Transformers Workshop (Maintenance & Repair)

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Re: Transformers Workshop (Maintenance & Repair)

Postby Zeedust » Wed Feb 14, 2018 10:52 pm

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Re: Transformers Workshop (Maintenance & Repair)

Postby Acesmcgee » Tue Feb 20, 2018 8:36 pm

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how stripped? Sometimes, if the screw is large enough too, you can stick something like a rubber band against the head and then then the screw driver to it and unscrew it that way. Kind of like the potato to a broken bulb thing.
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Re: Transformers Workshop (Maintenance & Repair)

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Re: Transformers Workshop (Maintenance & Repair)

Postby TF-fan kev777 » Sat Jun 02, 2018 11:28 pm

Does anyone, especially maybe one of the customizers out there, possibly have an extra wheel from the Rook/Swindle/Hound molds? One of the middle wheels of my Impactor popped off and got crushed. Definitely beyond repair. Any of the wheels from the legs of the Rook or Hound/Swindle molds should work and I can silver sharpie the hubcap. I'd have no problem buying a broken figure if that would be easier.

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Re: Transformers Workshop (Maintenance & Repair)

Postby nycPrime » Thu Nov 15, 2018 9:01 pm

Sorry not exactly Transformers, but have a toy repair question. My SOC Megazord had a slight fall and the 2 front pieces of the battle mask part came off. Looks like each piece tabs in to another plastic piece and came off as a result of the fall. One side (left in the photo) snaps back in ok while the right side very barely stay on. The slightest pressure and it comes off. I'm thinking of using some glue to secure it in place as I don't see any point in ever having to take those pieces off. Is that a good idea or is there a better product to do the job? Any advice is greatly appreciated.
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Re: Transformers Workshop (Maintenance & Repair)

Postby ZeldaTheSwordsman » Sun Nov 18, 2018 2:54 pm

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Weapon: Galaxial Rocket Launcher
Anyone willing to take apart the head and cockpit section of HFTD Leader-class Starscream to show me how they're supposed to go back together?
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There are 3 LEDs and a button to go back in. But I can only clearly determine spots for 2 LEDs, and it's not certain which two. Do the button and one LED go in the head?
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Re: Transformers Workshop (Maintenance & Repair)

Postby kugutsumin » Sat Jan 19, 2019 1:04 pm

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What's the way you guys usually clean off caked on battery acid? The pic is of a 2003 energon Optimus. Any advice appreciated.
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Re: Transformers Workshop (Maintenance & Repair)

Postby Cobotron » Sat Jan 19, 2019 3:43 pm

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I have had success with other toys using a small metal brush and some steel wool to nock the corrosion loose.
Definitely don't use anything wet. Even a tooth pick, or a hobby knife just to scrape the crud off.

Most important is to clean the leads (parts that make contact with the battery) as best you can so the electrolysis doesn't create more corrosion.
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Re: Transformers Workshop (Maintenance & Repair)

Postby kugutsumin » Sat Jan 19, 2019 6:37 pm

The thing is, it's tough to get down in there behind the springs, and I think the metal brush would scratch up the plastic.
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Re: Transformers Workshop (Maintenance & Repair)

Postby JelZe GoldRabbit » Mon Jan 21, 2019 10:52 am

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Weapon: Dual Bladed Sword
Well, the first post advised against anything wet, or at the very least anything that could cause further corrosion or short-outs like water, but...

As a somewhat last resort, try table vinegar. That will dissolve and loosen some of the caked on gunk for easier removal. Don't pour it straight on there, use a brush (like an old soft toothbrush) to apply it. Wait for the hissing to stop, remove what you can, lather rinse repeat. I used that technique on an old alarm clock and got it back to work.

