Frost damage worth a check

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  1. Diabalo

    Diabalo Funster

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    Been up the van today wash and brush up from top to bottom, could have ploughed the roof:Rofl1:

    Checked the water side of things and found that the shurflow clear strainer bowl which is on the suction side was on the bottom of the wardrobe, fished it out only to find it was broken all the way round and the threaded bit still on the housing, it must have frozen in the cold weather. Never thought about taking it off before but I will do in the future.

    So it will be worth having a look over your pipes, fittings and pump just incase.
     
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    carpyone Read Only Funster

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    I did check my water/pipes and tanks today and was pleased all was OK. Going to buy Milton tomorrow to sterilize the system.
     
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    C.L.S Trader - Service & Repairs

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    Dane probalby the most common part I change due to frost damage , changed 6 of them this month already. If you need one let me know and I will bring one to Newark

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  4. Diabalo

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    Yea never thought about unscrewing it before, you live and learn.

    Thanks for the offer got one winging it's way to me, it should be here by the weekend.
     
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