multimeter
P/No. DT830B
DIGITAL
Transistor Check
1.Set the Function switch to the 'hFE' setting.
2.Turn the meter 'ON'
3.Connect the component leads of the transistor
to the correct pins of the transistor jack
(Emitter, Base & Collector) depending on whether
it is a NPN or PNP type; you may need the
component specification sheets to help you
identify this.
4.The meter will display the hFE measurement.
Diode Check
1.Connect the RED test lead to the 'VΩmA'
jack and the BLACK test lead to the 'COM' jack
2.Set the Function switch to the ' ' setting.
3.Turn the meter 'ON'
4.Connect the test probes across the diode,
Positive probe (RED) to the 'anode' and
Negative probe (BLACK) to the 'Cathode'.
5.If the diode is functioning the meter should
display the diode forward Voltage drop,
usually between 500-700mV.
Measuring Resistance
1.Connect the RED test lead to the 'VΩmA'
jack and the BLACK test lead to the 'COM' jack
2.Set the Function switch to the correct 'Ω' range.
3.Turn the meter 'ON'
4.Connect the test probes across the Resistance
to be measured. Ensure that the component
or circuit under test in not energised.
Measuring AC Voltage
1.Connect the RED test lead to the 'VΩmA'
jack and the BLACK test lead to the 'COM' jack
2.Set the Function switch to the correct 'ACV' range.
3.Turn the meter 'ON'
4.Connect the test probes across the Voltage
to be measured.
Battery Check (Dry Cell, 1.5V & 9V)
1.Connect the RED test lead to the 'VΩmA'
jack and the BLACK test lead to the 'COM' jack
2.Set the Function switch to the ' ' setting.
3.Turn the meter 'ON'
4.Connect the test probes across the terminals
of the battery to be measured, red probe to the
(+) terminal of the battery.
5.The meter will apply a small load to the battery
and display the current in mA (if the reading is
close to or above the following values, the battery
is in good condition:
- 1.5V battery (AAA, AA, C, D) 4.0mA
- 9V battery 25mA
Measuring DC Current (up to 10A)
1.Connect the RED test lead to the '10ADC'
jack and the BLACK test lead to the 'COM' jack
2.Set the Function switch to the '10A' setting.
3.Turn the meter 'ON'
4.Connect the test probes so that the meter
becomes part of the circuit to be measured.
Ensure that the circuit load is less than 10Amps
or the meter will be damaged.
Specifications
Polarity: Auto indication (-)
Voltage: DCV: 200mV, 2000mV,
20V, 200V & 1000V
ACV: 200V & 750V (45-450Hz)
Current: DCA 200µA, 2000µA,
20mA, 200mA & 10A
Resistance: 200Ohm, 2000Ohm,
20kOhm & 200kOhm
Dry cell battery check: 1.5V (AAA, AA, C & D) & 9V
Diode test: 1mA current for forward Vdrop
Transistor test: hFE (0-1000) @ 3.2Vce
Accuracy: < ± 1.0% full scale reading
Battery: 9V Dry Cell
Internal Fuse: M205 (F500mA)
Low battery warning: 7.5V
Size: 126mm X 69mm X 24mm
Weight: 115g
Controls
The 'ON/OFF' switch is used to turn the meter
'ON'. To conserve battery power, always turn the
meter 'OFF' when not in use.
The parameter to be measured is selected using the
rotary 'Function' switch.
For accuracy make sure the correct range is used.
When the display shows '1' this indicates an
over-range reading, use the next highest range.
Connecting Test Leads
There are three connection jacks, marked:
1. 10ADC
2. VΩmA
3. COM
The BLACK test lead should be placed in the
'COM' jack.
For most measurements, except current over
200mA the RED test lead should be placed in
the 'VΩmA' jack.
For current over 200mA but less than 10A the RED
test lead should be placed in the '10ADC' jack.
Measuring Low DC Current (<200mA)
1.Connect the RED test lead to the 'VΩmA'
jack and the BLACK test lead to the 'COM' jack
2.Set the Function switch to the correct
'DCA' range.
3.Turn the meter 'ON'
4.Connect the test probes so that the meter
becomes part of the circuit to be measured.
If the load current is higher than 200mA the
internal fuse will blow.
LOAD
Warning
Do not exceed the meter’s voltage or current limits.
