Use a long brick as lever, a smaller brick as wedge. Attach the wedge slightly towards the center of the lever. Plug the stuck brick to the space left free, in contact with the wedge. Apply diagonal force to release the stuck brick.
How do Legos stick together?
The tubes on the bottom interlock with the studs on top of other bricks. The studs get neatly wedged in between the tubes and the sides of every brick making them stick together firmly. The clutch power of LEGO® bricks has made it possible to create bigger and bigger sets without them falling apart.
Should I glue Legos?
While the evil Lord Business from THE LEGO® MOVIE™ is a big fan of gluing his models together, we don’t think it’s a good idea to use any type of glue on LEGO bricks. Gluing your bricks can make them change shape and we think it’s way more fun to be able to take your sets apart and rebuild them into something new!
Should I glue my Legos together?
However, as the opaque LEGO bricks are made from a styrene based plastic (ABS), most “Plastic Cement” or “Polystyrene Cement” glues should work to fix your parts together permanently (as these typically contain the same solvents as TLG use, i.e. MEK/Butanone).
Is it illegal to copy LEGO?
The LEGO Group owns the copyrights to its building instructions, publications and to the photographs used in our catalogs and on our packages. Copying, scanning and distributing these materials on the Internet would be an infringement of our copyrights.