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This 78 rpm has a piece broken cleanly out of it. How can I attach the piece so that I can play & tape the record and then put it away?

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The only way to do it is with superglue. You need to be very careful and apply it very lightly to the pieces possibily with a small sewing needle. Very fiddly work. I repeat tiny amounts of glue, otherwise they will cause a blob. You might need to test any glue on a record that has had it. Just to make certain the glue won't attack the plastic.

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