Use caution when testing voltages higher than
50VAC or 110VDC.
Do not use if the meter or test leads are damaged.
Remove test leads before replacing the battery
or fuse.
Measuring DC Voltage
1.Connect the RED test lead to the 'VΩmA'
jack and the BLACK test lead to the 'COM' jack
2.Set the Function switch to the correct
'DCV' range.
3.Turn the meter 'ON'
4.Connect the test probes across the Voltage
to be measured.
LOAD
Operating Instructions
LOAD
LOAD
MULTIMETER
Battery & Fuse
The low battery symbol ' ' will be displayed
when the internal 9V battery is low (<7.5V),
indicating that the battery should now be replaced.
If the meter does not function on the DCA range,
the internal 500mA fuse may have blown.
To replace the battery or fuse, remove the test
leads from the meter and remove the two screws
from the rear cover. Replace the battery or fuse
and then reassemble.
P/No. DT830B
DIGITAL
Transistor Check
1.Set the Function switch to the 'hFE' setting.
2.Turn the meter 'ON'
3.Connect the component leads of the transistor
to the correct pins of the transistor jack
(Emitter, Base & Collector) depending on whether
it is a NPN or PNP type; you may need the
component specification sheets to help you
identify this.
4.The meter will display the hFE measurement.
Diode Check
1.Connect the RED test lead to the 'VΩmA'
jack and the BLACK test lead to the 'COM' jack
2.Set the Function switch to the ' ' setting.
3.Turn the meter 'ON'
4.Connect the test probes across the diode,
Positive probe (RED) to the 'anode' and
Negative probe (BLACK) to the 'Cathode'.
5.If the diode is functioning the meter should
display the diode forward Voltage drop,
usually between 500-700mV.
Measuring Resistance
1.Connect the RED test lead to the 'VΩmA'
jack and the BLACK test lead to the 'COM' jack
2.Set the Function switch to the correct 'Ω' range.
3.Turn the meter 'ON'
4.Connect the test probes across the Resistance
to be measured. Ensure that the component
or circuit under test in not energised.
Measuring AC Voltage
1.Connect the RED test lead to the 'VΩmA'
jack and the BLACK test lead to the 'COM' jack
2.Set the Function switch to the correct 'ACV' range.
3.Turn the meter 'ON'
4.Connect the test probes across the Voltage
to be measured.
Battery Check (Dry Cell, 1.5V & 9V)
1.Connect the RED test lead to the 'VΩmA'
jack and the BLACK test lead to the 'COM' jack
2.Set the Function switch to the ' ' setting.
3.Turn the meter 'ON'
4.Connect the test probes across the terminals
of the battery to be measured, red probe to the
(+) terminal of the battery.
5.The meter will apply a small load to the battery
and display the current in mA (if the reading is
close to or above the following values, the battery
is in good condition:
- 1.5V battery (AAA, AA, C, D) 4.0mA
- 9V battery 25mA
Measuring DC Current (up to 10A)
1.Connect the RED test lead to the '10ADC'
jack and the BLACK test lead to the 'COM' jack
2.Set the Function switch to the '10A' setting.
3.Turn the meter 'ON'
4.Connect the test probes so that the meter
becomes part of the circuit to be measured.
Ensure that the circuit load is less than 10Amps
or the meter will be damaged.
Specifications
Polarity: Auto indication (-)
Voltage: DCV: 200mV, 2000mV,
20V, 200V & 1000V
ACV: 200V & 750V (45-450Hz)
Current: DCA 200µA, 2000µA,
20mA, 200mA & 10A
Resistance: 200Ohm, 2000Ohm,
20kOhm & 200kOhm
Dry cell battery check: 1.5V (AAA, AA, C & D) & 9V
Diode test: 1mA current for forward Vdrop
Transistor test: hFE (0-1000) @ 3.2Vce
Accuracy: < ± 1.0% full scale reading
Battery: 9V Dry Cell
Internal Fuse: M205 (F500mA)
Low battery warning: 7.5V
Size: 126mm X 69mm X 24mm
Weight: 115g
Controls
The 'ON/OFF' switch is used to turn the meter
'ON'. To conserve battery power, always turn the
meter 'OFF' when not in use.
The parameter to be measured is selected using the
rotary 'Function' switch.
For accuracy make sure the correct range is used.
