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Front panel for Mk III heater

Post  elfgirl on Tue Feb 24, 2009 2:09 pm

Anyone got a spare plate that goes on the front of the heater (the bit the lever sticks through)- mine's just rattling aroun and only adjustable by sticking a rag in it to hold the flap back! I don't need the heater - just the front panel.

Any help in finding one is much appreciated.
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Re: Front panel for Mk III heater

Post  TONYELF on Tue Feb 24, 2009 3:32 pm

I have a spare heater c/w plate off a MK1/2 If it is the same you can have it.

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Post  discoman41 on Tue Feb 24, 2009 5:38 pm

elfgirl wrote:Anyone got a spare plate that goes on the front of the heater (the bit the lever sticks through)- mine's just rattling aroun and only adjustable by sticking a rag in it to hold the flap back! I don't need the heater - just the front panel.

Any help in finding one is much appreciated.

Don't you just a couple of screws? Same thing happened on mine and that sorted it!

Jase
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Re: Front panel for Mk III heater

Post  elfgirl on Tue Feb 24, 2009 11:48 pm

discoman41 wrote:
elfgirl wrote:Anyone got a spare plate that goes on the front of the heater (the bit the lever sticks through)- mine's just rattling aroun and only adjustable by sticking a rag in it to hold the flap back! I don't need the heater - just the front panel.

Any help in finding one is much appreciated.

Don't you just a couple of screws? Same thing happened on mine and that sorted it!

Jase

Whoever said I needed a good screw!!! Sorry Jase couldn't resist Laughing Laughing

Tony, I think you've got what I mean - Katy's got the whole plate missing- not just a screw loose!!- looks the same from the pic!! I'll PM my details- thanks for the offer -would be great if we can do a deal.
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Re: Front panel for Mk III heater

Post  TONYELF on Wed Feb 25, 2009 12:33 am

No problem I'll give you two screws as well!!!!!!!!!!!! Cool (NO! that's not the deal!) Laughing

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Re: Front panel for Mk III heater

Post  Big_Al_Smith on Wed Feb 25, 2009 5:16 am

oooh-er missus! who lowered the tone? ah yes of course, had to be the oldest swinger in Glos! Laughing

little Katy elf is missing the whole front plate and elfgirl has been looking for one for a while now with no luck, so fingers crossed the problem may be solved!

hurrah! cheers
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Re: Front panel for Mk III heater

Post  TONYELF on Wed Feb 25, 2009 1:27 pm

Just to make sure that this is the one you want. Here is a photo of the plate. A bit tatty but hey! A bit of masking tape over the letters, a rub down and a coat of spray paint and you're away! BTW it's a three screw job! Laughing


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Post  discoman41 on Wed Feb 25, 2009 5:07 pm

Big_Al_Smith wrote:oooh-er missus! who lowered the tone? ah yes of course, had to be the oldest swinger in Glos! Laughing

little Katy elf is missing the whole front plate and elfgirl has been looking for one for a while now with no luck, so fingers crossed the problem may be solved!

hurrah! cheers

Easy on there big Al!

I was being all innocent (for a change!) It was SJ who lowered the tone!!! lol!
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Re: Front panel for Mk III heater

Post  elfgirl on Wed Feb 25, 2009 9:45 pm

TONYELF wrote:Just to make sure that this is the one you want. Here is a photo of the plate. A bit tatty but hey! A bit of masking tape over the letters, a rub down and a coat of spray paint and you're away! BTW it's a three screw job! Laughing

Perfect!! I'm sure I kind find a loose screw somewhere!!
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Re: Front panel for Mk III heater

Post  elfgirl on Wed Feb 25, 2009 9:47 pm

discoman41 wrote:
Big_Al_Smith wrote:oooh-er missus! who lowered the tone? ah yes of course, had to be the oldest swinger in Glos! Laughing

little Katy elf is missing the whole front plate and elfgirl has been looking for one for a while now with no luck, so fingers crossed the problem may be solved!

hurrah! cheers

Easy on there big Al!

I was being all innocent (for a change!) It was SJ who lowered the tone!!! lol!

As if I would!! Shocked
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Re: Front panel for Mk III heater

Post  TONYELF on Fri Feb 27, 2009 1:18 pm

It's in the Post . First Class. You could get it Monday with a bit of luck!
And 71p????? I'll live!
Just buy me a coffee at at one of the shows. OK?

Ps. A little tip. These plates tend to rattle so put some insulation tape on the edge of the heater itself before screwing the plate on. It won't be seen.

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Re: Front panel for Mk III heater

Post  Big_Al_Smith on Fri Feb 27, 2009 2:49 pm

Good tip - nice one Tony
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Re: Front panel for Mk III heater

Post  elfgirl on Fri Feb 27, 2009 9:45 pm

TONYELF wrote:It's in the Post . First Class. You could get it Monday with a bit of luck!
And 71p????? I'll live!
Just buy me a coffee at at one of the shows. OK?

Ps. A little tip. These plates tend to rattle so put some insulation tape on the edge of the heater itself before screwing the plate on. It won't be seen.

Thanks you're a star - I'll get you a biscuit too!!
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Re: Front panel for Mk III heater

Post  TONYELF on Sat Feb 28, 2009 12:22 am

Ta.! I'll look forward to that! cheers

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Re: Front panel for Mk III heater

Post  elfgirl on Sun Mar 01, 2009 6:56 pm

It arrived safely yesterday morning Very Happy . Thanks again Tony.... now where did I put that masking tape?
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Re: Front panel for Mk III heater

Post  TONYELF on Sun Mar 01, 2009 8:46 pm

Glad to be of some help. Hope you can save the letters on the face of the plate just to finish it off. Very Happy
PS the tape is where you left it the last time you used it! As always, you will find it when you are NOT looking for it Razz

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