I have a simple breadboard setup with my multimeter inserted to measure the current. I'm trying to see current changes from different resistors. No matter what resistor I seem to put, the current doesn't change. Is this because nothing is drawing charge? (does this have anything to do with the law conservation of charge?)
I'm trying to get the current right on my circuit before I hook it up to a little motor. I can't hook up my motor until I get the current right so I have nothing to hook up to my circuit to draw current. Is there a way I can cause a circuit to draw current so I can correctly read reduced voltages? Or could something else be wrong?
(I was using a rechargeable lithium ion 9volt and then switched to a regular one to see if that was it. But a lithium ion power source shouldn't effect current right?)