first service tech job.
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  1. #1
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    7 years of installing, first service tech job.

    I just signed up here, but I've been doing research on this site for a long time. I live in South Dakota and have been an installer for the last 7 years, and finally made the switch and took a service tech job a few months ago. I'm loving the challenges and the opportunity I've had to learn new things, and I really appreciate the info on this site. Specifically, the test-tool reviews/advice and some of the procedural discussions as well. I look forward to contributing myself eventually, but I really just try and absorb as much information as possible.

    Thank you.
    Dr. TS

  2. #2
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    Welcome!

    Get your post count up and apply for a Pro membership!

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    I hope to!! I'm resisting the temptation to post frivolously to do so! I've been dragging my feet for years on getting signed up, so I'm trying to re-visit some of the threads I have used regularly in the past. Love this site, though. It's been a tremendous resource for me in the past. Since some of my previous employers didn't focus much on teaching, I had to take it upon myself to get educated on the right way to do things.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctorstone View Post
    I hope to!! I'm resisting the temptation to post frivolously to do so! I've been dragging my feet for years on getting signed up, so I'm trying to re-visit some of the threads I have used regularly in the past. Love this site, though. It's been a tremendous resource for me in the past. Since some of my previous employers didn't focus much on teaching, I had to take it upon myself to get educated on the right way to do things.
    Yeah don't you just hate working for a company that doesn't teach or pass down there knowledge? Then they expect you to know everything & be the best you can for them! Lol

    Anyways Welcome!

  5. #5
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    Where I'm working at now is exceptionally good at teaching.. It's a very learning-friendly environment. I had just learned to always ask questions, because I'd rather appear inept once instead of doing things the wrong way 20 times before it catches up to me.

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    There's lots more resources and technical help in the locked pro side forums. Sign up to go pro

  7. #7
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    Definitely. ...im hoping to get signed up ASAP

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