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 Author: Lexesmom View Messages Posted By Lexesmom
 Posted: Oct 15, 2019 14:12
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Lexesmom (20)

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In Tiny Turbo set number 8159 there is a part that is not listed in the counter
parts that has two of part number 61678 together with a black sticker with the
circled number 6 on it. How do I add this to this set so I can add it to my
inventory? Thanks for any help.
 Author: fritsp View Messages Posted By fritsp
 Posted: Oct 15, 2019 15:59
 Subject: Re: assembled parts with stickers
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You know how to add normal parts?
Just the same, but in this category "sticker over assembly"
https://www.bricklink.com/catalogList.asp?catType=P&catID=582
 Author: mikmo View Messages Posted By mikmo
 Posted: Oct 16, 2019 09:00
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I thought they stopped accepting stickered assemblys a long time ago ?

Am i wrong here ?

Mikael / MikMo
 Author: Hygrotus View Messages Posted By Hygrotus
 Posted: Oct 16, 2019 09:24
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In Catalog, mikmo writes:
  I thought they stopped accepting stickered assemblys a long time ago ?

Am i wrong here ?

Mikael / MikMo

First hear
https://www.bricklink.com/catalogListOld.asp?pg=1&q=stickered+over+assembly&catLike=W&sortBy=D&sortAsc=D&itemBrand=1000&v=1

It was a problem only when parts assembly was hold only by sticker, then they
weren't accepted now they are.
 Author: Lexesmom View Messages Posted By Lexesmom
 Posted: Oct 16, 2019 15:23
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In Catalog, Lexesmom writes:
  In Tiny Turbo set number 8159 there is a part that is not listed in the counter
parts that has two of part number 61678 together with a black sticker with the
circled number 6 on it. How do I add this to this set so I can add it to my
inventory? Thanks for any help.




Ok I found the "sticker over assembly" group but my question is what is the process
to submit it, when I go to add or change then it asks for the part number and
it doesn't have one because its two parts together with a sticker so how
do I submit it for an add to the set?
 Author: Turez View Messages Posted By Turez
 Posted: Oct 18, 2019 13:02
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Turez (37)

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In Catalog, Lexesmom writes:
  Ok I found the "sticker over assembly" group but my question is what is the process
to submit it, when I go to add or change then it asks for the part number and
it doesn't have one because its two parts together with a sticker so how
do I submit it for an add to the set?

This is how I added a stickered assembly a few weeks ago:

First check if there already is an assembly like yours in the catalog by searching
for "assembly slopes".

Results: https://www.bricklink.com/catalogList.asp?q=assembly%20slopes

As you can see, there is no assembly consisting of two curved slopes 4x1. So
your assembly is a new one. Now check the first free number for assembled parts
with stickers. Open the "Sticker Over Assembly" category and sort by item number:
https://www.bricklink.com/catalogList.asp?pg=1&catString=582&itemBrand=1000&catType=P&v=1

The highest number is BA91pb01, so your part number would be BA92pb01.

To be sure this number is not used for a recent entry, check items pending approval:
https://www.bricklink.com/catalogList.asp?itemPend=Y

No results for "BA92pb01", so you can use this number.

For part name, I would suggest "Stickered Assembly 2 x 4 x 1 with Circled Number
9 Pattern (Sticker) - Set 8159 - 2 Slopes Curved 4 x 1 No Studs"
(I have used the name of similar part BA43pb02 as a template).

If exactly the same assembly (two curved slopes 4x1 in our example) is added
with another sticker later, that assembly will get number BA92pb02 etc. That
means "BAxx" stands for the speficic assembly and "pbxx" stands (as always) for
the sticker or imprint.


By the way, the stickered assemblies have to be renumbered in the near future
to get an extra 0.

