I normally use standard tannalised 3 x 3 posts postcreted in. As they're inside the bed they're protected from the bulk of the elements.
Why not just postcrete them in?
I assume there is a separate thermostat for the central heating. If there is just turn this down and the heating won't come on.
Just phone customer services and ask for some more cards.
Put a pic up of front control panel please
There is a sensor for the abs which detects if wheel has locked up during braking. They can fail but I'd initially unplug, clean up (ensure dry)...
Done them all, always go with what manufacturer states.
I have this one, tradesman, doing bathrooms, kitchens etc... had no issues with anything I've needed to drill...
Curved panels are a pig to cut, I hate them
Could you cut the bath panel to allow the tub to sit under the tiles? You don't want any movement in the bath and the tiles are part of, along...
I'd go with sand/cement mix
Take it to your local seals and bearings place. It's only an o ring so they'll cost pennies.
Is there a question?
You'd know about it if it was leaking, the wall would be very wet
Great post. I have a nilfisk and whilst I haven't had the issue you describe I'll keep your post in mind if I ever do.
Always copper for me, plastic looks horrible
What's your question?
Can't you just make some?
Thanks for your condescending post, it was greatly received.
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