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Version actuelle par : markus weiher ,

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The hot glue i know is totally unproblematic(i'm from germany - so i know only the stuff we have).
 
there is no chemical reaction like in superglue (that would be a big no-go on electronic devices) - it melts with heat and hardens when it cools down - so no problem at all. but keep in mind - there are different hot glue's on the market - some need only 80°C to melt - others need 200°C - so using a glue with a higher temperature ragnerange would be better than ones with the lower melting temperature
there is no chemical reaction like in superglue (that would be a big no-go on electronic devices) - it melts with heat and hardens when it cools down - so no problem at all. but keep in mind - there are different hot glue's on the market - some need only 80°C to melt - others need 200°C - so using a glue with a higher temperature ragnerange would be better than ones with the lower melting temperature

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Contribution d'origine par : markus weiher ,

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The hot glue i know is totally unproblematic(i'm from germany - so i know only the stuff we have).

there is no chemical reaction like in superglue (that would be a big no-go on electronic devices) - it melts with heat and hardens when it cools down - so no problem at all. but keep in mind - there are different hot glue's on the market - some need only 80°C to melt - others need 200°C - so using a glue with a higher temperature ragne would be better than ones with the lower melting temperature

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