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TheBiscuits

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  1. This post cannot be displayed because it is in a forum which requires at least 10 posts to view.
  2. You've just been faffing about trying to reduce the fumes inside your boat from other boats' stoves and engines. Are you 100% sure it is not displaying the correct reading near your boat, inside or out?
  3. In practice that's correct - you won't get any hassles if you do it that way. What CRT actually say you should do in your case is take out a 12 month licence with your home mooring declared then when you leave to go CC'ing update your mooring status to "no home mooring" either online or by phone. It doesn't cost anything and you won't need to swap the licence for a different one. It won't make much difference either way but this way is more accurate.
  4. Get your canopy supplier to make an edged hole in the correct location, insert pole through hole ...
  5. That's annoying. I was thinking of going thataway on the way back from Birmingham, so July/August. I'm not sure if I'll have time enough to go there on the way down to Brum for early June.
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  7. Try one branch if you're passing it. The one near me had two dozen in stock yesterday.
  8. No, but April 2019 is when it came into force ...
  9. That's the minimum total spread over at least three extinguishers on a 36ft+ boat. Add the A's and the B's up to exceed those figures.
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  11. Read the words ... Fire rating: 5A/34B/C It's not shown in those photos, but it is printed on the side of the extinguisher. Yes if you only have 1kg extinguishers you need 5 of them on most narrowboats. Having at least one near any likely source of ignition is a good idea though, and having them distributed throughout the boat makes sense even if you have a couple of larger ones.
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  13. They do have, just not shown in those pictures.
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  15. 6.4 Carbon monoxide alarms 6.4.1 If the vessel has one or more accommodation space(s), are the correct number of carbon monoxide alarms provided? R Identify the presence of one or more accommodation space(s). If present, check for the presence and location of carbon monoxide alarm(s). Check by visual assessment and, if necessary, measure the distance between carbon monoxide alarm(s) and any door that links accommodation spaces. All vessels having one or more accommodation space(s) must be provided with at least one carbon monoxide alarm. A carbon monoxide alarm must be located within 10m of any door that links accommodation spaces.
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