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Schematics are easy to find by Google. Fairly easy to back track to the correct potentiometer cut it out, attach three wires and add a multi turn replacement of the same value on the front.
however after running a Bandido for a couple of years with a ground balance added I wouldn't expect much improvement. Plus if you go too far from a basic setting it becomes unstable or certain targets such as large silver gets missed.
At the moment I am using a Fisher 1265X which I haven't bothered to add a ground balance. Its worked fine at factory settings in Cheshire, Shropshire and Norfolk.