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Hoping somebody can help. I have a Megger MFT1552, whenever I turn it on it beeps and flashes 138v (detecting voltage) Even with no leads attached. Has anybody came across this before?
 
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I had trouble with my 1552, sometime the sleeve where the test leads plug in come out a little with the leads giving false readings. You can push the outer sleeve back in using screwdriver gently.
 

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Hello

Hoping somebody can help. I have a Megger MFT1552, whenever I turn it on it beeps and flashes 138v (detecting voltage) Even with no leads attached. Has anybody came across this before?
I had something similar with my 1730 on continuity testing, leads attached but not connected to anything.

It was a problem with one of the terminals and had to go back to Megger. £280 later it can back fixed.
 

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I had something similar with my 1730 on continuity testing, leads attached but not connected to anything.

It was a problem with one of the terminals and had to go back to Megger. £280 later it can back fixed.
had same problem with 1553, cotton bud and a bit of switch cleaner in the 4mm sockets. cost 20p.
 

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