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Got some dinos in today, slightly dissappointed at some paint rubs when the seller they had only been displayed :[ But I guess I can try to touch them up with some paint..
Anyway, transformed Snarl into witch doctor/native American robot mode, and the flowertail weapon can't seem to stay open. I'm afraid if I try much harder I'll break the darn thing. Does anyone know it's secret to prevent it from snapping shut?
For reference, it's the same mold as BWNeo Saberback, BM Striker, and Universe Striker.
If this is in the wrong place I'm sorry I'm still learning sob
I tried doing both, actually. First I used the little red part spine thing to open it, but I couldn't get it into any clicking position. Then I noticed that the three parts can open up further, so I pulled on them a bit to see if they would click, and I get nothing. Then I pulled on them harder, with the same results. I don't want to break something due to ignorance though, so I stopped after that.
I'm gonna mess with it again tonight, since maybe I didn't press the spine far back enough or something.
Motto:"Can't stop, so what! That's how I like it!"
Weapon: Rocket Launcher
I've had the BM Dinobots deco since I was a kid, an I wasn't aware that it could lock... I dot remember mine ever being able to, I'll have to take a look next time I pull it out of...whichever box it's in. XD
Old fasioned games! And new fashioned friends! Come on everybody this is Ta-ble Flip!
JelZe GoldRabbit wrote:What part are you pulling on? You're supposed to pull on the red part that ends up behind the beast modes... "private parts" , until it catches, not on the three tail segments themselves.
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