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Figure 4-2. Zeroing the Simpson 160 (Sheet 3 of 3).
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Figure 4-4. Testing for Shorts.
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Figure 4-3. TS-352 Continuity Test
(b) Disconnect the circuit being tested.
(c) Connect the meter probes to both terminals of the circuit being tested. (The TS-352B/U is illustrated
(fig. 4-3), but the probes are connected to the circuit the same way with all three multimeters. )
(d) Look at the meter needle.
1. If the needle swings to the far right over the "zero" on the top scale (on all three multimeters), the
circuit has continuity.
2. If the needle doesn't move, the circuit is open (broken).
3. If the needle jumps or flickers, there is a loose connection in the circuit being tested.
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