Burn wrote:You're welcome dicksnot.
It Is Him wrote:Thanks for nothing, jerkwads. Turned out my old Trypticon magically started walking on his own, without any repairs.
MGrotusque wrote:HA! I should just leave this thread as it is cause it's hilarious but i have some experience fartin around with Omega Supreme and Sky lynx.
Did a bunch of gear repair with Omega and it was pretty hair raising but fun. Lots of crap to keep track of that's for sure but i got him working properly. Turns out it was a broken strut that i had to epoxy back together. Epoxy is marvelous at welding plastic back together.
Sky lynx was a bit of a nightmare. Layers of gears, springs and cogs. I couldn't get him to walk. I think i should open him up again and get the soldering gun out. If i recall it was a wiring issue with him.
That's the inside of Sky Lynx. A small portion of it anyways.
I'd open up one of those Trypticons just to have a look, see how it works. Because clearly nobody has any experience with it on here and you could be the first. The resident expert on Trypticon repair.
If he just started to magically walk than it could just be a matter of a corroded lead causing him to work intermittently.
fenrir72 wrote:Burn wrote:You're welcome dicksnot.
I put WD40 on the battery terminals of my G1 OM
alldarker wrote:I once tried to open up a Trypticon junker, due to needing the extending tower that also holds Full Tilt for another, better Trypticon, which unfortunately had a broken Full Tilt peg. I remember trying to open him up was a huge hassle: I even believe parts of him might be glued / plastic-welded shut.