If you have ever done any modifications to your Phantom you must have run into some sealers on connectors inside the equipment. I would NEVER, EVER, consider using anywhere what has been stated in this forum as the "Black Goo of Death" on a connector. But there are others that are much less dramatic and can be removed without much effort. One I have run into was white and very rubber like in nature. I know that hot melt glue does a job of securing things but there are places I would not want anything hot where I was working. Some connections should be secured with some type of sealant to keep them from disconnecting. Just wondering if anyone knows of a good liquid sealer that would dry and hold a connector in place that still is not too hard to get off if you need to remove it? . I can think of some, just wanted your thoughts.