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Shogunlpg
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Pharos

#1 Post by Shogunlpg » Thu Feb 18, 2021 2:56 pm

Does anyone know if Rossko is still about I read lots of his post and he sounds like the man to ask about my Pharos system

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Re: Pharos

#2 Post by Brian_H » Thu Feb 18, 2021 3:02 pm

Unfortunately not seen him on here in about 3 years. As far as anyone knows Blazegas is no longer trading.

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Re: Pharos

#3 Post by Shogunlpg » Thu Feb 18, 2021 3:08 pm

Thanks Brian, shame he knows his stuff 👍

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Re: Pharos

#4 Post by Shogunlpg » Mon Feb 22, 2021 6:43 pm

Hi everyone I know that all the Pharos , posts were a long time ago but does anyone have any info pictures ,lead's ,downloads , I can't believe seeing as Pharos went bust no one has any thing about ,I can hope 😞👍

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Re: Pharos

#5 Post by Brian_H » Mon Feb 22, 2021 7:47 pm

It might help to post some details of either what info your after, or what the problem your trying to fix is? The few installers here still active might be able to assist but will need some info to go on. Plus anything thats posted here is available for others in future to refer to.

I don't have the Pharos software or any info - I've got a load of other system resources built up over the years, but not that particular one.

Simon (LPGC) or Fox Vehicles or Classicsweede might be worth getting in touch with depending where you are. Autogas 2000 ( https://www.mylpg.eu/installers/united- ... E9D040457E ) or https://www.autogasshop.co.uk/ used to list parts etc for them and are listed as an installer for Pharos, but it seems they have pretty much pulled all their autogas parts from the web now and only have some bits listed on ebay, I've no idea if they are still even installing/repairing autogas systems now, it seems they are more concerned with the campervan/motorhome market from their website.

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Re: Pharos

#6 Post by LPGC » Mon Feb 22, 2021 8:50 pm

Parts for the Pharos system will likely be difficult to obtain these days, they were difficult to source even 10 years ago.

I have fixed plenty problems on plenty unusual systems including liquid injection systems and those with in-tank pumps.

Like Bri has asked, what is the specific problem with your system?

Tomorrow I will phone Mick at Fox Vehicles to draw his attention here in case he hasn't seen this thread, as a supplier he may be in a position to source parts.
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