XLT VDI reads 95 - do you dig or ignore?
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    Dec 2005
    Richmond Indiana
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    XLT VDI reads 95 - do you dig or ignore?

    I have three years with my XLT. On occasion, I get a consistant 95 reading. I've read that this means the ID of the target is indefinite. I've always just skipped past such targets. The few I've dug were trash. Any thoughts?

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    Re: XLT VDI reads 95 - do you dig or ignore?

    This is what is wrong with screens. The target could be trash again, then again it might not be. If you just went by the sound you would dig it and be happy.
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    Aug 2007
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    Re: XLT VDI reads 95 - do you dig or ignore?

    The book says if its 95 and deep dig it- shallow= probably trash

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    Mar 2007
    Culinay Institute of America, NY
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    Re: XLT VDI reads 95 - do you dig or ignore?

    But if it's deep, it could be a coin sometimes, especcially if you hear a high sound and you can pinpoint

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    Dec 2006
    Central Kentucky
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    Re: XLT VDI reads 95 - do you dig or ignore?

    I had a solid hit 95 last year. The machine was screaming! So I checked it out and to my surprise it got a faint pinpoint at 10 inches. I dug and to my amazement came out a 1778 Reale! I dont recall in 10 years getting a sound and number that good! The other times I got a 95 it was a choppy sound and had the rust smear on the bar graph. I always check them and until my coin find (of a lifetime) they were all big deep iron. But always remember when your not sure DIG IT!!!!

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