Question about HP Office Equipment & Supplies
IT would be hard to find this part......but easier way to fix this problem is to do a plastic solder
Get a small piece of hard plastic....
Heat up your soldering iron....
Put the small piece of plastic as where the crack is and melt it down on the crack using the hot solder..
evenly press down this hard plastic over the cracks.... with the solder for neatness and for toughness
you can even put in a few staple pins bent across the crack and melt it in the plastic for more stronger bond
the wider the area you use the stronger it will be...
Do a few off hand practice for perfection
Hope this was of help
Posted on Nov 11, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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