Meters from Warren Castonguay on 3 Feb '20

Please be careful using HF meters.

Multimeter from Pam on 3 Feb '20

Right now, I'll be happy just using a multimeter correctly. Impressed that you improved one!

Multimeters, from Grateful on 10 Feb '20

Terrific article. You really are a genius and an inspiration. Love reading your articles, please keep up the good work.

For all meters Cap'n Warren from Janice aboard Seaweed on 17 Feb '20

You are correct Cap'n Warren. All power is capable of shocking us. Daddy had an old drill short out in his hand many decades ago. A person doesn't forget a thing like that.

Regarding the guts of the Harbor Freight multimeter I replaced the batt in, I'm not certain I noticed anything amiss. In retrospect I should have more carefully examined the interior. The next time I will look.

Thank you Sir for the reminder. J.

Thanks Pam. from Janice aboard Seaweed on 17 Feb '20

On this one, I was fortunate that the battery charger had failed so recently. If not I would like to believe I would have thought of it, though I am not certain.

You would definitely want to keep the clamps side though. I used another set for the battery charging system on Algae. I installed a female cigarette lighter outlet in the transom a few years back. With the clamps attached to a Male cigarette lighter I could equalize Algae's battery with the ones in Seaweed. That worked right well.

Life is great aboard Seaweed. Thank you for your comment. All are appreciated. Your friend in the south, J.

Thanks Grateful. from Janice aboard Seaweed on 17 Feb '20

What a nice thing to say Cap'n Grateful. I appreciate the encouragement. The next article is a series on how to grow your own microgreens. It's one of my favorites. I hope you find it interesting too. J.

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