Archive for November, 2011

The Dyson Vacuum Cleaner Forums Newsletter – Autumn 2011

Hello Dyson Enthusiast,

As a member of the unofficial Dyson Forums, we just wanted to take an opportunity to bring you up to date with a few happenings, a few special offers and a handful of other things that may be of interest to you.

Do you have a Dyson repair shop in the US or Australia? If so, you are welcome to place an informational post about yourself in the “Worldwide Dyson Resources” section. Use where you are in the title. For example: “Jackson’s Dyson Repairs in Idaho.” All we ask in return is that you look around our forums and answer a few questions when you can.

Can you help out our new member Lawrie7062? He has a problem with his DC14. The topic is here: My DC14 “backfiring”.

Those in the UK have likely never have seen a DC04/DC07/DC14 brush roll and belt removal tool. We are the sole UK stockists of these tools. You can see a tutorial and read all about them here: Dyson Belt & Brush Bar Removal Tool (Belt Lifter Tool) Tutorial.

Do you own a DC07? Our member Angus Black has released a Dyson DC07 workshop manual. It is only available in paperback, and you can get one directly from his site here: The Unofficial Dyson DC07 Workshop Manual.

Do you have a favourite Dyson? Did you vote in our poll? Here is the link: Poll — Which is your favourite Dyson? Vote Now! Up to now, the DC07 is in the lead with 32.5% of votes. If you havent voted already, we want your vote!

And last but not least, we work quite hard to make sure people can find us on Google. But we like to know how you found us originally. Was it a link from another site? Was it from Google? Was it from an email or a recommendation? Tell us. Here is the topic: New Members – How did you find us?

Thanks for reading. You are receiving this newsletter as a member of the Dyson Forums. Don’t worry, you wont be getting three a week; nor will your details be passed to any other organisation or entity. But, we would love to see you as an active partcipant on our forums. Why not drop by and say hello?

Regards,
The Dyson Forum – Dyson Advice – Dyson Discussion Board – Dyson Talk Team.

Dyson DC07 Maintenance Guide – Service Book – Workshop Manual

Are you looking for a Dyson DC07 workshop manual? Until recently, nobody had published a DC07 service book – now they have. The Unofficial Dyson DC07 Workshop Manual is available only in paperback – there is no “e-book”.

The author, Angus Black, shares his own thirty years of experience repairing vacuum cleaners. He shares little-known trade secrets about the Dyson DC07, together with where to source trade-only tools.

“The author has created something which genuinely offers the ‘inside scoop.’ It is an absolute must-read for anyone seeking a DC07 maintenance guide,” wrote David Myers, a technician at Manchester Vacs, an independent Dyson specialist.

For anyone seeking a DC07 service manual, there is really only one choice.

The book corrects common misperceptions and enlightens people about Dyson DC07 maintenance and repairs. All the most popular repairs are explored with candor and common sense. There are many illustrations throughout the book, and best of all is the comprehensive DC07 motor replacement guide.

UK and American model Dyson DC07’s are catered for, with differences between the models highlighted throughout.

The final chapters offer practical advice on sourcing parts and machines. Why parts from eBay might not be as good a deal as you imagine and access to on-line resources like video how-to guides and specialist Dyson sites.

The Unofficial Dyson DC07 Workshop Manual is available anywhere in the world direct from this page: Dyson DC07 Workshop Manual

Is The Planet Love Match Dating Site a Good Deal?

Planet Love Match: Some Ukrainian girls on an international dating site that *might not* be marriage minded? Gosh. That never happened before. Hold the front page! We must alert the church elders.

Guys who don’t know their arse from their elbow wont be marrying a woman from the FSU anyway. Those who *do* know their arse from their elbow, and seek a wife, will be seeking out more suitable women for their purposes. What many men overlook is that some guys are happy to pay to chat to some hot teenager in Odessa for an hour or two. That’s all they need. Blokes who do know their arse from their elbow can use almost any site and flush out the decent prospects. All that remains then is choice, functionality, tools available and price. PLM is doing well on those fronts.

Can you meet a scammer, pro dater or pro webcam girl? For sure. Could you maybe meet your future wife? For sure. A good site can be all things to all people. Some blokes seriously seek a wife and a proper relationship. Other blokes seek an evening with the hand cream and the Kleenex. A site has no method to determine which user is which.

