No, I was talking Linden Agri Center but you are correct, Georges' is the place to talk Flexi-Coil, I doubt there is another dealer on the planet that has moved as much Coil iron as Georges has.
Or..... that he has in the 160 acre boneyard at back!!
I bought a monitor kit in 2013. Had issues with a box and had it replaced under warranty when it finally totally failed. It was very annoying because the error was totally random and just meant tapping the error message sometimes once or twice a day and sometimes "ALL" day. Tried to get it to fail but never could till finally the voltage went totally haywire and the main ISO monitor wouldn't see it anymore! Then I finally new it was the blockage box! I was getting a "12V aux power shorted" error
. They sent an "ASIST" but they could only come up with the usual lines like check to make sure you have a good battery and make sure your alternator is charging! No one pinpointed this message to a blockage malfunction but that is where it came from!
For now, I have at least one sensor where I believe the connector to the box is haywire. Replaced the optical sensor but didn't solve the issue. Have to look at that closer in spring. There are many problems on all the Flexi-coil junctions on the cart and on the blockage monitor. Sometimes the pins are backing out, not making a connection and you can't see them visually without opening them up and poking them all the way out. If they are loose and you can push them, they were a problem.
I currently run 4 sensors on outside wing tips (sloughs and turns!) and one sensor for each of the other towers, always on the longest 1" hose. It has the least velocity (least damage) and the most apt for plugging. It is still costing me a fortune as you don't get more than 1 or 2 seasons before the optical is wore out - especially if you do a lot of peas. They are very hard on the optic in the tube. I do try to keep my velocities to a minimum and position to get the least amount of abrasion, but you can definitely see the wear! Sometimes the wires do break off nearby the sensor and if your lucky you can resolder. It is very small brittle wires which is why they probably use that so you have to buy the sensors. As recommended by Georges, I have them well ziptied on!