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RE: Multimeter recommendation?

Hello all! Thanks for the many responses and useful tips (such as creating a light bulb tester). I think I will just go with an inexpensive HF unit, knowing I can always buy a higher quality meter should the need arise. WinMinnie--not exactly sure where I will start with the circuit board, I will go back to the YouTube video for guidance.
Kansas couple 12/26/21 07:18am Tech Issues
RE: Multimeter recommendation?

Thanks for all the comments! I didn't mention this in my original post, but I am closing on a house next week so I figure even if I didn't have the refrigerator issues, a good multimeter will still be very useful. Roger--according to the info on Home Depot's page, the 390 can measure up to 400 amps DC. fj12ryder--it is a clamp-on meter. My electrical knowledge is a bit limited but I do know I want the ability to measure current in addition to volts and resistance.
Kansas couple 11/25/21 07:39am Tech Issues
Multimeter recommendation?

I'm looking to buy a multimeter, as my rig's refrigerator doesn't work on electric but still works on gas. There is power to its outlet (of course, that would be too easy of a fix..) and I know my next steps will involve going to the circuit board. I'm looking at the Klein Tools multimeters they sell at Home Depot. Noticed the CL 390 can measure DC amperage. Would this be something to have, or is measuring DC current not that important? If not, then I'd go with one of the less-expensive models. I'm open to thoughts and input. Thanks!
Kansas couple 11/25/21 06:40am Tech Issues
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