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Slim

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About Slim

  • Birthday 01/04/1947

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  • Boat Name
    Vital Spark
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    Near Cropredy

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  1. Slim

    Oh dear

    Phillis stick on soles, now there's a memory. I well recall a conversation between my mum and dad and some of their friends on the subject. Why, when the friends childrens soles lasted months, did mine come off within a day. Maybe that's where my inherent mistrust of adhesives came from. PS. I wear hearing aids and appreciate cyclists using a bell. I thought they were a legal requirement.
  2. I'm racking my brain (difficult 🧠 ) but I don't remember fitting or removing any baffle but Morso could advise
  3. When I first commissioned my Morso I did so without fitting the back boiler as the rads etc had not been installed. To blank off the holes in the backplate. I simply used 4 ? mm plate either side of the holes bedded on fireclay and through bolted. When I got around to fitting the back boiler it was simple to cut the bolts with a grinder . Obviously when I ran without the boiler I fitted the appropriate back fire brick
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  12. I wouldn't go near metal with a Screwfix drill, wood maybe but metal, no. 😱. The only problem is that these days finding a quality tool is becoming much more difficult. I recently bought some Dormer branded 5mm drills. Spaghetti would have been more effective. When I looked at them closely they were stamped "made i Brazil". My 40 year old set (6 - 10 mm in .1 mm steps) of Dormers are in a totally different league.
  13. Had I known you were in the Watford area that's where I would have recommended. Did you manage to find a clear space on his counter? Notwithstanding that he's always willing to give advice and help.
  14. That appears to be an ac fusebox with a 16a breaker and a 63a RCD. Boubt that it's anything to do with your pump(s) To clarify, I meant the photos posted by OP not Tony Brooks
  15. Hopefully at the lowest point in the circuit. The fun will start trying to collect the water without it draining into the bilges.
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