The wires are not tight, it is really a mess. Would I be able to connect one lead to the chassie of the console as ground? I was looking at the Fluke Networks pro3000.My Fluke 3000 tone and probe set will do it, but depending how tightly packed the wires are, distinguishing the hot one might be hard. If you choose a wire that is not it, and adjective the volume on the probe so it is quiet, you can probably discriminate the hot wire.
Yes, I would expect it to work but would still recomend the procedure I outlined to improve discrimination. Also, if you can afford the extra money for the filtered probe, it's worth it. The normal probe is definitely harder to use with smaller signals due to AC power line hum which is everywhere.The wires are not tight, it is really a mess. Would I be able to connect one lead to the chassie of the console as ground? I was looking at the Fluke Networks pro3000.
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