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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!

Added: May 28, 2013
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A very nice work. Try to sell it!!! I buy one!

Added: May 1, 2013
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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


Added: February 18, 2013
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Many thanks for Alpha Boiler bits

Added: January 2, 2013
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What a great invention! I'm not clever enough to make one but would love one for my 3 cats when I go away for the odd night. Anyone any ideas where to get something like this? How do you make sure one cat doesn't eat the lot when the food drops down and the other cat is asleep?!!

Added: November 9, 2012
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Mathew & Clare...
Thank you for such a great website and for all the work it must take for you to keep it going...
Steve


Added: October 5, 2012
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Worcester 28CDi
Thank you for the excellent 'How-to'. I replaced the whole diverter valve with a genuine item, so it came with all the seals. I only paid £50 for it so was happy to replace the whole valve rather than repair.
I also had to replace the PRV as it would not operate, a simple job but another trip into town to get one.
The bypass pipe was a pig and took longer than the rest of the job to do.
This has saved me a fortune. Thanks again!


Added: September 12, 2012
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I have a '98 Tibby also and this info has been invaluable. Thank you.

Added: September 11, 2012
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