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    lego instructions
    mommyof3kiddos posted:
    Maybe some of you already know this but I just discovered you can download lego instruction books from their website. I bought DS a set this time last year and the book is no where to be found. Well I just checked their site and they have over 3000 instruction bookets available for download with sets dating back to 2002. You need to enter the code on the side of the bucket or there is a drop down menu for you to choose which set you have. It is really cool.

    Here is the site...
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    Iocasta responded:
    Yep we have used it before. Very helpful.
    msoy1 responded:
    We have used it as well; unfortunately, we can never get the entire book to download; it just usually locks up the computer. I guess I don't have enough RAM or something. Fortunately hubby only needs a picture after he builds it once. It has definitely saved us, more than once!!

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