Problem with Classics Jetfire..

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  1. Sunstorm9119

    Sunstorm9119 RC 1136

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    When I unpacked him yesterday for my updated collection pics I noticed a slight problem. The guns on the sides of his helmet have gone limp! (c'mon kids, out of the gutter) Has anyone else had this happen? Can it be fixed? It seems to me the pins holding them in came loose, but I don't know how it's even possible. Now the guns on both sides won't stay straight up (get back up here) and just flop to either the front or back.

    HELP!!!!!!
     
  2. SmF

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    He needs Viagra.


    Lol um I know what you're talking about. You can try using some glue and put a thin layer around it, it'll make it stiffer ... hopefully.
     
  3. Soundblaster1

    Soundblaster1 The Heisenberg of Toys

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    SmF has the right idea, but you need to keep the guns moving so they don't get glued into place.

    There's also the possibility that the pins have gone loose and you just need to tap them back into place.
     
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    How did I know someone was gonna say that?
     
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    i used one of the really small clear rubber bands that hasbro packages with lots of star wars figures. i wrapped it bw the helmet and the antenna and around the back to the other side. its not noticeable but adds the extra friction to keep the anteena where you want them.
     

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