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Old 07-01-16, 05:58 PM   #1
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As more of us need our heater flaps repaired i thought it might be an idea to have a thread dedicated to recommended repairers. This is meant for garages rather than fix yourself so. Up to now i know of
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I believe there is one or two down south somewhere but cant remember who/where ?? Can you

Also is there anywhere North of the border that offers this service.
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Nice idea.

Think there was one in Swansea. Can't remember name of garage tho.
And was it Paul Mooney in Northern Ireland??? Who does the cut in method.
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I thought south Wales,so Swansea is possible

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Dear, one question. I have a Peugeot 407, 2.o petrol 103 kW, 2006. Built into his gas after 3 years. Now it is 256,000 km, use Total 5-40, and spends about 3 liters to 10,000 km. Is it worrying?
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I could really do with finding someone down this way who can do this (midlands, Essex/Norfolk, SE England)???
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A bit far, but, I have done two myself. The blower units have been bought of eBay for less than 100 and I have dismantled all the dashboard and pipes in engine bay area to replace them. Second job took me almost 6 hours. Not difficult if you've got patience and general knowledge around the car. You will require someone to help remove/install dashboard as its big. The second one had the cut in method done prior to installation but only worked for a few days
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Thanks a lot bro
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Just got back from having my flaps done at RTN in Doncaster - absolutely fantastic bunch of guys. Within 15min (honest) they had my dash and steering completely out and had started fixing the flaps. I was back on the road and heading south within an hour and a half! He charged me 250 for both flaps to be fixed (I'd have happily paid double!!!!).

I can't reccommend these guys enough - fantastic!
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Hi guys, ordered a set of flaps today to replace but they have what looks like to me a weak spot/damage. Would you fit them or return them for replacement? Trouble is i wanted to fit them this weekend as its my only weekend off for a while and i wont be getting replacements until next week. I attached photos of them. Many thanks in advance.
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Just got back from having my flaps done at RTN in Doncaster - absolutely fantastic bunch of guys. Within 15min (honest) they had my dash and steering completely out and had started fixing the flaps. I was back on the road and heading south within an hour and a half! He charged me 250 for both flaps to be fixed (I'd have happily paid double!!!!).

I can't reccommend these guys enough - fantastic!
Brilliant thank you so much for this post. I will be calling then in the morning to make arrangements for them to repair mine. It's only a 110 miles and will be worth every penny.
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