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GAA Discussion / Re: Myclubfinances/locallotto.ie
« on: March 14, 2019, 04:02:53 PM »
A plus for Klubfunder here - great service for free - only cost is gateway transaction cost, e.g. Stripe.
https://www.klubfunder.com

Club takes membership payments through it and online lotto. Also has facility to take payments for draws and fundraisers like Last Man Standing.

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General discussion / Re: Recovering Files From External Storage
« on: February 25, 2019, 02:03:02 PM »

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General discussion / Re: DIY thread
« on: January 30, 2019, 12:54:38 PM »
Your ball-c**k is possibly set too high as it knocks off the inlet once the water reaches a certain level.   There should be a plastic threaded bolt at the ball-c**k hinge that allows to to set how can much water to come into the cistern.
As soon as i touched that thread at the right the water started coming in again without it flushing.



I screwed it well down and flushed and can see it clearly go and and then raise up as the water fills up - but the water just keeps filling even when it goes as high as it can go.
Is that unit faulty?

Have you tried screwing it in the opposite direction?

Yep tried it at max both ways and the water just kept flowing.
What is that unit called? A fill valve?

flush valve is what we'd call it.  Show the pic in your plumbers merchants and they should be able to sort you

It's a fill valve. The flush valve is the siphon. Looks like a bottom entry fill valve to me.
I have another one here in house. Extra toilet delivered when building and never collected again.
Is it an easy swap? Clip on/off or does it require something more major?

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General discussion / Re: DIY thread
« on: January 29, 2019, 05:59:43 AM »
Your ball-c**k is possibly set too high as it knocks off the inlet once the water reaches a certain level.   There should be a plastic threaded bolt at the ball-c**k hinge that allows to to set how can much water to come into the cistern.
As soon as i touched that thread at the right the water started coming in again without it flushing.



I screwed it well down and flushed and can see it clearly go and and then raise up as the water fills up - but the water just keeps filling even when it goes as high as it can go.
Is that unit faulty?

Have you tried screwing it in the opposite direction?

Yep tried it at max both ways and the water just kept flowing.
What is that unit called? A fill valve?

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General discussion / Re: DIY thread
« on: January 28, 2019, 11:22:19 PM »
Yip, replace it...cheap as chips £15 - £20
Should just clip in and out easily enough
It should clip off near the top somewhere?
Not whole unit/pipe to bottom of cistern?

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General discussion / Re: DIY thread
« on: January 28, 2019, 10:52:56 AM »
Your ball-c**k is possibly set too high as it knocks off the inlet once the water reaches a certain level.   There should be a plastic threaded bolt at the ball-c**k hinge that allows to to set how can much water to come into the cistern.
As soon as i touched that thread at the right the water started coming in again without it flushing.



I screwed it well down and flushed and can see it clearly go and and then raise up as the water fills up - but the water just keeps filling even when it goes as high as it can go.
Is that unit faulty?

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General discussion / Re: DIY thread
« on: January 28, 2019, 09:45:43 AM »
Any Plumbers?
Had 2 toilets recently started filling very slowly when flushed. Searched online and found it was a washer type thing like the pic below and i replaced it on both toilets.



When replaced both toilets fill as normal now - but one of them keep's filling and overflowing into the bowl - this runs for about 10 minutes before it would stop.
Video of overflow here - https://youtu.be/xkhV0MlZ5CE

What is the cause of this? Some fault in the device on the right?

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General discussion / Re: DIY thread
« on: November 19, 2018, 10:09:05 AM »
I have a gap in a set of french doors near the bottom where there is a draft comes in on Windy nights. See pics of the gap and any places i think it can be adjusted.
Can it be easily sorted or something i would need to contact the manufacturer about.







