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Power Probe III

.on display c 8 what do i do

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    c 8 is posted in screan

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Dear Mark,

the screen shows "CB", not C8. Stands for Circuit Breaker. This means you have overloaded your Power Probe 3 and the internal thermal fuse has blown. You can simply reset it by pushing the button on the right hand side of the Power Probe.
Regards
Werner Klaassen
Coplan Europe

Posted on May 28, 2009

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===============================

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