Remember, this is an international site. That means there is all types of motivations to be found. No site can supply pure and certificated 19 year old virgins hoping to hump Iowa blokes in their fifties. They don’t exist any more. No site can guarantee motivation of the women. What a big site that is well-marketed can do is provide the spectrum of women: marriage minded ones who dream to live in Kansas right through to Odessa teenagers who may satisfy the odd late night fantasy – and everything in-between. All you have to do is sort the wheat from the chaff. Identify the niche you want and use the site tools to drill down to that.

What a site can do is verify that the women are indeed women, and provide communication tools. Beyond that, at this price, you are pretty much on your own. If you cant be on your own and confident of getting it right, I know a Russian chap will be only too pleased to guide you towards a woman who declares love over Skype in exchange for a brick of $20 bills and a plane ticket to hold your hand whilst there. Others will sell you access to a social or a tour for another brick of cash.

There is no right or wrong way. There are merely service providers that offer different services and sites that offer different functionality and price plans. The punter chooses the route that best suits him. Many of the detractors on this topic are merely people for whom the PLM business model is not suitable. That doesn’t make it a bad model; rather, one that is simply not suitable for them, but may be suitable for many others.

Can you speak to real women in the FSU moments after signing up? Yes.
Will they all be marriage minded? No.
Will some be marriage minded? Yes.
Is it expensive to use? No.
Can you exchange contact information freely? Yes.
Are there translation facilities? Yes.
Are there Webcam facilities? Yes – in HD.
Is there live site help? Yes.
Are these “agency” women, or women at home? All kinds of women from everywhere.
Really, do you need much more? Use your common sense, don’t chase unattainable fantasies and think with the big head is all you need to do. Go look around Planet Love Match today – your ideal girl may be from Kansas, Kentucky, London, Moscow or Berlin. Planet Love Match spans the world. Don’t be left behind.

DPD Geopost Telephone Numbers

Looking for a local number for DPD Geopost? Here they are:

Delivery firm DPD is doing very nicely, judging by its latest accounts says the Daily Mirror.

It’s owned by Geopost UK (ultimate parent company is La Poste in France), which last year made a £34million profit, £20m was trousered by shareholders, and the top director got £465,000

They don’t publish local phone numbers except a dratted 0844 number. I hate those, so here they are:

Customer Services: Dont ring 0845 930 0100 – Try: 0121 569 1390 or 0121 525 4065.

*DPD (Geopost)- 0871 244 4442- 0844 824 0505- 0113 292 5600- – Leeds depot. Also: 0113 292 5643.

*DPD (Geopost)- 0871 244 4442- 0844 824 0505- 01622 714606- – Maidstone depot. Also: 01622 714630 /643 /646.

*DPD (Geopost)- 0871 244 4442- 0844 824 0505- 0116 250 1606- – Leicester depot.

*DPD (Geopost)- 0871 244 4442- 0844 824 0505- 0141 305 3600- – Glasgow depot. Also: 0141 305 3643.

*DPD (Geopost)- 0871 244 4442- 0844 824 0505- 0161 956 5640- – Salford depot.

*DPD (Geopost)- 0871 244 4442- 0844 824 0505- 01745 357800- – Abergele depot. Also: 01745 357843.

*DPD (Geopost)- 0871 244 4442- 0844 824 0505- 01772 662600- – Preston depot. Also: 01772 662643 /646.

*DPD (Geopost)- 0871 244 4442- 0844 824 0505- 01933 414606- – Rushden depot.

*DPD (Geopost)- 0871 244 4442- 0844 824 0505- 01904 527606- – York depot. Also 01904 527643 & 01904 476606.

*DPD (Geopost)- 0871 244 4442- 0844 824 0505- 01733 842643- – Peterborough depot. Saville Road, Westwood, Peterborough, PE3 7PR. Also: 01733 842606 /646.

*DPD (Geopost)- 0871 244 4442- 0844 824 0505- 023 8025 8600- – Southampton depot.

*DPD (Geopost)- 0871 244 4442- 0844 824 0505- 0115 977 7600- – Nottingham depot.

*DPD (Geopost)- 0871 244 4442- 0844 824 0505- 0161 777 4606- – Manchester depot.

*DPD (Geopost)- 0871 244 4442- 0844 824 0505- 020 8498 8600- – Woodford Green depot.

