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jonathanA

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About jonathanA

  • Birthday 05/16/1962

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    Lancashire

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    IT/Telecoms
  • Boat Name
    Ivys lot
  • Boat Location
    Parbold

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  1. There are often stoves from the 'cost effective' end of the market on sale via fleabay and deloved auction sites that can be a good source of parts. Might be worth a look for a donor stove.
  2. Besides the thread size you need to get the resistance value (us or euro) which you can measure with a multimeter. (Probably not in your case if its cream crackered). Generic ones are that cheap compared to genuine parts that you might as well take a punt. Based on the previous replies M10 looks worth a go. I know in the past I've used various adapters like 1/4 to 1/8 npt so probably some options there if all else fails
  3. I lived in Chester for over 10 years and knew the area reasonably well but never knew about the railway or canal... I was sorry to learn that the old ruabon (quarry) tile place is now a housing estate - good tiles those...
  4. No Wrexham is a different town south east of mold.
  5. Why wouldn't you just switch the Inverter on/off at the erm inverter.... Couldn't be arsed personally rooting around in the engine hole to use the isolator....
  6. It seems to be under his floor boards for some reason .... 😂😂😂
  7. I'm slightly confused by this thread. Is the OP talking about a bss inspection ? In which case I'd say perspective buyer pays for bss and pulls out ... result! Or Is it a buyer's survey which is a different thing altogether.... if the bss had advisories why would you need to get the inspector back ? They were advisories not fails... Just seems all a bit jumbled up and something not quite ringing true to me Just saying....
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  9. True but all mine were missing when I moved in ....(seals that is not fuses) I would just point out that pulling the commercial fuses is something that you do need to know what your doing at lot of energy between you and the next fuse in the substation ....
  10. Its not a criminal offence to open the cu only to add new circuits or replace it. Nothing to stop you replacing the mcb etc on a like for like basis either. Technically it's only an offence if you don't notify the local authority or use an incompetent person to certify. you can still do the work
  11. Under part p you can't change a consumer unit but you can rewire an existing circuit ergo you can legally open the cu but not add new circuits or replace the thing.
  12. At the risk of stating the bleeding obvious that Burgess pump looks like the standard coolant circulating pump. Not hard to find OEM or pattern variants for the lpws/canalstar.
  13. Does look.like they are still floating I think. Fingers crossed for them all...
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