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    Converted to fluke

    Well after countless beatings about bein a UEI guy i finally broke down and got a couple fluke meters, and i must say i am changed. I took my UEI DL389back cause i had some issues with it, the guys at my local supply house let me change it out for a fluke 902, and i love it . The week after christmas i also purchased a fluke 52-2. It is one of the best thermocouple thermometers ive ever used, sturdy, fast and accurate.
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    I dont install leaks, i just fix em

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    Quote Originally Posted by KLEINman View Post
    Well after countless beatings about bein a UEI guy i finally broke down and got a couple fluke meters, and i must say i am changed. I took my UEI DL389back cause i had some issues with it, the guys at my local supply house let me change it out for a fluke 902, and i love it . The week after christmas i also purchased a fluke 52-2. It is one of the best thermocouple thermometers ive ever used, sturdy, fast and accurate.
    you get an ATTA BOY!!
    Gotta have the right tool for the job!

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    licking your fingers and applying them to a circuit would be more acurate than a UEI

    could i borrow that 52-2 you got??
    If Guns Kill People, Do Pencils Misspell Words?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pascone10 View Post
    you get an ATTA BOY!!
    Haha your funny, after seein that 289 read that high of voltage in the garage i now realize how off they were, UEI that is. Now you gotta invest in the 52-2, i know you wanna be just like me
    I dont install leaks, i just fix em

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    Quote Originally Posted by KLEINman View Post
    Haha your funny, after seein that 289 read that high of voltage in the garage i now realize how off they were, UEI that is. Now you gotta invest in the 52-2, i know you wanna be just like me
    lol you're funny indeed
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    Quote Originally Posted by beachtech View Post
    licking your fingers and applying them to a circuit would be more acurate than a UEI

    could i borrow that 52-2 you got??
    I LOVE that thing, kinda hard to justify payin that much for a thermometer, ill just try not to look at the bill lol. And as for borrowin it, that thing will only leave my veto with my hand around it
    I dont install leaks, i just fix em

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    You made 2 good purchases IMO,now go get some dirt on them things.... They are to new lookin.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrL_Brann View Post
    You made 2 good purchases IMO,now go get some dirt on them things.... They are to new lookin.
    let them meters ride around in the back of your's or mine truck's for a day, and theyll loook ancient
    If Guns Kill People, Do Pencils Misspell Words?

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    Before we work on artificial intelligence why don't we do something about natural stupidity?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrL_Brann View Post
    You made 2 good purchases IMO,now go get some dirt on them things.... They are to new lookin.

    I like to keep my tools spotless, although the 902 i got today and the 52-2 is only a week old, they will get dirty. Soon they will be seasoning well
    I dont install leaks, i just fix em

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    I love fluke. Every time I try something else, I end up buying fluke down the road. Ive got some fieldpiece stuff thats practically brand new and im still swapping it out for fluke.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KLEINman View Post
    Well after countless beatings about bein a UEI guy i finally broke down and got a couple fluke meters, and i must say i am changed. I took my UEI DL389back cause i had some issues with it, the guys at my local supply house let me change it out for a fluke 902, and i love it . The week after christmas i also purchased a fluke 52-2. It is one of the best thermocouple thermometers ive ever used, sturdy, fast and accurate.
    I've been a fluke tech for a decade. Wouldn't switch at any price!

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    I am a Fluke acholic. Get yourself the magnet hanging strap for the Fluke 52-2 works great and frees up your hands. I use my 52 on ever job weather it be a furnace boiler or Ac or what ever two Fluke pipe clamps also and anything else that goes along with it. Next get a Fluke 116. Here is just some of my stuff.

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    Here is a just updated picture of my Fluke collection.

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