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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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Thank you so much for supplying the Hyundai manual. I recently purchased a 2000 Tiburon and was unable to find a suitable repair manual at any of the local auto stores. Incidentally, your website works extremely well from my end.

Added: August 18, 2012
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Dear Mr. Newton.
Please help me. We are going to adopt your internet-enabled catfeeder as our thesis project. But we are not sure on how we are going to rewire in the WRT54G Lynksis router. Can you add other informations on the router. Please. We are also having a hard time thinking about the button code in the website. Can you give us a clue about the code that will send signal to the LED of the router? Thank you very much.
We are hoping for your kind response. Thank you for inspiring us.
From: Your fan Ishy


Added: August 14, 2012
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can i just say thankyou.having searched the internet for some help with my problem i found this site with all its pics.started at around 9am took its slow and methodical and finished by about 3pm.only found 1 problem which was the length of the diaphram shaft i had purchased was shorter than the one i had removed from my boiler so a bit of retro fitting was needed but apart from that i found it reasonably straight forward.i will now be able to do this again the next time it fails instead of paying a lot more for somebody else to do it.

Added: June 8, 2012
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Thank you very much for the illustrations to the 24cdi worcester boiler. It took me 8 hours to change the diverter valve (rather than the diaphragm),and it worked first time.

Added: May 13, 2012
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Worcester 35 CDI II
Very useful information, I successfully replaced the diaphragm on my boiler today. Followed the boiler manual with help from the photos and the comments on this site, no problems and no leaks. It took me about 3 and half hours but I was taking it very slowly and had plenty of cups of tea. I replaced all of the o-rings from a pack I ordered specifically for the boiler. This seemed really expensive £14 just for some o-rings, could I have just used generic o-rings from one of those o-ring sets? The only real difference seemed to be the thickness of the o-ring. Anyway much much cheaper to change this yourself than get a professional in, although I can see why they have to charge a lot to replace this part as you do have to take out a lot of components. I guess this is a bit of a design flaw by Worcester as this part has a limited life span and will fail. Thanks again for all of the info.


Added: April 21, 2012
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Hi

Just like to thank you for your information on the Worcester CDi 24 diverter valve and it's replacement. I found the information extremely useful!

I would however, like to let others know I - after a lot of deep thinking - I found a temporary 'workaround' until I can replace the entire diverter unit. Having read how to test if the micro switch is ok which leads to the diaphragm fault I got to thinking of how to overcome this issue on a temporary basis. My solution was to cut 2 circles of plastic - thank god for old credit cards! - and glue them to the plastic cap of the diaphragm spindle. Voila! I now have hot water from the tap!! :-)

Thank you all for your input and hope my 'workaround' will inspire someone else to use their initiative!

Thanks!!


Added: February 27, 2012
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