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Posted by: tspyder
Date: October 06, 2015 08:26PM
Does anyone know what serial numbers are the first ones that had the problem

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Re: whites treasure pro
Posted by: pescadore
Date: October 07, 2015 08:14AM
Wish I knew so please post them if you find out. I would imagine that a call to Whites might be your best bet. I haven't seen anything posted on the forums giving those numbers.



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Re: whites treasure pro
Posted by: tspyder
Date: October 07, 2015 09:58AM
I have the number to the factory of Whites and where I'm located at I'm two hours behind if anybody is reading this and its not on Eastern time that can call and get the serial numbers and post them on my form they would be greatly appreciated 1-541-376-6121

Re: whites treasure pro
Posted by: dirtmaster
Date: October 08, 2015 05:50AM
What was the problem with them? I just sent mine in because it wouldnt lock on to targets good.



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Re: whites treasure pro
Posted by: tspyder
Date: October 08, 2015 03:10PM
That's the same here wouldn't lock on targets good either

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Re: whites treasure pro
Posted by: pescadore
Date: October 08, 2015 03:36PM
Curious as to what you mean by locking on to targets. I have used just about every TID machine out there and none of them lock on a target and give you the exact same number every time unless the target is shallow and in a perfectly clean area. Trash next to targets, coil angle, coin angle, sweep speed and lots of other things can effect the TID. If you can bury a quarter flat a couple inches down in clean ground, you might find that it will "lock on" just fine. Jumpy numbers are just a part of learning your machine and what it's trying to tell you. Some machines are more stable than others and the TPro is a lot more stable than some I have used. If you have someone you hunt with, compare your numbers to his machine and see if you really have a problem or it's just your lack of experience with the machine.



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Re: whites treasure pro
Posted by: tspyder
Date: October 08, 2015 07:41PM
I'm sure it's the lack of knowledge of my treasure pro haven't had it long or haven't had a filed to use it in either... thanks for the info new at this stuff and I don't have anyone that has a metal detector to compare it to

Re: whites treasure pro
Posted by: dirtmaster
Date: October 08, 2015 08:11PM
My M6 locks on targets 90 percent of the time dead on and doesnt fluctuate. The TPro had a hard time with a quarter a half inch deep. I have run plenty of Whites machines and none fluctuated or was iffy on signals like the TPro I got. I am sure its probably a bad coil. Whites will take care of it. I have confidence.



Proud owner of Whites M6 and Whites MX5, Lesche Digger, Whites Star Pro Headphones and White's TRX pinpointer.
Coils: Standard 950 Concentric,10 inch D2, 6x10 DD, 4x6 DD, 5.3 Concentric.

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Re: whites treasure pro
Posted by: airscapes
Date: October 08, 2015 09:51PM
Did you happen to check for iron after you removed the quarter?



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Re: whites treasure pro
Posted by: dirtmaster
Date: October 08, 2015 10:05PM
No I didnt but I have hunted this park a lot of times without any problems. After the incident with the half inch quarter, I put the TPro uo and broke my M6 back out and cleaned house. Now I know the TPro is certainly a different beast but I know how a detector is suppose to react. Ive had quite a few and did well with them. Another thing mine was doing is I had the threshold turned down with sensitivity at 5 and discrininated out all but high tone coins. Every swing I would get a low tone. EVERY swing. That is aggravating when I have it disced out. I know it is most likely the coil. I just got one that has problems. I am sure they are very competent machines.



Proud owner of Whites M6 and Whites MX5, Lesche Digger, Whites Star Pro Headphones and White's TRX pinpointer.
Coils: Standard 950 Concentric,10 inch D2, 6x10 DD, 4x6 DD, 5.3 Concentric.

Re: whites treasure pro
Posted by: SC Dirt Fisher
Date: October 09, 2015 05:36AM
Does anyone know which processor is in the TM/TP? If it's the same as was in the COINMASTER GT then I for one would have reason to worry. I'm a big time White's supporter except for the GT. It wa chatty and depth was poor. White's has a history of putting the same guts in a different wrapper. IMHO

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Re: whites treasure pro
Posted by: airscapes
Date: October 09, 2015 08:31AM
Don't find that to be true about the GT at all. But my soil is not very mineralized and I do use a NEL Hunter on it which is much better than the 9" in trash. My first guess when I saw this was a reboxed GT so would not be surprised. I would guess the upgraded it as I think it runs on 9v vrs the 8AA of the GT and still get the same run time if not more.



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Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 10/09/2015 08:33AM by airscapes.

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Re: whites treasure pro
Posted by: pescadore
Date: October 09, 2015 08:38AM
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My M6 locks on targets 90 percent of the time dead on and doesnt fluctuate. The TPro had a hard time with a quarter a half inch deep. I have run plenty of Whites machines and none fluctuated or was iffy on signals like the TPro I got. I am sure its probably a bad coil. Whites will take care of it. I have confidence.

It does sound like you have a bad coil. If the M6 is locking on to targets better then I would be upset too ! Sounds like a trip to Whites may be necessary. I also have the same problem with the low tone and it has been one of the few complaints that I have had against this detector but it doesn't bother me that much. I run in 8 tones with only Iron discriminated out and sometimes I run wide open. The M6 is a good machine !!!



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Re: whites treasure pro
Posted by: pescadore
Date: October 09, 2015 08:41AM
I never had the GT but did have the 6T and I didn't have chatty or depth issues with it. The TPro reminds me a lot of the 6T which was what I was looking for.



Whites Treasure Pro, Oldest coin 1700's Chinese coin, Oldest US Coins 1853 Seated Liberty Quarter, 1876 CC Seated Liberty Dime,1892 Barber Quarter, Dime and V nickel
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Re: whites treasure pro
Posted by: Bearharold
Date: October 09, 2015 11:37AM
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My M6 locks on targets 90 percent of the time dead on and doesnt fluctuate. The TPro had a hard time with a quarter a half inch deep. I have run plenty of Whites machines and none fluctuated or was iffy on signals like the TPro I got. I am sure its probably a bad coil. Whites will take care of it. I have confidence.

It does sound like you have a bad coil. If the M6 is locking on to targets better then I would be upset too ! Sounds like a trip to Whites may be necessary. I also have the same problem with the low tone and it has been one of the few complaints that I have had against this detector but it doesn't bother me that much. I run in 8 tones with only Iron discriminated out and sometimes I run wide open. The M6 is a good machine !!!



Mine also makes a low tone chirp at the end of the swing most of the time . I have learned to ignore it as it doesn't stay on just a end of the swing chirp . My VDI numbers don't lock solid ether but they usually only jump one or two numbers back and forth if its a good target its hitting with no other interference . I dug 12 coins the other day at a short park hunt using the 10 inch DD and also the Whites 4x6 coil . This detector is differently different than my other whites I'm use too but think it will be ok once I learn this particular style machine .

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