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I have had the same problem with sl600 surrounds and sl6SI surrounds. I have obtained several types of flexoble polymer ashesive from the hardware store and done some experiments with each one to determine their flexiblity and other properties. Several worked fine, using a fine artists paint brush applying very small quantities to the tears between the two types of surround material. I first tried ordinary latex, which worked fine but looked unsightly.