Tpw too hot

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Re: Tpw too hot

Postby Marbaker1 » Fri Feb 05, 2021 5:18 pm

Well thank you all for the help its the first failed one of ever had in 10yrs so instead of mucking around with it at a cost of £4 I will scrap it and start another one . So thank you all very much for the help much appreciated regards Mark
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Re: Tpw too hot

Postby howard » Fri Feb 05, 2021 8:17 pm

Marbaker1 wrote:Well thank you all for the help its the first failed one of ever had in 10yrs so instead of mucking around with it at a cost of £4 I will scrap it and start another one . So thank you all very much for the help much appreciated regards Mark

just have 1 pint less tonight to cover the cost :smile:
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Re: Tpw too hot

Postby bluc » Fri Feb 05, 2021 8:46 pm

Or just run it... worse case slightly less volume slight sweet taste..
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