A continuity test tells us whether two things are electrically connected: if something is continuous, an electric current can flow freely from one end to the other.
If there's no continuity, it means there is a break somewhere in the circuit. This could indicate anything from a blown fuse or bad solder joint to an incorrectly wired circuit.
Continuity is one of the most useful tests for electronics repair.
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