*DPD (Geopost)- 0871 244 4442- 0844 824 0505- 01392 449600- – Exeter depot. Also: 01392 449643.

*DPD (Geopost)- 0871 244 4442- 0844 824 0505- 020 8453 9500- – Park Royal depot.
Frogmore Industrial Est, Acton Lane, Acton, NW10 7NQ.

*DPD (Geopost)- 0871 244 4442- 0844 824 0505- 0191 402 5600- – Newcastle upon Tyne depot.

*DPD (Geopost)- 0871 244 4442- 0844 824 0505- 01582 470600- – Dunstable depot. Also: 01582 470606 /643.

*DPD (Geopost)- 0871 244 4442- 0844 824 0505- 01322 625600- – Dartford depot. Also: 01322 625643 /646.

*DPD (Geopost)- 0871 244 4442- 0844 824 0505- 01245 232056- – Chelmsford depot. Montrose House, Montrose Road, Dukes Park Ind Est, CM2 6TE.

*DPD (Geopost)- 0871 244 4442- 0844 824 0505- 01925 605600- – Warrington depot. Also: 01925 605606 /646 /647.

*DPD (Geopost)- 0871 244 4442- 0844 824 0505- 0118 923 2600- – Reading depot.

*DPD- – 0844 824 0505- 01- 313354043- Edinburgh depot.

*DPD- – 0844 824 0505- 01- 215002500- Edinburgh customer service.

*DPD- – 0844 824 0505- 0141 305 3643- – This is the Cambuslang branch at Glasgow.

*DPD- 0871 244 4442- 0844 824 0505- 020 8978 3843- – Park Royal/Acton Depot.

*DPD (Geopost)- 0871 244 4442- 0844 824 0505- 01792 704640- – Swansea depot.

*DPD (Geopost)- 0871 244 4442- 0844 824 0505- 01872 574643- – Truro (Goonhaven) depot. Also: 01872 574606 /642.

*DPD (Geopost)- 0871 244 4442- 0844 824 0505- 01452 727150- – Gloucester depot. Also: 01452 727193 /196.

*DPD (Geopost)- 0871 244 4442- 0844 824 0505- 01293 893646- – Crawley depot. Also: 01293 893647.

*DPD (Geopost)- 0871 244 4442- 0844 824 0505- 01635 812643- – Newbury depot. Also: 01635 812606.

*DPD (Geopost)- 0871 244 4442- 0844 824 0505- 020 8243 3606- – Croydon depot. Also: 020 8243 3643.

*DPD (Geopost)- 0871 244 4442- 0844 824 0505- 01202 850300- – Bournemouth depot.

*DPD (Geopost)- 0871 244 4442- 0844 824 0505- 01228 829606- – Carlisle depot.

*DPD (Geopost)- 0871 244 4442- 0844 824 0505- 01698 811235- – Glasgow 2 depot.

*DPD (Geopost)- 0871 244 4442- 0844 824 0505- 0131 335 4000- – Edinburgh depot. Also: 0131 335 4043 /4045.

*DPD (Geopost)- 0871 244 4442- 0844 824 0505- 0117 941 5600- – Bristol depot. Also: 0117 941 5643.

*DPD (Geopost)- 0871 244 4442- 0844 824 0505- 01782 578646- – Stoke on Trent depot. Also: 01782 578605.

*DPD (Geopost)- 0871 244 4442- 0844 824 0505- 020 7394 3926- – London Bridge depot. Mandela Way, London, SE1 5SE. Also: 020 7394 3949.

*DPD (Geopost)- 0871 244 4442- 0844 824 0505- 020 7391 8643- – King’s Cross depot. Also: 020 7391 8606.

*DPD (Geopost)- 0871 244 4442- 0844 824 0505- 0114 257 2643- – Sheffield depot.

*DPD (Geopost)- 0871 244 4442- 0844 824 0505- 020 8601 7643- – Wembley depot.

*DPD (Geopost)- 0871 244 4442- 0844 824 0505- 029 2077 2600- – Cardiff depot. Also: 029 2077 2643.

*DPD (Geopost)- 0871 244 4442- 0844 824 0505- 01224 878686- – Aberdeen depot.

