Sorry for what may be a super rookie question.
I have a Klein MM1000 multimeter. http://www.kleintools.com/catalog/discontinued-products/manual-ranging-multimeter
When I use the tool's 1.5 V battery mode on the 1.5V battery, I get about 1.5 V - as expected.
When I use the tool's 20V / 2V DC mode, I get "1", which, according to online, means the I've exceeded the voltage range.
I really just wanted to test my car battery, but I could not get a good reading there either.
Could the tool be broken or am I misusing it?
Thanks in advance.
Update - I also tested the fuses using the multimeter itself and they had connectivity, so I don't think it's a blown fuse. I ended up just using the battery function of the multimeter to test my car battery, even though it was only 9 and 2V options (car batter is supposed to be about 12-13 V, mine was at 10). However I still don't understand why I couldn't just use the 20V DC option. Perhaps I need to take it up with the manufacturer.