Repair

Opening the XP MI-6. What’s inside the probe in pictures

Here’s a photo report of the XP MI-6 pinpointer dismantling. Surely these pictures will be useful for those who’ll decide to repair their units by themselves. Let me remind you: the XP MI-6 is wireless, and for the time being is considered to be the technologically most advanced pinpointer in the world. By the way, do you agree with this? Continue reading

XP Deus Accessories you didn’t know about

There exist the XP Deus accessories that you never knew before. These are the small plastic items that are greatly helpful in simplifying your life with the XP Deus. For instance, the owners of this machine know how disappointing the coil charging clip is – the plastic springs break down, the pins get bent or broken. But hold off on spending money on original parts. Take a look at these homemade products instead. Continue reading

Opening the Quest Q40. What’s inside the machine

When I saw the pictures of the Minelab Go-Find dismantling, I said to myself that something had changed in new detectors. The mere Minelab Go-Find screen can make MD manufacturers, with their technologies from the ’90s (and even older), feel ashamed. The Quest Q40 has a new tech screen as well. In fact, this machine’s interior looks better than most modern machines. Take a look and give me your opinion on: does the future belong to technology or will the oldest vacuum tube detector remain in operation? Continue reading

XP Deus Coil Battery Replacement. Repair in 5 minutes

How to tear down the XP Deus coil in order to replace the battery? The whole process will take about 5 minutes. And it’s even without being in a hurry, with consideration of all the details. Remember that it’s not difficult to open the bottom of the coil, but you should pay due attention to providing the latter with a proper seal afterwards, to prevent moisture penetration. Otherwise you will get more serious problems than an ordinary battery replacement. Continue reading

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