Testing continuity with push-in connectors
When testing for continuity at least one of the wires or terminals to which you are touching a meter probe should not be connected to anything else. So testing continuity at a junction using push in connections is quite difficult.
If you don't disconnect at least one of the wires and you get continuity, you have no way of knowing what combination of wires and/or metal objects produced continuity to where you touched the other probe.
(Also the power must be off when testing continuity.)
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Last edited by AllanJ; 05-04-2011 at 04:42 PM.