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The M-A ring is cracked. It can still be used in M and A mode, but the ring has to be rotated more gently now. Is there a way to repair the crack? I haven't seen spare parts anywhere to buy.

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    Timothy Lusk Oct 24, 2013

    Could an adhesive like superglue or epoxy work to secure the ring and allow it to function normally?

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Did you try ifixit? they do have free repair video's, free repair manuals and for lots of things they also do have spare parts.

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