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August 23, 2021, 02:05:40 PM
 Think they meet in the vic Park now which is more our end of Cardiff
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 I know SCAN are getting out a bit lately - you still a member there?
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PHIL YNYSBOETH
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« Reply #15 on: December 27, 2009, 11:29:51 PM »

Hi Jeb

its hard this end to work out what your problem is
Try logging on "forever" even use your favourite option to save to your favourites list or your tool bar
thats should work.
Have you tried going into internet options and unclicking the "delete cookies option
I know if youve ticked that box youll loose your save passwords every time its used it that makes any sense lol

all the best
Phil
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« Reply #16 on: December 27, 2009, 11:36:09 PM »

I have sent you a PM with the cookie name, Jeb.

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« Reply #17 on: December 28, 2009, 10:27:35 PM »

Well , I`ve found out its defo my Cookie cleaner doing the login out jobby on me . Because I`ve switched it off and i don`t get logged out now. but the thing thats puzzling me is, that i cannot find any of the cookies you mentioned in the "cookies to delete ", list. So I cannot transfer them over to the "cookies to keep" section.
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« Reply #18 on: December 28, 2009, 10:33:31 PM »

Im glad its sorted
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PHIL YNYSBOETH
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« Reply #19 on: December 28, 2009, 11:34:09 PM »

Well done JEB
glad its sorted ;0)

Ive missed your posts on here mate
have you got any new advice on the Fisher f75 im now a proud owner of one lol

all the best
Phil Jones
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« Reply #20 on: December 29, 2009, 09:16:36 PM »

What do you want to know  ?  If you PM me any queries i`ll be glad to help you if i can. There`s a lot of ways to use the F75. Its a truly great detector. People throw the towel in on them too quickly without persevering in getting to understand them.
I`ve had one since they first hit the UK.

I`ll give you a couple of settings to try  if you want .
A good hunting setting is.
For clean ground with not much Iron about.
 0 discrim.
2,3,or 4 tones.
 JE ,PFor DE
Sensitivity 85 or as high as you can
dig only each way repeatable sounds that give a GOOD high squeal.
This is a firey setting ,especially when JE mode is set,but if you listen for that GOOD eachway signal you`ll be OK.
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Hard hunting in the TRASH.........
0 disc
PF mode
sens 99 (essential its high, when in trashy ground)
1 tone (only) watch you screen, dig only Each way repeatable signals.
look for a signal that is good but don`t register on the numbers . these are the Deepies.
 Lots of erratic noise will be around but just listen for that good target signal amongst it.
 In trash,Keep your Tone on 1 tone for good target separation ability.
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Another to try is .. Normal ground with `average` Iron. this is easy on the ears.

Disc on 6.
PF Mode.
Sens 85-99
1 tone.(only)..........once you stick it in 2,3,4 tone you up your discrim to "15 "just by doing so)
 Dig all eachway repeatable signals .
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 Then there is probably My Fav, ALL METAL mode.
The deepest and best in my thinking. But every one is different and has their own favorite.
 the VDI numbers  will only show targets up to 12" in that, but the Audio will still get targets that are deeper than 12" , So listen out for good sounding targets that are not showing any numbers but are giving a good each way,Audio sound ,in All metal mode.

 When working in discrim mode,the "mandetory" monotone ,is mainly for working in the trashy areas only .
 


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 Hope these are of some value to you. If you keep trying them periodically you will learn their benefits. They are noisy but you get nothing for nothing.
 Never forget to Fast grab over a clean bit of ground too, before you start.

 
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« Reply #21 on: December 29, 2009, 09:49:06 PM »

I have to point out that these two below (in the other post)are a bit Fiery for a novice user.
 If you want a good easy rider,
try....
 Discrim 5 (no higher)
 2 tone
Sens 80
PF mode . or DE for an even quieter setting.
Its either high or a low sound on targets.
Dig "nothing" under 18. Dig only E/way repeatable signals. Low sounds are iron with numbers under 18.
High sounds dig . Test a Silver coin b4 you start to listen to the sound you only want to dig.
 After Fast grabbing,Add onto  your ground cancel reading  plus 3 clicks of what your ground cancel figure is ,to pinch a bit more depth.
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« Reply #22 on: December 30, 2009, 10:48:36 PM »

Hi Jeb thanks for the advice

Ive saved them to my Documents like all the other posts youve posted on a few Forums.
to me your Mr F75  Grin

Im a big fan of the F75 i cant see me ever wanting anything differant (on land)

How can i set it up to work best on wet sand ?
Ive only used it once and i followed some advice on an american forum it didnt work for me ;0(

all the best
Phil Jones

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« Reply #23 on: December 30, 2009, 10:57:57 PM »

Settings on a american site is no good for us as they have completely different soil etc well that is what i was told once
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PHIL YNYSBOETH
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« Reply #24 on: December 30, 2009, 11:40:06 PM »

Hi Deb

I think that very true about soil
Most multi or dual frequency machines can handle wet sand.
The fisher runs at a constant 13 khz nominal so not really suited to the salty stuff.

A little piece from the F75 manual.......

Salty water is highly conductive, and produces a strong signal which is like that of metal.
The fisher is not specifically designed for top performance in salt water but can be used in this enviroment .

I think ive hyjacked Jebs post i think it should me moved to the Fisher Detecter or the Fisher programs Board lol

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« Reply #25 on: December 31, 2009, 01:16:56 AM »

hehehe
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