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Tesoro Sand Shark Repair?

Posted by kwalenciak 
Tesoro Sand Shark Repair?
August 01, 2020 07:32PM
Can anyone recommend a repair center that I can possibly send my Sand Shark to? It looks like the headphone cable close to the control box has chaffed to the point where I can see an exposed wire, and I fear salt water may have gotten into the control box. I just put fresh batteries in it and tried to fire it up, and I get nothing at all. The Sand Shark is my backup detector, my Equinox 800 was just sent in due to water intrusion, and now my backup detector is dead as well... sad smiley



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 08/01/2020 07:34PM by kwalenciak.
Re: Tesoro Sand Shark Repair?
August 01, 2020 07:41PM
Funny you should ask. Greg from Transbay Detectors and I were talking yesterday about that. I think he mentioned the only person he knows of servicing Tesoro’s is in the UK. I think they have a website, but can’t remember. Give Greg a call maybe he knows....

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Re: Tesoro Sand Shark Repair?
August 01, 2020 08:15PM
Maybe this guy.

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Re: Tesoro Sand Shark Repair?
August 01, 2020 08:54PM
Saltwater is nasty to electronics.

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Re: Tesoro Sand Shark Repair?
August 01, 2020 10:33PM
Keith from brokendetector has fixed detectors for me going back 15 years.
but it's been a while now.



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Re: Tesoro Sand Shark Repair?
August 02, 2020 07:52AM
Is Rusty Henry still in business as a detector dealer? Or has he retired?
He would be about age 73 now.

He was Tesoro's service manager, but also a Tesoro dealer and all around good guy.

I saw someone post in April, 2018, that he had left Tesoro, which told many of us
that rumors of Tesoro's upcoming demise were probably true. But if he's still
selling and/or servicing detectors, he would know how to repair a Sand Shark,
and he might have parts if anyone does.

His shop was called Rusty's Detectors, in Prescott, AZ.
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