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hi i have recentley acquired a c and g wildfire and would like to know if any one has used one and how to set up please.

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« Reply #1 on: May 02, 2018, 04:01:46 pm »
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   eMMMMM   What is a C and G Wild Fire ?

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sorry my mistake it was supposed to be C and G WILDCAT. vlf machine. i beleive one of the origional designers went on to start the tesoro range of detectors

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« Reply #3 on: May 03, 2018, 11:26:21 am »
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   I knew the Tesoro History but nothing about that machine.  Did find this bit of info on another forum you may find helpful.  https://metaldetectingforum.com/showthread.php?t=119506

Posted on: May 03, 2018, 11:12:34 am
As for setting in up to run :

Looks to be simple enough.  

 Preset sensitivity in mid point.  This can be adjusted later to suit ground conditions.  May need to Lower to achieve  proper Ground Balance.  

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Disc Control to Normal.

Lower  and raise the Coil to a few inches from the Ground.  If threshold Rises approaching the ground Turn Ground Control Left 1/4 turn .  If threshold Lowers Turn Ground Control Right 1/4 turn.  Repeat the process until Little to NO change is noted raising and lowering the Coil.  

Tuning:   While Pressing the button with coil a few inches from the ground set tuning to desired Threshold level.  Release button.   Threshold should lock at set level.  While hunting if the threshold should rise or lower , raise coil to waste level away from metal and Press and hold button for a second or two and it should return to your set level.  

** If you have ever used a Older Garret VLF your going to feel right at home.  





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