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No, I don't need to know HOW to do it (found a how to video on you tube) but I'm just curious how it all turned out for everyone? Did anyone tie a knot and it didn't work, were the legs like new again, was it particularly difficult to fix? My Draculaura's legs are so loose that I can't even have her sit down without support or she will fall backwards!  Any feedback would be welcome, thanks!

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Cool, I'm just looking to alleviate my own fears. I've read on the youtube video some of the comments and there were some people complaining that the fix was too hard/didn't work. It looks pretty straight forward to me..just needed to hear someone say, it's okay..lol. Shoot, I just realized that I should have put this in the care/mod section, oops!

Not the same sort of repair, but I did repair one of my doll's legs that snapped off at the knee with (clear) superglue and am very pleased with the results.

Really??? My original Deuce leg has snapped at the knee as well...I got Mattel to send me another Deuce (DotD) but I couldn't bear to throw out my original so right now his leg is taped! I initially tried dollar store crazy glue which obviously didn't work, your comment now has renewed hope that he can be fixed (thinking of tiny drill and maybe a peg...like a sewing needle that's been clipped)....Thanks
Disco Voodoo Dolly said:

Not the same sort of repair, but I did repair one of my doll's legs that snapped off at the knee with (clear) superglue and am very pleased with the results.

Well I just put two broken legs on a doll using the elastic restringing method. It wasn't hard but one of the legs is looser than the other one. It is for my children so they shouldn't mind. At least I know it can be done now.

Barbara said:

Really??? My original Deuce leg has snapped at the knee as well...I got Mattel to send me another Deuce (DotD) but I couldn't bear to throw out my original so right now his leg is taped! I initially tried dollar store crazy glue which obviously didn't work, your comment now has renewed hope that he can be fixed (thinking of tiny drill and maybe a peg...like a sewing needle that's been clipped)....Thanks
Disco Voodoo Dolly said:

Not the same sort of repair, but I did repair one of my doll's legs that snapped off at the knee with (clear) superglue and am very pleased with the results.

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