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    clamp meter and multi meter bein difficult

    i bought a clamp meter today and a multi meter the multi reads up to 800 amp ac current and i cant get it to read shiz. then i set the multi meter to v for volts and stuck the + into the + output and the - in the - and neither are reading shizz help







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    Re: clamp meter and multi meter bein difficult

    did u set it for AC or DC



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    ac and it read nothing so i tryed dc and it read nothing,,,,i tryed both a million times




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    Re: clamp meter and multi meter bein difficult

    If it came with batteries change em




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    i already bought my own new ones




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    Put it on 40v dc and check your battery. If it doesnt work it may be broken.




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    Re: clamp meter and multi meter bein difficult

    my multi meter reads -26 dc current in the air....and the only thing i can get my clamp meter to read propely is the temprature...




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