When the display shows '1' this indicates an
over-range reading, use the next highest range.
Connecting Test Leads
There are three connection jacks, marked:
1. 10ADC
2. VΩmA
3. COM
The BLACK test lead should be placed in the
'COM' jack.
For most measurements, except current over
200mA the RED test lead should be placed in
the 'VΩmA' jack.
For current over 200mA but less than 10A the RED
test lead should be placed in the '10ADC' jack.
Measuring Low DC Current (<200mA)
1.Connect the RED test lead to the 'VΩmA'
jack and the BLACK test lead to the 'COM' jack
2.Set the Function switch to the correct
'DCA' range.
3.Turn the meter 'ON'
4.Connect the test probes so that the meter
becomes part of the circuit to be measured.
If the load current is higher than 200mA the
internal fuse will blow.
LOAD
Warning
Do not exceed the meter’s voltage or current limits.
Use caution when testing voltages higher than
50VAC or 110VDC.
Do not use if the meter or test leads are damaged.
Remove test leads before replacing the battery
or fuse.
Measuring DC Voltage
1.Connect the RED test lead to the 'VΩmA'
jack and the BLACK test lead to the 'COM' jack
2.Set the Function switch to the correct
'DCV' range.
3.Turn the meter 'ON'
4.Connect the test probes across the Voltage
to be measured.
LOAD
Operating Instructions
LOAD
LOAD
MULTIMETER
Battery & Fuse
The low battery symbol ' ' will be displayed
when the internal 9V battery is low (<7.5V),
indicating that the battery should now be replaced.
If the meter does not function on the DCA range,
the internal 500mA fuse may have blown.
To replace the battery or fuse, remove the test
leads from the meter and remove the two screws
from the rear cover. Replace the battery or fuse
and then reassemble.
P/No. DT830B
DIGITAL
Transistor Check
1.Set the Function switch to the 'hFE' setting.
2.Turn the meter 'ON'
3.Connect the component leads of the transistor
to the correct pins of the transistor jack
(Emitter, Base & Collector) depending on whether
it is a NPN or PNP type; you may need the
component specification sheets to help you
identify this.
4.The meter will display the hFE measurement.
Diode Check
1.Connect the RED test lead to the 'VΩmA'
jack and the BLACK test lead to the 'COM' jack
2.Set the Function switch to the ' ' setting.
3.Turn the meter 'ON'
4.Connect the test probes across the diode,
Positive probe (RED) to the 'anode' and
Negative probe (BLACK) to the 'Cathode'.
5.If the diode is functioning the meter should
display the diode forward Voltage drop,
usually between 500-700mV.
Measuring Resistance
1.Connect the RED test lead to the 'VΩmA'
jack and the BLACK test lead to the 'COM' jack
2.Set the Function switch to the correct 'Ω' range.
3.Turn the meter 'ON'
4.Connect the test probes across the Resistance
to be measured. Ensure that the component
or circuit under test in not energised.
Measuring AC Voltage
1.Connect the RED test lead to the 'VΩmA'
jack and the BLACK test lead to the 'COM' jack
2.Set the Function switch to the correct 'ACV' range.
3.Turn the meter 'ON'
4.Connect the test probes across the Voltage
to be measured.
Battery Check (Dry Cell, 1.5V & 9V)
1.Connect the RED test lead to the 'VΩmA'
jack and the BLACK test lead to the 'COM' jack
2.Set the Function switch to the ' ' setting.
3.Turn the meter 'ON'
4.Connect the test probes across the terminals
of the battery to be measured, red probe to the
(+) terminal of the battery.
5.The meter will apply a small load to the battery
and display the current in mA (if the reading is
close to or above the following values, the battery
is in good condition:
- 1.5V battery (AAA, AA, C, D) 4.0mA
- 9V battery 25mA
Measuring DC Current (up to 10A)
1.Connect the RED test lead to the '10ADC'
jack and the BLACK test lead to the 'COM' jack
2.Set the Function switch to the '10A' setting.
3.Turn the meter 'ON'
4.Connect the test probes so that the meter
becomes part of the circuit to be measured.
Ensure that the circuit load is less than 10Amps
or the meter will be damaged.
