In my experience, this typically means you used the other colored part by accident somewhere else in the model, for example in a place where it is used on its own, and it was difficult to determine the exact color of the piece at that time. This happens a lot with colors like dark bluish gray, light bluish gray and pearl gray. You will need to go back ...
The set is 8364, and you can see it here: http://www.bricklink.com/catalogItem.asp?S=8364-1
The motor is part 5313a: (http://www.bricklink.com/catalogItem.asp?P=5313a)
Unfortunately, they do not seem to be widely available. The current inventory has one guy selling one as-is (untested) for $10 in the US, and one guy selling a working one for $40 in Israel. ...
I found them.
The capes were packaged in a small, unmarked, rectangular, white, cardboard box that was taped shut. Apparently, this little box came with the set, but someone else assumed it was filler trash and put it on our recycling queue.
Considering the capes are the only items out of stock besides the Cave Troll, it is possible others may be simply ...
I contacted LEGO and this was their reply (emphasis mine):
All LEGO® 21303 WALL-E sets produced during or after November 2015 already include the neck stability revision, which includes revised Building Instructions and extra parts. You can tell the production date by checking the manufacturing code which is usually printed in black ink on the clear tape ...
If you have a brand new set, and a few parts are missing, you should definitely contact LEGO Customer Service, so they can send you the parts you are missing.
New sets with missing parts
We’re really sorry to hear that something was missing from your new LEGO® set. We do our best to make every set perfect and we take it very seriously when a faulty one ...
You should get in touch with LEGO Customer Support. I'm sure they will be more than happy to ship you missing sticker sheet.
If you are still looking to purchase the stickers instead, you can do so on Bricklink.
I have not heard of this problem before and I'm a member of several LEGO communities. However it is quite possibe that a batch is missing the parts, or even just your one box. I would suggest that instead of trying to get the replacement parts online, just call customer service and get them that way. Perhaps they are holding back on online stock because they ...
I had the same problem. This is a common fault with these cars. If the car is dropped hard the magnets inside can shatter making the wheel not turn or be crunchy.
There is a solution. You can buy replacement motors on eBay. The original motors are 6mm diameter by 15mm length. I found some 6mm by 12mm length. They just push out of the gearing housing. Solder ...
Xingbao reproduces standard LEGO elements for their models, so it should be much easier to replace the missing parts with LEGO pieces, then trying to contact Xingbao. If you are not familiar with the LEGO equivalent of the missing parts, you can post a picture here, and the community here should be able to identify them for you.
You can purchase them both at Bricklink.com.
Here for ElementID #4499858, and
Here for ElementID #4211805.
Could it be that there're parts missing in a LEGO box?
Yes, it is possible that pieces do end up missing from the time a set leaves the LEGO factory to the time the box ends up in our hands.
Without further information we don't know the exact ...
Silicone does not appear to be safe with ABS plastic
This sounded like a good idea to me since silicone works well in other extreme circumstances like baking, but the quick research I've done says this is not so smart. I found two general references for ABS compatibility:
Plastics International Plastic Compatibility Chart
Kelco's ABS compatiblity chart
The socket joints from around 2008-2010 were poorly designed. They were both too thin and too tight, so cracking was a very common problem.
Because the issue is the shape of the part, super glue doesn't do much. I tested it out on of my broken joints and the parts cracked again the first time I connected it. So don't bother with that.
What may help is ...
Bricklink Wanted List Uploader
It is very simple to upload a parts list to Bricklink. You can directly upload your LDD file through the Bricklink wanted page uploader.
The wanted list uploader supports the these four file types:
LEGO Digital Designer (.lxf)
If the Bricklink uploader doesn't work, ...
These cracks will often get worse over time as the legs are removed and replaced, or simply from normal play. Even if they don't get worse, the legs probably already have low clutch power which may be causing the legs to simply fall off.
Given that LEGO is still producing a Legolas minifig, they will almost certainly be happy to replace that torso for you. ...
Never thought it would happen but out of the 90+ sets I've gotten the past 4 years I've come across my first set ever with missing components. Ordered through TRU.ca so distribution shouldn't have been the problem since it's probably ware house direct. Set was Baxter Robot Rampage (79105) Came sealed/new yet bag 1 was missing all but one mini figure/skate ...
Not exactly drop in replacements, this particular modified plate has no protrusions around the hinge, it's entirely flat.
I see two possible replacements:
44301 and 44302. However they "click" in angles of 22.5 degrees and have protrusions...
60478 in combination with 63868 (clip and bar connection) is freely rotating but ofcourse again protrusions...
There is a great video on YouTube that shows how to repair this.
Basically, there are some surface mount capacitors on the PCB board for the screen/buttons that need a little bit of soldering to make sure they are properly electrically connected.
I have performed this repair myself with success.
This really depends on how much you plan to use LEGO-las. If he's to be used just as a display or collectors item, he should be fine; to ensure safety, super-glue the poor elf's pants to his body.
If you plan to make him hop around and destroy orcs on a regular basis, try super-gluing the cracks from the inside while the pants are removed or it will get ...
I am doing research for this answer from time to time and this answer is going to be updated as I learn new things. Feel free to suggest edits or post your own answer if you have better information.
There are five problems that need to be solved when looking for a replacement rubber band:
This is probably the easiest. ...
This part is 6047220: Plate W. Bow 2X2X2/3. You can get it from Bricklink, but first try the official LEGO replacement parts service. They will most probably send you a free replacement part and with your report you are contributing to the quality assurance project of LEGO, helping them avoid such cases in the future.
P.S. Still before, check the box, the ...
Could it be that there're parts missing in a LEGO box?
Rin Rio-Oki has pointed you to the place where you can definitely get replacement parts, but to answer your first question, yes, it is indeed possible, though the chances for it are negligible. In any case, you should let LEGO know about it via their official support channels (even if you are planning ...
Super-glue? Nope, no super-gluing if LEGO has anything to say about it.
This is probably a duplicate question, but if you contact LEGO directly, they will replace the part for free. Follow this older post for details.
Given that this is from a new set that is currently in production, you should contact LEGO customer service and they'll probably send you a replacement torso at no charge. LEGO has a pretty simple site to handle this:
You just have to enter your age and the issue that you are having, then you enter ...