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Goonieboo

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I had sent you a message about my 2 canisters that I ordered. I cant reply to your message as it says my message contains spam. I'm trying to send you my PayPal info and address.
 

Ojobenito

Active Member
Hi markpoon . I've just recieved the canister today, but something's weird. One lid is kind of badly embedded into the canister, and the inner tube is not straight, but a bit diagonal, and misaligned with the hole on that lid. I don't want to "force" anything in case I can break it, as I don't know if there are glued pieces or not (it doesn't look so) so can you please tell me what's going on and how can I solve it?
Shipping box didn't arrived smashed at all, just a little dent on a corner, but I think that's for sure not enough to cause damage.
Thanks!

PS: It looks like the side opposite of the lid of the photo has the tube glued to the lid (which is also a little "off" the canister, it's not embedded but a little bit "ouside" of the canister), but there is no hole on that end. How am I supposed to place the plutonium bar and make it fall if one end of the tube doesn't have a hole in it? (canister4.jpeg photo)
 

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markpoon

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Hi markpoon . I've just recieved the canister today, but something's weird. One lid is kind of badly embedded into the canister, and the inner tube is not straight, but a bit diagonal, and misaligned with the hole on that lid. I don't want to "force" anything in case I can break it, as I don't know if there are glued pieces or not (it doesn't look so) so can you please tell me what's going on and how can I solve it?
Shipping box didn't arrived smashed at all, just a little dent on a corner, but I think that's for sure not enough to cause damage.
Thanks!

PS: It looks like the side opposite of the lid of the photo has the tube glued to the lid (which is also a little "off" the canister, it's not embedded but a little bit "ouside" of the canister), but there is no hole on that end. How am I supposed to place the plutonium bar and make it fall if one end of the tube doesn't have a hole in it? (canister4.jpeg photo)
hello Ojobenito,

there are 2 bottom plates included, one with hole for the rod to drop down (functional) & another without hole (static), the top lid is removable so you can pour water inside the main canister, maybe this video will help:

 

Ojobenito

Active Member
Hi again markpoon . That's ok, but my main problem is still there (my main concern was not the intercheangeable lid). The lid with the hole is completely embedded in a weird way, and I think it should have been flushed with the main cilinder but it isn't (please check 1st and 2nd photos), the hole is not alligned with the inner cilinder, and it's just not looking good.
I'm going to record a video of it so you can see it and give me some help..

Private message sent to you with the video markpoon , please check it out.
 
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Ojobenito

Active Member
Hi markpoon . Ok, the top lid came off as you said, but after placing it again evenly, not diagonal as it was, the inner cilinder is still misaligned. Not very clear in photos when looking at the canister from its side, but in person is quite clear that is a little bit leaned, not straight, and I can't re-align it because it keeps getting back to it's leaned position. It seems this has been glued leaned, enough so the plutonium rod won't fit :-(

EDIT: I've added a 4th photo with a ruler making a vertical line, so you can see the that the inner cilinder is indeed leaned, so I think it's a manufacture error. As I said, I can't align it, as it comes back to that leaned position on it's own.
 

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doriang

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EDIT: It seems that the problem I mentioned regarding my unit can be solved by slightly manipulating the cylinder. Now my fuel canister looks better. Hope the glue will hold it all together after that manipulation. Everything is fine for the moment, thanks!
 
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markpoon

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EDIT: It seems that the problem I mentioned regarding my unit can be solved by slightly manipulating the cylinder. Now my fuel canister looks better. Hope the glue will hold it all together after that manipulation. Everything is fine for the moment, thanks!
great news! thanks for sharing!
 

markpoon

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hi guys,

anyone else interested in our plutonium canisters?

they are $75 each, registered air-mail will cost $18 (10-18 working days delivery) or $27 DHL Express (3-5 working days delivery)

 

markpoon

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hi guys,

anyone else interested in our plutonium canisters?

they are $75 each, registered air-mail will cost $18 (10-18 working days delivery) or $27 DHL Express (3-5 working days delivery)

 

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