serviceing my fridge today

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  1. CHRI$

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    today i need to get my fridge out as it's having problems lighting on gas,now i know that it need's a service,ie cleaning out the crud that fall's down the flue,and the jet might need cleaning,me being an organised sort of guy iv sorted the tools out to complete my mission,ie axe,bow saw,chainsaw if i hit a tough bit.tube of gas seal,and a lump hammer:thumb:
    can you think of any other tools i might need to complete this task:thumb:
    also now i seem to have my tools together,if any member needs work done on there vans pm me:thumb:
    pic's later :thumb:
     
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    Don't forget a drill bit to bore out the gas jet...:thumb:

    JJ :Cool:
     
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    well!! getting the fridge out took all of ten mins:thumb:,sourcing part for fridge,all day:cry:and i still to got wait:Sad:
    so no gas on fridge at the moment, but a slim promise that part will arrive before thurs or before we leave for malvern.:shout:
    no part,no fridge,no malvern:Angry:
     
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    maybe you could have got a part at malvern.

    anyhow if its working on 12 volt and mains get some of those freezer blocks and stick them in it and if you need to chill your beer fill a tub with ice cubes and stick it in the fridge
    it will keep it cold for a day or so:thumb::thumb::thumb:

    im sure in a dire emergency another funster would happily put your beer in their fridge to keep it cold :Rofl1::Rofl1::Rofl1: :thumb:
     
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    i could just run a genny all day and run it on 230v,as for getting the part at malvern, who know's they might have one:thumb:
     
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    managed to track the part needed for my fridge(jacobs burner) but its 115 miles away:cry:so thats a no no:Sad:cant be arsed driveing 230 miles:Eeek:
     
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