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« on: March 27, 2016, 07:48:58 pm »
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I need a picture of the pin connector connecting the coil to the circuit board on an old Garrett AT3 beach hunter.  I have loose wires at the connector and am not sure where to put them.  Looking at the back of the circuit board from left to right the order of the old connector appears to have been red, black, shield(bare copper) and then white.  Is this correct?  It just seems odd to me looking at the soldered connections on the circuit board.  Thanks so much for the help if anyone has one of these old detectors still around.

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« Reply #1 on: March 27, 2016, 10:40:17 pm »
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Hi and welcome to the forum
It will be a good idea if you post Clear pictures of the circuit board (both sides)
and also of the connector.
I am sure that someone know all about it. if not the pics will help our techs to work it out for you


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If you live in the US, a toll free phone call will get you all the help you need directly from Garrett. If you live outside the US, e-mail works. They are very helpful.

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