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Re: WATER INLET

Post by Jaytee on Sun Apr 02, 2017 11:04 pm

You keep digging but you won't convince me Dave hugegrins

It's far more of a fiddle and a faff mucking around with a watering can or standing holding a hose waiting to rush and turn the tap off than just plugging a hose in and sit with a brew or a pint while it fills itself. shruggdrinksallround

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Post by inspiredron on Sun Apr 02, 2017 11:16 pm

I'm with you, Jaytee and I am also happy with the Whale pump. Hasn't let me down yet - but then I don'tlet it run dry!

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Post by Gromit on Mon Apr 03, 2017 8:53 am

Jaytee wrote:You keep digging but you won't convince me Dave hugegrins

It's far more of a fiddle and a faff mucking around with a watering can or standing holding a hose waiting to rush and turn the tap off than just plugging a hose in and sit with a brew or a pint while it fills itself. shruggdrinksallround

I'm not trying to convince you Jaytee - any more than you are trying to convince me!!!! Whistle1   

It's all tongue in cheek between virtual friends, even if they are masochists! lol4


You have to admit though, far too many of us have had serious problems with the system, whether or not we found the actual process of filling to be a fiddle. Our submersible was never allowed to run dry, and I would guess no others were since the tank was full while they tried to get water to flow.


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Post by Jaytee on Mon Apr 03, 2017 8:58 am

Gromit wrote:
Jaytee wrote:You keep digging but you won't convince me Dave hugegrins

It's far more of a fiddle and a faff mucking around with a watering can or standing holding a hose waiting to rush and turn the tap off than just plugging a hose in and sit with a brew or a pint while it fills itself. shruggdrinksallround

I'm not trying to convince you Jaytee - any more than you are trying to convince me!!!! Whistle1   

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