More problems with Neckbreaker

Discussion in 'Transformers 3rd Party Discussion' started by Xelotah, Sep 18, 2012.

  1. Xelotah

    Xelotah Well-Known Member

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    One of the nails holding the centre part of Neckbreaker's shovel fell out. I've tried to put it back, but it hasn't worked. Is there some other little part in there that holds it in, or should I just try harder to get it to stay?

    PS- to the guy who offered to send me his spare Neckbreaker shades, I'm still interested. How much do you want for them?
     
  2. blur3479

    blur3479 Movie Prime Apologist

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    Same thing happened to me your best bet is to get a replacement and BBTS(assuming thats where u bought it)is very cooperative when it came to that
     
  3. Torque

    Torque The WORDSMITH

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    i need to do the same...
     
  4. Dormamu

    Dormamu I am Broot.

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    Is it not a pin? Just wondering if you could heat it with a soldering iron and put it back in place.
     
  5. sodawilly

    sodawilly Old School fan since 1984

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    Mine came loose too a long time ago..... I put a small drop of super glue in the pin hole and haven't had any problems since.

    - Gregg
     
  6. seali_me

    seali_me Dakilang Mandirigma

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    Same as above. Solved.
     
  7. Peagis

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    Was this problem still there with the version 2? or just the first release?
     
  8. Torque

    Torque The WORDSMITH

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    is it possible to put back in?
     
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    I hope Perseus fixes all the issues and is a better figure quality-wise
     
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    G.I.EDDIE Purple treads suck!

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    Yup, glue is the super duper easy fix...easier than the hassle of trying to get a replacement that will likely have the same issue eventually...
     
  12. Xelotah

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    Well, now I'm screwed. I've looked several times on the floor and in my trashcan and haven't found the screw in the first place. Any suggestions? How easy is it to go down to a hardware store and find a replacement?

    EDIT: I'd rather not use glue, that would probably screw up its movement.
     
  13. G.I.EDDIE

    G.I.EDDIE Purple treads suck!

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    It does not screw up the movement...you have to put a small dab in the blade piece and Then place the silver hydraulic arm over the peg then place the pin in...

    As for getting a new pin...you likely won't find that at any store...you'll have to get a nail with a similar thickness and grind the head to the right diameter and cut it to the correct length...
     

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