How do I fix this..?

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  1. dbg

    dbg RAID Staff Staff Member

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    uploadfromtaptalk1371126733953.jpg

    So the rubber covering always peels off from inside the housing of the IEM. I can squeeze it back in but it comes out quite frequently.

    Any jugaad to fix this ?

    Some type of adhesive maybe... (?)
     
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    BANHAMMER Teh Almighty BanHammer Staff Member

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    Duct tape, if it is not fixing it, you are not using enough.
     
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    Too tiny for duct tape ..
     
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    BANHAMMER Teh Almighty BanHammer Staff Member

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    Scissors beat duct tape.
     
  5. dbg

    dbg RAID Staff Staff Member

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    Will look fugly on the black wiring ..

    Anything more elegant ?
     
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    BANHAMMER Teh Almighty BanHammer Staff Member

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    Semen glue.
     
  7. dbg

    dbg RAID Staff Staff Member

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    :truestory:
     
  8. WingZero

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    fevikwik didn't help??...
     
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    Didn't try it .. Was afraid it might damage it ?
     
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    technically shouldn't if you be careful. Only issue is application expertise.
     
  11. BkrevWlevqe

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    You didn't tag me? U wot m8?
     
  12. dbg

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    too much glue for u m8

     
  13. BkrevWlevqe

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    Can be done sans glue, you irate?
     
  14. dbg

    dbg RAID Staff Staff Member

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    Morpheus sez 'show me pls'
     
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    BkrevWlevqe RAIDer

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    Which earphone is that? Gimme name pl0s.
     
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    dbg RAID Staff Staff Member

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    Brainwavz M5
     
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    JD666 RAID Leader Staff Member

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    +1 to glue. Try with a tiny drop of fevicol.

    Dont worry it wont react with the plastic. Feviquik might.
     
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    dbg RAID Staff Staff Member

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    Fevicol might not be as clean .. =) its the last option if nothing else works.
     
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    Do what I said bru, I'm fawkin zeez prah I can't go wrong.
     
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    Take an oil pin or a paper clip and dip it in fevicol, and apply using that. Don't use your paws!
    --- Double Post Merged, Jun 13, 2013 ---
    And Fevicol dries to a completely transparent finish. So it won't be visible also.

    One plus point of fevicol is that it will keep things flexible, whereas feviquik likes everything rigid and stiff.
     

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