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Old 03-29-2017, 06:47 PM   #1
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Adhesive for XM antenna?

On my last check on the roof, I noticed that the XM radio puck antenna on our fiberglass roof was loose (we do not use it but do not want to remove it). The cord is still sealed with Dicor self-leveling caulk. What is a good adhesive to reattach it?
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Double stick Eternabond tape cut to the size of the puck.
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Gorilla glue will adhere to most anything.
Just be aware that it expands greatly once cured
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Use a new piece of two sided tape and then seal the edges with Dicor. The Dicor won't affect the reception.
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