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Replacing fairing on 2011 gsx1250fa motorcycle

The fairing on my Suzuki GSX1250FA motorcycle is coming apart on the top right side. Issue in on the inside. It looks like it needs to be snapped back into place, but if I try it does not stay shut tight. It comes apart again. Any ideas? Mark

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