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Hey guys, one of the traces on my PCB has come loose from the PCB where the plug from the harness plugs in. I need to re-attach it. What should I use for adhesive?

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I would think that any good glue would suffice.
I wouldn't use something like model glue (Testers) because it melts plastic. A couple light dabs of SuperGlue in strategic spots should work.
You could even try 'painting' it down with clear nail polish.
Shoot that circuit with an Ohm meter just to make sure the trace didn't separate internally.

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dont use superglue. It has a corrosive effect that can cause you problems later. Use a two part epoxy, that's how we fix them for aircraft use.

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dont use superglue. It has a corrosive effect that can cause you problems later. Use a two part epoxy, that's how we fix them for aircraft use.
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Problem solved. Used epoxy and it works great. Thanks guys.

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Problem solved. Used epoxy and it works great. Thanks guys.
Got a name brand of the epoxy to use or just any type of epoxy? Does it have to or should it be clear?
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