Yesterday our transformer had a fault, so our electricity went off. They removed the transformer and took it to another city for repairing. They brought it back today and fitted it back. Please correct it?
I don’t know if “remove” and “fit” are suitable words, but in my country, a transformer is connected with two posts in the middle.
… took it to another city for repair.
The rest is okay, though you might want to consider substituting ‘returned it today’ for ‘brought it back today’ to avoid having ‘back’ twice in the sentence.
“remove” and “fit” are suitable words, but “refitted it” sounds better than “fitted it back”, especially when you have already used “back” in the sentence.
The rest of it is largely OK. I would say “for repair” instead of “for repairing”.
Thank you very much.
What should I call those people who come and remove it for repair?
electricians, repairmen, engineers, technicians
Instead of “They removed the faulty transformer and took it to another city for repair.”
Can I say “They removed the faulty transformer and took it to another city for the repairing.”?
Why can’t “repairing” be used here as a gerund?
No, ‘for repair’ is needed here, as Dozy and I have already indicated.