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frygood

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    Norwich

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    retired shop keeper
  • Boat Name
    Why Fry
  • Boat Location
    Mercia Marina

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  1. When Liverpool was shut off a year or two back.We were one of the first boats in when it reopened the weed growth was terrible.will this happen to most of the system?
  2. i paid £160 on Monday.£40 per year is properly a drop in the ocean to what boating costs.Im not unhappy.
  3. We have a heritage compact duette.A really good bit of kit and have no regrets about having it.We have never had any issues regarding power. Obvisously it uses some power.It runs on Diesel and is very economical.Yes on a really hot day its a pain but you have a Salad or light the BBQ.This time of year its lovely with its residual heat.With often saves you power/fuel as you don't use other forms of heating.
  4. I was a cable Jointer in the 80s and 90s The majority of houses i connected up was with a 25mm2 Alimunium cable.The older houses were connected with 10 or 16 mm copper cable.A lot of the mains i worked on were layed anything upto 100 years ago.When a few houses had a few lights and they are still being used.The cables between my batteries and my Inverter are larger than a lot of the mains in this country.
  5. Brilliant.Thanks to you both.
  6. i have a plug on my Skin tank.Do i just undo this or is there more to it.?
  7. Thats what i think.will it sort its self out.If not how would i sort it.
  8. Normal Oil around 50 psi Temp 65 C
  9. Hi Guys I was wondering on your thoughts on this one. Engine 31/2 year old Beta 50 1150 hours I checked my coolant level this morning something that i do fairly regularly[Although i have been a little remiss lately and maybe haven't checked it for about a week.] Ever since day 1 the coolant has been rock steady just wetting my finger.This morning it was right to the top of the neck.Strange as i haven't topped up.i though maybe some air was in the system and cruised for about 5 hours today.All good.I left it to cool down about 6 hours.Then had another look.As i took the cap off and released the pressure some water was released down the overflow pipe.The level is still at the top of the neck. A week ago i was on the Seven against the flow.Its the first time my engine has done any real work Might be relevant. Thoughts Guys ?
  10. frygood

    Anchor Stuff

    I am currently on the Avon and will be heading up the Seven.With maybe a trip down to Glocester but I'm not sure about that.As for the rest I have nothing planed as yet.I just want to get it right for when i do.
  11. frygood

    Anchor Stuff

    Hi Guys Sorry about this.I have an Anchor [25kg] which i brought in a well known Chandlers along with a rope and chain which the Chandlers also supplied with it.Today i had it all out and measured the rope about 7m and the chain is also about 7m.Now i feel these are properly to short for say a trip on the Thames or some of the larger rivers. My Question is.Do i add more Chain or more rope or both and how much. Thanks Carl
  12. Its very hard to tell. maybe that's the reason
  13. next time it comes on i will have a good feel around the cooking side to see if i can detect any warmth.I have just remembered in the past when the boiler stat was set higher i have been able to turn it right down which has immediately turned of the strange start up.
  14. OK its a heritage compact Duette. 2 burners so the cooker and boiler are separate units although contained in the same range.I do have a separate room thermostat and a thermostat on the cylinder.The cooker side is controlled by a panel on the heritage.The radiators do not get warmer or the cooker that's why i feel its the hot water that is heating if anything is.
  15. ST9400C is the number on the Honeywell.As for the motorised Valve.There is a pipe going in each side and one coming out of the bottom.so i am assuming a 3 port.but im no expert.
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