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I know that pain.
Could you perhaps use a slightly longer piece to keep it from being stuck forever?
Who thought that was a good Idea?
Wow...I never thought I could be so frustrated just looking at an instruction booklet.
HOW AM I GOING TO GET IT OUT OF THERE? AUGH SOMEONE GET IT OUT!
NO THIS IS UNACCEPTABLESOMEONE FIRE THAT DESIGNER RIGHT NOW
Trust me, this situation isn't much better with a 3- or 4-axle.
But this? Augh.
This hurt my soul
I imagine these instructions are what Lego fans envision when they picture the 9th level of Lego Hades.
Great. Now I'm gonna have nightmares.
I just.... I mean, I know there's a slit in the side of that Bohrok neck piece that allows for a small knife blade to hit the ridges of the axle and slide it out (been there, done that), but still. This is... miserable.
NOPE. NOPE. NOPE.
The horror! The horror!
Seriously... how does that get past the design page? Does this set designer not know that the purpose of LEGO is that it can be taken apart and rebuilt?
Each thumbnail links to the topic.
But they're all broken!
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