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Elenco EDU37173 Ranger R/C Metal Detector Owner Manual
5) To turn right, push the left joystick knob forward,
right joystick knob backward.
Ranger Remote Control
6) To turn left, push the left joystick knob to backward,
right joystick knob forward.
Metal Detector
7) To optimize your search, follow the pattern below.
Make sure that you stay within the 25-foot range.
8) When the Metal Detector finds a buried metal object,
it will beep and the LED light will flash.
“ This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept
any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation”.
- Do not expose your Metal Detector to rain or moisture.
1) Slide the on/off switch to the On position.
- Place the Metal Detector on the surface to be searched.
- Do not operate the vehicle in soft sand, water, or tall grass as it
may damage the vehicle.
- Do not play in a crowded environment.
- Do not play in a dusty area.
- Use only your Metal Detector transmitter included in this package.
- This toy is not intended for children under 3 years old.
- This instruction manual contains important information; please keep it.
- Always turn your RC Metal Detector off when not in use.
- Do not use it close to swimming pools, cliffs, lakes, riverbanks, etc.
- Do not use in environments such as low-visibility areas, bushes, and swamps.
- Always ask permission before venturing onto private property.
Battery Disposal
2) To move the vehicle forward, push both joystick knobs forward.
- Do not dispose of the battery in your regular household waste.
- Contact your local waste management officials for information on
environmentally sound disposal of rechargeable batteries.
3) To stop, release both joystick knobs to the original position.
4) To back up, pull both joystick knobs backward.
- If a battery leak develops, avoid contact with leaking fluid. Place the
damaged battery in a plastic bag for proper disposal.
- If fluid comes into contact with skin or eyes, wash with cool water for at
least 15 minutes.
- Dispose of batteries safely, following guidelines for your area.
Battery Safety Guidelines
For Transmitter:
- To prevent battery leakage, be sure to insert batteries correctly.
- Batteries should be replaced by adult.
- Never dispose of batteries in fire as this may cause them to explode.
- Do not mix old and new batteries (replace all batteries at the same time).
- Do not mix alkaline, standard (carbon-zinc), or rechargeable
(nickel-cadmium) batteries (or equivalent). Only use batteries of the
same or equivalent type as recommended.
- Nonrechargeable batteries are not to be recharged.
- Always remove exhausted or dead batteries from product. Remove
Sensitivity Calibration:
batteries from product when it will not be used for a long time.
Otherwise the batteries may leak and cause damage.
- Do not short-circuit supply terminals.
- Make sure battery compartment is secure.
- Do not immerse battery-operated toys. Wipe clean only.
1) Adjust the fine-tune knob counterclockwise, until long beep
tone is heard and red LED is on.
2) Then turn the knob backward slowly until the beep tone is JUST
OFF and red LED is off. At this moment, the Metal Detector is
at its most sensitive.
Battery Installation:
Requires 9 volt battery and 4 "AA" batteries 1.5 volts (not included)
Joystick Knobs
For Transmitter:
1) Open or close the cover with
a Phillips head screwdriver.
2) Insert one 9V (6LR61)
alkaline battery.
For Metal Detector:
RC Metal Detector
1) Open or close the cover with
a Phillips head screwdriver.
2) Insert four AA (LR6)
1.5V batteries.
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