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Discussion in 'Action Figures' started by agger_rob, Dec 18, 2003.

  1. agger_rob

    agger_rob New Member

    Hey, i got my first action figure today and it's great! Gonzo and Camilla. But I have one question, is Gonzo's hand supposed to move at the wrist on the left? He moves at the wrist on the right, but I don't think his left is moving. I don't want to force it, just curious. Besides that, the figure is FANTASTIC!
  2. jediX

    jediX Active Member

    Oh, that's very common with many figures. I couldn't bend my Clifford's elbow but ended up having to force it and it works fine now. I'm sure it's just stuck.
  3. jediX

    jediX Active Member

    Oh, and if you do end up forcing it, heh, be careful.
  4. Fozzie Bear

    Fozzie Bear Well-Known Member

    I think you can put some hot air on it from a blow dryer and work it lightly back and forth, push it in and pull it out gently, until it comes loose.

    Keyword: SOME hot air; not a lot.
  5. Stryder Wolfe

    Stryder Wolfe New Member

    actually, you don't even need hot air...ken recommended to release stuck joints, pull on the hand, then twist a bit, then push it in and twist, etc...repeat gently until the wrist turns...
  6. agger_rob

    agger_rob New Member

    Thanks for the tips. I finally got it to move. I think it probably had to do with it being out in the cold UPS truck for so long. The package actually fogged up when I took it out of the box.

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