Conservatory filter?

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  1. Neil

    Neil Grand Master
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    Got a.customer wanting the filter cleaned as well as the rest of the conservatory I've never heard of the filter before, she says there's bugs and cobwebs in there and sent me photos (see attached) do these come off at all? [​IMG]


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  2. Green Pro Clean Ltd

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    New one on me too. Have we tried Youtube yet?
     
  3. Neil

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    Hmm I will have a look, I never new that was a vent from all the years I've cleaned conservatories, seems more agg than it's worth to be honest I think it's one of those ones where she's going to expect a bit too much if you get what I mean


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  4. kevinc250

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    do you mean the brush pile under the cap neil?-looks like black bristles
     
  5. Neil

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    Yes mate do those caps come off the one in the pic on the inside?


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  6. Neil

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    And the outside one


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  7. norm

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    suck it out with a vac :thumbsup:
     
  8. kevinc250

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    where the light is,that long section un clips revealing three black plastic bolts with a pin inserted to lock it down take the pins out and the top capping will come off and they are a pain to get back on single handed.
    personally i'd use a vac like norm has sead or a DRY brush to do it (you don't want to get any water under there as it will most likely go inside the conservatory)
     
  9. Neil

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    Gave this one a miss pain in the ****


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