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  1. geoff1947

    geoff1947 Read Only Funster

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    Just been to A/S to have the habitation door lock fixed!! Has anyone had any problems with their Customer Services?? (I use that term loosely) but then it was Friday 13th!:Angry:
     
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    obviously not:thumb:
     
  3. ShiftZZ

    ShiftZZ Funster Life Member

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    When we had an A/S I have rung them on a number of occasions and found them ok, over the years I have ordered some spares and these have been delivered quickly, despite having a minimum order.

    I did ask them for some advice regarding the best place to install a TV and the advise given by some bloke (double barreled) was rubbish to say the least.

    Hope this helps
     
  4. lesleyjean

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    Heard of some double barrelled names like Parker-Bowles
    Ashley-Cooper
    Chetwynd-Talbot
    Douglas-Hamilton
    Fiennes-Clinton
    Hasting-Bass
    Innes-Ker
    Leveson-Gower
    Montagu-Douglas-Scott
    Towneley-Bertie
    Cavendish-Bentinck
    wentworth-farlington

    But "some-bloke":roflmto::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:


    That's a weird one

    Lesley
     
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  5. Viennese

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    Have always found them good

    for doing jobs quickly and supplying bits quickly. The workshop is also helpful with instructions on how to sort things out...
     
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    The odd one is the old welsh geezer.

    If he'd listened carefully or could spell he'd have written Somme-Bloque a noble French family who served France for hundreds of years.

    Hernri Somme-Bloque was second in command at the Battle of Sluys.

    Louis Somme-Bloque was second in command at the Battle of Cresy.

    Edwarde de Somme-Bloque was second in command at the Battle of Herrings.

    And so on to more recent times.

    Jerarde Somme-Bloque was personal assistant to Andre Maginot when he constructed the defences against the Germans.
     
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