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Old 12th Apr 2013, 11:47 am   #1
telstar
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Default Loctite putty for small repairs

Hi. I have had two Bush DAC90A radios, where the cabinet has been damaged in small area under the dial glass (no the glass was not damaged). I have found that the Two-part putty that comes in a tub, and manufactured by Loctite, comes in very handy for small jobs like this. Afterwards, I used Revell gloss paint black and brown, mixed a small amount to cover the filled surface (will let you know the paint numbers that Revell use later).
I can not understand what folks do to damage the DAC90A cabinets in the space under the dial glass (must be carelessness).
Cheers
Mike
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