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Can't pick up or disassemble large low shelves

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When trying to disassemble or pick up any large low shelve, this weird things happens where it grows to double size temporarily.  And I can neither disassemble nor pick-up the furniture.

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This is probably because original shelf consists of two objects (two-tile shelf), but there is only one of them installed, probably for aestetics reasons. There are a couple places here and there where you can stumble upon this kind of objects.

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3 hours ago, Enoahe said:

This is probably because original shelf consists of two objects (two-tile shelf), but there is only one of them installed, probably for aestetics reasons. There are a couple places here and there where you can stumble upon this kind of objects.

Like in most houses I seem to enter. And I've never seen the large low shelves being a 2 piece item anywhere. Unfortunately, that means my current house has this one object I can't get rid of... Oh, well, I can always try to find a new place to build my perfect home...

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50 minutes ago, Greybear said:

Like in most houses I seem to enter. And I've never seen the large low shelves being a 2 piece item anywhere. Unfortunately, that means my current house has this one object I can't get rid of... Oh, well, I can always try to find a new place to build my perfect home...

 

you could always try destroying it with a sledgehammer.

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