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Monday, 4 November 2019

Marsh Tit Pinkhill Reserve Farmoor courtesy of John Workman.

6 comments:

  1. Hi - I wonder if you can help me. On Sunday I visited Farmoor for the first time, and was told the keycode for Pinkhill hide by the chap in the lodge. He also mentioned that you need to turn both handles in order to open the hide, but no matter how much I tried, I couldn't get it open. Is this normal, or did I get the combination wrong? I'm sure I head the lock click open when I put the code in, but just couldn't get the door open.

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    1. Hi Jon, hopefully one of the Farmoor regulars will be able to help.

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  2. Hi Jon... enter the code, then turn the small handle attached to the key pad in a clockwise direction and hold while opening the door using the door handle. Turn anti clockwise and it will just reset.

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  3. I struggled today but got there on my 5th attempt, not the easiest. Clockwise is the key

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  4. Thanks very much chaps, you've been really helpful! An apologies for using this post as a suppport forum :)

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