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A Great In-Iron Tip


Active member
Just noticed that when you are trying to tell if something is iron--one effective way is to hit the Pinpoint, drop right down on the signal and then move off to one side. Then listen for how it cuts out. If you hear a sharp, abrupt change at each side--thats the machine tuning out the iron. If it's just a normal, narrow fade out--that's a good signal.