I think I may have made a bit of a mistake.
When attempting to fix the lasers in place to my v2.6 ROV, I used superglue to hold them in place as I was struggling to get a solid fix with Hot Glue.
The problem is that one of the lasers is fixed a bit too far forward and just rubs on the inside of the electronics tube.
It still fits (just), but it's marking the tube slightly if I change the angle of the camera. It will also presumably be adding a lot of resistance to the servo.
I've already stripped the gears of the standard servo and have upgraded to a metal gear version. I assume it's the laser that caused it.
So, what I need to do is remove the superglue, or loosen it enough so that I can move the laser.
I've tried cotton buds with nail polish remover (acetone), but so far it hasn't helped.
Does anyone have any better ideas for removing superglue, or should I just stick with the nail polish remover?