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AndrewIC

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  1. The standards used to be freely available online through Manchester Libraries, but they turned the service off, or possibly restricted access to actual libraries, presumably to save money.
  2. As stated, it’s 50291-2, but the manufacturer didn’t opt to certify that model for boat use.
  3. I’ve used these people before: https://simplyextinguishers.co.uk/
  4. Small point, certification for boat use is an option within 50291-2, the certificate of conformity (or the manual) should say whether boat use was included. I think most are now certified for boat use, but there was certainly a -2 model a few years ago that was certified for caravans but not boats. Check the small print!
  5. Make a template out of a bit of cardboard. You can hack away at that until you are happy before you attack the wall.
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  7. No, electronic copy, separate document from the BSC itself, but arrived in the same email. Perhaps previously it was a working paper and is only now becoming mandatory?
  8. No, that’s the front page of the “certificate” receipt. This is from the separate appliance record document:
  9. Is this new? I had an appliance record for at least the two most recent BSCs, with the appliances, ventilation and fire extinguisher info on it. Possibly further back than that, except that I can’t be bothered to go and dig the pre-electronic file out.
  10. Thermostatic mixing valve somewhere to prevent scalding?
  11. I seem to recall that’s been there (afloat) quite some time.
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  13. There is theoretically still a bike hire scheme in Liverpool, but I can’t remember the last time I saw one in a docking station, let alone being ridden. What Liverpool does have at the moment is hundreds of rental electric scooters, the riders of which seem to have even less road sense than the cyclists.
  14. https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2021/nov/10/andy-burnham-dont-throw-manchester-hire-bikes-in-the-canal
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  16. An afternoon with the vacuum pump and a long bit of copper tube yields this lot… For scale these are 10 litre containers. Probably only a couple of litres of water in total, but a lot of muck - the first lot out is on the right, by the time I got to the one on the left all I was getting was clean fuel. So my hope is that the agitation of filling up put enough of this into suspension to clog the filter and that nothing worse is wrong. I’ve left them to settle out for a couple of weeks, presumably I can re-use the clean parts if I decant it carefully? As to where the water came from, I have my doubts about the o-ring on the flap that covers the key way on the locking fuel cap; the collar screws are not exposed and the main o-ring looks ok.
  17. Not as far as I know. The lift pump looks to be a sealed unit, unless anyone knows otherwise. I suppose the lift pump could be on its way out, though, @MarkH2159 thought it a common fault.
  18. Ha! no, it’s a trick of the light, a bit of diesel, and some dust from the cutting disk.
  19. Filter porn as promised… Top is the original filter, a Beta branded one, after approx 150hrs. Bottom is the one I subsequently swapped after about 40hrs (a Baldwin). Some of the dust will be from the Dremel cutting disks. I’ve never opened up a diesel filter before: Is the amount of crud on the top filter really enough to stop an engine, or should I be looking elsewhere as well? Note that this is the only filter on the engine, there has never been any pre-filter. Sorting out the bits to try to clean up the bottom of the tank.
  20. I think I’ve only ever had the tank cleaned once in 20 years, had a yard do it years ago, and I suspect that wasn’t done very well. The replacement filter got us to below Middlewich and then things started to feel a bit lumpy again so I changed it again. Will see what they look like inside when I get home, and sort out means of seeing what’s at the bottom of the tank.
  21. There certainly used to be a discount for boats based on the Lancaster Canal. I think it was done away with when the Ribble Link opened.
  22. It’s been low-ish most of the way from the summit to Hassall Green today, the “summit minus 1” pound particularly so. Shows what time and water do to piling though, big holes below the normal waterline!
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