Doomseeker wrote:Hi Mate,
To be honest it would be easier to buy a beater B-Wing and replace the part. However there is a technique that you can use.
I wouldn't use glue, there is a chance you will jam the whole thing up and it wont spin.
Can you remove the broken off part in picture 1 ?
If so, remove it and use a craft wood burning tool (a bit like a soldering iron) and melt the plastic back together. Have done this before on a broken M.A.S.K toy with brilliant results
Doomseeker wrote:I'd contact the seller and see if they can do you a bulk deal for the two lots as those are the bits you need, however you might be better off buying a whole B wing from somewhere closer to home as shipping might be a killer on those items. Remember to ask the seller if there is any damage to them!
chazb73 wrote:Pomse2001 wrote:I still do not know how to remove the part, but Andy (spoons) have offered me a B-Wing that I can take the parts from
A result Lars - I'm sorry our postage mission went a bit sour!
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