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Hi is anyone else finding the forum keeps going off line for a few minutes with a data base error message? Just wondering because it has happened to me a few times over the last few days- or is it just admin trying to keep me quiet mmmmm Lol No just if anyone else is having the problem theni will report it

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Ineke

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durro68

Yes I am getting this as well!

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Squiggle

Yep, me too :D.....

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ineke

Glad it's not just me then!!! Will contact admin

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Heavyd

+3..............

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ineke

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