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Mystery pcb

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by geoff@cetltd, 14 Sep 2006.

  1. geoff@cetltd

    geoff@cetltd

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    I had a 407695 come in the other day

    It looks identical to a 407677 (profile), but why the different number

    Does anyone have an idea ?
     
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    I have a very good idea. :evil:
     
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    but is it relevant to the question ?

    if so, what is it ?
     
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    It couldn't get more relevant, but I'm not allowed to write the idea on the forum. :evil:
     
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    Its not a manufacturs part number...at least not for a uk boiler.
     
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    This is where I have a problem

    on top of the case instead of 407677, it reads 407695, exactly the same typeface etc
     
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    I am probably wrong but i think that is the pcb for a sime superior (which is a profile with a sime badge on it)
     
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    The 407677 is for the Prima. and the Profile.

    Ask if you don't know.

    :LOL: :LOL: :LOL: :LOL: :LOL: :LOL: :LOL: :LOL:
     
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    yes I did know that mate

    was just guessing that the PCB raden was on about may have been badge as that number for the sime which is exactly the same boiler

    what do you mean???
     
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    Hmm, very interesting, thanks - I'll check that out tomorrow
     
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    really?

    well B***er me with a bargepole ...

    and the 407695, which what is what I was asking about ?
     
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    Still working on the 407695 :LOL:
     
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    If you hadn't looked, HRPC Identiffier shows 407767 for the Sime Superior Mk1.
     
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    So is that a totally different board to the '77 cos it dont look it??

    as i said I was probably wrong, but worth a punt. Could it be an import or summink

    not that it matters of course just sort of interesting
     
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    no, identical in every way to the 407677 except for the number on top
     
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