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  1. Plonker 3
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    Does anyone know where you can purchase a Metrel charger for the 3002 model. Some doughnut on site decided to throw mine away.

    I have seen one online but I'm not too sure it's a metrel version and I am a little anal about using third party products on just about anything I own.
     
  2. Paul.M
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    Alright Dilb, have a word with Test-Meter, send them a PM? Beside I'm going over to see them this week to get my MFT calibrated, I'll ask and see what they can do for you :wink:
     
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  3. chrisg1979
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    What about Metrel themselves?
    They aren't all that far from you (Wakefield) and from what I am led to believe they are easy to deal with :)
     
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  4. Plonker 3
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    Cheers will try both of them on Monday, just wondered of anyone had a similar problem before as want it sorting ASAP as don't fancy forking out £9 every time for a set of batteries.
     
  5. Murdoch
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    Murdoch Electrician's Arms

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    Defo try test meter, that's where I last bought one!
     
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  6. Richard Burns
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    You can take the batteries out and charge them in a normal battery charger, I have found that they are charged much better that way (but usually can't be bothered to remove them until they start playing up.:smile5:)
     
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