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LEGO Customer Service will be probably be happy to help you out. They've been happy to replace missing or broken parts for me in the past. They have an online service for requesting replacement parts here: https://service.lego.com/replacementparts I don't think sticker sheets are listed in the inventories on that page though, so you'll have to add it ...


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Oh, those look sad! Stickers with white designs on them are notorious for peeling/cracking. I have found that the best way to protect stickers like these is to apply a thin layer of clearcoat to them while they are still new. Wait until the clearcoat dries, then apply the sticker to the LEGO set. You can use pretty much any acrylic clearcoat, medium or ...


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Since the set is still being produced, you can call Lego Customer Service at 1-800-835-4386, and they will most likely be able to help you. Failing that, the BrickLink website is a popular place to buy replacement parts. Here's the link for the sticker sheet: http://www.bricklink.com/search.asp?itemID=102237 It looks like there are a handful of sellers in ...


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Unfortunately older stickers are difficult to remove and reapply because the sticky part of the paper tend to rip off and leave a residue on the LEGO element itself. But the fact of the matter is that applying that taking off and re-applying even a new sticker is a challenge and it will almost always be visibly damaged at least a little bit. Your best bet ...


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You occasionally get "extra" stickers, especially in the Police sub-theme of City, where the sheets have both "Police" and "Polizei" variations: Police Plane Sticker Sheet on Peeron



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