FE Arcee feet

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  1. Mal

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    Has anyone had any problems with the First Edition Prime Arcee's feet?
     
  2. Wars

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    Might help if you tell us what problems you're having, so others can give you solutions, assuming they've had and solved them.

    Or is this just a general, for the craic type of question?
     
  3. firehawc_69

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    Nope, they work perfectly.
     
  4. LogicalLuke

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    Mine are working as intended to.
     
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    The first FE Arcee I got mailed from TRU.

    The pin was sunk in the wrong spot. And the foot feel right off.

    Poorly rushed QC.

    Second one works just fine...

    And the NYCC pink one is fine, too.
     
  6. ahro23

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    Mine are working fine but they are really tight at first. Also, if you're not used to the transformation, I could easily see someone pushing the foot past where it needs to go.
     
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    Broke the ankle joint on my NYCC Arcee during first transformation.
     
  8. Kaymac

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    I tried to move the heel spur on the back of the foot, and caused a stress mark, but that's it. They are a little tight to move, but I think that is proper.
     
  9. kaijuguy19

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    Mine was a bit tight the first time around but she's good now!:) 
     
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    Pretty much the case for me too, but since I was able to massage her into submission via the other foot, I knew that doing it a 2nd time wouldn't be an impossibility.
     
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    I thought my pink one had a problem until I realized my daughter popped the legs off while transforming it and she put them on backwards!

    Other than that, no issues with pink or blue.
     
  12. Mal

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    Just a general question. I've had the figure and I just got around to reading the reviews. I've noticed from the reviews and some podcasts on Seibertron that people have had problems with the feet breaking. I wasn't sure how common it was, or if it was common if there was a fix.
     

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