I'd say it was a matter of reflashing the firmware, but I'm not too sure how you would do it. If you could somehow connect it to a PC (I assume it has USB support?) and acquire a copy of the firmware I could help you from there.
The instructions with my graphtech nut said not to use superglue, but to use wood glue. Me, thinking I new best, used superglue. When I came to take the nut out, I destroyed the whole shelf as the nut was bonded way to much. You dont want to irreversably bond the two surfaces, you simply want to keep the nut there.
Now, I learnt from this, and I have used standard wood glue with three of my guitars when installing the nut and I've had no problems. Apply glue liberally to surfaces and clamp in place tight. If glue oozes out of the joint, then good. Wipe away excess ooze and leave for 48 hours. Restring and problem solved.
This is what I was referring to when I mentioned wood glue over superglue.
Listen to Albino Rhino though, I'm sure he knows a lot more about this than I do. I'll just stick to my way
What's the difference between a Two way switch to a three way switch? I think I need a two way switch.
It's how many functions the switch has. Like a simple on/off or coil split/not split is just a two way as there are only two ways the switch can go. Same thing for a 3 way except obviously there's a third option.
if you dont want to break it, i would think that a carefull hand amd a syringe full of glue should do the trick (and clamps ect)
you aint got nothing to lose if you allready got insurance and got a new guitar...
If you choose to do it this way you still need to pull the split wider to inject the titebond. By breaking it off and gluing it you can ensure a good layer (lost for words at the moment). This could also help your glue avoid the truss route.
I guess if you were good with a syringe. I just know that I'd accidentally squeeze too hard or something and pump the truss rod with it.
You would have to remove the frets then put the inlays in so you can sand the inlays flush with the radius of the fretboard. After that you have to put some frets back into it. I wouldn't do it as your first project but it's your call.
Alternatively I've seen those stick on inlays that appear to be effective, I've never used them though.