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 Author: Thea View Messages Posted By Thea
 Posted: Jan 21, 2017 16:05
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Thea (297)

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In Catalog, viejos writes:
  In Catalog, Thea writes:
  In Catalog, Thea writes:
  I've had a question in the Rebrickable Forum about the minifig radios in
 
Set No: 6970  Name: Beta I Command Base
* 
6970-1 (Inv) Beta I Command Base
247 Parts, 4 Minifigs, 1980
Sets: Space: Classic Space
. http://rebrickable.com/forum/index.php?/topic/550-please-report-any-missing-or-incorrect-sets-here/&do=findComment&comment=13099
This set was confirmed at Peeron by maggiec and John P. The Peeron inventory,
based on the instructions, shows a total of 3 with 1 being extra.
The BrickLink catalog entry doesn't have the extra. There isn't a source
listed.
I have the set, but it was played with by my son, so not a reliable source.

Does anyone have a reliable source for this 37 year old set?
Thanks for any help in clearing this up.

Thea
Always An Adventure!

I looked at the peeron scans and thought-Instructions never have 9 pages. So
I went and dug out mine and solved the mystery.
Pg 10-11 show only 2 radios in the final model. See scan below.
The picture at the top of instruction page 1 is the same as the box cover and
shows 3.

Now it is up to each fan-site to determine which picture they will use for inventory
purposes.

Personally I found researching this had another small reward in seeing that beautiful
space flag.

Thea
Always An Adventure!

There are a number of missing pages and other issues with the AFOL "classical"
body of instruction scans which were first assembled at Peeron and then were
also copied over to Brickfactory. I think there are some other sites, too, that
have tapped into this publicly-collected archive.

I have tried in the past to correct some of these problems by communicating with
sites and sending scans, but to no avail. There was either nobody home or some
complication with file format, etc. One persistent individual I spoke with eventually
did have success with adding some images to Peeron, but that was before Peeron
stopped adding inventories.

So my question is, would a site like Rebrickable (or somewhere else) be interested
in hosting a "supplement" to the big collection? We are finding more and more
cases of multiple versions of instructions as well, and other than the protected
inventory threads at BL, there is no other good place to store them. So in the
case of set 6970, all that would need to be stored are the two pages you provided.

Russell

Nathan has said that he won't store instructions on the Rebrickable site.
However, an individual can use the site he created, bricksafe.com, to store
files and images, and reference them for their MOCs, or make them available for
use in the Rebrickable Forum, or the Rebrickable notes on sets and parts.

If anyone would like the HUGE scans Paul did for the missing 3 pages of 6970-1
instructions, just send me a private BrickLink message with your email, and I'll
be happy to send them. The picture I used here at BrickLink was merged and greatly
reduced in size.

Thea
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 Author: viejos View Messages Posted By viejos
 Posted: Jan 21, 2017 13:58
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viejos (593)

Location:  USA, Illinois
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In Catalog, Thea writes:
  In Catalog, Thea writes:
  I've had a question in the Rebrickable Forum about the minifig radios in
 
Set No: 6970  Name: Beta I Command Base
* 
6970-1 (Inv) Beta I Command Base
247 Parts, 4 Minifigs, 1980
Sets: Space: Classic Space
. http://rebrickable.com/forum/index.php?/topic/550-please-report-any-missing-or-incorrect-sets-here/&do=findComment&comment=13099
This set was confirmed at Peeron by maggiec and John P. The Peeron inventory,
based on the instructions, shows a total of 3 with 1 being extra.
The BrickLink catalog entry doesn't have the extra. There isn't a source
listed.
I have the set, but it was played with by my son, so not a reliable source.

Does anyone have a reliable source for this 37 year old set?
Thanks for any help in clearing this up.

Thea
Always An Adventure!

I looked at the peeron scans and thought-Instructions never have 9 pages. So
I went and dug out mine and solved the mystery.
Pg 10-11 show only 2 radios in the final model. See scan below.
The picture at the top of instruction page 1 is the same as the box cover and
shows 3.

Now it is up to each fan-site to determine which picture they will use for inventory
purposes.

