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@brianw wrote:

Thanks for the helpful comments and advice.
I think I’ll go for something a bit bigger than 2 litres with no fancy digital controls and also new. Perhaps 3.5 litres.
As Arutha suggests, I can always clean by hand if I have to deal with a large movement.
I’m in the middle of trying to accumulate the tools I need, and so far have bought some old and good second hand tools with no problems.
I think that because the tank is electrical I would prefer to buy new so that I can pretty much guarantee that it will work OK.
I know that it will cost more initially, and my funds are limited, but perhaps in the long run it will prove to be the better option.
I’m finding tool buying quite difficult as I am a complete novice and am only just starting to find my way around what is needed.
It’s good to know that I can get help from this forum.
Regards, Brian

The advice I’ve gotten here helped me decide what I needed, what I didn’t need, and guided me around so much of the crap that’s out there. All of this saved me a lot of money and reduced the stress during the learning process (which never ends).

Ultimately, the pittance that I invested in joining this forum turned out to be the best investment I’ve ever made. If I’d only had this much luck in my other endeavors… ;)

Good luck!

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