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Iain_S

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    Gamebird : Kelpie
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    Broxburn

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  1. Watched a bit of the video. Effin ell, four and a half hours to get through Bratch?
  2. Hadn't thought of shutting off the cylinder! That would make the gauge a really good test, testing everything apart from the cylinder valve spindle. Wonder why it's not included as a test method in the BSS, while a bubble tester is deemed acceptable?
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  4. I don't see how a pressure gauge on the high pressure side can give any indication of leakage, unless it's a major leak which would be obvious without it. A leak on the low pressure side will release a relatively small quantity of gas in a short space of time and any pressure drop will be concealed by LPG in the cylinder going from a liquid to a gaseous state. Conversely, if there is a high gas demand, the temperature of the cylinder will drop, leading to a drop in pressure.
  5. When we went under Fotheringay Bridge on the Nene on our first trip on CK, I just got the tiller pin out in time. The centre rope attachment made a nice groove on the underside of the bridge, though.
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  9. BW exists, and trades as Scottish Canals.
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  12. The only thing the Police MIGHT report to the DPP would be the misrepresentation regarding "Court appointed bailiffs" and the "Court Order". They are not going to be interested in the operation of the British Waterways Acts 1971 and 1983, which is TD's root complaint.
  13. I'd suggest churning up the sediments in the tank is a good thing while you're doing the filtering.
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