Regards,
Jonas
 Author: Lexesmom View Messages Posted By Lexesmom
 Posted: Oct 27, 2019 15:41
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In Catalog, Turez writes:
  In Catalog, Lexesmom writes:
  Ok I found the "sticker over assembly" group but my question is what is the process
to submit it, when I go to add or change then it asks for the part number and
it doesn't have one because its two parts together with a sticker so how
do I submit it for an add to the set?

This is how I added a stickered assembly a few weeks ago:

First check if there already is an assembly like yours in the catalog by searching
for "assembly slopes".

Results: https://www.bricklink.com/catalogList.asp?q=assembly%20slopes

As you can see, there is no assembly consisting of two curved slopes 4x1. So
your assembly is a new one. Now check the first free number for assembled parts
with stickers. Open the "Sticker Over Assembly" category and sort by item number:
https://www.bricklink.com/catalogList.asp?pg=1&catString=582&itemBrand=1000&catType=P&v=1

The highest number is BA91pb01, so your part number would be BA92pb01.

To be sure this number is not used for a recent entry, check items pending approval:
https://www.bricklink.com/catalogList.asp?itemPend=Y

No results for "BA92pb01", so you can use this number.

For part name, I would suggest "Stickered Assembly 2 x 4 x 1 with Circled Number
9 Pattern (Sticker) - Set 8159 - 2 Slopes Curved 4 x 1 No Studs"
(I have used the name of similar part BA43pb02 as a template).

If exactly the same assembly (two curved slopes 4x1 in our example) is added
with another sticker later, that assembly will get number BA92pb02 etc. That
means "BAxx" stands for the speficic assembly and "pbxx" stands (as always) for
the sticker or imprint.


By the way, the stickered assemblies have to be renumbered in the near future
to get an extra 0.

Regards,
Jonas

Wow just saw this, thanks for the info I would have never gotten all that on
my own. I assumed that admin would have to give it its own part number I didn't
realize I could do that for them. Maybe I should re submit it? I just submitted
the photo today.
 Author: Turez View Messages Posted By Turez
 Posted: Oct 27, 2019 17:17
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In Catalog, Lexesmom writes:
  Wow just saw this, thanks for the info I would have never gotten all that on
my own. I assumed that admin would have to give it its own part number I didn't
realize I could do that for them. Maybe I should re submit it? I just submitted
the photo today.

I see you resubmitted the part with the correct number and name today.

 
Part No: BA93pb01  Name: Stickered Assembly 2 x 4 x 1 with Yellow Number 9 in Circle Pattern (Sticker) - Set 8195 - 2 Slopes Curved 4 x 1 No Studs
* 
BA93pb01 Stickered Assembly 2 x 4 x 1 with Yellow Number 9 in Circle Pattern (Sticker) - Set 8195 - 2 Slopes Curved 4 x 1 No Studs
Parts: Sticker Over Assembly

Now just submit your photo to that entry and it will be approved.

And you can delete your previous submission "61678-black" and your photo submitted
to part 61678 at
https://www.bricklink.com/myActivity.asp
or at the bottom of
https://www.bricklink.com/catalogAdd.asp
 Author: Admin_Russell View Messages Posted By Admin_Russell
 Posted: Oct 27, 2019 19:58
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In Catalog, Turez writes:
  In Catalog, Lexesmom writes:
  Ok I found the "sticker over assembly" group but my question is what is the process
to submit it, when I go to add or change then it asks for the part number and
it doesn't have one because its two parts together with a sticker so how
do I submit it for an add to the set?

This is how I added a stickered assembly a few weeks ago:

First check if there already is an assembly like yours in the catalog by searching
for "assembly slopes".

Results: https://www.bricklink.com/catalogList.asp?q=assembly%20slopes

As you can see, there is no assembly consisting of two curved slopes 4x1. So
your assembly is a new one. Now check the first free number for assembled parts
with stickers. Open the "Sticker Over Assembly" category and sort by item number:
https://www.bricklink.com/catalogList.asp?pg=1&catString=582&itemBrand=1000&catType=P&v=1

The highest number is BA91pb01, so your part number would be BA92pb01.