Personally I found researching this had another small reward in seeing that beautiful
space flag.

Thea
Always An Adventure!

There are a number of missing pages and other issues with the AFOL "classical"
body of instruction scans which were first assembled at Peeron and then were
also copied over to Brickfactory. I think there are some other sites, too, that
have tapped into this publicly-collected archive.

I have tried in the past to correct some of these problems by communicating with
sites and sending scans, but to no avail. There was either nobody home or some
complication with file format, etc. One persistent individual I spoke with eventually
did have success with adding some images to Peeron, but that was before Peeron
stopped adding inventories.

So my question is, would a site like Rebrickable (or somewhere else) be interested
in hosting a "supplement" to the big collection? We are finding more and more
cases of multiple versions of instructions as well, and other than the protected
inventory threads at BL, there is no other good place to store them. So in the
case of set 6970, all that would need to be stored are the two pages you provided.

Russell
 Author: ThirdPig View Messages Posted By ThirdPig
 Posted: Jan 21, 2017 09:38
 Subject: Re: 6553 Technic Pole Reverse Handle
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ThirdPig (26)

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In Catalog, hpoort writes:
  
 
Part No: 6553  Name: Technic Pole Reverser Handle
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6553 Technic Pole Reverser Handle
Parts: Technic, Axle
Why is this part called 'Technic Pole Reverse Handle'?

I would call it some kind of 'axle connector perpendicular' and search
under 'Technic, Connector'. However, it is listed under 'Technic,
Axle'. Makes me wonder why?

Hans-Peter

It was originally used in combination with this part. http://www.bricklink.com/v2/catalog/catalogitem.page?P=6551c01&idColor=9#T=P&C=9

Obviously, now it is used in a great number of applications and part of the standard
technic connector arsenal, while the pole reverser switch has long since become
defunct. I agree that the categorization is a bit odd.
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 Author: hpoort View Messages Posted By hpoort
 Posted: Jan 21, 2017 08:40
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Part No: 6553  Name: Technic Pole Reverser Handle
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6553 Technic Pole Reverser Handle
Parts: Technic, Axle
Why is this part called 'Technic Pole Reverse Handle'?

I would call it some kind of 'axle connector perpendicular' and search
under 'Technic, Connector'. However, it is listed under 'Technic,
Axle'. Makes me wonder why?

Hans-Peter
 Author: Thea View Messages Posted By Thea
 Posted: Jan 21, 2017 01:40
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Thea (297)

Location:  USA, Texas
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In Catalog, Thea writes:
  I've had a question in the Rebrickable Forum about the minifig radios in
 
Set No: 6970  Name: Beta I Command Base
* 
6970-1 (Inv) Beta I Command Base
247 Parts, 4 Minifigs, 1980
Sets: Space: Classic Space
. http://rebrickable.com/forum/index.php?/topic/550-please-report-any-missing-or-incorrect-sets-here/&do=findComment&comment=13099
This set was confirmed at Peeron by maggiec and John P. The Peeron inventory,
based on the instructions, shows a total of 3 with 1 being extra.
The BrickLink catalog entry doesn't have the extra. There isn't a source
listed.
I have the set, but it was played with by my son, so not a reliable source.

Does anyone have a reliable source for this 37 year old set?
Thanks for any help in clearing this up.

Thea
Always An Adventure!

I looked at the peeron scans and thought-Instructions never have 9 pages. So
I went and dug out mine and solved the mystery.
Pg 10-11 show only 2 radios in the final model. See scan below.
The picture at the top of instruction page 1 is the same as the box cover and
shows 3.

Now it is up to each fan-site to determine which picture they will use for inventory
purposes.

Personally I found researching this had another small reward in seeing that beautiful
space flag.

Thea
Always An Adventure!
 
