Sorry to hear about your problems with Travelworld
I seem to remember you saying that during the refitting of the heater plugs that they had broken one off in the head and that the head needed to be removed to extract the broken piece maybe thats what they refer to as a rebuild
However regarding the brakes problem I would be concerned that if the problem with " binding " has be happening for some time I think an inspection of all the brake linigs/pads and drums/discs should be done to check for excessive wear and heat cracking
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I guess that you may be right mate, removal and refitting a cylinder head doesn't constitute an "engine rebuild" in my book though, obviously just another communication problem ??
Regarding the brakes, this is what is of grave concern to me. We agreed to pay a considerable amount of money to Travelworld so that they could carry out a full chassis service (this is in addition to the PDI that was due to be carried out on the coach) and the faulty brakes managed to get through both checks????????? One has to seriously doubt that a service was in fact carried out, and the leak from the radiator bottom hose kind of points toward my claim as well. On the first day we collected Woody, we drove it home and then we attended the meet at Hollyfast. When we got there, Geo asked what the water was that was piddling out of the back of our new (to us) coach..... It turned out to be leaking from the bottom radiator hose where the jubilee clip secures it onto the rad? I had commented then to Geo and others about how appallingly slow it was to drive, how the test drive didn't show this up amazes me, after all, Travelworld are one of the biggest USRV dealers in the UK and I would have thought that their technicians would be able to to realise that something was wrong.
Anyway, enough from me, I am now awaiting some form of response from Travelworld to see where we go from here and I do not want to jeopardise my position.
Thanks all for your concerns, I will let you all know the outcome.
Can you see that Jim, seems to open here. Press the refresh button four or five times rapidly to see if your cache is stuck
No idea why it would make a difference but log out and see if it will open as a guest. Then log in again, maybe that will refresh it for you. I assume you are on a wireless network. If it is possible will the site chappie switch his router off, leave for a few minutes and then switch back on to flush the router.
Thanks Jim, its weird that it is just that one post, I have looked hard at the post, it seems there are no external links in it that might stop it loading, if it was just you I would definitely say it was local, but Papa has the same problem.
Have you tried accessing the post with a different PC and or Browser?
As forum headers fail to load on page, the problem is going to be external to the content of any post in the thread. i.e. the issue is in code common to all forum pages... not likely to be embedded in just this one.
Have tried opening page on PDA using mobile IE browser - nope page still refused to load after 3 minutes. Other pages loaded ok
I dont know if you noticed but I installed a new hack yesterday that allows us to see youtubes directly on the page. I just disabled it and now you and Jim can access the thread. My task now is to find out why the hack, which I would like to keep installed, would stop a single thread from opening. spooky or what?
I will keep that hack disabled until i find out why.