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Peter R

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  3. During lockdown my wife experimented with painting roses and daisies and found she was quite good at it. As a result she is now selling her products as a side line to the day job. For more information please see the Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Dizzy-Duck-Crafts-101600261708854/
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  8. Andrew Assuming it's the same set-up as the LPWS3, then it's not difficult, but it may well be a bit fiddly and messy, as once you slacken the bolt that goes through the filter housing, any fuel in the housing will start to leak out, right where you are trying to operate a spanner! Peter
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  14. Hi Rose I would have loved to attend such an auspicious occasion, but unfortunately I will be on my way to Holland that day, which would make it somewhat difficult! May I offer my congratulations and wish you both all the best for the future. Peter
  15. Hi Rose Good to see you earlier, albeit 'in passing'. Hope you find a mooring at Shackerstone without too long a walk to the festival - it all looked very busy mooring-wise when we came past yesterday. We're moored at Hawkesbury tonight en route back to base at Crick. We couldn't wait around for the festival as I have to go back to w**k on Monday. But then we were intending to go down the south oxford when we left base, and only changed plans to go up the Ashby because of the water issues on the south oxford! Peter
  16. We're on the boat until end of next week. Original plan was to head down towards oxford, but with the water level issues on the summit, we decided to head north up the oxford instead and have a look up the Ashby canal. Yesterday it rained all day, so we arrived at Braunston rather damp. Today has been better with showers rather than constant rain, but we're still trying to dry out everything from yesterday! We're moored at Newbold tonight. 'Turnaround' point will be about midday tuesday, so whether we will get right up to snarestone will have to be seen. If you see us along the way, give us a wave! Peter
  17. My LPWS3 originally had one of these re-usable filters. However, several years ago I went to check it at service time to discover that all that was in the housing was the two pieces of mesh - all the foam had disappeared. The only conclusion I could come to was that it had disintegrated and then been 'eaten' by the engine! Since then i've used a disposable paper 'ring' cartridge fitted into the original filter housing. If it helps I usually get my filters from Marine Engine Services. Peter
  18. Hope to pay a visit sometime over the weekend, but don't know for sure which day yet. Peter
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  22. [pedant mode on] IF you don't mind, as I never said I was coming then technically I was declining the invitation. If I had previously said I was coming then it would have been a cancelation. [pedant mode off] Peter
  23. I'm afraid I won't be able to join you this year as I've got other commitments that weekend. Peter
  24. Much as i'd love to be there, realistically it's not going to happen. I know it's a lousy excuse but it would be best part of 200 miles each way, and i've got things i'd much rather be doing with my weekend than spending 8 hours+ of it driving! Hopefully the next one will be a bit closer!
  25. The wiring on my Webasto is as follows :- Red - live supply to timer Brown- earth black - trigger, connect to live to switch boiler 'on' I think the looped wire that was referred to which will restrict run time to 1 hour is purple. Peter
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