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  1. Hope this is not the sign of things to come. These stilettos with solid heels, no pin to remove, came in for a bit of glue. The only way these could be repaired would be if the whole metal bit unscrews and you could get a replacement.
  2. Cheers Graham, I'd rather let them down gently than mess them about
  3. Thanks Mike, I had a look at these but couldn't match it up and when he said the lock was in Germany I wasn't prepared to risk one if I wasn't sure. Cheers Paul
  4. Same shaped head but that's all i'm afraid. Thanks
  5. BKS key for a block of flats, eventually told flats were in Germany Tried SKS TIA
  6. Hi Guys, I'm sure i've had this key in the past but cannot find it in Birch or Sks books. I'm looking for the extra long one in the middle. TIA Paul
  7. Does anyone have a SKS code for these please. Had one in today UN-7D fits but the blade is not deep enough to cut the zero lift pins
  8. It went from running smoothly to really stiff very quickly but no obvious grating or catching. We GT45 the usual bits and thought maybe a internal O ring had perished. Ended up being a bit of swarf had got between the brass and pivoting arm
  9. Most of us are quick to complain when suppliers get it wrong so I would like to even things up a bit and say a big thank you to Craig at Birch's for talking me through stripping down my Lancer key machine after it almost seized up for no reason (well there obviously was a reason) I was concerned it was going to be an expensive call out but thanks to Craig all is working well. Cheers guys
  10. Hi Guys, Can anyone ID and or supply one of these as have emailed this photo to 2 of my main suppliers and they cannot supply a blank It is unmarked, apart from FW845 on the blade no name at all It is from an after market replacement lock for a caravan if that helps Cheers Paul
  11. Can we legally advise the customer that if they decline to collect their goods then we will pass them on to a debt collecting agency?
  12. Where do you stand when a customer leaves a pair of boots to be soled and heeled for £20 then when you call to get them to collect they say they only paid £3 from a charity shop and do not want them anymore. It would be nice to know where I stand legally if not for these but for dearer repairs. I do have name and address There should be a customer standards agency seeing as there is Trading standards
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