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Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by dewey, Jan 7, 2001.

  1. dewey

    dewey Registered Member

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    My 87 jimmy interior is coming "unglued". I basically use epoxy for all of the trim pieces. On the back of the instrument panel is -what looks like- computer board like paper. This paper is peeling off the back of the instrument panel. Can I epoxy this too? The lights for the panel that twist in are not making or keeping on the contacts that are in the paper, so no lights...What do you guys say?

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  2. K5-Kowboy

    K5-Kowboy Registered Member

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    You could use super glue or an epoxy resin, but DON'T get any of it on the the solder runs or the contacts or you could lose the continuity of the runs. If you keep it on the green, you should be OK.

    [​IMG]<font color=blue> K-5 Kowboy </font color=blue>[​IMG]

    Go Through It or Go Over It....Going around is NOT an option.
     

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