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This repair guide will teach you how to restore a shattered celluloid doll. I will be taking you step by step through the process of restoring a Madame Hendren Baby Brite doll head.
What you need to get started:
1. Loctite Brand Epoxy Putty
2. Probond Brand polyurethane glue
3. cloth cut in 1"x 3" strips
4. Paper plate (Must be paper)
5. Loctite brand super glue
6. One package x-fine sandpaper
7. Paint (I use Createx brand in my airbrush)
Carefully, while holding the silver metal motor in place, gently pull the rotor off of the rear drive shaft. Place new one on and push it gently into place. If it is loose, you can secure it with a VERY CAREFULLY applied mini-drop of super glue. Turn helicopter upside down and use as little glue as possible, keep it away from where the shaft meets the motor, and keep upside down until glue dries fully.
Carefully, while holding the silver metal motor in place, gently pull
the rotor off of the rear drive shaft. Place new one on and push it
gently into place. If it is loose, you can secure it with a VERY
CAREFULLY applied mini-drop of super glue. Turn helicopter upside down
and use as little glue as possible, keep it away from where the shaft
meets the motor, and keep upside down until glue dries fully.
Just the rear rotor itself? Or the motor as well? Tail rotor pops right off, and replacement will pop onto the shaft easily. A small, very carefully applied, drop of super glue will keep tail rotor on firm. If doing that, I recommend you turn the helicopter upside down and then pay close attention that you don't get any glue near where the shaft meets the motor, and don't turn it over again until glue is totally dry. If the motor needs to be replaced, you'll need soldering equipment, it's a really simple wiring job, but the wires are barely thicker than a hair and not very easy to access. Not recommended unless you're very confident with a soldering gun. Hope this helps, r
Difficultt ot get one except from Bose Corp. I suppose you could have used a instant super glue to past this up. if the earpieces are working fine why not try to do it carrefully as you mentioned it has come off, it can be wedged together with an instant glue. clean the surface and do the process.It should work out economical. I hope it works and looks fine. Good day
This can be tricky, but do it carefully and you can be driving in just a few minutes. If the toothpick isn't wedged super tightly in there, you can take another toothpick, break it in half, and put some wood glue or super glue on the broken end. Hold it against the stuck one until it's bonded, and gently pull it out. Super glue will work best, but you'll have to be really careful not to glue it to the ignition itself. If this doesn't work, you'll have to remove the ignition switch to get it out. Good luck.
Check the diagram for the part you described as missing a chunk, it might be possible to get it as a replacement part for not much money. I would caution against trying to use any type of "super glue" since it doesn't have the durability to withstand the repeated shock and vibration that this part will experience. If the broken part is item #22 (shell/rear bearing) then the cost for the part is $170.00 - check the diagram to verify what your broken part looks like at the following link:
(copy and paste the entire string, as the hyperlink doesn't always load on the fixya site)
IF I was going to attempt to repair (glue) the part, I'd use something like JB Weld for plastics as it would likley provide better results and I'd try to keep the inside as free as possible of any excess so as not to snap clothes, etc. Good luck to you and hope I've helped.