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Auber PID fixing problem

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I recently gave my son an almost new Silvia which I had modified with an even newer Auberins PID.

he reports that the 3M double sided tape holding the one to the other has somehow become denatured such that the ‘sponge’ sandwich element has parted company with the two adhesive strips on either side. In other words the PID box is hanging loose with the adhesive strips still stuck on the Silvia, and on the upper aspect of the Auberins box.

i installed the PID myself with an almost obsessive regard to detail and care. The wee box was rock firm when I gave it to him

Anyone heard of this happening before? Any ideas? I think he’s doing something wrong put can’t put my finger on it. We are Not near neighbours so I can’t pop round.

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