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Old 16th January 2022, 21:57   #31
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I found this link and scrolling down found a company name
http://www.szcisbo.com/base/contact.aspx

A&E TRADING LIMITED
the other links I posted were from the companies web site

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Old 16th January 2022, 22:00   #32
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I have not been following this thread so my appologies.
This web site may be of interest to people, it is a/the Cisbo dealer.
please treat this is post 2 of 2, i seem to have a problem annding another link so will make a separate post
No need to apologise. AET in fact were who I bought from on eBay. I messaged them telling them of the faulty sensor and asking for a replacement and had a reply from them literally 5 minutes ago, asking me to do what I already told them I've done i.e. tried the sensor with other wires & control box sockets to identify what's at fault. At least they've replied.

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Old 28th January 2022, 19:02   #33
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Very happy with the sensor fit. I took the car to London yesterday and had to park several times in tight spots (bear in mind I've turned into a carrot cruncher after 25+ years in Lincolnshire....). Both the front and rear sensors were superb and made my day that little bit easier.

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Old 28th January 2022, 19:15   #34
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I took the car to London yesterday ...
Did you pay the ULEZ?

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Old 28th January 2022, 19:30   #35
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How very dare you sir!! Of course not. Had to go to Sutton (Slutton to the locals....) so zoomed round to Wisley M10 M25, up the A3 and then over to Worcester Park etc. So none of your 'orrible "inside the North/South Circ" for me, thank you very much.

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Had to go to Sutton ... and then over to Worcester Park etc.
Ahh, Sutton comes under the County of Surrey and i think Worcester Park may do too. So we'll have none of your "London" thank you very much!

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Ahh, Sutton comes under the County of Surrey and i think Worcester Park may do too. So we'll have none of your "London" thank you very much!

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Ah, that's a good point Dougie. My information must be out of date. Anyway, well done for circumventing the ULEZ.

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