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tanker


Joined: 16/01/2009
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Message Posted:
31/03/2009 15:20

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hi anybody know the cost and where to buy one ?



TRNCVaughan


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31/03/2009 15:31

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I suggest you contact Nick Bointon on 0533 845 3935 for advice on sizing the pump. He will also be able to supply and install one for you should you need him to.



keithcaley



Joined: 13/06/2008
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31/03/2009 15:45

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Try 'The Pump Man' on the Alsancak/Lapta Border.

I'm sorry that I don't know his proper name, he's a little (short, that is!) very broad (accent, that is!) London Cypriot - he switches from 'Oright might' to gabbled Turkish in the blink of an eye.

Heading from towards Lapta from Alsancak on the main road, he's a bit past the 'farthest' Starling, on the same side of the road - the right, that is.

The shop is set back a little from the road, and the 'showroom' floor is covered in pumps of all descriptions.

There will probably be no one at all in the showroom, but to the left of the premises, there is a slope down to the workshop, where they do repairs, rewinds, and anything else that needs doing to a pump!

The younger chap only speaks a smattering of English, but if the boss isn't there, he'll call his mobile.

I've no idea of prices, but they struck me as being dead straight, fixed a new float switch to my sump pump for less than the yapı market would sell me the switch to fit



tanker


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31/03/2009 15:47

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thanks vaughan our developer has just quoted 1300 ytl for one and 360 ytl to have it connected to existing supply



racoonchic



Joined: 17/11/2008
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Message Posted:
31/03/2009 21:17

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are you tapping into the great barrier reef choc para



Jovial_John


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Message Posted:
01/04/2009 09:22

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Do not stint on a well pump! Get the best quality you can because they are a bugger to remove/repair if anything goes wrong. Also try to get one with a pre-attached waterproof cable that at least reaches to the top of the well.



Another good tip is to fit a union in the water pipe at a convenient place at the well head to facilitate easy disconnection if you do have to remove the pump.



stilluvithere



Joined: 03/12/2008
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Message Posted:
01/04/2009 12:36

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There is asmall yapi market just on the left in the road opposte Deniz Plaza, I bought my pump there for around 100, fully submersible and it works well. Hope that doesn't tempt fate



kibsolar


Joined: 14/09/2008
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Message Posted:
01/04/2009 13:08

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msg 7, this is the equipment msg 6 warns you off....

tanker, get a grundfos or a wilo pump, a lowara or a ebara pump.

all the rest is low quality, they are energy suckers, and will cause trouble soon.

call eg orba su tesisat on 533 8694080 and tell him what you want.



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