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Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Jin Saotome: Transformers Animated Fix-Alterations

As a follow-up to Sabrblade's post asking about fan's experience with new Transformers: Animated figures, we thought we'd point out an excellent thread on Allspark.com where toy alterations guru Jin Saotome outlines a few very simple ways to correct issues people have mentioned. As he eloquently puts it, "...I agree that toys should come without problems right out of the box, but sometimes there are things that need to be worked out with a new series..." He also give instructions on contacting Hasbro and doing our part to let them know, when appropriate.


Anonymous said...

i agree with you there man mytransformers animated safe guard had problems with there legs, they just kept poping off and it was harder to put it back on

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