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Dash cover mount snapped - B4

So... I noticed that the dash cover was sitting low. Low and behold the little plastic mount was broken. So I have used some epoxy resin (two tube mix stuff) to fix, but after a couple of days that broke again. Have now used some PVC cement... And have left that to set, but after about 20 hours or so, the weld still seems soft. Give it some more time?

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