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slight bump on rocks underwater

mike k.

A slight bump on rocks when detecting underwater with my excallibur , requires resetting my threshold tone . Anyone else experience this problem ? Can the threshold be tightened up after removal of the dial , to prevent this ?? - thx guys
At a local beach some years back I was not concentrating like I should. Bumped the soil in a rock and my x Al went crazy. It would work for a while and then go to squawking. Sent it in for repair. Got it back with thre problem still happening. So I sent it back again. After some time I was informed that the coil was bad. So I again paid for bench time. They claimed that it was a separate problem so it cost me an arm and a leg. Had they properly tested the machine the first time it would have saved me money. I hope your machine is okay. Coils are expensive.