Bugger, bugger, bugger!

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  1. golly

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    Just back from a trip down to @eddievanbitz emptying cassette at home and the handle extended causing the cassette to hit the ground:swear2: . This is what happens when plasic cassette hits block paving while full .
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    Thats one pair of shoes I wont be wearing again:swear2:
     
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    There's nothing left to say apart from oh ship

    :groan::imoutahere:
     
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    No help after the event but I never pick mine up by the metal handle, only the plastic one attached to the actual tank bit. But at least I guess it was emptied quickly - and hopefully not indoors! :)
     
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    Look on the bright side the wheel is ok from what I can see.
     
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    There wasn't a fan in the area was there. You know, something for the sh1t to hit.
    Commiserations.
     
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    Make sure you tape up the toilet bowel until you get a new one!!!
    At least you didn't say bugger me!!?!:LOL:
     
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    I keep saying I'll buy a new one and keep the old one in case I've nowhere to empty it and as a spare. This has reminded me.
     
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    Bit of gaffer tape....tape it up, what's the problem? :whistle:
     
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    My old Thetford cassette had a crossways handle grip near the rear which enabled me to get a good grip when pulling it out. The new one just has a moulded rear extension right at the back without a proper handhold. I live in fear of doing what you have just done! Progress.
     
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    Don't worry, I won't be doing it again. must say I prefer the Thetford design rather than the Dometic, thankfuly it was outdoors when the sh*t hit the ground --- and shoes ---and trousers.:(
     
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    I'm going to take it all to bits and keep the salvageable for spares
     
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    Oh God, no, not that:Eeek:
     
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    Actualy, I got a tube of adhesive the other week called "Sticks like Sh*t" ----- I wonder :wub:
     
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    its plastic, just weld it back together, it will be fine.:swear2::swear2::swear2::swear2:
     
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    I think most of that will polish out!! :whistle:
     
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    I bet your the sort of guy that lets your grey waste go down the road also. :LOL: :D
     
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    It say stick LIKE s88t , NOT sticks TO s88t
     
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    Lucky there wasn't a fan close by:eek:
     
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    Good job you were at home, otherwise Eddie might have had to alter the "bitz" part of his name :LOL:
     
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    Polishing a turd.......... never works..
     
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