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PostPosted: Sun Feb 13, 2011 7:55 pm 
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Looking for someone to fit one of these for me in the Northamptonshire area (Kettering)
Have a worcester 24cdi at minute I will buy the boiler but need someone who has done the training to get the 5year guarantee


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Razor is in you patch, I'm sure he would give you a price. :thumbright:


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PostPosted: Mon Feb 14, 2011 8:31 pm 
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No point..the OP won't be able to open it. :roll:


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I thought new members could receive but not give. A bit like cabin boys in the Navy :shock: :scratch:

Well he hasn't come back anyway :wink:

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Perhaps a mod could pm razor an email address. :thumbright:


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Perhaps a mod could pm razor an email address. :thumbright:


Good point. well made. :oops: :oops:


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Just received the first gas bill since the new boiler :roll:

740 units against 1400 the previous quarter. :thumbright:

Be really interesting to see the next one with a full quarter on the new boiler.


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No point..the OP won't be able to open it. :roll:



But the Monkey has an email button on his posting.

All Ray has to do is to use that!

I do have to say that I hate these PMs and see little point of them for normal people with email as anyone posting on a forum already will have.

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Pm's are brilliant for sending a quick message to someone online.

It's a forum facility you can choose to use or switch off as is yours. :thumbright:



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How's the Intergas going Scruff?..................I've got a mate & I'm thinking of fitting one for him.
I'd value your views mate.

They said on a DIYdoughnuts thread that they can be bought directly from Intergas, is that the case?


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Hi DP :lol:

The thread on Donuts is talking Atmos/intergas whereas I have the Intergas Bromsgrove, virtually the same boiler.

Very impressed to date Dickie, and the Rhino flue, with the end turned up was a definite plus in my install.

The Integas can be ordered through Plumbase or direct 01527 888000.

The Atmos/Intergas can be ordered direct, not sure about details, but you can download the manuals for both in the sub forum (index)


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Thanks for that I'll give them a bell. Sorry, I did read most of the thread, but I missed one bit; Did you fit Kit A or B?
Nice install by the way, I like the Hospital pipe clips, yeah we've also got loads of them left over from a job............... :wink:
Thanks again
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I fitted kit A but would have fitted kit B had I known before I ordered it.

Kit B is much better quality valves and easier to fit, only downside is hiding the vessel.

The install was a bit of a chuck it in and get the heating back on, so could have been better if I'd ripped the lot out and started from scratch.


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Hi Dickie,

Welcome back - I wonder how long for this time eh?

:welcome: from the whole mods team :wink:


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