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I found this after watching the video. It seems to be similar to the circuit you purchased but could be worth a shot.http://www.vwlowen.co.uk/arduino/current/current.htm
Dude, this is exactly what I needed! Thanks for the help!!
What you could be seeing is the fact that you are connected with wire clips and jumper pins. Try it again with a good soldered joint. Just banging the chip around you are shaking the temporary connections and that alone can cause erratic readings.
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