Electrical Troubleshooting Kit

$ 129.4
Electrical Troubleshooting Kit
Empowers the homeowner to solve electrical mysteries
Preempt disasters & saves money
Stock Number Item Description Availability Price Order Qty
07S16.02 Electrical Troubleshooting Kit

Available 09/08/2016

$129.40

Every home develops electrical problems from time to time. It's inevitable. Sometimes it's easy to diagnose and fix: bad circuit breaker or frayed lamp cord. But other times it is a puzzler. We have put together a simple kit of the types of testing tools that pros use to help figure it all out:

1. A Transmitter/Tester that, when plugged into an outlet, will tell you if it is wired properly and safely grounded (Including GFI water sensing outlets).

2. A Circuit Breaker Finder that communicates with the transmitter (above) to pinpoint which breaker controls that outlet.(No more yelling from room to room!)

3. A Continuity Tester/Wire Tracer to test any cords (electrical, speaker wires, device cords, etc.) to check whether there is a break somewhere in the wire. Also used to trace the matching ends of cables that often get mixed up going through walls.

4. An AC Voltage Detector to confirm that an outlet wire has current flowing through it.

This kit turns you into an empowered homeowner allowing you to be confident about the nature of the problem so you can decide to tackle it or call someone in. It comes in a neat storage pouch, with clear directions and batteries.

For a limited time, we are offering a Free Curved-Bladed Work Knife with every order for the Troubleshooting Kit - a $14.95 value

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  • Cautionary note

    Chris , 8/27/2016 I don't own this but I do have an extech tester. What should have been noted is to NEVER use the continuity tester on live (energised) circuits as there is a risk of electric shock and or equipment damage. I see it says it on the tester but it cannot be emphasized enough, You can do a double check by turning off the breaker at the panel to kill the sender. I have one made by a different firm and have had no trouble with signal bleed or going to the wrong breaker.
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