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  1. #16
    si
    Nov 2017
    Countryside
    2x DBP2010, eeTH, M4, GCM
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    I use to have an old JNA mine sweeper. The machine was a strange version of a BFO, but very stabile, reliable and robust non the less. The "probe" had some 2 to 3 kg of weight, way too much for a day of hunting. It had no discrimination at all, depth wise was somewhere in the Garrett ACE 250 range, but the snsitivity for shallow targets was unbelivable, it was able to report a small piece of tiny hair-diameter wire. Intresting, but not a hobby detector.

  2. #17
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    us
    Aug 2017
    Northern Virginia
    AT MAX/AT PRO/Garrett Pro Pointer,NEL Attack Coil, Lesche diggers, and the custom made in the USA Freeloader Pack Mule Pouch!
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    After 38 years in the military I have two words for you if you plan on getting a military detector...."Customer Service"
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  3. #18
    si
    Nov 2017
    Countryside
    2x DBP2010, eeTH, M4, GCM
    123
    127 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    You are absolutley right. Since i built all my machines i have no customer service problem (though i do miss blameing somone else for my mistakes...). Very old detectors are rather simple to fix, even though most elements are obsolete properly chosen modern substitute usually works. Modern devices with high integration, custom designed ICs and fairly protected software are quite a different pair of shoes.

  4. #19
    Mr

    Feb 2013
    Tochtepelt
    Garrett gti 2500, ace 150, whites eagle 2, Xp deus
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    hi, i have a problem with mine, when i turn it on after a few seconds it marks a code error in leds tha are 2 6 8 10 12 and 14, do you know anything about it? any help is welcome, thanks

    Is a vmc1 vallon detector
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  5. #20
    Charter Member
    us
    Aug 2019
    Maryland
    MineLab
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    Not sure but "4" is missing.

 

 
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