To be sure this number is not used for a recent entry, check items pending approval:
https://www.bricklink.com/catalogList.asp?itemPend=Y

No results for "BA92pb01", so you can use this number.

Most of the time that will work, but the foolproof way to search is to check
for "BA92*".

This will save you from "running over" a Left / Right pair, e.g.

 
Part No: BA84pb01L  Name: Stickered Assembly 2 x 4 x 1 with Gauges Pattern Model Left Side (Sticker) - Set 7344 - 2 Brick 2 x 2 with Pin
* 
BA84pb01L Stickered Assembly 2 x 4 x 1 with Gauges Pattern Model Left Side (Sticker) - Set 7344 - 2 Brick 2 x 2 with Pin
Parts: Sticker Over Assembly
 
Part No: BA84pb01R  Name: Stickered Assembly 2 x 4 x 1 with Gauges Pattern Model Right Side (Sticker) - Set 7344 - 2 Brick 2 x 2 with Pin
* 
BA84pb01R Stickered Assembly 2 x 4 x 1 with Gauges Pattern Model Right Side (Sticker) - Set 7344 - 2 Brick 2 x 2 with Pin
Parts: Sticker Over Assembly

  By the way, the stickered assemblies have to be renumbered in the near future
to get an extra 0.

Yes, that is correct. Good thing we didn't change them before when we added
BrickArms.
 Author: yorbrick View Messages Posted By yorbrick
 Posted: Oct 28, 2019 09:07
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  This will save you from "running over" a Left / Right pair, e.g.

 
Part No: BA84pb01L  Name: Stickered Assembly 2 x 4 x 1 with Gauges Pattern Model Left Side (Sticker) - Set 7344 - 2 Brick 2 x 2 with Pin
* 
BA84pb01L Stickered Assembly 2 x 4 x 1 with Gauges Pattern Model Left Side (Sticker) - Set 7344 - 2 Brick 2 x 2 with Pin
Parts: Sticker Over Assembly
 
Part No: BA84pb01R  Name: Stickered Assembly 2 x 4 x 1 with Gauges Pattern Model Right Side (Sticker) - Set 7344 - 2 Brick 2 x 2 with Pin
* 
BA84pb01R Stickered Assembly 2 x 4 x 1 with Gauges Pattern Model Right Side (Sticker) - Set 7344 - 2 Brick 2 x 2 with Pin
Parts: Sticker Over Assembly

  By the way, the stickered assemblies have to be renumbered in the near future
to get an extra 0.

Yes, that is correct. Good thing we didn't change them before when we added
BrickArms.

What does the BA here mean? Is it "brick assembly" or something similar?
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 Posted: Oct 28, 2019 12:14
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In Catalog, yorbrick writes:
  
  This will save you from "running over" a Left / Right pair, e.g.

 
Part No: BA84pb01L  Name: Stickered Assembly 2 x 4 x 1 with Gauges Pattern Model Left Side (Sticker) - Set 7344 - 2 Brick 2 x 2 with Pin
* 
BA84pb01L Stickered Assembly 2 x 4 x 1 with Gauges Pattern Model Left Side (Sticker) - Set 7344 - 2 Brick 2 x 2 with Pin
Parts: Sticker Over Assembly
 
Part No: BA84pb01R  Name: Stickered Assembly 2 x 4 x 1 with Gauges Pattern Model Right Side (Sticker) - Set 7344 - 2 Brick 2 x 2 with Pin
* 
BA84pb01R Stickered Assembly 2 x 4 x 1 with Gauges Pattern Model Right Side (Sticker) - Set 7344 - 2 Brick 2 x 2 with Pin
Parts: Sticker Over Assembly

  By the way, the stickered assemblies have to be renumbered in the near future
to get an extra 0.

Yes, that is correct. Good thing we didn't change them before when we added
BrickArms.

What does the BA here mean? Is it "brick assembly" or something similar?

Yes, "Brick Assembly"