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 Post subject: Re: Poorly Lawn Mower
PostPosted: Fri Mar 04, 2016 9:23 am 
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He'd have probably read it more carefully if he gave a Ffuk.

Take it to someone who nonces around with those sort of things otherwise it will just be a ball ache.

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PostPosted: Fri Mar 04, 2016 2:46 pm 
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Lord Muck wrote:
He'd have probably read it more carefully if he gave a Ffuk.

Take it to someone who nonces around with those sort of things otherwise it will just be a ball ache.


If it is a simple fix it will save me buying a new mower, not really worth paying someone else to do it.

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The Pretender wrote:
Lord Muck wrote:
He'd have probably read it more carefully if he gave a Ffuk.

Take it to someone who nonces around with those sort of things otherwise it will just be a ball ache.


If it is a simple fix it will save me buying a new mower, not really worth paying someone else to do it.

Good luck.

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Lord Muck wrote:
The Pretender wrote:
Lord Muck wrote:
He'd have probably read it more carefully if he gave a Ffuk.

Take it to someone who nonces around with those sort of things otherwise it will just be a ball ache.


If it is a simple fix it will save me buying a new mower, not really worth paying someone else to do it.

Good luck.


I've fixed my washing machine and oven without calling in help which has saved me quite a bit of money and I learned something, so the mower is next.

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Lord Muck wrote:
The Pretender wrote:
Lord Muck wrote:
He'd have probably read it more carefully if he gave a Ffuk.

Take it to someone who nonces around with those sort of things otherwise it will just be a ball ache.


If it is a simple fix it will save me buying a new mower, not really worth paying someone else to do it.

Good luck.


I've fixed my washing machine and oven without calling in help which has saved me quite a bit of money and I learned something, so the mower is next.



That's a good attitude.

YouTube is your friend. I have averted several mistakes thanks to YouTube videos.

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The Pretender wrote:
Lord Muck wrote:
The Pretender wrote:
Lord Muck wrote:
He'd have probably read it more carefully if he gave a Ffuk.

Take it to someone who nonces around with those sort of things otherwise it will just be a ball ache.


If it is a simple fix it will save me buying a new mower, not really worth paying someone else to do it.

Good luck.


I've fixed my washing machine and oven without calling in help which has saved me quite a bit of money and I learned something, so the mower is next.

Good luck.

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McFarmer wrote:
The Pretender wrote:
Lord Muck wrote:
The Pretender wrote:
Lord Muck wrote:
He'd have probably read it more carefully if he gave a Ffuk.

Take it to someone who nonces around with those sort of things otherwise it will just be a ball ache.


If it is a simple fix it will save me buying a new mower, not really worth paying someone else to do it.

Good luck.


I've fixed my washing machine and oven without calling in help which has saved me quite a bit of money and I learned something, so the mower is next.



That's a good attitude.

YouTube is your friend. I have averted several mistakes thanks to YouTube videos.


YouTube is surprisingly useful for this sort of thing, it's not just cats doing funny stuff

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PostPosted: Fri Mar 04, 2016 5:42 pm 
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The Pretender wrote:
YouTube is surprisingly useful for this sort of thing, it's not just cats doing funny stuff

It is amazing.
I was trying to figure out something on the Jeep and the old WW2 manual just didn't make sense.

Someone on YouTube did though...

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PostPosted: Fri Mar 04, 2016 9:05 pm 
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Lord Muck wrote:
The Pretender wrote:
YouTube is surprisingly useful for this sort of thing, it's not just cats doing funny stuff

It is amazing.
I was trying to figure out something on the Jeep and the old WW2 manual just didn't make sense.

Someone on YouTube did though...


Was the cat doing funny stuff? Or is it EGR?

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PostPosted: Fri Mar 04, 2016 10:11 pm 
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The Pretender wrote:
Lord Muck wrote:
The Pretender wrote:
Lord Muck wrote:
He'd have probably read it more carefully if he gave a Ffuk.

Take it to someone who nonces around with those sort of things otherwise it will just be a ball ache.


If it is a simple fix it will save me buying a new mower, not really worth paying someone else to do it.

Good luck.


I've fixed my washing machine and oven without calling in help which has saved me quite a bit of money and I learned something, so the mower is next.


So what are you going to spend that money you've saved on? You'd better bloody buy a nice Jag. Seriously, ditch the Honda, and get someat with a gretol lovely engine. Spoil yerself

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YouTube helped me out with my boiler. :D

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Flintstone wrote:
YouTube helped me out with my boiler. :D

You Tube helps Col a lot with his flour arranging !!!!


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Tel wrote:
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YouTube helped me out with my boiler. :D

You Tube helps Col a lot with his flour arranging !!!!


Is he Mary Berry?

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dust n diesel wrote:
Tel wrote:
Flintstone wrote:
YouTube helped me out with my boiler. :D

You Tube helps Col a lot with his flour arranging !!!!


Is he Mary Berry?

More like Chuck Berry
http://youtu.be/7cUccQfMCHg

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Lord Muck wrote:
dust n diesel wrote:
Tel wrote:
Flintstone wrote:
YouTube helped me out with my boiler. :D

You Tube helps Col a lot with his flour arranging !!!!


Is he Mary Berry?

More like Chuck Berry
http://youtu.be/7cUccQfMCHg


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