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Fantastic site. We have had, in our time, a Scoupe MVTi, an Scoupe, a Coupe F2 evolution and this coming Thursday I will be getting a 2001 RD2. Just following your site and info as I cannot sign in to HMA (they want money) and trying to find manuals for the RD2 specifically. I even had a paper Hyundai manual for the 1998 F2 (tibby) and registered with HMA then (have since forgot name and password used). By my reckoning the RD2 will be about the 8th Hyundai we have owned. Keeping the faith

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great site for my car Hyundia Tibron

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Just to say thanks for the diverter valve replacement guide, I could not have done it without your guidance.. works perfect now and no leaks.. Brilliant, thank you....

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Brilliant! Now all we need is an equivalent device to handle the cat litter end. If you pair them together, perhaps you'd be able to go for a month long vacation and the cats wouldn't care.

I imagine this would disrupt the pet boarding industry :-)


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Brilliant!!! Top Banana!! Hot water stopped on Friday afternoon - Found your site and diagnosed fault Friday evening - Got parts on Saturday morning - Had Hot Water by Saturday evening!

Our 24CDI still had the original old style Flow Manifold so was a slightly different configuration to those fitted on later 24CDI boilers. Because of this we opted to replace the diaphragm only as replacing the whole diverter would have meant also buying the updated Flow Manifold,etc... After a bit of googling and finding instructions to fit the new version (flow-manifold-instructions.pdf)on the worcester-bosch.co.uk site we felt reassured that although our boiler hadn't been fitted with the upgrade it wasn't anything detrimental to the repair in hand.

We had to source the diaphragm through a plumbing trade outlet so they were quite a bit more expensive than ebay listings, but we weighed up the pros and cons of being without Hot water until earliest delivery date of Tuesday or a few quid out of pocket lying in a lovely hot bath on Saturday night. The latter option won hands down as although we could have used our caravan on the front drive, getting past the neighbours kitchen window in a Tiger onesie without causing a stir seemed a daunting prospect! So Thank you, Thank you, Thank you!!

Daz & Charlie x:]

PS. Alan from Edinburgh - Think you're talking about the filling loop screw which should be opened only when re-pressuring the system using a key. At all other times it should be tightly closed.


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Many thanks for your pictorial Worcester guide - it really helped me replace my first ever diaphragm kit.
Question - what does the black screw do on the opposite side of the key to the grey screw do on plastic manifold? Should this be fully closed or partly open?

Thanks again, Alan


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Great lesson on PKI Gareth; this man knows his stuff!

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Many thanks for your highly amusing write-up of your project. Can't wait to get IPv6 now!

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Here is a big load of thanks for you! I wouldn't have managed to fix my Tibby without your website.

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love this site helps a lot for the rebuild of my hyundai coupe 1997 conversion to rally spec
THANKS VERY MUCH


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