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> Chinaglia Dolomiti Usi Multimeter, CIRCUIT DIAGRAM AND COMPONENT I.D.
kanesgranda
Posted: July 15, 2011 10:30 pm
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As i am a newbie to this forum i hope i am posting in the correct place.My problem is as follows,i have a Chinaglia Dolomiti U.S.I. Multimeter which does not operate on the 500volt AC range.
On checking it over i discovered several diodes either open or short circuited so if anyone can help with either a diagram or diode types i would be very obliged.

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Posted: July 16, 2011 03:54 am
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Moving coil meter? Pictures? Host the pics and post a link here, you cannot embed them.
I use a free skydrive site.
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Posted: July 16, 2011 04:14 am
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Posted: July 16, 2011 12:02 pm
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Chinaglia Dolomiti... sounds Italian. Never heard of it though... perhaps an Italian-centric site could be of greater help? The people over at hwupgrade.it might be able to help. The forum is computer-related, but there are plenty of electronic types who frequent it. Good luck if you don't speak Italian though...

Funny thing: a Google search for that brand returns this thread as the first result blink.gif there's also a forum thread where someone says the meter requires a 22.5V battery (???) to run the protection system, and two AAs to run the rest of it. Weird blink.gif


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