KimT

Instructions needed

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I would like to get my hands on instructions for:

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A link would be fine :grin:

Now if you need a link or an instruction for a Star Wars set, then post it here and someone might come to rescue help you.

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Those sets have not yet been released.

Also, if you need instructions check Peeron.

Stauder.

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Those sets have not yet been released.

Also, if you need instructions check Peeron.

Stauder.

They don't have instructions for newer sets.

At least not the last time I checked.

I think it's a policy on not sharing new instructions.

Not sure, but I think a set has to be 2 years old or more to be uploaded to peeron's instruction scans

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That's wierd, I thought they were available on the LEGO webpage... I'm pretty sure that's where I got them...

Anyway, I uploaded them on my BS gallery, as I couldn't find them on peeron either...

Here're the links :

mini TIE

mini Snowspeeder

mini V19

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They don't have instructions for newer sets.

At least not the last time I checked.

I think it's a policy on not sharing new instructions.

Not sure, but I think a set has to be 2 years old or more to be uploaded to peeron's instruction scans

Interesting. I was not aware of this. Either way, the sets have not been released yet or so I am told.

Stauder.

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That's wierd, I thought they were available on the LEGO webpage...

They are, sort of.

As long as you know the 7 digit LEGO code #, you can always try ...

http://assets.lego.com/bigdownloads/buildinginstructions/0000000.pdf

... replacing the 0000000 with the code #.

In this case, it's easy since we have scans of the covers.

4529557

4529558

4529559

I think it's fairly brilliant of TLG to offer them this way, knowing that people will download them, then realise it's easier to buy the set than put it together on their own (when it's even possible).

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That's how I looked for them.

But somehow it didn't work.

Just 5 minutes ago my computer advised that I updated Acrobat Reader....that might be why.

Thanks for sharing links and brickshelf pics.

This is very useful for future instructions.

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That's wierd, I thought they were available on the LEGO webpage... I'm pretty sure that's where I got them...

Anyway, I uploaded them on my BS gallery, as I couldn't find them on peeron either...

Here're the links :

mini TIE

mini Snowspeeder

mini V19

Cheers for those Yellost.

I might try and build one or two of these at some point soon... colours may vary though. If anyone does get round to building them they should post some pictures too.

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They are, sort of.

As long as you know the 7 digit LEGO code #, you can always try ...

http://assets.lego.com/bigdownloads/buildinginstructions/0000000.pdf

... replacing the 0000000 with the code #.

In this case, it's easy since we have scans of the covers.

4529557

4529558

4529559

I think it's fairly brilliant of TLG to offer them this way, knowing that people will download them, then realise it's easier to buy the set than put it together on their own (when it's even possible).

Thats a neat trick. I must remember that when I really need the instructions for a yet-to-be released set.

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