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Hello,
I was wondering if anyone had a instruction manual for the AH-6 helicopter. I am trying to dismantle and put back in the original box. But in order to take apart, I need to remove one of the two missile carriers. It looks like they just snap onto the platform, but I do not want to pry to hard and break. Not sure if there are some tabs on the backside I am missing?

Thanks JR
 

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IIRC, there was not a manual or an instruction sheet for the assembly or disassembly of the AH-6 LITTLE BIRD. You assembled it using the parts and the picture references on the box.
 

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Hello,
I was wondering if anyone had a instruction manual for the AH-6 helicopter. I am trying to dismantle and put back in the original box. But in order to take apart, I need to remove one of the two missile carriers. It looks like they just snap onto the platform, but I do not want to pry to hard and break. Not sure if there are some tabs on the backside I am missing?

Thanks JR
Here you go:

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I have a an OH-6 Loach and it didn't come with instructions either.
 

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I'll tell you, when I took mine apart to paint ( sans instructions ) it challenged my disassembly skills to the max.
If I can ever get around to drilling the control panel for fiber optic cable, I can add my LED effects and put it back together.
Then I can post it finally.
 

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I'll tell you, when I took mine apart to paint ( sans instructions ) it challenged my disassembly skills to the max.
If I can ever get around to drilling the control panel for fiber optic cable, I can add my LED effects and put it back together.
Then I can post it finally.
I want to see that!!!
 

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I want to see that!!!
I seriously wish I could just use the LEDs directly, but the smallest I can work with are still too big for some of the locations on the panel. Luckily, the dollar store had some of thes collor changing fiber optic lights and I snipped the strands off for the Choppa. Now I just need a steady hand night and my tiny bits.
 
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