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Hi I'm a heating/boiler engineer. I've just stolen some of your boiler pics. They might be used to help others on the website where I answer questions from time to time. Hope that's OK!

Added: January 9, 2008
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hi
what a great site,couldnt get a manual anywhere and any imfo found was very basic until i came across your site,have a 2.0 se coupe that needed a wheel bearing replaced and found all the help needed to get it changed saved a fortune on garage bills.

cheers


Added: September 5, 2007
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Magic, since the workshop guidelines in the states web sites got sealed, have all been at a loss for info.
Garages seem to vary vastly in opinion & pricing even from Hyundai UK (eventually got a new master key at £50 from old key as hyundai said could be done, instead of the £2000 a garage quoted as only way to replace all locks & immobiliser...etc)
The lack of a manual is daunting.
Hope this site remains.
Cheers


Added: July 18, 2007
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Just a big thankyou for all the Hyundai Coupe information. I fell over your site (must have forgotten to tie a shoe lace this morning; you do that when you're getting on a bit, or so they say). I've searched with my inexpert computer eye ever since the local garage made a complete bodge of a brake repair, and left me with an ABS fault light. I wasn't keen on sending it back, having seen what I've seen.
Information on the Coupe seems generally to be buried under a thousand tons of slate in Blaenau Festiniog. Even Haynes doesn't seem to do anything. So, again, thanks, and I'll be back to look at the rest of it, after I've dug myself out from this slate tip.


Added: July 16, 2007
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Thanks for the brake guide Mathew. Unfortunately the "other" rear side had me beat as I forgot to bring my toolbox home so didn't have a 14mm ring to get past that stubborn last caliper bolt....must remember the lump hammer too. Braking okay as it happens. To be continued......

Glynn


Added: June 2, 2007
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Wow, great coupe site. Could of saved me hours upon hours of toil, testing and trying to fix things on my coupe. PS, Still using the tow bar you sold me. It has been worth its weight in gold.

Added: May 2, 2007
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excellent site m8, a lot of useful info

Added: March 2, 2007
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Hi, good site. very informative and Although I knew which part I needed for my boiler I could find very little info. This site is great and the pics are very good to show people exactly what it is your talking about.
Anyway I used the info to find this shop on ebay, if it's any use to anybody else. after visiting keeptheheaton which is a good site as well.

http://stores.ebay.co.uk/Gas-Appliance-Boiler-Cooker-Spares

no it's not my shop! cheers mark


Added: December 9, 2006
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Good to come across this towards the end...and glad I started reading and viewing from the bottom up...as is my wont.
Looks just like home...even the sarnie looked like my lunch.
Bet it was just as much fun at the sleeping bag stage. . .full agreement with jeans and scruffy jumper, comfort! A job worth doing.....


Added: November 5, 2006
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Hey neighbour!

I don't believe we've met officially but Ian and I live at number 18 with our baby son.

Someone mentioned you had a website with your DIY progress on - we were really interested to see what you've done. We're getting there very slowly - students inhabited the house before us and it had the decor to suit!

Couple of quick questions - did you need to get planning permission to brick up the old back door? Do you have a door between the kitchen and the utility room? We are considering doing what you've done to make better use of the utility space but weren't sure if we needed to ask anyone first!

Sarah


Added: October 1, 2006
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