Universe Inferno problem..

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  1. Seeker24

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    I just got inferno and he is bad ass!! but the spring that pops his head up is kinda exposed and his head is really loose...

    the part that looks like a hook is exposed... is this common or am i just being paranoid?? Thanks for the help.
     

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    I don't own the figure, but going off of that picture of him, it looks as though it's supposed to be like that. As long as it continues to work I don't think there should be anything wrong with it the way it is.
     
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    the head really wobbles... even from the front u can see it... i dunno just doesnt look right.
     

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    Ur not paranoid. It rigged to splode. Flush it and runn!
     
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    One of the folding panels of my Inferno cracked when I folded it.
     
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    Mine doesn't look like that.
     
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    Just checked mine, and yes it's in the correct spot. The hook is just curled out so it look strange. I dunno how to explain the looseness of the head, but it definitely aint spring position.

    This is how the spring end should look.

    Inferno - Classics Universe Toy Gallery - Photo #70
     
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    hmmm.. so maybe i should try pushing it in?? im just scared of pushing too hard. i dont wanna break it.
     
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    The spring is made of metal. As long as you don't work to break it off, it should reposition fine. Give it a try and see if you can reorient it so it's like the pic I posted. I would advise using tweezers or a pair of needle nose pliers.

    One more thing are you pushing the back panel up all the way to help lock the head panel into place?

    http://www.seibertron.com/transformers/toys/classics/inferno/1608/1/62/

    This is how his back should look and that should lok the head panel in place.
     
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    yeah that panel is in its place.. im gonna try the spring. thanks for the help.
     
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    welll i tried some tweezers and i cant move the spring... once again im stuck.
     
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    So what exactly is wobbly the red panel the head is attached to or the head itself.

    Also if tweezers didn't work try needle nose pliers.
     

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