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Sent my F75 to Fisher
Posted by: kajunman
Date: May 17, 2017 05:18AM
because I was having to reset the machine to get a proper ground balance along with the pinpoint mode not always engaging when I pulled the trigger. Supposed to get it back today. I followed proper protocol for returning the detector and never heard from Fisher. I sent an inquiry to ask if they had looked at my detector. They replied by saying we are returning your machine and there will be a note of what we did to your machine. I will give a follow up report once I check the machine out.

Re: Sent my F75 to Fisher
Posted by: kajunman
Date: May 19, 2017 05:48AM
Update: There was an issue with shipping which won't allow my machine to be returned until next week. So Fisher is sending me an F75 SE LTD loaner to use until mine returns. I have a competition hunt this weekend and they didn't want me to be without a comparable detector. Can't thank them enough for stepping up to the plate and doing the right thing.

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Wow .............:clapping::clapping::clapping:
Posted by: Elton
Date: May 19, 2017 09:53AM
From basically a "holding company" to an integral leader in the detecting community.
I for one appreciate how First Texas has handled their detector Manufacturing business.



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Re: Wow .............:clapping::clapping::clapping:
Posted by: lytle78
Date: May 19, 2017 11:03AM
They are building a new and bigger plant in El Paso - not that their old one isn't huge and modern. Tom Walsh, the CEO, bought the defunct Bounty Hunter and Teknetics trademarks and intellectual property, then he hired Dave Johnson, America's greatest metal detector designer. After that they bought the nearly bankrupt Fisher assets. The production facilities are completely modern and they sell a staggering amount of metal detectors.

Their repair turn-arounds are pretty quick. They don't normally give a lot of feedback unless you call and ask. Warranty repairs are free of course and their rates for non-warranty work are fery reasonable.



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Re: Wow .............:clapping::clapping::clapping:
Posted by: kajunman
Date: May 19, 2017 12:02PM
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lytle78
They are building a new and bigger plant in El Paso - not that their old one isn't huge and modern. Tom Walsh, the CEO, bought the defunct Bounty Hunter and Teknetics trademarks and intellectual property, then he hired Dave Johnson, America's greatest metal detector designer. After that they bought the nearly bankrupt Fisher assets. The production facilities are completely modern and they sell a staggering amount of metal detectors.

Their repair turn-arounds are pretty quick. They don't normally give a lot of feedback unless you call and ask. Warranty repairs are free of course and their rates for non-warranty work are fery reasonable.

Felix actually called to inform me there was a mistake on the shipping. He then offered a loaner machine. He had to talk me into it but I'm glad he did. I sold my ATP last week knowing I was supposed to get my 75 returned. When they knew that wasn't going to happen per the initial schedule, he offered. If only the 75 was waterproof. I sold the ATP to get a Max because I water hunt as well.

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