Cybertron Mode Prime EXTREMELY loose roof

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  1. RipCurl

    RipCurl I just can't get enough!

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    I just got animated deluxe prime and his roof is so loose that if i turn him upside down it falls out and wont stay on at all .

    how can i fix this ?
     
  2. Valkysas

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    lock it in?

    aside from the big gray peg, it locks into his other arm, and windshield. press firmly and you can lock the whole thing together really well.
     
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    RipCurl I just can't get enough!

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    it doesnt lock in ? the big grey peg is too loose . it fits in to his arm but it doesnt stay in , anyway i can i dno , tighten it . so it stays in
     
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    the shield locks into the cab in places other than the big gray peg.
     
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    RipCurl I just can't get enough!

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    yaa , i know that but it still doesnt stay in and for robot mode ?
     
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    well, it's supposed to.
     
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    Try a layer of nail polish on the peg. That may be enough to tighten it up.
     
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    Rub Super glue on the peg, when it dries it should fit.
     
  9. RipCurl

    RipCurl I just can't get enough!

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    thanks , i'll try the superglue and if i dont have any , i'll try clear nail polise , thanks
     
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    QmTablit Disguise: Check. Robot...

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    I use modeler's cement for that kind of stuff. I try to avoid messing with super glue if I can.

    But uhh... exactly why is this such an issue? If the figure's just being displayed, it should sit there just fine, regardless of how loose it is. If the figure's being played with, then you're going to be complaining about a lot more things being loose anyway.
     
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    its an issue because it shouldn't be like that . And i play with them also , but when its just sitting their, it still wont stay in , i'll have to buy some super glue
     

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