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Posted: 13 Hours 16 Minutes ago by: Computer Nerd Kevhttps://www.jaycar.com.au/0-5w-80-ch-uhf-transceivers/p/DC1027 The batteries are getting weak. They accept regular AAAs, but the charging cradle requires the original battery pack with metal charging contacts at the back: https://www.jayc
Posted: 4 Days 16 Hours ago by: Rod SpeedSylvia Else <email@example.com> wrote Its more complicated than that, there is air at the top of the hot water cylinder.
Posted: 4 Days 17 Hours ago by: Peter JasonIf it's that "machine-gun" hammer when the tap is turned on, take it apart and wrap Teflon tape around the washer spindle to reduce the clearance. Of course a new tap would be better.
Posted: 4 Days 18 Hours ago by: Sylvia ElseGiven that the tank is under pressure, I can't see how air could get in. Any hole results in water coming out, not air going in. Sylvia.
Posted: 4 Days 19 Hours ago by: Rod SpeedIts the new tank in the garage that is under pressure and is leaking, stupid. They have and she says that.
Posted: 4 Days 20 Hours ago by: Rod SpeedSylvia Else <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote That's not the reason for water hammer. Due to air getting in. The fix is to fix the leak, fill the small gap in the ceiling trim. Nope, water hammer moves the dust and dirt off the pipe.
Posted: 5 Days 10 Hours ago by: NoddyGet a plumber to disconnect the water supply to the old rood mounted tank if it's not done already.
Posted: 5 Days 15 Hours ago by: XenoDarren, I'm shocked! You've posted a reasonable response, one I could agree with, and not a sign of your usual hate filled vitriol and invective. Keep it up, it might be a harbinger of a new you, and not before time.
Posted: 5 Days 17 Hours ago by: DarylIf you can access the other end of the pipe in question it should be easy enough to cut and cap it. Is it copper or gal? A plumber shouldn't charge too much to do a simple job like that if you can't do it yourself. Does your bathroom ha
Posted: 5 Days 17 Hours ago by: Sylvia ElseThe tank in the garage is the current hot water storage tank/heater. Sylvia.
Posted: 5 Days 18 Hours ago by: NoddyThe tank shouldn't be under any pressure at all if it's not being used. I presume you have a more modern hot water service somewhere else on the property? If you do, then the supply and feed pipes to this old lump should have been cu
Posted: 5 Days 18 Hours ago by: Sylvia ElseThe problem started with the appearance of dust and grit falling into the bath. It was not at all obvious where it was coming from. With showers being preferred, the bath is little used, so this wasn't coming from the taps. I climbed int
Posted: 18 Days 15 Hours ago by: ClockyI still have a BWD503 that I fire up from time to time. That's probably a lightweight compared to the 521 but it's heavy enough. I'll have to check eletrotanya for the full 503 manual and if not there I'll upload it.
Posted: 19 Days 1 Hour ago by: Trevor Wilson**LOL! And the biggest damned roll of coax I've ever seen used as a delay line.
Posted: 19 Days 9 Hours ago by: Bob ParkerIt's heavy because there are two guns in it! 🙄
Posted: 19 Days 23 Hours ago by: Trevor Wilson**Indeed it did. Phil referred it to me. Interestingly, I also have a nice little Leader CRO I am servicing and the Elektrotanya copy of the manual is more complete and significantly better quality than the one I sourced elsewhere. BT
Posted: 20 Days 8 Hours ago by: Bob ParkerI hardly ever look at this group. Yeah, I had a BWD521 but I gave it away and I'm pretty sure I included the manual with it. The Electrotanya version of it looks complete so that should get you out of trouble. 👍
Posted: 20 Days 8 Hours ago by: Bob Parker
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