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Old 11-12-2013, 07:23 PM
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Originally Posted by mws_1984 View post
I haven't been hunting in like 2 years. When I wrapped things up I just put my detector in closet. Batteries removed of course. Now is there anything else I should have done to it before storage. Was just thinking if I decide to get back into it, watch I'll go to use it and something will be wrong with it. Hopefully not the case, but I'm paranoid.
Nah that should be good. Perhaps remove the rods and coil and put it in a box to protect it from getting knocked around or falling over while in the closet hibernating. Look forward to you getting back to the hobby!

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