Well...in order for a continuity check on fuses you need to be in contact with each end. A device with a probe and a wire will work. I wasn't suggesting a meter. The simplest type is much like a screwdriver with a wire attached, and a lamp inside. If you have continuity the lamp lights when you get a circuit across the wire and the probe. These types are often used in tracing automotive wiring. Whatever you choose will have a battery to facilitate the continuity notification, whether it be a lamp or a noise of some sort.
I read it's description...It's like plugging a lamp...if the lamp lights you have voltage and inherently MUST have continuity...but it's still a lamp, not a continuity tester...and either is this Morris device.
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