 Author: connie View Messages Posted By connie
 Posted: Jan 21, 2017 00:30
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In Catalog, Thea writes:
  I've had a question in the Rebrickable Forum about the minifig radios in
 
Set No: 6970  Name: Beta I Command Base
* 
6970-1 (Inv) Beta I Command Base
247 Parts, 4 Minifigs, 1980
Sets: Space: Classic Space
. http://rebrickable.com/forum/index.php?/topic/550-please-report-any-missing-or-incorrect-sets-here/&do=findComment&comment=13099
This set was confirmed at Peeron by maggiec and John P. The Peeron inventory,
based on the instructions, shows a total of 3 with 1 being extra.
The BrickLink catalog entry doesn't have the extra. There isn't a source
listed.
I have the set, but it was played with by my son, so not a reliable source.

Does anyone have a reliable source for this 37 year old set?
Thanks for any help in clearing this up.

Thea
Always An Adventure!

according to the instructions the front cover shows a radio in the hands of a
white space guy, in the hands of a red space guy and on the back blue wall of
the command center. The radio on the wall is added in step 9 of the instruction
booklet.

Connie
 Author: legoman77 View Messages Posted By legoman77
 Posted: Jan 21, 2017 00:22
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Location:  USA, Texas
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In Catalog, Thea writes:
  I've had a question in the Rebrickable Forum about the minifig radios in
 
Set No: 6970  Name: Beta I Command Base
* 
6970-1 (Inv) Beta I Command Base
247 Parts, 4 Minifigs, 1980
Sets: Space: Classic Space
. http://rebrickable.com/forum/index.php?/topic/550-please-report-any-missing-or-incorrect-sets-here/&do=findComment&comment=13099
This set was confirmed at Peeron by maggiec and John P. The Peeron inventory,
based on the instructions, shows a total of 3 with 1 being extra.
The BrickLink catalog entry doesn't have the extra. There isn't a source
listed.
I have the set, but it was played with by my son, so not a reliable source.

Does anyone have a reliable source for this 37 year old set?
Thanks for any help in clearing this up.

Thea
Always An Adventure!

I bought the set myself new and inventoried it, so I am certain my inventory
is correct. One must remember that Lego did substitute pieces occasionally and
would put extra or different stuff in the sets. That always created a lot of
confusion and still does. I believe that I actually had two of these. This
is a link to peeron and that picture is the one I submitted to Peeron.
http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?i=3316416 is a link to a picture
of that part of my Lego room where my space sets were kept and I cannot tell
which were this set. Old man = old bad eyes.
http://peeron.com/inv/sets/6970-1

John P
 Author: viejos View Messages Posted By viejos
 Posted: Jan 20, 2017 23:36
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viejos (593)

Location:  USA, Illinois
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In Catalog, Thea writes:
  I've had a question in the Rebrickable Forum about the minifig radios in
 
Set No: 6970  Name: Beta I Command Base
* 
6970-1 (Inv) Beta I Command Base
247 Parts, 4 Minifigs, 1980
Sets: Space: Classic Space
. http://rebrickable.com/forum/index.php?/topic/550-please-report-any-missing-or-incorrect-sets-here/&do=findComment&comment=13099
This set was confirmed at Peeron by maggiec and John P. The Peeron inventory,
based on the instructions, shows a total of 3 with 1 being extra.
The BrickLink catalog entry doesn't have the extra. There isn't a source
listed.
I have the set, but it was played with by my son, so not a reliable source.

Does anyone have a reliable source for this 37 year old set?
Thanks for any help in clearing this up.

Thea
Always An Adventure!

If I am reading Peeron correctly, it says there are 2 in the set plus one extra,
meaning 3 total in the box. Maybe that's what you're saying above but
I just wanted to be sure. I don't have a copy of the actual instructions,
and the only ones I see online are apparently missing the second half of step
16, which I presume shows the second radio in use.

Without getting into the snarly subject of delimiting extras with official piece
counts, what is typically done on BL is that if a piece came in the box and is
shown in the box images, it is counted as a regular piece, even though it may
not happen to appear in the instruction manual. This is especially true of older
sets, at a time when instructions were not so thorough as they are today.

Another way of looking at it is that the box images, which typically also appear
on the instruction sheets, are seen as part of the instructions. But I don't
know how you define extra on Rebrickable. However you define it, though, based
on what I can see now, there were indeed three radios shipped in every box.

