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    Default Ummmmm Yeah Welllllll

    IIIIII accidentally glued one of the arms to my Arizona ez fletcher so it is now in the up position what can I do to release it?
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    get a hammer??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Southernfryedyankee View Post
    IIIIII accidentally glued one of the arms to my Arizona ez fletcher so it is now in the up position what can I do to release it?
    Run some hot water in a sink and throw it in there
    Take it out and spray some WD-40 on it.
    And stop playing with the glue
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    Hobby shop and get some C+ glue release or remover.
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    Sorry I had to do it..... Try working some acetone in around the glued area...
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    Quote Originally Posted by bullfiddle View Post
    Sorry I had to do it..... Try working some acetone in around the glued area...
    WE dont need pic's of that unless he got it stuck to his forehead or something
    then we really need a pic

    Ha Gas will unglue anything, But take it outside and dont smoke while your doing it
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    I am thinking this is deffinately gonna leave a mark...
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    Wait, The Arizona EZ is plastic ?
    If it is dont use gas or anything to get the glue off it might melt
    Just throw it in the sink with hot water it should come apart
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    CA+ remover. It will not harm the plasic I think. It is made to unglue the super glue.
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    Quote Originally Posted by QSA View Post
    CA+ remover. It will not harm the plasic I think. It is made to unglue the super glue.
    I agree.............


    Do not use ACETONE......very bad idea.


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    most fletching glue is pretty brittle when it dries. pop it loose gently with a screwdriver and scrape off the excess glue....

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    I miss read the first post.... I thought he said he glued his arm to the fletcher....
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    Oh man that makes my head hurt. Soaked mine in hot water then gradually worked at the glue with the point of a knife and or a dentistry pick if you've got one.
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