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  1. Hey guys, I hope everyone is having a great day. It's my first post here (definitely not the last), and I'm kindly asking of your thoughts about an issue we had. We recently cleaned a client's UPVC windows internally as part of a deep clean job. The window sills and frames were very dirty covered with grime and mould. The cleaner used a standard window cleaning product on the glass and a multi-purpose cleaner on the UPVC. The interesting bit. Once our cleaner started to clean the plastic she noticed weird brown stains appearing from under the dirt and mould. As if those had been disguised somehow with something white-ish and then the cleaning process subsequently removed the disguise. Our operative tried to clean/remove these stains without any success. They did not move at all. The clean revealed initially small spots then some big ones surfaced at which point the cleaner stopped and informed the client. The weird bit. Now the client (letting agent) is accusing us of causing damage to the UPVC and demands us to replace the allegedly damaged UPVC. He insists the cleaner used bleach or some other "harsh" cleaning material (he saw an oven cleaning product in the cleaning crate) that caused the damage. I have had a thorough look through the attached pictures and I don't think bleach or oven cleaner can cause those stains. However I may be wrong. Could you tell me what you think? Could this have been caused by a cleaning product or does it look like something else? Your help is highly appreciated! Cheers, Nick
  2. Larry joly

    Ro membrane change

    Hi lads Im desperate for any help with changing my ro membrane over. Everything went fine,more or less,until i tried to place the end cap back on with the new membrane inside. The video i watched was good and at the end said use a club hammer to get the cap back on tightly. I hammered the cap and it went in,but not enough to be able to put the white ring clip in place. I have hammered the **** out of it, still no more progress that i can tell. I dont want to damage the casing, its already been dented up with the hammering I've done...so i dont know what else to do. The slot in the case where the white clip slides into is showing,but its not showing enough to fit the clip and seal the case. Please help...
  3. Could really do with some help please - I have a Shurflo 8000-946-138 connected to a tank in my van and a Varistream controller. Installed it last week and today it suddenly stopped working. Thought it may have been an air lock but checked all my connections and the water is flowing up to the pump but isn't being pulled through. Pump is going and Varistream shows power is ok but it simply isn't flowing - any help or suggestions please?
  4. After the tap water tds has shot up and pressure has dropped I'm no longer getting 0ppm like I used to so for a short term fix I bought some resin and cleaned out my old resin chamber that hasn't been used for the past 7+ years. Last night I was getting 3ppm after the resin and I assumed it would settle to 0 pretty fast. (The input from RO is 14ppm) This morning I'm still getting 3ppm!? It's ok to work with but it doesn't make sense. Shouldn't resin take it down to zero and then slowly climb after the resin starts to get used up? Any ideas what is wrong? Thanks
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