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stealgreg asks: Added Aug 29th 2008, ID #128400


How do I open the dore on dotted hole please help

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svabhi_444 answered:
Added 29th Aug 2008, ID #279720
Stand In front of it and use "CUT"
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Rangerman answered:
Added 30th Aug 2008, ID #279792
I believe you use the move cut on the door.

jared-285q answered:
Added 30th Aug 2008, ID #279818
Use cut and on the holes go up left right down
brendan749 answered:
Added 31st Aug 2008, ID #279883
Use cut on the door, go in drop down the hole and then go north, west, east then south or up, left, right then down

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