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Flash head tilting/rotating lockrelease button coming apart

The rubber flap over the flash head tilting/rotating lockrelease button on my Speedlight SB-600 is seperating from the unit. It appears that the glue holding it on is loosing it's grip. Rather than shipping it off for repair I want to glue it back into place. I am looking for a recommendation for the type of glue I should use. The existing glue looks like it might be rubber cement.

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Use a good contact cement but don't use super glue .

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