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    With Greys auctions they dispose of the last of...

    With Greys auctions they dispose of the last of the discontinued models, they are not warranty returns or secondhand units.
    Blanco release a new model range and discount the last models to the...
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    Blanco, got one from Greys (Grays) auctions 5...

    Blanco, got one from Greys (Grays) auctions 5 years ago, fraction of new cost, no problems still going as new and craps all over locally made rubbish, and came with a 12 month warranty as it was a...
  3. But won't he need a bigger hole to fit...

    But won't he need a bigger hole to fit through............
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    It used to be red active, black neutral and green...

    It used to be red active, black neutral and green earth, that was many moons ago but some aplliances still have the original wiring.
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    Water spins a different way in the northern...

    Water spins a different way in the northern hemisphere so it will bugger the seals which are turned for our water.......serious:rolleyes:
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    You realise of course that by reading the code it...

    You realise of course that by reading the code it is a code violation:no:
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    I am honoured that I got a mention, remember my...

    I am honoured that I got a mention, remember my post some time ago
    http://www.woodworkforums.com/showthread.php?t=33087&highlight=sod
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    Just got into the field of knocking down houses with Excavators wanted some opinions on where to start on knocking down a house.Basic Questions of

    Where to start?
    Nimbin

    Should you load...
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    We have a 4 heater tastic clone that comes with a...

    We have a 4 heater tastic clone that comes with a vent hose and a valve that closes when the fan is off, four switches operate fan, light and heaters in banks of two.
    Had a look and it has no name...
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    Go below ground,less problem later with...

    Go below ground,less problem later with overhanging flora and changing regulations, get a quote from someone else to dig the trench, and bear in mind that filling it afterwards can be equally hard...
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    In the early days of CD ROM when I was at Uni a...

    In the early days of CD ROM when I was at Uni a Phd student managed to stuff a computer by sticking a CD in the 5" floppy drive, he was studying computer science:no:
    My DC wasn't working too well...
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    We have the small Ultimate and after replacing...

    We have the small Ultimate and after replacing the 'rope' around the door it is fine, with the strong winds a lobster tail could cure the problems as they create a venturi effect.
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    Ditto, doing some strange things thismorning,...

    Ditto, doing some strange things thismorning, took 2 goes to reply.
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    How about a bottle tree, seen them on ebay and a...

    How about a bottle tree, seen them on ebay and a new sells for about $40.
  15. Thread: Ikea Headache

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    But will Gyprock stand a 20kg load? I am always...

    But will Gyprock stand a 20kg load?
    I am always dubious about these claims of load bearing, and gyprock is not that solid after all, I think I would lay awake at night waiting for the crash.
    It may...
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    And I thought potash was the ash from green...

    And I thought potash was the ash from green cigarettes:rolleyes:
    Thanks for the potting mix info, will have to try that out and see how we go:2tsup:
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    And for our local readers...

    And for our local readers Cilantro=Coriander....Peppers=Capsicum and/or chilli and one I recently discovered Aragula=Rocket.
    Thanks anyway Bob.
    And Porcini is a mushroom, not a little pig:wink:
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    If you have gas, we don't and the gas bill for a...

    If you have gas, we don't and the gas bill for a single heater used to be one bottle ( those 5' high torpedoes, at present about $75 each).
    We use wood as our only heat source and have an inbuilt...
  19. Thread: Mozzie deterrent

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    Sophia Loren, my phone number...

    Sophia Loren, my phone number is.................:D
  20. Thread: rats

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    Our vet told us to change baits each time we hear...

    Our vet told us to change baits each time we hear the little buggers as they develope an immunity to repeated doses.
    There are plenty on the market so try another one, I have also found that Ratsak...
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    Thanks Al, if it's not the right stuff I have...

    Thanks Al, if it's not the right stuff I have found out that it costs about $5 a metre and one place called it ceramic seal, as for sealant, I doubt this is neccessary for this heater as it...
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    Thanks for the replies, I used the term 'rope' as...

