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Joel L Huebner (at 9:39pm, Sun 14th Feb, 21)
looking for plans for knitting machines?
bob t (at 9:37am, Fri 18th Sep, 20)
Charlene (at 5:53am, Fri 18th Sep, 20)
Does anyone have the instruction booklet for the Meccano ferries wheel 8258?
Diane (at 12:21am, Sun 24th May, 20)
Hi there, we have a set from one of my older sons 0530 that he lost the instructions for. I can’t seem to locate it anywhere. Can someone please point me in the direction where I can find one please?
Rob T (at 8:40am, Sun 14th Jul, 19)
The first thing to do is wash everything in soapy water. You will be amazed how dirty the water gets (Yuck!) even after washing parts that look reasonably clean! Dry thoroughly!! Then use cheap furniture spray polish. There are many manuals in the Gallery, if you join the rust bucket section, you can chat, make friends all round the world, and learn a lot!!
Stedman (at 7:17am, Sun 14th Jul, 19)
I have been given a 1947? No.10? Meccano set in rather poor condition. Needs a good cleanup and a repaint job (very reluctant to repaint).Suggestions on how to remove light rust and other muck without too much damage to the paint surfaces.