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It's a probe with test button attached to it. When connected to compatible Fluke Insulation tester you can use button on the probe instead using Test button on unit.
If you have to ask hot to use probe then you may have to ask someone to show you how and what for this is used.
One possible reason: there was steam or water inside the meter through probe. The easy way to fix, just try to Dry it as much as possible (if you like, you can take its battery off first). When its inside dry, it will be OK. I have a Fluke 52 II, this happened many times now. After it back, everything is OK, it has passed its calibration well.
I think I just fluked on doing it. I tried to press the syncing buttons all together but that didn't work then I tried to press the keyboard and the dongo button together and then the mouse button and the dongo button then it seemed to work. Like I said I think i just fluked.