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Postby swithun » Mon Nov 05, 2007 11:28 am

What's happening with the grill? Is there some conspiracy to not replace it and use this as an excuse to not do nachos anymore? This just came in my inbox:

Electric Grill & Fan Oven

Includes non-stick baking tray, 2 chrome plated grill racks and gripping tool. Adjustable temperature from 80�C - 250�C. 1,380 Watt. 60 minute timer. 5 heat settings
- choose from upper, lower or various combined heat settings, for perfect results every time. Oven capacity (L): 15. Size (cm): 42.9 x 32.3 x 27.3. Also available in
silver. 3 year manufacturer's warranty. Price per item.

19.99*

http://newsletter.lidl.co.uk/c/r?EMID=09500E30853CL0P6G4LCQ00N3S72M

Mmhmm. 15 litres of nachos.
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Postby Shannon » Mon Nov 05, 2007 5:25 pm

A new element has been ordered (see Peoples forum). If it hasn't arrived, call Ryan to find out the number we should call to track it down. If it has arrived, call Martin and ask him to come and install it.
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Postby swithun » Mon Nov 05, 2007 5:34 pm

Sweet. Thanks. Alex is going to get onto Ryan to get the number.
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Postby lucky » Tue Nov 06, 2007 12:46 pm

So, I phoned the company supplying this and they passed me on to the delivery people (0131 335 8800). Apparently they've 'tried' to deliver this twice and left a card, both times around 3:30pm. I said we're a cafe and therefore always open with a KM during that time, and there's so way they would have tired to deliver and there was no-one here.

So, they're dodgy and I'm going to write a letter of complaint. I asked for delivery today, tomorrow is the best they can do. I tried to tell them we're loosing money over this, we're a charity and that, but no avail.

I hate them.

Alex*
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Bohnenflaschen!

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Postby ravanwin » Wed Nov 07, 2007 9:58 am

i will take up the fight on my return!

ry
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Postby Martin » Wed Nov 07, 2007 3:35 pm

This is now fitted and working. The old one is hanging in the front window, warding off evil spirits. The delivery note is in the office if needed for accounting.

For future reference, when working on the grill you should wear rubber gloves. The insulation inside is fibreglassy stuff that will make your skin itch.

To replace the element you need a Torx T-15 screwdriver head to get the back panel open. There is one in the workshop. Once you're in, you can get the top off, remove the insulation below that and use a Phillips screwdriver to get the remaining panel off and access the element. Pliers and/or spanners will unbolt the element from the back panel, and get the new one on. The wires attached to the old one need to be disconnected from behind the control knob, and the new one wired in in the same way. Remember which points the ends were attached to as there are some unused ones. It doesn't matter which end of the element goes to which, so long as you use the right two.
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Postby ravanwin » Thu Nov 08, 2007 10:05 am

thanks martin! you are the lawnmower man of GRILLS.

Where in the office is the reciept?

ry
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Postby Martin » Thu Nov 08, 2007 11:59 am

I left it clipped up on the shelving just behind the computers.
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