Be sure to air out the toy when you're done ;)
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Re: Transformers Workshop (Maintenance & Repair)

Postby kugutsumin » Mon Jan 21, 2019 7:48 pm

Yeah the vinegar seems to be the best bet. Apparently if it's alkaline batteries you're supposed to use a water and baking soda solution, that just makes a big mess and leaves powder streaks all over the place.
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Re: Transformers Workshop (Maintenance & Repair)

Postby ZeldaTheSwordsman » Mon Jan 21, 2019 10:17 pm

Motto: "It's unnerving and insulting when people in a toy-based fandom, whatever it is, make statements to the effect that general consumers and fans of lesser financial means should be deprived entirely of the ability to partake of the primary market."
Weapon: Galaxial Rocket Launcher
It may be wet, but a baking soda solution is good for cleaning off battery acid. Do make sure to wipe the parts dry after!
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Re: Transformers Workshop (Maintenance & Repair)

Postby Agamemnon » Tue Jan 22, 2019 7:51 am

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Alkaline is actually a base (or forms one when mixed with water, technically speaking). So, using baking soda with alkaline residue will likely have minimal chemical effect. I suspect it more has to do with baking soda being a fine grained scrubbing solution, sort of like a pumice stone or steel wool. But, baking soda is much less abrasive and will likely damage the plastic much, much less than using something like a steel brush.

Now, acid based batteries (like that which is in your car) will chemically react to baking soda solutions. I'm pretty sure that is why I have seen that recommendation when cleaning car battery leads.

But, for this, the vinegar solution makes a lot of sense. The acid in vinegar should react with the alkaline to help remove the residue. And vinegar is a weak enough acid that there should be little to no risk to the plastic or metal leads.

Let us know how it goes.

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Re: Transformers Workshop (Maintenance & Repair)

Postby JelZe GoldRabbit » Thu Jan 24, 2019 1:31 pm

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Nice that you're all supporting my suggestion guys... kinda making me blush :oops:

Not gonna take all the credit, I got the original idea from another member who owns a Cybertron Metroplex whose batteries exploded inside the weapon. Not a pretty sight. I don't remember who it was, but it should still be on the boards.

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Re: Transformers Workshop (Maintenance & Repair)

Postby ZeldaTheSwordsman » Fri Aug 30, 2019 11:48 am

Motto: "It's unnerving and insulting when people in a toy-based fandom, whatever it is, make statements to the effect that general consumers and fans of lesser financial means should be deprived entirely of the ability to partake of the primary market."
Weapon: Galaxial Rocket Launcher
Word of advice for those of you with Battle Blade Bumblebee: Shave down the inside of his inner chest panel (the one with the Autobot symbol). HasTak failed to make the central channel deep enough to clear Bee's headcrest properly, so it has a tendency to snag on his panel during transformation. This can pull the head off the ball, or even snap his neck. So shave or file down the back of that panel, or at least deepen the central channel so that it works properly.

If your Bee has already fallen victim to this, use a pushpin to drill a hole in the balljoint's stem, and a matching hole in the base of the neck. Then insert a wire reinforcing rod and Krazy Glue them back together
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Re: Transformers Workshop (Maintenance & Repair)

Postby JelZe GoldRabbit » Fri Aug 30, 2019 2:13 pm

Motto: "The only good is knowledge, and the only evil is ignorance."
Weapon: Dual Bladed Sword
ZeldaTheSwordsman wrote:Word of advice for those of you with Battle Blade Bumblebee: Shave down the inside of his inner chest panel (the one with the Autobot symbol). HasTak failed to make the central channel deep enough to clear Bee's headcrest properly, so it has a tendency to snag on his panel during transformation. This can pull the head off the ball, or even snap his neck. So shave or file down the back of that panel, or at least deepen the central channel so that it works properly.

If your Bee has already fallen victim to this, use a pushpin to drill a hole in the balljoint's stem, and a matching hole in the base of the neck. Then insert a wire reinforcing rod and Krazy Glue them back together


O I hear you, I'm very aware of that problem as owner of that mold (I think I took him with me? Gotta check, though all Bumblebee toys look alike in vehicle mode! Gah! :BANG_HEAD: ). Haven't that problems with snagging and snapping, probably because I move the head up ever so slightly so it clears the narrow point. Whatever you do, do NOT force the hood down if caught!
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Re: Transformers Workshop (Maintenance & Repair)

Postby ZeldaTheSwordsman » Fri Aug 30, 2019 6:33 pm

Motto: "It's unnerving and insulting when people in a toy-based fandom, whatever it is, make statements to the effect that general consumers and fans of lesser financial means should be deprived entirely of the ability to partake of the primary market."
Weapon: Galaxial Rocket Launcher
JelZe GoldRabbit wrote:
ZeldaTheSwordsman wrote:Word of advice for those of you with Battle Blade Bumblebee: Shave down the inside of his inner chest panel (the one with the Autobot symbol). HasTak failed to make the central channel deep enough to clear Bee's headcrest properly, so it has a tendency to snag on his panel during transformation. This can pull the head off the ball, or even snap his neck. So shave or file down the back of that panel, or at least deepen the central channel so that it works properly.

