Copyright © 2002 - 2022 John F. Moore
Copyright © 2002 - 2022 John F. Moore


What is Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting is a form of problem solving, often applied to repair failed products or processes on a machine or a system. It is a logical, systematic search for the source of a problem in order to solve it, and make the product or process operational again. Troubleshooting

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Talk Name Date Presented Place Presented
House Repair 21 April 2021 WPCUG Linux & Maker Section
Plumbing Explained 17 Feburary 2021 WPCUG Linux & Maker Section
Electricity Troubleshooting 16 December 2020 WPCUG Linux & Maker Section
Electricity and Magnets 21 October 2020 WPCUG Linux & Maker Section


  • House Repair

    How often have you had a door stick? Or a cabinet drawer bind? Or a cabinet door not close properly? When it rains do you get water dripping off the window sill inside the house? How about those wooden chairs with the cross brace pulled out of the leg?

    House maintenance is not all that difficult if you are willing to roll up your sleeves and do some work. We will look at some issues I have seen and discuss how to address them. Often you can find help by googling the problem.

  • Plumbing Explained

    How is your home/apartment plumbed? What to do when the sink is dripping all night? How to deal with a clocked drain. Lets explore how to deal with these issues, and when to call a plumber.

  • Electricity Troubleshooting

    What to do if a light does not light. What to do when your hair dryer will not turn on. How to find a circuit in your breaker panel. How to hookup a generator, if you don’t want to hire an electrician. How does a 208 volt circuit differ from a 120 volt circuit. Bring your electric questions to find answers.

  • Electricity and Magnets

    Where does electricity come from? How do we create it? What is the relationship between magnets and electricity? We will discuss how electricity get to our homes, and how they are wired. Lastly we will discuss the terminology for electricity.

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