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Pill Clinton

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Fixing a vx1000 bayo
« on: June 07, 2017, 10:28:36 AM »
Anyone on here have experience taping/gluing their vx1000 bayo back on? I feel only taping it back on isn't strong enough but I'm weary to squeeze a bunch of glue all over my vx, im sure other people have done it though. Let me kno

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Re: Fixing a vx1000 bayo
« Reply #1 on: June 07, 2017, 01:04:08 PM »
Anyone on here have experience taping/gluing their vx1000 bayo back on? I feel only taping it back on isn't strong enough but I'm weary to squeeze a bunch of glue all over my vx, im sure other people have done it though. Let me kno

I have broken 2 bays off. And fixed both of them with tape. But the last one I fixed I first glued it with hot glue, very quickly and then taped it with duck tape and electrical tape. Just taping it isn't very safe. BUT if you do decide to glue it make sure you don't use a glue with any sort of fumes. Or else your lens will fog up and have this white shit all over it.

I used hot glue and it has held great. Just tape it up after and it works out good.
no super glue

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Re: Fixing a vx1000 bayo
« Reply #2 on: June 07, 2017, 01:32:00 PM »
If you have the funds just send it to Kerry @ Video Electronics