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Old 12th May 2018, 5:09 pm   #1
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Default Ferguson 208ULdial plate fixing.

I'm working on a Ferguson 208UL cream-coloured Bakelite/Catalin cased midget set. The dial plate appears to be glued in to the cabinet at each end, and it has come adrift at one end. Any recommendations for gluing it back in?

Incidentally, the case seems to be in really good nick, with some heat discolouration inside above the dropper, but no sign of damage externally. I intend to convert it to a capacitive dropper to eliminate the risk of further heat damage.

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AG.
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