Multimeter

Jim

Ringleader
Jul 19, 2007
29,146
84,908
Sutton on Sea
Funster No
1
MH
C Class Diesel RV
Exp
Since 1990
I have managed almost 50 years without owning one of these things. Lots of people say they would not be without one. Byan used one in my RV the other day! Trouble is there is much more on the dial that "on & off" and I am very electrically challenged. If I were to buy one of these to put next to the hammer in my tool kit, what to you suggest I buy and why and do they come with an idiots guide?

Thanks in anticipation
 

Road Runner

Free Member
Jul 26, 2007
1,405
1,458
Europe
Funster No
16
MH
yes
Exp
Since before Motorhomefun
I struggle with mine but sometimes get to know how many volts are in my batteries.

Got damp meter as well:RollEyes:really annoys Irina when i put in on my tongue as squeals like hell:roflmto::roflmto:
 

kands

Read Only Funster
Jul 20, 2007
1,285
14
Funster No
3
I agree with Jim, buy a cheap one as you do not need accuracy. I have several, all expensive, because I need the accuracy for work. I would advise though that if you are unsure about where to poke the leads, DON'T..... Let someone competant do it for you....

Keith
 
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