*DPD (Geopost)- 0871 244 4442- 0844 824 0505- 01842 855643- – Thetford depot. Also: 01842 855646.

*DPD (Geopost)- 0871 244 4442- 0844 824 0505- 028 9044 9700- – Belfast depot.

*DPD (Geopost)- 0871 244 4442- 0844 824 0505- 01698 811235- – Glasgow 2 depot.

*DPD (Geopost)- 0871 244 4442- 0844 824 0505- 020 8243 3641- – London South (Croydon) depot. Also 0208 243 3643.

*DPD (Geopost)- 0871 244 4442- 0844 824 0505- 020 8978 3843- – Park Royal depot.

*DPD (Geopost)- 0871 244 4442- 0844 824 0505- 01726 892600- – Roche, Cornwall depot.

*DPD (GEOPOST)- 0871 244 4442- 0844 824 0505- 01224 216143- – ABERDEEN DEPOT.

*DPD (Geopost)- 0871 244 4442- 0844 824 0505- 0191 402 5643- – Newcastle upon Tyne depot.

*DPD (Geopost)- – 0844 824 0505- 0117 937 3474- – Yate Depot.

*DPD Crawley Depot (for Brighton & Hove)- – 0844 824 0505- 01293 893647

*DPD (Geopost)- 0871 244 4442- 0844 824 0505- 028 8772 9306- – OMAGH DEPOT.

*DPD (Geopost)- – 0844 824 0505- 01726 892643- – St Austell branch.

Do you know any other DPD telephone numbers? Add them below using the comment box.

dateritme.ru – More Russian Dating Scammers and Spammers

I get a lot of spam. Predictably much of it Russian bride related. However, these clowns are spamming one of our site addresses.

Not just the odd one either. I am getting several a day from all different addresses. But they all point to the same site: dateritme.ru

So, it narked me off deleting this crap (which passes the spam filters incidentally) and I spent 5 minutes researching them.

Here is another one I got just now:

Hello dear, do you remember how we communicated with you? Long ago you could not see, I am Marina – with Russia, do you remember me? “Come to my page – let’s talk, I’m waiting!
dateritme.ru

Rocket science it isn’t. But, it is worth noting for the benefit of Googlers.

So here is the data:

Header Analysis Quick Report
Originating IP: 81.3.27.99
Originating ISP: Hostway Deutschland GmbH
City: n/a
Country of Origin: Germany

It appears to come from Germany, but in there also is this IP in the headers: 46.100.166.212 which originates in Iran. Neither IP shows a city, so I am thinking they are likely just spamming proxies.

The reply email address is: allison.lewin@keller-verlag.de – again German. The domain keller-verlag.de traces to this:

Domain: keller-verlag.de
Nserver: ns1.s-dns.de
Nserver: ns2.s-dns.de
Status: connect
Changed: 2008-02-12T22:13:29+01:00
[Tech-C]
Type: PERSON
Name: Edeltraud Kreft
Address: THUECOM Medien GmbH
Address: Zittauer Str. 30
PostalCode: 99091
City: Erfurt
CountryCode: DE
Phone: +49 361 730 8800
Fax: +49 361 730 8820
Email:
Changed: 2001-10-05T19:18:36+02:00
[Zone-C]
Type: PERSON
Name: Edeltraud Kreft
Address: THUECOM Medien GmbH
Address: Zittauer Str. 30
PostalCode: 99091
City: Erfurt
CountryCode: DE
Phone: +49 361 730 8800
Fax: +49 361 730 8820
Email: kreft@thuecom.de[/quote]
The domain dateritme.ru only gives us this:
[quote]domain: DATERITME.RU
nserver: ns1.reg.ru.
nserver: ns2.reg.ru.
state: REGISTERED, DELEGATED, UNVERIFIED
person: Private Person
e-mail: audrawajmi@mail.com
registrar: REGRU-REG-RIPN
created: 2011.10.15
paid-till: 2012.10.15
source: TCI

That is a commercial site pretending to be a private individual.

The site dateritme.ru is hosted in Turkey at 31.210.103.7

The name “audrawajmi” doesn’t sound either Russian or German. Turkish or Iranian? Maybe. So dateritme.ru is a Russian domain, with the owners ID falsely withheld, hosted in Turkey, likely operated from Germany by Turks or Iranians.

Not the best place to seek out a Russian wife methinks!


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