Multimeter TS-297/U.

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Departments of the Army and Air Force, 1990 - Electric meters
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Page 42 - Use #00 or #000 sandpaper to clean the surface down to the bare metal. Obtain a bright smooth finish. Caution: Do not use steel wool. Minute particles frequently enter the units and cause harmful internal shorting or grounding circuits.
Page 45 - To use the list, follow the items in numerical sequence. The first 22 items are the corrective measures that an operator can normally perform without calling upon a technician. The normal indications listed include the visible signs that the operator should perceive when checking the items. If the indications are not normal, the operator should apply the recommended corrective measures. If the set is completely inoperative or if the recommended corrective measures do not yield results, troubleshooting...
Page 68 - Insert the black test lead into the common jack, and the red test lead into the 4V pin jack.
Page 56 - When the test leads are separated, the circuit is broken, and the meter returns to normal (infinity).
Page 32 - Connect the test leads to the two terminals of the capacitor under test. If the capacitor is shorted, the multimeter will indicate zero resistance.

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