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Old 04-15-2019, 10:07 AM
Fivepin Fivepin is offline
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Default Whites Trx New Case Swap

We might still have snow, but that just means its the perfect time to get your gear ready. Last year my Whites TRX pinpointer failed. The case leaked around the power button and for the price of shipping Whites sent me a new case. I'll show you guys how to swap cases. Its a very simple procedure with just a couple of things to keep an eye on. This is why I love my TRX. Even if it gets wet a quick case change and you're back in the field pinpointing.


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Old 04-15-2019, 11:19 AM
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This is good to know. Thanks. My rubber button is surely weak in seal integrity. I never work in water but "stuff" can happen as they say.
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