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Garrett AT Pro will not power on

Waterdog

Well-known member
I have had a Garrett At Pro sitting in the closet for a while and came across it. I put some batteroes it it, pressed the power button and Nothing! I took the batteries out, checked them and put them back in the battery holder, put the batteries back into the machine and Nothing. !! True I have not powered it on in a few, but it should come on. Did I miss something ?
 

jim tn

Well-known member
Really don't know what it could be. Double check batteries are in correctly and check the contacts on the batter holder and those inside the battery housing. Might try another set of batteries, too, just in case. Good luck. HH jim tn
 

Ronstar

Well-known member
Wear a tin foil hat while standing outside in a lightening storm. Guaranteed something will light up! 😂😂😂
What Jim said…….. I would suspect contact points.
 

JimmyCT

Well-known member
Wear a tin foil hat while standing outside in a lightening storm. Guaranteed something will light up! 😂😂😂
What Jim said…….. I would suspect contact points.
With about 300 million Volts and about 30,000 Amps in lightening flash…the only thing that will be left is a pile of ash 😂
 

Grunter

Active member
Did you leave batteries in it while stored? The contact spring in the battery holder can become depressed and not make good contact.
 

Waterdog

Well-known member
No Batteries were stored in it while it was not in operation. But I did recheck all of the batteries and one of the four was not any good. So I put four new batteries it it and she came back to life !
So I will be taking the old At pro out for a spin in the next few days.
 

Waterdog

Well-known member
Wear a tin foil hat while standing outside in a lightening storm. Guaranteed something will light up! 😂😂😂
What Jim said…….. I would suspect contact points.
Getting my tin foil hat ready but where is the lightning out here in California
 
I have had a Garrett At Pro sitting in the closet for a while and came across it. I put some batteroes it it, pressed the power button and Nothing! I took the batteries out, checked them and put them back in the battery holder, put the batteries back into the machine and Nothing. !! True I have not powered it on in a few, but it should come on. Did I miss something ?
I think it's pouting!
 

u2robert

Well-known member
With about 300 million Volts and about 30,000 Amps in lightening flash…the only thing that will be left is a pile of ash 😂
Not all the time, two people got hit by lighting here in Florida recently and lived, didn't get killed.
It all depends on where and how lighting hits, don't kill everyone it hits.
Most people who have got hit said right before the flash their hair will stand up then BOOM You're supercharged.
 

u2robert

Well-known member
Wear a tin foil hat while standing outside in a lightening storm. Guaranteed something will light up! 😂😂😂
What Jim said…….. I would suspect contact points.
Getting my tin foil hat ready but where is the lightning out here in California
You want lighting come on down to Florida the lighting capital of the world.
 
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