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 Author: Acorn04 View Messages Posted By Acorn04
 Posted: Jan 23, 2019 10:49
 Subject: Error BrickStock SW minifig part #s with "0"
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I see that the part #'s for SW minifigs has changed to have an extra 0 in
the part #. After this change I am not able to locate the part using BrickStock.
All sw minifig will need to entered manually. I downloaded the DB and that
did not resolve the issue. You can still find the minifig with the old part
# in BrickStock. However you cannot check prices with BL.

Please help,
Chris
Great Brick Lab
 Author: BasKrie View Messages Posted By BasKrie
 Posted: Jan 23, 2019 10:04
 Subject: Re: Easy search for part(s) in all orders?
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On the orders placed page, click on 'Find Orders' in the top right corner.
This will bring you to a page from which you can search through your placed orders.
Not only item numbers, but with colors and condition (new/used) as well.
 Author: kintyre2001 View Messages Posted By kintyre2001
 Posted: Jan 23, 2019 09:48
 Subject: Re: Seller?
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In Help, BrickDangerGER writes:
  In Help, kintyre2001 writes:
  Hallo zusammen, kann man nur Seller werden wenn man schon mal etwas gekauft hat?
Oder wie kann man ein positives Feedback bekommen? Ich würde gerne meine Lego-Sammlung
verkaufen. Dank und Gruß, Frank

Deutsche Frage solltest Du eher in das deutsche Unterforum stellen glaub ich
- aber man hat es ja gefunden.

Zu Deiner Frage:

Ja, du musst schon einmal etwas gekauft haben und aus dieser Aktion auch eine
entsprechende Bewertung bekommen haben.

Weiterführend kommen aber auch noch einige weitere Dinge auf Dich zu. Zum Beispiel
ein Foto deines "Shops" - Sprich Sortierkisten mit Lego etc. Dann musst Du deine
Adresse nachweisen (geht auf diverse Wege) usw. Insgesamt solltest Du aufmerksam
lesen was auf Dich zu kommt. Auch ist einiges an Einrichtung nötig. Englisch
verstehen ist sehr von Vorteil. Ich für mich denke der Aufwand der hinter dem
Ganzen steht rentiert nur wenn Du richtig viel zu verkaufen hast und mit den
Sachen auch schon gut organisiert bist.

Ich verkaufe hier tatsächlich privat einen Teil meiner Steinesammlung - aber
das war vorher auch schon organisiert wie in einem Shop daher hat sich der Aufwand
in Grenzen gehalten (Wobei es trotzdem nicht wenig arbeit war / ist).

Am Ende sollte man den Shop auch als eine Art Hobby sehen - zumal Du nie alles
verkauft bekommen wirst.

Vielen Dank für deine ausführlichen Infos!
 Author: BrickDangerGER View Messages Posted By BrickDangerGER
 Posted: Jan 23, 2019 09:44
 Subject: Re: Seller?
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In Help, kintyre2001 writes:
  Hallo zusammen, kann man nur Seller werden wenn man schon mal etwas gekauft hat?
Oder wie kann man ein positives Feedback bekommen? Ich würde gerne meine Lego-Sammlung
verkaufen. Dank und Gruß, Frank

Deutsche Frage solltest Du eher in das deutsche Unterforum stellen glaub ich
- aber man hat es ja gefunden.

Zu Deiner Frage:

Ja, du musst schon einmal etwas gekauft haben und aus dieser Aktion auch eine
entsprechende Bewertung bekommen haben.

Weiterführend kommen aber auch noch einige weitere Dinge auf Dich zu. Zum Beispiel
ein Foto deines "Shops" - Sprich Sortierkisten mit Lego etc. Dann musst Du deine
Adresse nachweisen (geht auf diverse Wege) usw. Insgesamt solltest Du aufmerksam
lesen was auf Dich zu kommt. Auch ist einiges an Einrichtung nötig. Englisch
verstehen ist sehr von Vorteil. Ich für mich denke der Aufwand der hinter dem
Ganzen steht rentiert nur wenn Du richtig viel zu verkaufen hast und mit den
Sachen auch schon gut organisiert bist.

