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About Psycloud

  • Birthday 04/27/1968

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    Grand Union Canal

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    Scullery Maid
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    Wet 'n' Wild
  • Boat Location
    Grand Union (Willowbridge Marina)

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  1. We did it it mid April. Was quite wet, especially when I fell in! Really lovely though.
  2. Thank you. Once the cold weather is over I'll take it out and take the casing off and make the necessary changes. Previously I just capped off the pipe at the tank end and said it was decommissioned for the BSS but would rather just sort the situation once and for all.
  3. My Eberspacher has a short plastic fuel hose (6") connected to copper by means of jubilee clips which I need to change before my next BSS. I've not yet been able to work out what I can replace the bit of plastic with though as I can't see what the fitting would be inside the unit.
  4. So I have a couple of 5 year old versions of this and when I replace them these should be OK as rated for travel? https://www.safelincs.co.uk/fire-angel-co-9d-carbon-monoxide-alarm/?fGB=true&gclid=CjwKCAiAmO3gBRBBEiwA8d0Q4hJNKdzxzl84AUM-0-mEIMYDCo5U9RhdFR_GudTLTzx244JXG4o6dBoC7lwQAvD_BwE
  5. Apple replaced mine at 88% for £25 on Monday. It doesn't need to be below 80%, just say it's not lasting a day and they'll do it. Mine seems to last forever on a charge now compared to when it had 88% capacity.
  6. I bought a recon for from an eBayer in Poland for £400 5 years ago and it's run perfectly ever since. Sometimes it's just not worth f'ing about with really old ones.
  7. Jeremy Vine show is covering it right now.
  8. You'd have thought that since the introduction of ANPR on the roads that tax, MOT and insurance dodging would be a thing of the past but every day I see cars on the road that are SORN and have no MOT insurance. In some cases the same cars have been doing this for several years.
  9. I put a sheet of perspex inside the glass last year and pinned it in, then realised I'd left the licence sandwiched between the glass and the perspex. It still says 2017. On the other side I remembered to take the licence off before fitting the perspex so that side displays 2018. Currently 2017 faces the towpath - I wonder if I'll get an naughtyboy email.
  10. ? From Three's own site: Take a deep breath, you're about to dive into Lifetime and find out who's Britain's Next Top Model. And the big surprise twist is that you can watch it without using up your data. Because streaming TV shows is now infinite. Explore 100+ channels of live TV, including Dave, History®, Lifetime and Discovery anytime.
  11. I use it through a Firestick already with my phone as a hotspot. It’s doesnt matter what the device is as long as the data comes from Netflix servers.
  12. Saw this the other day and decided to go for it as we've started using Netflix and Deezer a fair bit. Three are offering 40Gb mobile broadband Sim only for £16 per month including Go Binge so streaming from Netflix doesn't come out of the allowance. I had to phone them because I couldn't manually enter my address, and they gave it me for £14 a month. Admittedly it's a 24 month contract but for the price I couldn't find anything better. Might be useful for others with heavy streaming requirements. http://store.three.co.uk/view/searchTariff?priceplan=&deviceType=SIM_ONLY_MBB&greatForServices= This includes tethering by the way,
  13. Just did some googling and the average person can jump around 7'6" from a standing start or 10' from a running start - you'd definitely not want to be faltering at the jump point to clear a narrow lock comfortably
  14. Our diesel boiler (5kw) heats 4 rads and a calorifier and doesn't make the radiators so hot that you'd burn yourself unless you held your hand with full pressure on them for ages. Even a small person wouldn't do this as as soon as they felt the heat they'd remove their hands
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