Specifications
Polarity: Auto indication (-)
Voltage: DCV: 200mV, 2000mV,
20V, 200V & 1000V
ACV: 200V & 750V (45-450Hz)
Current: DCA 200µA, 2000µA,
20mA, 200mA & 10A
Resistance: 200Ohm, 2000Ohm,
20kOhm & 200kOhm
Dry cell battery check: 1.5V (AAA, AA, C & D) & 9V
Diode test: 1mA current for forward Vdrop
Transistor test: hFE (0-1000) @ 3.2Vce
Accuracy: < ± 1.0% full scale reading
Battery: 9V Dry Cell
Internal Fuse: M205 (F500mA)
Low battery warning: 7.5V
Size: 126mm X 69mm X 24mm
Weight: 115g
Controls
The 'ON/OFF' switch is used to turn the meter
'ON'. To conserve battery power, always turn the
meter 'OFF' when not in use.
The parameter to be measured is selected using the
rotary 'Function' switch.
For accuracy make sure the correct range is used.
When the display shows '1' this indicates an
over-range reading, use the next highest range.
Connecting Test Leads
There are three connection jacks, marked:
1. 10ADC
2. VΩmA
3. COM
The BLACK test lead should be placed in the
'COM' jack.
For most measurements, except current over
200mA the RED test lead should be placed in
the 'VΩmA' jack.
For current over 200mA but less than 10A the RED
test lead should be placed in the '10ADC' jack.
Measuring Low DC Current (<200mA)
1.Connect the RED test lead to the 'VΩmA'
jack and the BLACK test lead to the 'COM' jack
2.Set the Function switch to the correct
'DCA' range.
3.Turn the meter 'ON'
4.Connect the test probes so that the meter
becomes part of the circuit to be measured.
If the load current is higher than 200mA the
internal fuse will blow.
LOAD
Warning
Do not exceed the meter’s voltage or current limits.
Use caution when testing voltages higher than
50VAC or 110VDC.
Do not use if the meter or test leads are damaged.
Remove test leads before replacing the battery
or fuse.
Measuring DC Voltage
1.Connect the RED test lead to the 'VΩmA'
jack and the BLACK test lead to the 'COM' jack
2.Set the Function switch to the correct
'DCV' range.
3.Turn the meter 'ON'
4.Connect the test probes across the Voltage
to be measured.
LOAD
Operating Instructions
LOAD
LOAD
MULTIMETER
Battery & Fuse
The low battery symbol ' ' will be displayed
when the internal 9V battery is low (<7.5V),
indicating that the battery should now be replaced.
If the meter does not function on the DCA range,
the internal 500mA fuse may have blown.
To replace the battery or fuse, remove the test
leads from the meter and remove the two screws
from the rear cover. Replace the battery or fuse
and then reassemble.
P/No. DT830B
DIGITAL
Transistor Check
1.Set the Function switch to the 'hFE' setting.
2.Turn the meter 'ON'
3.Connect the component leads of the transistor
to the correct pins of the transistor jack
(Emitter, Base & Collector) depending on whether
it is a NPN or PNP type; you may need the
component specification sheets to help you
identify this.
4.The meter will display the hFE measurement.
Diode Check
1.Connect the RED test lead to the 'VΩmA'
jack and the BLACK test lead to the 'COM' jack
2.Set the Function switch to the ' ' setting.
3.Turn the meter 'ON'
4.Connect the test probes across the diode,
Positive probe (RED) to the 'anode' and
Negative probe (BLACK) to the 'Cathode'.
5.If the diode is functioning the meter should
display the diode forward Voltage drop,
usually between 500-700mV.
Measuring Resistance
1.Connect the RED test lead to the 'VΩmA'
jack and the BLACK test lead to the 'COM' jack
2.Set the Function switch to the correct 'Ω' range.
3.Turn the meter 'ON'
4.Connect the test probes across the Resistance
to be measured. Ensure that the component
or circuit under test in not energised.
Measuring AC Voltage
1.Connect the RED test lead to the 'VΩmA'
jack and the BLACK test lead to the 'COM' jack
2.Set the Function switch to the correct 'ACV' range.
3.Turn the meter 'ON'
4.Connect the test probes across the Voltage
to be measured.
Battery Check (Dry Cell, 1.5V & 9V)
1.Connect the RED test lead to the 'VΩmA'
jack and the BLACK test lead to the 'COM' jack
2.Set the Function switch to the ' ' setting.
