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Keith Leppert has a new website set up for his Detector Center Metal detector repair business https://www.detectorrepair.com 

Keith currently is servicing both Minelab and Detector Pro products. It’s a nice website, with some explanation of out of warranty service costs, plus online parts sales. Check it out, and I will point Keith here for any feedback you all may have.

Minelab Detector Parts Diagrams

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On 9/21/2018 at 3:45 PM, Steve Herschbach said:

Keith Leppert has a new website set up for his Detector Center Metal detector repair business https://www.detectorrepair.com 

Keith currently is servicing both Minelab and Detector Pro products. It’s a nice website, with some explanation of out of warranty service costs, plus online parts sales. Check it out, and I will point Keith here for any feedback you all may have.

Minelab Detector Parts Diagrams

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I see they have a replacement LCD screen for the CTX for $175 plus labor.  The factory screen on the Etrac is so low-contrast, I'll bet a lot of people (including me) would be willing to pay for a better one.  

Also seems to have a good assortment of useful odds and ends for Minelab detectors--coil nuts and bolds, straps and seals, endcaps, etc.

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