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Fixing Princess Sparkles Fibre Optic Light?
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Scraleos
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PostPosted: 0    Post subject: Fixing Princess Sparkles Fibre Optic Light?

I don't have a picture, but my Princess Sparkle I rescued from a 50p bin at PonyCon still works, but her fibre optic bits are cut down to behind her crown... It would be so cool if I could fix her to her former glory! I already used Princess Celestia's cape to replace her lost one, so I love to know if I could fix her lights Smile

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PostPosted: 0    Post subject: Re: Fixing Princess Sparkles Fibre Optic Light?

Most fiber optics use silica monofilaments, which are pretty similar to a really heavy nylon fishing line, that sit directly over a light source. I don't have a Princess Sparkle to test, but I would pull out the old bundle of monofilament, bundle together some very short pieces of thick fishing line and stick it in there. Good luck!

*edited like 4 times because it's hard to be coherent at 5 a.m. Poke Tounge

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