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Broken abs plastic vent

I am attempting to repair an abs cowl vent panel and it has some distortion around the broken out guide pin. how can i restore the deformed area. should i do this before or after i use adhesive to piece it back together

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Heating the plastic with a hair dryer may make it piable enough to straighten the deformed area but be vary careful not to overheat the area because you may make the deformation worse. If it is ABS plastic you should be able to use abs cement for plumbing piping to glue any pieces back together. Best of luck on your project.

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R/V Series
See Figures 1, 2 and 3
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Fig. 1: Door hinge-R/V Series
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Fig. 2: Door hinge components-C/K Series

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Fig. 3: Removing the hinge spring


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