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  1. #81
    Quote Originally Posted by john1 View Post
    Had enough of falling this week Frim so I am being ultra careful.
    Got a house full coming tomorrow so I have to behave myself got my orders.

    Didn't get any Arnica Frim but did look in Asda.
    Friend of ours got a large sterile pad which you cut pieces off and then tape it on so it stays clean,but it seems a lot better now thanks.
    Dont like not being able to crack on finishing the garage,its all done really but just moved the q/t filter to other end of the tank and needs piping up.
    Hope they look after you John.

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  3. #82
    Quote Originally Posted by Frimley Koi keeper View Post
    I think the whole forum knows Fred
    And all the other koi forums haha brill.

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    There is about 10 tomorrow for dinner and 3 kids,think I will stay in the kitchen.
    John

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  7. #84
    Quote Originally Posted by freddyboy View Post
    And all the other koi forums haha brill.

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    I feel like a legend in my own lunch time Fred

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  9. #85
    Quote Originally Posted by john1 View Post
    There is about 10 tomorrow for dinner and 3 kids,think I will stay in the kitchen.
    Is that where you keep the alcohol John? Good call

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  11. #86
    Quote Originally Posted by Frimley Koi keeper View Post
    I feel like a legend in my own lunch time Fred
    You are a legend mate

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  13. #87
    Nice one Fred

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  15. #88
    As for modifying the Eazy Pod to aid with the cleaning I have just altered the pipework on the waste outlet and now it empties a lot quicker so will see if this makes any difference to how well it clears the outer chamber

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  17. #89
    Are you meaning that there is muck left or water frim? Theres always muck left in the outer ring of mine after a clean and and a purge of the drain. my routine is flush to waste, purge drain until pod is 1/2 full then let it drain till level with the bottom of the metal then hoover it out. i do pop an airline in the bit inbetween the return and inner metal part, theres always some muck that gets stuck in there

    Quote Originally Posted by Frimley Koi keeper View Post
    As for modifying the Eazy Pod to aid with the cleaning I have just altered the pipework on the waste outlet and now it empties a lot quicker so will see if this makes any difference to how well it clears the outer chamber

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  19. #90
    Quote Originally Posted by sephuk View Post
    Are you meaning that there is muck left or water frim? Theres always muck left in the outer ring of mine after a clean and and a purge of the drain. my routine is flush to waste, purge drain until pod is 1/2 full then let it drain till level with the bottom of the metal then hoover it out. i do pop an airline in the bit inbetween the return and inner metal part, theres always some muck that gets stuck in there
    Yes it's muck not water but it seems to clear more with the new pipework for the waste to drain out of now, Just need to see what happens next time when I give it a fair trial as with the first wash out and drain I had to shut the ball valve 3/4 of the way through as the tub was about to overflow I thought so then turned the pump on and left it pump a bit out before reopening the valve. As the first wash out normally has the most amount of muck that's the one you want to drain the quickest and without any hold ups.

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  21. #91
    have you got water in the vat now? i have a leak probably coming from the shower but i cant be sure as i cant fit my head down the side im going to have to shut it all down and take some pipework apart and climb on the vat to get a better view but thats a job for sunday

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  23. #92
    Quote Originally Posted by sephuk View Post
    have you got water in the vat now? i have a leak probably coming from the shower but i cant be sure as i cant fit my head down the side im going to have to shut it all down and take some pipework apart and climb on the vat to get a better view but thats a job for sunday
    There is water in the waste system tub as I have got a standard pond pump in there at the moment so it is only capable of draining the tub to about 2" to 3" up from the bottom of it.

    Good luck with the leak on the shower over the weekend. To save you having to get right in there can you check to see where the leak is coming from using a mirror and if it is dark a torch? Might save you having to take things off to fix the leak?

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  25. #93
    ive managed to get a video of where a drip is falling from but the floor is wet in the corner which is about 600mm away from the drip and the floor runs the opposite way so its not from that drip, got a feeling the water is running back from the spillway under the shower and behind the celotex

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  27. #94
    Quote Originally Posted by sephuk View Post
    ive managed to get a video of where a drip is falling from but the floor is wet in the corner which is about 600mm away from the drip and the floor runs the opposite way so its not from that drip, got a feeling the water is running back from the spillway under the shower and behind the celotex
    How easy is it to remove the celotex and check the shower?

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  29. #95
    Hard work, got a shelf that the back of the shower sits on, return to shower goes down there also the declor units are on that wall followed by the pod, it's a single piece of celotex too and I tell you what if you are insulating yours and you are after some strong tape, grey t-rex tape is the one

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