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 Non-Repeating Signals?

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Coinguy19
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PostSubject: Non-Repeating Signals?   Mon Aug 25, 2008 2:02 pm

I usually don't dig any non-repeating signals I come across when detecting. However, I started thinking about what I could be missing and what could be the cause of them. I set up a test area of sorts, with a coin surrounded by some "trash" and got the same non-repeating signal. What do you do if you come across a non-repeater? Can you lower the sensitivity or something in order to find the good target? Or do you just dig it as is? Any help is appreciated.
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PostSubject: Re: Non-Repeating Signals?   Tue Aug 26, 2008 2:01 pm

Try sweeping your coil from several different directions, if that doesn't work, move over a few feet, start sweeping new ground, then when your machine re sets, go back to where you got the non repeating signal. It seems to work 4 me, I think the computer in the machine might be stuck, and needs the new ground to reset, try it !! Rich.
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