Ich verkaufe hier tatsächlich privat einen Teil meiner Steinesammlung - aber
das war vorher auch schon organisiert wie in einem Shop daher hat sich der Aufwand
in Grenzen gehalten (Wobei es trotzdem nicht wenig arbeit war / ist).

Am Ende sollte man den Shop auch als eine Art Hobby sehen - zumal Du nie alles
verkauft bekommen wirst.
 Author: yorbrick View Messages Posted By yorbrick
 Posted: Jan 23, 2019 09:42
 Subject: Re: Easy search for part(s) in all orders?
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In Help, iprice writes:
  Is it possible to find a particular piece amongst all my orders in the "Orders
Placed" section without looking through every order? Eg If I've ordered 2x4
plates (3020) is their a search function bring up any 2x4 plates I've ordered
from any seller(s)? If so, how do I access that info?

Thanks in advance.

I normally search through the order emails, it is easier! Note that they don't
have part numbers, so you have to rely on the names.
 Author: iprice View Messages Posted By iprice
 Posted: Jan 23, 2019 09:39
 Subject: Easy search for part(s) in all orders?
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Is it possible to find a particular piece amongst all my orders in the "Orders
Placed" section without looking through every order? Eg If I've ordered 2x4
plates (3020) is their a search function bring up any 2x4 plates I've ordered
from any seller(s)? If so, how do I access that info?

Thanks in advance.
 Author: Brickwilbo View Messages Posted By Brickwilbo
 Posted: Jan 23, 2019 06:06
 Subject: Re: Seller?
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In Help, kintyre2001 writes:
  Hallo zusammen, kann man nur Seller werden wenn man schon mal etwas gekauft hat?
Oder wie kann man ein positives Feedback bekommen? Ich würde gerne meine Lego-Sammlung
verkaufen. Dank und Gruß, Frank

Ja
https://www.bricklink.com/help.asp?helpID=2440
 Author: kintyre2001 View Messages Posted By kintyre2001
 Posted: Jan 23, 2019 04:17
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Hallo zusammen, kann man nur Seller werden wenn man schon mal etwas gekauft hat?
Oder wie kann man ein positives Feedback bekommen? Ich würde gerne meine Lego-Sammlung
verkaufen. Dank und Gruß, Frank
 Author: Adjour View Messages Posted By Adjour
 Posted: Jan 22, 2019 16:40
 Subject: Re: Brown Dots on Vintage Box
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In Help, Yukon94 writes:
  In Help, brickskipper writes:
  I just checked my box of the same set. It seems to be a bit different as it appears
to have a brown "liner" inside the box so all four walls of the box are actually
hollow.
Maybe your box misses the brown liner and the dots are residues of the glue which
used to hold liner and outer box together?

Best regards,
Jan

In Help, Yukon94 writes:
  I got this set;

 
Set No: 6358  Name: Snorkel Squad
* 
6358-1 (Inv) Snorkel Squad
137 Parts, 2 Minifigs, 1987
Sets: Town: Classic Town: Fire

And while all of the bags are sealed, the box has been opened. From what I can
tell it's in great shape with no apparent water damage but the bottom of
the box looks as though it has brown dots scattered along the bottom. The box
has an "old" smell to it but nothing overpowering like mildew. The dots seem
to align with the holes in the polybags that were sitting in it.

The pieces themselves seem extremely clean and don't have any fading so it's
kind of thrown me for a loop. Not sure why this happened.

As well, it is missing this single piece in gray:
 
Part No: 194cx2  Name: Minifigure, Utensil Hose Nozzle Simple with 35L Black String
* 
194cx2 Minifigure, Utensil Hose Nozzle Simple with 35L Black String
Parts: Minifigure, Utensil

Does anyone know if that would've just been loosely put in with the other
parts or come in a box or on a piece of cardboard? I can't find it in the
bags.

Thanks for the up-close image of the box. It's amazing that another person
browsing the forum has an example of the packaging.

I'm thinking your guess is the case with this one.

Just fyi, I have a pretty large collection of 80-90's sets/boxes, if anyone
ever needs a reference.
 Author: Yukon94 View Messages Posted By Yukon94
 Posted: Jan 22, 2019 16:38
 Subject: Re: Brown Dots on Vintage Box
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In Help, brickskipper writes:
  I just checked my box of the same set. It seems to be a bit different as it appears
to have a brown "liner" inside the box so all four walls of the box are actually
hollow.
Maybe your box misses the brown liner and the dots are residues of the glue which
used to hold liner and outer box together?

