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Old May 5 2011, 07:13 PM   #1
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DS Enterprise-D help

I just dun goofed

Okay, you know how the E-D toy is supplied with stand hole plugs? Well, I inserted one into the saucer section, and now it is stuck there, forever.

I didn't learn my lesson. I proceeded to put one inside the hole at the bottom of the engineering section, and it is stuck too.

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Old May 7 2011, 11:01 AM   #2
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Re: DS Enterprise-D help

Having trouble sticking things in holes?

Sounds like a Trekkie to me.
Its not easy being green.
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Old May 7 2011, 07:52 PM   #3
Re: DS Enterprise-D help

Sounds like you need to employ a wheel puller. It will damage the plug, but it will get it out.

1rst I would try soaking that part of the toy in hot water to see if it will loosen though.
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