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1x2 smooth tile with red 82 and yellow and white gauges pattern

I've inherited some LEGO and strangely it has 28 pieces of the above tile. Is there a set that uses a lot of these tiles?

I can't seem to find anything with more than 1 or 2 of them used.

  • The link you provided would be enough for me to consider it an authoritative answer. They could have bought them from the wall of random bricks from a LEGO store or gotten a batch from BrickLink or a vendor at a LEGO convention. – chicks Nov 3 '17 at 21:30
  • Not sure how I managed to add that link - I thought I'd just copied the description that was with the picture I found on the net! – David C Nov 3 '17 at 21:41
  • I will wade through the list that the link provided, the lot I have seems to be lots of bits of incomplete sets so I'm trying to unravel each mystery. I'm inclined to think the 28 pieces are part of a set, as most of the other bits seem to form sets. But you could be right, might be a random lot. I just hoped someone would recognise such a large number of those pieces as conspicuously part of a certain set. Thanks for your comments anyway – David C Nov 3 '17 at 21:45
  • @David C; I have edited your question and added the link – Syberion Nov 4 '17 at 10:40
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No. :)

I checked several "gauges pattern" tiles. There is no set with more than 3 of them.

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