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    Philipp commented  · 

    In the meantime consider glueing the two parts of the button together with a strong (but removable) adhesive.

    As a solvent I suggest using either Isopropyl Alcohol (that's the alcohol in rubbing wipes) or Acetone. When using the latter you may want to wear some 1-way cleaning gloves because prolonged exposure to Acetone isn't super nice to the fingers. This being said I know chemists who don't care and just handle it like water.

    You could also use hot glue the button to the wall and then to remove it use heat (and / or also the solvents mentioned above). However heat and electronics don't go that well together normally, so do that with caution.

    Out of all these options I'd go with Isopropyl (Isopropanol – same thing) alcohol. That stuff is generally safe for electronics and in fact used to clean up solder spots on PCBs.

    Hope this helps!

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