LP12 set up guide by Cymbiosis

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Re: LP12 set up guide by Cymbiosis

Post by apye » Wed Mar 12, 2014 8:33 pm

Mr Fixit wrote:Yes, tea first please :D

I do have clients in NW England so I am out and about occasionally.

It's a blooming site closer than Chamonix, which is where I'm off to today. No ski kit, just set-up kit and a big pair of boots :mrg:

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Re: LP12 set up guide by Cymbiosis

Post by Mr Fixit » Thu Mar 13, 2014 9:52 am

apye wrote:
Mr Fixit wrote:Yes, tea first please :D

I do have clients in NW England so I am out and about occasionally.

It's a blooming site closer than Chamonix, which is where I'm off to today. No ski kit, just set-up kit and a big pair of boots :mrg:

KR

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I try and help where I can and if financially viable.

Sometimes I'm able to make better use of time by seeing several people on one trip.

Off to Basel on the train today!

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Re: LP12 set up guide by Cymbiosis

Post by grimreaper46 » Thu Mar 13, 2014 11:24 am

If the LP12 needs fettling is it a

Basel Faulty

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Re: LP12 set up guide by Cymbiosis

Post by Mr Fixit » Thu Mar 13, 2014 4:33 pm

grimreaper46 wrote:If the LP12 needs fettling is it a

Basel Faulty

Interesting comment actually Grim as the Swiss train I was on had to be replaced!

I arrived in Basel a bit late having made a couple of changes, but no bother.

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Re: LP12 set up guide by Cymbiosis

Post by dan steel » Thu Mar 13, 2014 6:49 pm

Mr Fixit wrote:
grimreaper46 wrote:If the LP12 needs fettling is it a

Basel Faulty

Interesting comment actually Grim as the Swiss train I was on had to be replaced!

I arrived in Basel a bit late having made a couple of changes, but no bother.

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Re: LP12 set up guide by Cymbiosis

Post by ray davis » Sun May 04, 2014 3:45 pm

Will wait to hear when mr fixit is visiting Poole, think I need some bits fitted.

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Post by Jazz Club » Sun May 04, 2014 4:23 pm

ray davis wrote:Will wait to hear when mr fixit is visiting Poole, think I need some bits fitted.
Ray,
You need to mail or ring him to go over options and book a visit.
He dosent just call in.

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Re: LP12 set up guide by Cymbiosis

Post by Mr Fixit » Wed May 07, 2014 7:52 am

Carlton the door man wrote:
ray davis wrote:Will wait to hear when mr fixit is visiting Poole, think I need some bits fitted.
Ray,
You need to mail or ring him to go over options and book a visit.
He dosent just call in.
Thank you Carlton, yes that's the point.... Whilst I might like to drop in, we need to look at the logistics of any such a trip to make it cost-effective for everyone as you know.

Poole for example is 3 1/2hr drive each way, so what I'd do is note who is in a general area requiring help/home visit, and then try to arrange several visits within the area during a trip down, maybe visiting clients in Oxford, Swindon, Andover, Salisbury, Southampton etc broadly on the way to Poole over a couple of days. The overall cost can then be divided between everyone making a visit much cheaper individually. This is exactly the same as what I do for the guys in the USA, Europe or the Far East thus making home visits a reality for them...... Ok so obviously they have to wait a while until it can be organised, but once we have viability of numbers for a trip, then as you will have seen in the past 10 years or so on the forums, I travel. - This will remain the same for the future of course.

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Re: LP12 set up guide by Cymbiosis

Post by Red Chris » Wed May 07, 2014 10:41 pm

Mr Fixit wrote: Poole for example is 3 1/2hr drive each way, so what I'd do is note who is in a general area requiring help/home visit,
It's a wonderful place though 8) - well worth a visit
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Re: LP12 set up guide by Cymbiosis

Post by Debs » Wed May 07, 2014 11:05 pm

I thought it was full of old people smelling of wee :smt017 :smt005

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