This is a guitar I posted here a while back about fixing a crack in the heel. The fix is holding but as I was playing it today I noticed another issue, not sure if it's new or just that I didn't notice it before: As you can hopefully see one corner of the bridge is lifting. Should I just get some glue in there and try to clamp it down somehow? (I think I used screws through the pin holes in the past) or does the entire bridge need to come off? I think it's lifted high enough that I can get some decent amount of glue in there. Which kind of glue? I'd assume generally PVA is good for this job but CA will probably wick better in there? Water diluted PVA? EDIT: Took tension off the strings and it's not coming back down. EDIT: Doing a bit of research it seems a common cause is the finish getting under the bridge in which case the bridge apparently should be removed, the finish underneath it removed, and the bridge reglued. What do folks here think?