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Topic # 179393 7-Sep-2015 08:47
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Got a Lego WallE set for Fathers Day, finished it yesterday (was given it on Thursday - kid let the robot out of the box)

http://1drv.ms/1JMTEus

Appears a lot of people are missing certain pieces and extras of others...... I had a few left over bits, but didnt have any missing - just a single piece thats the wrong color. Will be contacting Lego to get right one sent out......

Be cool if they released a whole set with characters such as EVA and BurnE :)

Yes, I like WallE....





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  Reply # 1380912 7-Sep-2015 09:04
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Missing pieces are exceedingly rare in my experience (my son gets a lot of Lego).

Extra pieces are there in every set - I assume it isn't worth the extra billion dollars to get 100% accuracy.

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  Reply # 1380932 7-Sep-2015 09:53
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Yes indeed how odd! Have never had a missing piece, I'm amazed how accurately it's done.

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  Reply # 1380945 7-Sep-2015 10:08
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I got one day of release it is awesome, but there is an issue(which is common and I also have this issue) with the neck not having enough friction and the head swivelling backwards when the head is tilted backwards.
Never had a missing part though. Thought I did once but it had just rolled off the table.




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  Reply # 1380947 7-Sep-2015 10:13
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Wall-E looks awesome.

I, too, have never had a Lego set missing pieces. Almost always a few extras of some minor pieces, though.




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  Reply # 1380961 7-Sep-2015 10:24
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geocom:
Never had a missing part though. Thought I did once but it had just rolled off the table.


Yep - I learnt a while ago that I am far more likely to fail than their quality control system.

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  Reply # 1381090 7-Sep-2015 13:12
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Brought the set as soon as my local Toyworld got it in.
Love the set - no missing or incorrect parts here.

While the neck does swing freely, it doesn't while on display and if it really got annoying I could figure out (or look up) a custom design.'

If only it transformed into a cube as well

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  Reply # 1381111 7-Sep-2015 13:29
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Nice fathers day gift! I adore this set, must track one down for myself...




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  Reply # 1381128 7-Sep-2015 13:53
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Neat. Cool present!

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  Reply # 1381130 7-Sep-2015 13:56
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NZtechfreak: Nice fathers day gift! I adore this set, must track one down for myself...


Good luck, been selling fast....  was lucky getting one, wife has a contact at a Toyworld store - they had 10 shipped to their store, within 24hrs 8 had gone.






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  Reply # 1381192 7-Sep-2015 15:01
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xpd: 

Be cool if they released a whole set with characters such as EVA and BurnE :)

Yes, I like WallE....



You mean like these? 





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  Reply # 1381233 7-Sep-2015 15:53
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It was a good build, very happy on how it looks

Good value for $110

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  Reply # 1381246 7-Sep-2015 16:10
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xpd:
NZtechfreak: Nice fathers day gift! I adore this set, must track one down for myself...


Good luck, been selling fast....  was lucky getting one, wife has a contact at a Toyworld store - they had 10 shipped to their store, within 24hrs 8 had gone.




Lego NZ have them for sale online, no problem there :)




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  Reply # 1381319 7-Sep-2015 19:30
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I submitted a missing brick request(not missing any though) a few days ago for my kit for the lose head. The request was just approved.

I requested parts 4210751 & 4522784. They are sending these parts along with 2x 4211695 and 2x 4265484

Will report back when I get the parts if it fixes the issue.




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