That's really not what I was thinking. I was thinking more of sledge hammer and small parts. But that would be sacrilege. The clock could have been saved, so 50 years and still not ticking.
Ahh, well, the distinction isn't "cheap" vs. "expensive" with respect to whether they have a clamp meter or not. They make cheap and expensive versions of both. They do different things.Not sure I completely follow, My meter for an example has an amp clamp to measure amperage, Or are you referring to a typical cheap meter without an amp clamp?
This is how I fixed my GT clock.
I used a battery charger when I rewired my GT to test all the circuits. That way there was enough power to test switches, lights etc but not enough to fry anything if there were an issue.That's what I was thinking Thanks Gordon
I'll need to use the battery then with a fuse, my plug in deal is only 1A