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« on: June 02, 2010, 09:51:26 am »
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I am trying to download the schematic from the 3rd frame down for the Judge 1 and it doesn't work.
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« Reply #1 on: June 18, 2010, 08:07:56 pm »
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Here's one to try.

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« Reply #2 on: June 18, 2010, 11:07:40 pm »
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hi i am new here i would like to have a schematic diagram for coinmaster 6000/d metal detector would you mind thaks

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« Reply #3 on: June 19, 2010, 04:03:15 am »
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Good luck with that. Here's what I have. I hope it's what you're looking for.

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« Reply #4 on: June 20, 2010, 09:19:52 am »
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Another pdf "modified schematic" file of 6000/D was posted here also . I am looking for it now .

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Hello morgane and Everyone . What series did you need ? 1,2,3 ?
Here are a few more schematics below :

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« Reply #5 on: September 21, 2010, 06:42:47 am »
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Hi Eugene and everyone Smiley haha,

just wondering if you have a diagram for the white coinmaster 6/DB, and just a question for you theses potentiometers in the coinmaster 6/DB & coinmaster 6000/D series2 HM are they log or linear ones and how do i view your collections of schematics Smiley .

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Hi Eugene and everyone Smiley haha,

just wondering if you have a diagram for the white coinmaster 6/DB, and just a question for you theses potentiometers in the coinmaster 6/DB & coinmaster 6000/D series2 HM are they log or linear ones and how do i view your collections of schematics Smiley .


No one is holding out on you, mate. If we had one, we would have posted it. So far, in this thread alone, 6 different schematics have been posted. Download them and see if one is close.

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« Reply #7 on: September 22, 2010, 03:48:08 am »
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Hi GoldDigger!

Did i say Eugene is holding out on me, i take it you have had a stressfull day and miss read of what i asked.  Wink

 

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Did i say Eugene is holding out on me, i take it you have had a stressfull day and miss read of what i asked.  Wink


No misreading and no stressful day. Stick to your day job.

I commented as I did because of the number of places you have asked for the same or similar information. In fact, aside from this reply, every one of your posts here has been asking for just about the same thing. Not only do you need information on the first machine you had but you went out and got two more which also need schematics. I get the idea that you're not a technician either so after you get them you're probably going to start endless threads about how to fix them.

So far, several different schematics for that very model have been posted here but for some reason they're not good enough. Believe it or not, nobody is holding out on you. Yes, I said it again. It has to be said. You can rest assured that asking ONCE will do the job. There's no need to make a career out of asking about the schematic.

You might have noticed that I am a moderator on these forums. I will now also tell you that there are several of us who are very competent in the area of the design and function of metal detectors. My job as moderator is twofold. One, I help to keep things on an even keel here. Two, I try to do my best to see that each user is helped. It becomes difficult to help you if you post the same question in several places. If someone DOES happen to post the exact schematic you need, chances are good that YOU will find it because you can see replies to your own posts. The poor guys who are looking around for you might not see the correct schematic and post another in some other place. In other words, you are causing others to waste their time for no reason.

Let me now direct you to a very helpful site. Judging by your posts, it may not help you but a technical person would love it.

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Sign up there and when you are a full member (free) you can search on White's Electronics in Sweet Home, Oregon and see every last patent ever applied for or granted to them. Your machine will be there. Good luck.

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« Reply #9 on: September 24, 2010, 02:46:32 am »
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WOWW! you wrote me a letter!  Wink

Awsome just shows you realy care! 
Yes i did asked of infomation that is similar, and yes 80% of people do ask of the same information that is similar (regardless of the brand name) as the outlay of these metal detectors havent changed all that much over the years (white coinmaster 6 series) but there are changes and there are mods as well.

No iam not a technician i havent got a special peace of paper that says iam certified to fry something before i do some research about it "try before you fry".

The reason as you should be aware as stated above it isnt that they arnt good enuff it's just though's rotten patents that alter or add ajustments to there block diagrams to try to improve things thats why i added patent numbers to help things alone.

And no i didnt take the awarness that you are a moderator of theses forums i dont use the website all that much and this is reinforced of the fact iam not a full memeber yet!
and yes it good that there are several that are competent in this erea it dosnt hurt to ask of advise thats how we learn and gather more knowlage!!

And iam sorry that i ask of the same infomation over and over again its a bit monotonies isnt it.

Thankyou for redirecting me to a helpful site must mean your a helpful person as stated in your reply, MMMMmm i did sate patent numbers didnt i, fundamental things arn't they  Great

a joke "what do you get when you cross a resistor with a capacitor", answer "foil".

Oh my day job yah iam a taxi driver, i drive alsorts of people around dosnt mean iam incompetent.

But there is one thing "i can't spell" to good though its a shame you didnt pick this up in my posting.

But hay i forgive you as iam not one to hold a grugg but knowlage and were i dont i ask!



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