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Will the Amprobe AMB-45 test coax cable output?

I have a new modulator that i recieved that does not seem to work, can I us the Ambrobe tester to test the out put on the modulator? and if so, what is the correct set up to do this?
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Bob Shilling

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The Amprobe Digital Megohmmeter, Model# AMB-45 is an insulation tester that checks to see if conductors are leaking current to ground or the shield in a coax, for example. It will not check the output of a modulator, it may actually damage the modulator.

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White goes to Neutral from breaker box
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You should have one wire coming from breaker box, and another set of wires going to light.
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Since you are outdoors, stand on dry boards and tape tester leads to wood sticks to keep hands away from power.
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Half of the online manual is upside down.

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OL is a good reading, it represents a reading of greater than 400Mohm, with any insulation testing the greater the value the better.

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