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 on: Today at 11:07:36 
Started by zirk - Last post by zirk

Still on the market Zirk:
Thanks Lizzie, thats great, only thing is, its a 27 Litre, my Belly is 28 Litres,  :)

Plus it has a Child Lock feature, cant help thinking with my Dinner inside, Child Lock and all thoses Buttons on the front of it.  ;D

Not to mention the, well,   ..... 150 Quid.  :'(

 on: Today at 10:51:31 
Started by Automaticman - Last post by Bigron
No, the leak will be at the other end - it's called the engine!  :(


 on: Today at 10:48:55 
Started by Automaticman - Last post by Automaticman
Thanks for the reply guys, it is on pretty level ground so I pray its just low and when I can eventually find the bast**rd filler neck for the fuel can I might just get enough in it to start, I cant believe it has only done 47 miles on £20 even driving round town this seems a bit rich, I did think I could smell fuel around the filler area a few days ago, are they know for leaks around the filler tubes ?

 on: Today at 10:41:51 
Started by terbert - Last post by Field Marshal Dr. Opti
It's red good looking and runs on petrol. :y

It's nipponese so should be reliable. :)

 on: Today at 10:26:39 
Started by zirk - Last post by Lizzie Zoom
No, not hype; they are well worth having. Mine's a Panasonic "Inverter" model and the grill isn't fantastic, but works ok and is very useful for plate-warming. The convection oven part is terrific, pre-heating to a set temperature then timing the cooking from then.
The mictowave: well, it's a microwave, and just works.
It's just a domestic model  though, and not 36 years old!



How strange is that Ron?  Got the same one, known as the Slimline Combi, the second I have had in 18 years.  Great features, and quality performance. Highly recommended! 8) 8) :y

Still on the market Zirk:

 on: Today at 10:24:41 
Started by zirk - Last post by Bigron
Interesting. Your experience is quite different from mine! I did consider the capacitor as a possibility, but I've never had one fail - only Magnetrons. The usual reason for Magnetron failure is when 'er indoors puts some large metal dish inside - they don't like it up 'em!  :(


 on: Today at 10:21:25 
Started by terbert - Last post by Kevin Wood
Itís basically a Mondeo  ;)

By that I mean running gear. I think itís a Mazda engine :y

I'm guessing it'll be the L series engine as in the Mk 3 MX 5 which is also the Ford Duratec.

Nice engine, but chain driven, so keep the oil changes regular. :y

 on: Today at 10:20:48 
Started by VXL V6 - Last post by Smufdnato
We want to see the right thing in our hearts for a long time.

 on: Today at 10:17:53 
Started by zirk - Last post by Fuse 19
Almost certain to be the Magnetron, which generates the microwave energy to cook your food.
As with Lexmark printer cartridges, it will be cheaper to bin it and buy new that replace!


Its almost certainly not the magnetron.  :y

Three key parts go, those being the High voltage capacitor, the HV rectifier diode and the HV fuse (the former two can take the fuse out).

Easy enough to check with a multimeter, had to replace the diode on a Sanyo catering one last year (it was 14 months old) and have fixed many a failed capacitor.

 on: Today at 10:12:24 
Started by terbert - Last post by Keith ABS
  You will be amazed at a Mazda ;D

Keith ABS

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