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Where do the batteries go in the millenium falcon which costs around $200.00?

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There's a compartment door, on the side of the falcon- just below the radar dish. you should see a button in the middle of the door. It opens with the catch on the left hand side of the door. It takes two batteries. Hope this helps.

Posted on Apr 10, 2011

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Locate the turrent on the top center. Just behind it is the On/Off switch. Behind it are 6 black, round engine-looking pods. That is the top cover. There are two tabs right behind the On/Off switch you push back on to remove the cover. Grab your screwdriver and remove the battery door. Uses 3 "AA" batteries.

Posted on Jan 31, 2012

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Hi Robert, I think I can help. I recently found this site with a lot of information about star wars model kit.
Go to this link about the AMT Millenium Falcon Cut-away version
http://www.starwarsmodels.com/mfca.html
There is a download link to the right which contains the original instructions. Even if you don't have the cut-away version I'm sure this will help!

Jim

Posted on Jan 21, 2010

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A friend gave me this toy for my grandson - who is a big star wars fan. Unfortunately she did not have the instructions anymore on how to play it. Is there any chance you might have this information or...


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Hi Robert, I think I can help. I recently found this site with a lot of information about star wars model kit.
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