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They are not designed to be removed and doing so can make it hard to replace. It is not a very good idea to remove Lego arms except on the minifigures listed above.


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Depends on how deep the bite-marks are. For a thin mark, TheBrickBlogger's answer with the sandpaper of kitchen knife should do the trick. For something deeper, heat up a tool of some sort, something with a non-conductive handle, and melt it a little into itself.


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There is a plastic casing on the back of the cover held together with a piece of tape. Cut/break the tape, and then use a fingernail or other thin option to pull apart the two plastic pieces from each other. This opens a small door of sorts, from which you can take out the figure.


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You simply open the front cover and you can take out the minifigs from the back. It won't damage the book at all.



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