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  1. Thanks, could do that although already a hole in side of the boat so would prob make more sense to stick with side Ah no worries! My neighbours have a cassette thing and I really feel for them. I guess that was the only option at one point or chuck it in the canal
  2. Good morning, I’m after a vent to cover my compost loo outlet. it’s around 80mm ( diameter round hole) and at a slight angle on the hull so needs to be flattish and rain proof? just wondering if anyone had any suggestions? many thanks.
  3. Thanks for your replies. reading is for maximum level in the previous 24hrs. we have a house sized cooker and cook a lot so that may well be the cause. could perhaps use more vents too it would be useful to know what an average reading would be. Maybe I could get another testing device.
  4. I’m guessing zero. our CO alarm/monitor generally reads around 10-15 ppm . Alarm doesn’t go off. No stove on. Just a Small morco around 4 years old- flu seems clear!? Any thoughts?? cheers
  5. Our shower room gets a bit cold in the winter and cannae stop the mould in the silicone between tiles 1. Used cheap white silicone for grout- mouldy 2. Used 2nd most expensive 'never go mouldy' silicone- mouldy 3. used the 8 quid, 10 year guarantee no mould super duper top of the range silicone- you know the rest...... any other ideas greatly appreciated - is silicone more prone to mould than regular grout? if it is, I may try grout instead. The walls are pretty solid so not much flex. many thanks
  6. Well if it stops me going to Burton I’ll definitely build one !
  7. Thanks, Hadn’t thought much about the cruising limitations as we haven’t done much (yet) but I suppose it’s good to have the option. our Air draught is around 6ft
  8. Hello, I'm considering popping a wheelhouse over my widebeam stern deck. Has anyone done similar with some nice pics etc? cheers Ed
  9. yep I totally agree- That will prob be me .... I'll weld a little support this week
  10. Well judging by the rest of the boat, the guy who built it did everything as quickly as poss:) Thanks for all the advice! I think putting a new 5/15 valve and short piece of pipe on is the best solution for me.
  11. I like the idea of not draining the tank. Did that once before- a right old pain.
  12. Ok I’ll give it a shot tomorrow, thanks very much for your help!
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