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help with my new convert top

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I just purchased a 2004 boxster and this is my thrid day of ownership and have encountered a problem already. Let me do my best to describe it. When my convertible top is closed there is a lining(i guess ucan call it that) in the inside of the top.( if you put ur hands up when the top is up, you can feel it). Well, where the latch is to close the top, the inner lining has separated from the rest of the convert top. Not much, but just in the middle. I thought it would be a relatively easy fix and snap it back in with the rest of the top but it won't stay. I guess you need kind of glue or sealant to hold the bottom liner into the rest of the top? The bottom liner and the rest of the top comes together right where the latch to close and open the top is. Can anyone tell me if they encountered the same problem and what I can do to fix it. Thanks Frank

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My guess is the glue was bad from the factory, which is why it manifest itself so quickly. Often is something is truly defective, it will become appearent quickly. Take it to the dealer and I'm sure they'll have it back to normal in no time.

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