This one is a little difficult because I don't have many of the facts.
I have a 1984 turntable whose plastic hinges are slightly broken. After
cleaning with acetone, I tried epoxying plexiglass squares to the cracked
surface to act as a reinforcement. But the epoxy easily separated from both the
plexiglass and the plastic.
Do you have any idea what plastic would have been used in mid-fi Japanese
consumer electronics in those days?
Would contact cement be a better adhesive for this?
Are there just way too few available facts :)?
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