3.Turn the meter 'ON'
4.Connect the test probes across the terminals
of the battery to be measured, red probe to the
(+) terminal of the battery.
5.The meter will apply a small load to the battery
and display the current in mA (if the reading is
close to or above the following values, the battery
is in good condition:
- 1.5V battery (AAA, AA, C, D) 4.0mA
- 9V battery 25mA
Measuring DC Current (up to 10A)
1.Connect the RED test lead to the '10ADC'
jack and the BLACK test lead to the 'COM' jack
2.Set the Function switch to the '10A' setting.
3.Turn the meter 'ON'
4.Connect the test probes so that the meter
becomes part of the circuit to be measured.
Ensure that the circuit load is less than 10Amps
or the meter will be damaged.
Specifications
Polarity: Auto indication (-)
Voltage: DCV: 200mV, 2000mV,
20V, 200V & 1000V
ACV: 200V & 750V (45-450Hz)
Current: DCA 200µA, 2000µA,
20mA, 200mA & 10A
Resistance: 200Ohm, 2000Ohm,
20kOhm & 200kOhm
Dry cell battery check: 1.5V (AAA, AA, C & D) & 9V
Diode test: 1mA current for forward Vdrop
Transistor test: hFE (0-1000) @ 3.2Vce
Accuracy: < ± 1.0% full scale reading
Battery: 9V Dry Cell
Internal Fuse: M205 (F500mA)
Low battery warning: 7.5V
Size: 126mm X 69mm X 24mm
Weight: 115g
Controls
The 'ON/OFF' switch is used to turn the meter
'ON'. To conserve battery power, always turn the
meter 'OFF' when not in use.
The parameter to be measured is selected using the
rotary 'Function' switch.
For accuracy make sure the correct range is used.
When the display shows '1' this indicates an
over-range reading, use the next highest range.
Connecting Test Leads
There are three connection jacks, marked:
1. 10ADC
2. VΩmA
3. COM
The BLACK test lead should be placed in the
'COM' jack.
For most measurements, except current over
200mA the RED test lead should be placed in
the 'VΩmA' jack.
For current over 200mA but less than 10A the RED
test lead should be placed in the '10ADC' jack.
Measuring Low DC Current (<200mA)
1.Connect the RED test lead to the 'VΩmA'
jack and the BLACK test lead to the 'COM' jack
2.Set the Function switch to the correct
'DCA' range.
3.Turn the meter 'ON'
4.Connect the test probes so that the meter
becomes part of the circuit to be measured.
If the load current is higher than 200mA the
internal fuse will blow.
LOAD
Warning
Do not exceed the meter’s voltage or current limits.
Use caution when testing voltages higher than
50VAC or 110VDC.
Do not use if the meter or test leads are damaged.
Remove test leads before replacing the battery
or fuse.
Measuring DC Voltage
1.Connect the RED test lead to the 'VΩmA'
jack and the BLACK test lead to the 'COM' jack
2.Set the Function switch to the correct
'DCV' range.
3.Turn the meter 'ON'
4.Connect the test probes across the Voltage
to be measured.
LOAD
Operating Instructions
LOAD
LOAD
MULTIMETER
Battery & Fuse
The low battery symbol ' ' will be displayed
when the internal 9V battery is low (<7.5V),
indicating that the battery should now be replaced.
If the meter does not function on the DCA range,
the internal 500mA fuse may have blown.
To replace the battery or fuse, remove the test
leads from the meter and remove the two screws
from the rear cover. Replace the battery or fuse
and then reassemble.
P/No. DT830B
DIGITAL
Transistor Check
1.Set the Function switch to the 'hFE' setting.
2.Turn the meter 'ON'
3.Connect the component leads of the transistor
to the correct pins of the transistor jack
(Emitter, Base & Collector) depending on whether
it is a NPN or PNP type; you may need the
component specification sheets to help you
identify this.
4.The meter will display the hFE measurement.
Diode Check
1.Connect the RED test lead to the 'VΩmA'
jack and the BLACK test lead to the 'COM' jack
2.Set the Function switch to the ' ' setting.
3.Turn the meter 'ON'
4.Connect the test probes across the diode,
Positive probe (RED) to the 'anode' and
Negative probe (BLACK) to the 'Cathode'.
5.If the diode is functioning the meter should
display the diode forward Voltage drop,
usually between 500-700mV.