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Antrim / Re: Antrim Football Thread
« on: November 13, 2018, 09:31:53 AM »
The real problem is that St Pauls proposal is a good one, but done for the wrong reasons. I think if it were implemented this year coming they'd have to be some sort of playoff so the likes of St Pats aren't shafted. But who wants to play a crucial game to define their year before anythings started.
It could be implemented but taken into account the finishing positions with promotion/relegation taking place before being applied.
Rossa/Glenavy swapped with Gort na Mona/St Brigids
St Paul's/O'Donnell's swapped with Glenravel/Lisburn

St Paul's would still be in the bottom league which they wouldn't like but it is the only fair place to take with the teams in the promotion/relegation places. Tough suppose it has no impact on the current Div 1/Div 2 as they would be in St Paul's new proposed 1B.

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Antrim / Re: Antrim Football Thread
« on: October 25, 2018, 12:20:35 PM »
Does anyone have full u21 line up fixtures etc or is there a link to it anywhere?

https://antrim.gaa.ie/fixtures/u21f-championship-phase-1

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Antrim / Re: Antrim Football Thread
« on: October 25, 2018, 12:17:52 PM »
Just going to say that myself. SS were a serious force back in my day at underage and then on wards with the number of titles that they picked up.
4 in a row minors in late 90s / early noughties. Two in years where antrim got to the ulster minor final and one where st louis got to a final in croke park so minor football was strong enough then too.

Delgany Lisburn are 2nd in the table on the antrim website and have less of a scoring difference tahn ardoyne on head to head so presumably are getting up on head to head? I am not sure if they can win division 3 but
 I think I read they can. If they can then presumably a win would do it as they have a better scoring difference than glenravel.
Head to head applies when teams are on the same points. Lisburn beat Ardoyne twice so are promoted. Glenravel beat Lisburn by 5 and Lisburn beat Glenravel by 4 so Glenravel have better head to head by 1 point so win the league.

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GAA Discussion / Re: Ulster Club IFC/JFC 2018
« on: October 23, 2018, 03:18:05 PM »
Antrim SFC Winners Cargin - 3rd in Division 1 (3rd out of 34 clubs)       (12 Teams Senior Championship)
Antrim IFC Winners St Enda's - 7th in Division 1 (7th out of 34 clubs)   (11 Teams Intermediate Championship)
Antrim JFC Winners Glenravel - 1st in Division 3 (25th out of 34 clubs) (11 Teams Junior Championship)

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General discussion / Re: Car Problems!!
« on: October 23, 2018, 03:08:56 PM »
Audi A4 2007
ESP Light has come on solid, Glow Plug light flashing. Brake lights on solid.

Bit of googling seems like it could be a brake light switch problem.
Does this sound right and could it be a DIY job?

Yep definitely sounds like switch. It is buried up behind the pedal. Can be awkward enough to get at but if you are handy you should be able to do it. Disconnect the plug and turn it 90 degrees and it should come out.

Thanks - will give it a lash.

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General discussion / Re: Car Problems!!
« on: October 23, 2018, 02:49:51 PM »
Audi A4 2007
ESP Light has come on solid, Glow Plug light flashing. Brake lights on solid.

Bit of googling seems like it could be a brake light switch problem.
Does this sound right and could it be a DIY job?

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Antrim / Re: Antrim Football Thread
« on: October 22, 2018, 06:50:38 AM »
RE: League positions

If two teams are on equal points, it goes to head to heads.
If three teams are on equal points, head to heads go out the window and it comes down to points difference.

Same figuring out for next weekend in Div 2.

League Regulations here: https://antrim.gaa.ie/assets/documents/2018-All-County-League-Regulations.pdf
Point 3.07

Where there is a need to differentiate between teams on equal
points, the following criteria shall be used:

a. Where teams finish with equal points the outcome of the
meetings between the teams shall be the deciding
factor, except for in a one round league where the
deciding factors will be from b to d below .
b. The highest scoring difference. That is points scored minus
points conceded in the games played between the
teams
c. The highest score forí.
d. Play off

 Where more than 2 teams are on equal points the issue will be
 decided as per b above

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