On Thu, 17 Aug 2006 15:51:49 UTC, "Autolycus" <***@mainbeam.co.uk>
: "Ian Johnston" <***@btinternet.com> wrote in message
: > My four year old Smith's (Holden) capillary water temperature gauge
: > has slowly subsided over the last couple of weeks, so that it now
: > thinks water boils (near sea level!) at 35 degrees centigrade. Does
: > anyone know of a company who can repair them, or do I just lob Holden
: > another ninety (ouch) quid?
: are very widely recommended. They repaired an MG YB speedo cable for me
: for a few pounds while I waited, and I got the impression they are a
: genuinely competent outfit.
Thanks. From their website it looks as if they only do speedometers,
but I'll ring and ask. Since the gauge still works a bit I don't think
I can have a burst capillary - it's more likely, I think, that there
is something jamming at the display end, which might be their cup of