Wednesday, November 26, 2008

White Goods Repair Man

Yes, it's a retro reference to Monty Python, but don't worry if you missed it.

Really pleased with myself. Our tumble dryer stopped getting hot, and I managed to find out the likely fault, obtain spare thermostats and fit them correctly. Total cost £14-75. That's what I call a result.

3 comments:

St said...

Bit sad that someone with your green credentials owns a tumble drier mate.

Mike Peatman said...

You've obviously not tried to dry washing in the winter in Lancashire without one.

We have - it goes smelly and you have to wash it again (or run a dehumidifier in the house all day, which is the same problem)

Woodsy said...

Mike, always had you down as a top Techy!!! Woodsy