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 Posted: Mon Feb 7th, 2022 11:15 am
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Hi All.   I was somewhat heavy handed when I removed the bodyshell of my 2 Hal, and now when I try to replace it. It looks good to go, but, it isn’t. Is this a “bin job “? Or can I or someone else fix it. Best wishes Kevin PS the moral of this tale is go to the expert in the first place.  Best wishes Kevin 



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 Posted: Mon Feb 7th, 2022 06:59 pm
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What have you done to it Kevin - is something broken ?



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Hi Petermac.  Thank you for your reply. I believe that I have damaged one or more of those plastic bits, that is where the heavy handed comes in, that holds it together. And such a nice Loco it is. Best wishes Kevin 



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Hi Petermac.   I have emailed hornby Technial? They are busy at the time of writing and will get back to me. Best wishes Kevin 



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Well I certainly wouldn't bin it Kevin. I'm sure there will be a way to secure the body even if the lugs HAVE snapped off. It's a nice looking unit so worth trying to secure it. Without seeing pictures it's difficult to advise though. If you get no joy with Hornby ( which I very much doubt you will) drop me a pm and we will see what can be done  :thumbs
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Hi Matt. Thank you for your reply. I have got on to Hornby, but, everyone is busy and I received an automatic reply, saying that they would get back to me?     Best wishes Kevin 



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