Best regards,
Jan

In Help, Yukon94 writes:
  I got this set;

 
Set No: 6358  Name: Snorkel Squad
* 
6358-1 (Inv) Snorkel Squad
137 Parts, 2 Minifigs, 1987
Sets: Town: Classic Town: Fire

And while all of the bags are sealed, the box has been opened. From what I can
tell it's in great shape with no apparent water damage but the bottom of
the box looks as though it has brown dots scattered along the bottom. The box
has an "old" smell to it but nothing overpowering like mildew. The dots seem
to align with the holes in the polybags that were sitting in it.

The pieces themselves seem extremely clean and don't have any fading so it's
kind of thrown me for a loop. Not sure why this happened.

As well, it is missing this single piece in gray:
 
Part No: 194cx2  Name: Minifigure, Utensil Hose Nozzle Simple with 35L Black String
* 
194cx2 Minifigure, Utensil Hose Nozzle Simple with 35L Black String
Parts: Minifigure, Utensil

Does anyone know if that would've just been loosely put in with the other
parts or come in a box or on a piece of cardboard? I can't find it in the
bags.

Thanks for the up-close image of the box. It's amazing that another person
browsing the forum has an example of the packaging.

I'm thinking your guess is the case with this one.
 Author: SylvainLS View Messages Posted By SylvainLS
 Posted: Jan 22, 2019 16:09
 Subject: Re: Brown Dots on Vintage Box
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In Help, danielclark writes:
  Looks like the same type of paper discoloration you find in books, I would assume
it's a mold.

Could also be chemical (more or less acidity). That changes paper colour too.

Or simply glue residue….
 Author: brickskipper View Messages Posted By brickskipper
 Posted: Jan 22, 2019 15:02
 Subject: Re: Brown Dots on Vintage Box
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I just checked my box of the same set. It seems to be a bit different as it appears
to have a brown "liner" inside the box so all four walls of the box are actually
hollow.
Maybe your box misses the brown liner and the dots are residues of the glue which
used to hold liner and outer box together?

Best regards,
Jan

In Help, Yukon94 writes:
  I got this set;

 
Set No: 6358  Name: Snorkel Squad
* 
6358-1 (Inv) Snorkel Squad
137 Parts, 2 Minifigs, 1987
Sets: Town: Classic Town: Fire

And while all of the bags are sealed, the box has been opened. From what I can
tell it's in great shape with no apparent water damage but the bottom of
the box looks as though it has brown dots scattered along the bottom. The box
has an "old" smell to it but nothing overpowering like mildew. The dots seem
to align with the holes in the polybags that were sitting in it.

The pieces themselves seem extremely clean and don't have any fading so it's
kind of thrown me for a loop. Not sure why this happened.

As well, it is missing this single piece in gray:
 
Part No: 194cx2  Name: Minifigure, Utensil Hose Nozzle Simple with 35L Black String
* 
194cx2 Minifigure, Utensil Hose Nozzle Simple with 35L Black String
Parts: Minifigure, Utensil

Does anyone know if that would've just been loosely put in with the other
parts or come in a box or on a piece of cardboard? I can't find it in the
bags.
 
 Author: danielclark View Messages Posted By danielclark
 Posted: Jan 22, 2019 14:38
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Looks like the same type of paper discoloration you find in books, I would assume
it's a mold.


In Help, Yukon94 writes:
  I got this set;

 
Set No: 6358  Name: Snorkel Squad
* 
6358-1 (Inv) Snorkel Squad
137 Parts, 2 Minifigs, 1987
Sets: Town: Classic Town: Fire

And while all of the bags are sealed, the box has been opened. From what I can
tell it's in great shape with no apparent water damage but the bottom of
the box looks as though it has brown dots scattered along the bottom. The box
has an "old" smell to it but nothing overpowering like mildew. The dots seem
to align with the holes in the polybags that were sitting in it.

The pieces themselves seem extremely clean and don't have any fading so it's
kind of thrown me for a loop. Not sure why this happened.

