I'm a bit confused about reading current on a breadboard using a multimeter (I'm a complete beginner with electronics).
I'm using a self-powered breadboard which should deliver 5V / 1A. Multimeter is a Fluke 87V.
Voltage is OK, but when trying to read current on a simple circuit with no component (voltage out -> multimeter -> ground), the multimeter starts by giving a reading of ~2A, continuously decreasing (even below 1A).
When placing a single resistor on the circuit, the reading is perfectly correct, based on the resistor value, and stays stable.
So is this something normal (then why), or am I doing something wrong / missing something?