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Question about sets instructions

Curious when you go to download sets instructions there are multiples. what's the difference?


  • plasmodiumplasmodium Member Posts: 1,956
    Sometimes there are multiple instruction books per set (one book is the first half of the set, the second is the second half and so on) and sometimes there are slight differences between the European and American instructions. (Not in the model itself, but the last couple of pages, where it shows the Lego club info, I think)
  • CCCCCC Member Posts: 20,555
    edited February 2013
    For printing on A4 and US paper sizes.
  • jeremy1973jeremy1973 Member Posts: 50
    thanks, I thought maybe there are mistakes in the instructions.
  • jeremy1973jeremy1973 Member Posts: 50
    Like set R2-D2 (10225) there are 3 books. lf you look at the download there 6 books.
  • HuwHuw Administrator Posts: 7,116
    Usually the names LEGO give them are subtly different but in the case of R2-D2 they are identical. It would be true to say that those with higher numbers will be revisions of those with lower numbers but the same desciption.
  • TwoRiderTwoRider Member Posts: 27
    On the free instructions for the build of the original ARC-170 fighter from 2005, page 8, step 14, shows the two pieces for that step as white 1 x 9 Technic beams. My original hard copy instruction booklet, though, (which I foolishly threw away a few years ago) showed those same two pieces as 1 x 10 white bricks with holes, and right now I'm looking at those two bricks on my floor and know they have to go with the ARC because all my other LEGO sets are bagged and catalogued. Which is right: the 1 x 9 beams or the 1 x 10 bricks?
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