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Craftsman Digital Multimeter w/ 8 Functions EXPIRED

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Sears.com has Craftsman Digital Multimeter w/ 8 Functions on sale for $9.99. Select free in-store pickup to save on shipping, otherwise, free shipping on orders $25 or more. Thanks ledrone

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Great for any DIY home maintenance. Features a tilt stand and test 1.5 and 9V batteries. Multimeter has 8 functions and 18 ranges for extreme accuracy - Discombobulated

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Thanks, I've been waiting for one for a decent price!
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Got one of these a few years ago and it's worked well. But for some reason the continuity tester works inconsistently lately, even with a fresh battery. Anyone experience this and know if there's a way to fix this?
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I think I'll pass. I was looking for one with auto-ranging feature. I dislike having to click through 20 things just to get to the right range.
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I think I'll pass. I was looking for one with auto-ranging feature. I dislike having to click through 20 things just to get to the right range.
Can you send a link to the product you are talking about?
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Can you send a link to the product you are talking about?
Well they do cost a bit more but here is a craftsman auto-ranging Multimeter: Link [sears.com]

The are more expensive/well known ones such as a Fluke [amazon.com] and less expensive (cheap) ones from "no name" brands such as Tougs [amazon.com] and Aneng. I don't plan to measure anything more than 120V home outlets and some batteries so I dont think I need a expensive Fluke or Klein
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Well they do cost a bit more but here is a craftsman auto-ranging Multimeter: Link [sears.com]

The are more expensive/well known ones such as a Fluke [amazon.com] and less expensive (cheap) ones from "no name" brands such as Tougs [amazon.com] and Aneng. I don't plan to measure anything more than 120V home outlets and some batteries so I dont think I need a expensive Fluke or Klein
Yeah Thanks for the info. I might get the one from Amazon.
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Locked one of those free multi meters from harborfrieght. Is this a way better one? I just got that for pi as occational hobbyist.
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Got this with SYW points last year. Pretty handy to have.
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Can you send a link to the product you are talking about?
I was shopping for one this week, wanted auto range and continuity alarm. found this INNOVA 3320 Auto-Ranging Digital Multimeter https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000EVY...cAb9X6VNMZ
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Got one of these a few years ago and it's worked well. But for some reason the continuity tester works inconsistently lately, even with a fresh battery. Anyone experience this and know if there's a way to fix this?
mine too and when it does work, it sounds like a dying mouse.. which is what brought me to this thread to find another one
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mine too and when it does work, it sounds like a dying mouse.. which is what brought me to this thread to find another one
Well, per the reason to own one of these, I'm more of a diagnose and fix it yourself rather than buy a new one sort of person. I might open mine up to see if there's anything obvious. Most likely not, just a few chips and some discrete components, like everything else. I wonder how the circuit for the continuity tester works. Op amp or comparator, or something much simpler?
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Funny, I've been wanting a good replacement for my 30 year old RadioShack multimeter. I installed the Sears app signed in with my account and found I had $6.37 cash rewards to use so total $3.92. I say funny because I never shop there but they keep giving me free cash to use for different items. Thanks for the find. Repped you.
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or HarborFreight and you can get a free one with free store pickup .. purchase required
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