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GPX 4500 GB question

pax

New member
can i start my GB procedure in fixed then pressing quick track button while pumping coil?
 

Tony

Member
Yes you can but make sure the quick track button is depressed for the entire time and then release about a second after you have finished pumping the coil.

Tony
 

Digger70pa

Active member
pax said:
Thanks Tony,do i need to be in general before i start this?
Read the instruction manual buddy. Read it & reread it several times. It'll tell you everything you need to know about everything. I'm a newbie to the machine also. When I have trouble I go back & look at the instruction manual. You can't go wrong doing this. Good luck & HH buddy.
 

filternozzle

New member
Digger70pa said:
Thanks Tony,do i need to be in general before i start this? Read the instruction manual buddy. Read it & reread it several times. It'll tell you everything you need to know about everything. I'm a newbie to the machine also. When I have trouble I go back & look at the instruction manual. You can't go wrong doing this. Good luck & HH buddy.
I totally agree, read and keep re-reading, it will all sink in over time and experience in the field.
 

Tony

Member
pax said:
Thanks Tony,do i need to be in general before i start this?
No, you can be in any of the settings or timings. The manual is very good and I have read it many times.
I even keep a pdf copy on my mobile phone to refer to in the field.

Make sure to GB often when making any changes....it's quick and easy and after a while, you will do it without even thinking about it.

Tony
 

filternozzle

New member
pax said:
thank you all so much, i have read the manual but its pretty overwhelming to me

I promise you if you keep reading it and keep up with the detecting it will gradually fall into place.
 
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