Crossover question

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    andyoz

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    I am repairing a crossover in some PMC's that were damaged during transit. Three of the inductors have been ripped off the PCB, see photo.

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    What type of glue is used to glue these back on - is there a generic name for it?

    I already have the plastic ties that wrap around the inductor after glueing.

    Any help much apreciated.
     
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    Tenson Moderator

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    Simple hot glue should do.
     
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    Epoxy will do as a last resort ...but hot melt is the usual
     
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    Thanks, I should be able to find someone with a hot glue gun.

    Andy
     
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    OH dear solen & alcap caps as well :(
     
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    brizonbiovizier Honey Badger

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    Sounds fab! They really do make a quality crossover!
     
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    andyoz

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    Ha, ha....They're the least of my problems at the minute.

    Getting a bloody set of speakers delivered in one piece would be nice for a change.
     
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    I-S Good Evening.... Infidel

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    As already mentioned, hot melt glue is what's usually used. Zip-ties are also good for holding down heavy components.
     
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    Most of the time...
     
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    ha, ha...have you been drinking again?
     
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    Only orange juice! @_@
     
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