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You Will Need
- Electronic device
- Schematic diagrams (optional)
Identify the connections to the circuits that you want to test in your electronic equipment.
Turn on device
Turn the multimeter on if it has a digital output. If the multimeter does not power on, check that it has a working battery.
Adjust output setting
Adjust the multimeter's mode to the setting you want to test and the expected output range.
Connect the correct terminals on the electronic device to their corresponding ports on the multimeter.
Take the reading from the multimeter.
Disconnect the multimeter, reconnect the electronic equipment, and turn off the multimeter's power. Record your readings feeling confident that everything's in working order.