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Old 09-26-2019, 09:12 PM   #1
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Default Restoring a HP 3466A DMM... Where to get banana jack with fuseholder?

I got an old HP 3466A DMM. My second only True RMS DMM.

This DMM is in fairly rough shape. The buttons are pretty messed up, but that's somewhat straightforward. However it's missing the current measurement jack that holds the fuse. Where could I get one of these ... or perhaps jury rig something that would work as such?

Looks like people have had the same question in the past, probably will need to jury rig. It's HP PN 5060-7455 ...

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Old 09-27-2019, 08:40 AM   #2
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Default Re: Restoring a HP 3466A DMM... Where to get banana jack with fuseholder?

And just as a rant... I know why they have shrouded banana plugs, I just hate them because it obsolete old banana jacks until you cut them off...aaaahhh... need a set of probes without shrouds...

... and this DMM uses a lead acid battery... interesting... unfortunately the battery is well past sulfated now.
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