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Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by nealpx, 9 Feb 2005.

This topic originated from the How to page called Problems associated with noises from the central heating system.

  1. nealpx

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    i have had a frustrating intermittent problem with my 5 year old potterton suprima 40 boiler it cuts out every preston guild! will take the pcb out and check and repair the dry joints as required . i've been playing around with it for i wile. right to the point i have been a car mechanic/ technician for 25 years any joker can buy a set of brakes for a bmw m3 and fit them without registration and could put them in wrong possibly causing a major accident, crazy isn't it?!very good web site loads of good tips.
     
  2. shaggy

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    Neal said:
    ....which is?
     
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    The point is...... I haven't a clue either :LOL:
     
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    point is cr*p but far be it for me etc etc :rolleyes:
     
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    Corgi expanding again :?:
    BMW1 ticket= latest assessment reqd. :evil:
     
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    i had a prob like your,s it was a blocked filter in the return pipe. try it u never know
     
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    What a brilliant and informative thread this has been. :rolleyes:
    I'm off to bed :!:
    Good night
     
  8. PEDANTICVINDICTIVEMAN

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    I would be quite happy for corgi and gas registration acs ect etc to be scrapped and let us all just get on with our jobs, I will fix my brakes if I want and you fix your boiler, I couldn't give a toss, it's all just a pain in the arrsse to me.
     
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    Brilliant Kev :LOL: :LOL:
     
  11. shaggy

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    That's a good one Kev, I've not seen that. Where's Neal though?
     
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    He has got a point though really.
     
  13. shaggy

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    Who has, Neal? You mean this:
    I agree.
     
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    nealpx, it's his thread.
     

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