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PostPosted: Tue Sep 18, 2007 7:58 am 
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Silent Mouth
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Last night I went to let my hounds out to run around in the yard. My son just happens to turn on the tracking receiver and there was a signal coming in. It took a minute or two to figure out that one of my collars was on and that the magnet was not turning the collar off. I tried the magnet in my other collar and it will shut off the collar. My question is can a magnet go bad?


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Sometimes the switch will stick and the magnet will not shut the collar off.


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magnets do "go bad" as well. Did you try another magnet in collar? Good luck, Paul Conway.


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I've got the same deal with one of my wildlife collars last weekend, was getting allot of bleed over and couldn't figure it out.. Turns out a spare collar I had in my truck was not turning off.

I've had to replace the magnet switch in them before.

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