|Aug 20, 2008, 04:26 PM||#1|
Chipped iBook, best way to fix?
My beloved iBook G4 had an unfortunate fall, which knocked a small rectangular chip of plastic from the bottom left corner. This has left the inside of the computer exposed, so I need to fix it ASAP. I still have the missing chip of plastic - any suggestions for the best type of glue to use, or other fixes?
Thanks very much in advance!
|Aug 21, 2008, 01:13 PM||#8|
KrazyGlue or you could use some clear 5 minute epoxy VERY SPARINGLY.
You are lucky those iBooks are slightly more beefy in the plastic housing than their Macbook counterparts.
|Aug 21, 2008, 04:03 PM||#9|
yea, glue should do the trick, just use a fine nozzle. if i dropped my macbook, ... *shudder* more than a chip of plastic will fall off. the ibooks were slightly of a thicker build, the macbook is thinner..
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