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    I would like to know what tools i should buy at startup, i have guages. Im just wandering if i should buy an ir thermometer, or a regular clamp one and what brand. any other insight is appreciated. Also what are some other good tools to buy to start out.

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    You should probably post this in the General discussion. You will get alot more input there. I personally hardly ever look in Residential.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jhaymes2006 View Post
    I would like to know what tools i should buy at startup, i have guages. Im just wandering if i should buy an ir thermometer, or a regular clamp one and what brand. any other insight is appreciated. Also what are some other good tools to buy to start out.
    Spend as much of your budget as you can on a good multimeter I prefer fluke but there are other brands out there you just don't want any of those

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    Quote Originally Posted by mustardman View Post
    Spend as much of your budget as you can on a good multimeter I prefer fluke but there are other brands out there you just don't want any of those
    X2. And as jp said get a good clamp on thermometer.
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    Cooper makes a decent clamp also but I prefer the Fluke.

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