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  1. #14
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    Yeah there great to have got one on the key chain and one in the truck got mine from the grundfos rep

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    Thanks puff-noeyebrows that would be great.

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    Pm me with your address and I will send you one Monday.

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    I want one!
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    One trick I have used to check for AC magnetic fields is to take a Hall current probe, hold it open, and wave it around the motor or whatever. You can't get a quantitative measurement out of it but you can check for current in the windings without even removing the cover. (Particularly well shielded motors and transformers might not give any measurable magnetic field, but you probably won't see any in HVAC.)

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    Viessman gave them away when we had training for their boilers... Cept th writing is in German!

    Sent from my SGH-I747M using Tapatalk 4 Beta

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