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A '''''reset''''' is a ["station"] that has been put in place as a replacement for a destroyed or disturbed ["station"]. It is usually not in exactly the same location as the original station, so a reset will often have its own PID and datasheet. If a disk is stamped "reset", but the datasheet makes no mention of being a reset, then the disk does not correspond to the station described by the datasheet and should not be reported as such. A '''''reset''''' is a [[station]] that has been put in place as a replacement for a destroyed or disturbed [[station]]. It is usually not in exactly the same location as the original station, so a reset will often have its own PID and datasheet. If a disk is stamped "reset", but the datasheet makes no mention of being a reset, then the disk does not correspond to the station described by the datasheet and should not be reported as such.

A reset is a station that has been put in place as a replacement for a destroyed or disturbed station. It is usually not in exactly the same location as the original station, so a reset will often have its own PID and datasheet. If a disk is stamped "reset", but the datasheet makes no mention of being a reset, then the disk does not correspond to the station described by the datasheet and should not be reported as such.

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