F75 SE bent shaft

Blind Squirrel

Bronze Member
Apr 15, 2010
Detector(s) used
Fisher F75 SE, Whites PI Pro, Ace 250, Pro Pointer
Primary Interest:
All Treasure Hunting
My F75 SE lower shaft is not in line with the upper part of the detector. Sighting down the upper part of the shaft the coil looks to be about six inches or so off center to the right. Is this done on purpose, or is the connection between the two shafts cock-eyed. It probably doesn't effect the way the detector works, just seems odd to me that a $1200 detector is not better aligned.

DeArmitt Pa

Full Member
Jun 7, 2009
Johnstown, Pa
Detector(s) used
E-Trac, F75 LTD
Primary Interest:
Relic Hunting
Make it as short as possible and look again, if its still off it is possible that the lock could be damaged but Fisher is pretty good with thier product quality. The other thing to check would be you may have actually put the coil on the shaft upside down, usually it doesnt matter but sometimes it does. Hope I could be of some help.

John DeArmitt
Fort Bedford Metal Detectors

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