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    The front portion on one of my RT800's is seperating from the wooden box. I can pull the top out about 1/4" but the bottom is still secure. What is the best way to fix this at a reasonable cost?
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    By front portition do you mean the plastic bezel? or actually the wood? if its the bezel you can tighten the screws with a allen wrench, if its the wood then it may be warped and hard to do without a good bit of wood working knowledge..
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    It is the wood, not pastic. It isn't warped, it is loose when you touch it and noticeable movement on sustained bass notes.
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    Put glue where it has come loose, wipe down the wood incase you get some on it - press it down, dont play music for a day - let it dry.
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    Originally posted by Vr3MxStyler2k3
    Put glue where it has come loose, wipe down the wood incase you get some on it - press it down, dont play music for a day - let it dry.
    I'd suggest using a pair of "Quick Clamps" (or equivilent) as well.
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    Originally posted by ken brydson
    I'd suggest using a pair of "Quick Clamps" (or equivilent) as well.
    ditto
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