Little Known Repair Tips for Your Metal Detector

Are you into a metal detecting hobby? If so, it is important that you know how to repair your very own metal detector to avoid additional expenses.
By: MetalDetectorReviews
May 21, 2010 - PRLog -- You never know how much repair shops will charge these days. Besides, you are not even sure of the quality of service they can provide.

Xaviera Arata Editor of the  Metal Detector Reviews  website -- -- pointed out;

“…So it is best to start learning how to repair your own metal detector to save more of your money and earn more from your metal detecting finds…” Added Xaviera Arata

To get you started, here are some do-it-yourself repair tips for your metal detector.

1. Non-functioning search heads

If you have a non-functional search head, try to analyze the condition. Check for any mud or dirt sticking on your metal detector's search head.

If it is full of dirt, try to clean it up with a WD40. Squirt the dirt out by applying the solution abundantly on the bottom and top of the search head. It will be much easier now to remove the mud. You can also use this solution in cleaning your wellies.

By keeping your metal detector's search head and wellies free from mud you can use them for a longer period of time.

2. Store your batteries when not in use

In order to avoid any battery-related problems with your metal detector, it is best to stash them in the "fridge" when not in use. By doing this your batteries will last longer.

However, remember to place them on a lukewarm "radiator" an hour before you start metal detecting. This will give your batteries the opportunity to revive their functions.

3. Turn it off

Always turn off your metal detector before repairing it. This is to avoid any further dilemma. Best of all, try to avoid starting your repairs right after you have used your metal detector. Let the parts cool down before you start touching them.

4. Find a reliable repair shop

If you cannot do simple repairs on your metal detector, find a reliable repair shop. This way you avoid spending more on repair charges. Plus, you can be sure that your metal detector is in good hands.

Indeed, you can fix or repair your metal detector without having to spend hundreds of dollars on repair charges or lengthy restoration, thereby, curbing your metal detecting.

“…Just try to remember these repair tips for your metal detector and you will surely solve the minor problems without the mess…” Added Xaviera Arata

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