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system 4-50

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  1. Some comments above. A question for the forum, don't fuel boats in London offer pump-outs? And is it time for fuel boats to do high-speed water tank filling as well? (preferably using different tanks…)
  2. Good Luck! And wave to my 3 year old granddaughter, currently in Basingstoke Hospital with breathing difficulties, as/if you pass by.
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  5. Because I found it difficult to provide a collection container that wouldn't have a risk of spillage. And the Pela was quicker. And required less pumps. IIRC.
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  7. I magnetically perspexed the lower part of my hoppers and left the hoppery bit as was. This gave a noticeable improvement.
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  9. My Beta43 had a pump but I preferred to use a Pela.
  10. In one of my clarevoyant moments I inspected your so-called incomplete gas works and discovered that they are not gas works at all but a rather fine contemporary art-work just needing a few lines of poetry and a very expensive price tag to complete it. Make sure that your BSS inpector is sufficiently sophisticated to understand the finer points of works of art.
  11. To amplify: Visit them even if you decide that you are going to buy second-hand. Listening to them and seeing their manufacturing facility will be informative. They will be happy to talk to you. From their point of view you may be a customer in a few year's time.
  12. Leave the boat on a dry day. Before you leave the boat, run the stove hard and get the temperature inside the boat hot. This will get any dampness in the boat into the air. Shut down the stove and open the doors fully. The hot "damp" air will leave the boat and be replaced with cold dry air from outside. Close all windows & vents including your Morco flue. When this is complete, shut the doors smartly (with yourself outside). There is now no dampness in the boat and no way for it to get in, so no mould/condensation will occur. This method is not tried and not tested but I'm applying for a patent at the Bizzard Patent Office.
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