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    Keeping it simple, I suppose the electric valve could be controlled by just a switch, so being either fully open or fully shut, but it wouldn't be a whistle and bells job!
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    Or you could use one of these which is what I have on a T7 heater matrix.

    https://www.t7design.co.uk/products/...eater-12v.html


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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony Stott View Post
    Keeping it simple, I suppose the electric valve could be controlled by just a switch, so being either fully open or fully shut, but it wouldn't be a whistle and bells job!
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    Hi my new silicone hose has arrived what I will do now is put new pipe from water pump to inlet manifold, leave the heater in the car just bypass and try to find out why it wont turn off, thanks for all the help,
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    Quote Originally Posted by yousay54 View Post
    Hi my new silicone hose has arrived what I will do now is put new pipe from water pump to inlet manifold, leave the heater in the car just bypass and try to find out why it wont turn off, thanks for all the help,
    Include a picture of the heater it might help us diagnose why it will not turn off.
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    Hi I have left the heater in the car just bypass it have a look at a later date or get a new classic mini unit, thanks. don't know how to put a photo on? perhaps someone will help, thanks again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by yousay54 View Post
    Hi I have left the heater in the car just bypass it have a look at a later date or get a new classic mini unit, thanks. don't know how to put a photo on? perhaps someone will help, thanks again.
    Try here. https://www.marlinownersclub.com/for...-upload-photos
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    There are a couple of methods to add pictures described here:
    https://www.marlinownersclub.com/for...light=pictures

    Personally I prefer the second method suggested by Mike.

    Hope this helps,
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