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You dont, just turn dial left to 20 and read findings. It will give you the voltage it finds. Regards Peter
By PeterDB on 09 March 2015
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remove the tester from it's rubber protective casing there is one screw on the back just loosen this open the back and you will see the connector for the battery I hope this helps you
By dave on 01 December 2013
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DC Volts: 0-200 mV, 0-2000 mV, 0-20V, 0-200V, 0-600V
AC Volts: 0-200 V, 0-600V

By Ronald Knight on 28 May 2015
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It has 200mv 2000mv 20v 200v 600v DC 200v 600v AC
By Steve Mitchell on 06 July 2015
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My meter arrived with its leads, but stopped working after using it twice, I went to CPC in Preston and purchased a new meter, so pleased with the lower price and how it worked, I ordered a further two meters , they also sell test meter leads,etc etc. They are the old Farnell electronics company.
Regards,
Roy Phillips

By Quayclocks on 27 November 2015
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600 to start with, then wind down to 200 and onto 20. Watts divided by Amps = Volts. Amps times Volts = Watts. Hopefully that helps.
By MR P B WARRINER on 24 March 2016
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200maA/250V best to go to Draper themselves or Maplins
By Mr. R. Bishop on 01 January 2014
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Hi there Brian Yes it can be used for testing AC & DC. Voltages, have used it myself. All the best Dennis.
By Dennis Barnes on 09 December 2015
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I would say Duracell. You don't want a battery that leaks and corrodes inside it.
By Tell on 01 August 2016
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Sorry I really don't know.
By UKsimies on 14 February 2015
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