My multimeter won't turn on after high voltage spike
I was measuring the voltage of a small fly swatter racket so I could modify it and make a lantern bug zapper thing, so I barely tapped the button to attempt to produce a smaller voltage, and I expected it to be around 280 to 400v, but my meter just shut off and now it won't turn back on. It is a barn star DT9205A from Tractor supply with a CAT ll 600v rating on the bottom left. Note it looks NOTHING like the picture I selected. It is a big 10 inch long meter with resistance test, ac and DC voltage up to 600v, capacitance test up to 200 μF, and an ac and DC current test up to 10A. Please help soon as this is my only multimeter!
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