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Which setting is for ohms own a micront22-184meter

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Do you mean a Micronta 22-184 multi-meter? The Ohms position is depicted by the Greek letter Omega. This is the third position from the right. The DC milliAmps setting is just to the right. See the picture here: https://www.ebay.com/p/12027907565. I had to do the counter-intuitive decrease font/image size to enlarge third picture from the end to see the characters in the image.

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