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rled2005

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About rled2005

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    Southwest Oregon
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    Motorcycles, metal detecting(goldtecting), fishing, guitars, golf, classic vehicles...
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    Minelab Equinox 800, Whites TDI SL, Whites GMX Sport, Highbanker sluice.

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  1. I tried their facebook page, hoping someone still comes back to it once in awhile.
  2. Not sure if I'll be making any adjustments at this time. Good to know which I can adjust and for what. I got a deal on this Lobo S.T. So I figure that I'll keep it. I have a soft spot for Tesoro's. The big box El Dorado was my first detector, which I kept for 30 years. It served me well, was a bit sensitive to EMF though.
  3. I believe that they will stay as they are. The Super Traq has 2 pots and one push button on the circuit board itself. If I was very curious enough to adjust the pots, I would definitely mark their position before hand. But I’m not that curious. Thanks for the reply!
  4. The question is what is it for? It's on the circuit board inside the housing.
  5. Why would that be on the circuit board inside the housing?
  6. There’s a momentary push button that I was most curious about.
  7. Does anyone know what the pots and push button on the circuit board of the Tesoro Lobo for?
  8. What’s the value these days as it is?
  9. I’m not much of a coin shooter these days. Looks heavy.
  10. I saw this for sale with Explorer XS detector. Not sure if it’s worth pursuing?
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