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Digital multimeter LCD not diaplaying due to DC V appeared on resistance /buzzer port

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Did not mention what make and model is but it looks like input protection circuit is blown, will either have to be repaired or you need to purchase a new one depending on the price

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Not sure what you are going to use it for. Computer power supply, perhaps?

There are some tutorials on youtube that may be beneficial. Here's one:


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