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What set(s) do these pieces belong to?
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Most of this looks like it's part of the Mars Mission range - however, none of those sets contain the 2 flames, and the Minifig has both wrong colour torso (grey, instead of white), and the wrong type ...

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What set do these pieces belong to?
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Having checked various different parts (including severely underestimating how widespread Trans-Light Blue Brick, Round 2 x 2 with Axle Hole is) I believe that this may be LEGO Friends: Pop Star Show ...

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Help identifying Lego bricks from a picture for a Geocache
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The flat plate with hooks, on the left of the image, appears to be Tile, Modified, 3 x 2 with 2 Open O clips Without an image from another angle, it is hard to tell what the connection on the other ...

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Is this part of a set?
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The 'Red Slope, Curved 4 x 2 with White and Yellow Flames Pattern Model' part (right side of the picture, on the roof) comes in 2 variants: Left and Right. However, both of these parts only exist in ...

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Duplo block with facecloth or towel on
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I have gone through 32 pages of 1x2x2 bricks, and there do not appear to be any towel bricks. (There are, however alternate soaps) The only sets that I can find with towels all use cloth ones

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Which Harry Potter sets are these?
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On the left of the image, you have 4730-1 The Chamber of Secrets, and on the right of the image you have 4709-1 Hogwarts Castle The Chamber of Secrets came with Minifigs of Harry Potter, Ron Weasley, ...

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Identify wall piece with jungle or Meso-American print?
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This is LegoBrick 1 x 2 x 5 with Jungle Pattern, which appeared in 2 sets from 1999: 5986-1 Amazon Ancient Ruins and 5936-1 LegoSpider's Secret / Señor Gomez's Expedition (I first searched BrickLink ...

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Can't figure out what set these marvel-related bags belong to
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A distinctive items in Bag 1, Trans-Light Blue -Dish 6 x 6 Inverted (Radar) Webbed Type 2, exists in 15 sets. 2 of these contain Iron Man Of these Set 76125-1: Iron Man Hall of Armor also contains ...

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How to create log cabin notched corners?
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I may be misreading the question, but to answer what I think you're asking: They have used Tile, Round 2 x 2 with Bottom Stud Holder with Tree Stump / Wood Grain Pattern, which has a printed pattern ...

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Identifying some hair, a green "gem", and white minifigures accessory
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The bottom piece seems to be Kre-O — this is a LEGO-like product produced by Hasbro, which includes a number of sets based on the Transformers franchise (which Hasbro also own). This piece can be seen ...

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Ridable Winged Horse
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The Black Horse, Skeletal with White Eyes Pattern (Thestral) from the Harry Potter / Fantastic Beasts set "Grindelwald's Escape" has a "saddle" section which is 2x2, instead of 1x2. This would allow ...

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How does the 8365 Tuneable Racer work?
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I do not own this item, but observing the pictures leads to a logical inference. The pins are in different locations. If you look at parts, you will see that they are 5 pins wide. One part has pins ...

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Do all the 'balls' fit in the bowls?
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Only for a given value of "fit". Both of these pieces are part of set 70156-1, Legends of Chima "Fire vs. Ice". On the front of the box, you can clearly see the blue ball 'sitting in' or resting on ...

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Does each LEGO set include a unique piece?
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Flicking through Sets on BrickLink, sorted by number of parts (and ignoring small-scale items such as "Advent Calendar" models), I identified the 61-part set 4736-1 "Freeing Dobby" from 2010, which ...

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In LEGO: How to build a revolving magazine rack for 2x3 tiles?
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Perhaps try 4 copies of Plate, Modified 1 x 2 with Bar Handle on Side with Free Ends, for the "base" of each level, with Flag 2 x 2 Square as the "rack"?, and 2x2 bricks (square or ...

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