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Loddon

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  • Location
    Fascist Britain

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  • Occupation
    Stuff work, that's for youngsters
  • Boat Name
    Loddon
  • Boat Location
    Not on carts ditches

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  1. They used to in France, I suspect there will be some raids on marinas with miscreants fined big time.
  2. What? You don't have to get up in the night like the rest of us, sometimes its twice
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  4. Yes they do, quite often. There have been many posts on here asking about condensation
  5. Much the same as mine Smartgauge showed 95% Having said that they were 12.1v at 8 o'clock with the immersion on, recovered by 08.15 to 12.5v
  6. Strange I thought I said I fitted an air intake to a diesel stove ? If you look at the Sig Marine stove you will see that it is designed to have that facility having a 3" circular air intake to which can be added ducting. http://mail.sigmarine.com/SIG-120.html It worked well as it stopped it blowing out when the wheelhouse door was opened. I thought about it for my other diesel stove ( Old Dutch) and realised there was no way it could be done as a sealed system, Much the same as multi fuel stoves they are not designed to be room sealed and going down that route could be .................. So at least one of us has done similar on a stove that was designed to be that way. ETA we love the fact that when drying laundry in front of any of our stoves all the moisture is sucked through the fire and up the flue so it doesn't condense inside the boat/cottage.
  7. In which case a multifuel stove is not the way forward. Solar or wind powered electric heating would seem to be the route to take.
  8. Only stove I have had that needed an external air input was a Sig Marine diesel stove. The air input had to be piped from near to the flue output so that the differential in air pressure was at a minimum. Before I fitted the air inlet the stove flame was susceptible to outside doors being opened etc. Small solid fuel stoves do not need a separate external air intake to function properly. I will also add that in a house you do not need additional air inlet if the stove is below 5kw.
  9. I never boat with fenders down however I've been boating for the last 3 days with fenders down on one side, My reason/ excuse is that the boat has just been painted and all the Nene locks have swages of chain down the side, I can't stay on the boat in the middle of the lock because I have to help C work the locks
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  12. Board or cover? If cover i used https://www.garlandhoods.co.uk He us based in Milton Keynes My cover is 5 years old and looks like new
  13. But only when its still dark Or all charging sources are switched off. Even then its only a percentage of capacity and that capacity could be SFA.
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