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Nobag

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  1. Thanks, its good to know that they run fairly quiet.
  2. Yes, but i think when they reach the set temp they quieten down, lots of camper vans seem to have them. Thanks I have a cupboard where a Alde boiler used to live and was thinking it may be a suitable place, but not sure about the gas tight exhaust. Thanks
  3. Hello, does anyone have their heater installed inside the living area of the boat, fitted with a gas tight exhaust connected to a skin fitting. I was thinking that if one was fitted in a central position, you could have air blown in both directions and not have cold spots in the boat. Looking on YouTube, there are a few videos showing these heaters with CO detectors installed on sea going boats and in what appears to be living space. Thanks for any Thoughts.
  4. Out of interest, do you use any ducting inside the boat and if not how far does the warm air travel. Cheers
  5. The council have put double yellow lines either side of all bridges on the G&S.
  6. There is a nice pay & display car park at Saul Junction.
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  8. Screwfix do the filter cartridges.
  9. Shut all the rads off except for one, see if you can get flow to that one.
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  11. Spect they pay extra for the recycling bin.
  12. In Saul Junction they have 3 X 1100 bins in the car park. 2 general waste , 1 recycling. All emptied into the same lorry. How does that work.
  13. If you connect the pump back up to the boiler and it still does not work properly, then I would think the PCB is faulty.
  14. Close both radiator valves on each one to keep the antifreeze/water in, drain the 22mm loop into a container for reuse. Then do the bucket test from YouTube video. At least you can rule out a faulty heater or not.
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