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« on: September 02, 2017, 09:39:44 pm »
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Hello,
     My uncle recently gave me his phantom metal detector by Richard ray 80'. He showed me but my niece messed with all the controls. I can't wait to start posting things I find. Can u help

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« Reply #1 on: September 03, 2017, 07:43:30 am »
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   Welcome to the forum from New Mexico.   Those ole Troy Detectors were Top of the line.  Do you have the Manual for it ?  If not Post a photo of the controls and we can get you going.  The Phantom is some what a True Phantom .  There was only a handful of them made and documentation is hard to come by.

The guy who made them originated out of Tesoro Detectors as a side line.  Went independent, went bust and I think ? ?? Is tied with Fisher Detectors at this time.  Don't know for sure.  

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Welcome from Oregon!    Welcome   I never had a Phantom...  always wanted one!  Good luck with getting it reset!

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