snapped pole

Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by lee.h, May 5, 2012.

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  1. lee.h

    lee.h Member
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    6 weeks old , and in the middle of a street of terraced houses, my wfp decided to snap.. not the actual pole, the connector between the main pole and the small peice at the end.. managed to bodge it for the rest of the day and can proably fix it but not happy... :( oh well thats the way it goes
     
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  2. donrov

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    Did the exact same on a new Gardiner pole by over tightening the brush.Clean off and had to bodge up for the rest of the day.I always keep a spare in the van now.
     
  3. Iain

    Iain Guru
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    That's rubbish! 6 weeks old and broken? Are you going to get a refund/swap out?
     
  4. lee.h

    lee.h Member
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    will ring the supplier tuesday... no point panicking really i'll get it sorted somehow haha
     
  5. Paul

    Paul Guest

    That's bad mate, what pole was it ?
     
  6. lee.h

    lee.h Member
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    streamline xtel .. the pole itself is fine, its the threaded black part at the end that has snapped.. bugger
     
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