easily troubleshoot your metal detector yes with ease

 

 

 

Troubleshooting your detectorThere are some common issues that many hobbyists experience that are universal to all makes and models of metal detectors. Here are a few proven remedies to some of these common symptoms.
SYMPTOM SOLUTION

No power

1. Ensure batteries are installed in the correct position.
2. Replace all old batteries with all new batteries.

Erratic sounds or Target ID
cursor movement

1. Ensure your searchcoil is securely connected and the coil is tightly wound around the stem
2. Ensure you are not using the detector indoors or where excessive amounts of metal are found
3. Reduce your sensitivity setting
4. Determine if you are close to other metal detectors or other metal structures such as electrical power lines, wire fences, benches, etc.

(NOTE: Iron targets may cause erratic sounds or Target ID Cursor movement. You can identify iron targets in an All-Metal Mode)

Intermittent Signals: Intermittent signals typically mean you’ve probably found a deeply buried target or one that is positioned at a difficult angle for your detector to read. Increase the sensitivity on your detector and scan from different directions until the signal becomes more definite. In the case of multiple targets switch to the All-Metal Mode or press PINPOINT to precisely locate all targets.(NOTE: Iron targets may cause Intermittent Signals. You can identify iron targets in an All-Metal Mode).

I’m not finding specific targets: Ensure you are using the correct mode for the type of hunting you are doing. If you are hunting for coins, ensure you are in the COINS mode. You may also use the All-Metal mode, which detects all metal targets to ensure desired targets are present.
Target ID Cursor bounces: If your Target ID Cursor bounces erratically, chances are you’ve found a trash target. However, a Target ID Cursor may bounce if a good target (such as a coin) is not parallel to the searchcoil (e.g. on edge). It may also bounce if there is one or multiple “junk” targets laying next to the good target. Scan from different directions until your Target ID Cursor becomes more stable.

 

top 10 best selling metal detectors 2013 most popular metal detector

Top 10 Best Selling Most popular Metal Detectors in 2013 are :

1- Garrett Ace 250 Metal Detector

2- Garrett AT Pro Metal Detector

3- Garrett Ace 150 Metal Detector

4- Garrett Ace 350 Metal Detector

5- Garrett GTI 2500 Metal Detector

6- Garrett Infinium ls Metal Detector

7- Tesoro Vaquero Metal Detector

8- Tesoro Cibola Metal Detector

9- Tesoro Outlaw Metal Detector

10- Tesoro Tejon Metal Detector

And the best selling most popular pinpointer is

Garrett Pro-Pointer

code of ethics for metal detectorists

Metal Detectorist Code of Ethics

  1. Always check federal, state, county and local laws before searching. It is your responsibility to “know the law.”
  2. Abide by all laws, ordinances or regulations that may govern your search or the area you will be in.
  3. Never trespass. Always obtain permission prior to entering private property, mineral claims, or underwater salvage leases.
  4. Do not damage, deface, destroy, or vandalize any property (including: ghost towns and deserted structures), and never tamper with any equipment at the site.
  5. Never litter. Always pack out what you take in, and remove all trash dug in your search.
  6. Fill all holes, regardless how remote the location, and never dig in a way that will damage, be damaging to, or kill any vegetation.
  7. Do not build fires, camp or park in non-designated or restricted areas.
  8. Leave all gates and other accesses to land as found.
  9. Never contaminate wells, creeks, or any other water supplies.
  10. Be courteous, considerate, and thoughtful at all times.
  11. Report the discovery of any items of historic significance to the local historical society or proper authorities.
  12. Uphold all finders, search and salvage agreements.
  13. Promote responsible historical research and artifact recovery, and the sharing of knowledge with others.