Folks, I managed to break a component off of the PCB board of a pedal I have. I don't know whether it's a cap or a resistor or whatever. What I do know is that it wasn't soldered through the PCB. The pins don't come straight out of the component through the board to be soldered on the other side like most are. The pins coming out of the component look more like tabs, and are bent 90 degrees. In other words, they'd sit flush on the board instead of going through the board to receive solder. (I'm at work so no pics.) If that all makes sense, what I want to try and do is use some kind of adhesive to put the component back on the board. Soldering would not work here. (I don't think the component was soldered in the first place.) I understand there is electrically conductive adhesives out there. Anyone have experience using these? Any suggested brands and tips appreciated. The component itself is small - maybe a quarter the size of a pencil eraser for those old enough to remember pencils and erasers.