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« on: January 24, 2011, 08:27:01 pm »
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Hi all,
        I have a whites xlt that I bought at an auction About 6 months ago and it has been bustin my chops trying to figure it out. Did'nt understand the manual and no one around where I live is into metal detecting. Crazy I finally found this site that has a couple of pages of tips for the xlt written in a language even I can understand. I even put in two custom programs and can't wait to try them out. If anyone needs some tips on the xlt the link is below. I am not as dumb as I thunk I is.   Idiot

                                         

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