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Fluke i have a fluke 87v when i turn it on i get a f87 then the display reads lead and the unit beeps. It stops when i turn the knob to ma. It does this no matter where the leads are pluged in or if i unplug them completely

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Try using compressed air to clean terminal block plugs (specially mA plug) - something is stuck there and unit thinks that you have your leads connected to mA and setting and will beep if you turn knob to any other function.

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