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Old 14 October 2005, 18:56   #21
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The difference is I TRIED to help - it is only natural to worry when you notice something is wrong - could be 1001 reasons why he can't get to inspect in yet!!!
i went to see my boat and one of the chambers had gone down, any of you nice guys in the uk know what might have caused it and if it can be repaired

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actually i know the answer to his question and i will try to be as helpful as possible given the facts presented

the air pressure in the deflated chamber is lower than the connected chambers and is probably similar to the surrounding free air, however without an air pressure gauge the exact pressure can not be determined.

can it be repaired....anything can be done given the right funding, however some repairs are cheaper than others....
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Old 14 October 2005, 18:58   #22
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The only reason they have had is because I have been way too trusting - never again!!

As to trying to impress people I don't think offering advice about a split tube on a dinghy quite counts - ever thought maybe I was trying to HELP???

Fair enough on the last remark - just been getting way too personal on here lately - and no it's NOT just you - there are far worse culprits!!!
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Old 14 October 2005, 19:41   #23
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Old 14 October 2005, 19:50   #24
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i went to see my boat and one of the chambers had gone down, any of you nice guys in the uk know what might have caused it and if it can be repaired

codders

actually i know the answer to his question and i will try to be as helpful as possible given the facts presented

the air pressure in the deflated chamber is lower than the connected chambers and is probably similar to the surrounding free air, however without an air pressure gauge the exact pressure can not be determined.

can it be repaired....anything can be done given the right funding, however some repairs are cheaper than others....
Right now all ur proving is ur the asshole...
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Old 15 October 2005, 04:30   #25
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i have put my jigsaw somewhere in the garage, do you know where it might be? can you help?
Huge - do you mean a serrated edge tool for making narrow controlled cuts in thin wood, or a recreational device comprising several hundred interlocking pieces with a picture glued on one side to assist integration?

I'm afraid if you can't be a bit more specific how can I possibly begin help you!
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Old 15 October 2005, 05:23   #26
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Right now all ur proving is ur the asshole...
Hey chopppywaters

i see you have resulted to namecalling, first i was a dumbass now i am an asshole, please make your mind up......

i hope you have fun on your new rib....
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Old 15 October 2005, 05:26   #27
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Huge - do you mean a serrated edge tool for making narrow controlled cuts in thin wood, or a recreational device comprising several hundred interlocking pieces with a picture glued on one side to assist integration?

I'm afraid if you can't be a bit more specific how can I possibly begin help you!


well i am not sure which one it is and what it looks like, but unfortunatley i dont have time to look and find out as i am very busy you know.....are you guys picking on me!!!!
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OK, Calm down guys. Sorry Choppy, us UK ribbers are a friendly bunch. It's just that a few have been doing a little "winding up" lately and you got caught in the crossfire. If you can give a little more detail re. your leak. I'm sure that you'll receive some helpful and friendly advice. Bownie points please JK
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OK, Calm down guys. Sorry Choppy, us UK ribbers are a friendly bunch. It's just that a few have been doing a little "winding up" lately and you got caught in the crossfire. If you can give a little more detail re. your leak. I'm sure that you'll receive some helpful and friendly advice. Bownie points please JK
you could ask jk if he thinks you have got what it takes to be a moderator my friend
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i have put my jigsaw somewhere in the garage

itts onn de topp shellf nekst too de derty buks. yor misiz sed yew bort itt ome an sed darlin i carnt figger owt dis fkin jigsore. i bin tryin forr howers too gett a pictewer ov a tyger. shee sed yorr a twatt cristiffer mi likkul cumkwott. dats a pakkit ov frostties

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