Question about Measuring Tools & Sensors
Where the heck is the *encapsulated screw on the bottom of the base* so that I can change the batteries??
Posted by Anonymous on
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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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Jan 17, 2013 | IDEAL Vol-Con Xl Voltage/Continuity Tester
• 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
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