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Old 17-06-2009, 16:16   #16
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Thanks Cacique, yes mine is a sort of Y shape, however being from "down under" I would have described it more of a Boomarang shape. I think what you say is exactly what is happening, no matter which way I point the arrows, waste goes overboard.
I will try pulling it apart or the weekend and see what happens.

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Thanks MichaelB can you let us know what you find?
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