First you have to identify what it is your sticking.
Thetford cassettes are PP =polypropylene. Just get an
adhesive that says "suitable for PP." Loctite make
a plastic adhesive that will stick PP. Simple.
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pipe will have a flange to give plenty of surface area to bond to the
large pipe. If it hasn't then plastic welding is the way to go. But
something has worked on it previously for a while. I wonder if someone
just hot glue gunned it with adhesive sticks. Araldite if built up to
form a fillet may work but it's not normally the best for PP. The SOG
connection is usually on the flat top surface of the cassette and
that has a flanged junction.
Just noted your other post, I imagine your first priority to be the
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Hi Lindsey. You could try UPVc SOLVENT WELD, it is a glue for plastics used in plumbing. You would have to clean off all the old stuff, and do it in the open air , it is quite pungent. any B+Q, Wickes etc would have it. There is usually a brush in the lid to apply it, and it is fast acting.
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I would personally weld it together using a hot powerful soldering iron. I fix all manner of items together using that method and carefully done is as strong as the original material. Gently run the molten plastics together by smearing the over each other. You can also cut a bit of scrap and add as a filler material.
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