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I have a Hioki 3281 clamp meter which blew off couple of days ago while doing a tests. It does not turn on now. It was during a controller testing situation where the turbine went to runaway and voltage crossed this product voltage rating. I am not exactly sure but this is the instance where it blew off. I was wondering if the meter is repairable or not?

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With any luck , it only blew the fuse inside.

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