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    Minelab problem

    Hey,

    Iíve got a minelab Safari, until now iíve had no problems whatsoever. Last week I put a new brake pad because the shaft moved when detecting. With the new brake pad on it stil had to much room to move. I cleaned the detector thoroughly and with that I cleaned of al the black stuff that was in between the shafts.
    Anybody has an idea what I can do to make sure the brake pad wil brake enough ?

    Gr Kevin

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    Where did you get the pressure block for the lock (what you call the brake pad) There are different sizes of pressure blocks for different detectors.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Treasure_Hunter View Post
    Where did you get the pressure block for the lock (what you call the brake pad) There are different sizes of pressure blocks for different detectors.
    I got the right one for sure. Maybe the steel has shaved of to much

 

 

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