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    Okay to Glue Xenarc?

    I am in the process of creating my bezel and i was wondering if it was okay to glue the xenarc to the bezel. I ma basically gutted the Xenarc so the part that i will be gluing to the bezel (wooden) is the actual lcd (with the metal frame). Any other suggestions for securing it would be appreciated but the problem is that there is so little space that it is impossible to put any little brackets or anything else to hold it in place.

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    I suggest you glue something else that holds it in place physically. Bad idea to glue the actual electronics.
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    By the way, if you do glue it, don't use hot glue. Gets soft when the car gets hot.
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