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HI all, this is my first post, any help appreciated. I recently bought a Megger 1552, off e-bay but new. However, I can't get the buzzer function to sound. I've set the rotary selector to Buzzer (one position anti-clockwise from the ohms setting, the symbol with sound waves extending from it) and formed a circuit with the probes. The open-circuit symbol on the display closes and the digital reading shows ' less-than 2 ohms' but I can't get the buzzer to sound?? The only adjustment to this function that i can see is to alter the buzzer threshold with the orange button but this would not turn the buzzer off/on. Thanks in advance..
 
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Hi and welcolme to the forum.

To turn on the buzzer press the TEST button whilst in BUZZER mode. The
display will indicate ON or OFF status.

If you PM me a Email address, i will send you a user manual for the MFT.


No problem Pluto. I will Email the manual of in a little while.

I would go back to you previous post and remove your Email address if i was you. You may get viagra and every other junk email going:D
 
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