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I just got two new 8885 remotes. Neither was working. Turns out in my case the plus terminals and the plus side of the batteries were not touching due to the terminals being kept too far away by the plastic housing. I bend the terminals a little by inserting a small screw driver behind them and now it works as a charm. Better to take batteries out when ...


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There are a number of brick-intensive approaches to this. Here's a few: This flickr user (Andrew) has an example, but the "how to" image on the next slide is hard to figure out: https://www.flickr.com/photos/8215600@N03/5223554342/in/photostream/ This is one for a roof, but the same technique could be used for a wall: https://flic.kr/p/a3PcXk Also, I ...


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One option would be to use the relatively new bricks with masonry profile: If you aren't aware, the reverse side of these bricks includes the horizontal lines but leaves out the vertical ones. This allows you to create something like this: This solutions provides the advantage of less dense horizontal lines, but being that this is a newer part, it also ...


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I'm assuming that you are referring to this door: These doors are designed for the hinge to attach from the back of the door and not the side, which might be what is tripping you up. There are ways to get these to line up with the hinge on the side, but the easiest fix is to just have them hinge from the back. This part is used in many sets including ...



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