If your Bee has already fallen victim to this, use a pushpin to drill a hole in the balljoint's stem, and a matching hole in the base of the neck. Then insert a wire reinforcing rod and Krazy Glue them back together


O I hear you, I'm very aware of that problem as owner of that mold (I think I took him with me? Gotta check, though all Bumblebee toys look alike in vehicle mode! Gah! :BANG_HEAD: ). Haven't that problems with snagging and snapping, probably because I move the head up ever so slightly so it clears the narrow point. Whatever you do, do NOT force the hood down if caught!

I had my Battle Blade Bumblebee's neck snap this morning.. I wiggled things wrong..
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Re: Transformers Workshop (Maintenance & Repair)

Postby Decepticon Stryker » Thu Sep 05, 2019 12:54 pm

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Just got CW Offroad second hand as part of a lot, and his combiner peg is broken. The smaller square isn't connected. Any ideas on if this can be fixed?

(Figure hasn't arrived yet, I just want to know if theres any thing I can do beforehand)

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Re: Transformers Workshop (Maintenance & Repair)

Postby ZeldaTheSwordsman » Sun Sep 08, 2019 2:38 pm

Motto: "It's unnerving and insulting when people in a toy-based fandom, whatever it is, make statements to the effect that general consumers and fans of lesser financial means should be deprived entirely of the ability to partake of the primary market."
Weapon: Galaxial Rocket Launcher
It should be fixable, but I can't prescribe an exact fix just from that pic.
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Re: Transformers Workshop (Maintenance & Repair)

Postby Decepticon Stryker » Thu Sep 12, 2019 1:15 pm

Motto: "Peace through Tyranny, Tyranny through Strength, Strength through Stealth"
Weapon: Null-Ray Rifle
Hoo boy, Offroad arrived yesterday and it definitely isn't a simple fix. The middle part that connects the two main pieces of the combiner peg is sheared off. Offroad might be doomed to never be part of a combiner. Any ideas for a replacement?
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Re: Transformers Workshop (Maintenance & Repair)

Postby ZeldaTheSwordsman » Fri Sep 13, 2019 1:13 am

Motto: "It's unnerving and insulting when people in a toy-based fandom, whatever it is, make statements to the effect that general consumers and fans of lesser financial means should be deprived entirely of the ability to partake of the primary market."
Weapon: Galaxial Rocket Launcher
Decepticon Stryker wrote:Hoo boy, Offroad arrived yesterday and it definitely isn't a simple fix. The middle part that connects the two main pieces of the combiner peg is sheared off. Offroad might be doomed to never be part of a combiner. Any ideas for a replacement?

Maybe, if you would be so kinda as to provide photos.
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Re: Transformers Workshop (Maintenance & Repair)

Postby Rogue-Primal » Sun Sep 15, 2019 1:11 pm

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I think there is a small problem with my Power Of the Primes Skullgrin. His weapon is claw is showing signs of wear and friction already or could it be close to breaking? His hands are fine but the weapon is a narrow fit
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Re: Transformers Workshop (Maintenance & Repair)

Postby JelZe GoldRabbit » Sun Sep 15, 2019 1:31 pm

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Weapon: Dual Bladed Sword
Rogue-Primal wrote:I think there is a small problem with my Power Of the Primes Skullgrin. His weapon is claw is showing signs of wear and friction already or could it be close to breaking? His hands are fine but the weapon is a narrow fit


I've looked at my Skullgrin and Bomb-Burst weapons, and I think it's nothing more than a slight stress mark, especially if the peg is still completely straight. Do keep in mind that the peg has two thicknesses, and the mark is on the thicker area where the fit may be tighter. Next time you push it into the hand, stop as soon as you feel the fit tighten.
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