Show is on the Road

After a whirlwind few weeks MPR Landscapes are now open for business. Everything is in place so that we can provide a fantastic landscaping service in and around Chorley, Leyland, Preston, Blackburn and surrounding, beautiful Lancashire areas.Our services include full garden re-designs, driveways, fencing, decking, patios, turfing and water features.All our quotations are free, references available & a images of past jobs available.We have completed our website which is http://www.mprlandscapes.co.uk/and our Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/pages/MPR-Landcapes/199085313468734We hope this summer is successful for us and for everybody else in businessThank you to everybody for their help, support and ideas we are very grateful.Mark & Yasmin Roworth
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Megan Poole replied to Megan Poole's discussion School field mowing - Manchester
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Billybop replied to John F's discussion Battery indicates fully charged but does not operate ?
"yes safety first with all these new fangled gadgets... something else to bear in mind to those using a combination of petrol and battery tools is to keep the petrol and batteries very much separate. It doesn't bear thinking about what could happen…"
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BCH Gardens replied to John F's discussion Battery indicates fully charged but does not operate ?
"Thats the best and safest result John.  Pleased that's resolved this way.
Spot on Billybop - but they are designed that way because the first thing a joiner does is throw a battery into a toolbag of sharp things in the back of the van, or drop it…"
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Gary RK replied to John F's discussion Battery indicates fully charged but does not operate ?
"Good customer service :ThumbsUp:"
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Billybop replied to John F's discussion Battery indicates fully charged but does not operate ?
"that's good.  to be fair, the power tool type Li-Ion battery packs are generally a lot sturdier and less volatile than the Li-Po type used in radio controlled planes etc"
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John F replied to John F's discussion Battery indicates fully charged but does not operate ?
"Crikey !! I was just about to give the battery a bang on the ground but on second thoughts ? 
Thanks for the advice It just highlights the need to treat these batteries with respect .
I have contacted the supplier and absolute sterling service after…"
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Tim Bucknall replied to Paul Doyle's discussion Viburnum problem
"Viburnum rhytidophyllum.  Horrible plant, I would always take it out if I had the chance.  If you have to prune it, do it on a rainy day.
Never had a problem with any other variety."
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BCH Gardens replied to John F's discussion Battery indicates fully charged but does not operate ?
"John
check your charger manual to make sure the green/red flashing does not indicate a bad cell - a good charger should point blank refuse to charge a battery with a bad cell.  Li-ion batteries can do very weird things when they have a bad cell. …"
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Andrew Betteridge replied to John F's discussion Henchman Most Practical Position
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Billybop replied to John F's discussion Battery indicates fully charged but does not operate ?
"probably not charging up to quite the voltage of a healthy battery of the same type which can indicate a cell gone bad in it. or even a battery managent system failure. does that flashing sequence on your charger indicate a fault, as brands are…"
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BCH Gardens replied to alan mcmillan's discussion I'm looking for a decent duplicate Invoice book?
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