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    Working on the forum, might find a couple of glitches here and there while I do this so just hang in there. I'll let you know when I'm done so you can help check for bugs and things with me.

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    No probs boss.
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    Cheers Dan
    IMPORTANT: Carbon Monoxide can be produced when ANY fuel is burnt, including oil, gas, wood and coal.


    GSR? Want gas safety or boiler repair advice? We will check out that you're genuine via the gas safe website, so please dont be offended when we ask for your details. DIYers, odd job people and have a go heroes need not apply.

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    Would that be why when I click on my profile to look back on some previous posts I get a message about not being registered so no profile available?

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    Hi Dan, I have a notification which I can't access, it just says: this user is not registered and therefore does not have a profile.
    Not sure if this is me or if it's a site problem.
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    Well, like works ok. Lol

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    Cheers Dan, sorted now.

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    I'm sure the Guy's and girl's of this forum would like to thank all behind the scenes for all the hard work that's carried out on behalf of all members that make ukpf the best forum's bar none thanks Dan and the behind the scene team......regards Turnpin
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    Cheers matey.

    It's just me who breaks the forum. Then one guy who fixes it. He's usually always on stand-by. The mrs keeps me fed with coffee.

    I've now broke the sparky forum transferring it over to the new software. But we're on it.

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