Question about Meade Polaris 114EQ-D (36 x 114mm) Telescope
WITHOUT KNOWING EXACTLY WHAT AND WHERE THE BREAK IS, HERE IS A POSSIBLE SOLUTION. EPOXY IS AN EXTREAMLY GOOD BONDING AGENT FOR PUTTING TWO PIECES BACK TOGTHER, SECURELY. AN EPOXY PRODUCT CALLED "J-B WELD" WHICH COMES IN TWO  SMALL TUBES BOUGHT LOCALLY AT HARDWARE STORES CAN BE USED TO BOND THE TWO BROKEN PIECES BACK TOGETHER...FOREVER. FOLLOW THE DIRECTIONS FOR MIXING, APPLY TO PIECES, CLAMP TOGETHER PIECES AND LET LET OVERNIGHT. WIPE OFF/CLEAN EXCESS EPOXY BEFORE IT SETS UP. THE NEXT DAY, DRESS UP THE AREA AS NEEDED FOR LOOKS AND OR FUNCTION. HOPE THIS HELPS.
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
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