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Discussion Starter · #6 ·
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Might want to share what you plan to use it for to narrow it down.
Arghh...I feel like a rookie for asking this...but I appreciate the help.

What am talking about is an probe that looks like a voltage detector, pocket size and pretty much the same "fat pencil" shape of a voltage detector.


What I am talking about measures the continuity thru fuses (or circuits).

You hold the end conductor in one hand and touch the probe tip to the end of a cartridge fuse you hold in your other hand. Detector LED lights op if fuse is ok...no light if fuse is open.

I checked all over Google, and unless (I am not using the right Key Words) and got only voltage detectors.

Thanks again guys.

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Any continuity tester would work for fuses...you just have to remove them from the circuit first.
Too true... but with this probe you don't have to use a meter....just pull the fuses and put the probe to the fuse.

Am I getting what U are saying or am I missing something?
 
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