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    Quote Originally Posted by chessmaster View Post
    yeah and it's the sealer that you messed up on with the walmart super glue that is causing the vibration. At least from my observation.
    Whoa wait a minute I DIDN'T MESS ANYTHING UP WITH SUPER GLUE.....
    better check yourself.... I said super glue was fine for the spider....

    At this point I'm done with you I tried to offer good advise you seem to be over your head here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pitdogg2 View Post
    Whoa wait a minute I DIDN'T MESS ANYTHING UP WITH SUPER GLUE.....
    better check yourself.... I said super glue was fine for the spider....

    At this point I'm done with you I tried to offer good advise you seem to be over your head here.
    Agreed.

    chessmaster, re-read what I already told you....I explained exactly how to fix it. I do this for a living, so trust what I'm telling you....
    "It looks to me like the gasket and a portion of the rubber surround have lifted from the basket frame. If this is the case, and the remainder of the surround is still intact, it can be repaired, but you will need a solvent based cement specifically made for rubber: http://www.parts-express.com/pe/show...m_campaign=pla
    You'll need a small 1/4" artist's brush to get the glue spread out evenly, and make sure you get in the nooks and crannies. Also, make sure you apply enough glue to complete the entire area that's separated, pay particular attention to where the separation starts and ends. You want an air tight seal.
    This is based on the first set of photos."
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    Quote Originally Posted by chessmaster View Post
    whats the cardboard gasket?
    Quote Originally Posted by chessmaster View Post
    what should I use to bring up the surround? So I can use some contact cement to re-position it? I'm sure if I'm not care then the surround will be ripp off. Should I go to the store to peel this part off in the pic?
    the part you have pictured in this post is the cardboard gasket. i don't know why the pic didn't come through with the text.

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