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Please help with question regarding bricklink.com

whisperwill28whisperwill28 NevadaMember Posts: 11
Hi, I recently registered on that website. However when I click add to cart when attempting to buy something the button literally doesn't work or do anything when I click "Add to cart". Asking for insistence here kindly, because I trust you good folks. Thanks any help is greatly apreciated.

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  • natro220natro220 USAMember Posts: 540
    You have to put in the quantity of the part or whatever you are buying (should be a box right next to the item), then add to cart will add the quantity of the item to your cart.
    whisperwill28Bumblepants
  • whisperwill28whisperwill28 NevadaMember Posts: 11
    Yes that did it! Quick solution greatly appreciate you taking the time to help. Trying to get that one feedback required to start selling on bricklink. Because the ebay fees are killing me
  • bandit778bandit778 Docking Bay 94. Member Posts: 1,887
    edited February 2018
    This may sound like a stupid question but have you checked that the items are not in the cart at the top right hand corner of the sellers page? (Small green box) 
    If they are not in the store cart I cannot think why the items are not being added as even when not logged in you should be able to add items to your cart and will get notification (just under the box where you type in the number for the amount wanted) that they were successfully added to your basket or a red error notice if you have tried to put to many in the cart. (Have just tried both so I know they work).
    whisperwill28
  • whisperwill28whisperwill28 NevadaMember Posts: 11
    @bandit778 it was because I hadn't added a quantity. Figured it out :) Thanks for replying mate
  • bandit778bandit778 Docking Bay 94. Member Posts: 1,887
    Must refresh before posting. :/
    Glad you got it sorted.
    whisperwill28
  • AgentKallusAgentKallus England (South West)Member Posts: 10
    I'v got a bricklink question.

    Lots of sellers list shipping/postage by weight but how I am supposed to know how much a set weights?

    I fear I've missed something obvious, but any help would be appreciated. 
  • DeMontesDeMontes North YorkshireMember Posts: 474
    Often when you add a part or set to your basket the weight shows and will add up as your shopping continues. It’s a function to help you assess shipping costs although you could always ask for a quote.
    M_Boss
  • LobotLobot UKMember Posts: 918

    @AgentKallus - Check the set details in Bricklink as most weights are shown.

    For example 75182 is 395g:

    https://www.bricklink.com/v2/catalog/catalogitem.page?id=154929

  • AgentKallusAgentKallus England (South West)Member Posts: 10
    Thank you @Lobot and @DeMontes
    LobotDeMontes
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