Movie Blackout question

Discussion in 'Transformers Toy Discussion' started by NotFastEnuff, Jul 4, 2007.

  1. NotFastEnuff

    NotFastEnuff I'm a smartass...

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    Hi guys. I finally got a movie Blackout, and I think it's messed up. The rotors won't stay in position. Three lock in nicely, but the other three just flop. You can't even use the rotator gimmick for the three rotors hanging down. Is this some random mistake, or is this like the arm issue on Brawl?
     
  2. GogDog

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    Hmm, Mine stay put just fine. They only move out of position if I move them or they hit something. You could try the clear nail polish trick.
     
  3. NotFastEnuff

    NotFastEnuff I'm a smartass...

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    bump for help, please.
     
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    speaking about that, it's too bad that all of the blades can swirl back like in the movie :p .
     
  5. Wheeljack

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    I love the figure, lots of detail. I only wish it had the military warning symbols/details that were found on the Scorponok figure. As for the blades on my figure they are fine would have been cool for them to automorph down like in the movie but I know they had to make these things breakaway for kids.
     
  6. Ed Bailey

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    Same on mine, they practically fall out.
     
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    If you get some clear nail polish and put it on the ends of the blades where they plug into the main rotor, that may solve the problem... OR take it back and exchange it if that is possible.

    Mine are perfectly fine and won't move unless bumped or intentionly moved.
     
  8. NotFastEnuff

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    Back to the store with ye!! To get another one, anyway, unless I run across the Tru 2 pack this weekend. Thanks for the responses.
     

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