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KennyD said:I've owned a few Tesoro heaters. But I'm new to the Tejon.
Any good operating tips for coin shooting trashy parks with the Tejon ???
I'm sticking with the stock coil too.
Deep on fresh water beaches is Eggzactly what I'm looking for.The Tejon can be a bit tricky to ground balance for some. If you turn the sens. down to 4 or 5 when ground balancing it is much easier. I also make sure I have the threshold set to a light hum before ground balancing. Focus on the audio on the down stroke when ground balancing and not so much on the rise. I also like to set the second disc just shy of knocking a penny out to use it as a coin check. Despite it's higher frequency it is a coin hound! Just be prepared to dig a little deeper than normal!
I don't use mine much on freshwater sand beaches anymore because it is just too deep. It will find the smallest things in the sand deep beyond your imagination. When Tesoro made the Tejon they hit a home run!
How would you set it for earrings and their clamps?Set your second disc to silence all pull tabs, your first to get a good nickel signal. It will not take long to hear what a good coin target sounds like. Eventually you will probably find yourself pushing the trigger forward not near as often and lowering the disc a little to get smaller jewelry. This is what I think is called "cherry picking". It is a good way to start learning.