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I have a dm10 and I keep getting


UNPLUG A TRIGGER. PLUG BACK IN AND HIT O.K.

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I want to change a plug socket, and know that I need to turn of the elictricity at the mains, and check the wires with a volt checker to check for live current. I bought a Rapitest digital mini electrical...


Yes you can use this instrument to measure. It needs to be put on the AC voltage and to be on the highest value. Voltage is measured with a fuse included (be careful). It is better to use a screwdriver tester to find a phase (hot wire). Wires are measured ohmic and should not be turned voltage on(or it may burn the instrument). If you measure current it can short circuit if the installation is under voltage (because of this reason the current is measured in series connection).

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How do you change the battery of a MAS830L Rapitester?


Take the meter out of the holding case (rubber) and undo the two screws located in the back of the meter.

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I need help my new dm10 mod comes up with calibration fail when I turn it on even with nothing plugged into it. I have updated the firmware it just wont talk to the kit at all


you have to make sure the red crash 1 is on the cymbal w the choke zone on it and plugged into crash one on the module. crash 2 goes in the cymbal w no choke and plugs into perc 2 on the module. also make sure the ride zones are plugged in to the corresponding zone on the module. bottom line double check all connections and reference the setup guide if u still have it. i had the same issue.

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I have a Alesis DM10 pro kit and both the 8" drums


They show the make up of this on You Tube...search for DM10 there.

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What is the sonin rapitest power sensor? I have one but do not know what it is for. Thanks. tk


Sonin Rapitest power sensor will identify live electric wires within your walls. Mine quite working this weekend. lwf5990@frontier.com

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Online manual for Rapitest Wps 115 Wire/Pipe & Stud Detector


go to the support center for the maunfacture site

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Electrical cables are all black & I need to find which is live &


ac, aka, alternating current, is the type found in your house. dc, aka, direct current, is the type found found in your car...or any other type of battery. If you have a total of three wires, one green, (ground) and the other two are black, then the two black wires are your alternating current wires. If this is the case, hook up your black wire from the fan and light to one of the black wires, and the whites, or commons, to the other black wire. In alternating current it does not matter which wire goes to where.
If there are 3 black wires, and a ground wire, then you will have to use your volt meter, and check the voltage from the wires, you should take three readings (wire a-b, wire b-c, and wire a-c) two readings will give you 120 volts and the third will give you 240 volts (approx) The two wires that give you 240 are your hot leads, and are probably controlled seperatly by wall switches. Hope this helps.

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