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Contact customer service and try to receive a new motor for free. For BL users, search train motor to buy the used/new motors.


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The axle is misaligned by half a stud, so an obvious approach to this problem is offset your motor by half a stud. The technique of offsetting bricks by half a stud is known as AZMEP (from the german "aus zwei mach eins Plättchen", meaning offset of half a stud), which is a specific case of the SNIR (Studs Not In a Row) technique. As it has been ...


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An alternative is to shift the linear actuator by half a stud using eg. a Technic Bush 1/2 Smooth or Technic, Liftarm Thin 1 x 2 - Axle Holes (or any other thin liftarm) as spacer on both sides to control the horizontal alignment, and use plates to control the vertical alignment.


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You can do this by utilising some Technic pieces - CV or U joints. Each solution requires two of each element. Solution 1 Technic, Universal Joint 3L Solution 2 Technic, Steering CV Joint Axle Technic, Steering CV Joint Solution 3 Technic, Steering CV Joint Axle, Wide Technic, Steering CV Joint, Large Ball


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To solve this, you need jumper plates to line up


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