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Makro Kruzer / Multi Kruzer User's Manual-note A Few Changes Have Occurred

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Kruzer_Detector_User_Manual_EN.pdf

https://www.makrodedektor.com/dosyalar/Kruzer_Detector_User_Manual_EN.pdf

Note: Manual has had a few changes since this link above posted here initially.  I don't know what the changes were specifically.

My posting what I have here, based on a good source, actual proofreader for Makro/Nokta as far as their manual go. Gent does a great job too.

This I copied from another site where this gent is broadcasting about this issue.

TallTom Wrote:
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> As posted on the main Kruzer announcement thread (
> by Rustic Charm), the Kruzer User Manual has
> been posted at:

> https://www.makrodedektor.com/dosyalar/Kruzer_De
> tector_User_Manual_EN.pdf

> For those who downloaded it on Feb. 7 or 8, I reco
> mmend you download it again.
> It has been updated.  In fact, I just emailed anot
> her suggested fix to Dilek, so it
> might get another update quickly.  (We'll see if s
> he agrees with my change.)

 

 

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Thanks for posting the info here, TNSS!

You saved me the time and trouble.

 

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8 hours ago, TallTom said:

Thanks for posting the info here, TNSS!

You saved me the time and trouble.

 

You are quite welcome.

You do some great work on the manuals Tom.  The reason why Imo Nokta/Makro is near or leading the pack with overall quality of manuals produced for their detectors.

 

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I can only take a tiny bit of credit for the Nokta/Makro manuals.

They write the manuals and I suggest a few clarifications and find a few typos and errors.  Not many.

So they get 99.9 percent of the credit.  I'll accept 0.1 percent or so.

  --Tom

 

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I reported a fix on the frequency shift function as the draft stopped short of actually telling you how to change it.  I'd have to review the rest of the new one to see what else changed.  They do a great job on their manuals IMHO.

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The manual was updated again on Feb. 12.

Download it again to make sure you have the most recent version.

I'm trying to verify if another change is needed.  See the post I just made 5 minutes ago on the Dankowski forum if you want to see the details.  It involves the number of lines displayed when you use the Notch feature as shown in the example in the second paragraph of page 17.  The manual says 4, but I think it's 3.  I'd be happy for any Kruzer testers to try the example and let me know.

 

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