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    Dont forget rgum that even if you get an inverter...

    Dont forget rgum that even if you get an inverter you will still be needing to usse the same amnount of battery power to give you the required result.
    Sadly in electrical terms you get nuthin for...
  2. Hi Oosam, As long as your joists are square...

    Hi Oosam,

    As long as your joists are square with the line you want cut just project a line up from the joist face and mark you line or place your timber liner-upper in the appropriate position to...
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    Yup, Afraid it's correct and all due to the...

    Yup,

    Afraid it's correct and all due to the GST regs which came in back in 200? .

    If you don't have an ABN I believe the scrappy is obliged to keep 50% and hand it on to the government. I will...
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    Hi Mark, Having been in the reverse situation...

    Hi Mark,

    Having been in the reverse situation to yourself in the last couple of years I can understand your quandary.

    I agree with most that has been said in the previous posts but offer the...
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    Hey Andrew, The little buggers ars repairable....

    Hey Andrew,

    The little buggers ars repairable.

    Where is the leak from? the outlet or the swivelling nozzle part.

    There is a specialist shop in Bentleigh (ViC) which carries all of the parts...
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    Hi McMurphy, IMHO poly is not a good selection...

    Hi McMurphy,

    IMHO poly is not a good selection for this type of application. From what I have seen of poly tanks and hot water after time they lose something in the make up of the material and...
  7. Agreed with others on this. Air lock (a big...

    Agreed with others on this.

    Air lock (a big volume of air caught up in the pipework which cannot be expelled) is the most logical problem.

    IMHO the following procedure should be followed
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    Sorry to post one after the other but still...

    Sorry to post one after the other but still thinking.

    The other thing to keep in mind is with those mains pressure pump systems the motor start up current is around 6 to 8 times the run current...
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    You may have hit the nail on the head with this...

    You may have hit the nail on the head with this one i.e. heater packed it in, as, if the pressure / thermal valve is leaking (out of that drain thingy) then you are paying for the energy to heat that...
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