Russell
 Author: Thea View Messages Posted By Thea
 Posted: Jan 20, 2017 23:27
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In Catalog, dluders writes:
  For what it's worth, the Rebrickable inventory only shows 2 minifigs: http://rebrickable.com/sets/6970-1/beta-i-command-base-classic-space-1980

I don't understand your comment. The number of parts for 4 minifigs, 2 of
each color, are in the Rebrickable inventory. This is the same as BrickLink.

Thea
 Author: Thea View Messages Posted By Thea
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In Catalog, maggiec writes:
  In Catalog, Thea writes:
  I've had a question in the Rebrickable Forum about the minifig radios in
 
Set No: 6970  Name: Beta I Command Base
* 
6970-1 (Inv) Beta I Command Base
247 Parts, 4 Minifigs, 1980
Sets: Space: Classic Space
. http://rebrickable.com/forum/index.php?/topic/550-please-report-any-missing-or-incorrect-sets-here/&do=findComment&comment=13099
This set was confirmed at Peeron by maggiec and John P. The Peeron inventory,
based on the instructions, shows a total of 3 with 1 being extra.
The BrickLink catalog entry doesn't have the extra. There isn't a source
listed.
I have the set, but it was played with by my son, so not a reliable source.

Does anyone have a reliable source for this 37 year old set?
Thanks for any help in clearing this up.

Thea
Always An Adventure!

Hi Thea!

My inventory verification was based on possession of the actual set. I did not
open a MISB set, but won it at an auction from the estate of an adult collector.
All of the items I won were either sealed or, if they had been opened, were
clearly kept complete and in order (some inner bags were never opened). They
were certainly reliable enough to use to verify set contents. I would also consider
John P. a reliable source, as he is sure to have had the set in hand also.

BTW, this was the auction (dang, has it been that long??).

http://news.lugnet.com/market/auction/?n=9325&t=i&v=a

Maggie

Thanks for the quick answer Maggie. I know what you mean about the passage of
time. I have to keep reminding myself that we came back from Europe 24 years
ago, even though it seems like just last year.

Thea
 Author: dluders View Messages Posted By dluders
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For what it's worth, the Rebrickable inventory only shows 2 minifigs: http://rebrickable.com/sets/6970-1/beta-i-command-base-classic-space-1980
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In Catalog, Thea writes:
  I've had a question in the Rebrickable Forum about the minifig radios in
 
Set No: 6970  Name: Beta I Command Base
* 
6970-1 (Inv) Beta I Command Base
247 Parts, 4 Minifigs, 1980
Sets: Space: Classic Space
. http://rebrickable.com/forum/index.php?/topic/550-please-report-any-missing-or-incorrect-sets-here/&do=findComment&comment=13099
This set was confirmed at Peeron by maggiec and John P. The Peeron inventory,
based on the instructions, shows a total of 3 with 1 being extra.
The BrickLink catalog entry doesn't have the extra. There isn't a source
listed.
I have the set, but it was played with by my son, so not a reliable source.

Does anyone have a reliable source for this 37 year old set?
Thanks for any help in clearing this up.

Thea
Always An Adventure!

Hi Thea!

My inventory verification was based on possession of the actual set. I did not
open a MISB set, but won it at an auction from the estate of an adult collector.
All of the items I won were either sealed or, if they had been opened, were
clearly kept complete and in order (some inner bags were never opened). They
were certainly reliable enough to use to verify set contents. I would also consider
John P. a reliable source, as he is sure to have had the set in hand also.

BTW, this was the auction (dang, has it been that long??).

http://news.lugnet.com/market/auction/?n=9325&t=i&v=a

Maggie
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I've had a question in the Rebrickable Forum about the minifig radios in
 
Set No: 6970  Name: Beta I Command Base
* 
6970-1 (Inv) Beta I Command Base
247 Parts, 4 Minifigs, 1980
Sets: Space: Classic Space
. http://rebrickable.com/forum/index.php?/topic/550-please-report-any-missing-or-incorrect-sets-here/&do=findComment&comment=13099
This set was confirmed at Peeron by maggiec and John P. The Peeron inventory,
based on the instructions, shows a total of 3 with 1 being extra.
The BrickLink catalog entry doesn't have the extra. There isn't a source
listed.
I have the set, but it was played with by my son, so not a reliable source.

