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Hey gang! Love the forum and all the great advice and tidbits it brings! I am a new egger. 13 (but who's counting) sensational cooks so far spanning the food groups! Quick question... I just did a batch of my favorite chicken and inadvertantly dripped some sauce on sauce on the gasket while finishing. No big deal until this morning when I went to open the 'cold' egg the gasket had been glued together in a few spots where the sauce turned to epoxy causing the underlying gadget to pull away from the ceramic. Question is this, as the gasket is still in great shape, I would prefer to repair vs replace it. Is there an adhesive/process that is recammended for these sorts of 'spot' fixes?