Repairing the sound on an Awing

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you just wait until the next thrilling instalment!

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Ooooohhh, that sounds interesting! :roll: :lol:
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dont read it then you whinging mick!

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Bollux wrote:you just wait until the next thrilling instalment!

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Cant wait for the Saga to continue. :roll:

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Bollux wrote:you just wait until the next thrilling instalment!

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I've opened the cockpit of a BD Tie to replace the cockpit chair. Be sure to flip it over before you seperate the two halves. Then _carefully_ seperate them. Else the spring mechanism for the wings will go bye bye.

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so make sure that the trigger mechanism is facing down?

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Bollux wrote:so make sure that the trigger mechanism is facing down?
Yes, else it will fall out. Happened to me, but was able to fix it. Took me a long time though.

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The glass and chair are also a bit of a pain to put right again.

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i only need to repair the broken point on the trigger! :twisted:

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Bollux wrote:i only need to repair the broken point on the trigger! :twisted:
I was able to fix my A-Wing thanks to your walkthrough. Mine had the same problem as yours had. Thank you.

Did you fix the DV Tie?

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no worries mate, glad it was useful.

I have just bought some stronger plastic glue that "melts" the two ends together so will try that later on today if I get the chance.

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i see bollux's mend job made it here

http://toyfixer.wordpress.com/

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Bollux is famous!
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