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  1. If sellers are low on stock or out of stock on an item they will often show stock but put up the price temporarily to discourage buyers. This way they maintain their position on the eBay listings. If they were to allow the listing to end the new listing could be several pages down in a search. I would hope that it is unlikely that a seller would take advantage of anyone who inadvertently bought at the higher price but I guess some might. It's really just a way of getting around eBay's logarithms.
  2. There's also the question of whether the mppt controller has been damaged by being connected this way. The OP started the thread because the system was not working as it had, rather than to query the quality of the workmanship.
  3. Apparently not. But if you're not too far from Wales you might be able to point your aerial in the direction of an appropriate transmitter and retune your device. Not that it'll do much good today as the programme has already been on.
  4. You did share the name, I assume inadvertently. You didn't crop the web address off the screen shot.
  5. I've no experience of these panels but reading the specs, the first ones certainly cope with partial shading well if all the talk of Maxim Panel Cell String Optimization is to be believed.
  6. I was about to say exactly that when your post popped up. However, if there's any electronicy wizardry between the two negatives, that may have been damaged and thus causing the problem.
  7. I think it's a white radish... or was that a Jefferson Airplane song?
  8. If I go to any casino and bet on every number on the roulette table at the same time, I'm sure they'll happily keep taking my money. What you suggested was a scenario where there was a 49 to 1 chance of winning where the prize jumped from £1295 to £4 million. A professional gambler would likely accept that, but that's not how the lottery works.
  9. The 49 times is one on each number at once.
  10. In this case I'd gladly do that 49 times.
  11. stegra

    6V from 12

    Use a buck converter. £5 from UK supplier, £2.25 from Hong Kong: https://www.ebay.co.uk/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=p2380057.m4084.l1313.TR3.TRC2.A0.H0.X12v+6v+b.TRS0&_nkw=12v+6v+buck+converter
  12. I guess you might mean this one which isn't very compact at all: https://www.screwfix.com/p/mcalpine-space-saving-sink-appliance-p-trap-white-40mm/66149?_requestid=254562 I do like these ones from Toolstation though but the reviews are hardly glowing: https://www.toolstation.com/espace-extra-flat-sink-trap-1-12/p54424#reviewTab
  13. It's true and apparently lots of people do that so if it ever happens they'll be sharing the jackpot quite thinly. You also have an equal chance of winning if you use the same numbers that won the last time, counterintuitive as it seems.
  14. My former neighbour's boat has ABC BOATS laser cut into the steel work. That wouldn't have pleased me at all.
  15. That must be someone else. Importantly, that kit includes one of those pressed steel exhausts with a drain hole so not suitable for most marine applications. Also, the Webasto hasn't been repainted and his feedback is percentage is poor.
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