    Thanks for the replies, I used the term 'rope' as this is what it looks like, not a silicon or rubber type seal.
    I will be in Carrum Downs later today so I will give them a go, failing that revert...
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    "Rope" on heater door

    We have an Ultimate inbuilt wood heater and after a few years of use the 'rope' around the door has passed it's use byb date and is sucking air.
    I know that if I go back to Ultimate they will charge...
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    Do you get analogue reception on the TV via the...

    Do you get analogue reception on the TV via the recorder when it is switched off?
    Wondering if there is a fault with the recorder.
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    ABA has decreed that digital cannot be used below...

    ABA has decreed that digital cannot be used below channel 6 so if you feel you must get a new antenna go for a high gain log periodic, very compact and very efficient, and cheaper.
    Why yours is not...
  26. Thread: Cement Mixers

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    Mine has a belt and pulley reduction drive, would...

    Mine has a belt and pulley reduction drive, would you class this as a 'gearbox' or are you referring to a mechanical/cog/gears device?
  27. Thread: Cement Mixers

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    I bought a mixer from Bunnies (I think, may have...

    I bought a mixer from Bunnies (I think, may have been Mitre 10), thin bowl but as I am not a builder it's been OK, we mixed up a 40kg bag of concrete with a big bucket of dirt and another of cement...
  28. [QUOTE=Burnsy;512258]they had been used as a...

    [QUOTE=Burnsy;512258]they had been used as a porn. /QUOTE]

    I am not generally a spelling nazi but on this this occassion I will make an exception, Google the following:
    1. Porn (wipe screen so...
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    Plain or Self Raising????

    Plain or Self Raising????
  30. Thread: Main HDD failure

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    I thought it was the drivellers dribble corroding...

    I thought it was the drivellers dribble corroding the works............
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    We just put down a slurry of mortar and dropped...

    We just put down a slurry of mortar and dropped it in, a shower/Bath/spa combo that has to put up with my bulk, I like the idea of something solid underneath.
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    We had that problem once and the plumber...

    We had that problem once and the plumber explained that it was a build up of gas that exits through the dunny then after the eruption sucks the contents of the 'S' bend back in, a blocked vent is a...
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    Arlec have (or had) a unit that plugged into an...

    Arlec have (or had) a unit that plugged into an existing bayonet fitting, I also have one in the garage that is pre wired and plugs into a power point.
    The warehouse have psuedo stainless steel LED...
  34. Thread: Shed options

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    My 6x12 slab c0st over 4K 3 years ago, the shed...

    My 6x12 slab c0st over 4K 3 years ago, the shed was 5.5K delivered, $1200 tp put up, 30 metre trench from the house to the shed for the cable was $600 and mates rates for a sparky was 12 antenna...
  35. Thread: Plaster dust

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    I've used the triton bucket for this as well,...

    I've used the triton bucket for this as well, with regular trips outside to bang the filter clean, bugger of a job regardless.
  36. If something is wired incorrectly it won't become...

    If something is wired incorrectly it won't become dangerous after a settling in period, it will be alive and kicking, literally, from day one.
    If in any doubt about live appliances just grab one of...
  37. How about cement sheet and vinyl over the top?...

    How about cement sheet and vinyl over the top?
    Pull it all up later when you are not broke, the sheet is cheap and most carpet places sell end of roll or off cuts which could be big enough.
  38. Thread: Vanity at stake.

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    :thinkingof:

    :thinkingof:
  39. Thread: 30kg to much!!!!!

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    Isn't Ostio that rubbish brand at Bunnies:p

    Isn't Ostio that rubbish brand at Bunnies:p
  40. Thread: Vanity at stake.

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    Al, here tis.... www.makers-marks.co.uk Mine...

    Al, here tis....
    www.makers-marks.co.uk
    Mine are the standard 1" round so I just drop them in with the aid of a Forstner bit.
    Thanks for your thoughts, especially yours Al, tosser...
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