Parts of Analog Multitester?

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The parts of an analog multitester include test leads, a meter, electrical components, and adjustment dials. These are the visible parts. Electrical currents travel through the test leads and through wires in order to get a reading. The purpose of a multitester is to measure voltage and live electrical wires. The dials on the front can be used to adjust the current level to the estimated or listed wattage for a specific calibration. The meter on the front measures several strengths and wattages.
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