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I don’t know exactly what model this one is but it’s most likely dueWhat happens when you try to unplug both probes? Does it still have the battery going flat or critically low on that multimeter.same issue?
I don’t know exactly what model this one is but it’s most likely dueWhat happens when you try to unplug both probes? Does it still have the battery going flat or critically low on that multimeter.same issue?
 
What happens when you try to unplug both probes? Still same right when turning it on? ProbablyIf this is the abovecase it’s probably the issue with the multimeter board and buying another one will be the better option as it’s not worth spending time and money on trying to get that one fixed.



I recommend Fluke meters as they are rugged, reliable and accurate
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What happens when you try to unplug both probes? Still same right when turning it on? ProbablyIf this is the abovecase it’s probably the issue with the multimeter board and buying another one will be the better option as it’s not worth spending time and money on trying to get that one fixed.



I recommend Fluke meters as they are rugged, reliable and accurate
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I don’t know exactly what model this one is but it’s most likely due to the battery going flat or critically low on that multimeter.
 
What happens when you try to unplug both probes? Still samesame right when turning it on? Probably the above.
What happens when you try to unplug both probes? Still samesame right when turning it on? Probably the above.

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Aporte original por: Ben ,

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I don’t know exactly what model  this one is but it’s most likely due to the battery going flat or critically low on that multimeter.

What happens when you try to unplug both probes? Still same? Probably the above.

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