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Ideal Vol-Con Xl Voltage/Continuity Tester: Where the heck is the "encapsulated screw on the b...

Where the heck is the *encapsulated screw on the bottom of the base* so that I can change the batteries??

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Encapsulated means that it won't drop out of the shell when you loosen it. There should be a screw that loosens so you can change the battery.

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How do you replace the batteries


Staight from the manual:

• Remove test leads from tester.

• Loosen the encapsulated screw from the

bottom of the case.

• Remove battery cap.

• Replace the batteries with (4) new 1.5V

button-type batteries (IDEAL# 61-201,

IEC #LR44, or NEOA# 1166A).

• Replace battery cap and re-tighten the
encapsulated screw.

http://www.idealindustries.com/media/pdfs/products/instructions/nd-3401-2_61-085-086_instructions.pdf

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Nesecito comprar un tester ideal No.61-076 presio y como lo actengo pleas


Tu puede comprar lo a Amazon.com:

http://www.amazon.com/Ideal-61-076-Vol-Con-Tester/dp/B000BVKUSA

Questa cincuenta y cinco dollars.

Buenas suerte!

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I cant find where the batteries are located on my IDEAL voltage tester #61-085


The #61-085 does not have batteries. (It does not test for continuity) The #61-086 does have batteries.
1. Replace batteries when touching the leads together no longer lights the continuity LED or produces an audible sound. 2. Remove test leads from tester. 3. Loosen the encapsulated screw from the bottom of the case. 4. Remove battery cap. 5. Replace the batteries with (4) new 1.5V button-type batteries (IDEAL# 61-201, IEC #LR44, or NEOA# 1166A). 6. Replace battery cap and re-tighten the encapsulated screw.
Here is the link to the complete manual. http://www.idealindustries.com/media/pdfs/products/instructions/nd-3401-2_61-085-086_instructions.pdf
If you have any other questions, just ask. Don't forget to rate this answer.

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Need to change a motor. The leads are not marked . How do determine which leads go where on the new motor ?


Without motor info, Brand, hp, voltage i could not say for sure, but white wire is neutral, black is hot and 220 volt red is hot also. should be wiring diagram on motor or back of connection plate

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How do u change the batteries On a vole-test xl


there is a small clip at the back push both side in at ounce and the back will come away

best of luck

merry christmas

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