Ryan H.
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Did LEGO ever make bricks without the LEGO logo?
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Yes and no. If you found normal basic bricks without the LEGO logo, then they are definitely not Lego. However, some parts are too small to have the logo. Things like utensils from the Friends theme, ...

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What LEGO brick is available in the most colors?
5 votes

BrickLink's statistics in Aziraphale's answer give a good answer if you're only asking about parts that were commercially available in sets. But Lego has made a 2x2 tile in every single color, for ...

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Why do LEGO sets have a minium age rating?
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With children 3 and under, small parts may be a choking hazard. The sets that Lego markets to the parents of small children contain larger pieces that are easier to handle and harder to swallow (i.e. ...

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When was the pink brick released?
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Paradisa Pink (17 Rose) was the first in 1991. BUT, Lego used Medium Dark Pink (16 Pink) in Modulex parts as early as 1983! There is also 9 Light Reddish Violet, which replaced 17 Rose in 1994, ...

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Assorted LEGO and BIONICLE set numbers
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1: 8939 2: 7622 3: 5974 4: 7672 5: 8117 6: 8942 7: Definitely not LEGO... not sure what it is. 8: 8016 9: 10134 (NICE!!!) 10: 7262, maybe? 11: 8036 and 7673 12: 7659 13: 8697 14: Possibly ...

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Is there a LEGO podcast?
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Beyond The Brick was a podcast that featured interviews with AFOLs and reports on Lego-related news. Although they have since moved to a video format on YouTube, their current interview content is ...

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Having trouble pushing 6.6L bar into pin connectors
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The 2L pin normally fits a bar easily. But, there are older versions that have thicker sides (you can tell by the lip on the ends); you might check to see that yours are all the newer kind. 3L ...

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