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Posted by eagles-432742 - Created: 4 years ago
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Posted by helicopterrob - 4 years ago

I have posted about similar  on other topics, I can help in the new year as we should be sorted then but there are a couple of other people on the list first so as long as it is a drip not  a  flood then it should be ok till then ---  drips are usually due to ill fitting doors or blocked  drain holes so I would not go replacing just yet. 

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Posted by eagles-432742 - 4 years ago

Demon highwayman.many thanks for your reply,sad to say you are possibly right with regards to the replacement.Fridge is built in to the kitchen units, I think it can drip away until the new year!

                      Regards Bon Noel.

                                Patrick& Angie.

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Posted by demonhighwayman - 4 years ago

You would probably be cheaper buying a new fridge freezer, modern ones are designed to fail within a certain time period, with replacement parts costing close to what a whole new unit would cost.


On topic, sorry, no it's not a trade i've seen advertised very often in France.