Bounty Hunter III wiring problem - Graybeard Outdoors
 
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Default Bounty Hunter III wiring problem

I have an old 70's model Bounty Hunter detector (the gold one) non-discriminator that worked really well until a "friend" borrowed it. When he brought it back he said it quit working so he replaced the batteries and still didn't work. Upon inspection later I discovered that he had pulled the power terminals loose from the board when changing batteries....anyone have any idea where they are supposed to go?

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