Anderson Detector Shafts , $8.00 - $9.99 Metal Detector Detector Parts
$9.99This Anderson Detector Shaft coil bolt set measures 3/8 x 1.5" and is made for White's machines. Great to have as a backup.SKU: 2001
Why You Should Purchase Metal Detector Parts from Kellyco
Kellyco is one of the top providers of metal detector parts, because no matter what you need, you should be able to find it in our inventory. Not only that, but we also offer a wide variety of options when it comes to our metal detector parts. You won't have to settle and buy a part from a brand you dislike. We stock parts manufactured by many different brands, including Minelab, Anderson, Lorenz, Garrett, and more.
Not only does our large inventory of metal detector parts keep our customers coming back, but our excellent customer service also entices people to become repeat customers. Our employees are well-trained and very knowledgeable about metal detectors. If you're not sure which part you need to fix your equipment, you can simply ask someone on our staff to help you. Our employees will be able to point you in the right direction.
How to Decide Which Metal Detector Parts You Need
Occasionally, it can be difficult to determine which part you need. The average metal detector consists of four main parts: the control box, the stabilizer, the shaft, and the search coil.
If you have an issue keeping your metal detector steady, you should get a stabilizer. While a stabilizer is optional, it will make sweeping your metal detector back and forth much easier and safer.
You should purchase a new shaft if you have trouble adjusting your metal detector to accommodate your height. The shaft connects the search coil and the control box.
The control box contains the microprocessor, the circuitry, the batteries, the speaker, and the controls. Before you purchase a new box, you should take a look at these internal parts, because the issue likely lies in one of them and not the box as a whole. Also, you're going to want to keep a supply of batteries at home if your metal detector is battery-run. This is especially true if you use your metal detector frequently and on a regular basis.
If your metal detector has ceased sensing metal, the search coil likely needs to be replaced. The search coil is also often referred to as the antenna, the search head, or the loop.