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A 1x1 tile stuck inside the bottom of a 2x4 brick is very difficult to get out. No Brick Separator will help you there.


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There are some BrickLink stores that operate in South Africa. You should be able to get from them whatever you need. Here is the list of stores: http://www.bricklink.com/browseStores.asp?countryID=ZA


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Generally, early Bionicle body bricks can encounter issues with this, due to their bulky, specially-designed nature. For instance, the Toa Mata body gearbox has a particular danger area inside it. If one places the #2 axle connector hub horizontally inside the neck area and sticks a 2-long axle in either side, the result is completely irreversible. This is ...


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Another inseparable part is the if you put enough of them together side by side many times


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I'd say a 4265a on a 3649 are among the hardest to separate. But a 3647 is more painful due to the teeth http://rebrickable.com/parts/3749 http://rebrickable.com/parts/4265a http://rebrickable.com/parts/3647


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A 1x1 round plate on the bottom of a 1x1 square plate is pretty difficult to get apart. The Santa's Workshop set uses transparent 1x1 round plates stuck until 1x1 plates with a clip on top to make Christmas lights. I just left the whole thing assembled; I'll probably never bother taking that apart. Also: if you stick some brand-new 4x4 plates together it ...


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The Brick Separator can be employed successfully in a majority of cases where bricks are stuck together. The hardest thing to remove I believe is Technic pins 4459 wherever used. See separate question.


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I use them to get stubborn batteries out of remotes, to open stiff ports on device cases, and to get under tabs on soda cans....I want one on a keychain!


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This question is amazing and well-thought-out, but it also made me laugh. Building a LEGO floor? The problems with the structural integrity of any floor are simple, as follows: The integrity of the walls above; how well they "grip" the floor. The integrity, if applicable, of the walls below, how well they hold the floor up. The integrity, or more ...



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