Testimonials

March 18, 2021

I study, and practice 6 days a week. There's a ton of information. Basically I'm unlearning bad habits- and replacing them with the lessons I'm learning from your program.

I'm taking my time to understand your teachings. I've already used the information I've learned from you in every electrical problem I've gotten since receiving your program.

My confidence has increased which is scary- because now that I'm understanding better- I realize there is a lot more that could go wrong.

K.S., Canada


January 26, 2021

I find your approach in how you teach, and make sense of complicated electrical/ electronic theory, and how to diagnose problems with a "keep it simple" practical approach- amazing! As I continue to read and learn from you it is becoming apparently clear- that although I've graduated college, got my license, have had some electrical training throughout my career- that all those experiences still left inadequacies in my diagnosis skills. - but so far I find that your explanation of things really is patient, and that you break the information down to the "bare bones" making it easier to understand. It's hard to explain, there are many books in the world trying to explain electrical information- diagnosis. But your approach just works better.

I want to compliment you on how you laid out your book SHORTCUTS. As part of my career, I rewrote technical manuals from years past. Old manuals used various words to mean the same thing when describing a part of a unit, such as a boiler, and if you weren’t familiar with a product, it became very confusing to know what was being said. - - - - I broke down the narrative so that a complete novice understood it. This is what you have done in your book and I really appreciate how you spoon feed the info to a baby.

When I was in the service, I had to pass courses in electronics to move up in grade. I was able to get by, but never really understood what was going on. I didn’t have to understand electronics to do my job, so I didn’t put much interest in it. When I got into industry as an industrial mechanic, I was a mechanical genius, top rated in mechanics, but really bad in understanding electric. This is a common problem in our industry. Very seldom is a mechanic also an electrician and vice versa.

I wish I had taken your courses about 30 years ago, but didn’t have the time or interest or need. Now that I am retired, I have plenty of time to learn something that always was lacking in my work life. I’m sure you’ve heard of someone going back to college after they retire to be a doctor. Plus, I still might run into a need to learn this. I have a lawnmower repair business and they have wiring problems. So, this will be a help to me. If not, I will take my education to the box and use it in Heaven, who knows?

Anyway, great job! I am really enjoying this.

C.B., Philadelphia, PA


December 30, 2020

I find your approach in how you teach, and make sense of complicated electrical/ electronic theory, and how to diagnose problems with a "keep it simple" practical approach- amazing! As I continue to read and learn from you it is becoming apparently clear- that although I've graduated college, got my license, have had some electrical training throughout my career- that all those experiences still left inadequacies in my diagnosis skills. - but so far I find that your explanation of things really is patient, and that you break the information down to the "bare bones" making it easier to understand. It's hard to explain, there are many books in the world trying to explain electrical information- diagnosis. But your approach just works better.

K.S. Canada


January 14, 2020

Hi vince, today is my birthday and the best gift that I have received is SHORTCUTS. I can't let my wife know I say that. I am so happy for this book. Thank you so much again.

Ferdinand, Barbados


November 17, 2019

Hey Vince, I went to one of your seminars in the 90s and also thought it was great! It took away a lot of the mysteries of electrical troubleshooting. I still have many of the articles that you wrote for Import Service (Magazine).

I salute you, Ed Smith in NY