Question about Disney Toys
We have purchased several Disney toy cars that were total junk. We purchased a set of Hot Wheels type buses - $15 - at Disney World. First time they were run across the floor - wheels fell off. Also purchased several of the Hot Wheels character type car - $5.50 ea instead of Hot Wheels $1.25 - again - fell apart first go round. Tiggers ears fell out etc. Purchased 2 Frank (combine from Cars) die cast -
$20 - the combine blades fell off immediately. Purchased 5 of the Cars tractors - $5.50 each - front tires immediately fell off. I have product code numbers from the combine from my receipt - 461280947704 and tractors - 409248700619. The others I do not have - was not expecting any problem - did not save.
A lot of the toys sold at Disney Parks are unfortunately low quality. You need to contact their customer service in order to get a response. You can e-mail them by contacting them through the Disney World website, or you can call them (the best way to receive help) at: 1 (407) 939-5277
Posted on Mar 25, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
What I do is watch for other toys that are similiar that someone has thrown out. Then reuse the parts.
You could try Craigslist for your area. They have a wanted section where you can post what you are looking for. Put a picture of your item and say you want one that's broken.
You can also check Garage Sales and Thrift Stores for an item that is reasonably priced that you can use to swap parts.
The other alternative is find something that will fit, but wasn't an exact match.
Either way your local Ace Hardware or Home Depot or the like may have some washers/screws etc to help you retrofit the item.
Posted on May 05, 2009
You should check a modelling shop. They usually have things like that around. Best to ask the teller though, not easy to find ;)
Posted on Mar 09, 2010
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