Question about Measuring Tools & Sensors
If you have power out in parts of your house, look for a breaker or breakers that is/are tripped or if you have a fuse box, look there for blown fuse.
If no breakers are tripped, there is the possibility that you have a GFI in the circuit. Look for the GFI (google GFI if you dont know what im talking about) and reset it.
If an amp probe is what I think it is, it measures the amount of current going through a particular wire at a particular moment. If your power is OFF, or if you are not using any power on a particular line, the reading will be zero. I think you might be wasting your time with this tool.
If I misunderstood your question, please ask me again so I can try to answer again.
Posted on Oct 02, 2009
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