As well, it is missing this single piece in gray:
 
Part No: 194cx2  Name: Minifigure, Utensil Hose Nozzle Simple with 35L Black String
* 
194cx2 Minifigure, Utensil Hose Nozzle Simple with 35L Black String
Parts: Minifigure, Utensil

Does anyone know if that would've just been loosely put in with the other
parts or come in a box or on a piece of cardboard? I can't find it in the
bags.
 Author: katknapp View Messages Posted By katknapp
 Posted: Jan 22, 2019 13:21
 Subject: Re: Help identifying this old part
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In Help, dfurman writes:
  In Help, katknapp writes:
  Hi,

Can anyone out there identify this part or the set it came from. There are two;
one (old) Light Gray and one (old) dark gray. No part number, just marked Lego.

I would like to pass them on but have no way of listing them without more info.
I am posting two pictures.

Thanks so much!

kat-knapp


 
Part No: 42042  Name: Bionicle Krana Holder 3 x 4
* 
42042 Bionicle Krana Holder 3 x 4
Parts: Bionicle

Thank you so much! I spent an hour searching every keyword I could think of
like shovel and digger.
 Author: zblang View Messages Posted By zblang
 Posted: Jan 22, 2019 10:08
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Thanks!
 Author: yorbrick View Messages Posted By yorbrick
 Posted: Jan 22, 2019 09:57
 Subject: Re: Torso Identification - 2
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In Help, emperor61 writes:
  Hi again everyone,

Struggling to identify / find this torso in the catalog too. It's a sticker
with the number '3' on the reverse side.

The stickered ones like these are not added as there are too many possible variants,
depending on how the stickers are applied.
 Author: FreeStorm View Messages Posted By FreeStorm
 Posted: Jan 22, 2019 09:23
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In Help, emperor61 writes:
  Hi again everyone,

Struggling to identify / find this torso in the catalog too. It's a sticker
with the number '3' on the reverse side.

It should come from this set
 
Set No: 3405  Name: Blue Bus
* 
3405-1 (Inv) Blue Bus
108 Parts, 6 Minifigs, 2000
Sets: Sports: Soccer

 
Part No: 3405stk01  Name: Sticker for Set 3405 - Sheet 1 (22917/4141967)
* 
3405stk01 Sticker for Set 3405 - Sheet 1 (22917/4141967)
Parts: Sticker

But I cannot find the minifig torso.

Maybe this one:
 
Minifig No: soc032  Name: Soccer Player White/Blue Team Player 3
* 
soc032 (Inv) Soccer Player White/Blue Team Player 3
Minifigs: Sports: Soccer
 Author: emperor61 View Messages Posted By emperor61
 Posted: Jan 22, 2019 09:01
 Subject: Torso Identification - 2
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Hi again everyone,

Struggling to identify / find this torso in the catalog too. It's a sticker
with the number '3' on the reverse side.
 
 Author: Dalika View Messages Posted By Dalika
 Posted: Jan 22, 2019 07:58
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In Help, emperor61 writes:
  Hi everyone,

I've given up trying to locate and identify these torsos so please help.
Looked everywhere but just can't seem to see them! Thanks in advance.



 
Part No: 973pb1436  Name: Torso Coast Guard, Shirt with Pockets and Copper Coast Guard Logo Badge and Belt Pattern
* 
973pb1436 Torso Coast Guard, Shirt with Pockets and Copper Coast Guard Logo Badge and Belt Pattern
Parts: Minifigure, Torso

 
Part No: 973pb1103  Name: Torso Suit with Dark Green Lapels, Silver and Gold Highlights Pattern
* 
973pb1103 Torso Suit with Dark Green Lapels, Silver and Gold Highlights Pattern
Parts: Minifigure, Torso


 
Part No: 973pb1178  Name: Torso Vest with Dark Red and Black Straps / Quiver Pattern (Hawkeye)
* 
973pb1178 Torso Vest with Dark Red and Black Straps / Quiver Pattern (Hawkeye)
Parts: Minifigure, Torso
 Author: emperor61 View Messages Posted By emperor61
 Posted: Jan 22, 2019 07:51
 Subject: Torso Identification
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Hi everyone,

I've given up trying to locate and identify these torsos so please help.
Looked everywhere but just can't seem to see them! Thanks in advance.
 

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