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    Tangerine phase plug unglued

    I'm in the process of putting new diaphragms into my 808-8B's and one of the tangerine phase plugs has come unglued. What sort of adhesive does one use to remedy this situation?

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    Hi there,

    - Check out this thread on regluing tangerine phaseplugs .

    - A note; these days, moldyoldy posts ( as "bfish" ) almost exclusively over at Todds' Altec-Users-Board.

    - And Gary is MIA since Christmas .


    >< cheers

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    Thanks for your speedy reply Earl. I was thinking a two part epoxy would be the thing to use but thought it wise to double check.

    Thanks for the heads up on the Altec Users Board, I actually discovered this a few days ago and registered right away.

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    I used superglue. Simple.

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