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Yes my Survivor came unglued....

 

The memory module pulled out of the metal case when I pulled it out of the computer USB slot.

 

Otherwise it seems to work fine and I'd like to continue to use it.

 

All idea on how I can reattach it. Like what kind of adhesive would work?

 

Otherwise this is by far the most robust USB case I've eve had, and I'd like to be able to continue to use it.

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Yes my Survivor came unglued....

 

The memory module pulled out of the metal case when I pulled it out of the computer USB slot.

 

Otherwise it seems to work fine and I'd like to continue to use it.

 

All idea on how I can reattach it. Like what kind of adhesive would work?

 

Otherwise this is by far the most robust USB case I've eve had, and I'd like to be able to continue to use it.

 

Sorry to hear that happened. I generally would recommend contacting our customer support team for a resolution, but if you simply want to just put the drive back together:

 

A light application of hot glue on the PCB of the drive (where the PCB meets the housing) might do the trick. Make sure to wipe off any excess that seeps out right away and then give it time to cool and cure after. That said, the housing is aluminum so it may or may not stick and I don't have any solid recommendations on alternative adhesives that would be safe to use for this particular application.

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