Help on replacing pegs
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Help on replacing pegs

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I just tried to replace my moon knight's elbow joint, and I first experimented with a cyclops, I removed the peg, but now I can't get it back in.

I also stabbed myself in the process.

any help would be appreciated.

Posted by argel319
on Saturday, August 4, 2007
User Comments
argel319 -
Sunday, August 5, 2007
Yeah, my dad bought me the hair dryer, but my mom says it's too much electricity.
So, I had to deal with boiling hot water, and I learned something again!
Don't stick your wounded finger into boiling hot water.
Henchmen4Hire -
Sunday, August 5, 2007
Mukami's way is easiest, just heat the area so the plastic gets flexible and it should be easy to work with.
argel319 -
Sunday, August 5, 2007
Never Mind.

I figured out how to work the damn thing and I replaced my Moon Knight's elbow.
In the process, I also found out that Hasbro SM3 Stuff is actually capable of doing something.
I used Venom's elbow to replace Wolverine's and now a crappy figure is just fodder!
I win in all sorts of ways!
mukami -
Saturday, August 4, 2007
If you're talking about the little pegs at the elbow/knee joints:
1. Take a hairdryer and heat the upper arm part (usually 30-60 seconds)
2. Place the peg in one side of the upper arm.
3. Side the lower arm onto the peg.
4. Get a small flat screwdriver and push (not force) the peg into the last peg hole.
5. You may have to try this multiple times, but it's always worked for me.

Edit: Try not to pull or stretch the peg holes, that will loosen the joint.
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