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- Install a fresh 9-volt alkaline battery (not included) in the receiver.
- 2)Plug the TRANSMITTER into a live wall outlet (see Figure 1A) or a light socket adapter (Kit sold separately) (see Figure 1B) on the circuit you wish to identify. If the circuit is not yet connected to a wall outlet or light socket, plug the TRANSMITTER into the Alligator Lead adaptor (Kit sold separately) and clip the leads to the wires. Once the TRANSMITTER is connected to the circuit, the LED will glow, indicating your power.
- 3)Turn the RECEIVER power ON by pressing the power button once. The RECEIVER will beep and t he arrow will flash. The LED above the button will remain on ( see Figure 3). You do not need to hold the power button down to run the test.
- 4)At the breaker or fuse box, hold the RECEIVER PERPENDICULAR to the breakers. With the power on, scan the rows of breakers from top to bottom (see Figure 3). During this scan, the RECEIVER may beep and flash as several breakers. This is a normal part of the identification process. When you have completed one scan of all of the breakers, go back to the first breaker and, without touching the power button, scan them all a second time. When the receiver beeps and the arrow flashes during the second scan, you have correctly identified the circuit.
- 5)When you have finished, turn t he RECEIVER off by pressing and holding the power button until the LED above the button turns off. Beeping and flashing of the RECEIVER during the shutdown is normal. The RECEIVER will also turn itself off after several minutes of inactivity. Always remember to unplug the TRANSMITTER when you have finished.