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 on: Today at 18:50:42 
Started by Darth Loo-knee - Last post by tunnie
As suspected, just shoving in a blank replacement drive didn't resolve it.

Is the issue with Jag system as a result of your tinkering, or has it failed on its own?

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 on: Today at 18:50:21 
Started by Bigron - Last post by Bigron
You certainly geta better class of pisstake on here!
The long delay whilst counting out my pennies at the till is to get a better look at the rather nice girl there, in her low-cut top, and 'dangle berries' to those behind me in the queue!  :P

Ron.

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 on: Today at 18:49:44 
Started by malcy_p - Last post by Shackeng
Your pipe suggestion is correct, my cars are both wrong. I tested 2 spare reservoirs as follows. I blew compressed air in one side and on the other side I attached a hose ending in a jar of water. In both cases blowing in the right hand pipe produces lots of bubbles from the LH pipe. The other way nothing happened. Conclusion: Air goes from RH to LH pipes, so we need to suck on the LH pipe to draw air in the RH pipe. As the maintenance guide article says.
I shall now switch mine over. Funny, mine were running fine before.

Let us know Terry. ::) :y

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 on: Today at 18:42:07 
Started by Bigron - Last post by Rods2
Being a pensioner I expect you bought 4 x 500ml as they will fit in the water carrier on your pushbike, to rehydrate and recover several times between a long downhill ride from your garage to the pavement and then pushed it back with several stops up your drive into the garage. You had to ration the mere 500ml bottle as it was such a long exhausting journey especially the cat 1 climb home. :-[ :P

Lucky as a pensioner that you had 84p in 1p coins that you got right on the 7th recount when paying the checkout girl, while ignoring the sighs and tut, tuts in the long queue behind you. :-[ :P

Me I haven't been to Lidl shopping for 6 weeks, so stocked up on 18 500ml bottles of water that contain 4.8% alcohol and two bottles of 750ml of white wine and 3 of red. ;) Bought other groceries but where I'm a sucker for new tools and it was tool Sunday bought set of offset ratchet ring spanners, T-handle hex and star set, some hand tools, new wood saw set as mine are getting blunt, 90deg drill attachment which I keep promising to buy each time I need one and drill milling set which are great for opening holes. So at £122 ended up spending more than I intended. :-[

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 on: Today at 18:36:57 
Started by shyboy - Last post by Kevin Wood
I must know about half a dozen people who have had DSG VAG cars.
Every one of them had to sell it cheap or face a daft bill for a new gearbox at about 100-150k miles.
Probably fine if you're going to buy it new and not rack up the miles, but a manual or conventional slushbox are the only options durable enough to take a car into high mileage.
You might well bet bored with the way it drives before the gearbox dies, mind. ;)

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 on: Today at 18:36:52 
Started by terry paget - Last post by Andy A
Ignore the description they are all the same  :y

Do you mean that all the models of Omega are all use the same brake cable or do you mean the both sides of the cable are the same length?

Thanks


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 on: Today at 18:30:33 
Started by Bigron - Last post by Bigron
What part of "no insults" did you not understand?
Foolish of me to expect compliance, in view of which Forum I am on!
Zirk, this particular Lidl does not have such pernicious devices as spy cameras - and I used a trolley for my 12 bottles of bubbly water!
There was a local tavern nearby, but their fizzy water was brown, flavoured and a lot more that 17 p per litre.
Albs, you KNOW what's wrong with tap water; when was the last time you drank it?
Ah, now you have me, Dr. Opti. As you can see, I am a Baron.
Dave, you have it in a nutshell.  :y

Ron.

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 on: Today at 18:20:25 
Started by terry paget - Last post by annihilator
Ignore the description they are all the same  :y

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 on: Today at 18:17:54 
Started by DrAndyB - Last post by b4ndit
very nice :y :y

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 on: Today at 18:14:36 
Started by Rods2 - Last post by Rods2
One source of cross reference for a veteran is to search for british military campaign & service medals.
It might confirm the indiduals rank & hopefully tie up with the service number you`ve been given

Quote :-

4.2 First World War, 1914-1918
All servicemen, some women, and some civilians, were eligible for one or more campaign medals if they served abroad. These records are the nearest we have to a full ‘roll-call’ for the First World War. The medal rolls are variously arranged and accessed for each service. Details of what each medal was awarded for can be found in Appendix 1 below.

 go here  :-
 
    http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/help-with-your-research/research-guides/british-military-campaign-and-service-medals/#4-how-to-find-records-of-campaign-medals

Thank you for this link it is a really useful resource. :y :y :y

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