I am sorry that your LEGO toy 10241 has peeling
stickers. I have set up a replacement order for you but need you to provide the
below details. We will send out the stickers once we receive your
1.You full mailing address.
2.Manufacturing code. It's a code with two numbers, a letter and another number. This code lets us know when and where we packed your set. Having it can help us figure out what might’ve gone wrong and make sure this mistake doesn’t happen again.
The code is usually in one of two places:
•Printed on the clear plastic tape (seal) of the original packaging (larger boxes)
•Embossed on the box near the logo or the barcode
3.These pieces you need are based on a story and characters we didn’t create ourselves. Before we can send you the parts, we’ll need to get a number off the back of your instructions. This acts as your proof of purchase. It’s printed at the bottom of the back cover near the LEGO copyright information and begins with a 4 or 6.
This will be of a one time exception to it as retired models will not have its parts or stickers reproduce again and again over a period of time. Its lucky though that we still have this set of stickers to help you replace. Should this happen again, you can try asking us on it but we wont be able to promise you if the stickers or parts are in stocks.
The problem I have now is that he is in the middle of the East China Sea at the moment, and won't exactly be able to go home and look for it. Also considering how long ago he got it, and it being the only LEGO model he has, I'm not 100% sure he actually kept the box or the instructions.
So, the reason I'm posting here is because I was hoping that a fellow Bricksetter would have the same set, and be able to provide me with a manufacturing code and a number from the back of the instructions. I am not making this up, nor am I trying to make a quick buck by selling off the stickers to someone. Just trying to do something nice for a guy I really like, and it would be fun for us to rebuild it together when he gets back.
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