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#1 posted 01-08-2012 08:02 PM

Maybe I mixed things up by mentioning the other chair with broken brace.

The chair pictured doesn’t have the tenon broke it has just loosened up and I had to force it to get it that far out. I hope not to have to remove the brace on this chair as the other end is tight in the other leg. The rest of the chair is good and tight just this one legis loose. I saw somewhere else of a glue that was reported would take up the space and also hold good but can’t find my reference as to the kind or brand name.

With this new info would there be a diff or better way you would offer?

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