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Fluke 189 Was using the meter for data logging with a Fluke amp-probe attachment. I power-off the meters, but left the amp-probe connected around a conductor. Several days later I went back and wanted to data log again, but the Fluke 189 would not power-on. It's just dead. I've replaced the batteries, but the meter will not power-on. Any idea what might be 'bad' (besides my stupidity for leaving the amp-probe on a conductor)?

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