Just snapped my di outlet

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  1. image.jpg Would I find one in a garden centre or builders merchants?
     
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  2. cheapncheerful

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    hmmmm if You cant wait for online...probs the builders merchants especially the plumbing based ones but...may be the garden centre too...good hunting...that reminds me...certain spare parts I must order...you just really have to look at the plastic parts and think its gonna snap...:eek: bad luck though..

    mind you we have a great hardware store which has nearly everything crammed in somewhere..
     
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    Yep. B&Q, Homebase, Garden centers etc all sell them.
     
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  4. cheapncheerful

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    now why didnt I think of good ole b and q ta winpoclean..:D
     
  5. Cheers gents.

    Why don't they put handles on the top of Di vessels, so you can lug them about? Sods.
     
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    They do............ but they break every now & then!!:D
     
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    I have a 25 ltr DI. Not light full of water. Always lifted it by the inlet/outlet. I know its going to snap, so in the van its gone. Much easier to fill tank. Just plug garden hose in. I leave outlet connected to tank at all times
     
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    I blame frank :D
     
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    I was shocked to hear BandQ sell them
     
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    Better to have DI vessels on the van, the slower the throughput flow, the better resin economy.;)
     
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