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    Re: Battery Draining

    Very possible you have a bad fuse in the meter. It is very unlikely that you would get a zero reading on the lowest setting.

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    Re: Battery Draining

    Make sure that meter is capable of dc amps. I can't see clearly in the picture.

    What make/ model meter is it?
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    Re: Battery Draining

    Quote Originally Posted by whazguude View Post
    Make sure that meter is capable of dc amps. I can't see clearly in the picture.

    What make/ model meter is it?
    GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS. Klein Tools MM300 is a manual ranging multimeter that measures. AC/DC voltage, DC current, and resistance. It can also test batteries, diodes, and continuity.

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