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Have bought 3 x amb-25 units and all have failed in the resistance check, now whatever resitance is put between the probes they read 0 ohms, it is particularly concerning when monitoring in slab heating cables at concrete pour a the resistannce reads 0!!. I have sent 1 back to Fluke and they have said there is nothing wrong.

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Your cable is shorted in the concrete. Plus you shouldn't send your amprobe back to fluke.

Posted on Nov 09, 2011

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    Marin Pesa Jan 31, 2014

    Why shouldn't he send his Amprobe to Fluke? Fluke owns Amprobe. His short issue is another matter...

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