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Breaking apart a 5.25 bay res?

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I have a use for the thick acrylic on an old danger den 5.25" bay res, is it possible to melt the glue? I could cut it up but I would really rather just heat it until the glue melts if thats possible. I couldn't come up with anything using my google-fu, so if anyone has some insight into this it would be great.

Looks like this (if it matters): http://www.dangerden.com/store/dange...reservoir.html
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the solvent they use to make most bay res's actually makes it one solid piece, i wouldn't try to break it unless i wanted to get cut up, you can cut it about with a fine saw
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