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Old 10th January 2009, 03:40 PM
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Originally Posted by Jon View Post
JSB have known about the problems for well over 18 months thats why Daystate pulled the plug and AA had words. I personally mentioned the problems three years ago after two years of suffering.
Hi Jon

Thanks for your input it all helps, the more the better. I am interested to know if you had any discussions with JSB themselves, when and who you had contact with. In all honesty I can say that from the E Mails I have receieved they appeared NOT to be aware of BATCH to BATCH inconsistancy problems, as they do not test in comparision to previous batchs.

Maybe they were, and were careful not to disclose the fact, with all manufacturing processes there can be variation of quality, and generally it seems that various production batchs are either good and work well, or are not so good (for whatever reason) and just do not perform very well causing no end of frustration

The general idea is to try and get JSB to keep the variation of quality within a batch to a minimum and to keep the variation from batch to batch to a minimum also.

I think we would all be a lot more satisfied with there pellets if this were to be the case. We can only try to get them to improve.

John Waterfield
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