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Old 14th Jan 2020, 1:06 am   #1
David Dunlop
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Default RCA Voltohmyst VTVM Model WV-75A

Anyone familiar with this meter? Mine is missing the two test leads used for resistance checks and the manual lacks any photo or drawing showing what they look like.

I initially thought the plug ends were standard banana plugs, but closer inspection shows the two sockets on the panel are very shallow and have small threaded brass sleeves in the centre of them, so these leads must be a screw in type.

Would love to verify what they actually look like.

David
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Old 17th Jan 2020, 8:06 pm   #2
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Default Re: RCA Voltohmyst VTVM Model WV-75A

Here are a couple of photos of the meter in question and the two threaded sockets for the leads I am missing.

David
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