Has This Happened To Anyone

Discussion in 'Transformers 3rd Party Discussion' started by blur3479, Jul 4, 2012.

  1. blur3479

    blur3479 Movie Prime Apologist

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    while I was messing around with Neckbreaker this happened... photo 1.JPG

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    Do I Contact TFC about this or what?
     
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    Torque The WORDSMITH

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    it happened to me and scared the hell outta me. I think it can just pop back in though, as thats what i did with mine
     
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    super glue. make sure to wipe the excess off to make sure it can still turn.
     
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    Genetic Morg Than Meets the Eye

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    Yeah someone else posted about it before, so it's not just you.
     
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    Outsider4Life Where R all the RI fans?

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    I didn't have the same problem, but I did have to remove that pin due to the gray piston screw being left too loose and it made it floppy.
    If you have a soldering iron, you can place the pin back on and then hit the pin with the soldering iron for a few seconds(not too long, just long enough for the pin to get hot). If done correctly the pin won't pop off anymore unless you use the soldering iron on it.
     

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