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Messages - TheBoy

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Oh well, I need to get another quadcopter's flight controller configured, and then sent out on its maiden flight...
Maiden flight completed without incident*.

All things considered, though, I've rather be fixing TBE  >:(


*ignoring the fact the new transmitter I bought for this is faulty (no sound), so rebound to my other. Bit of an arse, as to get to the receiver to rebind means a bit of a strip, and will have to be repeated when new xmitter is fixed.

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Omega General Help / Re: Air con question
« on: Yesterday at 18:35:02 »
The hiss gives the game away. Replace both and regas, as others have said.

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Omega General Help / Re: Airbags self deployment
« on: Yesterday at 18:26:23 »
Nope, never seen that (outside of a real accident).

IIRC, the seat ones are only triggered by the door sensors, so has anyone been pissing around in the doors, either around the sensor, or the riveted plate that the sensor uses?

If driving, its probably possible bumps might set up, especially if the car is rock hard.

I assumed that would be the senor in the door to triger them but nothing has been touched on the doors and I was on smooth bit of road while driving. Nothingís changed suspension wise in the last few thousand miles so canít go blaming that really.

Iíll see if I can get into the ecu later, I was wondering if my water leak behind the dash has got into the ecu but itís no where near that area!
Doubt it'll be wet, unless you've been pour drinks over it.

If you can read the ECU, it will tell you why, but I suspect the door sensor has triggered it.

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Omega General Help / Re: Airbags self deployment
« on: Yesterday at 18:24:56 »
It hapened to me few years back on my 2.0 estate...Just leaned the door on first click and went upstairs. Side airbag deployed when I got back.
I could possibly understand that, if the door was banging/vibrating on the catch.

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Its the largest of the "standard" injector sizes, so I believe you're right at 27mm.

If its injector 4, it needs to be one of those crappy injector sockets due to the sensor.  Any other, use a deep normal socket, as the injector ones are inherently weak.

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General Car Chat / Re: On the A303......
« on: Yesterday at 18:20:56 »
And here's me thinking all us OOFers were fine upstanding law abiding citizens ::) That'll learn ya to drive a bit more sedately like what that TB fella does :o :o ;D
Aye, I'm a model citizen.  I've always had a clean licence, and not been on a speed awareness course.  Just call me Mr Perfect.


//TB goes off and touches wood

Yeah, me too. Does the IKEA wood on this desk count? ::)
Wood? Ikea?

That's 2 words not usually used in the same sentence ;D


(Except that really soft crappy pine stuff Ikea used to sell about 10yrs ago, but I think that was classed as balsa ;D)

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;D

Well, if you will run a launderette ;D

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Omega General Help / Re: Airbags self deployment
« on: Yesterday at 09:52:07 »
Nope, never seen that (outside of a real accident).

IIRC, the seat ones are only triggered by the door sensors, so has anyone been pissing around in the doors, either around the sensor, or the riveted plate that the sensor uses?

If driving, its probably possible bumps might set up, especially if the car is rock hard.

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Omega General Help / Re: Air con question
« on: Yesterday at 09:48:53 »
Guessing I need a proper thermometer to measure vent temp, all I have is an IR one...

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Omega General Help / Re: torque convertor lock up
« on: Yesterday at 09:47:33 »
Or about 130mph if your ragging it.  :-X
Which you won't reach in Sport mode on a pre V5 of a GS820 TCM, as it will not go into top, just bounces along the rev limiter at about 128mph.

Apparently. Obviously I wouldn't know such things.

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General Discussion Area / Re: Sky Q hub
« on: Yesterday at 09:45:59 »
*Grabs popcorn and awaits the inevitable feedback from Jamie about the efficacy of ISP provided WiFi hubs*
You know, I know, my Mum's dog knows, they are all universally shite. End of.

The latest of the best of the current crop are, at best, adequate for now.

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Whats a tumble dryer? Do I own one?

Sounds suspiciously pink to me...

Probably not with your record as they are commonly used as a firelighter. Ideal in winter. Turn on, go out for half an hour and come home to a real fire. The best are allegedly the Hotpoint Ronson range, where they ignite first time, every time. :o :o :o
Cheers Rods2, that gives me the ammo I need should she say she wants one :y

She's not got over "the incident" yet, so any mention of the fire word scares the bejesus out of her ;D

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Whats a tumble dryer? Do I own one?

Sounds suspiciously pink to me...
Ask Sue when she brings you your tea in the bath...
She says no. Apparently its one of those things she says would be useful, but I won't let her buy.

I had choco chip shortbread delivered to me as well :)

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General Car Chat / Re: Ins renewal
« on: Yesterday at 09:37:50 »
£300 for the Tata
I'm jealous. My diesel is nearer £400 than £300 IIRC

£160 for the mighty Signum.
Hmmm, maybe I'm not jealous after all ;D

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General Car Chat / Re: On the A303......
« on: Yesterday at 09:36:17 »
And here's me thinking all us OOFers were fine upstanding law abiding citizens ::) That'll learn ya to drive a bit more sedately like what that TB fella does :o :o ;D
Aye, I'm a model citizen.  I've always had a clean licence, and not been on a speed awareness course.  Just call me Mr Perfect.


//TB goes off and touches wood

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