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Yo Em(I)


Or any of you others out there that don't have a mental block, as I do, when it comes to "Lectricity.  Rrumbler has helped me with this voltage meter before but I ain't proud, I'll take any and all comments or giggles if necessary.

1, Can I check my dry cell batteries with this meter? (I have a bunch)

2. What settings do I use to do this?

3. Should I be kept away from anything that has moving parts? (never mind that one)biggrin

Hoping your Sunday is quite and uneventful,

Em/Meller



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1. Yes.

2. Set the switch on "DCV" (DC Volts), 5V scale or something greater than 2V, red lead to POS (+), black lead to NEG (-).

3. Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa, ----------------------------.  confuseconfuseconfusewinkbiggrin



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