Measuring Resistance
1.Connect the RED test lead to the 'VΩmA'
jack and the BLACK test lead to the 'COM' jack
2.Set the Function switch to the correct 'Ω' range.
3.Turn the meter 'ON'
4.Connect the test probes across the Resistance
to be measured. Ensure that the component
or circuit under test in not energised.
Measuring AC Voltage
1.Connect the RED test lead to the 'VΩmA'
jack and the BLACK test lead to the 'COM' jack
2.Set the Function switch to the correct 'ACV' range.
3.Turn the meter 'ON'
4.Connect the test probes across the Voltage
to be measured.
Battery Check (Dry Cell, 1.5V & 9V)
1.Connect the RED test lead to the 'VΩmA'
jack and the BLACK test lead to the 'COM' jack
2.Set the Function switch to the ' ' setting.
3.Turn the meter 'ON'
4.Connect the test probes across the terminals
of the battery to be measured, red probe to the
(+) terminal of the battery.
5.The meter will apply a small load to the battery
and display the current in mA (if the reading is
close to or above the following values, the battery
is in good condition:
- 1.5V battery (AAA, AA, C, D) 4.0mA
- 9V battery 25mA
Measuring DC Current (up to 10A)
1.Connect the RED test lead to the '10ADC'
jack and the BLACK test lead to the 'COM' jack
2.Set the Function switch to the '10A' setting.
3.Turn the meter 'ON'
4.Connect the test probes so that the meter
becomes part of the circuit to be measured.
Ensure that the circuit load is less than 10Amps
or the meter will be damaged.
Specifications
Polarity: Auto indication (-)
Voltage: DCV: 200mV, 2000mV,
20V, 200V & 1000V
ACV: 200V & 750V (45-450Hz)
Current: DCA 200µA, 2000µA,
20mA, 200mA & 10A
Resistance: 200Ohm, 2000Ohm,
20kOhm & 200kOhm
Dry cell battery check: 1.5V (AAA, AA, C & D) & 9V
Diode test: 1mA current for forward Vdrop
Transistor test: hFE (0-1000) @ 3.2Vce
Accuracy: < ± 1.0% full scale reading
Battery: 9V Dry Cell
Internal Fuse: M205 (F500mA)
Low battery warning: 7.5V
Size: 126mm X 69mm X 24mm
Weight: 115g
Controls
The 'ON/OFF' switch is used to turn the meter
'ON'. To conserve battery power, always turn the
meter 'OFF' when not in use.
The parameter to be measured is selected using the
rotary 'Function' switch.
For accuracy make sure the correct range is used.
When the display shows '1' this indicates an
over-range reading, use the next highest range.
Connecting Test Leads
There are three connection jacks, marked:
1. 10ADC
2. VΩmA
3. COM
The BLACK test lead should be placed in the
'COM' jack.
For most measurements, except current over
200mA the RED test lead should be placed in
the 'VΩmA' jack.
For current over 200mA but less than 10A the RED
test lead should be placed in the '10ADC' jack.
Measuring Low DC Current (<200mA)
1.Connect the RED test lead to the 'VΩmA'
jack and the BLACK test lead to the 'COM' jack
2.Set the Function switch to the correct
'DCA' range.
3.Turn the meter 'ON'
4.Connect the test probes so that the meter
becomes part of the circuit to be measured.
If the load current is higher than 200mA the
internal fuse will blow.
LOAD
Warning
Do not exceed the meter’s voltage or current limits.
Use caution when testing voltages higher than
50VAC or 110VDC.
Do not use if the meter or test leads are damaged.
Remove test leads before replacing the battery
or fuse.
Measuring DC Voltage
1.Connect the RED test lead to the 'VΩmA'
jack and the BLACK test lead to the 'COM' jack
2.Set the Function switch to the correct
'DCV' range.
3.Turn the meter 'ON'
4.Connect the test probes across the Voltage
to be measured.
LOAD
Operating Instructions
LOAD
LOAD
MULTIMETER
Battery & Fuse
The low battery symbol ' ' will be displayed
when the internal 9V battery is low (<7.5V),
indicating that the battery should now be replaced.
If the meter does not function on the DCA range,
the internal 500mA fuse may have blown.
To replace the battery or fuse, remove the test
leads from the meter and remove the two screws
from the rear cover. Replace the battery or fuse
and then reassemble.
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