Hello, this is not guitar related, but anyway (auto derailed thread by birth I suppose!), here it goes : I decided to fix some handle in my mom's 24 yr old Mazda 323, the one which is supposed to bring the seat down. I got some epoxy putty which my nephew forgot into the car all night. When I woke up it was measuring -2 Deg Celsius outside, and the putty was completely frozen. I managed to warm it up, I applied it but didn't perform the way I had thought. Has the freezing temperatures destroyed the epoxy putty? This one is supposed to contain some copper inside : www.mercola.gr/versions/eng/page.aspx?itemID=PPG160_1391 it is used for plumbing mostly.
According to the website, this stuff is, as you said, used to fix plumbing. I don't know how much of an effect the cold actually had, but it looks to me like it was the wrong stuff for the application to begin with.
Can you find the part in a junk\salvage yard?
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