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Electric water heaters

Posted by szozu - Created: 14 years ago
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Posted by danonimes-184717 - 14 years ago

My son's doing OK, doesn't seem to be struggling at all.And my arm hasn't been "innit" since I left the farm.Two wrongs don't make a right, but two negatives make a positive.

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Posted by Seeker-184579 - 14 years ago

Gee, making eh while the sun struggles, hay? 

Aww shucks, there's no 'arm innit, I don't suppose.

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Posted by danonimes-184717 - 14 years ago

funny you should say that Seeker. It just so happens that I have a spare (hardly used) cumulus lying in my stables.J

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Posted by szozu - 14 years ago

The leaking valves were last year! Now it's leaking from somewhere up at the top, so we've shut off the water for the night. And we've also had some electrical problems with it in the past where it just wasn't heating, so frankly--I think it's a goner! Not only that but it's also located in a closet, so every time there's a problem it involves having to take the clothes out and dismantle part of the closet.

Anyone know a good plumber in Cannes?

Lana

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Posted by Seeker-184579 - 14 years ago

That reminds me: always beware of cowboys (especially those riding in from the West).

S. J

 

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Posted by danonimes-184717 - 14 years ago

where's it leaking from? is it the cumulus itself, or the release valve underneath? The valves are a lot cheaper to replace than the entire cumulus.

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Posted by Seeker-184579 - 14 years ago

Oh, and an electric water heater is called "un cumulus" in French.

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Posted by Seeker-184579 - 14 years ago

A plumber, definitely.

You may find some here: http://riviera.angloinfo.com/af/51/

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