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 Posted: Sun Apr 7th, 2019 08:00 am
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Hi Terry.  Thank you for your reply. Yes, I learned that fact when “ Dad’s Army “ first appeared on TV. But for now, I have an important job to sort out, now that I have discovered that my two planks/ modules work fine, individually a short appears when they are connected with a Jumper, and that must be the Seat of the problem!   Best wishes Kevin 



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 Posted: Sun Apr 7th, 2019 08:21 am
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I didn't know that Terry - interesting.



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Was that Godfrey Terry ? I love the way this meanders from a laptop to Dads Army with a bit of Arthur Asky thrown in !
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Hi Matt.  I was just replying to the honourable member “ Max South Oz “.    Best wishes Kevin 



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I've just been watching the Melbourne Comedy Festival.

This conversation is vaguely familiar.  :shock:



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Hi Max.  Thank you for your message, but I am receiving criticism for going off thread, causing a lot of frustration.The short circuit thread has to be sorted out before I can progress onto something else. Best wishes Kevin 



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Just try what Matt suggested Kevin and keep us informed.



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Not so much criticism as communal frustration Kevin, we all want to get your fault sorted so you can move on to scenery and running trains!  'Don't panic Mr Mainwaring !'  We will get there  :thumbs

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Barchester wrote: Not so much criticism as communal frustration Kevin, we all want to get your fault sorted so you can move on to scenery and running trains!  'Don't panic Mr Mainwaring !'  We will get there  :thumbs


Where to guv? Walmington-on-Sea or Parsley Sidings :mutley 

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Hi Bill.  Thank you. But can we stick to the Inglenook thread. And when that is sorted we will go back to DVD ‘s.Kevin 



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Yes by all means Kevin, but this is not actually the Inglenook thread, it's Gardening, Pets & Other Hobbies!

Good luck with your shorts and curlies though.

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Longchap wrote: Yes by all means Kevin, but this is not actually the Inglenook thread, it's Gardening, Pets & Other Hobbies!

Good luck with your shorts and curlies though.

Bill


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Hi Bill.   Can we stick to the Inglenook Junction thread till at least I have a full service and without short circuits.Best wishes Kevin 



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It's okay Kevin, I got your message the first time, but I would refer you to post 31 above and most respectfully remind you that this is NOT the Inglenook thread, so please don't tell me off for misbehaving when I'm not!

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Hi Bill. You know me? I am always polite. Best wishes Kevin 



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