Our newish Valliant Boiler blew up the night before good Friday. Flames, fire brigade, emergency gas shut off = no hot water, burnt side of house and us very thankful as things could be much worse. Now everyone is back to work I have to get someone to admit fault, it's a whodunnit. Was it Valliant for having a boiler that was known to have dodgy seals from new and didn't tell us that they needed replacing. Or the plumber for moving the boiler and not checking the seals? Or did he and find they were fine? In which case what cased the fire? I'll be on the phone again for quite a while, I may be gone some time.
Tuesday, May 03, 2011
Monday, May 02, 2011
Just found that my friend is having PC problems. Went to have a look and couldn't figure out why the programs wouldn't open. Did a search and this was the answer, http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20100308123855AAQuNHh So I got the .exe files to open by downloading the patch while in Safemode with networking (press F8 repeatedly when booting up, the select safemode with networking) and I'm now running Malwarebytes free program to weed out any nasties. Ding ding, just found 3 objects so far... Final count on quick scan (6.49mins) is 12!