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Great Article will have to build something like this for the Dogs

Added: January 9, 2014
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I would like to offer my sincere thanks for the illustrated guide to replacing my diverter valve. As described in your commentary, my shower would go hot and cold intermittently and needed the hot water tap on many occasions to complete the simple task of taking a shower. shopped around for a replacement valve and also around plumbers to see how much to have the part fitted. As I am a mechanic by trade I was always going to attempt the repair once I knew what it was. I followed your instructions and the whole process took as suggested about 2 1/2 hours, filled the system half expecting water everywhere and to my amazement all is good, no leaks and a hot shower and still going after a week. Once again thank you very much for your excellent web site.

Added: December 17, 2013
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Great site, so much useful info on my old Hyundai. Proper life saver.
Big thumbs up


Added: November 21, 2013
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I do not usually sign guestbooks, but this time I am making an exception. Man you rock. You literally saved my life. Your references, manual links and tutorials are just what I was looking for, just at the right time. I salute you, and please keep this up! Good to see people with pride in their Hyundais too

05 GK tibby.


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Many Thanks for all info on Hyundai Coupe F2. Which I bought in The UK recently and drove back to BG.
It is very usefull. Thanks Again


Added: August 12, 2013
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I am building an automated cat feeder with internet access based loosely on your design. It uses the same dispenser. The electrical components run on 120vac to simplify. Motor 1RPM asynchronous motor, IDEC timer relay to control how long motor turns, triggered by one shot, and ecobee Internet enabled 120vac outlet providing the feeding signal (works with my Internet enabled thermostat). However, I will be the only one feeding my two cats via programming the outlet. Thanks for the details on construction. Very helpful!

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A very nice work. Try to sell it!!! I buy one!

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Added: February 22, 2013
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Tnaks for giving me the confidence to change the diaphram in my 28CDi boiler. I ended up stripping it twice having put the diaphram in the wrong way around - it does fit perfectly but doesn't operate! I can now completely strip it and reconnect everything in less than half an hour and no leaks both times!

Thanks again,

Rob


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Many thanks for Alpha Boiler bits

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