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Re: Metho Burner Replacement

You know it never occured to me for a moment that "metho" wouldn't be easily translated outside the Commonwealth.. and that probably explains why I get so few hits in various search engines for spares!! Never mind, problem sorted anyways - with profuse thanks to a certain Wombat and his lady.

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Originally Posted by dacap06 View Post
Wouldn't that be a Murkin to Strine translator? You'd only need the English translation if the Brits are involved, I should think.
Funny.. we don't have so many problems understanding the Brits, but, yes, Murkin is an entirely different problem.
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