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Xp Deus HF Coil Charging Clip Installation - Could Be Problematic

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Seems some folks already experiencing problems.

http://www.findmall.com/read.php?83,2369596

 

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I have considered getting one of these as even the standard coil gets complaints about the charging clip breaking. It's not the coils of course - just not a very robust charging clip design.

http://www.detectingdoodads.com/store/p38/Coil_Charging_Clip_.html

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Where are those available? Never seen one before.    

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At the link in the post I posted above. Not tried them myself so I don't know if they are any good.

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OK, thanx Steve.                   DD

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Zero issues with the charging clip on standard coils both large and small.....but then again I am not a rough handed buffoon..

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I'll take the elipitical now please and promise to be careful with the charging clip...

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Personally I too have had no issues using the charging clip over the last couple years with both the 13x11" and 11" coils, only on the new HF coil where the fit is quite tight - and I do look after my equipment.  Might just be the case of trimming down the edges of the skid plate for easier fitment - will have another look tonight to see wha can be done.

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