Does anyone have a reliable source for this 37 year old set?
Thanks for any help in clearing this up.

Thea
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In Catalog, M.Boss writes:
  I am trying to inventory
 
Set No: 5004930  Name: Accessory Pack polybag
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5004930-1 (Inv) Accessory Pack polybag
31 Parts, 1 Minifig, 2 Gear, 2017
Sets: Super Heroes: The LEGO Batman Movie
but it contains a poster and a sticker
sheet (similar to those found in sticker books and not intended to be applied
to parts). Do I add these as a gear item?

Yes.

Inventory it similar to
 
Set No: 5004388  Name: Nexo Knights Intro Pack polybag
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5004388-1 (Inv) Nexo Knights Intro Pack polybag
1 Minifig, 4 Gear, 2016
Sets: Nexo Knights

The sticker sheet and poster get added as gear items, such as
 
Gear No: 5004388stk01  Name: Sticker for Set 5004388 - Sheet 1, Heroes
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5004388stk01 Sticker for Set 5004388 - Sheet 1, Heroes
Gear: Sticker: Nexo Knights
and
 
Gear No: p16nex01  Name: Nexo Knights Poster - Set 5004388-1 (43920819203)
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p16nex01 Nexo Knights Poster - Set 5004388-1 (43920819203)
Gear: Poster: Nexo Knights
in the above set.

  If so what would I use as an item number?

Use the items above as examples to get you started on creating an item number.
If you really don't know what to number them, just make anything up and the
Catalog Admins will number them accordingly upon approval.

  Would I have to wait for approval before I can add them to the set's inventory?

Yes.

  Any help is appreciated,
M.Boss

You're welcome,
Randy
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I am trying to inventory
 
Set No: 5004930  Name: Accessory Pack polybag
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5004930-1 (Inv) Accessory Pack polybag
31 Parts, 1 Minifig, 2 Gear, 2017
Sets: Super Heroes: The LEGO Batman Movie
but it contains a poster and a sticker
sheet (similar to those found in sticker books and not intended to be applied
to parts). Do I add these as a gear item? If so what would I use as an item number?
Would I have to wait for approval before I can add them to the set's inventory?

Any help is appreciated,
M.Boss
 Author: randyf View Messages Posted By randyf
 Posted: Jan 16, 2017 21:25
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In Catalog, pikachu3 writes:
  My copy of this part has a decidedly Black ribbon, not Dark Blue. Variant, misprint,
or catalog error?

 
Part No: 12887pb01  Name: Minifig, Hair Long Tied Back with Dark Blue Ribbon Pattern (Revolutionary Soldier)
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12887pb01 Minifig, Hair Long Tied Back with Dark Blue Ribbon Pattern (Revolutionary Soldier)
Parts: Minifig, Hair

My two copies of this minifig both have Dark Blue ribbons. The catalog image
definitely does look like a Black ribbon, though. I would say there is a variant.

Cheers,
Randy
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Location:  USA, Colorado
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Store: Aspen's Surplus
My copy of this part has a decidedly Black ribbon, not Dark Blue. Variant, misprint,
or catalog error?

 
Part No: 12887pb01  Name: Minifig, Hair Long Tied Back with Dark Blue Ribbon Pattern (Revolutionary Soldier)
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12887pb01 Minifig, Hair Long Tied Back with Dark Blue Ribbon Pattern (Revolutionary Soldier)
Parts: Minifig, Hair
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Location:  Canada, Ontario
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In Catalog, Kathleen_55 writes:
  I have a Lego System building instruction with sticker sheet intact. Bought a
few years back. The number on the front is 697 and there is a date on the back
1997.

Have I missed it some where Please help so I can list it for sale. Ps I love
your sight!

Ha, Ha, I posted the message and then I found it my self.... ??
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Location:  Canada, Ontario
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I have a Lego System building instruction with sticker sheet intact. Bought a
few years back. The number on the front is 697 and there is a date on the back
1997.

Have I missed it some where Please help so I can list it for sale. Ps I love
your sight!
 

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